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Quote1.png I thought a fitting revenge would be to force you to watch me kill your partner in front of you. But I'll admit I was wrong. Much better to watch you kill him yourself! Quote2.png
-- The Goblin


Appearing in "The Death of the Dynamic Double"

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Synopsis for "The Death of the Dynamic Double"

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Solicit Synopsis

A TALE FROM THE SQUADRON’S PAST!

Years ago, Nighthawk and his trusted partner, the Falcon, patrolled the streets of Washington, DC, from the vile criminals that lurked in the dark. But that all changed one fateful night…

Re-presenting for the first time ever: the Night Sam Wilson Died!

Notes

  • The story replicates features from the story arc The Night Gwen Stacy Died, including:
    • The Goblin blames Nighthawk for his Harry's drug abuse like how the Green Goblin blamed Spider-Man's for Harry's.
    • The Goblin captures the Falcon, somewhere close to Nighthawk, to hurt him like how the Green Goblin kidnapped Gwen Stacy to hurt Spider-Man.
    • The slack in Nighthawk's line broke the Falcon's neck like how Spider-Man's webline broke Gwen's neck.
    • The Goblin tries to kill Nighthawk with his Goblin Glider like how the Green Goblin tries to Spider-Man with his.
  • The death of the Falcon is a pastiche of how the Joker killed Batman's sidekick, Jason Todd.
  • Nighthawk slapping Commissioner Luke Cage is a pastiche of the famous scene of when Batman slapped Robin, which has become a famous meme.

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Footnotes

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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