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"We Are... Robin! Part Two": Following the appearance of the Robins in the subway, a large fight broke out between the vigilantes and the underground army going for Duke Thomas. Though the fight seems too difficult for the young heroes [[Riko Sheri


Quote1 My career of choice has crazy hours, bad benefits, and doesn't pay. But it's the dream I never knew I always had. Mom, dad... I'm going into the vigilante business. I hope I live to tell you all about it. Quote2
-- Duke Thomas



Appearing in "We Are... Robin! Part Two"

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  • Underground Army
    • The Preacher

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Synopsis for "We Are... Robin! Part Two"

Following the appearance of the Robins in the subway, a large fight broke out between the vigilantes and the underground army going for Duke Thomas. Though the fight seems too difficult for the young heroes R-iko rummages through her pack to find a flare and scare off their opposition. They escape through a manhole but as Duke is borderline-unconscious the Robins are instructed to leave him behind for the police.

Duke awakens in a police interrogation room sat with a man who asks for details but, discovering that Duke is unresponsive to police, makes an offer to help find Duke's missing parents if he helps with the bombs planted by the underground army. Once Duke denies the offer the man leaves the room. An hour passes and no one has been sent in to collect Duke and when he turns the door handle he finds it unlocked and that the police station was in-fact just one room inside a warehouse.

Also inside the warehouse is a motorbike a leather jacket embroidered with the "R" insignia of Robin and a phone telling him to meet up with the Robins nearby.

The Robins are all sat upon a rooftop when Duke arrives; he briefs them on the situation with the bombs and they all compare information regarding the man who is running things and who recruited them all. The first bomb target is the Gotham Hall of Records, across the street from them.

The Nest's video surveillance follows the underground army's preacher, explaining that he is a puppet of a much larger evil.



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  • This book was first published on July 22, 2015.
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