"Tourist Trap!": Pirates have rescued Freefall and Burnout, forcing Roxy to cook and clean for them while Bobby shows off his powers. Their leader, Lucius Morgan a.k.a. the Pirate King, has agreed to help them rescue their teammates when he and his men take on the Coda. On the island, a Coda h
- If I see another cooking pot, I'm going to go completely postal!
- — Freefall
Synopsis for "Tourist Trap!"
Pirates have rescued Freefall and Burnout, forcing Roxy to cook and clean for them while Bobby shows off his powers. Their leader, Lucius Morgan a.k.a. the Pirate King, has agreed to help them rescue their teammates when he and his men take on the Coda. On the island, a Coda harem uses Grunge for breeding stock while their Majestrix Andromache interrogates Rainmaker, convinced she is a spy for the Pirate King. In the jungle, Fairchild finds a downed airplane and stumbles upon Jim McArthur. On the pirate ship, Morgan reveals to Burnout that he once had a relationship with a Coda warrior that produced a daughter. Upon her birth, the Coda kept her and executed the mother. Now, he intends to rescue the girl. She is the Majestrix’s attendant, Daphne, and she tells her story to the captive Rainmaker. Sarah promises to help her escape, and Daphne frees her. At Narita Airport in Japan, IO Black Hammers attack Lynch. The next morning, Fairchild and McArthur reconnoiter the Coda Citadel, and Caitlin prepares to rescue her friends.
Appearing in "Tourist Trap!"
- Coda Sisterhood
- International Operations
- Alaena (Mentioned only)
- Benitez (pirate)
- Heisler (pirate)
- Sqeeg (pirate)
Synopsis for "Robot Ruckus, Part 2"
Lynch tells Gen 13 to get moving while, downtown, the giant robot defeats a team of Black Razors with a giant bowling ball. Fairchild attacks first, but the robot knocks her into the apartment of a disaffected comics fan. Burnout goes next, but the robot douses him in a water tower and then drops him from the height of a building.
Appearing in "Robot Ruckus, Part 2"
- Maul (disguised as a giant robot)
- Originally published by Image Comics.
- "Robot Ruckus, Part 2" is a parody of Gen 13 and so is (probably) non-canonical.
- "Tourist Trap!" 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).
- Lynch's storyline continues in Deathblow #20.
- Pirates Benitez and Heisler are named after artist Joe Benitez and writer, letterer, and editor Michael Heisler, respectively.