"Acts of Violence": Although Batman never used guns or rifles, he knew everything about them and how to use them. And he trained Dick Grayson the same as well, so Dick feels pretty comfortable during his first training session at the sh
Nightwing (Volume 2) #33 is an issue of the series Nightwing (Volume 2) with a cover date of July, 1999.
Synopsis for "Acts of Violence"
Although Batman never used guns or rifles, he knew everything about them and how to use them. And he trained Dick Grayson the same as well, so Dick feels pretty comfortable during his first training session at the shooting stand of the Police Academy. During lunch a fellow classmate introduces himself to Dick as Mac Arnot. Dick is a little puzzled, because up to this point Dick did not notice this guy.
In the evening, Blockbuster hires three villains to take care of the thieves who are hurting his organization more with every deed. Nightwing is also on their trail and visits Eddie Plenty, a receiver of stolen goods, to get some information. Indeed, Eddie knows of a location where the next heist might take place. Shortly after Nightwing sets up his observation there, an acrobatic young woman in yellow spandex shows up to loot the place. Nightwing interferes and follows her through half of Bludhaven. But when he is finally able to grab her, he gets hit in the face by the other part of the duo calling itself Double Dare.
Dick calls the director of the circus he owns and the old man tells him about two acrobatic sisters of the European Circus Sensational who currently is having shows in Bludhaven. Dick immediately goes to the circus site and attacks the women in their house trailer. However, Blockbuster's mercenaries also found their targets. The Electrocutioner welds all windows of the trailer shut and Stallion moves the trailer on a flatbed truck. Brutale is behind the wheel and the ride begins ...
Appearing in "Acts of Violence"
- Nightwing (Flashback and main story)
- Batman (Flashback only)
- Double Dare
- Eddie Plenty (First appearance)