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"Episode Three": Two men walk into a crowded Gotham City night spot called the Black Canary. Oddly, the bartender of this establishment, dressed in black leather, fishnet stockings and a mask, also calls herself Black Canary. Like everybody else in the bar, the two men subject her to a barra


Quote1 Dick Grayson. Age twelve. Aerialist. The best I've ever seen. Quote2
-- Batman



Appearing in "Episode Three"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • None

Other Characters:

  • Clark Kent
  • Dorothy (Single appearance)
  • Liam (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Episode Three"

Two men walk into a crowded Gotham City night spot called the Black Canary. Oddly, the bartender of this establishment, dressed in black leather, fishnet stockings and a mask, also calls herself Black Canary. Like everybody else in the bar, the two men subject her to a barrage of cat calls. Black Canary endures the unwelcome adoration for quite some time, but her mind is on only one thing - a man she has never even met... the Batman. As the evening wears on, she tires of the never ending solicitations and finally loses her patience. She leaps over the bar and begins to beat up every besotted reveler she can get he hands on. When she is done, the only man left standing is the bar's owner, Liam. Liam makes the mistake of calling her "sweet chunks" and Canary kicks him through the window. She tends her resignation, hops on her motorcycle, and rides off in search of Batman.

Batman meanwhile, has the recently orphaned Dick Grayson inside of his Batmobile. He converts the vehicle to Aqualung mode, then dives down deep into the river and sails through an underground tunnel. He wonders if he made the right decision in taking the boy.

Miles away in the city of Metropolis. Clark Kent reads about Grayson's abduction in the Daily Planet newspaper. Anger overwhelms him and he burns the paper with dual-blasts of heat vision.



Notes

  • This book was first published on January 25, 2006.
  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • No trivia.



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Frank Miller's Dark Knight
Characters AbnerAlfred PennyworthAtomBartholomew WolperBatgirlBatmanBat-MiteBig BardaBlack CanaryBrainiacBrunoCaptain MarvelCarrie KelleyCatwomanCreeperDick GraysonDonEllen YindelElongated ManFlashGreen ArrowGreen LanternGuardianHawk and DoveHawkboyJames GordonJason ToddJimmy OlsenJocko-boy VanzettiJokerJustice LeagueLana LangLaraLex LuthorMartian ManhunterMutant LeaderMutantsPlastic ManQuestionRick RickardRobSarah EssenSaturn GirlSons of BatmanSuperchixSupermanTwo-FaceVicki ValeWonder Woman
Comics Batman: Year OneAll Star Batman and Robin, the Boy WonderSpawn/BatmanBatman: The Dark Knight ReturnsBatman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again
Creators Frank MillerDick GiordanoKlaus JansonLynn VarleyDave MazzucchelliTodd McFarlaneJim Lee
Television "Legends of the Dark Knight" (The New Batman Adventures) •

"Artifacts" (The Batman)

Film Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2
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