(2008)

Marvel, 2008 Series
 
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1
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ISBN
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Psi-Force / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Mark Texeira
Inks
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Colors
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Genre
superhero
Characters
Michael Crawley; Kathy Ling; Wayne Tucker; Tyrone Jessup; Stasi Inyushin; Psi-Hawk
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Hour of the Wolf! (Table of Contents: 1)

Psi-Force / comic story / 25 pages (report information)

Script
Steve Perry
Pencils
Mark Texeira
Inks
Kyle Baker
Colors
Bob Sharen
Letters
Jim Novak

Genre
superhero
Characters
Michael "Creepy" Crawley (introduction); Anastasia "Stasi" Inyushin (introduction); Tyrone Jessup (introduction); Kathy Ling (introduction); Wayne Tucker (introduction); Emmett "Hawk" Proudhawk (introduction, dies); Psi-Hawk (introduction); Colby Shaw (introduction); Serge Vladimiroff (introduction, villain); Mindwolf [Mikhail] (introduction, villain); Mr. Inyushin (introduction, flashback, dies); Mrs. Inyushin (introduction, flashback, dies); Aunt Masha (introduction, flashback, dies); Uncle Yakob (introduction, flashback, dies); Emily Proudhawk (introduction, flashback)
Synopsis
Kathy and Tyrone help Stasi and former CIA agent, Emmett, escape the KGB. They bring her to Sanctuary, which is run by Colby, where she meets Wayne and Michael. Emmett explains to the five teens how they need to protect each other, but Stasi feels that she is placing the others in danger by remaining. She contacts KGB agent Vladimiroff, to turn herself in, but Emmett and the others follow her. During the confrontation, Emmett is killed by Mindwolf. Wayne then leads the others to summon Psi-Hawk for the first time. The Psi-Hawk takes out Mindwolf and the five teens decide to stay together.
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Sanctuary (Table of Contents: 2)

Psi-Force / comic story / 25 pages (report information)

Script
Steve Perry
Pencils
Mark Texeira
Inks
Hilary Barta; Romeo Tanghal
Colors
Bob Sharen
Letters
Diana Albers

Genre
superhero
Characters
Michael Crawley; Anastasia "Stasi" Inyushin; Tyrone Jessup; Kathy Ling; Wayne Tucker; "the Skipper" (introduction); Colby Shaw; Psi-Hawk; Selena French (introduction); Mindwolf (dead, cameo); CIA Special Forces Group Leader (introduction); Susan Gilman (introduction); Emmett Proudhawk (dead)
Synopsis
Carrying Proudhawk's body, the teens are pursued by the police and C.I.A. on their way back to Sanctuary. Using their powers, the group are able to elude their pursuers, but they are finally apprehended by C.I.A. agents outside of Sanctuary. The agents demand answers, but Wayne has the group create the Psi-Hawk. The teens are all gunned down by the agents, but the Psi-Hawk fights them off, erases all knowledge of the recent events from their minds, and then heals all five teens. Only "the Skipper", a C.I.A. friend of Proudhawk's, is allowed to retain his memories.
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Warriors! (Table of Contents: 3)

Psi-Force / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Danny Fingeroth
Pencils
Mark Texeira
Inks
Mark Texeira; Marie Severin
Colors
Marie Severin
Letters
Joe Rosen; John Morelli

Genre
superhero
Characters
Michael "Creepy" Crawley; Stasi Inyushin; Tyrone Jessup; Kathy Ling; Wayne Tucker; Psi-Hawk; Colby Shaw; "the Skipper"; CIA Director; Ms. Smollett (introduction); Felicia (introduction, cameo); Cool (introduction, villain); Stig (introduction, villain)
Synopsis
Tyrone learns from "the Skipper" that Emmett had mentally “pushed” each of the teens into coming to San Francisco. Wayne leaves but eventually returns due to some form of mental push from the Psi-Hawk.
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Going Home (Table of Contents: 4)

Psi-Force / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Danny Fingeroth
Pencils
Mark Texeira
Inks
Hilary Barta; Al Milgrom
Colors
Bob Sharen
Letters
Joe Rosen

Genre
superhero
Characters
Michael "Creepy" Crawley; Stasi Inyushin; Tyrone Jessup; Kathy Ling; Wayne Tucker; Psi-Hawk; Bert Olson (introduction); Mr. Ling (introduction); Mrs. Ling (introduction); "the Skipper"; Grace (introduction)
Synopsis
Olson, a PI hired by Kathy's parents, brings her back home to Woodland Hills, CA. Psi-Hawk fails in an attempt to push her back to San Francisco. Wayne pushes her to meet with the other four in an attempt to bring her back. Kathy refuses, but returns home to find Olson showing her parents photos of her using her powers. Kathy strikes him down with her powers and the other teens arrive to come to her aid. Stasi heals Olson and Wayne erases the memories of Olson and her parents. Realizing she needs the protection of the group, Kathy returns with the rest to Sanctuary.
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The Touch (Table of Contents: 5)

Psi-Force / comic story / 23 pages (report information)

Script
Danny Fingeroth
Pencils
Mark Texeira
Inks
Brett Breeding; Al Milgrom; Mark Texeira
Colors
George Roussos
Letters
Joe Rosen

Genre
superhero
Characters
Michael Crawley; Anastasia "Stasi" Inyushin; Tyrone Jessup; Kathy Ling; Wayne Tucker; Dr. Wilfred Linden (introduction, dies); Colby Shaw; Stalker [Thomas Boyd] (introduction, villain); Derek Shiningstar (introduction, in shadows, villain)
Synopsis
Derek Shiningstar (in the shadows) gives Thomas Boyd the codename "Stalker" and sends him to capture the five teens. Boyd travels to Sanctuary posing as a runaway. Using his power to steal others' energy he knocks out four of the group. When he tries the same with Stasi, he finds that she is immune to his powers. During their battle, their powers lock and Stasi overcomes Boyd rendering him unconscious. Stasi heals the other four but then returns to find Boyd gone.
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...Where the Heart Is (Table of Contents: 6)

Psi-Force / comic story / 23 pages (report information)

Script
Danny Fingeroth
Pencils
Mike Vosburg
Inks
Al Milgrom
Colors
Bob Sharen
Letters
Joe Rosen

Genre
superhero
Characters
Michael "Creepy" Crawley; Anastasia "Stasi" Inyushin; Tyrone Jessup; Kathy Ling; Wayne Tucker; Colby Shaw; Lowell Jessup (introduction); Joan Jessup (introduction); Richard Jessup (introduction); Cool (villain)
Synopsis
On Christmas Eve, Tyrone sends his astral form to visit his family and stops his brother, Richard, from also running away from home. Meanwhile, Cool and his gang threaten Tyrone's body and the other four teens come to his defense. Tyrone returns to his body in time to take out Cool. Because of the fight, Colby Shaw demands that the five teens leave Sanctuary. An hour later, the group is on the road.
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Deadly Piper (Table of Contents: 7)

Psi-Force / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
David Michelinie
Pencils
Bob Hall
Inks
Romeo Tanghal
Colors
Bob Sharen
Letters
Phil Felix

Genre
superhero
Characters
Michael "Creepy" Crawley; Stasi Inyushin; Tyrone Jessup; Kathy Ling; Wayne Tucker; Jackie Prentiss (introduction); Mona Freemont (introduction); Skits (introduction); Doug Tanner (introduction, villain); Mr. Flowers (introduction, villain)
Synopsis
The teens travel to Seattle and end up at the Sanctuary home located there. Except for Kathy, the group learns that one of the volunteers at the home is using girls at the Sanctuary for "auditions" with sleazy film producers and that Kathy has just gone to an audition. They rescue Kathy and decide to return to San Francisco to settle their problems at a more stable place.
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Trapped (Table of Contents: 8)

Psi-Force / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Danny Fingeroth
Pencils
Mark Texeira
Inks
Mark Texeira
Colors
Bob Sharen
Letters
Joe Rosen

Genre
superhero
Characters
Michael Crawley; Anastasia "Stasi" Inyushin; Tyrone Jessup; Kathy Ling; Wayne Tucker; Psi-Hawk; Stalker [Thomas Boyd]; Derek Shiningstar (in shadows, villain); Charlie (introduction, villain); Jack (introduction, villain); Laszlo (introduction, villain)
Synopsis
Stalker ambushes the teens as they are touring the Alcatraz prison. They summon the Psi-Hawk to help fight him, but Boyd is able to absorb the Psi-Hawk's energies until it vanishes. When Derek Shiningstar's agents arrive, Stalker realizes that they are there to kill the teens and that he has been lied to. Stalker turns on the agents and helps form the Psi-Hawk to defeat the agents. Stalker realizes he's burned his bridges with Shiningstar, but that he doesn't feel safe with the teens either, and leaves alone. The group decides to seek out Emmett Proudhawk's grandmother for help.
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Pushed Too Far (Table of Contents: 9)

Psi-Force / comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script
Fabian Nicieza
Pencils
Bob Hall
Inks
Armando Gil; Art Nichols
Colors
Bob Sharen
Letters
Joe Rosen

Genre
superhero
Characters
Michael Crawley; Anastasia "Stasi" Inyushin; Tyrone Jessup; Kathy Ling; Wayne Tucker; Alan Moran (introduction, dies); Colby Shaw; Mr. Albert Moran (introduction); Mrs. Moran (introduction)
Synopsis
Wayne is overcome with guilt because he thinks that he pushed another Sanctuary resident to kill himself. Michael helps Wayne come to terms with his guilt and realize that he did not push the other teen.
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Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Psi-Force
  2. 1. Hour of the Wolf!
    Psi-Force
  3. 2. Sanctuary
    Psi-Force
  4. 3. Warriors!
    Psi-Force
  5. 4. Going Home
    Psi-Force
  6. 5. The Touch
    Psi-Force
  7. 6. ...Where the Heart Is
    Psi-Force
  8. 7. Deadly Piper
    Psi-Force
  9. 8. Trapped
    Psi-Force
  10. 9. Pushed Too Far
    Psi-Force
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