Appearing in "Sorrow Street, Part III: Fishing for Bracuda"Edit
- Albert butcher; dies
- Cyrus Pinkney (Statue only)
- Gotham City Police Department
- Josef shop-owner; dies
- Louis criminal butler
- Rita Navarette mourner
Synopsis for "Sorrow Street, Part III: Fishing for Bracuda"Edit
Catwoman disables her would-be assassins from the last issue and then attempts to inform a GCPD officer that Bracuda has bought the police in her neighbourhood. She arranges a meeting to pass on information, only to be attacked by the cop and his associates, who are all dirty. Happily for her, Robin is in the area and helps her out. Catwoman robs Bracuda's estate on the same night, and in retaliation he murders the men who were on guard. He also orders an attack on the leader of the citizen's group who are opposing his move into the neighbourhood, prompting a clash between them and his men.
Appearing in "Blood and Iron"Edit
- The Ironmongers
Synopsis for "Blood and Iron"Edit
After emerging from the Justice League teleporter, Blue Devil and Morty are attacked by both the Ironmongers (who have followed them) and the JLI (who don`t know that Dan isn`t a real demon). They manage to escape while the other two groups slug it out, but are pursued by the Blue Beetle. Just as he catches up to them, a villain named Blacksmyth attacks, revealing that both he and the Ironmongers are under the employ of the same unnamed woman. Blacksmyth defeats Beetle, Devil and Morty, and by the time the JLI catch up has made off with the latter two.
Appearing in "Delay of Game"Edit
- Unnamed Prisoner
- Stasis Cube
- Frame Reference Field
- Time and/or Space-travelling Minivan
Synopsis for "Delay of Game"Edit
Flash is called out to a five-block portion of Central City in which everything seems to have slowed to a halt. His super-speed allows him to operate within the area at normal speed, and inside he finds an armoured figure checking behind the right ear of every being present. As sound is not working normally within the field, the two clash repeatedly without being able to communicate, until a third person begins moving normally and draws a futuristic weapon on the armoured man, who is evidently named Adagio. Flash subdues the woman, upon which Adaigo loads her into a minivan and disappears.
The relationship of the two and where they are from is left unresolved, as is the significance of the ear-checking.
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