McDull has no black mask or red underwear, and certainly not supernatural powers. One day, an outerspace monster invades the Earth and makes mincemeat of the superhero sent to meet him. Now the responsibility of saving the Earth falls squarely on the shoulders of Mcdull and Risopot. Can they really save our planet? And the outerspace monster, why does he time and again invade the Earth?
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