"Most Dangerous Island": Stalker survives his encounter with the Batman and the bullet train. Stalker takes up residency on a secluded volcanic island in the North Sea where he could hunt genetically altered game. Its possible that Stalker had connections to Kobra's leading geneticist Dr. Abel C
- Clearly it's not the "Hey, let's go camping, I know a great spot some kid told me about" kind of island.
Synopsis for "Most Dangerous Island"
Stalker survives his encounter with the Batman and the bullet train. Stalker takes up residency on a secluded volcanic island in the North Sea where he could hunt genetically altered game. Its possible that Stalker had connections to Kobra's leading geneticist Dr. Abel Cuvier. Each specimen is a game animal like a lion, a bear or even a gorilla but each of them have been spliced with dinosaur. Unfortunately, Howard Groote, Terry's geeky, overweight friend, had booked a camping trip to Stalker's island without knowing of the impending danger. After their arrival, Howard makes the foolish mistake of feeding a bear a bar of chocolate. Terry saves Howard and notices a device positioned on a nearby tree. Howard again acts before thinking and activates the device which triggers a high pitch signal.
Dana Tan, Maxine Gibson and Howard are attacked by a genetically altered gorilla. Terry manages to distract the animal by leading it to a river bank while the others try get away but they end up getting caught in one of Stalker's traps. Terry tries to spring them from the trap but the steel bars are electrified. Terry tells his friends that he will go for help but Maxine knows better because by this time, she is already working with Terry as his techno savy ally. As Batman, Terry captures the gorilla with his bat-bola and then Stalker appears.
Stalker informs Batman that he has genetically designed his game to have a short lifespan but at the same time, they serve the purpose of strengthening Stalker's hunting prowess. Stalker invites Batman to join him in the hunt of these animals but Terry refuses so Stalker releases all the animals that he has had in captivity into the wild. Terry has no choice but wrangle every one of these animals before they get to his friends. Terry and Stalker are successful in the hunt but of course, Stalker killed all of his catches. The only animal that they didn't catch, was spliced with T-Rex DNA and hippo DNA. Stalker had counted on Terry rounding up all the other animals in one section of the island in order to use them as bait.
The giant animal was drawn to the noises of the other animals and Stalker told Batman to stay out of this because Stalker has made this animal his ultimate trophy. Terry ignores Stalker and uses a tranquilizer gun to knock out the creature. Angered by this, Stalker attacks Terry but only to have himself fall into one of his own traps that Terry set up during the hunt. Terry takes Stalker's remote control which is wired to the island and uses it to release his friends while at the same time, activating an emergency beacon to contact harbor patrol. A helicopter arrives to pick up Terry and his friends while Stalker remains incarcerated in his own trap which is being towed by the helicopter.
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