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[Plunder in Flash #165]
Real Name: Jared Morillo (alternate universe version)
Known Relatives: none
Occupation: Bounty Hunter
Group Affiliation: Blacksmith’s Rogues
Base of Operations: Keystone City, Kansas
First Appearance: Flash v.2 #165 (October 2000)
Created By: Geoff Johns and Angel Unzueta

There are mirror worlds, altered reflections of reality that can be accessed through mirrors (until they fade out of existence)—and no one knows mirrors better than the Mirror Master. Following the directions of a mysterious benefactor, the Mirror Master attempted to trap the Flash in one such world, a world with no speed force and no Flash dynasty, a world where first heroes then the law became twisted into execution-style “justice.” The plan worked, but Mirror Master and Captain Cold were trapped there as well.

Around the time they arrived, that dimension’s Thinker (still alive and well) had discovered the nature of their universe and begun devising a plan to break out. He hired a bounty hunter called Plunder to terrorize the police of Keystone City, then sent him after the three interlopers from another world. Plunder captured the two Rogues, bringing them to the Thinker, who planned to use them to find a way out. The Flash came after them, gave them a chance to defeat the Thinker, then Mirror Master activated his equipment and sent the three of them back home.

What they didn’t know at the time was that Plunder hitched a ride and escaped as well. Some time later he joined Blacksmith’s Rogues and began working with them in their plan to eliminate or incapacitate the Flash’s allies... including his own counterpart, Detective Jared Morillo.

Plunder may have been killed by Zoom II (Flash #223)—or he may simply have been sent back to the mirror world of his origin.

Text by Kelson Vibber. Do not copy without permission.

Top of Page Primary Sources

  • “Wonderland” parts 2–4 - Flash (second series) #165–167 (October–December 2000), Geoff Johns


  • Flash (second series) #165 (October 2000) - Angel Unzueta


  • Flash Secret Files #3 under The Rogues (November 2001)
  • The DC Comics Encyclopedia (2004)

Significant Appearances

  • Flash #165–167 (October–December 2000): “Wonderland” parts 2–4, Geoff Johns
  • Flash: Iron Heights (2001), Geoff Johns (cameo)
  • Flash #177 (October 2001): “Event Horizon,” Geoff Johns
  • Flash Secret Files #3 (ovember 2001): “Rogues,” Geoff Johns (cameo)
  • Flash #181 (February 2002): “Fallout,” Geoff Johns
  • Flash #183–188 (April–September 2002): “Crossfire,” Geoff Johns
  • Flash #192–193 (January–February 2003): “Run Riot” Parts 1–2, Geoff Johns
  • Flash #207 (April 2004): “Rush Hour,” Geoff Johns
  • Flash #217 (February 2005): “Post-Crisis,” Geoff Johns (cameo)
  • Flash #222–223 (July–August 2005): “Rogue War, Chapters 3–4,” Geoff Johns