Nightwing #6

    Nightwing » Nightwing #6 - Good Girl Gone Bad released by DC Comics on April 2012.

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    After the huge reveal of last issue, Dick Grayson takes Haly's Circus back to Gotham City in preparation for a large memorial show. But as Dick gets closer to the truth about his past, just how much is he really deciding for himself? And what does the Book of Names really mean? It all builds to a head here...just in time for a twist that will leave your jaw on the floor!



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    Back on the Rope 0

    Kyle Higgins has been giving Dick Grayson a wonderful reason to be Nightwing again and now that we know who the assassin is, we can finally start getting to the conclusion of this great arch.  THE GOOD: I really like the art in this series. They draw the paneling like acrobatic like and I think that it works well for the character. I also really like the action in this series. We get to see how the character jumps from a building and kicking someone's face. The story is really good in this issue...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Good Series Hopefully Not Gone Bad 0

    Nightwing has broken the chain of atrocious even numbered issue covers. Not only is this one a nice compelling image, the logo is done in blue, which recalls fonder days of Nightwing's blue costume. Nightwing himself really stands out atop the monolith of thugs they way they're stacked in this image, true to his circus nature, Nightwing hogs the eye attention and spotlight.This issue cements the need for the more filler-esque stories, though not exactly in a great way. See, this is the kind of s...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Advancing the story... sort of 0

    I'll just say it right now, this series is teetering on the edge of getting dropped. This really isn't turning out to be the book I was hoping it would be. Anyway, we start off with Dick fight a cowboy in Mickey Rourke from Iron Man 2 armor, named Shox. I will say that I love the part where Dick makes fun of his spelling. He's fighting him to get to a guy who may know something about Saiko. Dick defeats him because the the floor is an Aquarium. Yes that is as stupid as it sounds. After ripping o...

    0 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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