Appearing in "The Young and the Restless"
- Externals (Origin revealed) (Main story and flashback)
- José Hidalgo (First appearance)
- Mongol Empire (Only in flashback)
- Unnamed warriors (Only in flashback)
- Candra (Mentioned)
- Selene (Mentioned)
- Professor X (Charles Xavier) (Mentioned)
- Nicodemus (Mentioned) (Deceased)
- Burke (Mentioned) (Deceased)
- Cypher (Doug Ramsey) (Mentioned)
- Magik (Illyana Rasputin) (Mentioned)
- Caleb Hammer (Corpse) (Only in flashback)
- Unidentified Wyoming citizens (Only in flashback)
- Crule (Mentioned)
- Unnamed New York bum (Death)
- Feral (Maria Callasantos) (Behind the scenes)
- Sunspot (Roberto Da Costa) (Mentioned)
- Emmanuel Da Costa (Mentioned)
- Columbus (Topical reference)
- Unnamed European explorers (Only in flashback)
- Stryfe (Mentioned)
- Thomas Zebulon Guthrie (Mentioned)
- God (Invoked)
Races and Species:
- Earth (Main story and flashback)
- Mongolia (Only in flashback)
- Ho-Lan Shan Mountains (Only in flashback)
- Egypt (Mentioned)
- United States of America (Main story and flashback)
- Atlantic Ocean (Only in flashback)
- Mongolia (Only in flashback)
- Hell (Mentioned)
- Heaven (Mentioned)
- Celestial Ship (Only in flashback)
- Nina, Pinta & Santa Maria (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "The Young and the Restless"
Mongolia, Twelfth Century
En Sabah Nur fights his way through a horde of Mongols. He finally arrives at a figure who sits on the ground waiting for him. The figure reveals himself to be Saul (then named Garbha-Hsien). He reveals to En Sabah Nur a giant Celestial ship that he has never entered. En Sabah Nur is intrigued and stabs Saul so that he can get into the ship. Nur then walks into the ship and leaves Garbha-Hsien for dead.
Saul tells this story to Cannonball to show him that he has been around for a very long time and he has learned that there are always worse people out there than yourself. Cannonball tells them that he is not too sure he wants to join their team of Externals if he has to deal with all the bad guys on their team. Absalom then erupts in fury. He chides Cannonball for his arrogance and that they have come to seek his help and he refuses. He reveals that he has the Legacy Virus and that they need his help to cure it.
The others calm Absalom down and he tells them that he originally learned he was an immortal after shooting an old man in the back in the Old West. He was hung and died but then manifested his mutant powers as well as his immortality. This saved him and he was then gunned down for being a mutant. He escaped from the town a few days later. The Externals then tell him that they came to Cannonball to bring them hope for their future.
Cable meets with Domino. She is busy taking a dip in the hot tub and he comes to her to see if she will help him find a new place for X-Force to make their headquarters. She tells him yes, after her time in the jacuzzi.
South Bronx, New York
A bum walks into a run-down building. He is looking around when suddenly he is attacked. The phone then rings at the 44th Precinct. Detective Hidalgo answers and tells the person on the other end that he is going to finally shut the case on the Callasantos murders and bring both the sisters down.
Gideon then tells of his past. He was aboard the Pinta when it came to America. He died of scurvy and then was suddenly alive the next day. He thought it was a miracle and chose to live his life to the fullest after that. Cannonball still is reluctant to help the Externals. Absalom gets upset again and this time he cannot control his powers. He pleads with Cannonball to help save them. He then burns out his powers.
Surprisingly, they find that Absalom has not died, but still breathes. The Externals finally speak to Cannonball and tell him that he or someone close to him has the cure for the virus. He tells them that he gives his word that if he finds a cure, he will give it to them. They then leave with Absalom's body in tow.
Links and References
- The Unofficial Handbook of Marvel Comics Creators - accessed on 06/19/2010
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