Fusion #9 Page 9

25th Mar 2014, 7:01 AM in Spit and Wind
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Fusion #9 Page 9
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EssayBee 25th Mar 2014, 7:01 AM edit delete
EssayBee
Here's page 9 of Fusion #9, and Alanna brings some good news . . . but is trouble also brewing?
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Black Rose 25th Mar 2014, 7:20 AM edit delete reply
What kind of trouble for Fusion?
Xade 25th Mar 2014, 7:56 AM edit delete reply
Xade
oh biy, nice thoughts, good for panicked milita and I hope that is a signal and not a missle
mjkj 25th Mar 2014, 8:07 AM edit delete reply
mjkj
Ah, nice she is cheering up again :)

I hope it is good company that can help get the refugees out at once.


...but of course trouble is always brewing.
Black Rose 25th Mar 2014, 11:41 AM edit delete reply
If that's the case,Fusion will have her work cut out for her.
KLCtheBookWorm 25th Mar 2014, 10:54 AM edit delete reply
It's always nice when the panicked bad guys leave you stuff you can use.

I hope that's back-up from Brooder and not the missiles promised on the cover.
Phantomskyler 25th Mar 2014, 11:45 AM edit delete reply
Phantomskyler
Its either the miltia coming back with their "in case of superhero" armory, Mr. Lord or Major Power to rain on her parade even more, or possibly the UN who are PISSED.

Either way, the answer is probably not good for Fusion.

I just thought of something, WAAAAAAY back when Major Powers was shown in the area on tv... If the SAS can't get in there because of the UN how the hell is Major Asshat the Mighty Clone able to be there with a free day pass?
Zodo 25th Mar 2014, 11:55 AM edit delete reply
The SAS is specifically forbidden to take action by the UN. Major Power is able to be there for the same reason that Fusion is: He's not part of a super-team, and as an 'independent', is allowed to do whatever he wants.
EssayBee 25th Mar 2014, 12:33 PM edit delete reply
EssayBee
The attack that Major Power stopped was inside the U.S. Embassy, so it was technically U.S. territory. Major Power probably violated Darmar's airspace getting there, but the Darmarian government wanted to distance themselves from an act of aggression against the U.S. government more than they cared to split hairs over what was essentially a legal intervention on Major Power's part.
Just_IDD 25th Mar 2014, 1:35 PM edit delete reply
If you come in from high enough, say outer space, then you are not violating air space. Otherwise the ISS/SAS and everything else would be causing a big stink. Outer space by treaty starts at 100km(62 miles). which is much lower than a stable orbit. As a comparison, weather balloons top out about 50km feet. Airliners fly to around 13 km, Mt Everest is 8,848m.
Just_IDD 25th Mar 2014, 1:37 PM edit delete reply
just km, no feet. I thought I removed all of the feet references, but I guess not.
EssayBee 25th Mar 2014, 4:01 PM edit delete reply
EssayBee
Glad you did all the conversions . . . saved me the foot work. (Ba-da bump!)
Guest 27th Mar 2014, 8:39 PM edit delete reply
below the outer space limit, and above the airspace granted by the u.s. embassy would be darmarian airspace. this allows airplanes to fly overhead and operate under local law, not sure what the limit is, but i know there is one.

so ya, MP did in fact violate darmarian airspace to reach the embassy. of course proving it is a whole other matter (he could say he magically teleported, but they might just disregard that answer, hence the world of politics and international law).
man in black 25th Mar 2014, 8:26 PM edit delete reply
man in black
Yes hopefully it is a good signal