"Getting Better Even Worse": Lynch is hiking in the Ugandan wilderness when he sees something fall from a portal in the sky and crash land.  He investigates and is attacked by cybernetic creatures.  Just as they subdue him, a man covered in mud destroys them then passes out.  Lynch cleans him up

Gen 13 (Volume 2) #38 is an issue of the series Gen 13 (Volume 2) with a cover date of April, 1999.

Synopsis for "Getting Better Even Worse"

Lynch is hiking in the Ugandan wilderness when he sees something fall from a portal in the sky and crash land.  He investigates and is attacked by cybernetic creatures.  Just as they subdue him, a man covered in mud destroys them then passes out.  Lynch cleans him up enough to recognize him as Sigma.  In Florida the previous night, Gen 13 cooked Alex Fairchild dinner as thanks for looking after them.  Afterward, as they went back to their cabins, Roxy embraced Alex as her father.  All were unaware that Coda assassins had arrived and taken Rainmaker hostage.  A week earlier, Ivana Baiul’s ally introduced her to his newest version of the Keepers which are more effective, but sensory isolated.  These are identical to the creatures that would later attack Lynch.  Baiul ordered one of her scientists to remove one of the new Keepers’ armor so she could speak to the operative inside.  Once he did, she was shocked to discover these new Keepers are not armored troops but rather extensively altered cyborgs.

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Synopsis for "The Roar of the Greasepaint"

Grunge visits a carnival and is scared by a clown.  Wherever he goes, the clown follows him.  Finally, he watches the clown twist balloons for some kids and chastises himself for his fear.  Behind his back, the clown smiles wide, exposing a mouth full of jagged teeth.

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  • "The Roar of the Greasepaint" is reprinted in Gen 13: Carny Folk published in February 2000.



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