Appearing in "Quarantine (Part Three)"
- Sebastian Shaw
- Collective Man (Han, Chang, Lin, Sun, and Ho Tao-Yu)
- Sublime Corporation
- Unnamed criminals
- Several unidentified journalists
- Rufus Wood (First appearance)
- John Sublime (Mentioned)
- Magneto (Erik Lensherr) (Mentioned)
- Toad (Mortimer Toynbee) (Mentioned)
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Synopsis for "Quarantine (Part Three)"
In the Xinjang Province, China, Emma talks with Kitty and Fantomex about dealing with Shaw. Suddenly, Shaw attacks E.V.A., forcing Emma, Kitty and Fantomex to crashland.
In San Francisco, the X-Men fight Collective Man, with some unwanted help from Lobe's "X-Men." The Collective Man knocks the "X-Men" out, but the real X-Men defeat him. They then leave the Collective Man to the police and take the "X-Men" to Utopia.
Meanwhile, Kate Kildare talks during a press conference, and confirms that the mutant plague the X-Men are currently suffering is harmless to normal humans. To prove her point, she makes Dr. Kavita Rao inject her with a purified sample of the virus. Indeed, the virus is uneffective on her.
In Utopia, Scott and Danger have a video conference with Lobe. While Scott talks with Lobe, Danger tracks the signal. Lobe reveals he has a cure to the plague, but he will only give it if Scott gives him the commercial rights to the whole mutant genome. Scott refuses, saying that it was Lobe who built the plague. Lobe replies that he will never prove it. Lobe the cuts the communication. Danger then tells Scott that the signal trace did not work. Scott then asks about the interrogation of Lobe's "X-Men." Danger replies that the duplicates are X-Men fans and that they keep asking autographs. Upset, Scott sends Logan to interrogate them.
In China, Shaw knocks Fantomex out and attacks Emma.
“QUARANTINE” When your very body is betraying you, and you see life leaking out of your friends drop by drop, what would you give up for the cure? Cyclops discovers what the Sublime Corporation wants. Can he afford to pay it? Meanwhile, Emma Frost and Sebastian Shaw reminisce over old times VIA THE STRONG LANGUAGE OF PUGILISM. Part 3 (of 5)