- This article is about the comic, for the character see Jersey Devil.
Some TMNT stuff really isn't for little kids.
Appearing in The Jersey Devil
- Null (Hologram)
Driving through the New Jersey Pine Barrens, Sally Pride and Man Ray are in search of the so-called Jersey Devil. There has recently been a rash of new sightings and Ray thinks it could be another potential recruit for the Mutanimals. Along the way, they remind each other of their origins as Null experiments: How Sally was trained to be the perfect pilot and driver, while Ray was trained to be the perfect soldier.
Elsewhere, four cyborg agents working for Null (Fist, Waster, Deadaim and Lynch) are also in search of the Jersey Devil, who escaped Null custody. Via mutagen packs on their backs, they transform into werewolves and begin the hunt.
Taking her eyes off the road for a second, Sally nearly runs over a jackal-mutant. He dodges the car with his speed and reflexes, and after Sally stops, he introduces himself to them as Dreadmon. Apparently, he was a child soldier in the Congo when a Null scientist offered to pay him in exchange for undergoing some tests. He was transformed into a mutant and escaped to the US.
- Though Dreadmon is from the Congo, the story never specifies whether he comes from the Republic of the Congo or the Democratic Republic of Congo, both of which are often simply called the "Congo." However, Douek confirmed that he was from DRC and took part in the Second Congo War.
- The werewolf team goes without a proper name in the issue, but their individual identities are taken from the Archie TMNT Adventures villains the Gang of Four: Fist, Lynch, Waster and Dead-Eye (renamed "Deadaim" for this comic). They first appeared in TMNT Adventures #48.