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Appearing in "The Maxx"

Featured Characters:

  • Maxx (First Appearance)

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  • God Clan
    • Ret'qark'n

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Synopsis for "The Maxx"

In the Outback, The Maxx had spotted Ret'qark'n of the God Clan coming closer and had attempted to hide from him. Ret'qark'n spotted the Maxx and chased him, attempting to hit him with his club. The Maxx ran until he fell into some boards where the "impenetrable jungle queen" who stabbed him was hiding. In reality, the "jungle queen" was Julie Winters, who sedated him, knocking him unconscious. Julie questioned who the Maxx was in reality.

Appearing in "Bloodwulf"

Featured Characters:

Villains:

  • Seymour Butts (Only appearance; dies)

Other Characters:

  • Cable (Cameo)
  • Lobo (Cameo)
  • Praxons (First Appearance)

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Synopsis for "Bloodwulf"

Impersonating a courier, Bloodwulf infiltrates the moon Praxon 9.  He kills the moon’s chief administrator, Seymour Butts, for insulting his grandmother and leaves behind a special package.  He fights his way past Praxon security to reach his space bike. It doubles as a massive energy gun, and he uses it to obliterate his pursuers.  Bloodwulf flees into space just before the package he left detonates, destroying Praxon 9.

Appearing in "Deathblow"

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  • Manuel Ortega (First Appearance) (On a TV or computer screen)

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  • Pietro Handgun

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Synopsis for "Deathblow"

In the Central American country of Costa Mesa, International Operations operative Michael Cray, a.k.a. Deathblow, is transported up a river by boat.  Once the boat docks, he executes its captain.  In Washington, D.C., IO chief Miles Craven and Director of Operations John Lynch brief one of Cray’s former subordinates, Lt. J. L. Conrad, on his next mission.  They falsely tell him that Cray has gone rogue and plans to assassinate Costa Mesan dictator Manuel Ortega.  They then order Conrad and his strike team to intercept Cray in Costa Mesa and kill him.  Later, as a skeptical Conrad and his men arrive in country, Lynch questions the necessity of the assignment.  Craven tells him that Ortega has become a liability to the U.S. government and is to be taken out with credible deniability.

Notes

  • Darker Image was originally intended as a four-issue mini-series, but only this issue was ever published.
  • Bloodwulf is a parody of the DC Comics character Lobo.
  • The Deathblow story in this issue is later reprinted in Deathblow vol. 1 #0 which includes new material that finishes the plot. After this issue, Deathblow next appears in Deathblow vol. 1 #1.

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