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Nightwing (1996) - #148
"The Great Leap, Part Two"
DC Comics

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Peter J. Tomasi

Rags Morales - 'Ralph Morales'

Michael Bair - 'Michael A. Hernandez'
Bob Petrecca

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Travis Lanham

Harvey Richards
Michael Siglain

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Rags Morales - 'Ralph Morales'

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Cover Date: November 2008
Cover Price: US $ 2.99

Issue Tagline: Nightwing R.I.P.?

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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The Great Leap

Nightwing safely transports Carol to one of Batman’s secret safehouses, while he returns to the Batcave. There, Alfred surgically removes the bullets that have been embedded in his body. Upon healing, Nightwing races back to the safehouse using one of his old motorcycles. Carol receives a call on her cell phone from Harvey Dent, checking up on how well Nightwing has been taking care of her. Carol questions Harvey’s motivation to protect her, and Harvey confesses that he only wanted to protect an old love interest from being picked off by a hitman. Nightwing takes to the skies once more, but he receives a call from Alfred saying that the sharpshooter’s bullets had traces of Scarecrow fear toxin on them. Even more unfortunate is that someone had broken into the apartment that Carol was being held at. Nightwing rushes off to save her, only to be confronted by Batman’s rogues gallery.

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Nightwing (1996) TPB vol. 15

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