This is my concluding entry to the Lone Wolf series which will fit in with Vincent Garcia's Payton-Marcus trilogy and sort of fit in with the Power Crew series.
It has been years since James, Sean and Marlene have seen the Soul Taker since they were teenagers and the deaths of Miles and his crew alongside the disappearance of Payton-Marcus has left the world in scorches. With some help from the Power Crew, the three former super soldiers investigate the whereabouts of the dangerously invincible experiment and realize a larger threat is at stake with the Soul Taker planning to invade the Earth and consume every living soul to annihilate humanity.
It is up to the three remaining Lone Wolves to band together and prevent the Soul Taker from transforming what's left of Earth into a black hole but at the price of an emotionally drastic series of twists and sacrifices.
MPAA: Rated PG-13 for extended sequences of intense sci-fi action violence and mayhem throughout, some thematic elements, and brief strong language.
Dr. Hope Robinson - Dr. Henry Wayne's colleague involved in the Soul Taker project who betrayed him and later put his soul in the killing spirit; she is revealed to be immortal and a secondary antagonist of the entry.
Alice - Beautiful but no nonsense and powerful Storm Angel who takes on the identity of former model Elizabeth Marshall.
Zack Ventress - Troubled car mechanic who dons the sentinel suit.
Harold Craven - Creator of Zack's sentinel suit and implanted his consciousness into it.
Sam Rodgers/Warrior X - Former imprisoned patient turned super vigilante with enhanced strength, endurance and reflexes.
Oscar Bingham/The Guardian - Zack's childhood friend and fellow superhero who has his own suit.
Star - Zarx's alien twin who distrusts the Power Crew and the Lone Wolves and has a long-term grudge against the Soul Taker.
Gregor von Joyce - Irish Resistance fighter who cares more about the extermination of vampires than he does the Soul Taker.
Dr. Martin Cusack - A well-respected scientist who is following up on Dr. Hope Robinson's work and tries to figure out how to create something to disintegrate the Soul Taker.
(Note): This entry takes place YEARS after Payton-Marcus: The Birth of Anon and Power Crew: Ultimate Coming Together. The movie would start off in a neutral tone and later fall into an emotional final act where some of the beloved characters from the Power Crew die. See the comments for spoilers.
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