New DNAgents (1985 series) #07-12 + 3-D Special [SET] — Volume 02: The Cold Light of Day

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Matrix, Inc. had long wanted to own everything, including its employees.

Five years after the project began, the company was about to get its wish.

They are the DNAgents, a unique group of people whose DNA had been subtly altered by the company, and “grown” from scratch.

These alterations gave them special powers—powers that Matrix intended to use to their fullest.

While Tank tries to act and be human, the other DNAgents have to deal with a deadly intruder!

Rainbow teaches Surge a lesson in humility!

Venimus uses Sham's energy to create creatures that stalk and strike and the  DNAgents!

The tale of Lucius Krell's wife and Angela Krell's mother is revealed!

An Investigative television reporter sets out to prove that the DNAgents don't exist and are nothing more than a corporate hoax!

And in the  "Summer Fun Issue," each DNAgent's day is told an individual chapter!

 

 

Collecting issues #7-12 Plus the 3-D Special #1.

 

 

The New DNAgents (1985 series) #7
By Mark Evanier & Mitch Schauer / Willie Blyberg. 
"Passing for Human" 
While Tank tries to act and be human, the other DNAgents have to deal with a deadly intruder and his weapon called Schlamm.
The New DNAgents (1985 series) #8
By Mark Evanier & Mitch Schauer / Dan Spiegle / Willie Blyberg. 
"Where Did My World Go?"
While Rainbow teaches Surge a lesson in humility and Sham struggles with his problems and he and Amber try to deal with a powerful foe!
The New DNAgents (1985 series) #9
By Mark Evanier & Mitch Schauer / Willie Blyberg. 
"Monster Reich"
Venimus uses Sham's energy to create creatures that stalk and strike and the other DNAgents try to stop them and rescue Sham.
The New DNAgents (1985 series) #10
By Mark Evanier & Mike Sekowsky / Dennis Jensen. 
"Marla"
The tale of Lucius Krell's wife and Angela Krell's mother is revealed.
The New DNAgents (1985 series) #11
By Mark Evanier & Rick Hoberg / Willie Blyberg. 
"Summer Fun Issue" 
Billed as a "Summer Fun Issue," each DNAgent's day is told an individual chapter: "Surge" by Mark Evanier & Rick Hoberg / Willie Blyberg, "Amber" by Mark Evanier & Richard Howell / Willie Blyberg, "Tank" by Mark Evanier & Chuck Patton / Willie Blyberg, "Sham" by Mark Evanier & Dennis Jensen / Willie Blyberg and "Rainbow" by Mark Evanier & Dan Spiegle.
The New DNAgents (1985 series) #12
By Mark Evanier & Mitch Schauer / Willie Blyberg. 
"Secrets of the DNAgents" 
Investigative television reporter sets out to prove that the DNAgents don't exist and are nothing more than a corporate hoax.
The New DNAgents Three-Dimensional Special (1986 one-shot) #1
By Mark Evanier & Various Artists. 
"Deep Dreams"  
Matrix, Inc. had long wanted to own everything, including its employees. Five years after the project began, the company was about to get its wish. They were called the DNAgents, a unique group of people whose DNA had been subtly altered by the company, and “grown” from scratch. These alterations gave them special powers—powers that Matrix intended to use to their fullest.
Includes 3-D Glasses