Nightwing, Vol. 2: Night of the Owls

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  • Nightwing, Vol. 2: Night of the Owls
  • Kyle Higgins
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  • 16 May 2019
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10 thoughts on “Nightwing, Vol. 2: Night of the Owls

  1. Jayson says:

    B 77% Good NotesA modern arrangement of classical tunes, it sings pallid renditions, elevated by art and intriguing only in its changes.

  2. Sesana says:

    The Court of Owls stuff is laid on really thick I wish I could have enjoyed it , because Nightwing is one of theimportant books in that event But it s weighed down with such horribly thick layers of inept symbolism that it just never really takes off.When Higgins is left to his own devices, though, this is a great book Dick feels like the character I know, which is quite a different person than Bruce And he should be Yes, his book is slathered with the same Gotham is DARK tones The Court of Owls stuff is laid on really thick I wish I could have enjoyed it , because Nightwing is one of theimportant books in that event But it s weighed down with such horribly thick layers of inept symbolism that it just never really takes off.When Higgins is left to his own devices, though, this is a great book Dick feels like the character I know, which is quite a different person than Bruce And he should be Yes, his book is slathered with the same Gotham is DARK tones that make all the Batfamily books so grim, but he himself isn t really that grim in the middle of things Serious about his role as Nightwing, of course, but not grim It s nice There s also a great zero issue that retells Dick s origin This was really needed, after all the tweaks that have been made to his background And really,of the New 52 books, especially the Bat books, should have done this Flashpoint s sort of reset is a little confusing, as far as figuring what actually happened and what didn t.I liked the first volume of Nightwing, and I feel bad that I sort of forgot about looking up the second one I have a lot of catching up to do now

  3. Chris says:

    Nightwing s New 52 series continues full steam ahead, with a second volume containing three great stories.Dick Grayson s connection to the Court Of Owls storyline gives him the strongest tie in of the Night Of The Owls event Nightwing faces the lethal threat of the Court s Talon assassins, while the history of his ancestor, William Cobb, is told in between Colourists Rod Reis and Peter Pantazis ensure there s a clear distinction between the two time periods, with the strong colours and bright Nightwing s New 52 series continues full steam ahead, with a second volume containing three great stories.Dick Grayson s connection to the Court Of Owls storyline gives him the strongest tie in of the Night Of The Owls event Nightwing faces the lethal threat of the Court s Talon assassins, while the history of his ancestor, William Cobb, is told in between Colourists Rod Reis and Peter Pantazis ensure there s a clear distinction between the two time periods, with the strong colours and bright snow in the present contrasting effectively with the muddier palette of the past The art team, led by Eddy Barrows and Ruy Jose, also impress thanks to their level of detail and engaging fight scenes.Nightwing then faces the challenge of being framed for a double murder, which leads him to a new organisation known as the Republic Of Tomorrow As much as I enjoyed the first nine issues of the series, this story was notably funnier and featuredof what makes Nightwing so much fun to read.Finally, the enjoyable 0 issue sees Dick s origin story go through the New 52 timeline alteration and come out the other side relatively unscathed He s older sure, but the important story beats are still there I didn t mind any of the changes that were made, not least due to a fantastic exchange between Dick and Alfred that made the entire issue.Kyle Higgins has a great handle on Dick Grayson s character, whether he s caught up in Bat related storylines or attempting to renovate Amusement Mile using his own resources A capable writer will always increase reader confidence in a series, so considering the art team are consistently strong too, it s safe to say that Nightwing is in good hands

  4. James DeSantis says:

    Nightwing gets better with the 2nd volume, even if it s still not a homerun Unlike most people I see reviewing, I much perfer the first two issues here The court of owls is one of the best things to happen to Batman and it helps elevate Nightwing s story Giving personal issues some fantastic fight scenes thanks to the art, the first two parter is brutal and exciting I also loved the twist with the grandpa Now the second half isn t bad just tad bit boring at times We have a new villain wh Nightwing gets better with the 2nd volume, even if it s still not a homerun Unlike most people I see reviewing, I much perfer the first two issues here The court of owls is one of the best things to happen to Batman and it helps elevate Nightwing s story Giving personal issues some fantastic fight scenes thanks to the art, the first two parter is brutal and exciting I also loved the twist with the grandpa Now the second half isn t bad just tad bit boring at times We have a new villain who is using his powers to manupulate people and trick a cop into going against Dick It s a classic villain vs hero story with a so so ending Overall, good but not great Least it s better than volume 1 A 3 out of 5

  5. Mizuki says:

    Pre review I m getting rather intrigued by the Court of Owls storylines, I hope the script writers would to this storyline justice and do allow me to pimp my Nightwing Lunar New Year fanart Link Pre review I m getting rather intrigued by the Court of Owls storylines, I hope the script writers would to this storyline justice and do allow me to pimp my Nightwing Lunar New Year fanart Link

  6. Mike says:

    As part of Sidekicks week among the Shallow Comics Readers, I m diving headlong into four volumes of Nightwing the one, true sidekick of our warm and fuzzy pal The Batman First thing that really kicks me in the nads while reading this book are the fight scene layouts Damn you guys, making it look easy to sprawl the action across crazy quilt panels, mirroring the action itself broken glass, swing of a sword,.Next I smell the stench of the Court of Owls crossover, and wonder how much be As part of Sidekicks week among the Shallow Comics Readers, I m diving headlong into four volumes of Nightwing the one, true sidekick of our warm and fuzzy pal The Batman First thing that really kicks me in the nads while reading this book are the fight scene layouts Damn you guys, making it look easy to sprawl the action across crazy quilt panels, mirroring the action itself broken glass, swing of a sword,.Next I smell the stench of the Court of Owls crossover, and wonder how much better this book would be without that ridiculous storyline Owls, owl imagery, owl symbolismthis fucking premise is stretched so thin I think you can see into other dimensions through it Oh and watch them break every bone in their bodies, twisting and turning to torture the origin of Dick s last name Poetic if you re a teenager, awkward and unnecessary if you re my age Good lord, what difference does that kind of broken logic matter anyway Allegories are clearly not Higgins strong suit, when they punch you repeatedly in the face like this Gotham is a city of birds a city of Owls Without us, nothing will ever change And you You ll never bethan an imitation Wayneand a knockoff Bat But with us, Richard Wellyou could be the greatest bird of all I was ready to just burn through this like a Mexican dinner through my colon, but thank god I was still paying attention The next story with a vigilante group targeting vigilante heroesthis one is much better A little intrigue, a lot of action, a little detective ing, and a little humour The Republic, led by Paragon, are a great match for Dick They keep him guessing, there s lots of suspects, and even a cameo by Damian damn but isn t he the most interesting character in the Bat verse I d be terrified if he was my kid, or my kid s best friend, but he s hilarious when there s no danger of him showing up in my darkened bedroom with a poison laden garrotte.Dick takes this stuff in stride and doesn t get angry, which is cool And the Zero issue is even better seminal issue indeed, how we see Robin s origin summarized and emphasized in all the good ways Why didn t the New 52 all start this way These little snippets give us everything we need to know to make sense of these modern versions of iconic heroes After two volumes of Higgins take on Nightwing, I have a lot of respect and love for this character He s just too normal not to be relatable Like reading about your brother well, maybe my brother

  7. Kyle says:

    Out of the New 52 volume twos, this one is head and shoulders above the rest It concluded a loose thread from the Night of the Owls storyline and it added a lot of history to the Grayson name In fact, it explains how the Grayson name came about I am really pleased to see that Dick s lineage goes back far beyond the usual Robin origin story It givesweight to him as a standalone character it makes him less of a sidekick to Batman andof a child of Gotham City.There is also a th Out of the New 52 volume twos, this one is head and shoulders above the rest It concluded a loose thread from the Night of the Owls storyline and it added a lot of history to the Grayson name In fact, it explains how the Grayson name came about I am really pleased to see that Dick s lineage goes back far beyond the usual Robin origin story It givesweight to him as a standalone character it makes him less of a sidekick to Batman andof a child of Gotham City.There is also a three issue story involving a new gang of young, quasi vigilantes called The Republic of Tomorrow , lead by some whack a doodle guy named Paragon It s a solid little story, really well written with some very good artwork to back it up What I liked most about this story is that the stakes are pretty high for Nightwing His innocence is in the balance, and to clear his name he has to physically endanger himself This is one of the few recent DCnU stories that I know of in which the hero has to lay it all on the table and get injured in the process just to save his own skin And he is not the only one that has to risk a lot For example, another character has to come out of the closet in order to make his point, and in the process, Nightwing s reputation gets sullied a bit.There was a lot going on in these pages And to cap it all off, the Issue 0 is a great retelling of the Robin origin story We get to see Dick in his Robin costume and follow him on his first missions to help Batman For me, this issue alone added layers and layers of depth to the New 52 Grayson Which is what the New 52 needs at this point Depth.4 5

  8. Scott says:

    The final section, a Dick Grayson Robin origin story, was the redeeming feature in this volume The rest of the book was sort of forgettable, although the illustrations during numerous action fight scenes were good.

  9. Kay says:

    Overall, a stronger volume than Nightwing Traps and Trapezes This volume has better action and a better story than volume 1 Art is the same though.I skimmed skipped the first two issues of this volume since they re in Batman Night of the Owls.I didn t love the bad guy Paragon , but I did like Detective Nie, I thought having the lead Detective on a Nightwing case be anti Nightwing an interesting problem Though planting evidence and tampering with an investigation against Batman is super Overall, a stronger volume than Nightwing Traps and Trapezes This volume has better action and a better story than volume 1 Art is the same though.I skimmed skipped the first two issues of this volume since they re in Batman Night of the Owls.I didn t love the bad guy Paragon , but I did like Detective Nie, I thought having the lead Detective on a Nightwing case be anti Nightwing an interesting problem Though planting evidence and tampering with an investigation against Batman is super illegal, and I don t know how he s still on the GCPD.Sonia Zucco is a terrible character addition to this volume just as Raya was in volume 1 She s as empty and lame as an inanimate % doll She s just there as a romantic sexual foil for Dick being the daughter of the man who murdered Dick s parents I personally don t see anything there, but Higgins is gonna tell us there is But a saving grace I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Issue 0 I love Batman Robin origins stories, and this was well done Total 3.5

  10. David Dalton says:

    A companion volume to the Court of Owls storyline in the Batman Volumes Very good We get to see things and events from Nightwing s point of view I was very intrigued by the Owls and what they represent in not just Bruce Wayne s life and history but Dick Grayson s as well Tough act to change or add to after 80 years but DC did a great job with the Court of Owls