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"Breach of Trust, Part 2": The Authority have come to the Arizona bunker and justify in denying Stormwatch nor anyone from taking the bunker's contents as it could possibly be too dangerous. Jackson King argues against this, stating that his team had come to either destroy or may of use Henry Be
Appearing in "Breach of Trust, Part 2"
- Henry Bendix (Flashback only)
- Isiah King (Flashback only)
Synopsis for "Breach of Trust, Part 2"
The Authority have come to the Arizona bunker and justify in denying Stormwatch nor anyone from taking the bunker's contents as it could possibly be too dangerous. Jackson King argues against this, stating that his team had come to either destroy or may of use Henry Bendix's possession if it is dangerous or beneficial, respectively, and pointing that he doesn't trust the Authority and their interference by recalling their brief rule over the United States which had led to Washington, D.C.'s nuclear destruction. The argument culminates both Authority and Stormwatch into battle against each other with King successfully psychically manipulating Jenny Quarx fighting against the Doctor.
Throughout the battle, both sides berates each other for their past flaws; especially from the original core members of Stormwatch who criticized the former members of StormWatch Black for being absent at Skywatch when it was infested with aliens; Jack Hawksmoor inferring to King's mistrust to the Authority for being 'uninvited' to the team; and Cannon recalling to Hawksmoor for having his team indirectly capturing him (Cannon) to be cruelly experimented by Bendix. The latter episode provoked Hawksmoor to inadvertently offending Cannon, in which Cannon slams into him and badly hurting Hawksmoor due to the fact that he is powerless without being in urban areas. The Engineer retaliated by blasting Cannon, which also knock into a similar battered state as Hawksmoor. This forces Stormwatch and the Authority into a more heated struggle.
- This issue recalls to the events to WildC.A.T.s/Aliens, Winter's imprisonment in the sun in The Authority: Scorched Earth, and Cannon's ordeal in Grifter (Vol 2) #11.
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