"Ghosts In The Machine - Part 6: Doomsday Tuesday": Spectre has entered the digital world created by Richard Redditch; while the evil one continues to manipulate Mr. Rand's body and activates the nuclear defense program known as "monster". T
Spectre (Volume 2) #29 is an issue of the series Spectre (Volume 2) with a cover date of September, 1989.
Synopsis for "Ghosts In The Machine - Part 6: Doomsday Tuesday"
Spectre has entered the digital world created by Richard Redditch; while the evil one continues to manipulate Mr. Rand's body and activates the nuclear defense program known as "monster". The US authorities are too late to stop monster and although they kill Mr. Rand, the essence of Redditch leaves the body and goes into the digital world, where he continues to provide the necessary energy for "monster".
Spectre and Redditch meet in the digital world and they start fighting. Although Redditch has the advantage of having unlimited power, Spectre manages to overcome this obstacle by absorbing all of Redditch's attacks and using that energy to enlarge himself and increase his own powers. Without much choice, Redditch is forced to flee and Spectre follows him across the electric system.
The US authorities become desperate to stop "monster" and in the meantime, Pete Quarral and Praxis decide to check the corpse of Redditch in the morgue, to make sure the threat is actually eliminated. At that moment, Redditch's essence arrives to the morgue and takes control of Redditch's corpse. Praxis and Quarral realize their firearms cannot harm a deadman and instead, they set the zombie on fire, allowing Spectre to send Redditch to hell. However, in the last minute, Redditch's essence attacks Praxis, but seconds later, everything goes back to normal.
Redditch has been eliminated, "monster" is deactivated and Spectre believes the threat is truly over. However, as Praxis leaves New York City, his eyes glows with the same yellow radiance from Redditch's eyes.
Appearing in "Ghosts In The Machine - Part 6: Doomsday Tuesday"
- Pete Quarral
- Richard Redditch (Apparent Death)
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