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Graphic Novel:Trust Issues, Part 2
|Trust Issues, Part 2|
|Released:||May 12, 2008|
|Story by:||D.J. Doyle|
|Art by:||Robert Atkins|
|Colors by:||Chris Sotomayor|
|Produced by:||Nanci Quesada|
|Easter Egg:||Behind the scenes image of Stephen Tobolowsky and Sendhil Ramamurthy|
|Previous:||Trust Issues, Part 1|
|Next:||Faces, Part 1|
|Donna finds Cushing's killer - with a little help from Evs.|
|Recently, Thompson and two other agents took it upon themselves to hunt down a mole that had been killing non-powered agents. But in their zeal, they were manipulated by the real mole, Evs Dropper, into wrongfully killing a fellow agent. Donna, freshly recruited during this dangerous time for the company, finds herself between two dangerous forces: Evs Dropper tells her she must destroy the company to survive, then Thompson Jr. shows her an Isaac Mendez prophecy of her death... But for the first time, Donna has a chance to get some answers.|
Thompson, Jr. takes Donna to see Noah Bennet and informs her Noah killed his father. Later, Evsdropr phones Donna and tries to keep her focused on taking down the Company, but Donna throws her cell phone away. Donna is assigned to internal affairs at the Company and investigates Leonard Cushing's murder. She finds her cell phone and a brown paper bag on her desk. The bag appears to be from Evsdropr and contains a bullet in a sealed plastic bag Donna thinks may be the missing bullet that killed Cushing. Donna has the bullet tested and finds out that it matches Cushing's blood and unique acid signature, and that it was shot by Thompson, Jr.'s gun. Donna confronts Thompson, Jr. with the evidence. Thompson, Jr. then pulls out his own bagged bullet and explains to Donna how Evsdropr tricked him and two other agents into murder, and he gets Donna placed back on active duty as his partner. Later, Donna calls Evsdropr and says that she's handling things her own way now.
- For images from Trust Issues, Part 2, see images from Trust Issues, Part 2.
- For Robert Atkins's original art from Trust Issues, Part 2, see here.
- For Trust Issues, Part 2's script, see here.