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"The Hunt for Oracle, Part Two: The Noose!": While Black Canary is being hunted by Lady Vic and Brutale, Blockbuster continues to push his other mercenaries to



Appearing in "The Hunt for Oracle, Part Two: The Noose!"

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  • Giles (Deceased)
  • Gillian (Deceased)

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Synopsis for "The Hunt for Oracle, Part Two: The Noose!"

While Black Canary is being hunted by Lady Vic and Brutale, Blockbuster continues to push his other mercenaries to find the real person behind the digital myth named Oracle. Barbara keeps herself mobile in her Humvee and tells Black Canary that she needs her in Gotham. But just right after that conversation Dinah is being knocked out by Lady Vic.

Nightwing has been freed by Agent Ronnie Houston aka Cisco Blaine. Dick wants to go to his car to turn the Blockbuster files over to the federal agent and, thus, asks Houston to free Tad Ryerstad.

As Black Canary awakes, she is still in contact with Oracle. Dinah is being held on a privat jet and thinks she is on her way to Gotham City.

Meanwhile, Nightwing finds out that his car exploded, so all evidence against Blockbuster got destroyed as well. He gives a quick call to Robin to warn him that Oracle might be in danger. But the situation gets worse as Nite-Wing tells him that he killed Cisco Blaine ...



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  • This book was first published on June 14, 2000.
  • This is the second part of the four part storyline, The Hunt for Oracle. The story followed Nightwing #45 and it continues in Nightwing #46.

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