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Wendy Jones is Windfall, a former member of the Masters of Disaster. Feeling remorseful over her complicity in crimes, she sided with the Outsiders.


Windfall was a young metahuman who gained her powers after her mother let her company perform prenatal DNA experiments on Wendy and her sister Becky, causing Becky to eventually kill their mother as revenge later in life.


Wendy Jones was originally a member of the super-villain group called Masters of Disaster alongside her sister. She even fought the Outsiders on more than one occasion. During an attack against the Outsiders she rescued one of their members. The team leader, Windfall's sister, New Wave was against Windfall helping Halo. This event caused Windfall to quit the team and join the Outsiders for awhile. She later left adventuring with the Outsiders behind and continued with college.

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During school, Wendy was invited to a fraternity party and date raped by members of the fraternity after they spiked her drink with rohypnol. After taking turns with Wendy, the fraternity members took pictures and posted them on the Internet, while the local district attorney, the father of one of the fraternity members who assaulted her, refused to make a case for Wendy due to her past as a supervillainess. As a result of the scandal, the college Wendy attended expelled her to avoid scrutiny, causing Wendy to return to the college and kill the fraternity members who ruined her by removing the air from their fraternity house and suffocating all the residents to death. Wendy was later incarcerated in Belle Reve for her murders before eventually being recruited by Amanda Waller for the Suicide Squad.[1]

During a mission to the Middle East, the General betrayed the team and led a mutiny against them as well. After trying to make an air wall to protect the group from the attacks from Chemo, Windfall could not maintain the wall and was reduced to a skeleton.


  • Although this character was originally introduced during DC's Earth-One era of publication, their existence following the events of the 1985–86 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths remains intact. However, some elements of the character's Pre-Crisis history may have been altered or removed for Post-Crisis New Earth continuity, and should be considered apocryphal.



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