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"False Start": Sentinel Team Alpha is on a ship en-route to their first mission, and the Sentinels all feel connected by the deep connection shared by being infected with the Chimera virus, and despite their bickering, they get along well. Suddenly, the ship is attacked by a massive water-based
Appearing in "False Start"
- Sentinel Team Alpha
- Lieutenant Murphy
- Sergeant Joseph Capelli
- Sergeant Benjamin Warner
- Corporal Hank Leavitt
- Specialist Campbell (Dies)
- Specialist Waldron
Synopsis for "False Start"
Sentinel Team Alpha is on a ship en-route to their first mission, and the Sentinels all feel connected by the deep connection shared by being infected with the Chimera virus, and despite their bickering, they get along well. Suddenly, the ship is attacked by a massive water-based Chimera monster, and Team Alpha hurriedly equips and prepares themselves and makes a desperate attempt to fight it back alongside the ships' crew. The efforts fail, and the order is given to abandon ship, though only Team Alpha and a sole-remaining sailor makes it to shore as the monster pulls the ship under with all hands aboard. Intact and relatively armed, Team Alpha, determining they are only 40 miles away from the base, decide to march, though the sailor quickly suffers from frostbite (unlike the enhanced soldiers). Suddenly, one of the Sentinels, Campbell, is shot dead, and his comrades take cover. The Chimera creature in question can make itself invisible; and so is able to kill the sailor, though Capelli takes charge of the team and outmaneuvers and knives the creature to death. The team then moves onward, leaving Campbell's body behind.
Appearing in the 2nd Story
- Johnny Grayson
- James Grayson
Synopsis for the 2nd Story
The side-story on James Grayson continues; the war has advanced to France, with Johnny and his R.A.F. squadron fighting them back. James naturally couldn't imagine what his brother saw and did, but naturally knows it must have been horrible. While volunteering for a high-risk mission, Johnny's plane goes down over Berlin; the news of which devastates their mother though nevertheless gives her a sense of pride for Johnny's heroic demise. This makes James think about what he has been doing and, consumed with shame, decided to rejoin the military a week later (when France fell to the Chimera); while the R.A.F. wouldn't take him back, the Royal Marine Commandos (who were taking anyone) accepted James and he was commissioned as a Private and plans to join the war. One evening, James' criminal past catches up with him when his old gang finds him in a deserted London street, and pressure him not to leave their gang (which involves small-time thieving; of which James was apparently very good at). James naturally no longer finds this life appealing; and fights his old gang until several policemen arrive. Recognizing James' authority; the policemen immediately arrest the gang, and James leaves his old life behind to join the war.
- Resistance is published by WildStorm Productions and is based upon the alternate history first-person shooter game developed by Insomniac Games and published by Sony Computer Entertainment.
- The events from this six-issue story-arc takes before the events of Resistance: Fall of Man, Resistance 2, and preludes to Resistance: Retribution.
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