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Nightwing #73 review

The Joker War is here and it’s come to further cement its stake in Dan Jurgens’ run with Nightwing #73. While there are some…

Nightwing #72 review

Nightwing #72 isn’t the book to read if you’re looking for a great Dick Grayson story. There’s a new status quo going on here,…

Nightwing Annual #3 review

If there’s anything noteworthy about Nightwing Annual #3 is that readers finally get to see the titular character in all his glory. Now of course…

Nightwing #71 review

Nightwing is back! Well…the series is, but not the character because we are still hanging out with Ric-Dick-Richard-Robin as he continues to struggle with…

Nightwing #70 review

Nightwing #70, written by Dan Jurgens with pencils by Ryan Benjamin, clarifies a few muddy plot points from previous issues but without much elegance….

Nightwing #69 review

Dan Jurgens’ Nightwing is definitely trending in the right direction in recent months. While Dick still doesn’t know which memories are real or implanted,…

Nightwing #68 review

Nightwing #68 is almost a good Nightwing book. In terms of art and writing, everything here is a major step up from more recent…

Nightwing #67 review

Dan Jurgens doubles down in Nightwing #67 and delivers an issue that is near impossible to recognize as being a Nightwing book. Previous arcs…