By Brian CroninRhodey’s mom pops up in the sixth issue of the second War Machine series (third if you count Chuck Austen’s U.S. War Machine), as writer Greg Pak has her set up in Navajo country as an attempt by Rhodey to protect her (by taking her out of the United States proper)…The official plot:
WAR MACHINE (2008) #6Controversy erupts as War Machine picks a target on U.S. soil in “Homeland,” Part One! When Jim Rhodes returns home he comes face-to-face with American Eagle, last seen in the pages of THUNDERBOLTS—as two visions of America clash with earth-shattering results that may irrevocably change War Machine—and the nation he loves! Also: What the heck does Rhodes’ mom have to say about all of this? Find out in the first chapter of a shocking new story arc in the series that CBR.com calls “high-octane, higher-caliber adventure…a visual spectacle worthy of the spotlight.”Comment: For more on the subject, see American Eagle in FEAR ITSELF.