These are also from Rogue, the fifth book in the Mark Walden HIVE series.
The first is from the start of the book. Darkdoom calls Nero and Raven into a meeting to discuss the capture or kill order issued for Otto, who has gone rogue. Things escalate and Darkdoom threatens Nero who responds with ‘How dare you threaten me?’. This scene ends with Darkdoom being shot with a sniper, which brings us to the second picture.
The second picture is from the end of the book. After a couple of weeks, Darkdoom is brought out of his medically induced coma and discusses with Nero his resignation from Head of GLOVE ruling council. When Nigel, Darkdoom’s son, is allowed to visit, Nero sees that recovery time is not the only reason behind Darkdoom’s resignation. It seems the biggest reason is that Darkdoom does not want his son to have to go through his death for second time.
How dare you threaten me?!
The real reason behind Darkdoom’s resignation
These two drawings are from the fifth book of the epic HIVE series by Mark Walden.
The first is from the start of the book, when HIVE is having problems with power cuts. Unfortunately, this happens when the alpha students are doing climbing in tactical education. Franz is on the wall, frozen in fear, and Nigel is belaying. The lights go off, and a pair of screams is heard. When the lights turn on, Franz has fallen off the wall, but Nigel couldn’t hold his weight and was pulled off the ground, resulting in the two of them dangling in the air.
The second is from the end of the book. Otto has been taken over by the animus fluid and is attacking Wing. Although she knew it might kill him, Laura shoots Otto with the neural pulse gun, ejecting the animus from his body very painfully so that he could have have his free will back.
Power cut in Tactical Education
Laura shoots Otto with the neural pulse gun