Dick Grayson

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…

Dark Crisis #1 review

You know, it’s funny. I’ve spent so much time discussing Dark Crisis in my reviews leading up to it… that by the time the event…

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 #91 review

Nightwing #91 is a strong conclusion to the somewhat unfocused “Get Grayson” era of the series. Since Fear State, a Superman: Son of Kal…

Batman/Catwoman #11 review

Questions are answered in Tom King and Clay Mann’s Batman/Catwoman #11, though many readers will find the resolutions to be lacking. King’s scripts have…

Nightwing #90 review

Nightwing #90 features yet another attempt on Dick Grayson’s life, courtesy of Blockbuster and the city officials who are in his pocket. While 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…

Robins #4 review

Hey, remember when this was gonna be a book about the Robins getting together, sitting down, and talking about whether or not being Robin…

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…

Robins #1 review

As soon as I heard this book’s pitch during DC’s Round Robin contest, I felt sick. Not because I don’t like the idea, the…