Nightwing #120

Writer: Bruce Jones Artist: Joe Dodd, Bit Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 10, 2006 Critic Reviews: 3
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Two Nightwings are on the prowl in New York, and one is a murderous madman! Now twin crime bosses--the Pierce Brothers--want the head of Nightwing, and they don't care which one!

  • 7.0
    X-Man's Comic Blog - x-man75 Dec 3, 2008

    What a weird comic book. A lot of pretty stupid stuff happened here, but for some bizarre reason, I kind of liked this comic. Don't ask me why, but I got a kick out of it. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn May 12, 2006

    The entire Dick Grayson v. Jason Todd storyline is going nowhere. It has become completely bogged down. At first, I had a huge interest in this storyline, but now I don't really care. The main reason for that is that Jones has done a terrible job with Jason Todd. Judd Winick did a great job with the Jason Todd as Red Hood character. He was much deeper, more complex and tragically tormented. I really liked that character. It was up there with the Winter Soldier over in Captain America. But, Jones has reduced Jason to a one dimensional psychopath that isn't even remotely interesting. What a huge waste of potential. The Jason Todd as Red Hood character was great and had plenty of potential. The DC Universe could have had their own Winter Soldier to turn loose on the DC Universe. Instead, DC is totally wasting the Jason Todd character. Jones has really ruined Jason Todd. It is a total shame. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comics Bulletin - Josh Green Jun 1, 2006

    Placing Nightwing in New York City isolates him from those who he relates to most. He should be fighting alongside Batman and Robin, Oracle, and other characters that bring out the best of his personality. A thorough reevaluation of the Nightwing title is necessary to reach the prominence that the character deserves. Read Full Review

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