"Infernal Devices, Part 2": A mad bomber, the Infernal Dr. Pip, is planting his wares all over Opal City. Jack tracks the criminal down, but he almost gets himself killed. The heroic ghost of the Black Pirate saves him, and later tells Ja
- When you're hanging and choking, it's nice. Your neck hurts, but your head goes to a sleepy place, and below the belt everything comes to life.
Appearing in "Infernal Devices, Part 2"
- Black Pirate (Ghost) (Flashback and main story)
- The Infernal Dr. Pip
- Dudley Donovan
- Justin Valor (Flashback only)
- Cob Dunning (Flashback only)
Synopsis for "Infernal Devices, Part 2"
A mad bomber, the Infernal Dr. Pip, is planting his wares all over Opal City. Jack tracks the criminal down, but he almost gets himself killed. The heroic ghost of the Black Pirate saves him, and later tells Jack his woeful tale of how his spirit became doomed to wander the city.
Meanwhile, Pip, learning from his near-defeat at the hands of Jack, recruits the sinister Copperhead to put the bite on Starman.
- This book was first published on April 9, 1997.
- Reprinted in Starman: Infernal Devices and Starman Omnibus Vol. 3.
- The cover states; "After Pyle." Howard Pyle was an American artist best known for his illustrations of pirates and buccaneers. His Book of Pirates was originally published in 1921.
- Copperhead collects Transistor Radios.
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