Nightwing #19 review

Does Dick Grayson work best when he’s in the desert?  What could possibly prompt such a bizarre question? Stay with me here: in the past few years, two of the best issues…

Nightwing #18 review

After a few read-throughs I’m still trying to wrap my head around this one.  It’s just so… weird. Of course, it does feature Professor Pyg as the primary antagonist, and that guy…

Nightwing #17 review

It’s Nightwing and Robin’s European Vacation as Dick and Damian make their way to France in search of Shawn. If you haven’t been feeling this title recently, or have even moved away…

Nightwing #16 review

Must he?  I mean, we all like Nightwing, right?  Does he really have to die? Alright, enough with the dad jokes.  Point blank, this issue has me torn.  There’s quite a bit…

Nightwing #15 review

There need to be more comics like this, in intent if not content: self-contained, standalone issues.  One-and-dones.  Arcs are fine every now and then, but it’s great to be able to read…

Batgirl/ Robin: Year One review

There are few books that bring me as much joy as Batgirl/ Robin: Year One. Originally two separate trades, they’ve been joined together to make one magnificent book! When the opportunity came for me…

Nightwing #14 review

It’s the details that make this book work so well. Sure, there are masked heroes, a steadily growing supporting cast, an involving mystery, and a gorilla.  All staples of the genre, and…

Nightwing #13 review

This book has been so good.  Ever since Rebirth launched, Nightwing has been one of the most consistently excellent titles in DC’s roster.  There have been good issues; there have been great…

Nightwing #12 review

I’m a firm believer that every character has a good story to tell.  At least, most characters have at least one good story in them.  There may be some fringe characters who…