[S2E3] This Deadly Secret
The character first appeared as Mutant Zero in Avengers: The Initiative #4 (September 2007) as a member of Henry Peter Gyrich's black ops team but she was eventually revealed to be this character. Prior to this, writer Dan Slott stated that the "mysterious character" was secretly a well-known character in disguise..mw-parser-output .templatequoteoverflow:hidden;margin:1em 0;padding:0 40px.mw-parser-output .templatequote .templatequoteciteline-height:1.5em;text-align:left;padding-left:1.6em;margin-top:0
[S2E3] This Deadly Secret
Lee finds another raisin on a road, believing Arby is leading him, and tells Wilson he knows where Arby is going. Wilson steals Lee's gun and pulls it on him, which Lee ignores as he gets a crowbar out of his trunk. Lee walks up to him and notes that Milner likes Wilson because he is a "believer," and he begins to crouch, Wilson crouching with him, until the latter loses his balance and Lee hits his knee with the crowbar. Lee smugly tells him he believes Wilson has it in him to kill, but that he would only do it out of necessity. As Lee heads back to the car, Wilson shouts after him not to hurt the group. Arby leaves the group to go run an errand and gives them a meeting place to reconvene at. He goes back to Ben and asks him to make three new identities, and Ben tells him to come back later that night. Donaldson deduces that the Network is going "Fat Man" (making it exceedingly deadly) on the Russian flu, which is how they will convince the world to take their vaccine. He forcefully tries to get Anton to speak English again but is stopped by Becky and Ian. They find Anton sketching drawings in the style of The Utopia Experiments, and are astounded to see he responds when Becky refers to him as "Philip Carvel". They decide to keep it a secret, no longer trusting Milner considering the Network continued to operate even after she promised it was over. Becky admits she missed Ian and leaving him was "the worst decision I've ever made," and they kiss. Donaldson approaches Ian and smugly tells him of how Becky was working with him to get the manuscript to the Network, causing him to storm off.
The most memorable moment, however, is a truly bizarre dream sequence. Danner's character is strapped into a machine that displays her dreams to the world, and so begins a deliriously weird sequence in which Yul Brynner is briefly roped in to reprise his role as the first film's deadly gunslinger. He once again sends hot lead flying, this time in hallucinatory slow motion. But he also pursues Danner through a creepy house of Dutch angles and forbidding corridors into a deliriously semi-erotic lasso-based bondage session recalling the phantasmagorical weirdness of Giallo horror cinema. 041b061a72