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The Line Installation 1-4

Line Installation 1-4 (simply referred to as "The Line") was a Forerunner installation located on an unknown Moon [1]. During the Human-Covenant War in the mid-2500's, 686 Ebullient Prism, the Monitor of the Line, took Human and Covenant personnel hostages after their crash-landing on the moon[2].

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  2. Halo: Blood Line, Issue 2

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From Lostpedia

The Line
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Kate standing near a black rock in "S.O.S."

The Line is a spot designated in the jungle by Tom. He warned cryptically that if the castaways were to cross it, they go from misunderstanding to "something else". ("The Hunting Party") A flashback to this same event from the Others' point of view occurred in Michael's flashback in "Three Minutes".

The line was visited by Jack and Kate in an attempt to arrange a prisoner exchange between Walt and Ben. Jack yelled until he lost his voice, and while they waited for his voice to recover, Michael stumbled out of the jungle. ("S.O.S.")

There was a black rock visible at the line when Jack was calling for the Others. ("S.O.S.") Claire wrote in her diary that she had a dream about a black rock which she couldn't get away from. ("Special")

Other lines

When Mikhail Bakunin was pretending to be the last survivor from DHARMA, he said that the Hostiles told him he could stay in the Flame if he didn't cross their line. ("Enter 77")

When Ben and Locke approached Jacob's house, they crossed a line of gray ash, which was part of a larger circle. ("The Man Behind the Curtain")  (Season 3 DVD)

Unanswered questions

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For fan theories about these unanswered questions, see: The Line/Theories
  • Where is this line in relation to other places on the Island, such as the balloon, the Arrow, etc? Did the journeys to any of these places cause characters to cross it?

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

With the world teetering towards war, the army of Cobra continues its bloody campaign with the aid of the Decepticons. To combat this threat overseas, a new covert stike team is formed from America's Elite: G.I. Joe.

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Transformers / GI Joe #1

Writer: John Ney Rieber
Pencils: Jae Lee
Colors: June Chung
Letters: Benjamin Lee
V/P Editor in Chief: Roger Lee
President: Pat Lee


In 1938, Major Sebastian Bludd leads a Cobra campaign to claim an "ultimate weapon" kept in the ancient temples of the Fera islands. The monks who protect it are brushed aside and Bludd grabs the weapon from its place - the long buried Decepticons awaken. The Decepticons then shatter the area to pieces as they emerge from their long slumber.

Summer, 1939. Arlington County, Virginia. Stalker and Snake-Eyes are recruited into the government operated task force "G.I. Joe". In a briefing, Scarlett and Lady Jaye play some classified footage of the devatastion Cobra has spread across Europe since awakening the Decepticons. The assembled soldiers all agree to join G.I. Joe to stop Cobra, when Snake-Eyes notices Laserbeak spying on the meeting from the rafters overhead. Duke attempts to shoot Laserbeak, but Laserbeak breaks Duke's attack with precise lasers and then retreats, leaving the Joes to question what they just encountered.

His cover blown, Laserbeak quickly returns to the Fera Islands, where Cobra has erected their imposing citadel: The Terrordrome. Destro, Cobra Commander, and Baroness consider what their next move should be now that they are aware of a potential American threat. The Commander insists that the Americans couldn't possibly be a threat to Cobra unless they were somehow sent a map.

MEANWHILE IN NORWAY. The Joes prepare to attack Cobra head-on, thanks to the discovery of a map they were anonymously sent. The Joes break into two teams, and they fly to their destination, their planes being passed by two massive shadows.

Over English airspace, Megatron, Starscream, and Soundwave discuss their current servitude to Cobra, and how Cobra Commander's dominance is only a temporary triviality.

At the Fera Islands, the battle begins with Duke's team promptly coming under gunfire as soon as they land. Storm Shadow emerges to engage his rival Snake-Eyes. The rest of the Joes take shelter in the ruins of the terrain when Leatherneck notices a giant metal monster head....

Items of note

  • This issue was available with a 'triple gatefold cover' version, and a 'wraparound' version. There were also two Dynamic Forces cover variants produced limited to 5500 and 1500 copies, and a holofoil cover version available by Don Figueroa.
  • Wavelengths page has a blurb of text from Matt Moylan in place of the letters column.
  • Wavelengths also has an article from the desk of Don Figueroa.
  • Storm Shadow's name is consistently mis-parsed as Stormshadow, which would continue throughout the entire miniseries.

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