"Recognitions": Two men rappel down from an aircraft to the roof of Steven Majorski's apartment building. They head down the stairs to Majorski's floor and use a locator beacon to home in on his location at his apartment. They pull out their guns and shoot up th
- I'm drained... but he's dead.
- -- Haywire
Appearing in "Recognitions"
- Alex Kingman
- Dr. Reisman
Synopsis for "Recognitions"
Two men rappel down from an aircraft to the roof of Steven Majorski's apartment building. They head down the stairs to Majorski's floor and use a locator beacon to home in on his location at his apartment. They pull out their guns and shoot up the door, gaining entry. Majorski hurls a barber pole lamp at the two men and it is shot out of the air. One of the men backhands Majorski against the wall and in a daze, he psionically calls his armor, transforming into Haywire. Haywire follows the two men to the roof and takes out their aircraft, killing everyone aboard.
Marlene arrives at the apartment and asks Majorski what happened. He can't remember and tells her so.
In Dr. Reisman's office, Alex Kingman tells the doctor how he installed cameras in his home. He then tells the doctor that he woke up exhausted one morning and checked the cameras to see himself getting out of bed, dressing and leaving the apartment in the middle of the night. Alex tells the doctor how his girlfriend spotted the cameras and left him. The doctor catches Alex calling his girlfriend Marlene instead of Caroline and asks him about it. Alex claims he doesn't know a Marlene.
Back at the secret organization's headquarters, new psionic armor has been developed. Men are being trained with it to defeat Haywire.
That night at the city morgue, three ninjas break in and make off with the body of the ninja that assassinated a prosecuting attorney. Elsewhere, on the street, Alex Kingman is recognized by Marlene, who thinks he is Steven Majorski.
Later, back at the secret organization's headquarters, a couple scientists turn on a ultrasonic transmitter designed to emit a frequency only Haywire can hear. The idea is to lure Haywire to the transmitter.
Haywire follows the signal to a rooftop bearing three men wearing the improved psionic armor. Haywire destroys the transmitter and attacks the armored men. Haywire kills two of them and tears off the third's arm. The one-armed man ignites his flight pack and escapes, knocking Haywire off the building.
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