"The Magical Mystery Tour": Fairchild hacks Lynch’s computer files in search of information on her father and uncovers a lead involving an archaeological expedition off the coast of Africa. Lynch catches her and tells her not to pursue it, but she refuses to listen. Unbeknownst to him, she take
- For some strange reason, I always seem to lose articles of clothing whenever we get into trouble!
Synopsis for "The Magical Mystery Tour"
Fairchild hacks Lynch’s computer files in search of information on her father and uncovers a lead involving an archaeological expedition off the coast of Africa. Lynch catches her and tells her not to pursue it, but she refuses to listen. Unbeknownst to him, she takes the rest of Gen 13 to Beverly Hills to meet with Caroline McArthur whose foundation conducted the expedition. She explains to the team that the expedition involved searching for a “fountain of youth” on the unexplored Isle du Mystere and that its leader, her son Jim, has disappeared. Caitlin tells her Gen 13 will find her son if she can arrange their transportation to the island, and she agrees. The next morning, Lynch realizes what the team is doing and sets out after them. The team is approaching the island in a boat when it collides with a ship in the fog and capsizes. Fairchild swims ashore while Grunge and Rainmaker wash up further down the beach. Grunge awakens to find a group of Coda standing over him.
Appearing in "The Magical Mystery Tour"
- Coda Sisterhood
- Diana (First appearance)
- Dykstra (First appearance)
- Mira (First appearance)
- Daphne Morgan (First appearance)
- Biko (guide)
- Stevens (butler)
- Isle du Mystere (First appearance)
- United States of America
Synopsis for "Robot Ruckus, Part 1"
Grunge is playing with action figures, and Fairchild is making tea when Lynch bursts into the room, orders Gen 13 to attention, and quizzes them on combat tactics. When Grunge draws a blank, Lynch punches him in the face. The tea kettle whistles, and Lynch freaks out, flashing back to his Team 7 days and spraying the living room with machine gun fire. Then, the alarm goes off, and Lynch points to a monitor showing a giant robot trashing downtown.
Appearing in "Robot Ruckus, Part 1"
- Maul (disguised as a giant robot) (On a TV or computer screen)
- Originally published by Image Comics.
- "Robot Ruckus, Part 1" is a parody of Gen 13 and so is (probably) non-canonical.
- "The Magical Mystery Tour" is reprinted in:
- Gen 13: Lost in Paradise trade paperback (1996);
- Wildstorm Archives: Gen 13 trade paperback (1998);
- Gen 13: Starting Over trade paperback (1999).