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Most heroes were divided on the issue, and a Civil War ensued.

Hindsight, desperate to distance himself from them, began releasing their secret identities, and almost as many were killed by lynching as by the explosion in Stamford. When Cap refused to support the Superhuman Registration Act aboard the S. One supporter, however, was not yet public: Spider-Man was reluctant to reveal his identity.

The Human Torch (Johnny Storm) was beaten into a coma outside a Manhattan nightclub. He prepared to liquidate his assets and flee the country with his wife and aunt to avoid revealing his identity and putting them in jeopardy.

During the incident, General Lazer's thinly veiled anti-mutant sentiments and his covert attempts to destroy them were uncovered.

His neck was snapped by Johnny Dee (via his duplicate of the general) and the mutants and heroes rallied together to prevent disaster.

When the Registration Act passed, the group seemed uncertain how to react, and ultimately decided to go along with whatever their leader, Jamie Madrox, decided.

Jamie, being one of the least decisive on the issue, was not happy to hear this.

The more sympathetic director of O*N*E, Val Cooper, now seems to have a free hand with regards to the mutant refugees.