Nightwing #74

Writer: Devin Grayson Artist: Rick Leonardi Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 9, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1
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Mary's flight takes her to London, where she faces the most dangerous villains of her long journey: Lady Vic and Brutale! Nightwing must save Chief Redhorn's wife from two of the world's most dangerous assassins!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 21, 2002

    Devin Grayson picks up the ball, and while her opening arc does quite rate as a touchdown, it did convince me that Chuck Dixon's departure isn't going to hurt this title. In fact Devin Grayson brings a fresh voice to this book, and there are signs in the early going that she's not afraid to make some big changes. In fact, this issue features the death of a fairly prominent character, and it also looks like Nightwing's efforts during this arc are going to make a serious dent in the web of corruption that infests Bludhaven. Now I'm a bit concerned by the idea that Devin Grayson seems hesitant to place Nightwing in a situation where he looks outclassed, as during this arc he's been wiping the floor with every opponent who has crossed his path. Still, it's still pretty early in the game to be overly concerned, and the brief tussle with Lady Vic & Brutale in the houseboat was a step in the right direction. Read Full Review

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