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in: Comics, 1999, 1999, March Modern-Age, Mutant X Vol 1, Bob Harras/Editor-in-Chief, Cary Nord/Cover Artist, Andrew Pepoy/Cover Artist, Howard Mackie/Writer, Cary Nord/Penciler, Andrew Pepoy/Inker, Gina Going/Colourist, Chris Eliopoulos/Letterer, Frank Pittarese/Editor, Henry McCoy (Earth-1298)/Quotes, Six (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Alexander Summers (Earth-616)/Appearances, Madelyne Pryor (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Henry McCoy (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Robert Drake (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Ororo Munroe (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Warren Worthington III (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Matthew Murdock (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Peter Parker (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Scott Summers (Scotty) (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Elektra Stavros (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Bullseye (Lester) (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Hand (Earth-1298)/Appearances, New York Police Department (Earth-1298)/Appearances, Earth-1298/Appearances, New York State/Appearances, New York City/Appearances, Manhattan/Appearances

Mutant X Vol 1 6


Mutant X Vol 1 6

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Quote1 I did a bad thing. I'm sorry. Quote2
-- The Brute

Appearing in "The Trial of the Brute"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Trial of the Brute"Edit

The Brute is put on trial for the deaths of The Green Goblin and Man-Spider, (who turns out to be a clone). Matt Murdock is Brute's lawyer, and the future seems to be bleak for the Brute when the court takes a recess. Gwen Stacy interviews Havok and Scotty, while the Hand, along with Bullseye attempt to assassinate The Brute prior to the end of the trial. The Six them off, only to have the Goblin Queen corrupt The Brute, causing him to change his plea to guilty and be sentenced to death.

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  • Cover art: signed by Nord and Pepoy on the original art.[1]

  • No trivia.

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