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"Katana in: Death and Redemption": Aboard the Kobra ship, the Ark, Katana, King Kobra and Enchantress face off against Violet Harper who is the vessel for several [[Aurakles (Race)|


Quote1 ...I didn't care. Except now there's a little girl whose life is in danger because of me. And I just gotta live long enough to save her. Quote2
-- Deadshot



Appearing in "Katana in: Death and Redemption"

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Synopsis for "Katana in: Death and Redemption"

Aboard the Kobra ship, the Ark, Katana, King Kobra and Enchantress face off against Violet Harper who is the vessel for several Aurakles. Kobra and Katana team up to fight the beings and they manage to take Violet hostage after noticing the Aurakles defending her, though Violet wakes and begins to fight back but Katana knocks her down by redirecting her own power back at herself.

Doctor Jace runs away and straight into Harley Quinn and the other Suicide Squad members and they head off in the direction of the engine room, destroying everything in their way and heading for the escape pods.

The Aurakles break through the door and begin to attack Katana and her temporary allies. Katana kills one of the beings with electricity which gives Violet enough time to wake up and Enchantress realises that it is one of the Aurakles trapped in her body. As the other Aurakles return, Halo begins to fight back, identifying more as human.

Enchantress banishes the other Aurakles which King Kobra uses as an opportunity to betray Katana and the witch causing Katana to kill Lady Eve with her sword, trapping her soul within. King Kobra escapes and Enchantress returns to the Squad who escape in one of the pods, while Katana takes Halo elsewhere when the ship explodes.

From the ground Dr. Jace and the Prince of Markovia spot Halo rescuing Katana. Several days later Tatsu wakes in a hospital bed surrounded by the Doctor, the Prince, Anna - a girl she had rescued - and the cat they had both rescued.

Katana thanks them for their assistance, takes Halo and the cat, and they leave for more adventures.[1]

Appearing in "Deadshot: Night of the Hunter"

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Stood in the orphanage, Deadshot resolves to exact revenge upon whoever stole his daughter and killed her protectors. He rescues the other children but outside he is met with Waller and a SWAT team, Waller allows Lawton to hunt down his rival Will Evans.

Elsewhere, Will hides Suchin and brags about how is going to kill her father and escape the shadow Lawton casts over him. Details of a lone island, just off Gotham's coast, are sent to Lawton who arrives and finds a tent with a sniper rifle and a video message from Evans.

He proposes a sniper battle on the island, last man standing.

In the pouring rain Lawton and Evans square off, Lawton manages to destroy Evans' weapon causing him to retreat to the lighthouse where Suchin is hidden. Lawton leaves out traps to confuse Evans while he scales the lighthouse and the two are thrown into a bloody fist-fight. Evans shoots Lawton in the cheek causing Lawton to push them both off the edge of the lighthouse.

As they fall Lawton wrangles his weapon into Evans' face and shoots him through the head, killing him. Waller and her men recover Lawton and he and Suchin are reunited.

Three weeks pass, Lawton's time as a free man is coming to an end so he spends on last day with her at the park before being returned to his cell in Belle Reve.

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  • This book was first published on June 22, 2016.
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