"Failed Universe part 1": While Roxy and Grunge compete at a dance game in a video arcade, the rest of Gen 13 and Trauma Queen discuss their relationship.  Caitlin recalls Roxy gushing to her all the reasons why she loves Grunge. Bobby points out that Grunge has never taken advantage of Roxy, un

Gen 13 (Volume 2) #68 is an issue of the series Gen 13 (Volume 2) with a cover date of October, 2001.

Synopsis for "Failed Universe part 1"

While Roxy and Grunge compete at a dance game in a video arcade, the rest of Gen 13 and Trauma Queen discuss their relationship.  Caitlin recalls Roxy gushing to her all the reasons why she loves Grunge. Bobby points out that Grunge has never taken advantage of Roxy, unaware that, months earlier, Lynch put a mental block in Grunge’s mind preventing him from seeking sex with her.  Grunge has related to Bobby how Roxy has become an anime enthusiast and made music mix CDs for him.  Unbeknownst to all, Grunge was caught the day before by strange beings contracted to brainwash him into carrying a destructive neuroprogram onto the Carrier on his next trip to see Swift. Sarah recalls Roxy’s frustration over how emotionally obtuse Grunge is, repeatedly missing her romantic signals.  Bobby points out that Grunge does not intend to hurt Roxy, but Leslie dismisses that as an excuse for his behavior.  Shortly after Roxy and Grunge return home, a door opens to the Carrier.  Roxy follows Grunge through to find Swift waiting on the other side.

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