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An Earth cop, trapped on another world, fights crime with talking, magical gauntlets.

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When Corporal Vile creates anarchy in the kingdom with a frozen eclipse, Apollo must work with Dr. Benign to stop it.
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Prince Eros returns, threatening to steal Apollo Gauntlet's position as local hero, and his brother's claim to the throne.
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Trapped on another world, an Earth cop fights crime after acquiring talking magical gauntlets.
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Apollo finally has the opportunity to return to Earth, but before leaving, he risks everything by visiting Daphne to convince her to follow her true destiny.
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Apollo and friends go on a camping vacation to relax, but stumble upon the rituals of an evil cult.
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Apollo uncovers a plot to assassinate the royal family while at a fancy dinner party at Castle Bellenus.

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