||"The more things change...!"
||36 (including the cover)
||Jim Shooter (plot), Ken Gale
(plot), Len Wein (script)
||Greg Boone (pencils), Mike
||Ben Jung, Brian Mover
||The Good Guys
Good Guys float ashore from where they were left in the last issue.
kid/family interaction drama. Flex visits White Crane's family. Flex
no respect for White Crane's mom and dad and just lifts the sofa 4 feet
into the air with them sitting on it. White Crane apologizes to her
and her parents basically just write it off. Flex shows no remorse
regret and later compliments White Crane saying
that her parents
are great. Flex also says "she sensed something odd back there". The
part of the encounter was Flex lifting people she didn't know into the
air while smiling about it. Of course Flex's father invited someone
in issue #4 and immediately walked out on the person. The Neale family
has an established pattern of very odd social skills.
Per prearranged agreement, the kids appear at Mister Gatesman's Summer
home. Mr. Gatesman is Ridgely's dad from the previous issue. Mr.
expresses his sincere appreciation of being saved and insists on
the kids with whatever they would like. Mr. Gatesman tells the kids to
think it over and he makes arrangements for the kids to be watched by
Sombre" (Aunt Shadow?). Meanwhile, some bad kids have been causing
around town. Dan Neale finds out about it. All the events pans out to
Guys vs. more Bad Guys all over again. It ends with
a bad girl named
Freezer Burn freezing everyone.
||Mile High Comics