"Retribution Part 2: Contested": Yoska Graesinka takes his alleged grandson Dick Grayson aside to tell him that he knows he supports the adoption by Bruce Wayne to steal money from the billionaire. That accusation makes Dick laugh out l
Appearing in "Retribution Part 2: Contested"
- Talia al Ghul (In a photograph only)
Synopsis for "Retribution Part 2: Contested"
Yoska Graesinka takes his alleged grandson Dick Grayson aside to tell him that he knows he supports the adoption by Bruce Wayne to steal money from the billionaire. That accusation makes Dick laugh out loud, not only because the stupidity in itself but also because Bruce and him thought Graesinka might have learned about their vigilant activites as Batman and Nightwing.
Meanwhile at the Schreck, Jack Inzerillo talks with his arrested father Enrico. Although he thinks his father's views are antiquated, Jack promises to get him out of jail. Thus, he needs Enrico to call "his" guys and meet with Jack in Bludhaven.
At the same time, Oracle informs Batman that her research results regarding Yoska Graesinka are inconclusive. Batman is sure that Graesinka is not lying, but someone else is lying to the old man.
In an alley of Bludhaven, Jack Inzerillo meets with representatives of another crime organization. But when his father's men arrive, his business partner just shoot them down. Obviously Jack was played.
Back at Dick's appartment, him and Graesinka continue to talk about family when suddenly a shot is fired through a window and Dick is just able to push Graesinka down. Dick finally asks who told Graesinka about him and the unexpected answer is Ra's al Ghul. The shot was fired by Ubu and he is being taken down by Batman. Ubu openly confesses that his master wanted him to shoot at Graesinka, but also to miss him. Batman tells Ubu to leave town and then immediately looks for Jack Inzerillo. He arrives too late to save Enrico's men, but at least beats up the killers from the rival organization.
Later, Bruce visits Dick. Graesinka apologizes for being fooled by R'as al Ghul as he actually is not a relative of Dick. Obviosuly, R'as al Ghul wanted to make Bruce feel what it means to "lose" a child and how easily he could come between him an Dick ...
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