Synopsis: Felling alone and unwanted in this world, thirteen year old Jeanne-Marie Beaubier tries to commit suicide and jumps of the nunnery’s roof only to discover that she can fly. Joyfully telling Sister Anne of the miracle she witnessed, Jeanne-Marie is severely punished for blasphemy. The girl’s fragile psyche cracks, and a second personality emerges, one that wants to break free from the restricting surroundings. After being away from the school for three days, a confused Jeanne-Marie returns only to endure more punishment. Five years later, the nun congratulates on her progress ever since “the incident“ and accepts Jeanne-Marie’s application to join the teaching staff. Given her own room, Jeanne-Marie thinks that she has finally all she ever dreamed of, when again her other personality makes itself heard, seeking freedom. Within the hour, Jeanne-Marie is dancing in the hottest nightclub in Montreal. Later that night she is attacked by two muggers, but holds her own against them, punching one of them at super-speed. Wolverine comes to lend her a hand, and has a very interesting proposition for her.