Nightwing #76

Writer: Devin Grayson Artist: Mike Lilly Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 11, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1
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As the powers that be in the Bludhaven P.D. crumble to the ground, the heat intensifies on the clean cop cabal unknowingly relying on Nightwing to vigilantly keep them from getting framed--or killed!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 23, 2002

    A pretty solid issue in terms of pure action, as up until the rather confusing finish that this sequence was saddled with Nightwing's efforts to protect Amy & her family from the retaliation of the Bludhaven police made for some exciting reading. It's also nice to see Amy expressing a degree of trust toward Nightwing, as this nicely contrasts what one normally sees, as most times police officers are conditioned to distrust vigilantes. Now the final third of this issue isn't quite as strong, as I found Dick's big speech to be a bit much, and Amy's quick agreement makes it seem like there wasn't all that much convincing that Dick had to do, which is a bit of a shame, as Devin Grayson missed a pretty solid opportunity to explore the idea of a mother's anger over having her children made into targets. Still it is nice to see that the Bludhaven police situation is still far from being resolved, and that the corrupt elements are still a threat. Read Full Review

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