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…

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…

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…

New 52 – Nightwing #24 review

It’s the conclusion to what’s definitely the best arc of the Kyle Higgins’ Nightwing so far, but it also wraps things up a little too quickly and a little too neatly. When we…

New 52 – Nightwing #23 review

Do you love the “Go Sports Team!!” banner at the bottom left-hand corner of the cover as much as I do? Anyway, the good news is that Nightwing #23 is very good….

New 52 – Nightwing #22 review

I’ll address the #1 concern first: the art. Almost everyone seemed to be in love with Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund’s new look for the Nightwing series and there was a great…

New 52 – Nightwing #21 review

Damn you, Brett Booth, why did you have to leave this title? Just like the last two issues, Nightwing looks fantastic, there’s lots of energy, and a great deal of fun to…

New 52 – Nightwing #20 review

Issue #20 “Flying Blind” is exactly what I needed today. The comics I’ve read so far this Wednesday have been pretty disappointing, but Nightwing is time well spent. For starters, this comic…

New 52 – Nightwing #19 review

Brett Booth artwork and a bold new direction are in store for Wingnuts this month! Here we have an issue that will give fans a lot to discuss but I don’t really…