Nightwing #83

Writer: Devin Grayson Artist: Rick Leonardi Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 9, 2003 Critic Reviews: 2
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Amy knows Dick Grayson's secret, but what will she do with that information? Will she turn her former partner in to the Bludhaven P.D.? Will she turn a blind eye to his nocturnal activities? Whatever the outcome, Dick's life will never be the same!

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 17, 2003

    Not the most exciting of issues, and following on the heels of what I found to be a highly disappointing arc involving Deathstroke, I have to confess that I'm starting to question whether Devin Grayson is really the best choice for this book. I mean it's clear she has a genuine affection for the character, and she's pretty good at playing with the various plot elements that were left hanging in the wake of Chuck Dixon's departure. However, she has yet to really offer up any moments that I would consider to be all that exciting, and this talking heads issue never really grabbed my interest until the final page. Sure having Blockbuster fly into a rage, and swearing vengeance upon Nightwing makes for an interesting bit, and frankly I'm glad to see Dick has been fired from his day job, as this book could stand far more costumed action. However, this issue has a flat, almost going through the motions feel to it, as except for the last page revelation, nothing that occurred in this issue was Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Cody Dolan Jul 22, 2003

    If you want a good story featuring a non-super-powered vigilante, do yourself a favor and pick up any of the Chuck Dixon, Scott McDaniel Nightwing trades. The current iteration of the character is nothing like those early stories, and fans of Dick Graysons alter ego are worse for it. Read Full Review

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