James Robinson's "Squadron Supreme" Takes Lethal, Pre-Emptive Action
From last week’s Nightwing #140:
As Dick Grayson views through maps of Manhattan at the library, a librarian approaches…
Deborah: “I see you’re looking at Washington Heights. Very different from the rest of the city. Almost like you’re not in Manhattan anymore.”
Dick Grayson: “Go there a lot?”
Deborah: “My brother lives there with his family, works as a real estate agent. Keeps trying to get me to move up his way so he can have a cheap babysitter on standby.”
Dick Grayson: “Not a bad thing to have family close.”
Deborah: “I agree, but I’m a downtown girl. Always have been, always will be.”
Dick Grayson: “The village?”
Deborah: “Positively. East Fourth Street.”
I love you, Peter Tomasi.
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