Nightwing(s)??? (Nightwing #52 Comic Review)

Nightwing #52 Review

Writer: Scott Lobdell w/ Fabian Nicieza

Artist: Chris Mooneyham

Colors: Nick Filardi

Letterer: Deron Bennett

Cover Artist(s): Chris Mooneyham and Nick Filardi

Variant Cover: Kamome Shirohama

Summary:

Ric Grayson is dealing with the reality of the abilities of his past life resurfacing. The involvement of Scarecrow is also expanded upon as we see him use his fear gas to infect a coroner and police officers during an autopsy of a murder victim.

Thoughts

This issue once again just really isn’t doing it for me. The art is inconsistent once again, and the plot really goes nowhere for Grayson other than him starting to take small steps towards accepting the fact that if you can do something to help, you’re obligated to do it. This series continues to just sort of flounder, stumbling over a premise not even introduced within its own pages.

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Will Sweval

Will Sweval

Shoot the Breeze Comic's #1 Robin fan coming at you with such hot takes as the 2003 Daredevil movie wasn't that bad and Cyclops was right since 1997.
Summary
Another boring issue leaves me unable to recommend this arc of Nightwing. Hopefully it will pick up steam within the next few issues.
Good
  • Mentions of Dick's Romani Heritage
  • Discowing Suit
Bad
  • Inconsistent Art
  • Directionless plot
5
Average
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Shoot the Breeze Comic's #1 Robin fan coming at you with such hot takes as the 2003 Daredevil movie wasn't that bad and Cyclops was right since 1997.

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