"Mystery in Space": Flying well in the face of her expectations of what becoming a costumed vigilante would be like, Batwoman is in space. She and her team of misfits are desperate to defend a satellite from an attack by [[Morgaine le Fey (Prime Earth)|Morgan
- Gotham's always been a magnet for insanity. But in all that madness... Well, this?... This I never expected.
- — Batwoman
Appearing in "Mystery in Space"
- Outer Space
Synopsis for "Mystery in Space"
Flying well in the face of her expectations of what becoming a costumed vigilante would be like, Batwoman is in space. She and her team of misfits are desperate to defend a satellite from an attack by Morgan le Fay, and her Demons. Using an enchanted stone, Morgan le Fay hopes to use the satellite to make New Camelot hers alone.
In defending herself against Batwoman's attacks, Morgan cracks a hole in Red Alice's protective helmet, threatening to depressurize and cause her to suffocate and freeze. Worriedly, Batwoman drags her unconscious body to Ragman, begging him to use his Suit of Souls to preserve her soul while Kate protects her body. Rory reminds that his suit only takes evil souls - and Kate must admit that her sister has done a great deal of evil, when the suit takes her.
In the meantime, Clayface and Etrigan continue to try to prevent Morgan le Fay from getting to the satellite, but the witch steals Etrigan's power and burns the flesh from his bones. She heats Clayface until his arm hardens and crumbles, allowing her at last to affix the stone to the satellite, only to feel Batwoman's thrusting an electrified rod through her back. Grabbing the stone, she and the others make their way back to their shuttle, and try to make it back to Earth before Morgan and her demons recover.
As they enter the atmosphere, Batwoman sees that they are burning up, and has Clayface wrap himself around them all, and Ragman use his cloak to add a magical element to that protection, and they hope that they will survive what's to come.
- This book was first published on October 15, 2014.
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