Bruno Redondo

Nightwing #93 review

Nightwing #93 is frustrating in that it’s so good that I question why Tom Taylor waited so long to finally turn up the heat…

Nightwing #92 review

Nightwing #92 finally has the series return its focus to Blüdhaven and Dick Grayson’s Haven project. There’s been a lack of momentum in the…

Nightwing #89 review

Nightwing #89 spins a rote murder mystery that serves only to distract from the more engaging moments between Dick Grayson and Jon Kent. This…

Nightwing #88 review

Nightwing #88 slows down the pace from the previous chapter of the “Get Grayson” arc, which allows Tom Taylor’s script to recalibrate the current…

Nightwing #87 review

Nightwing #87 features marvelous art dampened slightly by a thin story that is nonetheless tailor fit for the format of the issue. Each page…

Nightwing #83 review

Nightwing #83 snaps the series back into focus, armed with a great action sequence, tender moments between Dick and others, and an ending that…

Nightwing #82 review

Nightwing #82 makes good on the promise of its cover, spending most of the issue in a flashback showing exactly how Melinda Zucco is…

Nightwing #81 review

Nightwing #81 will likely be remembered for its final page, but before we get to that, I’m glad to report that many of my…