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Appearing in "Lone Gunmen"
- Oliver Queen (Flashback and main story)
- Moira Queen
- Thea Queen
- Detective Quentin Lance
- John Diggle
- Tommy Merlyn
- Laurel Lance
- Felicity Smoak (First appearance)
- James Holder (Only appearance; dies)
- Deadshot (Floyd Lawton) (First appearance) (Apparent Death)
- Max Fuller (First appearance)
- Warren Patel (Mentioned only)
- Walter Steele
- Detective Lucas Hilton
- Joanna De La Vega
- Yao Fei (First full appearance)
- Carley Diggle (First appearance)
- Alexi Leonov (First appearance)
- Robert Queen (Mentioned only)
- Sara Lance (Mentioned only)
- Carl Rasmussen (Mentioned only) (Dies)
- Andrew Diggle (Mentioned only)
- Marc Piler (Name appears in Oliver's book only)
- Yasemin Soze (Name appears in Oliver's book only)
- Andy Haskell (Name appears on Deadshot's body only)
- Wes Anselm (Name appears on Deadshot's body only)
- Glen Winter (Name appears on Deadshot's body only)
- United States of America
- Lian Yu (Flashback only)
- Corto Maltese (Mentioned only)
- Markovia (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for "Lone Gunmen"
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- No notes.
- The names of Yasemin Soze, a Turkish arms dealer for the Suicide Squad, and Marc Piler, a man who once posed as Deadshot.
- Deadshot's victims include Andy Haskell and Wes Anselm (two of Deadshot's targets from the comics), and Smallville director Glen Winter.
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