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Quote1 Learned a lot of tricks in the asylum, darling. Quote2
-- Marianne Rodgers

Appearing in "Psi-Fi"Edit

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Synopsis for "Psi-Fi"Edit

Three recent murders having taken place in Avengers Mansion, Tony Stark and Hank Pym attempt to breach the mysterious door in the basement that the killer was seen to escape through. Their efforts are unsuccessful. They are unaware that Marianne Rodgers is hiding upstairs in the supposedly evacuated building. They call it quits, and Stark says he'll go through the security footage later.

Meanwhile Suzi Endo's arrival at Los Angeles International Airport is secretly observed by Cybermancer. Stark calls Moonraker at Force Works to set up a meeting, then calls the Avengers, currently based at the Wasp's estate. He updates Hercules about the door. Hercules mentions being warned about something by a mystery blonde woman (a teenaged Luna), and Stark is shaken by the possibility it is the blonde he saw during his recent blackout. Stark abruptly ends the call.

Stark reviews security footage and discovers that he's the killer, and as he freaks out he suffers another blackout. He comes to in Hank's room, next to Hank's recently murdered body, and moments later is attacked by Marianne Rodgers; she tells him that her developing psychic powers have not been what drove her insane, but rather telepathic contact with the black stain inside him. She chases Stark through the mansion but as she corners him, she is stopped by the interfering Masque. Later, Hanks Pym awakes, unscathed, to find the mansion empty.

  • This issue contains a letters page, Printed Circuits. Letters are published from Olav Beemer, Nathan Callicoat, Rodrigo Salvador, and Jason M. Stone.
  • The Crossing continues in Avengers #392
  • This issue is reprinted in other comics and books, see references for more info.[1]


  • No trivia.


See AlsoEdit


The Crossing
Prelude I: Iron Man #319 Prelude II: Avengers #390 Part I: Avengers:The Crossing Part II: Iron Man #320 Part III: Force Works #16
Part IV: Avengers #391 Part V: Iron Man #321 Part VI: Avengers #392 Part VII: Force Works #17 Part VIII: War Machine #20
Part IX: Iron Man #322 Part X: Force Works #18 Part XI: War Machine #21 Part XII: Iron Man #323 Part XIII: Avengers #393
Part XIV: Force Works #19 Part XV: War Machine #22 Part XVI: Iron Man #324 Part XVII: Force Works #20 Part XVIII: Avengers #394
Part XIX: Avengers: Timeslide Part XX: War Machine #23 Part XXI: Iron Man #325 Part XXII: Avengers #395 Aftermath: Age of Innocence - The Rebirth of Iron Man
The Crossing



Footnotes

  1. This story is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:



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