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  1. Z-pak(Noun)

    A package of six pills, each one containing 250 mg of the antibacterial azithromycin.

    The pills in a Z-pak are to be taken as follows: ingest two pills on the first day, at the same time, then ingest one pill a day for the next four days.

  2. Origin: Initial of Zithromax (Pfizer's proprietary name for azithromycin) and pack.

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  1. Patrick Colligan:

    Comic books are taking on social issues lately and maybe Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder should get back to taking on superheroes and making people laugh.

  2. Dimitrios Fragiskatos:

    I think for( Pak and Kuder), having read Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder works prior, it never seems like a gimmick. It ’s very much them wanting to tell a fresh new story. After 5,000 issues, it's hard to keep [ stories ] fresh.

  3. Dimitrios Fragiskatos:

    I think for( Pak and Kuder), having read Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder works prior, it never seems like a gimmick. It ’s very much them wanting to tell a fresh new story. After 5,000 issues, it's hard to keep [ stories ] fresh.... Unless you use current events it's hard to tell stories.

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