After a reenergizing first volume of Nightwing that uplifted the spirits of many Nightwing fans, the second volume struggled to keep the momentum. An unexpected crossover into Gotham City made the series seem a little repetitive. Too often has Dick Grayson been included in a Batman event at the expense of his storyline. Three monthsContinue reading “Nightwing: Fear State”
When Tom Taylor and Bruno Redondo signed up to lead the creative ship for Nightwing after over a year of unrelenting frustration from an ongoing amnesia story that was already time to end, fans rejoiced. Much like the new era for DC Comics, this was the beginning of a new frontier for Dick Grayson. ChiefContinue reading “Nightwing Volume 1: Leaping Into The Light”
It goes without saying that the Nightwing creative team is publishing one of the best comic books right now. Today’s Nightwing issue is nothing short of a shot of serotonin for Nightwing fans. Not only is this week’s supporting cast used to the best of their ability, but our titular character is once again theContinue reading “Nightwing 80: Into the Fire”
“It seems the world is so full of evil and cruelty that the only language left is one of evil. “
It’s evident the that one of the main foundational themes in the series is what to do when you know what you want to be and simply don’t know how to do it?
When the second preview for Nightwing 79 broke out, some fans were very vocal about the idea of Dick Grayson criticizing Bruce Wayne. However, when the full issue became available, it became evident to many how much of an inconsequential comment that was. Regardless of how Dick Grayson views how Bruce spends his time andContinue reading “Review: Nightwing 79 is All About the Heart”
As the story of Val Riggs continues, her ability to overcome obstacles similarly continues. While stopping in the Neon Grove, Scott Snyder, Tony S. Daniel, and Tomeu bring a new layer of depth and intensity to the story. Things are not looking good for Val. Her brother Emory is getting worse, and traveling in aContinue reading “Review: Nocterra #2”
A month after it’s debut, issue two of Radiant Black is finally out. Writer Kyle Higgins and artist Marcelo Costa continue to write a strong story for Nathan. While introducing the story’s antagonist, issue two also further develops Nathan and builds on his relationships. The story opens up where the first issue ended, with NatanContinue reading “Review: Radiant Black #2”
“This will be a run on the character that showcases Dick’s innate will to do good, his ability to be a driving force of nature, and his intelligence.”
When Scott Snyder and Tony S. Daniel announced they’d be working on a Kickstarter together, all eyes were on the duo. Taking a step back from DC to work on a creative project, the two quickly gained enough money for Kickstarter to meet its goal. And if you blinked and missed it, the first issueContinue reading “Nocterra: The Sky has Fallen”
Dick Grayson is ready to put an end to the Magistrate once and for all or die trying. Partnering with The Next Batman, the two plan to bring the dynamic duo back for one last dance against the villains of Gotham. Writer Andrew Constant partners with Nicola Scott to deliver the final issue of theirContinue reading “Future State Nightwing 2: A Dynamic Finale”
As stated by Invincible creator Robert Kirkman, Radiant Black is “the perfect superhero comic for anyone missing Invincible” and he’s absolutely right.
“Future State: Wonder Woman isn’t just a story to introduce the world to the next Wonder Woman, a hero with far more charm and wit than her predecessor, but it’s a story about life, death, and acceptance”
In a not too distant possible future, Gotham City is in shambles. Bruce Wayne is dead (or believed to be- see Future State Dark Detective), and the militaristic Magistrate has crushed the hope out of everyone. Despite this Dick Grayson, leader of the resistance, is ready to go to war and save the future ofContinue reading “Future State Nightwing: Refreshingly Grimdark”