"Target: Batman, Part Two": Batman tries to understand what happened last night when he faced Scab, a member of the Jokerz who thought him to be some kind of demonic hellspawn. He stops a street crime from a group of Jokerz who do not know
- I know the Demon was here. It came to kill me.
Synopsis for "Target: Batman, Part Two"
Batman tries to understand what happened last night when he faced Scab, a member of the Jokerz who thought him to be some kind of demonic hellspawn. He stops a street crime from a group of Jokerz who do not know anything about Scab and that also treat him like a monster. He's dumbfounded by the dynamics of these last few days. Meanwhile, journalist Adalyn Stern wakes up in her apartment, after having a terrible experience last night: a demonic Batman appeared to her. But her virtual assistant, Melissa, tells her no one was there with her last night: she seeks the help of her colleague Jack Ryder, who also happens to be the sponsor of the redeemed former criminal Melanie Walker. While Melanie and Jack were talking about the possibility of Mel and Terry getting back together, Adalyn comes around and freaks out when Batman passes over her, projecting his shadow on the ground.
Terry decides to check on Dana as Batman, getting into her apartment: Dana is in tears, telling him that he saw him kissing Melanie, and then starts screaming about him being a demonic monster, making him flee from the place after she calls the police. Getting out in the streets, Terry observes a group of civilians burning a statue of Batman and shouting the verb kill. He gets assaulted by the Jokerz, then by innocent citizens and the police as well: even Barbara shoots at him. Why the whole city of Gotham seems to think Batman is some kind of demon?
In the manor, Bruce and Matt discuss about the Robin situation: Bruce tells Matt his career will not be over, but he must follow Terry's orders. Enigmatically, Matt answers that Terry is not the problem, but Batman is.
Appearing in "Target: Batman, Part Two"
- Harlette (First appearance)