"Katana in Into the Fire": As Lady Eve orders all the Markovian citizens against the wall, Katana launches her assault on the overwhelming Kobra troops, seizing the opportunity she knocks down some electrical cab
Appearing in "Katana in Into the Fire"
- Maseo Yamashiro (In a vision)
- Dr. Helga Jace
- Violet Harper (First appearance)
- Anna (First appearance)
- Task Force X
Synopsis for "Katana in Into the Fire"
As Lady Eve orders all the Markovian citizens against the wall, Katana launches her assault on the overwhelming Kobra troops, seizing the opportunity she knocks down some electrical cabling and electrocutes the troopers allowing her to focus upon their boss who sneaks away, taunting Katana.
The citizens are all grateful for their rescue but Katana soon encounters a police chief going rogue, shooting his subordinate and attempting to escape the county. Tatsu soon captures and subdues the Chief and bumps into Violet Harper, an American who was imprisoned after her boyfriend stole her passport and abandoned her and the two drive off to find Dr. Helga Jace.
The doctor, at that time, was undergoing interrogation by Lord Kobra himself. Katana finds herself waking from a dream about her husband and, looking into the car's trunk, they find a stowaway - Anna - whom Katana had saved previously. Violet wanders into the forest, ill, and Katana arms Anna with a flare gun to ward against the troops who were closing in.
A sneak assault allows Katana and the child to escape but Violet runs into Lady Eve and gives away vital information for a cure to her illness. On the road a barrage of soldiers give Katana trouble and allows the Kobra troops to capture Anna in return for Tatsu's surrender.
As the Kobra troops prepare to sacrifice her, Task Force X fall from the skies, armed and ready to join the fight.
Appearing in "Deadshot: The Killing"
- Deadshot (Flashback and main story)
- Task Force X
- George Lawton (Flashback and main story) (Dies)
- Genevive Lawton (Flashback and main story) (Dies)
- Edward Robert Lawton (Dies in flashback) (First appearance)
- Suchin Lawton (In picture only)
- James Gordon's Batsuit (Hologram)
Synopsis for "Deadshot: The Killing"
Haven broken off his mission, Deadshot finds himself outside his family's estate. He thinks back to how he falsified his past to better "suit" becoming an anti-hero, instead of being the victim it was his own mistake that resulted in his brother's death.
Now inside the house, Floyd stands above his terminally ill father and mother and goes to kill him but before he can his father passes away and in his anger Floyd kills his mother too.
Before leaving he spots a picture of his daughter implying that they knew about her.
- This book was first published on February 24, 2016.
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