"Angle of Attack": Dudley Soames has finished his rehabilitation and thanks Dr. Pavaar by killing her with his bare hands. Soames now uses mirror glasses to see what's in front of him and he is eager for revenge!
Appearing in "Angle of Attack"
- Dudley Soames
- Turk Fremunda
- Carl (First appearance)
- Reb (Single appearance)
- Dandy Clemenceau (Appears only as a corpse)
- Maynard Weaver (Appears only as a corpse)
- Tad Ryerstad
- Dennis (First appearance)
- Dr. Elizabeth Pavaar (Dies)
Synopsis for "Angle of Attack"
Dudley Soames has finished his rehabilitation and thanks Dr. Pavaar by killing her with his bare hands. Soames now uses mirror glasses to see what's in front of him and he is eager for revenge!
Meanwhile, Huntress is in Blüdhaven and takes down some thugs in a bar. She leaves a message for a man called Turk Fremunda that she is looking for him. Fremunda controls one of Blüdhaven's unions and after hearing about Huntress' threat he gladly accepts Cisco Blaine's offer to quietly take care of her.
Tad Ryerstad has fully recovered from his gunshot wounds. He does not know that Nightwing took care of all the medical costs. His doctor advises him to stay out of trouble, but it does not look as if Tad wants to stop being Nite-Wing.
Dick Grayson has planned another date with Bridget Clancy and they are getting ready watching some movies in Bridget's apartment. As she prepares some popcorn, Dick watches news about a double murder which looks like a typical mob execution. He leaves without a word before Bridget comes back to the living room. A little later, Nightwing breaks into the morgue. The victims are Dandy Clemenceau, one of Fremunda's men, and Maynard Weaver, a union man from Gotham City. To be on the safe side, Dick leaves a spy camera to watch what the autopsy comes up with ...
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