"Apokolips Express": The U.S. Marshal prison train crashes coming out of the wormhole. Black Canary suggests that the train went through a boom tube and looking at a statue of Darkseid she knows that her, the U.S, Marshals and the imprisoned super-villains aboa
- Let me put it to you this way. We're already dead. There's no hope or rescue. No cavalry on the ay. No one even knows where we are or if we still exist. So we need to cooperate if we're ever going to make it home.
Appearing in "Apokolips Express"
Synopsis for "Apokolips Express"
The U.S. Marshal prison train crashes coming out of the wormhole. Black Canary suggests that the train went through a boom tube and looking at a statue of Darkseid she knows that her, the U.S, Marshals and the imprisoned super-villains aboard the train are stranded on Apokolips. To Dinah's surprise, Catwoman made the jump as well. The guy in the trenchcoat who hired Black Canary and Catwoman appears again and offers them a deal. If the Marshals release the super-villains to him, he will return them all safely back home. However, the female U.S. Marshal in command does not want to negotiate. She guns the guy down leaving only a destroyed exoskeleton behind.
Black Canary and Catwoman leave the crash site to observe the area and a nearby mine. In the tunnels, they find the parademon who was wearing the exoskeleton. His plan was to use the imprisoned super-villains to lead a revolt against the masters of this planet. Sadly, his mother box was destroyed when the U.S. Marshal shot at him, so the humans seem to be stuck on Apokolips.
Meanwhile, the U.S. Marshals are repeatedly attacked by planetary forces. Therefore, they see no other way but to free the five super-villains to have a chance of survival.
- No special notes.
- No trivia.
- Write your own review of this comic!
- Discuss Birds of Prey Vol 1 13 on the forums
- Cover gallery for the Birds of Prey series
- Images from Birds of Prey Vol 1 13