When the dome came down in Gotham City, Nightwing and Oracle were considering matrimony. But first, she’s going to get her mojo back by busting some Thanagarian heads… Your Major Spoilers review of Convergence: Nightwing/Oracle #2 awaits!
Of all the week one Convergence books, this is the one that I have been most excited to read, and so I saved it for last. Will it live up to my own imaginary hype? Your Major Spoilers review of Convergence: Nightwing/Oracle #1 awaits!
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Dick Grayson has been called Robin, Nightwing, and now just Grayson. In honor of issue one of Grayson being released by DC Comics, we’re taking a look into the history of the first boy wonder. How did he first meet Batman, and why did he finally quit the Batcave. It’s time to learn all those Bat facts and more! So sit back and enjoy as Ashley and Jason begin their geek history lesson. You might learn something. Enter your Mind University!
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast, Godzilla, ComiXology and Amazon, Nightwing, Star Trek, Astro City #11, Star Mage #1, Epic #0, and Skinned #1!
The latest Dueling Review is up and running, and the content of the issue makes me once again wonder about the fate that DC editorial has planned for Dick Grayson, the man known as Nightwing. Many on the internet make a lot out of the previous plans to kill Nightwing (during 2006’s ‘Infinite Crisis’) and how this is just delayed editorial caveat, but there’s more to it than that. In a reworked ‘5 year old’ universe, Grayson is either younger than previously or became Robin at a *much* earlier age, in addition to having spent a much shorter time in
I’ve long complained that, as well as female characters, women creators don’t get the chance to strut their stuff in the pages of comics these days as much as they should be able to. Well, I’m glad to say that not only did a female lead character get to show what she’s made of, but a woman writer and a female artist portrayed that story in this one-shot!
When Damian first appeared, I literally loathed the character. He was arrogant and oh so different from any Robin that ever stood by Batman’s side. If there had been a vote as to whether he should live or die (as with Jason Todd), I would have voted multiple times for him to kick the bucket! Now, I hope he’ll be back at some point.