Nightwing Vol. 3: Death of the Family (The New 52) (Anglais) Broché – 10 décembre 2013
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I really enjoy Nightwing; he's my favorite of the heroes surrounding Batman. He is the more hopeful face to Batman's cynicism and darkness. But lately, Nightwing has been going through a lot and is beginning to lose some of his optimism. There is a poignant scene with Robin (Damian Wayne) that perfectly encapsulates Dick Grayson and shows how he balances Batman. The scene is all the more moving in light of recent developments with Damian, and the resulting story is very moving and well done. Higgins has really added emotional depth to Dick Grayson's character.
This is a collection for Dick Grayson fans, and for those looking to read the complete Death of the Family storyline. I highly recommend it.
I received a preview copy of this book from DC Comics in exchange for an honest review.
In Nightwing Volume 3 Death of the family, We start from Joker's storyline convergent point of the Batman 'family' captured in the cave. After that scene, Dick Grayson turns to rebuilding the circus in Gotham, with a circus family he has cultivated to bring amusement back to Gotham (and as a tribute to his parents). But Grayson is conflicted - the person making it possible is the daughter of the man responsible for his parents' deaths. If he allows himself to have feelings for her, does he betray his parents? Meanwhile, the Joker has plans for Nightwing, hoping to exploit Nightwing's belief in people by having them try to destroy and then abandon him. Can Nightwing protect those he cares about - or will Joker manage to systematically destroy Dick Grayson's future?
We have some great interaction scenes - between Batgirl and Nightwing, Barbara Gordon and Nightwing, and Damien/Robin. It has a solid story arc but also opens the door for a revelation about a character from Grayson's past.
The artwork didn't wow me this time. Dick Grayson looked a bit too much like Frank Stallone and the female characters were very bulky. It just didn't look like Nightwing enough for my personal preferences. That said, the artwork was solid and well presented.
In all, I appreciated that this one had a very strong storyline and arc. As well, a more serious tone but with a lot of Grayson history/backstory as well.
Received as an ARC from the publisher.
Nightwing has his hands full fighting crime these days in Gotham City. Our hero goes up against Lady Shiva before facing down the homicidal Joker. The Clown Prince of Crime is dead-set on taking out the Dark Knight's sidekicks and it's Nightwing's turn to play bat-and-mouse with the laughing lunatic. In the aftermath of these events, he finds himself dealing with the death of a brother-in-arms before making a startling and life-altering discovery.
Writer Kyle Higgins handles the bulk of the storytelling found in "Nightwing Volume 3: Death of the Family." Tom DeFalco kicks the book off with the story pitting the super hero against Lady Shiva. Scott Snyder picks up for one chapter to bring the "Death of the Family" story-arc to a close. Each one uses their great talents to weave an intricate tale of excitement and drama.
A few different artists bring all the writers' stories to life in pictures. Each one has their own unique take on the world of Batman and Nightwing. Andres Guinaldo handles illustrating duties for the first storyline. Eddy Barrows leads us into the "Death of the Family" arc. Greg Capullo interjects and closes out the Joker-centric saga. Sanford Greene and Juan Jose Ryp finish out the book in their own individual styles.
Strangely, we don't get any bonus material for "Nightwing Volume 3: Death of the Family." I'm used to thumbing through variant covers, concept sketches, page layouts, and various other extras at the close of DC's graphic novel collections. It's fun to get to see where some of the character concepts came from. Gazing on great alternative cover artwork isn't such a bad thing either.
"Nightwing Volume 3: Death of the Family" is an interesting compilation of different stories. In addition, it gives readers an insight into the super hero's whereabouts during the big Batman event the title of the book alludes to. You can't go wrong with a book that gives you appearances by Lady Shiva, Penguin, Joker, Batgirl, Damian Wayne, and more. Let's not forget a shocking reveal that will leave you frantically fumbling to find issue 19 of the monthly title so you can keep reading.
This is a good thing, instead of 200+ pages of nightwing vs the joker, we get to see the build up from night wing #1 and #2,
the events from both books continue in the first part of volume 3, before the joker is even seen, so we get to spend some time with nightwing before the joker shows up, while this may sound boring to some, it is actually setting up some of the events that will take place in the joker portion of the story, and it gives us a look at what happened after the events of book 2.
The joker portion is very well done, it's believable that the darker comics version of the joker would do what is shown,
it dose go over the top a bit a times, but 'hey, it's the joker' and it dose not take a way from the overall experience.
the third part, is much less intense as the other two, it deals with the events after death of the family, and after some other events (not going to spoil it)
but we get some good conversations, and a pretty nice tie up to the issue.
overall, great story, only a few minor issues with it (not all listed)
great artwork, (I also love the cover, the pose, the face, and it almost looks like he has a tail, lol)
it a great book for any nightwing fan, not as dark or intense as batman #3,
but still a great read, it dose not try to copy, imitate, or out do the story from batman #3
it plays it's own game. so far the nightwing books are getting progressively more amazing, and I can't wait to get volume #4