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Nightwing #92

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Universal acclaim

Based on 19 critic ratings.

Blüdhaven mayor Melinda Zucco is in trouble-pretending to work for Blockbuster while secretly trying to take him and his gang of criminals down, while also working alongside Dick Grayson to uplift the city. But as his half sister sharing the last name of the man who killed his parents, it’s…a lot to juggle, and enough for one to accidentally let slip a secret or two in the wrong company if she’s not careful…Meanwhile, Nightwing and Oracle cuddle up and decide to finally define their relationship.

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Print Lenght
24 pages
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19 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Tom Taylor is expertly moving the right pieces into place to close out his first overarching tale on his Nightwing run. He and Redondo have been at this for a while now, and Nightwing #92 proves just how dynamite of a well-oiled machine the duo really is. Taylor gives readers a masterclass in character-driven storytellling, and issue #92 is no exception. You care for the protagonist with each passing page as his plotting and dialogue continues to make Dick Grayson one of the most likable superheroes today. Not only that, but Redondo’s choices when it comes to laying out action scenes is sublime. All the right beats are hit, and this title is that much better for it.

  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    Get this for the incredible story of a man and of a hero. Get this for the art, the colors, the wording. Get this for the best Batman book on the market. Get this so that it encourages more positive story changes in other series. Either way. Get. This. Issue.

  • 100

    DC Comics News

    Taylor and Redondo get better and better with each issue. Any comic that has Haley and Barbara in it is fine by me! Then they weave in the past, revisit Alfred…. sigh, Alfred… and stay topical with the tip of the hat to the late George Perez is simply perfect.

    Everything that Taylor and Redondo have touched in Nightwing has been perfect! This book bats .1000, so don’t hesitate to buy it and all the previous issues by this creative team!

  • 100

    Lyles Movie Files

    As long as this creative team is in place, Nightwing is assured to be one of, if not the top book for DC. It’s all about a hero striving to be a better person every day and having the time of his life while he’s doing it. And that makes for an amazing comic experience.

  • 100

    Dark Knight News

    I’ve read this comic three times since it landed, and will probably read the physical copy at least half a dozen times when it hits the shelves. All the covers are beautiful, the interior art is every bit as good, and it’s written from the heart.

    Every person who loves comics should be reading this series.

  • 100


    This was a great book. Firstly, the creative team are an absolute perfect fit. Taylor’s words and Redondo’s art just mesh perfectly, both in the retro first part and the later part of the book. Taylor always has a deep affection for characters and their histories, and he has a great grasp of Dick Grayson and what makes him tick. There’s a lot of plot threads in the air as well, leaving you as a reader excited about everything that’s going on. Redondo’s art is perfect for Taylor’s tone. Slightly cartoony, but not in a bad way, it catches the eye, and the pacing and wide-open panels and layouts keep you invested in everything going.

    This is what I call a ‘pure’ comic book, in tone and look.

    It was so good I refused to even make the obligatory ‘Dick’ joke. Just too hard to fit it in.

  • 100


    Taylor and Redondo have plugged into everything that makes stories about the Bat-Family fun and deliver pure joy each and every month. This issue is full of wonderful character moments and clever superhero action.

  • 97

    The Super Powered Fancast

  • 95


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    Geek Dad

  • 92

    Comic Watch

  • 90


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  • 85

    Comic Book Revolution

  • 84

    Batman on Film

  • 80


  • 80

    The Batman Universe

  • 80

    Women Write About Comics - WWAC

  • 65

    Weird Science DC Comics

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