Membership: Sedara Bakut, Thomas Boyd, Michael Crawley, Dehman Doosha, Lindsey Falmon, Anastasia Inyushin, Tyrone Jessup, Katherine Ling, Wayne Tucker
technically, Psi-Hawk

Purpose: To protect each other from those who would exploit them; mercenary force

Affiliations: Crasniye Solleetsi, Mona Freemont, Justice (John Tensen), Dave Landers, Medusa Web, Jackie Prentiss, Emily Proudhawk, Emmett Proudhawk, Eugene Proudhawk, Colby Shaw, Skipper, Lincoln Stryker

Enemies: Bazooka, Colonel McIntyre Browning, CIA, Seth Cleveland, "Cool," Mr. Flowers, Foundations Inc., Gridlock, Bill Holstrum, House Master, KGB, Mind-Wolf, Bert Olson, Pit Bull, Potiphar, Michael Proudhawk, Rodstvow, Derek Shiningstar, the Siberian Project, Skits, Father Suniyoshi, Doug Tanner, Jake Travest, Serge Vladimiroff, Jeff Walters

Base of Operations: Mobile
formerly, Sanctuary, San Francisco, California

First Appearance: Psi-Force#1 (November, 1986)

History: (Psi-Force#1 (fb)) - Emmett Proudhawk was a CIA agent who had an image of a band of five rabbits being saved from wolves by a hawk. Following the White Event he discovered he had psychic powers, and began to track down teenagers from the CIA's files who had demonstrated powers of ESP.

(Psi-Force Annual#1 (fb)) - Emmett named the psychics in his files "Psi-Force," and gave each of them a codename. From his list, he was unable to find Edward Finelli, and Thomas Boyd and Joan Grant were both seemingly dead. Unknown to Emmett, his partner Derek Shiningstar was working against him, and had recruited Boyd for himself.

(Psi-Force#3 (fb)) - Emmett used his powers to compel Tyrone Jessup, Wayne Tucker, Michael Crawley and Kathy Ling to head to the Sanctuary refuge for runaways.

(Psi-Force Annual#1 (fb)) - Emmett he broke Anastasia Inyushin out of the USSR's Siberian Project. As he and Anastasia were on their way to Sanctuary, the KGB caught up with them.

(Psi-Force#1) <08/3-6/86> - Kathy and Tyrone helped Proudhawk and Anastasia escape the KGB and they went to Sanctuary where Wayne and Michael were waiting. Emmett tried to explain his vision to the five of them, encouraging them to believe they should work together. He also observed because Wayne was a telepath like him, Wayne was the team's keystone. Anastasia didn't want others to be harmed because of her, and contacted Serge Vladimiroff to turn herself in. Emmett took over the minds of the other four teens to find Anastasia, but when they caught up to her Vladimiroff arrived with the Soviet psychic Mind-Wolf. Mind-Wolf killed Emmett, but Wayne took Emmett's medallion from his body and by concentrating, the five teenagers created the Psi-Hawk, a psychic combination of all five's powers. The Psi-Hawk destroyed Mind-Wolf's mind, then vanished. Crawley convinced the others that they should bring Emmett's body back to Sanctuary.

(Psi-Force#2) <8/7/86> - The teens were pursued by the police and CIA on their way back to Sanctuary, and were finally apprehended outside of the building with Emmett's body. When the CIA demanded to know the secret of their powers, Wayne had them create the Psi-Hawk, but they were all shot as the Psi-Hawk was created. The Psi-Hawk fought off the CIA, erased all knowledge of Psi-Force from their minds, then used Anastasia's powers to heal all five teens. Only the "Skipper," a CIA friend of Emmett's was allowed to retain his memories of them.

(Psi-Force#3) - As the teens began attending classes in San Francisco, they had some bad run-ins with "Cool," a punk who was also at Sanctuary. Wayne began to question Emmett's influence on them, and Tyrone learned from Skipper that Emmett had been responsible for manipulating them to come to San Francisco. They summoned the Psi-Hawk for guidance, but it just wrapped five branches together as a symbol. Wayne walked out on the others but was forced by Emmett's tampering to return to them, and arrived just in time to save them all from Cool and his gang, but made it clear that he was only there because he had to be, not by choice.

(Untold Tales of the New Universe: Psi-Force#1) - Psi-Force met Michael Proudhawk, cousin of Emmett, who had the ability to generate a Psi-Hawk by himself. He attempted to recruit Psi-Force into the CIA, but they refused and their respective Psi-Hawks fought each other. When Proudhawk's Psi-Hawk was beaten, he was placed into a comatose state.

(Psi-Force#4) <10/20-26/86> - Kathy met Bert Olson, a private detective hired by her parents to bring her home, and she went back home to her family, managing to overcome Emmett's tampering with her mind. The Psi-Hawk visited her to try and bring her back, but it was weakened without her to power it, and she drove it away. Wayne forced her to meet with the other four in an attempt to bring her back to Sanctuary, but she refused. When she went home, she found Olson showing her parents photos of her using her powers, advising them to turn her over to the government, and Kathy struck him down with her powers. The others came to her aid, as Anastasia healed Olson's wounds and Wayne erased Olson and her parents' memories. Kathy reluctantly returned home.

(Psi-Force#5) <11/9-15/86> - While Anastasia used her powers to prolong the life of Wilfred Linden, a medical researcher, the team was stalked by Thomas Boyd, an agent of Derek Shiningstar. Boyd posed as a runaway and befriended Crawley and Jessup before turning on them and using his powers to drain them of energy. He also managed to get the drop on Ling and Tucker, but when he had to face Anastasia, her healing powers made her immune to him, and their powers locked them in a circuit until Anastasia won. Tucker tied up Boyd while he retrieved Crawley and Jessup, but Boyd disappeared.

(Psi-Force#6) <12/24-25/86> - On Christmas Eve, the teens kept to themselves while the rest of Sanctuary had a Christmas party, and Tyrone sent his astral form to visit his family. When Cool and his friends threatened Tyrone's body, the other four came to his defense, but Tyrone returned in time to beat up Cool. Colby demanded that the five of them move out of Sanctuary the day after tomorrow and an hour later, they were on the road, hitchhiking.

(Psi-Force#7) - The teens traveled to Seattle, Washington, where they wound up at the Sanctuary home located there, run by Mona Freemont. They befriended Jackie Prentiss and Doug Tanner, but later learned that Tanner was using girls at the Sanctuary for "auditions" with film producers that left them beaten up (presumably raped). After Jackie was beaten by Tanner, Anastasia healed her, and they learned that Kathy had gone to an audition. They rescued Kathy from Tanner, and Crawley destroyed Tanner's house in order to warn him against returning to Sanctuary. Afterwards, the five decided to return to San Francisco and deal with their problems.

(Psi-Force#8) - The teens went on a tour of the Alcatraz prison, but were ambushed there by Thomas Boyd. They summoned the Psi-Hawk to help fight him, but when Boyd realized he could absorb the Psi-Hawk's energies, he drained on it until it vanished, and all five teens were knocked out. He drained enough energy to keep Tucker, Ling and Crawley unconscious while he waited for Shiningstar's men to pick them up. As he waited, Anastasia and Tyrone tried to reason with him, but he considered them both brainwashed by Proudhawk. When the CIA men came with guns to kill the teens Boyd turned on them, and formed the Psi-Hawk with Jessup and Inyushin to drive them off. Boyd realized that he wasn't safe with Shiningstar, but didn't feel safe with them either, and left. The five teens decided to look up Emmett's grandmother for help.

(Psi-Force#9) - After Alan Moran, a resident of Sanctuary, committed suicide, Wayne was overcome with guilt because he thought he had made Alan kill himself. Crawley ultimately helped Wayne come to terms with his guilt.

(Psi-Force#10) - In Arizona, at last on their way to the Proudhawks, Kathy was annoyed by a redneck named Bill Holstrum and some of his friends, and the teens drove them off with their powers. They went to the Apache reservation where Emmett's brother Eugene and grandmother Emily lived, but Eugene was suspicious of them because of his brother's death. Emily began to try and help them determine what their destinies were, but when Holstrum came to the reservation for revenge and hurt Eugene, they summoned the Psi-Hawk to drive Holstrum and his friends off. The Psi-Hawk used Anastasia's powers to heal Eugene, and he was amazed to see that it resembled Emmett. Although Emily was now uncertain about the teens, Eugene gave them his complete support.

(Psi-Force#11) - Eugene helped train the teens with their powers and told them about Emmett's past, particularly about his friend Derek Shiningstar. Wayne began to drift away from the others when he became involved with Jenny Skytower, a girl on the reservation, but when an agent of Shiningstar set off dynamite in a cave where Eugene and the other four were training, Wayne revealed his powers to Jenny as he helped coordinate the rescue effort. Jenny left Wayne because she was afraid he might have used his powers to make her love him. Eugene finally decided it was time for the teens to return to San Francisco.

(Psi-Force#12) - Anastasia became involved in a cult run from Haven House, led by Father Suniyoshi, who used Anastasia's abilities to drum up financial support. The others suspected that Anastasia was in trouble and came to investigate, and when Anastasia tried to leave the cult, they revealed their true colors, and tried to force her to stay. Father Suniyoshi threatened Anastasia, but the police had been called by Colby Shaw, and they broke up the cult.

(Psi-Force Annual#1) - When Boyd sent the teens a letter asking for help against the CIA, they discussed whether or not they could trust him. With Colby's help, they found floppy discs that Emmett had left at Sanctuary, and read his files on Boyd. They learned that Emmett had named them Psi-Force, and saw each of the codenames Emmett had for them. They ultimately aided Boyd against the CIA, and the six of them formed the Psi-Hawk to battle the agents, but the Psi-Hawk exhibited wild behavior, and turned on them when they tried to calm it down. Crawley realized that the Psi-Hawk could only merge five minds, and had Wayne knock him out so that the Psi-Hawk would vanish. Crawley decided that Boyd needed the others and that he could manage all right on his own, and left the group so that they would be able to function.

(Psi-Force#13) - Anastasia was visited by Grigori Mironenko, an old family friend, who asked her to come to the Russian Consulate to help heal his wife, but it was actually a ploy by Vladimiroff to recapture Anastasia. The other members of Psi-Force broke into the grounds and brought in the State Department. Ultimately when Mironenko realized that Vladimiroff had infected his wife just to capture Anastasia, he let Anastasia off of the consulate grounds.

(Psi-Force#14) - While Tyrone was in astral form searching for Crawley, his body was stolen by Seth Cleveland, who demanded that Jessup spy on a meeting and report on it to him in order to get his body back. While the rest of Psi-Force tried to learn Cleveland's identity, Jessup attended the meeting and learned that Cleveland was after a truck containing nerve gas, and needed to know what route it was taking. Unwilling to share the information, they tried to find Cleveland first, but Boyd took over the situation by finding Cleveland's family and holding a gun on them to make Cleveland turn Jessup's body over. Boyd had wanted to prove himself to the others, but Jessup was furious when he got his body back, because he thought Boyd had crossed the line. Tucker wiped the minds of Cleveland, his family, and his associates.

(Psi-Force#16) - Psi-Force allowed themselves to be studied by the scientists of Foundations Inc., but when Tyrone learned that they intended to operate on them, Wayne used his telepathy and learned they intended to abuse their powers, and they escaped from the facility, with Wayne erasing the memories of the head, Dr. Emilio Licciardo.

(Psi-Force#17) <10/19/87-11/25/87> - While shopping for a present on Wayne's birthday, Boyd, Ling and Inyushin encountered Troublemaker, a paranormal working for the Medusa Web mercenary organization. Troublemaker managed to outfight Boyd and escape. Later, he contacted them and set up a meeting at Golden Gate Park, but this time Ling managed to hold him with her telekinesis and Boyd beat him until he gave the location of the Medusa Web's cameras. Psi-Force destroyed the camera's films, unaware that Medusa Web member Imprint had recorded everything with his powers. That evening at Sanctuary while Boyd and Inyushin kissed outside, the Russian paranormal Rodstvow unleashed a blast that destroyed Sanctuary.

(Psi-Force#20 (fb)) <11/25/87> - Tucker felt Rodstvow's attack coming, and took control of Kathy to make her throw him from Sanctuary with her powers. Kathy tried to lift herself and Tyrone out of the building before it exploded, but Tyrone was caught on the window and Kathy was hit by the explosion as she fell. Boyd ran into the flames and returned with Kathy, who Anastasia healed. Uncertain of where Wayne was and thinking Jessup dead, they ran from Rodstvow.

(Psi-Force#18) <12/12-18/87> - In his astral form, Jessup met Andrew Chaser, a reporter researching Psi-Force for a book, and Chaser took him to view his body at St. Francis hospital, where it was treated for burns. Tyrone learned that Wayne was alive and in Seattle, but was being pursued by the Medusa web. Tucker and Jessup were aided against Medusa Web agents Thunder Head, Backfire and Electrique by Lindsey Falmon, a girl Wayne had fallen for who turned out to be a paranormal as well. After escaping the Medusa Web, they decided to head for Canada to escape their pursuers.

(Psi-Force#19) <1/2-5/88> - Kathy, Anastasia and Boyd were followed to San Diego by the mercenary outfit the Medusa Web, and fought them in the halls of the Horton Plaza. Ling was ultimately shot by Potiphar; Anastasia killed Relampago but passed out from healing her own injuries; Boyd was forced to stand down when outnumbered by the police, and Skipper took him into CIA custody, intending to turn him over to the military. Meanwhile, Jessup flew over the remains of Pittsburgh, and was recorded by military spy technology. The CIA found cross-references to Emmett Proudhawk's files, and decided to employ the MAX armor against Psi-Force.

(Justice#23/2 (fb)) - Anastasia taxed her healing powers to the limit to heal Kathy's chest wound. She passed out for three days due to the strain.

(Psi-Force#20) <2/15-16/88> - In Victoria, British Columbia, Tyrone confronted Imprint, Backfire and Thunder Head of the Medusa Web, and learned that the Medusa Web wanted to employ Psi-Force as agents. Meanwhile, Falmon used Tucker's earring to see into his past, and learned how they had survived the destruction of Sanctuary, and that the culprit was Rodstvow. Tyrone learned from the Medusa Web where Kathy, Anastasia and Boyd were, and that the Medusa Web would help rescue them if they joined.

(Psi-Force#21) <2/29/88> - Jake Travest attacked Tucker and Falmon at their hotel room in the MAX armor, and took Tucker captive then waited for Jessup to arrive. Thunder Head, Backfire and Imprint came to Falmon's aid, and they managed to hold their own against Travest until Jessup arrived and shorted out the armor's electrical systems. Tucker forced Travest to turn himself over to the authorities. Tucker turned down the Medusa Web's offer of membership for the time being.

(Psi-Force#22) - Now at Fort Benning, Boyd was psychoanalyzed by Keith Remsen in his Nightmask persona.

(Justice#23/2) <3/8/88> - At the Bethesda Naval Hospital in Washington D.C., Kathy and Anastasia were treated by Dr. Lucian Ballad. When a paranormal named Pippin ran wild, Kathy blasted him with her powers, and Ballad had Anastasia help treat his injuries.

(DP7#23/Psi-Force#23) <4/4/88> - At Fort Benning, a soldier named Richie Anderson tried to befriend Boyd, but he shrugged him off. Boyd used his powers in exhibitions against Jeff Walters and the Pit Bull. When Jessup, Tucker and Lindsey Falmon broke into the camp to break him out, they had to fight their way past Jeff Walters, Gridlock, Bazooka and the Pit Bull. Richie Anderson also turned on Boyd, shooting him in the leg. Dave Landers helped the four escape the base.

(Psi-Force#24) <4/5/88> - Boyd, Falmon, Jessup and Tucker broke Ling and Inyushin out of the hospital and decided that their next mission should be to confront the CIA directly and settle matters with them. They entered CIA Headquarters, but found the halls littered with bodies of victims of Rodstvow. Some nervous soldiers shot at them, and everyone except Jessup was wounded. Jessup defeated the soldiers, and Anastasia gave her life to heal the wounds of the others. When Rodstvow himself appeared, they used Emmett's medallion to create the Psi-Hawk, placing their own bodies into comas.

(Psi-Force#25) <4/5/88> - The Psi-Hawk fought Rodstvow through Washington, D.C., and they even turned the Washington Monument into a weapon to hit Rodstvow with. They tried to destroy Rodstvow but he proved more powerful than they expected, and the Psi-Hawk was destroyed.

(Psi-Force#27 - text) <4/5/88> - Rodstvow teleported Boyd, Ling, Tucker and Falmon's unconscious bodies to the Siberian Project.

(Psi-Force#26) <6/24/88> - Tyrone's physical body finally awoke at St. Francis, with Chaser at his side, but federal agents immediately placed Jessup under arrest for six counts of felony assault, and forced him to enlist in the military. Tyrone was sent to Fort Benning. Andrew Chaser published a book "Power for the Preying" about Psi-Force.

(Psi-Force#27) <9/4/88> - Boyd encountered Dehman Doosha, an autistic paranormal child at the Siberian Project, and when he learned that the staff were going to give him a lobotomy, he took over the central computer room and threatened to destroy all of their files unless Dehman Doosha was released to his custody. They agreed, and Boyd named Dehman Doosha "Johnny Do."

(Psi-Force#28) <10/3/88> - Vladimiroff tested Ling against Crasniye Solleetsi, and saw that she was now comfortable with her powers, and more powerful than ever. Tucker began to speak in Kathy's mind, directing her against the staff, and when Vladimiroff tried to have Shivowtnoeh kill Kathy, Kathy instead beat Shivowtnoeh badly then broke nearly every bone in Vladimiroff's body. Meanwhile, Lindsey met with Sillatochca, and asked for his help in escaping in return for helping his family.

(Psi-Force#29) <10/5/88> - The Medusa Web and Justice came to break out Tucker, Boyd, Falmon and Ling, and during the chaos, Potiphar shot Sillatochca. With Dehman Doosha, they began to escape in a helicopter.

(Justice#29) <10/5/88> - What remained of Crasniye Solleetsi pursued them and downed their helicopter, but they managed to hold their own, until Rodstvow arrived.

(Psi-Force#30) <10/5/88> - Psi-Force, Justice, the Medusa Web and Crasniye Solleetsi joined forces against Rodstvow, under the direction of Wayne, and managed to crack his armor open and kill him, but his skeletal form continued to exist because he wasn't "aware" that he had died. Boyd was injured in the fight, and to destroy Rodstvow once and for all they had Coojeechiscue lift Boyd towards Rodstvow so that Dehman Doosha would come to his rescue and destroy Rodstvow. With the crisis past, Justice turned on Psi-Force.

(Justice#30) <10/5/88> - Justice faced Psi-Force on the psychic plane, blaming them because his daughter was injured in the fight between the Psi-Hawk and Rodstvow. He intended to kill them, but when Lindsey described him as "dead inside," he came to his senses and let them go.

(Psi-Force#31) <1/27/89> - Still recovering from their ordeal with Rodstvow, the group was offered a place in the Medusa Web again. They finally accepted, but Kathy chose to leave on a vacation to get away from all the violence. Babel had them engage in a training session against Potiphar, armed with a paint gun. When Potiphar's paint gun ran out, he switched to live ammo, but Lindsey bested him, and threatened him with his own gun to teach him a lesson about the value of life as revenge for Sillatochca's death. Lindsey won the competition, and Babel put them into intensive training for their first assignment: Afghanistan.

(Psi-Force#32) <5/13-14/89> - Now a well-honed team of professionals, Psi-Force parachuted into Afghanistan to destroy a Soviet base that was supplying to Iran. In the course of the assignment, they met Sedara Bakut, a teleporting paranormal member of the Mujahedin, and Tucker learned that the traitor in the Mujahedin was Sedara's own father, whom she killed. Sedara joined Psi-Force, and teleported them to Switzerland for a vacation.

(Starblast#3-3/Quasar#56-57 - BTS) - Psi-Force was presumably responsible for summoning the Psi-Hawk to assist Nightmask and other heroes of the New Universe against the threat of Skeletron.

(Psi-Force#32 - text) <4/1/98> - Wayne gave an interview to Playboy magazine in which he referred to some of Psi-Force's missions, including "the incident at Los Alamos," and mentioned that Kathy, Tyrone and Crawley all eventually returned to the group.

Comments: Created by Archie Goodwin and Walter Simonson.

In Marvel Age Annual#4, an image of Psi-Force by Ron Lim was previewed which depicted Sedara Bakut and Dehman Doosha before they actually joined, and the entire group were garbed in team uniforms. These team uniforms were never worn in the series, but did appear in Boyd's dream scenes from Psi-Force#22.

Psi-Force have a full entry in Marvel Legacy: The 1980s Handbook.

by Prime Eternal

Psi-Force should not be confused with:

Images taken from:
Psi-Force#1, cover
Psi-Force#16, cover
Psi-Force#32, page 27
Marvel Age Annual#4, page 36

Psi-Force#1 (November, 1986) - Steve Perry (writer), Mark Texeira (pencils), Kyle Baker (inks), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Psi-Force#2 (December, 1986) - Steve Perry (writer), Mark Texeira (pencils), Hilary Barta & Romeo Tanghal (inks), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Psi-Force#3 (January, 1987) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Mark Texeira (pencils), Marie Severin (inks), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Psi-Force#4 (February, 1987) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Mark Texeira (pencils), Hilary Barta & Al Milgrom (inks), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Psi-Force#5 (March, 1987) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Mark Texeira (pencils), Brett Breeding, Al Milgrom & Mark Texeira (inks), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Psi-Force#6 (April, 1987) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Mike Vosburg (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Psi-Force#7 (May, 1987) - David Michelinie (writer), Bob Hall (pencils), Romeo Tanghal (inks), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Psi-Force#8 (June, 1987) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Mark Texeira (artist), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Psi-Force#9 (July, 1987) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Bob Hall (pencils), Armando Gil & Art Nichols (inks), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Psi-Force#10 (August, 1987) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Rod Whigham (pencils), Romeo Tanghal (inks), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Psi-Force#11 (September, 1987) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Bob Hall (pencils), Al Williamson (inks), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Psi-Force#12 (October, 1987) - Rosemary McCormick (writer), Bob Hall (pencils), Al Williamson (inks), Bob Budiansky & Howard Mackie (editors)
Psi-Force#13 (November, 1987) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Javier Saltares (pencisl), Al Williamson (inks), Bob Budiansky & Howard Mackie (editors)
Psi-Force#14 (December, 1987) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Bob Hall (pencils), Kyle Baker (inks), Bob Budiansky & Howard Mackie (editors)
Psi-Force Annual#1 (1987) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Mark Texeira (artist), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Psi-Force#16 (February, 1988) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Ron Lim (pencils), Sam De La Rosa (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Psi-Force#17-18 (March-April, 1988) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Ron Lim (pencils), Romeo Tanghal (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Psi-Force#19 (May, 1988) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Ron Lim (pencils), Tony DeZuniga (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Psi-Force#20-21 (June-July, 1988) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Ron Lim (pencils), Mike Witherby (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Psi-Force#22 (August, 1988) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Ron Lim (pencils), Chris Ivy (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
DP7#23 (September, 1988) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Paul Ryan (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Justice#23 (September, 1988) - Peter David (writer), Lee Weeks (pencils), Mike Gustovich (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Psi-Force#23 (September-November, 1988) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Graham Nolan (pencils), Mike Witherby (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Psi-Force#24 (October, 1988) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Mark Bagley (pencils), Mike Witherby (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Psi-Force#25 (November, 1988) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Graham Nolan (pencils), Mike Witherby (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Psi-Force#26 (December, 1988) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Graham Nolan (pencils), Chris Ivy (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Psi-Force#27 (January, 1989) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Alan Kupperberg (pencils), Chirs Ivy (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Psi-Force#28-32 (February-June, 1989) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Rodney Ramos (pencils), Chris Ivy (inks), Howard Mackie (editor)
Justice#29-30 (March-April, 1989) - Peter David (writer), Lee Weeks (artist), Howard Mackie (editor)
Untold Tales of the New Universe: Psi-Force#1 (May, 2006) - Tony Bedard (writer), Russ Braun (artist), Mark Paniccia (editor)

First Posted: 11/28/2005
Last updated: 05/28/2006

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