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Index to X-Force, including annuals and Domino LS: 8 / 9

Author: Robert Diehl
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Updated: Version 3.4, last modified June 7, 2001

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Issue:	X-Force 89
Date:	Apr-99
Story:	Armageddon Now 3: Hellions Triumphant! (22
pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Sunspot,
Proud-star, Siryn, Moonstar, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	New Hellions: King Bedlam, Magma, Para-digm,
Tarot, Switch, Feral; the Armaged-don Man
Other Characters:	Sen. Owen Danville, Col. US Army,
Ret., Dr. Wheeler, Dr. Woolsey; Fenwick
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore 
	Pencils: Terry Shoemaker
	Inks: Bud LaRosa
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Albert
Deschesne
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	In 1959, the Alamogordo Project (as in Brian
Xavier, Kurt Marko) investigated mutations caused by
atomic energy. The Armageddon Man's power is to draw
natu-ral disasters to himself, and he destroyed a town
with an earthquake. The army un-der Col. Danville
bombed him and put him in suspended animation.
	Under Paradigm's control, Dani is able to see his
memories. He was experimented on as a young mutant
with TK, and in-jected with a tech-organic virus.
	Switch and Feral kidnap Danville, now a senator.
Christopher blackmails the US government for $1
billion, or he'll wake the Armageddon Man.
	Tarot touches Paradigm and infects him with tarot
images. Dani uses her new quantum energy to break the
team free. Then the Armageddon Man breaks free.

Issue:	X-Force 90
Date:	May-99
Story:	Armageddon Now 4: Rude Awakening (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Sunspot,
Proud-star, Siryn, Moonstar, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	New Hellions: King Bedlam, Magma, Para-digm,
Tarot, Switch, Feral; the Armaged-don Man
Other Characters:	Owen Danville
Credits:	Writer & Pencils: John Francis Moore, Jim
Cheung 
	Inks: Morales, Stull, Koblish, Mei
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Oscar
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Sam rushes the Armageddon Man and gets
knocked for a loop; Christopher is more successful
using a Black Air psi-amplifier to befuddle him. The
rest of X-Forec attacks the Hellions; Feral rips out
Siryn's throat. Jesse, having run away, returns and
de-stroys the amplifier; the Armageddon man's power
grows and causes disasters on all the West Coast.
Tarot explains that the he draws power from the earth
itself, then goes with the retreating Hellions
be-cause she "cannot live without" Christo-pher.
	Sam recovers and convinces Amara to help, although
she insists she is still no hero. Dani distracts the
Armageddon Man, Jimmy tosses him skyward, and Sam
blasts into him, discharging the built-up energy. They
wrap him in carbon rods and give him to Danville.
	Paradigm has decided to leave the Hellions and evolve
elsewhere; Jesse is invited back to X-Force. Siryn is
in the hospital; she has lost her voice.

Issue:	X-Force 91
Date:	Jun-99
Story:	Fallout (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Sunspot,
Proud-star, Siryn, Moonstar, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Banshee (Sean Cassidy); Cable,
Shatter-star, Iceman, Cyclops, Angel, Beast, Mar-vel
Girl (flashbacks)
Villains:	Black Tom Cassidy (flashback)
Other Characters:	Owen Danville, Eurydice, INS agents
San-chez and Fulton; DC detective Napoleon Sanders,
Gavin; Hannah, Maeve (flash-back)
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore 
	Pencils: Tommy Lee Edwards
	Inks: Al Williamson
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Siryn considers leaping off the Golden Gate
Bridge, but doesn't. Danville goes on the news blaming
mutants for the disas-ters (last iss.), although he
knows better. Jesse turns out to be a good cook.
Ban-shee visits to check on his daughter, but doesn't
catch her.
	Siryn reminisces: drinking in Catholic school,
thieving with her uncle Tom, join-ing X-Force with
Cable.
	Banshee reminsces: working for Interpol, marrying
Maeve who dies in an IRA bombing, fighting the X-Men
undercover, not knowing Theresa was his daughter.
	Roberto has a bad day: Tabitha dumps him, then he
gets picked up by INS. Dom-ino is accosted by Sanders
who wants to wrap up the bank robbery case (iss. 72);
she refuses to cooperate and is suddenly ported away.
	Siryn almost has a drink to make herself feel better;
she goes to an AA meeting in-stead, then writes a note
to Jimmy: she is going away to stay with an aunt, for
a while.

Issue:	X-Force 92
Date:	Jul-99
Story:	Strange Interlude (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Sunspot,
Proud-star, Moonstar, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Halloween Jack, also as Quentin, Boone,
Cable, et al.
Other Characters:	INS agents Sanchez and Fulton, Hiram
Fo-gelstrom; Napoleon Sanders (flashback)
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore 
	Pencils: Mike Miller
	Inks: Holdredge, Mei, Candelario, Collazo, Palmiotti
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Oscar
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Domino has been abducted by Halloween Jack,
who is romantically obsessed with her. He holds her in
his citadel, which is surrounded by a chaos field.
	The INS wants to deport Bobby because of his expired
student visa and recent asso-ciation with Reignfire
(iss. 80).
	Jack wants to save Domino from her ap-parent
death-wish. She has associated with violent gangs and
mercenaries since childhood. He is a shape-shifter
from a water-world future, and he warns her that if
she stays with X-Force, they will all be killed soon.
	Of course she rejects his proposition. She fights
him, overloads his chaos engine, and forces him to
port them both away before it blows. She dump him in
Vegas and calls her friend Victor Lomenzo.
	While playing frisbee in the park, Dani is accosted
with a demand for assistance.

Issue:	X-Force 93
Date:	Aug-99
Story:	Strange Interlude (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Sunspot,
Proud-star, Moonstar, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	New Mutants Wolfsbane, Xi'an (in
flash-back) 
Villains:	Ry'lor the Destroyer and his lizard Kodo;
Eternals Astarte, Electryon; Odysseus In-digo
Other Characters:	INS agents Sanchez and Fulton
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore 
	Pencils: Mike Miller
	Inks: Holdredge, Mei, Candelario, Collazo, Palmiotti
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Oscar
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Ry'lor is a sun god living on a Pacific
is-land. When X-Force approaches, he at-tacks them
with fire pits, giant rats and bees.
	The Eternals help them, saying Dani is the only one
who can defeat Ry'lor. They send them to a temple
containing an alien en-gine which is transforming the
island. Bedlam fails to disrupt it; instead the team
is transformed, except for Dani. She tries but fails
to help; the Eternals reveal that they are leeching
her power and strike her down.
	Ry'lor wakes her and telepathically swaps
life-stories. He was an interstellar con-querer, but
when he came to earth, he turned a new leaf and tried
to help the na-tives. They turned against him, so he
killed them and has lived in solitude ever since.
	He says Dani is a conduit of the infinite quantum
energy that binds all things. She taps into it and
shuts down his broken en-gine. She tells him to get a
life, and he de-cides to return to the worlds he
attacked and make amends.
	The Eternals are working with Odysseus to capture
Arcadia (iss. 83-84). X-Force at-tacks and easily
defeats them.
	Domino returns to San Francisco just in time to say
goodbye to Bobby.

Issue:	X-Force 94
Date:	Sep-99
Story:	Artifacts & Apocrypha (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Proudstar,
Moon-star, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	Sunspot
Guest Stars:	Pete Wisdom, Delphi; Quicksilver, Jenny
Ransome
Villains:	Magistrates and mutates including Gregori;
gargoyles including Marcelus; Selene; the Tiger;
Magneto
Other Characters:	Kiki, Archimedes "Archie" Fogg the
CPU (see next iss.)
Credits:	Writer, Pencils: John Francis Moore, Jim
Cheung
	Inks: Morales, Stull, Ramos, Koblish 
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Oscar
	Colors: Kevin Tinsley
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	The team goes to Genosha (first time since
the end of the New Mutants). They fight both mutates
and magistrates, and meet Wisdom. He had sent one of
Delphi's memory boxes to Sam, which showed himself as
a boy, being saved from two battling giants.
	Wisdom has been working with ex-Black Air ops to
retrieve dangerous weapons; he wants X-Force to help
recover the CPU from an experimental spacecraft that
crashed in Genosha. Delphi trades memo-ries with each
teammate, to prepare them. Jesse gets the knowledge of
martial arts.
	Roberto is living the high life in Brazil but is
bored, until he sees two thugs abducting a woman. He
intervenes; they are gar-goyles; she is Selene and
takes care of them herself. She has an offer for him.
	Ransome alerts Quicksilver to X-Force's presence, and
he demands they leave. Sam distracts him with a memory
box and clobbers him. They enter the lab and find the
CPU, but it activates the rest of the lab. And Magneto
is alerted.

Issue:	X-Force 95
Date:	Oct-99
Story:	Magnetic Distraction (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Proudstar,
Moon-star, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Pete Wisdom; Wolfsbane, Magma, Magik,
Warlock, Doug Ramsey (in flashback); Quicksilver,
Amelia Voght
Villains:	Magneto
Other Characters:	Archie; Lucas and Tyler Guthrie (in
flash-back)
Credits:	Writer, Pencils: Jim Cheung, Nelson DeCastro,
John Francis Moore
	Inks: Mark Morales, Rod Ramos, Rob Stull 
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	In a Genoshan lab, the team busts up the
robot security. Wisdom says the CPU is imprinted with
the mind of his dead friend Archie. Then Magneto
arrives. He de-mands the CPU; his old students fight
him. Dani is now able to disrupt his magnetic field,
so he thunks her.
	Bedlam is off with Domino, kung-fu-ing the bad guys.
She sees him take pills; he explains he needs them or
his power will short-circuit his brain. They sabotage
the island's power supply, and Magneto is forced to go
and restore order.
	James gets away with the CPU. Quicksilver confronts
him, but James convinces him to let him go. The team
reassembles aboard a fishing trawler, and Wisdom
downloads Archie's mind into a life model decoy.
	Archie gives Sam another memory box; his father and
uncle Lucas bury two corpses.

Issue:	X-Force '99 Annual
Date:	1999
Story:	Loose Ends (38 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Proudstar, Moonstar
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Rictor, Shatterstar
Villains:	Martin Henry Strong, Neurotap, Freddy;
Zellig, Blanco; Ernesto Gallegas; various criminal
Richters; Mojo (in flashback); Hanna Verschiagen,
Frocht
Other Characters:	Versucht-1 (Asahi "Hanrasha"); V-2
through V-8
Credits:	Writer: Fabian Nicieza
	Pencils & Inks: Chris Renaud, Rod Ramos, Scott Elmer,
Rich Perrotta, Gus Vazquez, Ken Lashley
	Letters: Sharpefont & P.T.
	Colors: Kevin Somers
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	V-2 is a spike-limbed woman in a lab, who
beats on a criminal.
	Shatterstar and Rictor (last seen iss. 76) have been
harassing Rictor's gun-running family (iss. 34).
Blanco offers them big money to fight, and they agree,
needing cash and smelling something fishy.
	Shatterstar introduces himself as Benjamin Russell
(iss. 59-61); he still doesn't know which of his
identities is true, so he's keeping both.
	Next morning (after artfully obscuring the exact
sleeping arrangements), they fight V-2. V-1 breaks in,
throwing darts and zapping bad guy synapses. He wants
to rescue V-2, even though she doesn't want to be
freed. He zaps her, to immobilize her, but
accidentally kills her.
	Shatterstar hums his sword (iss. 28) and blasts an
escape route. V-1 explains: his mother, Verschiagen,
is a mutant mad sci-entist, who bore eight children so
she could tap their powers like batteries. He escaped
and is trying to shut her down. The trail leads to
Strong (Ann. 2), who now has a deformed, spider-like
mutant (Freddy) to act as his body.
	V-1, Rictor and Shatterstar attack; Sam, Dani, and
James break in to help Strong, at Neurotap's request.
Strong says V-1 lost control of his powers because his
mother addicted him to an enzyme; V-3 and V-4 are
already comatose. V-1, Neurotap, Ric-tor and
Shatterstar decide attack Ver-shiagen directly, in
Germany. Rictor makes flying rock columns to take them
there, over X-Force's objections. Vershiagen and the
other V's capture them, and she starts the
power-draining process.
	Sam, Dani and James arrive in time to help them break
the connections; Verschiagen implodes, and the V's die
from lack of en-zyme - a noble sacrifice.
	Sam gives Xavier's card to Neurotap.

Issue:	X-Force 96
Date:	Nov-99
Story:	Family Secrets (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Moonstar,
Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Jennifer Kale, Sunspot; Sledge (in
flash-back)
Villains:	Selene, Jordan Holiday, Indigo, Dr. Chandra,
Dr. Joshua, Reignfire; Finn, Weller, Stone (all in
flashback)
Other Characters:	Lucas Bartholemew (stet.) Guthrie,
Roland, Cheri, Garrison; Randy Lee Wat-son, Tyler
Guthrie (all in flashback)
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore
	Pencils: Anthony Williams
	Inks: Mark Morales 
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Sam breaks his uncle Luke out of an
Ar-kansas penitentiary, to get the rest of the story.
Ten years ago, he was stealing a truck full of
cigarettes when his partner got shot and showed his
true, Deviant form. Luke opened the back and instead
of cigarettes, he found a Celestial Golem. He called
the buyer, and got his brother Tyler to help him. Sam,
then a boy, snuck along.
	They met the buyers, Finn and Weller, de-liver the
goods, and were about to leave, but Sam found a lab
full of captive chil-dren. The Deviants want to use
the Golem to alter their DNA and make them adapt-able,
like humans. The experiment goes awry, and the Golem
attacks, while the Guthries flee. Sledge arrives and
uses an force-field exo-skeleton to defeat the Go-lem;
it explodes. Tyler makes his brother help him bury
Finn and Weller (see last iss.), and Sledge erases the
children's memories.
	Sam gets Domino to help return Luke to jail. Indigo,
Chandra, and Joshua set up operations in the Amazon -
they have the remains of Reignfire.
	Meltdown and Bedlam chat and are ob-served by a
mysterious someone. Dani does tai chi with Kale and
she sees a ghost bear. Selene has Holiday captive; she
makes him tell Sunspot he doesn't work for SHIELD but
for Damocles.

Issue:	X-Force 97
Date:	Dec-99
Story:	Cracked Foundation (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Moonstar,
Proud-star, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Sunspot, Sledge, Ulysses Dragonblood,
Arcadia Deville
Villains:	The Damocles Foundation's Odysseus In-digo,
Dr. Segismund Joshua, Dr. Chandra; The Sword's Argos
the Hunter, Zona, Stranglehold, Pyre; Reignfire;
Selene
Other Characters:	a Gatherer, Veeg
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore
	Pencils: Anthony Williams
	Inks: Scott Elmer
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Mike Thomas
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Somebody's been reading the back-issues!
	Millions of years ago, the Celestials visited Earth,
sent their Gatherers to explore, and genetically
manipulated three races: the Eternals, humanity, and
the Deviants. 
	The Damocles Foundation is working out of an
underground base in the Amazon, a former Deviant city.
They have a leftover Gatherer and plan use Reignfire
to power it. Selene has brought Bobby there to stop
them, before they become rivals to the Hellfire Club,
but they are captured by the Sword.
	X-Force visit Sledge's junkyard in Detroit to follow
up on Uncle Luke's story (last iss.) and finds Ulysses
and Arcadia there. 
	Ulysses explains: Eternals and Deviants fought for
millenia and became humanity's gods and devils. They
called a truce a mil-lenia ago. When man split the
atom, In-digo, threatened, gathered Deviants,
Eternals, and humans to form the Damo-cles Foundation,
to create a new species to control the planet.
	He gets Veeg to teleport them to the Ama-zon, and
they break Bobby and Selene out of their cell. Indigo
cancels everyone's powers, fistfights his brother, and
mes-merizes Arcadia. Meanwhile, Selene uses her magic
to activate Reignfire in the Gatherer. She demands
control of the Foundation; Indigo sends the Sword, but
the Gatherer turns them into lizards. Dur-ing this
distraction, X-Force get their pow-ers back. Somehow
in synch, Arcadia and Dani destroy the Gatherer.
Selene is mad.

Issue:	X-Force 98
Date:	Jan-00
Story:	Temptation (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Moonstar,
Proud-star, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Sunspot
Villains:	Selene, Blackheart, Hela
Other Characters:	Lenny Delmonico, Belinda Cisneros;
Fitzsimmons, Maurice "Tiger" Antonini (il-lusions),
Juliana Sandoval
Credits:	Writer & Pencils: Jim Cheung, John Francis
Moore
	Inks: Mark Morales
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Bobby dreams of his girlfriend Juliana, who
died taking a Hellfire Club bullet for him (Marvel
Graphic Novel #4), then wakes in a fancy hotel. He is
a celebrity, with groupies, and he saved one from a
fall. He realizes it's an illusion from Selene and
confronts her. She has X-Force in the Hellfire Club
and is playing with their minds.
	James sees the massacre at Camp Verde but is not able
to do anything about it; Meltdown sees a man in New
York who had his head blow off; Sam sees coal min-ers
dying of black lung; Jesse sees himself in a mental
institution. Selene wants Bobby to join the Hellfire
Club (his father was a member, New Mutants 12) and
shows him a future where he advises the President and
makes the world better for mutants. Bobby refuses and
blasts away and frees his teammates.
	Blackheart advises Selene: appeal to his heroism.
They send demons acting as Hellfire Club goons to
fight X-Force.
	Dani is captive in the basement, where Blackheart is
about to kill her, but then Hela shows up, claims her
soul, and frees her. Dani uses her power to scare away
the demons, then the team is confronted by Selene and
Blackheart. They have taken Juliana from Purgatory and
use her to blackmail Bobby into joining the Club, as
Black Rook. Juliana's soul is put into a re-cently
deceased girl's body in Baltimore. 

Issue:	X-Force 99
Date:	Feb-00
Story:	Bad Company (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Moonstar,
Proud-star, Bedlam, Domino
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Sunspot, Siryn, Arcadia; Magik, Magma,
Wolfsbane (in flashback), Brightwind, Risque, SHIELD
Villains:	Selene, the Demon Bear, Ophelia; the
Ce-lestial Gatherer (in flashback); Lloyd, Wu
Other Characters:	Juliana Sandoval (now Marissa
Sebastian); Dani's parents William Lonestar, Peg
Moonstar (in flashback); Victoria Donnelly, Bradbury
Collins, Mary Weather
Credits:	Writer & Pencils: John Francis Moore, Jim
Cheung
	Inks: Mark Morales
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	The Demon Bear is rampaging in down-town San
Francisco; it is an other-dimensional embodiment of
negative emotions that at one time absorbed Dani's
parents, and later attacked her (New Mu-tants 17-20)
and was dispelled by Magik's Soulsword.
	Sam blasts into the bear and finds it is just a
miasma of negative emotions. Dani uses her cosmic
power, but the bear just feeds on it. Sam goes to get
Kane; Arcadia shows up and says the bear is after her
and Dani. It haunted her and attacked Sledge and
Ulysses, so she drove out to find Dani, whose memories
she shares. The bear grabs and swallows them both, and
they find themselves in a cave in an-other dimension,
with Arcadia's girlhood doll Mary Weather, who talks,
and Bright-wind, who doesn't recognize Dani. 
	Theresa, still mute, is staying with her aunt, a gory
mystery writer, in a quaint town called Looking Glass.
She goes into an antique shop, where Ophelia
mali-ciously snaps a necklace around her.
	Selene fits out Bobby as a black rook.
	Wu and Lloyd are still observing Tabitha.
	Risque (sent by Sledge) and SHIELD arrive to help.
Mary has Arcadia and Dani draw their power back from
the bear, but Arcadia can't hold it, and it explodes.
The bear and Arcadia disappear, but now there are four
Danis (Mirage, Valkyrie, MLF, and Cosmic).

Issue:	X-Force 100
Date:	Mar-00
Story:	Dark Cathedral (38 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Moonstar,
Proud-star, Bedlam, Domino, Caliban, Strong Guy
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Sunspot, Siryn, SHIELD, Risque, Ulysses,
Jennifer Kale, Man-Thing; alternates of all X-Force
members plus Feral, Copycat, Shatterstar, Deadpool,
Rictor, Karma, Wolfsbane, Warlock, Magik, Cable (poor,
forgotten Gosamyr!)
Villains:	Queen of Star Swords
Other Characters:	Mary Weather, Dr. Elizondo, Victoria
Don-nelly
Credits:	Writer & Pencils: John Francis Moore, Jim
Cheung, Chris Renaud
	Inks: Mark Morales, John Czop, Scott Ko-blish, Rich
Perrotta
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Marie Javins, Wilson Ramos
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	As a girl, Arcadia had a fantasy world where
she fought the Queen of the Star Swords, but it turns
out she is real and has possessed Arcadia, plans to
conquer all dimensions, and has the four Danis as her
guards. She quickly neutralizes SHIELD, and the Danis
attack X-Force. James finds the real Dani, who now has
no powers.
	The queen builds a dark cathedral on the Golden Gate
bridge; Dani uses her link to Arcadia to break in with
the team, but they are separated into various
alternate worlds. James and Risque see X-Force still
in Camp Verde, Cable and Sam having been killed by the
MLF. Domino and Bed-lam see X-Force in a world
conquered by Belasco. Sam and Tabitha see X-Force all
in the Weismann loony bin.
	Dani sees Arcadia's imaginary friends Mary Weather
and the dragon Fenwick, who chases her, gets slain by
Cable, and changes back into Ulysses. They meet
slacker X-Force, who have surrendered to the queen.
	X-Force defeat three alternate Danis, and our Dani
absorbs their powers, which sends them them back to
their own reali-ties. Then the queen shows up and
sends hordes of alternates to attack. Cable gets to
the queen, but she cuts him down and shows him
alternate versions of himself. Kale shows up with
Man-Thing, who makes cosmic Dani understand what to
do. Our Dani uses Cable's psimitar to attack the
queen; cosmic Dani adds her energy, and the queen
retreats to her own dimen-sion. Man-Thing makes our
Dani under-stand how to destroy the cathedral, which
she does, and everything is back to nor-mal, and her
minus her cosmic powers.
	Bobby accidentally on purpose bumps into Julia, who
partly remembers him.
	Siryn, possessed, leaves her aunt's.

Issue:	X-Force 101
Date:	Apr-00
Story:	Learning to Fly (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Moonstar,
Proud-star, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	
Other Characters:	Kevin, Toby, Billy, Patty, Dr.
Matherson
Credits:	Writer: Joseph Harris
	Pencils: Steven Harris
	Inks: Rick Ketchum 
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Matt Hicks 
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Tabitha watches Sam as their powers fail
(courtesy the High Evolutionary, see Un-canny X-Men
379), and he falls into San Francisco Bay to be
retrieved by the har-bor patrol.
 	Toby harrasses Kevin, a young mutant who can fly. Or
could. He falls flat off the jungle gym.
	The team considers the wierdness of being normal
while waiting for Sam in the hos-pital. Tabitha takes
a walk and comes across Kevin, falling flat off a
bench. She tells him it's better to be normal, but he
runs off. Next day, he climbs a water tower to prove
himself to his classmates. Patty finds Tabitha; she
climbs up a catches him by the belt.
	Sam is fine.

Issue:	Domino 1
Date:	Jan-97
Story:	Rise and Fall (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Domino 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Eugene Milton Judd (Puck) 
Villains:	Henry Peter Gyrich and government Mandroids, Lady Deathstrike
Other Characters:	Dr. Milo Thurman
Credits:	Writer: Ben Raab
	Pencils: David Perrin
	Inks: Harry Candelario
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Joe Rosas
	Editor: Mark Bernardo
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	In a government facility, Milo muses on world history, is berated by
Gyrich berates for not predicting Onslaught, reads Dante's Inferno, and is
attacked by Deathstrike. Gyrich realizes Milo is missing and sounds red alert.
	In Rio in a bikini and boots,  Domino enjoys Carnival. She is attacked by a
cybernetic midget who turns out to be Pico (supposed killed by Deadpool in
X-Force 14). She overcomes him, and he refuses to say who sent him. Puck shows up
and tells her Milo is in trouble. She explains she was in love with him.
	She breaks into the base he was held in, luckily gets the Mandroids to knock
each other out, walks past many corpses, and runs into Deathstrike.

Issue:	Domino 2
Date:	Feb-97
Story:	...Death Be a Lady Tonight! (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Domino 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Lady Deathstrike, Donald Pierce, Skullbuster
Other Characters:	Dr. Milo Thurman
Credits:	Writer: Ben Raab
	Pencils: David Perrin
	Inks: Harry Candelario
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Joe Rosas
	Color Separations: Heroic Age
	Editor: Mark Bernardo
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Domino fights Deathstrike ineffectively, until two thermite grenades
luckily roll under her, blowing the floor away and blasting Domino clear.
	Flashback: Domino was one of the government guards protecting Milo, who can
mathematically predict the future. He courted her and gave her the name Beatrice;
they fell in love.
	Pierce has Skullbuster start to make Milo a cyborg.
	Deathstrike comes back for more; she fights Domino while bombs explode the
base around them.
	Next day, she finds herself a prisoner of Pierce in the Weapon X bunker.

Issue:	Domino 3
Date:	Mar-97
Story:	Hard Luck! (24 pages)
Feature Characters:	Domino 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Puck
Villains:	Donald Pierce, Lady Deathstrike, Skullbuster; Trevor Fitzroy and his
Sentinels, A.I.M. (in flashback)
Other Characters:	Dr. Milo Thurman
Credits:	Writer: Ben Raab
	Pencils: David Perrin
	Inks: Harry Candelario
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/LA
	Colors: Joe Rosas
	Color Separations: Heroic Age
	Editor: Mark Bernardo
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Pierce plans to make Milo and Domino cyborgs. He explains that after
the Sentinels attacked him (Uncanny 281), Fitzroy downloaded his harddrive, then
gave him to a mysterious benefactor, who reconstructed  him.
	Flashback: A.I.M. tried to steal Milo from the U.S. government, thinking he
was an artificial intelligence. Domino was supposed to have been killed defending
him.
	Domino is prepared for an acid bath and a cybernetic exoskeleton, but luckily
gets free and pushes Deathstrike and Skullbuster into the acid. She shoots
Pierce, but he connects to the computer to save himself. Milo is beyond help;
Domino self-destructs the base.
	She returns to Rio and commiserates with Puck.

Issue:	X-Force/Champions '98
Date:	Dec-98
Story:	Demon From Within (37 pages)
Feature Characters:	X-Force: Cannonball, Meltdown,
Sunspot, Proudstar, Siryn, Moonstar; the former
Champions: Iceman (Bobby Drake), Arch-angel (Warren
Worthington), Black Widow (Natasha Romanova),
Hercules, John Blaze (formerly Ghost Rider)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Hades (aka Link) and followers including
Victoria, a Titan 
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Tom and Mary Bierbaum
	Pencils: Terry Shoemaker
	Inks: Sean Parsons, Harry Candelario
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/EM
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	In northern California, a cult of Hades
gathers around Link, who accuses Victoria of being a
traitor.
	Driving to Yosemite, X-Force is caught in a rockslide
and finds a giant hand emerging from the earth.
Hercules is battling the cult and about to surrender
when Link takes his informant Victoria hostage, but
X-Force rescues her, and the cult retreats.
	Hercules explains that the cult has a scroll with a
spell to raise a Titan; his former team the Champions
have the counter-spell and must be quickly
reassembled.
	Tabitha doesn't trust Victoria, who flirts with Sam;
Sam doesn't trust his ex-girlfriend Tabitha. Hercules
shows Moon-star the scroll, which she can read because
she was a Valkyrie. She notices the spell tells the
Titan to destroy whomever raises him.
	The Champions arrive and start the coun-ter-spell,
but Moonstar realizes it's a trick. She makes them
stop because the Titan is actually being raised. Sam
is caught in an earthquake, and Victoria leaves him
for dead, but Tabitha and Sunspot rescue him.
	Link reveals himself to be Hades and fells Jimmy;
both teams attack but have little chance against a
god. Iceman tricks Hades into announcing that he
raised the Titan; Hades exits rather than face the
Titan and strands Victoria, who was actually his
ac-complice all the time.
	The Titan is still rising; Siryn has the Champions
complete the spell to open the gateway. Dani summons
up the Titan's greatest fear, so horrible that no one
can look, and it retreats.
	The Champions take a moment for the press but have no
intention of reforming.

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