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- Weird that Charlie kits this place out with waterproof copies of Logarithms Made Easy, but doesn't think to cover the toilet paper with a plastic sheet in case the rain seeps in.
- -- Storm
Appearing in "The Ultimates vs. The X-Men (Part II)"Edit
- Bruce Banner (Cameo)
Synopsis for "The Ultimates vs. The X-Men (Part II)"Edit
The Wasp visits the home of John Grey, in the hopes of learning the location of his daughter, Jean. John is fiercely loyal to Charles Xavier's cause and refuses to hand his daughter's friends over to the Ultimates.
The X-Men meanwhile have retreated to an emergency safe house at Pier 88 in New York City. While Beast argues with Storm over a malfunctioning training program, the X-jet returns from a mission in the Savage Land. Jean Grey learns that Cyclops may have died in their most recent adventure.
At the Triskelion, the Ultimates discuss their strategy regarding the capture of Magneto and the X-Men. During the meeting, the power generators briefly shut down, and the Ultimates scramble to see what is going on.
Magneto breaks into the headquarters and begins wreaking havoc. Captain America and Thor try to stop him with their respective weapons, but Magneto easily turns them against their owners. He confronts his son, Quicksilver, and magnetically fires a machine-gun into the mutant's kneecaps.
After causing considerable damage and thoroughly demoralizing the Ultimates, Magneto takes his leave.
- The Hulk appears as Bruce Banner only in this issue.
- Professor Grey's first name is not provided in this issue, but presumably it is John - the same as his Earth-616 counterpart.
- Wolverine's true name is established as James Howlett in this issue, and he fought with Captain America in World War II. James Howlett is also Wolverine's birth-name in the Earth-616 continuity.
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Official Handbook of the Ultimate Marvel Universe: Ultimate Spider-Man/Ultimate Fantastic Four, 2005
- Official Handbook of the Ultimate Marvel Universe: Ultimate X-Men/Ultimates, 2005
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