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Appearing in "Save the Tiger (Part VIII of X) - The Fight"Edit

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Synopsis for "Save the Tiger (Part VIII of X) - The Fight"Edit

Wolverine and Jessan Hoan sneak into Roche's walled compound. Wolverine decides to take the more direct route allowing Jessan the ability to sneak in the back way. Roche’s Dobermans sniff out Wolverine's scent, but he scares them off. Unfortunately, the noise brings Roche's henchmen to bear. Wolverine fights with the gun-toting goons while Jessan succeeds in infiltrating the compound.

She finds O'Donnell who has been tortured mercilessly. Bursting into the room she shoots Sapphire Styx. But the Inquisitor comes up behind her and snakes his whip around her neck.

Outside, Wolverine runs directly into Razorfist. Razorfist is ready for round two.

Appearing in "Elements of Terror (Part VIII of XII) - Prisoners"Edit

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Synopsis for "Elements of Terror (Part VIII of XII) - Prisoners"Edit

Zahner and his goons open fire on the Man-Thing. Man-Thing lunges at Zahner and seriously scars his face. Demon manages to pick up a gun and begins firing back. She leaves several of the mercenaries alive, including Zahner and Mickey Ditillio. They are to be offered as ritual sacrifice to the Man-Thing.

In Washington, Jody Choate gives his closing statements to the Senate Appropriations Committee. After the meeting, he communicates with his associates and learns about everything that is happening in Florida.

At Project: Glamor, the Super Soldier process has transformed Railsback into an insane monster. He is locked away in a protective cell, but he hammers at the door pledging to kill Dr. McDonald.

Appearing in "Crossing Lines (Part VIII of VIII) - Kills"Edit

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Synopsis for "Crossing Lines (Part VIII of VIII) - Kills"Edit

Shang-Chi faces Argus, who has just informed him that Leiko is dead. Shang no longer has any true reason to live. Abandoning caution, he seeks to kill Argus. Clive Reston and Black Jack Tarr burst into the compound and distract Argus with gunfire. But Shang is determined to not be stopped. Argus tries to keep Shang at bay by throwing a beaker filled with Dr. Manheim’s super virus at him. The beaker breaks upon Shang-Chi's elbow spilling the contents all over him. Leaping upon Argus, he begins beating him mercilessly. Clive and Black Jack stop him when it is revealed that Leiko is still alive. Clive calls the Sardinian police to pick up Argus. His terrorist training camp is dismantled. Although Shang-Chi has contracted the untested virus, it may be years before the final stages of the virus begin to affect him.

Appearing in "One Day at a Time"Edit

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Tony Stark speaks as a guest at his old Alcoholics Anonymous group. He relays to them a parable telling them of how Iron Man, while testing out a satellite relay station, accidentally conducted the electrical entity known as Zzzax. Zzzax, now free of the bonding he once shared with General Thunderbolt Ross attacked Iron Man. Iron Man absorbed Zzzax's essence into his armor, but was forced to dispel it or else risked shorting out his own system. He then gathered together miles of cable and liquid nitrogen and used them as a conductor to short circuit Zzzax, dispelling his electrons to the void. As Tony relays his story however, he deliberately leaves out any indicator that he is in fact, Iron Man.

  • The "Save the Tiger" vignette from this issue was reprinted in the Wolverine: Save the Tiger! and the Marvel Comics Presents: Wolverine Vol 1 trade paperbacks.


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