Nightwing #44 review

Ben Percy and Chris Mooneyham begin their run on Nightwing, and as much as I want to say they knock it out of the park… I can’t. Well, Mooneyham hits a home…

Nightwing #43 review

It’s Damian versus Roy Harper in this week’s Nightwing! Ok… Not really, but it might as well be because the banter between these two is a ton of fun! This is the…

Nightwing #42 review

Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing attempt to do a lot of things in this one-and-done issue of Nightwing… And they fall short with every single attempt. If I were to speak generally,…

Nightwing #41 review

This week, Nightwing faces his final judgment! SHOW SPOILER ▼ I had a good feeling about this book before I read it because Jay sent me a picture of a panel with the…

Nightwing #39 review

Sam Humphries continues to deliver a mixed bag of intrigue and lack-of-focus in this chapter of Nightwing “The Untouchable.” In many ways, Humphries has developed some great beats for “The Untouchable.” Unfortunately,…

Nightwing #38 review

After a rough flashback, Nightwing rebounds as he and the Judge come face to face! SHOW SPOILER ▼ Sam Humphries launched an impressive run on Nightwing by diving right into the heart…

Nightwing #37 review

I’m not going to say this issue is bad… but it’s not great. SHOW SPOILER ▼ Let me make one thing very clear, the main plot of Sam Humphries’ Nightwing run is…

Nightwing #36 review

Need a friend? Just call the judge. He’s great at making friends… SHOW SPOILER ▼ I’m going to be honest… I’m absolutely loving this run of Nightwing. I know we’re only two…

Nightwing #35 review

Bludhaven… See it at night and it shines… Sam Humphries and Bernard Chang debut their run on Nightwing, and I’m quite impressed with the product. This isn’t an explosive issue though, so…