Appearing in "Snowblind"
- Chi (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Snowblind"
Batman assumed Kristin was dead after their previous encounter, but now he knows the truth and he wants to capture the killer. Upon arriving at the frozen mountains, Batman gets help from a native named Chi and they follow the trail of Kristin. When they manage to locate him, Batman and Kristin engage in combat and fall to the cold waters of a river. Kristin saves Batman before running away, leaving the Dark Knight baffled. As Batman and Chi continue their search, they come across a Yeti, but they escape unharmed.
Finally, Batman locates Kristin and asks him what is he looking in the mountains. At that moment, the Yeti returns and Batman understands that Kristin has come to join his father (now his only living relative) since he is already dying from his half-human, half-Yeti condition. The Yeti and Kristin go together to the mountains, where they can finally live in isolation and peace — even if these are the last living moments of Klaus Kristin.
Appearing in "Automatic Pirate"
- Hi-Tek (Final appearance)
- George Taylor, Jr.
- Rick O'Conner (First appearance; unnamed)
Synopsis for "Automatic Pirate"
Green Arrow convinces the guards and George Taylor, Jr. that he is not a thief, and learns that the Daily Star also shares time with a junior high school. There, after defeating some other robots, he discovers that Hi-Tek is really a 14-year-old computer nerd. After some talking, Green Arrow decides to become the boy's friend and let him design a computerized digital sight for his bow.
- This book was first published on October 28, 1982.
- Green Arrow appeared last in Detective Comics #521. He appears next in DC Comics Presents #54.
- The "Sacred Lake of Buddha" in "Snow Blind" is probably Lake Manasarovar, where Gautama Buddha is believed to have been conceived and where he later meditated. "Mount Kalais" is probably a misspelling of Mount Kailash.
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