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"Wings Over Brentwood": An incident of a messed up pizza delivery on the campus of Brentwood Academy makes Robin suspicious that something might be going on in the ruinous belltower. During night, Robin checks out the tower together with Cardigan, the Dean's dog



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  • Cardigan

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Synopsis for "Wings Over Brentwood"

An incident of a messed up pizza delivery on the campus of Brentwood Academy makes Robin suspicious that something might be going on in the ruinous belltower. During night, Robin checks out the tower together with Cardigan, the Dean's dog. in the highest part of the belltower Robin is attacked by three beings he recognizes as Man-Bats. Robin is not able to fight back because he has to save Cardigan from a deadly fall of the tower.

Next day, Tim contacts Nightwing who recently ran into the original Man-Bat himself. They deduce that the whole family of Robert Langstrom might have turned into Man-Bats, including his wife Francine and their daughter Rebecca. Tim and Dick agree to meet at Francine's lab to continue the investigation. Nightwing also hopes to find some antidote there, but the two heroes have no such luck.

As Robin makes his way back to the school, he does not realize that he is followed by a camera drone. Luckily, the smallest of the Man-Bats thinks the drone is some kind of toy and destroys it without Robin noticing anything. The camera belongs to a man called Jaeger who now is searching for the Man-Bats.

Alfred advises Tim to call someone who might have a sample of the antidote formula ... it is the private investigator Jason Bard!



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  • This book was first published on March 15, 2000.
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