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Gen13 has seen a lot of action lately, and things certainly aren't going to slow down now! Fairchild may be troubled, Rainmaker may be wasted, Freefall may be frustrated, Burnout may be curious, and Grunge may be... Grunge, but that won't stop the terror of the Seven Deadly Sins incarnate! The confrontation between the Gen-Actives and this new group representing mankind's worst faults leads to a shocking conclusion and sets up the revelation of something even more shocking in next month's issue #50!

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Grunge is "that guy".

Grunge commits a fashion faux pas by wearing a t-shirt with his team name on it: the superhero equivalent of wearing a t-shirt of the band whose show who are going to see.


Lynch, in his "Earl" form, is hit by a truck.



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The Gen-13 crew battle an in-fighting sin inspired family, the Saturnelli family, who are about as threatening as they are forgettable and generic. When you have 'Sloth' as the villain and he's homeless bum who shows up late to a lost fight on his side, you begin to forget quickly what a one-sided story this is. No challenge or intrigue, all style and no substance- despite good art. ...

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