Nightwing #31 review

This is the second issue in a row with a pretty misleading cover.  Last issue made it look like Raptor and Blockbuster were going to team up to take out Nightwing, which……

Nightwing #30 review

Well, we’re reaching the end of the road.  In just a few short months, Tim Seeley will no longer be writing Dick Grayson.  Beginning with December’s 35th issue, current Green Lanterns writer…

Nightwing #29 review

The Dark Knights of the Dark Multiverse have arrived, and in their wake comes destruction.  To recap: Challengers Mountain, the headquarters of the Challengers of the Unknown, has suddenly nestled itself in…

Nightwing #28 review

Hey, did you guys see that we were given an exclusive preview of this issue?  That was pretty awesome.  Exclusives are great, and being able to represent Nightwing was cool too. Following…

EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: Nightwing #28

The last issue of Nightwing left us with one heck of a cliffhanger and, now, Batman News offers you an exclusive sneak peek at what happens next Wednesday in the exciting conclusion…

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…