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Taking a good look at Brock today, I can’t help thinking he was modeled after a younger Stan Lee.
So, as a result of this rejection, is Vera going to do something awful to “Mars Maid” in his strip that’s going to arouse the ire of Mr. Archival, who will then try to kill Vera to avenge Mysta?
Vitamin will hate the fact that he’s been upstaged.
And Abner will not be dead. Either he will get buried in a Lazarus Pit, or the Superboy of Earth Prime will start punching reality again, and Abner will rise from the grave.
It’s discovered that the arrow was poisoned, and Tracy dies.
10 kills Abner, he dies.
Then it becomes a quest for one of Ra’s al Ghul’s Lazarus Pits, where both get revived (cameo by Bruce Wayne, of course).
It was in code on Pouch’s blue balloon…
Perhaps the new contract is to kill Pouch—to finish the job. The Apparatus could have been the recipient of the blue balloon.
Perhaps Oscar is setting Peggy up for a meeting with her brother, who will try to get her to give up the property. Perhaps he’s eating dinner there, and Oscar, with that knowledge, is setting things up to try to force Peggy to sell.
If the house does blow up, will it cause the root cellar to collapse, trapping and / or killing Tiger Lily?
Wouldn’t it be ironic if the customer Pouch had on the phone was Auntie Bellum?
@a-man2 I’ve been wondering that myself—my theory is that Auntie Bellum is either not real, or dead—I think it may be Aquarius throwing his voice. Thinking that Aquarius either has MPD or it’s a situation like Norman Bates in Psycho.