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"Urban Renewal, Part Four: Bulletproof": Deadshot and Closer fight. Deadshot finds Closer's weakness, exploits it and defeats him. The mother of Deadshot's daughter appears and helps him home. She tells him if he'll stop killing people, she'll settle down with
Appearing in "Urban Renewal, Part Four: Bulletproof"
- The Closer
- Deadline (Cameo)
- Javelin (Cameo)
- Kaliber (Cameo)
- Metamorpheus (Cameo)
- Pathfinder (Cameo)
- Schrek (Cameo)
- Sidewinder (Cameo)
- Sudden Death (Cameo)
- The Russians
- Mr. Gordunov (First appearance)
- Vatos Locos
- Mr. Mendoza (First appearance)
- Mr. Biggs (First appearance)
- Detective Forbes
Synopsis for "Urban Renewal, Part Four: Bulletproof"
Deadshot and Closer fight. Deadshot finds Closer's weakness, exploits it and defeats him. The mother of Deadshot's daughter appears and helps him home. She tells him if he'll stop killing people, she'll settle down with him. Deadshot walks out. After talking with the local cops and Green Arrow, Deadshot returns home and tells his girlfriend he'd like to give things a try. In the meantime, the local crime organizations have pooled their resources and hired Firebug and an army of metahuman criminals to kill Deadshot.
- This book was first published on March 2, 2005.
- No special notes.
In this issue, Lawton refers to Old West bounty hunter Jonah Hex. Jonah Hex is a monthly comic co-written by inker Jimmy Palmiotti.
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