"Dead or Undead!": Hath-Set viciously advances against Hawkgirl, but she manages to deflect each of his sword thrusts. To the surprise of both of them, the consciousness of Chay-Ara becomes dominant in Hawkgirl's body, and she uses her kno
- Damnation to you, Hath-Set... for all eternity... until the end of time! Give our regards... to Osiris.
- -- Hawkgirl
Appearing in "Dead or Undead!"
- Hawkgirl (Shiera Sanders Hall) (Cameo)
Synopsis for "Dead or Undead!"
Hath-Set viciously advances against Hawkgirl, but she manages to deflect each of his sword thrusts. To the surprise of both of them, the consciousness of Chay-Ara becomes dominant in Hawkgirl's body, and she uses her knowledge of Hath-Set to give herself an advantage. Hawkgirl picks up a sword and the two continue fighting.
Hawkman meanwhile, is still trapped in a lower dungeon with Hath-Set's mummified sons. He bashes one against the stone wall and impales the other with a spear.
Kendra meanwhile gets the upper hand and manages to sever Hath-Set's sword arm. Hath-Set channels the ka energy of his sons to reconstitute his missing limb. Hath-Set tells Hawkgirl that she will become the mother of a restored royal bloodline.
Hawkman overhears the conversation up above and uses a torch to destroy the mummies, so that Hath-Set can no longer draw upon their power. He then breaks free and flies up to help Kendra. He hurls his spear at Hath-Set, sending it passing through his skull. Hawkgirl finishes him off by slicing Hath-Set in twain down the middle.
With the threat of Hath-Set finally over, the spirit of Chay-Ara (and by extension, Shiera Hall) is no longer needed. She gives a parting kiss to Carter, then abandons Kendra's body for the afterlife. Kendra is now once again, a complete person. The Hawks fly off into the sunset.
- This issue shipped on July 25th, 2007.
- Final issue of the series.
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