Character » Plunder appears in 45 issues.

    He is the mirror world counterpart of Jared Morillo. He is also an expert marksman.

    Short summary describing this character.

    Plunder last edited by magicman620 on 08/29/20 07:08AM View full history


    In a Mirror Universe where the speed force doesn't exist, Jared Morillo is a bounty hunter and assassin working for his universe's version of the Thinker.


    Plunder was created by Geoff Johns and Angel Unzueta. He is based on the heroic character Jared Morillo. He first appeared in The Flash #165.

    Major Story Arcs


    Working as an assassin for the Thinker, Morillo is sent after the Flash, Captain Cold and Mirror Master, interlopers from the main universe whose presence threatens to destroy the mirror universe. He is defeated in a battle with the Flash, but manages to hitch a ride when the three escape his universe and return to the main one.


    Plunder is recruited to join Blacksmith's new iteration of the Rogues. He shoots Chunk, and is sent to kill Fred Chyre and the original Jared Morillo. He is defeated by them when Morillo returns from the dead thanks to his recently acquired healing power. Following the defeat and dissolution of the group, Plunder goes his own way.

    Rogue War

    During the Rogue War, Plunder is hypnotized by the Top to fight alongside him and the new Rogues. He is confronted by Professor Zoom, who shatters him like glass, apparently killing him.

    Powers and Abilities

    Plunder is an expert marksman, and skilled in the use of a sniper rifle. He is also a skilled hand to hand combatant.

    Other Media

    The Flash

    In the season 3 episode "The Present," a news report shows an image of Plunder. He is wearing an eyepatch.


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