"Way Dark": Robin and Nightwing are summoned by Batman to get return to Gotham City and help him retake the city. They use parts of the old Gotham aqueduct and sewer system to get into the city without
Synopsis for "Way Dark"
Robin and Nightwing are summoned by Batman to get return to Gotham City and help him retake the city. They use parts of the old Gotham aqueduct and sewer system to get into the city without being noticed by the security forces around it.
Meanwhile, Gearhead and Tommy Mangles form an unlikely alliance in the Gotham sewers and they are taking advantage of any refugee, scaring them off and stealing their supplies. Some rats are attracted by the noises they make and food they dropped. One of the rats goes back to Ratchatcher and the man knows that his little friend has discovered something.
As Robin and Nightwing approach the exit, Mangles and Gearhead notice their presence and attack them. Robin manages to fight them both and Nightwing knocks them to the waters below. Then they use an exit tunnel to reach the surface and meet with their allies.
Appearing in "Way Dark"
- J. Talmadge Kiley (Single appearance) (Flashback only)
- Gotham City (Flashback and main story)
- The events of this issue take place after Detective Comics #734. No Man's Land continues in Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #120.
- This issue is reprinted in Batman: No Man's Land (2011/2012 Edition) Vol 2.
- Nightwing states that he has a phobia, but it is undisclosed what is it.
- Robin Recommended Reading
- Batman: A Lonely Place of Dying
- Batman: Dark Victory
- Batman: Year Three
- Batman and Robin (Volume 1)
- Batman and Robin (Volume 2)
- Batman & Robin Eternal
- New Teen Titans (Volume 1)
- Robin: A Hero Reborn
- Robin II: The Joker's Wild!
- Robin III: Cry of the Huntress
- Robin (Volume 2)
- Robin: Son of Batman
- Robin: Year One
- Teen Titans (Volume 3)
- We Are Robin
- Young Justice (Volume 1)
Links and References
|No Man's Land Crossover|
This issue is a part of the Batman: No Man's Land crossover that swept through all Batman Family Titles during 1999. Gotham City was declared by the President to be no longer a part of the United States after the combined disasters of Contagion, Legacy and Cataclysm.