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in: Comics, 1993, 1993, March Modern-Age, Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1, Tom DeFalco/Editor-in-Chief, James Fry/Cover Artist, Christopher Ivy/Cover Artist, P. Karounos/Cover Artist, Jimmy Palmiotti/Cover Artist, Scott Lobdell/Writer, Dennis Jensen/Penciler, Jonathan Holdredge/Inker, Kelly Corvese/Colourist, Ul Higgins/Letterer, Terry Kavanagh/Editor, Kelly Corvese/Writer, Dave Hoover/Penciler, Robert Campanella/Inker, Ann Nocenti/Writer, Steve Lightle/Penciler, Jimmy Palmiotti/Inker, Michael Thomas/Colourist, Michael Higgins/Letterer, Eric Fein/Writer, Mark Bagley/Penciler, Carl Potts/Inker, Pat Garrahy/Colourist, Diana Albers/Letterer, James Howlett (Earth-616)/Appearances, Lynx (Earth-616)/Appearances, Hans Middlestadt (Earth-616)/Appearances, Alain Racine (Earth-616)/Appearances, New York State/Appearances, Jennifer Walters (Earth-616)/Appearances, Purple Hayes (Earth-616)/Appearances, Louise Grant (Earth-616)/Appearances, Adrian Lynn (Earth-616)/Appearances, Manhattan/Appearances, Hayes Manor/Appearances, Visigoth (Massachusetts)/Appearances, Mary Walker (Earth-616)/Appearances, Daniel Ketch (Earth-616)/Appearances, James Bourne (Earth-616)/Appearances, Luis Alvarez (Earth-616)/Appearances

Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 124

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Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 124

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Appearing in "Passion Play (Part 2) - Heat Lightning"Edit

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Synopsis for "Passion Play (Part 2) - Heat Lightning"Edit

Lynx attacks the courier, but he knocks her out, and puts her in his van, driving off as he aims to take her to Berlin. As he drives, he is forced to pull over due to a fallen tree, where Wolverine attacks as he steps out. As they fight, the Courier is tired out as he misses Wolverine, and convinces Wolverine to spare him, and that Lynx is a danger to everyone on the planet. They agree to work together, but returning to the Van, Lynx has vanished, taken by the Peregrine, who loads her into a plane.

Appearing in "Adrenazon's Revenge (Part 2) - Deadly Ringer"Edit

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Synopsis for "Adrenazon's Revenge (Part 2) - Deadly Ringer"Edit

Adrenazon causes chaos in the streets as she picks up a car. The Sensational She-Hulk dives at her, but Adrenazon knocks her into an abandoned warehouse, where, as they fight, Adrenazon explains why she is framing the Sensational She-Hulk. Jennifer once prosecuted Michael Lynn for drink driving after he killed 3 people, including his son, in a crash, and made his wife Adrian disabled. At the hospital, Adrian met Doctor Stopplemoor who carried out human trials of his Adrenalin serum on her and found that his serum could restore her ability to walk. However, she increased the dosage, which gave her superhuman strength as well. When he found out, she killed him and framed the Sensational She-Hulk using green paint and a wig. Though the Sensational She-Hulk protests, saying Michael was an Alcoholic, Adrenazon refuses to believe her, and knocks her out, where the police come and imprison her in a superhuman prison, the Tombs.

Meanwhile, Nosferata tells Weezi of her findings, that prolonged use of the serum causes mental breakdown and eventual death. Hearing about Jen, they return to New York, and Nosferata drops Weezi back at the apartment on the way. However, as she goes inside, she finds Adrenazon, who is succumbing to the effects of the serum, and now believes she is the Sensational She-Hulk.

Appearing in "The Walking Wounded (Part 2) - Stir the Soup"Edit

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As Typhoid grows dominant, Mary holds it together, and helps her colleagues pack up the stall. But the Mall shuts, and as she tries to get the van, she is attacked by the Security Guards. Typhoid Mary emerges and kills 2 of them, injuring the other. Dan sees this, and the Ghost Rider emerges, and recognising her from his dream, uses his penance stare. A Priest, seeing this, tries to make him stop, but he keeps staring…

Appearing in "Death Flight"Edit

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A dead man is dumped onto the tarmac from a plane hijacked by the La Tarantula and his mercenaries. Solo teleports on to stop them, but it is a trap set just for him, as revenge for his earlier work against La Tarantula, who injects him with a venom to subdue him. The plane takes off, as they plan to kidnap him. He plays along, but he produced an antivenom, which although not totally effective, allows him to fight off the mercenaries and kick La Tarantula from the plane. Another mercenary kills the pilots and parachutes out, meeting La Tarantula on the ground, who has a parachute in his suit. Solo gets the hostages to parachute from the plane, and teleports out before it crashes.

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