Welcome to Gothtopia, blah blah, Gotham is all happy and safe. Say hello to Ms. Ramirez, who has a great life and a great job as the head of an ice cream company. But one day Ms. Ramirez wasn't feeling the happy and started having terrible dreams of a smile in the dark... hmm, wonder what that is? Oh well, time for another day at Joker Ice Cream.
Oh hey look, Gothtopia Barbara! She's happy too, everyone is so happy, nothing is ever going to go wrong! After a morning breakfast with her father, Barbara begins to patrol Gotham as Bluebelle, eventually running into her sidekick Daybreak, who is actually Knightfall. Meanwhile, Ramirez is acting kind of funny at work, employees are wondering about surprise inspections and maintenance on their truck radios, but Ramirez plays it off as normal day-to-day stuff. Totally unsuspicious day, good thing there's a field trip of elementary school students visiting soon!
Oh wait, things went bad! Bluebelle and Daybreak hear some screams, and see people dying from poisoned ice-cream on the streets. The truck radios are down, so the driver can't warn the others, so with a couple fatalities already, Bluebelle and Daybreak take to forcibly removing the ice-cream from the possession of anyone about to eat it. It's from one of the people Bluebelle saves, that she learns of the field trip to the factory.
At this point, Ramirez has gone full on mad... ish. Having shot one of her workers, she leads all the children into a room, where she puts on a make-shift mask with a grim smile on it, explaining to the children that her family had died at a roller rink while she was home sick (Death of the Family call back), she can't remember the details, but she remembers the smiles they had on their faces, and she ended up going mad while everyone else remained so happy.
Outside, Bullock and the GCPD are preparing for the worst with a sniper, Bluebelle tries to talk them out of it, but it's no use, so she rushes in, trying to avoid anymore deaths. When Bluebelle finally confronts Ramirez, she see's the mask and begins to remember. Ramirez recognizes that Bluebelle also remembers how the world used to be, finding joy in knowing she's not alone, but before she can say more, the sniper takes the shot, and does not miss. With that, Ramirez dies, Barbara unable to get any explanation.