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- I needed a symbol I could believe in...something or someone...to show me the way back! So I stick with a classic!
Appearing in "Up from Below!"Edit
Synopsis for "Up from Below!"Edit
Eric, having seen his personal nightmare appear again before his eyes, freezes up. The man who nearly killed him - Mongoose! Bison faces off against DePaul while Quicksand battles Cage. Shamari has followed Thunderstrike and Cage into the tunnels trying to find Billy, only to reel in shock and horror at what he's become.
Young Kevin Masterson is at school, when a mysterious figure tells him that he can have his hearts desire, Bobby Steele not being traded to the west coast, as long as a contract exists between them, and Kevin signs.
Eric is trying to fight back against his own fears, and looks to Thor for inspiration. Quicksand takes Shamari hostage in her battle with Cage. Up above, SHIELD puts Inferno 42 into a the secure base and then floods it, flooding the combatants as well. Bison sees Quicksand holding Shamari and attacks her, smashing his hands together Hulk-style and sending her flying apart. Having regained his composure, Eric blasts Mongoose with an intense light-burst, bliding him completely. Eric then begins to beat him down, but when the floodwaters come, Mongoose jumps into the water claiming he'd rather drown and rot in prison. Thunderstrike gathers the others and Bison around him and transports them to the surface, where DePaul tells Agent #22 that the intruders escaped.
Appearing in "Home-Wrecker!"Edit
- Loki (Only in flashback)
- High Evolutionary
- Paul Conklin
- Redfield Electronics (First appearance)
- Jim Redfield (First appearance)
- Sunny Hills Retirement Home
Synopsis for "Home-Wrecker!"Edit
The Wrecker has appeared from whatever dimension Loki and sent him to, and is looking for revenge on his father, Burt. Code:Blue is attempting to stop when when they are ordered back to base by Jim Young, telling them that they are to have no operations at all without his express permission. Jim tells them that he got ahold of Thor, who is going to take care of the Wrecker without any cost to the city. Unfortunately, wherever the Wrecker had went to, gave him a new source of power, and Thor is hard-pressed to stop him. Thor gets a telepathic call from the High Evolutionary, telling him that he is needed back at Wundagore immediately. Code:Blue arrive back on the scene telling Thor that they have a plan and he's free to go if he needs to. He does so, and they decide to use Burt Garthwaite as bait, to lure the Wrecker in. They discovered that he hasn't completely materialized in this world from whatever dimension he had been sent to and has to keep concentrating on his hold here. Paul Conklin's boss tells him that Project 16 must be ready or else there will be massive layoffs in the company, starting with him. Shelley gets things set up with Burt just before the Wrecker arrives, and they trap the Wrecker in shatterproof cage just long enough, unfortunately, Burt has a heart attack and dies right in front of his son, causing the Wrecker to lose his grip and return to where he came from. Paul Conklin's boss tells him that Project 16, aka the Thermal Man, but be ready for the military on time.
- Includes a letter written by Ben Herman of Scarsdale, NY
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Thor (Marvel Comics) at Wikipedia.org
- Thor at Marvel.com
- Thor site at Marvel.com
- The Immortal Thor of Asgard
- The Thor Message Board
- Thor at The Complete Marvel Reading Order
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