Appearing in "Superorganic"
- X-Men (New Charles Xavier School) (Vision)
- S.W.O.R.D. (Vision)
- Pete Wisdom (Vision)
- Avengers (Cameo)
Synopsis for "Superorganic"
Ruth is inside Legion's mind listening to him explain about the Superorganism that connects all of humanity's primal thoughts via the Psychosphere. Fiend, equipped with Luca's telekenetic eyeballs, has invaded it, and the only way to defeat it is to be more vicious than it, to be Gestalt. However, Ruth warns him that if he continues to be Gestalt, either he or Ruth will eventually have to die. But, if Fiend wins, then millions will die, and the Avengers won't notice because it will look simply like regular violence, not pure hatred building up to kill. Because it is his mind, David dances with Blindfold one last time before he has to go. He says that just like she is dreaming, their relationship was always just a dream because it would never last. Ruth insists on getting help from the X-Men, but Gestalt ignores her and merges with even more personalities, changing his appearance more and more to not look so much like David. He drops out of her mind, and its revealed that he is actually at the Jean Grey School next to her in her bed, and when Pixie knocks on the door, he leaves. he stops by a statue of his father and asks him what he would do.
Legion uses Gestalt to fight Fiend again, but this time on the physical, astral, and the psychospheric planes all at once. Fiend wants to know why David simply won't let him kill all the homo sapiens so mutants can rule the Earth, where David replies that it wouldn't be right. His father said that strength and sentimentality don't mix, but also that one has to always do what's right. Fiend then tells Legion that Legion is his dad, but he doesn't really care. Fiend reminds him that no one trusts him anymore, that he's legion of one. Meanwhile, Fiend's influence has finally done some major damage, by making someone on a Russian submarine armed with nuclear missiles, a young staff sergeant becomes angry at the world for no apparent reason, kills everyone else on board, fires a missile, and finally shoots himself too.
• Legion’s final showdown with the monster in his mind that wears the face of his deceased father!
• What’s worse: the demonic Professor X has escaped into the real world. What terror will he unleash?
• This is the climactic story this series has been building to, guest-starring the allies Legion has made along the way…and not all of them will emerge unscathed!
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