"[T]hat's part of the series' concept, the state of the world we all live in. ... If a superhero is going to have any potency, it has to accurately reflect the society it was created within. Superman did. Spider-Man did. That's probably what's wrong with most superhero characters these days, especially at the Big Two publishers. They don't reflect much of anything anymore, except for maybe -- occasionally -- the eccentricities of the creators who end up working on them. It's dangerous to reflect society in any real way, there's always a chance you might offend someone or present a picture that's a bit too disturbing, too much chocolate in someone's peanut butter -- which is not something that corporate publishers generally like to do anymore. I guess "The Bounce" is fairly anti-corporate in that way." - Joe Casey
Issue #3 -
Six Months Ago: How Jasper Jenkins discovered he had superpowers...
Present Day: Jasper has a talk with his brother, Assistant D.A. Jeremiah Jenkins...
Issue #4 -
At a military research facility:
Jasper decides to pay a visit to this Silver lady.
Meanwhile, remembering what Silver said, Jasper's journeyed underground to look for someone like him.