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Random information on the term “LOCI”:
Locus is the name of two fictional characters appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The first one, whose real name is Aaron Verne, first appeared in Thor #302 (December 1980), and has the ability to create geometric energy constructs.
The second one is a mutant villainess. She was first introduced as a member of the Mutant Liberation Front in the comic title X-Force under the leadership of Reignfire. She has been portrayed inconsistently with a variety of ethnic features, prior to her death.
After the Mutant Liberation Front (MLF) were incarcerated by the United States government following the events of the X-Cutioner’s Song crossover, a tyrannical despot named Reignfire decides to restart the MLF. He breaks Forearm, Reaper, Wildside, and Tempo out of prison and gives them their first mission: kill Henry Peter Gyrich. With the addition of Locus – at this point drawn and colored as a Caucasian with blonde hair and a white, downward arrow sometimes painted on her face- and Moonstar, the team is sent on their way, however their assassination attempt is foiled by X-Force. When Locus tries to kill Gyrich, Sunspot jumps in the way and something unexpected happens: the two mutants’ powers react and send the pair disappearing to parts unknown. Due to the nature of Locus’ powers and Sunspot’s well-traveled tenure with both the New Mutants and X-Force the couple could be virtually anywhere in the galaxy. Cable and the rest of X-Force attempted to search for Sunspot using a modified version of Cerebro, but they have no luck.[volume & issue needed]