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Femforce (1985) - #6
"Girl Talk"
AC Comics


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  Writer(s):
Bill Black

Penciller(s):
Robert Walker

Inker(s):
Bill Black

Colorist(s):
Rebekah Black

Letterer(s):
J. Walter 'Walt' Paisley

Editor(s):
Bill Black

Cover Artist(s):
Bill Black
Robert Walker
 

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Cover Date: 1986
Cover Price: US $ 1.75

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 24 pages

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Synopsis:
Synn has been brought to Jungle Island, where she floats in a stasis tank, her mind racing but apparently unable to do any harm. On the island, Joan and Tara share a long conversation about Tara's status as a Femforce member, Joan's personal life, Synn's origin, and some early history of the team. Meanwhile, in her penthouse, Nightveil broods about Dan Barton's return but is struck by a psychic blast before she can set out to unravel the mystery. Back on Jungle Island, bizarre menaces appear that reflect the worst fears of the people on the island. When the menaces fail to appear on the security scans, Tara concludes that they must be hallucinations and guesses, correctly, that Synn is responsible, Hurrying back to Synn's chamber, she is met by Ms V, Janis, and Nightveil, who releases Synn from the tank. Nightveil explains that the illusions were Synn's way of crying out, and she takes charge of the tragic girl, bringing her back to the Everglades Sanctuary where she can be better controlled. Synn says an emotional farewell to Joan, who has again been warned of the impending doom to befall her.

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