A large automaton, closely resembling Niero's alter ego, is destroying downtown Destructoid City. Jim Sterling, along with Cybernetic Tiger Z come to the conclusion the Niero is being framed. Unable to take on the giant robot themselves, CTZ call in the help of the almighty RetroforceGO!, a crack team of individuals whose skills were honed during the old school era, when games were unforgiving ... and near impossible.
Panel 1: CTZ says "It could be Bernard, Crecente, or any number of people really. First things first, we should find Niero and get that thing back under his control"
The other is the Sharkmobile. It's like the bike from Dark Knight only with a big ol shark head where the front headlight is.
I had a little trouble with this one. I did try to get the scene with Jim and CTZ's vehicles in, but the page was way too squashed. Unfortunately, I had to omit it and just use the RetroforceGO! introduction.
Panel 3: Hamza turns on the comm screen on the bike "Retroforce? Do you copy?"
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