Some time later, Dredd ran into Toots again while she was on the trail of a demon which had broken through into their dimension; Toots was able to banish the creature, with Dredd's help.
Later still, Toots angered a fellow witch, a shape changer, by insulting her and lured Dredd and another Judge to her apartment by magically influencing Dredd to carry out a Crime Blitz. She was expecting to be attacked by her rival, Wanda, and correctly gambled that Dredd would be able to save her, which he did by blowing off the foot of a demonic flying creature which laid siege to the apartment (in reality, Wanda). The creature escaped, injured, and Toots denied all knowledge of it, fooling Dredd's lie detector. She continues to operate within the city, and Dredd remains apparently unaware or disbelieving of her magical abilities, though he has noticed that trouble seems to follow her.
Notes and Trivia FactsEdit
Toots Milloy's introductory story was titled B*w*tch*d, and was a deliberate spoof of the 1960s US TV series Bewitched, which featured a nose twitching witch called Samantha and her husband Darrin Stevens.