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"The Chain": Lock-Up has captured Robin, while he was working undercover. Lock-Up brings him to his own personal prison. Robin is unable to contact anyone, at first, but he finally gets a hold of Nightwing. Nightwing tries to free Robin, but winds up freeing the entire jail, including Two-Fac


Quote1 Listen up, losers. I brought you something special tonight, a little treat. Quote2
-- Lock-Up



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Synopsis for "The Chain"

Lock-Up has captured Robin, while he was working undercover. Lock-Up brings him to his own personal prison. Robin is unable to contact anyone, at first, but he finally gets a hold of Nightwing. Nightwing tries to free Robin, but winds up freeing the entire jail, including Two-Face and Killer Moth. Eventually, Batman is forced to show up and save them. Meanwhile, Commissioner Gordon investigates the remaining problems with the clench.



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  • Lock-Up makes a reference to the N.C.I.C..



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