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The Fly: All Hell Breaks Loose

The Fly

"All Hell Breaks Loose"

The Fly: Outbreak #4 (IDW)

Comic book

Written by Brandon Seifert

Art by menton3

Lettered by Tom B. Long

Cover A by menton3

June 2015

 

Martin and Beth are forced to face off against the transformed Noelani.

 

Read the summary of the mini-series at RottenInk

 

Characters appearing or mentioned in this issue

 

Erik (dies in this issue)

Dr. Martin Brundle

Beth Brundle

Noelani

Anton Bartok (deceased, mentioned only)

 

Didja Notice?

 

The helicopters on the main cover of this issue appear to be a Sikorsky HH-60 Pave Hawk (on the right) and a Boeing AH-64 Apache.

 

As she is about to kill the transformed Erik, Martin asks Beth if she could really live with herself if she ended a person's life and she responds, "I've already lived with that for years." She goes on to point out that she was the one who "pulled the trigger" on Bartok by pushing the button to start the teleportation sequence when Martin pulled Bartok into the telepod with him in The Fly II.

 

Noelani carries an M16 rifle in this issue.

 

After absorbing Noelani's transgenes into his own body through telepod transport, Martin emerges looking similar to the Martinfly form he had during the final act of The Fly II, different from the more humanoid-looking Frankenflies that have emerged at the quarantine facility.


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