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

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Index to X-Force, including annuals and related
Version 3.4, last modified June 7, 2001
by Robert Diehl (rfdiehl@yahoo.com)

Issue:	X-Force 102
Date:	May-00
Story:	Games without Frontiers (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Peter Wisdom, Cannonball,
Meltdown, 
Proudstar, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Alistaire Stuart
Villains:	Meatspore Stormtroopers
Other Characters:	Korolyev, Maj. Valentina
Credits:	Writers: Warren Ellis, Ian Edginton
	Pencils: Whilce Portacio
	Inks: Gerry Alanguilan
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Avalon Studios
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: here begins X-Force as a "Counter-X" 
series. Surviving an issue longer than the New 
Mutants, it has been co-opted by the British.
	Stuart is now head of the Department, the 
British organization that replaced Black Air 
(see Excalibur 86ff). He knows Wisdom is up 
to something. Wisdom says he knows about 
British Intelligence's dissection lab, just as he 
blows it up.
	Six months later, a secret Russian lab is under 
attack by Meatspore Stormtroopers, which are 
self-replicating robots of flesh, accidentally 
released.
	Wisdom leads X-Force to the rescue. Sam 
slams into the ground; the shock wave kills 
many. Jesse disrupts the electronics, and 
Tabitha makes shows new skill with her 
bombs.
	Wisdom offers to lead them in crusade against 
secret anti-mutant conspiracies.
	In San Francisco, a girl goes berserk on the 
street, lasers shooting from her eyes.


Issue:	X-Force 103
Date:	Jun-00
Story:	Games without Frontiers Part 2 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wisdom, Cannonball, Meltdown,
Proudstar, 
Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Dr. Niles Roman, Ford
Other Characters:	 
Credits:	Writers: Warren Ellis, Ian Edginton
	Pencils: Whilce Portacio
	Inks: Gerry Alanguilan
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Avalon Studios
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Wisdom lectures to spies about a mad
scientist 
(Roman) working for Cuckoo, who 
meanwhile sees a bio-reactor go off in San 
Francisco. Tabitha tries to make Sam resent 
Wisdom's authority; Sam hotly asserts it as a 
collaboration.
	Wisdom tells them that the CIA in the 50's 
experimented with LSD on people and 
collaborated with Cuckoo.
	In San Francisco, people on the street 
randomly erupt with mutant powers. X-
Force's SUV crashes on the way home.


Issue:	X-Force 104
Date:	Jul-00
Story:	Games without Frontiers Part 3 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wisdom, Cannonball, Meltdown,
Proudstar, 
Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	 
Villains:	Dr. Niles Roman, Ford
Other Characters:	 
Credits:	Writers: Warren Ellis, Ian Edginton
	Pencils: Whilce Portacio
	Inks: Gerry Alanguilan
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Avalon Studios
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Roman and Ford jet to San Francisco, to 
observe the results of an old experiment.
	X-Force gets out of their crashed SUV and 
finds cars full of unconscious people. Wisdom 
has Sam and James (he can fly, now) carry 
"his" X-Men and his battle-ax into the city, 
where they are attacked. Wisdom takes them 
to an abandoned (and illegal) SHIELD base. 
He explains that the U.S. government set up 
Cuckoo, under Roman, to play human vs. 
mutant war games. So he made a bioreactor 
to force latent mutants to mutate rapidly and 
go insane, but the government shut him down 
before he caused a real war.
	But he didn't dismantle the device, just put it 
on a slow timer. Wisdom sends them into the 
melee to destroy the bioreactor.


Issue:	X-Force 105
Date:	Sep-00
Story:	Games without Frontiers Part 4 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wisdom, Cannonball, Meltdown,
Proudstar, 
Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	 
Villains:	Dr. Niles Roman, Ford
Other Characters:	 
Credits:	Writers: Warren Ellis, Ian Edginton
	Pencils: Whilce Portacio
	Inks: Gerry Alanguilan
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Avalon Studios
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	The team makes its way through the carnage 
in San Francisco, while Wisdom taps into 
Roman's security cameras. James uses a big 
stick and super-speed to take down the crazed 
mutants single-handedly. Together, they stop 
another group of mutants attacking the police; 
Jesse pushes his power and scrambles their 
minds, which somehow reverts them to 
normal. 
	They locate the bioreactor, 300 feet below a 
particularly large and gruesome 
amalgamation of mutants. Jesse scrambles the 
minds, while Sam blasts straight down, 
drilling a hole down to the reactor, and 
destroys it.
	Roman, meanwhile, has traced Wisdom's tap, 
found him, and shot him.


Issue:	X-Force 106
Date:	Oct-00
Story:	Murder Ballads: Part 1 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Proudstar,
Bedlam, 
Domino; Peter Winton Wisdom, Moonstar 
(both in flashback)
Regular Characters:	Cable (in flashback)
Guest Stars:	Romany Wisdom
Villains:	Aenteros, Vogel, Marconi, Marcus Tsung (all 
in flashback)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writers: Warren Ellis, Ian Edginton
	Pencils: Whilce Portacio, Lan Medina
	Inks: Gerry Alanguilan, Boy Sicat, Edgar 
Tadeo, Gary Mayoralco, Lan Medina
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Avalon Studios
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Wisdom's tombstone reads, "Stuff This for a 
Lark." Tabitha is upset that none of his 
Excalibur teammates shows up for the 
funeral, but Sam says X-Force is out of the 
loop, and they were probably busy. James is 
worried that the X-Men have turned their 
back on the whole team.
	An old woman with thugs show up at the 
gravesite; she tosses Wisdom a light. Domino 
arrives and says it's Wisdom's sister.
	Six months ago: after the High Evolutionary 
(iss. 101; Uncanny X-Men 380), Domino 
fights X-Force in a dockyard and defeats 
them. She wants to train them as martial 
artists, so they don't depend on their mutant 
powers.
	Wisdom shows up; after Genosha (iss. 95) he 
offered to lead them against anti-mutant spies. 
Sam and Jesse are in favor, since it would give 
the team a purpose. Dani and Domino quit in 
protest.
	In the present, the team catches up in a 
coffeehouse. Domino was possessed by 
Aenteros (Cable 82) but doesn't remember 
much about it. Now she needs X-Force, 
because she is being hunted: she took a 
mercenary job in New Delhi, to take down a 
terrorist organization that was attacking a 
Swiss conglomerate. But the mercenaries 
weren't paid, and Domino realizes Tsung is 
hunting her, killing two mercenaries in 
passing.


Issue:	X-Force 107
Date:	Nov-00
Story:	Murder Ballads: Part 2 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Proudstar,
Bedlam, 
Domino; Wisdom (in flashback)
Regular Characters:	 
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Marcus Tsung 
Other Characters:	 
Credits:	Writers: Warren Ellis, Ian Edginton
	Pencils & Inks: Ariel Olivetti (so everybody 
looks old)
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Avalon Studios
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Six months ago: Wisdom trains X-Force in an 
abandoned Hulkbuster base, with Danger 
Room robots with no safety protocols. Jesse 
and Tabitha expand control of their powers; 
Sam practices as a field leader. Then Wisdom 
makes them let James face the robots alone: 
when the High Evolutionary played with their 
powers, James got access to his entire genome 
(iss. 101), and he learns to fly.
	In the present: after Wisdom's murder, the 
team quickly moved to an abandoned office in 
a skyscraper in San Francisco; Wisdom taught 
them to survive.
	Domino briefs them on Tsung: half-
Hungarian and half-Chinese, he has the 
mutant power of virtual bullets and used it to 
build a criminal empire in Asia. Then one day 
he walked away from it all and disappeared. 
Domino knows he's after her, since he killed 
her once before.
	Tsung's jet lands in the desert in California; he 
is greeted by government officials and kills 
everyone to keep himself secret.


Issue:	X-Force 108
Date:	Nov-00
Story:	Murder Ballads: Part 3 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Proudstar,
Bedlam, 
Domino; Wisdom (in flashback)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Marcus Tsung
Other Characters:	Traveler, Abel Baker, Charlie
Credits:	Writers: Warren Ellis, Ian Edginton
	Pencils: Whilce Portacio, Ian Medina
	Inks: Gerry Alanguilan
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Avalon Studios
	Asst. Editor: Lysa Hawkins
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada
	Cover Art: Salvador Larocca, Vince Russel
Synopsis:	Domino's back is half covered with a
parasite; 
she has Jesse scan it, and he feels electric and 
biomagnetic energies, then it scans him back. 
She says she got it when she died: she knew 
Tsung was after her, so she disguised herself, 
but he still found her and shot her in Paris. 
She woke in a morgue, about to be autopsied. 
The parasite grown from her gunshot wound, 
resurrected her and healed all previous scars. 
	Six months ago, Wisdom initiated X-Force 
into the real, hidden world of espionage. He 
says they need to know who to go to for help.
	Tsung crashes a birthday party and kills 
everyone there, so he can use the phone.
	X-Force waits for a contact; a city bus pulls up 
and morphs; they enter and are scanned. The 
spies Abel, Baker, and Charlie are angry they 
let Wisdom die, but they take a look at 
Domino's back.
	Domino tells Sam not to imitate Wisdom too 
much: there is good in the world as well as 
hatred.
	The spies are unable to find any information 
through their normal channels, but Jesse 
suggests visual clues. They find a fossil dug up 
in South Dakota in 1908 that matches, and it 
is large.
	Just then the bus is attacked by helicopters 
with missiles.


Issue:	X-Force 109
Date:	Dec-00
Story:	Murder Ballads: Part 4 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Proudstar,
Bedlam, 
Domino; Wisdom (in flashback)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Romany Wisdom
Villains:	Marcus Tsung
Other Characters:	Traveler, Abel Baker, Charlie
Credits:	Writers: Warren Ellis, Ian Edginton
	Pencils & Inks: Enrique Breccia 
	Letters: Chris "the Mets fan" (Eliopoulos, 
presumably)
	Colors: Avalon Studios
	Asst. Editor: Lysa Hawkins
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada
	Cover Art: Whilce Portacio, Gerry Alanguilan
Synopsis:	Words of Wisdom: "?throw a spanner in the 
works and don't let anyone stop you."
	The magic bus is under attack, so Sam lets two 
helicopters chase him till they crash, while 
Jesse (who is suddenly Sam's twin!) scrambles 
the third's electrical systems. James pulls its 
door off, lets bullets bounce off his chest, and 
tries to make the pilot talk. But an invisible 
bullet kills the guy first: Tsung has arrived.
	Sam attacks, and his blast field mostly shields 
him, but Tsung is fast. He climbs up a 
building, kicks Sam out of the sky, then steps 
on his throat to kill him slowly. Jesse 
scrambles his brain to block his mutant 
power, and James throws a punch, but Tsung 
is a lethal martial artist as well as a mutant, 
and he throws James into Jesse.
	Tabitha sneaks up behind him, puts her hands 
over his eyes, and makes a plasma bomb. 
Tsung goes down, and Sam kisses Tabitha. But 
then Tsung is up, pinching Tabitha in the back 
of the neck to take her hostage. Domino finds 
a rifle, but it is a standoff.
	Romany appears and shoots Tsung, and her 
men finish the job. She tells the magic bus 
spies not to cross the line again, tells Sam he's 
na‘ve, and orders X-Force onto her helicopter. 
She says the parasite on Domino's back is 
what killed the dinosaurs. Domino, under its 
control, grabs Sam and Romany by their 
throats and sprouts toothed tentacles. Romany 
puts her down with a tranquilizer gun.
	X-Force sees the news, with the official story 
of the helicopter crashes. Domino's operation 
has been a success, but Romany can't really 
explain what the parasite is (some sort of 
sentient alien technology), or why Domino 
was chosen, or who she works for. She says 
her brother was an extremist with a history of 
psychosis, guilty over being a secret anti-
mutant operative, a genetic traitor. She tells X-
Force to go home and get a life.


Issue:	X-Force 110
Date:	Jan-01
Story:	Rage War Part 1 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Proudstar,
Bedlam, 
Domino 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Maj. Valentina Rychenko
Villains:	Warborgs, Dr. Constantin Racal (see next
iss.)
Other Characters:	Frank Casey, wife and daughter;
Daniel, 
Carol, and Philip Lindenbrook
Credits:	Writers: Ian Edginton
	Pencils & Inks: Jorge Lucas
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Gina Going
	Asst. Editor: Lysa Hawkins
	Editor: Jason Liebig
	Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada
Synopsis:	In New York, Casey and his wife are having 
trouble with a rebellious daughter. Warborgs 
posing as cops ring the doorbell, kill the 
parents, kidnap the girl, and blow up the 
apartment.
	A reporter says that much of San Francisco 
was recently mutated (iss. 102-105), with loss 
of life. Some of the crowd call for rounding up 
all mutants; others are more tolerant.
	Jesse gets angry at the bigots and explodes the 
TV; Domino says if humans knew half of what 
they did, they'd obliterate all mutants or die 
trying.
	Sam goes to check on Tabitha, who has been 
quiet since she saw Tsung killed. She realizes 
being mutant mercenaries isn't fun but is 
dangerous. Neither of them wants to become 
murderers. They kiss.
	In New England, Racal recites a poem to a 
couple, changing them into monsters. They 
were moles, and it is war. He shoots their son.
	In San Diego, two villains search a ship for 
Rychenko. She attacks and kills them and 
removes technology from their corpses.
	Domino apologizes and says she's glad to lead 
the team again. She has reviewed Wisdom's 
files on anti-mutant crimes: 82 require "direct 
action." She and Sam convince Tabitha and 
James not to go after Roman immediately (iss. 
105), since that's what he expects.
	Jesse is having migraines; Domino realizes 
someone's sending them a message in Morse 
code: "Valentina," with some coordinates. 
They realize it's Rychenko.


Issue:	X-Force 111
Date:	Feb-01
Story:	Rage War Part 2 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Proudstar,
Bedlam, 
Domino 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Rychenko, SHIELD including Nick Fury, 
Jennifer Wentworth
Villains:	Warborgs, Racal, Katrina
Other Characters:	Progenitor
Credits:	Writers: Ian Edginton
	Pencils & Inks: Jorge Lucas
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Gina Going
	Asst. Editor: Frank Dunkerley
	Editor: Matt Hicks
	Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada
Synopsis:	Rychenko is out of bullets and about to be 
killed by Warborgs, on the authority of 
Dumas and the Executive Security Committee, 
but X-Force arrives and stomps them. Tabitha 
tries to blind them with hard light blades, and 
Jesse tries to short out their mechanical parts, 
but they're heavily shielded, so Sam calls a 
retreat and sends Jimmy to beat on them. He 
does but gets poisoned in the process. 
	In New England, the two Russian spies who let 
themselves be mutated into monsters look at 
the teenage daughters they don't remember. 
One feels betrayed and resists following 
orders; Racal orders the other to kill him, then 
sends her on a suicide mission while he 
collects the girls. Progenitor observes but 
doesn't interfere yet.
	Rychenko dissects the brain of one of the 
Warborgs to get its data cluster. She explains 
they're reanimated Russian soldiers, killed in 
Afghanistan and Chechnya. She's trailing their 
creator, Racal. Tabitha has Domino read the 
data cluster remotely via Sam's headset and is 
disproportionately congratulated for the idea. 
Jesse destabilizes Jimmy's nervous system 
slightly, to keep him stable.
	On the Helicarrier, Fury is briefed: recent 
attacks on decommissioned bases by mutated 
humans. They and the Warborgs are based on 
the same decades-old Soviet technology, and 
they aim to kill Rychenko and Sam. 
	Rychenko tells X-Force about it: volunteers 
mutated and brainwashed to be moles in 
America, activated by oral command. Two 
decades later, Warborgs were sent to destroy 
them before they become liabilities, but found 
that some of them had children, which was 
supposedly impossible. She takes them to 
Racal's base, who is her father, and X-Force 
starts to suspect her motives.


Issue:	X-Force 112
Date:	Mar-01
Story:	Rage War Part 3 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Proudstar,
Bedlam, 
Domino
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Rychenko, SHIELD including Nick Fury,
Capt. 
Angel Tamaki; Pete Wisdom (in flashback) 
Villains:	Racal, Dr. Niles Roman
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writers: Ian Edginton
	Pencils & Inks: Jorge Lucas
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: Gina Going
	Asst. Editor: Frank Dunkerley
	Editor: Matt Hicks
	Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada
Synopsis:	Sam accuses Rychenko of lying; she says the 
truth would have complicated things. He 
demands they cure Jimmy, or he'll leave them 
bloody; he takes Racal, and SHIELD sees him 
blasting.
	Tabitha asks Rychenko why her father has 
girls in tanks, but she doesn't know. SHIELD 
surrounds them, and other task forces 
surround Domino in San Francisco, and Sam, 
Jesse, Jimmy, and Racal. Fury tells Sam they 
need to talk; he surrenders.
	In the Ural Mountains of Russia, Roman has 
girls in tanks.
	Jimmy recovers; Fury explains they're going 
after Roman, who killed Wisdom (iss. 105). 
Racal had used specs from Cuckoo (corrupt 
US spies) to make Meatspore Stormtroopers 
(iss. 102), Warborgs, and sleeper agents, but 
when his government decided to abduct the 
innocent children of the sleepers, he decided 
to act. To do so he had to activate the sleepers, 
who were programmed to assassinate U.S. 
soldiers.
	Fury wants X-Force to destroy Roman's base; 
SHIELD can't because Russia is now friendly. 
Roman is using the girls' ovaries to grow a 
private army.


Issue:	X-Force 113
Date:	Apr-01
Story:	Rage War Part 4 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Proudstar,
Bedlam, 
Domino
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Rychenko
Villains:	Dr. Niles Roman, Ford, Warborgs; Michael
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writers: Ian Edginton
	Pencils & Inks: Jorge Lucas
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: VLM
	Asst. Editor: Frank Dunkerley
	Editor: Matt Hicks
	Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada
Synopsis:	"Once upon a time, we shared a noble man's 
fine dream? and then we woke up!" X-Force 
and Rychenko attack Roman's base. Sam has 
Jesse disrupt all systems, so the only forces left 
are Warborgs, then sends Jimmy in with two 
Gatling guns. Roman recognizes them and 
sends his collection of monsters to attack. Sam 
concentrates his forces, making a way for 
Domino and Rychenko to get to the cold 
fusion reactor.
	Roman, realizing he is in jeopardy, has Ford 
wheel him to X-Force. He tells them they and 
Wisdom were deceived. He's trying to save 
humanity from an alien being which collided 
with Earth long ago, forming the moon, and 
shattering to bits, which have been growing as 
parasites ever since (see iss. 108).
	When he worked for Cuckoo, he realized its 
real aim was to convert Earth into a living 
alien ship; the Russians also realized this and 
tried to kill him; he used Cuckoo's technology 
to heal himself and was monstrously 
transformed. "I'm also missing half of my 
brain, but I get by. I haven't slept since 1971 
and exist mostly on baby food and prescribed 
narcotics injected into my brain stem." 
	Spies observe and remotely activate the 
Vibranium Initiative, which transforms 
Rychenko into a bomb and explodes her.


Issue:	X-Force 114
Date:	Mar-01 (?)
Story:	Epitaph, Part 1 of 2 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Proudstar,
Bedlam, 
Domino
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Gentechnic including Michael, Corben
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writers: Ian Edginton
	Pencils & Inks: Jorge Lucas
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: VLM
	Asst. Editor: Frank Dunkerley
	Editor: Matt Hicks
	Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada
Synopsis:	Buenos Aires, 6 months later: a bomb goes
off, 
to a lunching couple's approval. James flies to 
safety with Jesse and Domino. Gentechnic was 
harvesting tissues from mutant infants to cure 
rich people's diseases. X-Force has just blown 
up their building: the couple was Tabitha and 
Sam, his hair dyed black. They plan their next 
mission, having decided to play dead and 
operate overseas. Domino uses her luck to 
win lottery money to finance them.
	Shadow operatives track them en route to 
Australia; Domino senses something wrong, 
so they don't get on the plane, which Corben 
knocks out of the sky with eyebeams. James 
flies up to confront her, then brings her down 
for the team to interrogate. Jesse tortures her, 
making her brain sense pain, then puts her 
into a coma. Sam preps the team to go after 
the people who tried to kill them twice now.


Issue:	X-Force 115
Date:	Jun-01
Story:	Epitaph, Part 2 of 2 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Proudstar,
Bedlam, 
Domino; Pete Wisdom 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Alistaire Stuart; Maj. Valentina
Rychenko, Dr. 
Constantin Racal (in flashback)
Villains:	Tsung, Warborgs, Dr. Niles Roman (in 
flashback), Romany Wisdom
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writers: Ian Edginton
	Pencils & Inks: Jorge Lucas
	Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
	Colors: VLM
	Asst. Editor: Frank Dunkerley
	Editor: Matt Hicks
	Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada
Synopsis:	Then: James and Jesse attack Stuart's 
bodyguards in the streets of London and 
kidnap him.
	Now: a wounded and defeated Domino says 
attacking British Intel was the beginning of 
the end, and not everyone survived.
	Then: Stuart is shocked to find Wisdom, but 
Sam says it's just him with black hair. X-Force 
was supposedly killed in Russia (iss. 113); 
Stuart realizes they've been working with 
Wisdom's files. They want his help; he needs 
convincing; they relate their recent woes up to 
the interrogation of Corben (iss. 94-114): 
Romany Wisdom ordered them killed. Stuart 
says she heads a secret operation, but they 
could trace her through the parasite removed 
from Domino. 
	They attack her base, and she let them take 
out her men, but then orders them to 
surrender, die, or join her team. She takes 
them on a tour of the massive, underground 
base, constructed of technology like the alien 
parasite. She has culled death-row inmates 
and is using them as symbiotes to rewrite the 
human genome and eliminate disease and 
crime, in line with the alien technology. 
	She notes X-Force killed Gentechnic personnel 
who had families (last iss.); Jesse notes she's 
full of alien technology. They refuse to join 
her, so she sics symbiotes on them. Tabitha 
and Sam are overwhelmed before Jesse can 
use his power to disrupt them. Domino was 
evacuated by helicopter and doesn't know if 
anyone else survived.
	Pete Wisdom is with her interviewers; he has 
been dead, too, and thinks his sister will have 
escaped. He manipulated X-Force into saving 
the world and says they'll be back, too, when 
you least expect them.



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