Appearing in "Save the Tiger" (Part IV of X) - The OrdealEdit
Synopsis for "Save the Tiger" (Part IV of X) - The OrdealEdit
Wolverine has been taken to Roche's abattoir. Sapphire Styx and Roche's inquisitor torture Wolverine in an effort to learn the identity of the Tiger. But Wolverine tells them nothing. They leave him be with the intention of resuming their interrogation the following morning.
Wolverine pops his claws and frees himself and stumbles outside into the jungle. But Razorfist is there waiting for him. Wolverine is still too weakened from Sapphire's kiss to put up much of a fight. Razorfist skewers him and throws him off a waterfall.
Back at the Princess Bar, Jessan Hoan arrives to consult with O'Donnell.
Appearing in "Elements of Terror" (Part IV of XII) - Rage and DesignEdit
Synopsis for "Elements of Terror" (Part IV of XII) - Rage and DesignEdit
Mickey Ditillio arrives in Florida and meets up with Zahner and Montiero. The two mercenaries take Mickey back to their new safe house at gunpoint. Once there, Mickey tries to escape into the swamp.
In Maryland, Colonel Jody Choate consults with his lawyer. He intends on confessing to being the sole official responsible for the diversion of funds, which helped to establish the Freedom Science Studies Institute. He plans on using the televised confession before the Senate committee to endear him to the American public.
At FSSI, Wilbur Wycombe is put through a horrific battery of tests. He is to be the new template for an experimental Super Soldier process. Wycombe goes insane and breaks free from the lab. His body then explodes into large chunks of bloody pieces.
Back in Casagata, Florida, Zahner returns to the safe-house to find his agent, Demon with the Man-Thing. Zahner tries to exert his muscle over Demon, but she establishes that so long as she commands the Man-Thing's loyalty – it is she who is truly in charge of the situation.
Appearing in "Crossing Lines" (Part IV of VIII) - WaterEdit
- Argus (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Crossing Lines" (Part IV of VIII) - WaterEdit
Black Jack and Clive talk to Shang-Chi about Argus, the international arms dealer who is orchestrating the unification of the world's most foremost terrorist cells. Shang has no interest in the agents' plans to take Argus down. He only wants to find Leiko.
Shang makes contact with an old rival, Shen Kuei – the Cat. Knowing that Shen was once in love with Leiko as well, he knows that he will aid him in finding her. Black Jack and Clive meet Shang and Shen on Shen's junk to discuss their battle strategies.
Meanwhile, Argus continues to torture Leiko. By sending the hand, he is attempting to scare Shang-Chi and the others off his scent. Leiko tries to escape and kicks Argus in the crotch. But Argus subdues her.
Back on the junk, Black Jack tells Shang and Shen that they are to infiltrate the Yakuza and partake in an arms deal, which will hopefully lead them directly to the location where the unification meeting is to be held. Neither martial artist is thrilled about this plan.
As the four men exit the junk at the harbor, the small boat explodes in a ball of fire.
Appearing in "Silent Thunder"Edit
- Fear Eater (Death)
Synopsis for "Silent Thunder"Edit
The Fear Eater attacks Thor and forces him to believe that he will one day die peacefully while all his comrades enjoy the glory of battle at Ragnarok. Rather than give in to fear however, Thor merely resigns himself to his fate. The Fear Eater leaves his body. On the brink of starvation, the Fear Eater then leaps into the body of Daredevil. But as Daredevil is the "man without fear", he unconsciously expels the Fear Eater who then dies of starvation.
- The "Save the Tiger" vignette from this issue is reprinted in the Wolverine: Save the Tiger! and Marvel Comics Presents: Wolverine trade paperbacks.
- The Cat appeared last in Master of Kung Fu #105. The Cat is not to be confused with Greer Grant-Nelson, who briefly assumed the name before becoming the hero known as Tigra.
- Contains flashback imagery of: Balder, Odin, Hela, Surtur, Sif, Beta Ray Bill, the Avengers and the Warriors Three.
- Contains flashback imagery of the Silver Surfer, the Captain and the Thing from issue numbers 1-3 respectively.
- No trivia.
- Man-Thing (Volume 1)
- Man-Thing (Volume 2)
- Man-Thing (Volume 3)
- Man-Thing (Volume 4)
- Master of Kung Fu
- Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu
- Thor (Volume 1)
- Thor (Volume 2)
- Wolverine (Volume 1)
- Wolverine (Volume 2)
- Wolverine: Origins
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