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Quote1.png This is a sick immoral society we're living in, where the irresponsible have the right to force garbage on decent people. Quote2.png
Michael Farrel

Appearing in "Going to the Dogs"

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  • Enrique Parquer (Unnamed)
  • Omar
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Synopsis for "Going to the Dogs"

Steve and Bernie's neighbour, fireman Mike Farrel, is involved with the Watchdogs. While he shares their ideals, he does not want people to be killed, and an innocent man was left to die in one of the Watchdog operations he was involved in. He confesses to Bernie, begging her to not go to the police; but the Watchdog, suspicious, had hidden bugged Mike's home. They raid Mike's home intent on killing him - but Mike had left to try and warn another target, and Bernie had called Captain America. Captain America confronts the Watchdogs, but fails to stop them; the Watchdogs leave with Bernie as a hostage, and they detonate a bomb on Mike's home. Mike returns home to believe that Bernie had called the cops, against his wishes.

Appearing in "Loose Ends"

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The Serpent Society has been captured, except for Black Mamba, Asp and Diamondback, who helped Captain America, and Anaconda, Puff Adder and Rock Python, who escaped. The former trio decide to associate with each other, creating B.A.D. Girls, Inc. (after their own acronym), to protect themselves against retaliation by the Society - particularly if the three other Serpents free their partners from jail. Taking the initiative, B.A.D. Girls try to lay a trap for the Society at Diamondback's home. They instead fall on a trap that the other Serpents had already laid for them.

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