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*Though based on the script for the television episode, the plot of this comic diverges from the show, with Surge retreating along with the others and recieving an upgrade with them.
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*Though based on the script for the television episode, the plot of this comic only covers roughly half of the episode, until the upgrade. Additionally, Surge's sidestory is left out in the comic.
  
 
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==See Also==

Revision as of 23:07, 6 May 2011

This article is about the comic. You may be looking for the television episode.


Parent Page: Comics

Comic 5: Ordeal of Fire
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Comic
Author Story: Sean Catherine Derek
Script: Greg Farshtey
Illustrator(s) Elmer Damaso


Ordeal of Fire is the fifth comic in the Hero Factory comic series.

Plot

Julius Nex and Nathan Evo are at a Plasmoid Manufacturing Plant stopping a molten lava flow using some of the wall as a dam when Preston Stormer calls them from a refueling station that they need help. He along with William Furno, Mark Surge, and Natalie Breez are under attack in a huge fire. They're facing the Fire Lord and his minions, Jetbug, Nitroblast, and Drilldozer. Surge is helping workers escape when he is attacked by Jetbug. The Fire Lord tells Stormer he remembers him from Tallos 5. Furno launches fire at the Fire Lord, but the Fire Lord quickly dispatches Furno. Stormer is told by the Fire Lord that Hero Factory's reign is over, and the Fire Lord will be the major power in the galaxy. Drilldozer has defeated Breez in the meantime. Stormer punches the Fire Lord, and the heroes flee into their craft. Nitroblast tries to stop them, but they escape as Stormer radios Evo and Nex to go to Hero Factory. At Hero Factory, Stormer leads the rookies to upgrade, last used by Evo and Nex. The two watch the others get upgraded into more 2.0 heroes to stop the Fire Lord.

Characters

Trivia

  • Though based on the script for the television episode, the plot of this comic only covers roughly half of the episode, until the upgrade. Additionally, Surge's sidestory is left out in the comic.

See Also


Comics
2010 Comic 1: Trials of Furno | Comic 2: Core Crisis | Comic 3: The Enemy Within | Comic 4: Von Nebula Rising
2011 Comic 5: Ordeal of Fire | Comic 6: Savage Planet | Comic 7: Savage Planet 2
2012 Breakout: Issue 1 | Breakout: Issue 2
Promotional Stuck On A Problem! | Showdown! | European Promotional Comic | Jungle Of Danger! | Breakout!