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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 - Justice, Limbo/Twilight #2 Summary & Analysis

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Justice, Limbo/Twilight #2 Summary

Twilight Bey is an organizer of the gang truce. He is called Twilight because he is known for staying out until the sun comes up, all night, every night. He says he is a watchdog. He stays up in the neighborhood to make sure rival gangs do not attack it. People called him Twilight when they found out what he was doing. They told him he was smarter than many people twice his age for doing what he did.

He remembers writing his name one night and noticing that "twi" was an abbreviation for the word "twice." The word "light" symbolizes knowledge and wisdom in the Koran and the Holy Bible. Therefore, he figures he has twice the knowledge and understanding of others his age.

Twilight is the time of day between day and night. He calls...

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