The Revenant was later introduced into the story, intervening twice in the police's attempts to arrest the Operative. A coloured vigilante garbed in a white cloak offered to aid in Piper's venture to seek out the culprit behind the actress's murder, apparently aware of the billionaire of some sort's secret identity as the Revenant handed him the Operative's black mask.
Overall, the story is okay, set on an all too familiar theme, with an added supernatural element and a black vigilante to lessen that sense of familiarity. By familiar theme I meant corruption in the people sworn to protect the innocent, vigilantes doing their dirty work and so on. A few vague points include whether Piper's actually stealing from the rich and giving to the poor instead of fueling a higher social status, which would lead to certain questions being raised, mainly on the lines of charity or other more socially acceptable ways of improving the lives of the general public. Stress typical of a higher social class impeding rational thinking that sort of thing perhaps.