Nightwing Volume 1: Better than Batman is the first collected edition in Nightwin’s Rebirth run from Tim Seeley as writer and Javier Hernandez as the artist. It sees Dick Grayson ending his stint as a spy and return to being Nightwing in the suit. Before he can finally do it he has some small issues to deal with regarding the Parliament of Owls and a new friend/foe Raptor.

Nightwing Volume 1: Better than Batman collects Nightwing Rebirth #1, Nightwing #1-#4 and Nightwing #7-8 with gaps being filled with the crossover arc Batman: Night of the Monster Men.

Let me start by saying I am a big fan of Dick Grayson as a character, from when he was Robin, to Batman, to a spy and now Nightwing again. Vol. 1 Better than Batman is a good story that’s easy to read, not overly complicated and never becomes too convoluted and a try-hard book like Batman’s Rebirth entry up until this point. Tim Seeley begins with the Rebirth special which recaps New 52 /Grayson to the present day. If Rebirth is where you want to start with Nightwing, like me, then you will not be lost or bogged down by the goings on of issues gone by.

Tim Seeley, Javi Fernandez and Marcus To are on Nightwing . And the DC REbirth Previews has a bit of a spoiler to spill…

With his time in Spyral over and his secret identity restored, Dick’s back in his classic black-and-blue as Nightwing again! Leader of the Titans. Bat-family badass. Solo superhero strike force. First up on the vigilante to-do list: take down the Parliament of Owls.

Nightwing Volume 1: Better than Batman is the first collected edition in Nightwin’s Rebirth run from Tim Seeley as writer and Javier Hernandez as the artist. It sees Dick Grayson ending his stint as a spy and return to being Nightwing in the suit. Before he can finally do it he has some small issues to deal with regarding the Parliament of Owls and a new friend/foe Raptor.

Nightwing Volume 1: Better than Batman collects Nightwing Rebirth #1, Nightwing #1-#4 and Nightwing #7-8 with gaps being filled with the crossover arc Batman: Night of the Monster Men.

Let me start by saying I am a big fan of Dick Grayson as a character, from when he was Robin, to Batman, to a spy and now Nightwing again. Vol. 1 Better than Batman is a good story that’s easy to read, not overly complicated and never becomes too convoluted and a try-hard book like Batman’s Rebirth entry up until this point. Tim Seeley begins with the Rebirth special which recaps New 52 /Grayson to the present day. If Rebirth is where you want to start with Nightwing, like me, then you will not be lost or bogged down by the goings on of issues gone by.

Tim Seeley, Javi Fernandez and Marcus To are on Nightwing . And the DC REbirth Previews has a bit of a spoiler to spill…

With his time in Spyral over and his secret identity restored, Dick’s back in his classic black-and-blue as Nightwing again! Leader of the Titans. Bat-family badass. Solo superhero strike force. First up on the vigilante to-do list: take down the Parliament of Owls.

Following the solid second volume in Back to Blüdhaven , Nightwing’s Rebirth adventure is now in full swing and Dick as a character is starting to shine. In Nightwing Must Die! storyline we get heavy involvement from the arrogant Damian Wayne, some more from Shawn Tsang and the special guest villains of Deathwing and Dr. Simon Hurt. Nightwing Must Die! is a straight forward book that collects issues #16-#21.

The artwork I found to be excellent in Volume 3 and probably the best of the volumes so far. Dark, rich colours were used with messy lines which contributed to the ‘messy peril’ Nightwing and Damian found themselves in, this style also made Deathwing and Robintron look even more menacing and wrong.

Right at the end is a one shot issue with Nightwing and Flash enjoying a night on the tiles. It’s a quick and easy romp which started as a quick catch up then to a night out and finally a chase to catch a criminal using the Alien technology that has been teased throughout all 3 volumes. A nice enjoyable bonus and a precursor for the next arc.

Nightwing Volume 1: Better than Batman is the first collected edition in Nightwin’s Rebirth run from Tim Seeley as writer and Javier Hernandez as the artist. It sees Dick Grayson ending his stint as a spy and return to being Nightwing in the suit. Before he can finally do it he has some small issues to deal with regarding the Parliament of Owls and a new friend/foe Raptor.

Nightwing Volume 1: Better than Batman collects Nightwing Rebirth #1, Nightwing #1-#4 and Nightwing #7-8 with gaps being filled with the crossover arc Batman: Night of the Monster Men.

Let me start by saying I am a big fan of Dick Grayson as a character, from when he was Robin, to Batman, to a spy and now Nightwing again. Vol. 1 Better than Batman is a good story that’s easy to read, not overly complicated and never becomes too convoluted and a try-hard book like Batman’s Rebirth entry up until this point. Tim Seeley begins with the Rebirth special which recaps New 52 /Grayson to the present day. If Rebirth is where you want to start with Nightwing, like me, then you will not be lost or bogged down by the goings on of issues gone by.

Tim Seeley, Javi Fernandez and Marcus To are on Nightwing . And the DC REbirth Previews has a bit of a spoiler to spill…

With his time in Spyral over and his secret identity restored, Dick’s back in his classic black-and-blue as Nightwing again! Leader of the Titans. Bat-family badass. Solo superhero strike force. First up on the vigilante to-do list: take down the Parliament of Owls.

Following the solid second volume in Back to Blüdhaven , Nightwing’s Rebirth adventure is now in full swing and Dick as a character is starting to shine. In Nightwing Must Die! storyline we get heavy involvement from the arrogant Damian Wayne, some more from Shawn Tsang and the special guest villains of Deathwing and Dr. Simon Hurt. Nightwing Must Die! is a straight forward book that collects issues #16-#21.

The artwork I found to be excellent in Volume 3 and probably the best of the volumes so far. Dark, rich colours were used with messy lines which contributed to the ‘messy peril’ Nightwing and Damian found themselves in, this style also made Deathwing and Robintron look even more menacing and wrong.

Right at the end is a one shot issue with Nightwing and Flash enjoying a night on the tiles. It’s a quick and easy romp which started as a quick catch up then to a night out and finally a chase to catch a criminal using the Alien technology that has been teased throughout all 3 volumes. A nice enjoyable bonus and a precursor for the next arc.

Nightwing is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics . The character has appeared in various incarnations, with the Nightwing identity most prominently being adopted by Dick Grayson when he moved on from his role as Batman 's vigilante partner Robin .

Although Nightwing is commonly associated with Batman, the title and concept have origins in classic Superman stories. The original Nightwing in DC Comics was an identity assumed by alien superhero Superman when stranded on the Kryptonian city of Kandor with his pal Jimmy Olsen . Drawing inspiration from Batman and Robin, the two protect Kandor as the superheroes Nightwing and Flamebird . Following the Crisis on Infinite Earths continuity reboot in 1985, Nightwing was re-imagined as a legendary vigilante from Krypton whose story inspires Dick Grayson's choice of name when he leaves behind his Robin identity.

Other stories set among the Batman family of characters have seen acquaintances and friends of Dick Grayson briefly assume the title, including his fellow Robin alumnus Jason Todd . Meanwhile, Superman stories have seen Power Girl and Superman's adopted son Chris Kent take up the name for brief turns as Nightwing. Various other characters have taken the name in stories set outside DC's main continuity as well, and at times the role has been unoccupied, such as when Dick Grayson operated as Batman and after faking his death.

Nightwing Volume 1: Better than Batman is the first collected edition in Nightwin’s Rebirth run from Tim Seeley as writer and Javier Hernandez as the artist. It sees Dick Grayson ending his stint as a spy and return to being Nightwing in the suit. Before he can finally do it he has some small issues to deal with regarding the Parliament of Owls and a new friend/foe Raptor.

Nightwing Volume 1: Better than Batman collects Nightwing Rebirth #1, Nightwing #1-#4 and Nightwing #7-8 with gaps being filled with the crossover arc Batman: Night of the Monster Men.

Let me start by saying I am a big fan of Dick Grayson as a character, from when he was Robin, to Batman, to a spy and now Nightwing again. Vol. 1 Better than Batman is a good story that’s easy to read, not overly complicated and never becomes too convoluted and a try-hard book like Batman’s Rebirth entry up until this point. Tim Seeley begins with the Rebirth special which recaps New 52 /Grayson to the present day. If Rebirth is where you want to start with Nightwing, like me, then you will not be lost or bogged down by the goings on of issues gone by.

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