Nightwing #27 review

“Nightwing and the Huntress in…” When I saw that, I giggled.   Not even joking.  It’s fun little touches like that that show the writers and artists are having just as much…

Nightwing #26 review

Dick Grayson is angry. Understandably so: since moving to Blüdhaven to try and figure out his his purpose, things haven’t exactly gone his way.  He thought he’d found love and a true…

Nightwing #25 review

25 issues already.  It’s crazy to think that it’s only been a year since Dick took up the Nightwing mantle again.  Shipping bi-monthly certainly gets you more adventures, of course, and a…

Nightwing #24 review

Imagine if you will a story told in two parts.  One deals with some domestic issues among a few supporting characters, a largely dialogue-driven affair that takes place within the office of…

Nightwing #23 review

Oh Dick, don’t you know better than to make a deal with the devil? I suppose not, because if he did this would be one short story arc.  “Blockbuster” continues this week…

Nightwing #22 review

Alright, let’s talk about the very best thing on that cover.  You know what it is without me having to even say anything.  It’s not that dynamic shot of Nightwing kicking Blockbuster…

Nightwing #21 review

It’s boy’s night in Blüdhaven as Dick Grayson and Wally West take a night off and bro down.  Given the difficulties the two have been through in their respective personal lives, what…

Nightwing #20 review

SPOILERS: he doesn’t. The “Nightwing Must Die!” arc wraps up this week, and I must say, it’s super-duper weird. Remember in the previous issue how things got increasingly creepier the further Dick…