Appearing in the 1st Story
- Diehard (appears in both flashback and main story)
- The Allies (First Appearance) (flashback only)
- Nazis (flashback only)
Synopsis for the 1st Story
The former superheroine Glory recalls battling the Nazis alongside Diehard and SuperPatriot in the superhero team the Allies during World War II. She then relates how SuperPatriot was recently abducted by the Cyberdata corporation and transformed into a cyborg. She wants Diehard and Shaft to find SuperPatriot, restore his humanity, and punish Cyberdata.
Appearing in "untitled"
- Chapel (appears in both flashback and main story)
- Al Simmons (flashback only)
- Cybernet (First Appearance) (flashback only)
- Giger (First Appearance) (flashback only)
- War Dogs (First Appearance) (flashback only)
- Jason Wynn (appears in both flashback and main story)
- Operation: Knightstrike (First Appearance) (flashback only)
- Duke (First Appearance) (Death) (flashback only)
- Extreme Universe/Spawn Universe
Synopsis for "untitled"
In his personal log, Chapel describes a CIA mission six years ago in which he, Al Simmons, and an operative named Duke were sent to St. Louis to destroy a safehouse belonging to the terrorist group Cybernet. Once they wiped out the group’s cybernetic War Dogs, Cybernet’s leader Giger taunted Chapel over a video link and set the facility to self-destruct. Chapel killed Duke for betraying the CIA, and he and Simmons flee before the building exploded. Three days later, they met with their supervisor Jason Wynn, but he refused to reveal what Duke did. Five years later, Wynn tries to hire Chapel for a job, but Chapel refuses. In retaliation, Wynn contacts Giger.
- George McCarthy and Paul Scott are credited with "Technical Assistance".
- This issue includes a pin-up of Glory by Rob Liefeld and Danny Miki.
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