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"A Little Thing!": Robin brutally beats a gunman at a kids play zone and is later scolded by Nightwing for being reckless. Robin responds that he is jaded from all of the psychos and he wishes there were more creative villains.


Quote1 Look, Gotham's weird, but come on. A lion? Were you going to hook up with Scarecrow and Metallo for a Wizard of Oz reunion? Quote2
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Batman: Gotham Adventures #19 is an issue of the series Batman: Gotham Adventures (Volume 1) with a cover date of December, 1999.

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Synopsis for "A Little Thing!"

Robin brutally beats a gunman at a kids play zone and is later scolded by Nightwing for being reckless. Robin responds that he is jaded from all of the psychos and he wishes there were more creative villains.

Soon, a new rogue dressed as a prairie girl takes to the streets, but Robin immediately recognizes her as Batgirl. Batman calls them to a hostage situation, but he has already taken care of it by the time they arrive. As Robin and Batgirl patrol, they see a man in a lion costume, who Robin easily identifies as Nightwing. Robin explains that they never get to accomplish anything permanent, but gets cut off by a police alert. The three of them stop a break-in and a gang of people wearing hubcaps. After, Robin rides home but notices a man dressed up as a sunflower, who is unsuccessfully trying to rob a flower shop and keeps calling himself an imbecile.

In the Batcave, Robin expresses how he feels like he did some good after letting the guy off the hook, and thanks Batgirl and Nightwing for trying to cheer him up. As he leaves, Batman thanks Alfred for his "assistance".



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