Hm...now this page says a LOT, and not just in exposition.
One of the the things that caught me off guard was Dexter's speech bubbles. It wasn't clear from the images how much cybernetic modification he had to go through and whether or not it was permanent. This page implies it was pretty severe and permanent, possibly leading to a "more machine than man" scenario. It's interesting since most of the other works under Bleedman's umbrella avoided the "machines are emotionless" pitfall that prevails the media.
There are plenty of routes that can follow from here. The heroes (or at least Dexter) may be using Mimi this way genuinely to protect her; since she clearly has abilities and is literally the spawn of the devil, they can't risk letting her live in the general populace to be a target, but they can't keep her with them because they have a duty to be on the field.
Of course, they might be doing this because they want to make the best out of a "bad" situation (hey, we've got a potential dark messiah so let's use) and are opportunistic scumbags, which would make Him's path to corrupting Mimi a lot more than clear simply exposing her to the essence of evil. Heck, Him could have convinced Mimi that Blossom just used her like everyone to fight the for "good" and not allow her to have fun like normal girls. He could have even convinced her that he cut off her hands for her own good, that she would be able to exact her revenge Maybe that's how Mimi was able to act as a medium for Him's will and tap into Minnie's dark side, because she knew what it was like to be created and used solely for power games of the adults around her. (I hold out the vain hope that Mimi and Minnie, would actually ally with each other, albeit not as BFF.)
This is all wild guessing at this point, and I have never been right about anything, so why start now?
punzil504 wrote:I thought Mimi's powers were telekinetic. Suddenly instead she's a precog locator?
It's a sci-fi/superhero staple that precog abilities, telepathy, and telekinesis fall under the "psychic" umbrella. After all, telekinesis is even called psychokinesis sometimes.