"Remote Control": Following his team’s extraction, Cordelia scolds an angry and indifferent Alex Fairchild over his leadership of the mission.  In New York, Lynch learns Alex’s location from a contact just as Burnout and Grunge return to the safehouse with Isaiah.  Lynch is about to chastise the

Gen 13 (Volume 2) #28 is an issue of the series Gen 13 (Volume 2) with a cover date of April, 1998.

Synopsis for "Remote Control"

Following his team’s extraction, Cordelia scolds an angry and indifferent Alex Fairchild over his leadership of the mission.  In New York, Lynch learns Alex’s location from a contact just as Burnout and Grunge return to the safehouse with Isaiah.  Lynch is about to chastise them when he recognizes Isaiah.  Dr. Tsung finds a monitor on Isaiah’s ankle just before a large robot bursts through the wall.  Uptown, Roxy catches up with her stepmother but has to avoid discussing Gen 13. At the safehouse, the team battles the robot, unaware that its owner, Russell Tindalos, is using it observe and study them.  It deflects all their attacks until Bobby convinces Isaiah to reset his powers, and he uses them to melt the robot to slag.  Just as Roxy returns, one intact component of it flies away with Grunge’s metamorphized hand.

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  • Hansen
  • Swertlow

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Notes

  • Originally published by Image Comics.
  • This issue is reprinted in the Gen 13: I Love New York trade paperback published in 1999.



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