"Bomb Squad - Part Two": Power Girl engages Randall Mikavic. Many years ago, Randall was an immigrant kid who stole and sold electronics and then paid older guys to beat his school bullies up. Randall learned how money may change the bal
- At least I've been ale to keep him down here and out of the city. For now. But I'm going at this like we're in round fourteen of a heavy-weight bout-- and big boy here is acting like he's taking a stroll on the beach!
- -- Power Girl
Appearing in "Bomb Squad - Part Two"
- JLA (Mentioned only)
- JSA (Mentioned only)
- Mister Terrific (Phone call only)
Synopsis for "Bomb Squad - Part Two"
Power Girl engages Randall Mikavic. Many years ago, Randall was an immigrant kid who stole and sold electronics and then paid older guys to beat his school bullies up. Randall learned how money may change the balance of power, and eventually became an arms trafficker. But now his mind has been copied by Crash, an android powerful enough to hold his own against Power Girl, who is trying to stop him from destroying New York City.
Power Girl decides to try another tactic. As she flies back to the place where Randall first appeared and finds a suspicious capsule which looks like military property, she calls Nicco Cho with the communicator earrings he designed for her, and posing as her alter-ego Karen Starr, she claims Power Girl is in trouble and reached out to her for some intel. When Nicco balks, she threatens to leak his hacker past.
Cho reluctantly agrees, and Power Girl delivers the capsule to her office at Starrware Industries. As Power Girl and Crash continue their battle on the waterfront, Cho hacks into a military database and discovers that Crash is an intellingent, human-looking bomb that is only active for a four hour period; all Power Girl has to do is keep him occupied and he will eventually shut down.
Power Girl battles Crash until he powers down. She is preparing to deliver him to S.T.A.R. Labs when all of sudden a portal opens up and she is incapacitated by Kryptonite. A man steps through the portal, powers Crash back up and tells they should leave now he gets what he wanted from Power Girl, since Crash's cellular make-up has completed its replication. He reminds Crash he is his boss Max before both Max and Crash step through the portal and disappear.
Back at Starrware, Power Girl (as Karen Starr) is on the phone with Mister Terrific, filling him in on the mysterious Max. She is interrupted by Nicco, who is angry at the compan's bankruptcy and his boss blackmailing him, and claims to know her secret identity.
- This book was first published on August 18, 2010.
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