Articles Posted in the " Dan Jurgens " Category

  • Nightwing Issue 74 Review: “Crystal Cleared”

    Nightwing issue 74 begins where the previous issue left off, with Dickyboy joining up with Red Hood and Drake, who is now Robin once again. It doesn’t take them too long to figure out that not all is as it seems with their brother. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole […]


  • Nightwing Issue 73 Review: “Son of the Joker”

    Nightwing issue 73 continues the Joker War story with “Collateral Damage.” Ric Grayson is gone and Dicky Boy, as so named by the Joker, is in his place. Batgirl is being held hostage, and the Joker has the rest of the Batfamily in his sights. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in […]


  • Nightwing Issue 72 Review: “Welcome to the New Family!”

    Nightwing issue 72 continues the “Journey to… Joker War” and keeps the same momentum going that we saw in the previous issue. The amnesiac formally known as Ric Grayson is beginning a new adventure. This time with a new family. Only this family spells disaster for his real friends and family! -Read our before commenting. […]


  • Nightwing Issue 71 Review: “War for the Mind!”

    Nightwing issue 71 finally gains some momentum in the story line, thanks to the Joker. Ric Grayson’s life is about to change a lot; he just doesn’t know it yet. What happens in this issue is a “Journey to…Joker War!” -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks […]


  • Nightwing Issue 70 Review: “From the Darkness”

    At the end of the last issue of Nightwing, Joker realized that the Nightwings running around Bludhaven were not the real Nightwing. They were imposters. Nightwing issue 70 gives us more insight into just what Joker is planning to do and why he wants the real Nightwing so badly. -Read our before commenting. Do not […]


  • Nightwing #69 Review: “The Very Unfriendly Owl”

    Last month’s issue of Nightwing gave me hope that we were finally starting to come to the end of the Ric Grayson storyline. Nightwing #69, “The Very Unfriendly Owl”, does not disappoint in that. Ric is now actively motivated to figure out which of his memories are real. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy […]