Showcase '94 #5-6, Robin #6 (Knightquest: the Crusade)
Sort of a re-hash of the "Robin III" mini-series, as it's a straight-up team-up between Robin and the Huntress. It all revolves around Huntress's old mob ties and is pretty straightforward. Nothing substantial to this, as it's yet another attempt to make Huntress seem significant. It's just to show Robin working with others, but this story was referenced in a small intermission panel in "Batman #507".
Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #59-61 (Knightquest: the Search)
The blow-off to Bruce Wayne's search for Shondra. The trail leads him back to Gotham, which is where Alfred FINALLY has enough and leaves. He goes to Wayne Manor one last time and asks Jean-Paul to maybe help out Bruce. Jean-Paul's apathetic, but follows up and walks into a wild goose chase that had been laid by Bruce.
Benedict Asp turns out to be "Benjamin Asplin", and Shondra was his adopted sister, "Sandra Asplin". Their father was a child abuser and took to whaling on Sandra. In the first outbreak of the duo's powers, they accidentally killed their father. In the present, using his new helmet to command the remote killing powers, Asp kills the duo's mother just by thinking about her. Asp also tries to kill Bruce's undercover ID of "Sir Hemingford Gray", which leads Asp to figure out that Bruce is Batman. Bruce goes after Asp and his flunky, but gets knocked out and taken to Santa Prisca.
Shondra and Bruce attack Asp and his thug, but Asp is killed in the melee by a combination of Shondra's powers and a drug injection. Bruce confides in Shondra that he had planned to ask her to marry him, back in Batman #499. They both pass out on top of one another and Shondra's powers heal Bruce.
Shondra has a mental breakdown and reverts to a child-like state. Bruce takes her back to Gotham and puts her in a home.
This is the end of "The Search"...and it wasn't very good. I think they had grander plans for Asp, but he didn't turn out too well. The Santa Prisca location (used twice) made it seem like Bane would be involved, but it was just a coincidence. A sick part of me wanted to see crippled Bruce taking on crippled Bane.
After making Shondra into a love interest for Bruce, they do a sudden switcheroo by giving her powers, then writing her off. She would rarely be mentioned, again. After this, I don't think we'd see her until 1995 and an issue of "Azrael". For someone whom Bruce was considering MARRYING, she's quickly gone and forgotten.
Another note is that DC had begun teasing "Zero Hour" in early 1994, which MAY have been why this story was carried in "Legends of the Dark Knight". As mentioned earlier, it had been off-limits to modern Bat-continuity. It's possible they had to speed-up Bruce's return in time for Zero Hour, so they had to use "Legends". It also carries a few installments of "KnightsEnd", as well.
We're nearing the end!