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Following the Crisis on Infinite Earths continuity reboot in 1985, Nightwing was re-imagined as a legendary vigilante from Krypton whose story inspires Dick Grayson's choice of name when he leaves behind his Robin identity.
Other stories set among the Batman family of characters have seen acquaintances and friends of Dick Grayson briefly assume the title, including his fellow Robin alumnus Jason Todd.
Meanwhile, Superman stories have seen Power Girl and Superman's adopted son Chris Kent take up the name for brief turns as Nightwing.
Various other characters have taken the name in stories set outside DC's main continuity as well, and at times the role has been unoccupied, such as when Dick Grayson operated as Batman and after faking his death. In 2013, Nightwing placed 5th on IGN's Top 25 Heroes of DC Comics Nightwing is first depicted in the story "Superman in Kandor" in Superman #158 (January 1963).
Like the gauntlets, his boot compartments could carry vital equipment such as flares, a rebreather as protection against any airborne non-contact toxins, a mini-computer equipped with fax, modem, GPS, and a minidisk re-writable drive.
Other items were lock picks, a first-aid kit, a mini-cellphone, flexi-cuffs, antitoxin assortment, wireless listening devices, and a small flashlight.
In Kandor, Superman has no superpowers, and is branded an outlaw there due to a misunderstanding.
After the events of the Crisis on Infinite Earths re-boot of the DC Universe, Superman no longer has knowledge of Kandor; instead, he remembers Nightwing as an urban legend of Krypton, which he shares with a young Dick Grayson.Post-Crisis, there is a different originator of the Nightwing identity.