Splash panel from Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #9 (October 2001), script by Tom DeFalco, co-plot and layouts by Erik Larsen, co-plot and colors by Eric Stephenson, pencils by Ron Frenz, inks by Joe Sinnott, letters by Richard Starkings
Unlike the Heat-Image Tracer, which actually read temperature changes in an area on such a subatomic level that it could reproduce and project actual events in real time, the Prognostication Projector is a powerful computer brain that, when programmed with huge amounts of data (more than, say, on a floppy disc), can project elements and actions that are likely to happen in the future. Also, it has a big square glowing Kirby-On-Button.
In short, we're about to see the events that will occur later in the miniseries. I predict a Wolverine guest-appearance!
So, what do you suppose Reed, Ben, and Johnny are about to see?
YAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH (faints dead of shock and surprise)
Update notification! As I promised on Day One of KirbyTech, I'll update previous entries if and when I find out new information or additional major appearances of the mechanics we're scopin' out, and that I'd alert you to it in the most recent entry. And here we go: I've just updated my entry on the Enclave's Transfer-Grid to include a new appearance. Head on over there and check it out! (Edited, added text is in green!)