"A Walk in the Park, Part One": Ever since 'No Man's Land', Poison Ivy has lived in Robinson Park, which has become inaccessible to all others. With her are many children, orphans of No Man's Land, along with a number of plant-people, the Feraks. Now, [[Daniel
- I prick you with thorns and you respond with lead. Isn't that the very heart of the problem?
- -- Poison Ivy
Appearing in "A Walk in the Park, Part One"
- Kenzer (a member of the Quick response Team) (First appearance)
- Rose (one of Poison Ivy's orphans)
- Amir (one of Poison Ivy's orphans)
- Mayor Dickerson
- Fiona (Bruce Wayne's secretary)
Synopsis for "A Walk in the Park, Part One"
Ever since 'No Man's Land', Poison Ivy has lived in Robinson Park, which has become inaccessible to all others. With her are many children, orphans of No Man's Land, along with a number of plant-people, the Feraks. Now, Mayor Dickerson wants to take back the park, and Commissioner Gordon is ordered to start spraying it with herbicide at dawn if Ivy will not leave.
Meanwhile, the board of directors at Wayne Enterprises have decided to employ a bodyguard for Bruce Wayne. Wayne is not impressed, and does not make agood impression on the woman hired for the job, Sasha Bordeaux. At sunset, he gives his new bodyguard the slip and heads for Robinson Park as Batman. Hearing of the Mayor's ultimatum, he heads in alone to talk to Poison Ivy.
Appearing in "The Jacobian, Chapter Six: The Magic Child"
- The Jacobian
- A General (Single appearance)
- The Mahmetchik
- Maksim, a.k.a. The Colonel (Single appearance)
- Munq (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Jacobian, Chapter Six: The Magic Child"
In the wartorn land of Retshk, the Jacobian encounters Maksim, a child with incredible mental powers, in some ways reminiscent of his own abilities. He is followed by the Mahmetchik, who are displeased that the boy has been taught these powers and utter a word to him - Oonooot, which means 'forget'. they also utter this word to the Jacobian and take him away.
- Lucius Fox refers to Hugo Strange's appearance in Batman: Gotham Knight #8-11 as one of the reasons for hiring a bodyguard for Bruce Wayne.
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