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in: Comics, 1994, 1994, September Modern-Age, War Machine Vol 1, Tom DeFalco/Editor-in-Chief, Mark Bright/Cover Artist, Pam Eklund/Cover Artist, Scott Benson/Writer, Len Kaminski/Writer, Gabriel Gecko/Penciler, Pam Eklund/Inker, Ariane Lenshoek/Colourist, John Costanza/Letterer, Nelson Yomtov/Editor, James Rhodes (Earth-616)/Quotes, James Rhodes (Earth-616)/Appearances, Worldwatch (Earth-616)/Appearances, Bathsheva Joseph (Earth-616)/Appearances, Rebecca Bergier (Earth-616)/Appearances, Ranald Jeffries (Earth-616)/Appearances, Saint van Sant (Earth-616)/Appearances, Kali (Goddess) (Earth-616)/Appearances, Earth/Appearances, United States of America/Appearances, California/Appearances, Los Angeles/Appearances, Westchester (Los Angeles)/Appearances, Los Angeles International Airport/Appearances, Cortena/Appearances, India/Appearances, Varanasi/Appearances, Adamantium/Appearances, War Machine Armor (JRXL-1000)/Appearances

War Machine Vol 1 6

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War Machine Vol 1 6

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Quote1 It was the same guy who tried to wax me during that mess at the United Nations two days ago. It came down to him or me. I picked me. Breaking his neck was easy compared to the nightmares I've been having since. I crossed a line in Imaya, and I can't seem to get back to the other Side. I'am afraid killing's going to keep getting easier - until I don't know how to stop. Quote2
-- James Rhodes

Appearing in "Instant Karma's Gonna Get You!"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Deathtoll (Flashback and main story) (Apparent death)
  • Leviticus

Other Characters:

  • Cops at the Airport
    • Rosen
    • Clark
  • Rog
  • Deathtoll's Father (Dream)
  • Kali (Only in flashback)
  • Antonio Villeboas

Races and Species:


Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "Instant Karma's Gonna Get You!"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.



  • This issue is reprinted in other comics and books, see references for more info.[1]


  • The title to this issue is taken from the 1970 song "Instant Karma!" by John Lennon


See AlsoEdit




Footnotes

  1. This story is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:



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