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But life smiled to him with the birth of Laurie Juspeczyk and he fell in love again. Nonetheless he continued Silhouette's work. The '50s were a depressing period for him with minor and sordid cases.


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The era was dominated with a sense of impending catastrophe. In his neighbor Mrs. Musante told him that Tino Musante Jr. As Nite Owl he revisited that night the empty location and abandoned building where Mothman had found the dead kid years ago. This time, Nite Owl saw Hooded Justice moving there and followed him. He was soon assaulted and fell unconscious, but when he stood up, he found Tino tied up, but alive. When he came to, he rescued Tino and returned to him to his family, and he continued looking for H.

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Some of the children he had saved, and some of his fellow police officers would give testimonials about his deeds. He didn't know however that he was fooled; believing that he had to face Hooded Justice, he cooperated one last time with Mothman, and after seeking the help from Nelson, they sneaked into the tower of Freedom. Mothman saved his life when a crate fell on them, and when he came to, he saw H. With a foolish assault, he hurled on H. Then Nelson showed up, crying, threatening them not to unmask him. Happy that the child murderer was out, he continued ridding his neighborhood of criminals.

He established a closer relationship with Sally Jupiter's family. He felt it harder to keep up and the arrival of other costumed adventurers and Dr. Manhattan with his real-life superpowers marked for him the end of his era.


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  • In he attended a Red Cross charity event for the India famine; there he met the new adventurers, Ozymandias and Dr. The feeling made him feel obsolete and ponder his next steps. He retired in May, and a ceremony was given in his honor with a dinner, and he was given a statue engraved with the words "In Gratitude". Manhattan, whom he told that he will spend his retirement repairing cars. Manhattan told him about his plans to produce lithium for simpler, electric cars, making Hollis once more feel obsolete.

    Before retiring to a clinic, Byron bought him a new apartment and a building for his auto business where he moved with his dog, Phantom. Soon after Hollis retired, Daniel Dreiberg sought out Hollis in the mids and asked if he could use the name and persona of Nite Owl to fight crime.

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    Hollis met Daniel and was far too impressed by Daniel's technologies and ideas to deny him the mantle of Nite Owl which Hollis confesses in his book was a slightly idiotic name. While working as a car technician, Hollis decided to write his memoir of his crime-fighting exploits, Under the Hood. Despite the reactions, Mason was adamant about the factuality of the book. That was until one night the Comedian sneaked into his house and woke him up with a music record. He informed him that J. Edgar Hoover was not happy with the book, and as an example that some things should not be revealed, he explained him that it was him who kidnapped tino and posed as Hooded Justice wanting him disgraced; this led Mason to Hooded Justice, who was otherwise innocent, leading to his death.

    He also threatened him in case his book was anything else than a light-hearted reminicence of the old days. Mason was convinced, although he didn't cut the part of the Comedian's rape attempt. In the 60's Hollis, Byron and Nelson had a reunion at Sally's house. He mentioned to them about the young man who asked for his blessing to continue his work. He asked teen Laurie if she read his book, infuriating her mother.

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    Dreiberg often would visit Hollis each Saturday for beer sessions and talk about their past careers. Mason believed that Dreiberg was a "better Nite Owl" than he had been and was sorry about the Keene Act. One night he told him about the meeting with Captain Carnage. Manhattan on Benny Anger 's show, the accusations of causing cancer to those around him, and teleporting everyone away in his anger; while he seemed to not like Dr. Manhattan, Hollis seemed sorry about the way the journalists treated him.

    Angered by it, the entire group follows the suggestion of a gang member who mistakenly believes that Mason is the same Nite Owl that had participated in the prison break. Mistaking the group for trick-or-treaters, Mason opens his door to them. They attack en masse. Mason gets in a few solid hits but is beaten down. Ignoring the protests of some of the Knot Tops, Derf kills Mason with the very statue that was given to him as an acknowledgment and reward for his service as a costumed adventurer.

    As it happens, he likely would have been killed upon the execution of Adrian Veidt 's plot anyway, so his earlier murder makes it easier for Nite Owl II to stomach Veidt's actions. A puppet bearing the likeness of Hollis Mason is used by Erika Manson's father to hide extortion money which he pays to corrupt cops who patrol the neighborhood. Photograph of Nite Owl posing during the arrest of Spaceman. He seems to be well liked by most of his teammates and to get along with most as well, despite sometimes being all too aware of their faults and flaws.

    His enmity seems to be saved for the Comedian, whom he never forgave for the attempted rape of Sally Jupiter, and whose brutal means of crimefighting proved too much for Mason to reconcile himself with. He spoke against him in their council to expel him. Initially he experimented with a cape but eventually opted for a streamlined outfit with free arms and legs.

    He was protecting his chest and abdomen with a tough leather tunic while his leather over chainmail hood protected his head. His briefs were made of light chainmail.