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Appearing in "Having a Wild Weekend (Part 6) - Keep the Fire Burning"Edit
Synopsis for "Having a Wild Weekend (Part 6) - Keep the Fire Burning"Edit
As Rachel Summers awakes, she finds herself in a room filled with flames. As she turns, she sees a mirror, that shows her body crumple away to dust. It then shows her Katherine Pryde, of her alternate future, standing before her. She accuses Rachel of abandoning her, and she watches as she dies again, but Rachel shouts, as that wasn’t how she died, in fact, she was still alive when Rachel left. Rachel smashes the mirror, and steps through the frame to find herself in another room, but one that is pitch black.
At the same time, Kitty, Meggan and Nightcrawler enter Kitty’s room, where they find Rochester still sleeping where she left him. She tells them she is going to reprogram him so that he can break into the areas where Excalibur are being held that she can’t reach.
As Rachel allows the Phoenix aura to light the room, she sees her mother, Jean Grey, appear to her. But this is not Jean Grey, but the Dark Phoenix. As she attacks, she morphs into Darth Vader, while Rachel becomes dressed like Luke Skywalker, both holding lightsabers. She swings hers, and Darth Vader disappears. In its place, a yellow bird in a suit, calling itself Tweedie, appears. It tries to kill her, but at that moment, Rochester, carrying Excalibur, breaks into the room and swallows Tweedie. Suddenly, Rochester begins to malfunction, and Kitty phases the team just as he explodes. As Excalibur group together, Kitty tells them her plan…
Appearing in "Panther's Quest (Part 24) - Opponents"Edit
- Unnamed soldiers
Synopsis for "Panther's Quest (Part 24) - Opponents"Edit
As the dog charges towards him, Black Panther struggles with the trap he is caught in. As the dog draws nearer, he continues to struggle, and his fingers keep slipping. With the dog moments away, he manages to free himself, and throws himself back as the dog dives for him. As the dog rounds for another attack, he uses the trap to kill the dog. Soldiers, hearing that the noise has stopped, think the dog has killed him, come to collect the body, but he drops on them from above and knocks them out. Finally, the house is ahead of him, and he has no choice but to dash across the tennis court. One of the Magistrate’s henchmen appears, and starts to attack him, and their fight takes them across the tennis court and onto the patio. But s they fight, Black Panther is caught by the henchman, who prepares to kill him.
Appearing in "Encounter in the Alley of Death"Edit
- Unnamed homeless people
- Unnamed criminals
Synopsis for "Encounter in the Alley of Death"Edit
As a lady is attacked in a New York alleyway, Hellcat drops silently from above. She lands on the first man, but before she can get to the other two, one kills the lady and they dash into the night. She cradles the lady, before searching her bag and finding that she was an undercover policewoman. As the police arrive, they order her to freeze, but she springs onto the roof of the building with the bag and dashes over the rooftop. The policewoman had bugged someone, and Hellcat knows that they probably had something to do with the lady’s death. The receiver picks up a signal outside a pharmaceutical lab, and as she listens, she finds that one of the researchers, Dr Bartley is using the lab by night to make illegal street drugs. She swings in through the skylight, and begins her attack, before Dr Bartley threatens to kill his workers. Hellcat allows herself to be tied up, but using a box of matches she found in the lady’s bag, she lights a fire in the waste paper bin, that sets off the sprinklers and burns through her rope. She uses the opportunity to escape, and kicking over a vat of chemicals, she accidentally sets the lab on fire. She helps evacuate the workers, and outside, the Police arrive and arrest the Dr and his henchmen, while Hellcat escapes into the night.
- One of the few issues of this series to feature fewer than four stories.
- "Having a Wild Weekend" continues the trend from the last two issues with a parodied character from "The Wizard of Oz."
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