Issue(s): Dazzler #37
Dazzler responds to a call for help from a previously unmentioned friend, who turns out to be forcefully connected to a computer system...
...by the company called Revenge, Inc., which Dazzler had a previous encounter with.
The friend uses her embedded computer system to kill most of the members of Revenge (and no, that's not Cyclops)...
...but her humanity asserts itself long enough for her to spare the life of her former boyfriend and Dazzler, and to kill herself.
The computer has the ability to generate "solid light" holograms which i guess makes as much sense as Klaw's solid sound constructions.
Even though Dazzler's power also involves lights, there's no connection drawn between the holograms and her.
Dazzler does show the ability to generate holograms of her own for the first time.
Tom Morgan has a long but scatter-shot career, with semi-long runs on Alpha Flight and Iron Man, but otherwise just a lot of fill-ins on both pencils and inks. Altogether, it's a competent enough fill-in, but nothing special. Dazzler will get a regular creative team starting next issue, but it'll nonetheless be cancelled soon.
Quality Rating: C
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Implant? N
Reprinted In: N/A
Characters Appearing: Dazzler
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