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Cover Date: July 1993
Cover Price: US $1.75
Issue Tagline: Mayhem in MyS-Tech Central...
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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The Riders set out to rescue Ryan from MyS-TECH and succeed - but not before Ryan, terrified by his mental and physical torture at Porlock's hands, summons both demons and the Ghost Rider to 'protect' him from harm once free of his energy dampeners. (Ryan's ‘energy summons’ seeks aid in the battle, assessing the characters Doctor Doom and Dark Angel too before settling on the Ghost Rider. The Ghost Rider, pursuing a known drugs pusher, is too pre-occupied to avoid the teenager's blast). Ghost Rider and Shadow Riders immediately join forces against the strange demons and Ryan is pulled from MyS-TECH Central, but not before Stranger learns some information about the natural wormhole access point to The Arena world where the Warheads train before going on active duty.
This is all part of Porlock's plan, as he tells the MyS-TECH board, to trap Vorin who he now knows to have originally come from Arena World; we witness the Board's own 'Black Museum" as Porlock explains how Vorin has organised opposition to the immortal Techno-Wizards plans down the centuries but how he has always avoided being identified, keeping literally to the Shadows; now Vorin has attacked their Warheads operations and close three Portal Wormholes (one way portals to other worlds going nowhere else) this led Porlock to suspect he was alien. Porlock explains how he has prepared a trap for him - and recruited members of an alien race - the Harpies - to terminate this thorn in MyS-TECH's side... but these Harpies are now much changed by from their original appearance (in Motormouth 8-9).
Meanwhile, it's revealed (not unexpectedly) that Che has been working for Cable all along and Cable is determined to get even with Boot...
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