"Violence Squared": Wildcat locates Flea and interrogates him at the Tri-Corner Landfill. Wildcat straps Flea to the front of a motorcycle with his face facing the handle bars. Wildcat subjects Flea to the torture of his genitals being burnt by the heat and friction from the motorcycle's front t
Batman and Wildcat #2 is an issue of the series Batman and Wildcat (Volume 1) with a cover date of May, 1997. It was published on March 5, 1997.
Synopsis for "Violence Squared"
Wildcat locates Flea and interrogates him at the Tri-Corner Landfill. Wildcat straps Flea to the front of a motorcycle with his face facing the handle bars. Wildcat subjects Flea to the torture of his genitals being burnt by the heat and friction from the motorcycle's front tire. Flea gives in and tells Wildcat the location of the Secret Ring. The Secret Ring is located in the canal zone nearby the Union Railyard.
Oracle comes up with a homing device that can track down pirated transmissions from satellites or transponders just like the Secret Ring broadcast. Batman traces the broadcast but the fight between KGBeast and Willis Danko begins. KGBeast's automatic sniper rifle from his left hand was replaced with a sledge hammer. As for Danko, Chubb provides him with a replica of Bane's Venom modular. As a side note: Willis Danko may have some connection to Danko Twag (the supposedly first Killer Moth) since Willis tells KGBeast that he will wrap the Russian in his "cocoon of terror".
Batman heads east on Havelock then south on Bank Street near the canal zone's hundred block. Batman reaches the source of the broadcast and Oracle cancels the transmission. Wildcat busts into the Secret Ring but he trips a silent alarm and he passes out when one of Chubb's men uses knockout gas. As for the fight, KGBeast uses the sharp end of his sledgehammer hand to sever the connection between Danko and the Venom modular. Danko becomes fatigued from the Venom withdrawal and KGBeast kills Danko by slamming his head repeatedly into the ground with his sledgehammer hand.
Lock-Up sedates KGBeast with a tranquilizer dart and surprises Batman with his electrical billy club. Batman blacks out until he is thrown into the Secret Ring blindfolded. Chubb tell Batman that audience wants more excitement therefore Batman and his contender will not be able to see and will have to depend on their other senses to fight each other to the death. Both Batman and Wildcat have no idea that they are fighting each other nor do they realize that their boxing gloves have been spiked with razor wire.
Appearing in "Violence Squared"
- Flea Fitzgerald
- This issue is reprinted in Batman/Wildcat.