"Warrior Spirit, Part 3": Spartan fights his way through Dr. Able’s men, damaging his arm as a result. He confronts Able, demanding answers, but Able deactivates him. He awakens to Able repairing him. Able explains his plan to awaken and contain the Soul Devourer and, in so doing, prove his theo
Spartan: Warrior Spirit #3 is an issue of the series Spartan: Warrior Spirit (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1995.
Appearing in "Warrior Spirit, Part 3"
- Spartan (Flashback and main story)
- Dr. Able (Flashback and main story)
- Allison Krieger (Flashback and main story)
- Zachary Krieger (First appearance) (Flashback only)
- Chen Zu
Synopsis for "Warrior Spirit, Part 3"
Spartan fights his way through Dr. Able’s men, damaging his arm as a result. He confronts Able, demanding answers, but Able deactivates him. He awakens to Able repairing him. Able explains his plan to awaken and contain the Soul Devourer and, in so doing, prove his theory that science can be used to control magic. He got financial backing for this effort from Kaizen Gamorra, but Gamorra eventually turned on him. Able further reveals that he created a prototype android modeled on his late son-in-law, Zachary Krieger. But, before he could finish, Jacob Marlowe bought out the project and used the prototype to create Spartan. When the Gamorrans attacked the temple, Able used his knowledge of Spartan’s technology to bring him to Tibet to defend it. Able then shows Spartan a control chip he removed from Spartan’s body put there by Marlowe. Angered by Able’s secrecy and manipulation, Spartan nevertheless saves him from a Hunter-Killer and agrees to keep defending the temple. Hunter-Killers swarm the building, and Spartan holds them off as Able explains he took the defense systems down to power the machine awakening the Soul Devourer. Spartan links to the defense systems and repels the Gamorrans while Able contains the Devourer. Spartan and Allison tell him to end the dangerous experiment, but Able refuses. The WildC.A.T.s arrive and fight their way through the Hunter-Killers. In response, Able demands Spartan immediately choose to side with him or with the WildC.A.T.s.
- Originally published by Image Comics.
- This issue includes a pin-up of Spartan by Spade and Jerome Moore.
- No trivia.