In “Rapscallions” written by Joseph Harris, The Huntress runs into a group of juvenile criminals in an abandoned warehouse while looking for a kingpin named Karros. It’s not the most exciting Huntress story I’ve read and it certainly doesn’t have a happy ending. But, it is interesting to see Huntress interact with these children, who’ve fallen victim to the street life and lost their innocence, and attempt to break through their harder, non-trusting outer shells.
The story opens with her, somehow, getting knocked out, bound, and gagged by a large group of kids. She listens as the children begin to realize they may be in over their heads, and gathers that they work for Karros, or at least “they did”. They seem to be disgruntled little employees. A buy has been set up for midnight by Karros. The children have been waiting for the would-be buyers to arrive, where they intended to rob them and get a big payday, only Huntress showed up instead, and things go from bad to worse.