Appearing in "The Pegasus Project Part 1: The Inner War!" Featured Characters: Previous Appearance of Thing (Ben Grimm) Thing (Ben Grimm) Next Appearance of Thing (Ben Grimm) Previous Appearance of Quasar (Wendell Vaughn) Quasar (Wendell Vaughn) Next Appearance of Quasar (Wendell Vaughn) (Main story and recap) Supporting Characters: Previous Appearance of Thundra Thundra Next Appearance of Thundra Previous Appearance of Wundarr Wundarr Next Appearance of Wundarr (Main story and recap) Herkimer J. Oglethorpe Next Appearance of Herkimer J. Oglethorpe (First appearance) Antagonists: Previous Appearance of Solarr (Silas King) Solarr (Silas King) Next Appearance of Solarr (Silas King) Deathlok Next Appearance of Deathlok (First appearance) Nth Command (First appearance) Previous Appearance of Operative X (Thomas Lightner) Operative X (Thomas Lightner) Next Appearance of Operative X (Thomas Lightner) Other Characters: Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S. Jeannine O'Connell Next Appearance of Jeannine O'Connell (First appearance) Myron Wilburn Next Appearance of Myron Wilburn (First appearance) Fantastic Four (Mentioned) Mr. Fantastic (Reed Richards) (Mentioned) Human Torch (Johnny Storm) (Mentioned) Captain America (Steve Rogers) (Mentioned) Bob Grayson (Mentioned) Uranian Eternals (Recap) Marvel Boy (Recap) Matthew Grayson (Mentioned) Stark International (Recap) Gilbert Vaughn (Recap) S.H.I.E.L.D. (Mentioned) Super Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (Recap) Texas Twister (Drew Daniels) (Recap) Vamp (Denise Baranger) (Recap) Blue Streak (Don Thomas) (Recap) Petunia Grimm (Referenced) Nuklo (Robert Frank, Jr.) (Named only) Races and Species: Humans Locations: Earth-616 Earth United States of America New York State Adirondack Mountains Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S. Facility New York City Manhattan Lower East Side Femizonia (Referenced) Items: Quantum Bands (Main story and recap) Cosmic Cube (Recap) Vehicles: Pogo Plane Synopsis for "The Pegasus Project Part 1: The Inner War!" Feeling guilty that he has neglected his adopted "son" Wundarr, the Thing decides to pay a visit to Project Pegasus to see if the young man has recovered from his coma since being exposed to the energies of the Cosmic Cube. After passing the security screening he is granted access and given a priority access card. When he meets Quasar, the new chief of security, Ben mistakes him for the Crusader -- an insane Uranian super-hero which the Fantastic Four previously battled and thought dead. After a brief scuffle, Quasar reveals that he is really Wendel Vaughn, whose father had recovered the Crusaders Quantum Bands following his death and gave them over to his son. With the misunderstanding cleared up, Quasar takes Ben to see Wundarr. Along the way, Ben runs into Thomas Lightner, who seems innocent enough but gives Ben the creeps. For good reason, however, because after the two heroes leave Lightner's presence, he calls in his mysterious employer and tells his master at an organization called Nth Command to initiate the next phase of a fiendish plot.

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