Dick Grayson’s post-Forever Evil fate revealed

Yes, that’s an unmasked Dick Grayson pointing a gun at you! USA Today made the announcement that DC will publish an all-new series this July titled “Grayson.” The espionage-themed comic that sees Dick Grayson joining the spy agency “Spyral”…

New 52 – Nightwing #29 review

There’s a prevailing sense throughout the past year’s worth of Nightwing comics that writer Kyle Higgins had big plans for Dick Grayson in Chicago but as soon as Forever Evil began dictating terms for the entire DC Universe the series…

New 52 – Nightwing #28 review

With the Nightwing series ending at issue #30, it appears that writer Kyle Higgins is trying to tie up all loose ends and craft a finale that brings us up to date with Forever Evil while celebrating the…

Kyle Higgins says goodbye to Nightwing

Early this morning, writer Kyle Higgins announced on Facebook that Nightwing will be getting an all-new creative team and issue #29 will be the end of his run on the series he began with the debut of the…

New 52 – Nightwing #27 review

Does it feel to anyone else like the Nightwing title has been getting knocked around by editorial interference from the start? It’s a book that’s shifted gears a lot. It looked like Nightwing was going to stand out…

Nightwing, Vol. 3: Death of the Family review

Like most of the Bat-titles, Nightwing was swept up in Snyder & Capullo’s Death of the Family, but unlike many of those other tie-ins, Nightwing fared rather well. Volume 3 of the New 52 series features some of…

New 52 – Nightwing #26 review

When compared with issue #19, the first chapter of the first arc in Nightwing’s Chicago adventure’s, issue #26 is a bit of a snooze. I mean, that first arc we had Nightwing being chased by police while he…

New 52 – Nightwing #25 review

Yet another Zero Year tie-in out this week is “One Dark City Night” featuring a young Dick Grayson whose traveling circus just so happens to be performing in Gotham on the very night Riddler pulls the plug on…

New 52 – Nightwing Annual #1 review

Dick Grayson returns to Gotham to pack up his things and officially make the big move to Chicago after racing off to the Windy City to track down his parents’ killer a few months ago (at least in…