Uncle Nightwing Is Babysitting (Nightwing Comic #43)

Nightwing #43

 

Writer: Michael Moreci
Artist: Minkyu Jung
Covers: Jorge Jimenez,Alejandro Sanchez, and Yasmine Putri

 

We all know how easy it is for work to take you away from the outside world. Losing touch can make life feel a bit droll, and heroes like Dick Grayson are no exception to that rule.

Nightwing #43: The Noble, The Obnoxious & The Inept shows us a Nightwing that’s been beaten down by monotony. Making an attempt at normality, he tries to hook up Netflix when his phone starts to exploding with calls and notifications. Duty calls without missing a beat, Roy and Damien need guidance on separate cases. In admiration for Bruce and his initiative, Dick brings Roy along to help Damien against the League of Assassins and as always the two of them cannot get along. Roy’s strange bedfellow Cheshire arrives on the scene, connecting both Robin and Arsenal’s cases. With a plan that will take Gotham’s breathe away, the trio reluctantly teams up to stop the League.

The story overall for the series is going well, and every main character needs some form of grounding. This issue is written as the rather typical filler with a small amount of contributing character growth. Dick begins to feel more comfortable in his temporary role as bat family patriarch, while Roy and Damien find that they can still work together despite their feelings towards each other. The artwork is what sells the filler frame by frames that feel like your watching a slightly campy episode of Justice League Junior, with all the cheesy setups for lines like your favorite Saturday morning cartoon. Even if its filler, I’m still excited to see the next big hurdle for a batfamily without Bruce.Who know’s? Perhaps he will need their help in the coming events, and we all know the family is more than ready.

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Travis Tucker

Born in Florida, dragged to California because of Internet dating. Comics have always helped me have a healthy escape when I was younger. As I got older my friends used me as their comic encyclopedia for random trivia. Now, I show my daughter all the stories and characters that helped me through, and being able to share my views on that through reviews is one of my favorite privileges.
Summary
It was a fun read that is for sure. However it is not a compelling issue by any means, we see exactly what we could expect when grounding these characters.
Good
  • Relatable
  • Fun to read
  • Nostalgic
Bad
  • Filler
  • Cheesy plot
7
Good
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Born in Florida, dragged to California because of Internet dating. Comics have always helped me have a healthy escape when I was younger. As I got older my friends used me as their comic encyclopedia for random trivia. Now, I show my daughter all the stories and characters that helped me through, and being able to share my views on that through reviews is one of my favorite privileges.

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