Synopsis: Kate accepts Director Bones' offer of a job as an independent contractor and heads off to speak to her ex-husband Peter. She discovers an empty house and a pool of blood - Peter and their son Ramsey have been kidnapped, and she calls in the DEO to help her. Meanwhile, Dylan Battles confronts reporter Ted Shoemaker, accidentally sending him through the teleporter to an unknown location. Peter and Ramsey have been kidnapped by Kate's biological father, a violent man that she's never had contact with since early childhood. He hands the two of them over to Phobia and Doctor Moon, who have an assignment to carry out with Ramsey, but can do as they please with Peter. Trying to track the kidnapper down, both Kate and Bones make the same discovery - her father is Walter Pratt, himself the son of Al Pratt, the Golden Age Atom.
Synopsis: Phobia tortures Peter while Doctor Moon informs Walter Pratt that his grandson Ramsey is not a suitable bone marrow donor. Pratt has to move to his plan B, telling his daughter Kate to meet him, alone, or face the death of her son. Despite having DEO backup, Kate obeys his instructions, although Chase plants a tracking device on her and asks Dylan about the teleporter he designed for Kate in her Manhunter identity. Todd Rice comes to pick Damon Matthews up for a date, while Walter is prepped for surgery by drinking an isotope that will destroy his cancerous bone marrow. Kate arrives as Manhunter, soon confronting and killing Moon. Phobia lashes out in revenge, and Manhunter slips her mask over Phobia's face, though Phobia's retaliation is swift and brutal.
Synopsis: Leaving Phobia trapped within her own mind, Kate leaves to confront her father. Needing a blood tranfusion, her father becomes enraged when he learns that his last chance at a normal life is lost. Does Kate have what it takes to finish off her father? And just what shocking secret does Kate learn, and what effects will it have on her long term?
Synopsis: It has been a year since the battle of Metropolis, and Manhunter is beginning to feel like she belongs in the superhuman community now. She and Obsidian bring in Punch and Jewelee before she meets up with first Director Bones and later her son Ramsey and his stepmother. Bones has asked her to do a very difficult job - she is to be Doctor Psycho's defense attorney.
Synopsis: As the trial of Doctor Psycho continues, Kate finds herself contradicting her personal methods to defend the villain. When Doctor Mid-Nite gets put on the witness stand, Kate puts him in his place. Following the adjournment for the day, Kate seeks out Doctor Mid-Nite to question him about the possibility that she is the grand-daughter of the late Al Pratt!
Synopsis: Ramsey strikes out against a schoolyard bully, and it seems he is far stronger than an average kid. Mark Shaw is having strange blackouts. And Chase investigates a serial killer, becoming the next intended victim of the slasher Sweeney Todd. Meanwhile, Manhunter and Dylan find themselves under attack from Kilg%re, the sentient computer villain, who has taken over the body of Ted Shoemaker. Manhunter is able to shut it down.
Synopsis: Chase faces the psychotic killer Sweeney Todd, who wields a psychic razor, and is able to keep herself safe until Manhunter gets wind of her trouble and zooms in to rescue her. Doctor Psycho is 'visited' by a psychic projection of Talia al Ghul, who warns him not to cause any trouble for the Society, and Julie gives birth to a daughter, Violet Elizabeth Robinson. Later, Kate finally finds out who she's really descended from. Her grandmother is Sandra Knight, formerly the Phantom Lady, and her grandfather is Iron Munro. Both Sandra and Kate are happy to discover their newly extended families.
Notes: Layouts by Diego Olmos
Iron Monroe, Green Lantern, Atom, Dr. Fate, Starman, Spectre, Hawkman, Air-Wave, Wildcat and Johnny Quick appearing in flashbacks only.