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"Just Passing Through": Nightwing just handles a van jacking when surprisingly Superman arrives to help him out. Superman accompanies Nightwing on patrol. Chief Redhorn holds a press conference talking about h
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Synopsis for "Just Passing Through"
Nightwing just handles a van jacking when surprisingly Superman arrives to help him out. Superman accompanies Nightwing on patrol. Chief Redhorn holds a press conference talking about his action to handle all Gotham refugees coming to Bludhaven, but when the reporters see Superman flying by the police headquarters, Redhorn is no longer in the spotlight.
Superman and Nightwing arrive at the Zephraim Moore Housing project. The property has a new owner and a lawyer tells the Gotham refugees that they have to leave the area until next morning. Superman blows away the lawyer's paperwork to buy the people some time, but Nightwing wants to solve the problem at its root. He knows that the company which bought the premises belongs to Blockbuster. So Superman and Nightwing pay the crime boss a visit. They convince him to leave the refugees alone, otherwise Superman would come to Bludhaven more often and interfere in Blockbuster's other businesses. After leaving Superman tells Dick that Blockbuster has an enlarged heart and might not live another year. When Superman flies out of Bludhaven, Dick thinks about the distrust Batman has for Superman because he is not from Earth. But in Dick's eyes Superman is more human than anybody else.
Meanwhile, Nite-Wing plans his revenge on the thugs who shot him ...
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