Dork Storm Press
Zodon, the hoverchair-bound boy genius, is recruiting. He wants to lead a team into an alternate universe to rescue someone, though he's reluctant to say who, before Victor Von Fogg uses that universe to fuel one of his newest inventions.
But first, team Zodon has to break into Herschel Clay's company, Clay Industries, where Zodon's dimensional portal equipment was taken for study years ago. Complicating matters, Herschel is there as well, discovering that some of his own inventions have gone missing!
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