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Nightwing (1996) - #149
"The Great Leap, Part Three"
DC Comics

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Peter J. Tomasi

Don Kramer

Jay Leisten

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Travis Lanham

Harvey Richards
Michael Siglain

Cover Artist(s):
Rags Morales - 'Ralph Morales'

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Cover Date: December 2008
Cover Price: US $ 2.99

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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The Great Leap

Completely consumed by fear toxin, Nightwing battles each foe as they appear to be attacking Carol. He overcomes Killer Croc, Penguin, Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, Mr. Freeze, and Joker before coming face-to-face with Two-Face himself. Nightwing realizes that it was Two-Face who shot him with the fear toxin and that Two-Face had actually hired Nightwing to protect Carol from this split personality. Two-Face fights off Nightwing and shoots Carol, causing her to bleed to death. Two-Face meets with his hire to collect his reward for killing Carol, and then comes to the realization of what had happened. Two-Face, enraged, vows that he will kill Nightwing for not protecting Carol from himself.

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Nightwing (1996) TPB vol. 15

All of the characters except for Nightwing, Two-Face and Carol Bermingham appear as Nightwing's hallucinations.

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