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As the demented mutants take there twisted revenge on Dr. Misari, her mutagen seems to have restored Joan's youth, if not her powers. Free of her bonds, she tries to stop the former patients, only to learn they have attained super strength. Just as they are about to do away with her, Paragon finds Joan. After mopping up the crooked nursing home racket, they stage a public funeral for "Joan Wayne", to put that vulnerable persona to rest forever. In Miami, despite the protests of Rosenblum, due process must be served, and Iron Jaw is booked. One last, desparate escape attempt at the jail is stifled by a large, burly biker , who is himself released as thanks for holding Iron Jaw for the police. If only She-Cat, Crimebuster and Squeeks knew the truth... "The Death Of Joan Wayne", written by Bill Black, drawn by Brad Gorby, Eric Coile and Mark Heike, with inks by Heike. Guest starring Darkfire, General Gordon, and Dick Miller as"The Gravedigger". Then, in "Battlezone Triumphant", Paragon looks as if he's down for the count . Story by Bill Black, art by Andrew Pepoy and Chris Allen. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, full color throughout. Standard comic book format.