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"Dynamic art and a story that draws upon the history of the character."—The New York Times

"Stellar...a solid yarn that roots itself in Grayson's past, with gorgeous artwork by artist Eddy Barrows to boot."—IGN

"I think a new generation is going to fall in love with Nightwing..."—MTV Geek

Biographie de l'auteur

Kyle Higgins is an American comic book writer best known for his work with DC Comics. Higgins' knack for dynamic action scenes and pacing make him one of the best up and coming talents in the industry. His previous works include the limited series BATMAN: GATES OF GOTHAM along with best-selling writer Scott Snyder, as well as BATMAN and DETECTIVE COMICS. He is currently writing NIGHTWING as a part of DC Comics—The New 52

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  • Broché: 144 pages
  • Editeur : DC Comics; Édition : 52nd edition (30 juillet 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1401240275
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401240271
  • Dimensions du produit: 16,6 x 0,5 x 25,8 cm
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Par Anthony Alain DUMAS le 18 février 2014
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This nightwing's comic are awesome, this was a very good idea to get a story on this character because like batman & robin it deserves to have is own comics.
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The History, Life, And Time of Dick Grayson 30 juillet 2013
Par Anarchy in the US - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
When it comes to Kyle Higgins Nightwing, I think the young writer has a solid voice for the character of Dick Grayson. It's fun and interesting to see Batman's first pupil come into his own and dealing with his own problems away from Gotham City. The thing is, at the end of volume 1, Nightwing returned to Gotham with his circus with bad results and learning a big secret about upbringing. Now it appears that Nightwing's presence in Gotham leads him to know a lot more about himself then ever before.

NIGHTWING VOL.2: NIGHT OF THE OWLS collects issues #8-12 and #0. Issues #8 and #9 is part of the "Night of the Owls" event/story, issues #10-#12 is the 3-part "Republic of Tomorrow" story, and origin of Nightwing is in issue #0.

The 2-part Night of the Owls story is during the Batman family cross over from Batman: Night of the Owls (The New 52), which deal with Nightwing fighting the current Talon for the Court of Owls and finding out Dick Grayson and the Talon have far more of a connection and history then Dick ever imagined. And the 3-part Republic of Tomorrow story deals with a shady cult group that claim to be Gotham's true savor and wants Nightwing dead for a murder he's framed for by unknown forces.

Kyle Higgins key theme in this volume is the inner workings of Dick Grayson's history growing up and the connection he has with Gotham. The Night of the Owls 2-parter is one of the best things about the event and for Nightwing himself. We get a good look at the family history of Dick Grayson's ancestor and his inner workings, as well as the origin of Dick Grayson's last name. It gives the conflict with the Talon and Dick a strong emotional story and payoff.

Higgins continues Dick's Gotham connections with the Republic of Tomorrow story by introducing a new character Sonia Zucco, the daughter of Tony Zucco, the man who murdered Dick's parents for an interesting angle. And the leader of the Republic is Paragon gives an odd and crazy look at hero symbols.

The #0 issue goes into the usual history of Dick Grayson, another origin that most people know about...but Higgins adds some additional flair and alternations to Dick's New 52 back story. Where as Dick was just physically capable to train under Batman, Higgins gives Dick more street smart, observant, and just much more of a smarter character for becoming Robin then just putting on a costume.

As for artist, Eddy Barrows art is still top notch. Super amount of detail and great page layouts. There are numerous fill-in artist throughout the whole book though, including Ruy Jose, Eber Ferreira, Andres Guilaldo, Mark Irwin, Gerado Borges, and Raul Fernandez. There is quite a bit of change ups in the art, but thankfully most of the artist follows Barrows art and style decently.

As for complaints, I found the Republic of Tomorrow story to be mediocre. It's not bad, but by the end of the arc it just didn't do much for the Nightwings character or the villain Paragon. The overall cohesiveness is pretty ruff with the 3 different stories. And the numerous change-ups of artist might drive you nuts.

Overall, NIGHTWING VOL.2: NIGHT OF THE OWLS is still a pretty good book from writer Kyle Higgins. The Night of the Owls story and Zero issues are great characters studies, and the art is pretty good throughout. But the Republic of Tomorrow story is nothing special and the big change up of artist hurt a good half of the book. I don't feel like this book is as strong as volume 1, but it still has its perks. I'll give it a 3 ½ score, but round up to 4 stars. Things will get dark for Nightwing and the Bat-family for the return of Joker in Nightwing Vol. 3: Death of the Family (The New 52).
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Nightwing! 8 septembre 2013
Par Green Dragon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a great tie-in to the Batman: Court/City of Owls. Furthermore, it reveals a new villian and Dick Grayson's origins as Robin! I do recommend this to any Nightwing fans, or if you just want to read a good graphic novel.
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"Nightwing Volume 2: Night of the Owls" Pits Hero Against Old and New Foes 1 août 2013
Par ERSInk . com - Publié sur Amazon.com
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DC Comics delivers another great Bat-Family graphic novel with "Nightwing Volume 2: Night of the Owls." The hardcover collection contains issues 0 and 8 through 12 of the monthly title. It consists of three different story arcs that continue to show the grown-up Boy Wonder can hold his own inside and outside Gotham City.

"Bloodlines" and "The Gray Son" pit Nightwing against a powerful agent of the Court of Owls. His name is William Cobb and he is Dick Grayson's great-grandfather, trained by Haly's Circus to be a Talon since childhood. Can Nightwing foil Cobb's assassination attempt on Gotham City's mayor?

"The Tomorrow People," "Tomorrow Can't Wait," and "Inside Out" throw Nightwing in the ring with an organization calling themselves the Republic of Tomorrow led by a masked figure named Paragon. The group is intent on cleansing Gotham City of its "false" heroes and killing Nightwing for the deaths of two of their members.

"Perpetual Motion" gives readers an updated version of Dick Grayson's journey to becoming the legendary Robin the Boy Wonder. Think of it as a souped-up and condensed version of Robin: Year One. We get more details about the death of Grayson's parents and see the first time he goes up against Batman's archenemy Lady Shiva.

Kyle Higgins handles the writing duties for most of "Nightwing Volume 2: Night of the Owls." He does a great job interweaving the storylines of William Cobb in the 1900s with that of Dick Grayson's in the present. He also creates an excellent new organization and villain for Nightwing to go up against. They have impressive costumes and a memorable logo they use to show their presence. Higgins does a wonderful job giving Dick emotional depth and establishing an enthralling storyline while keeping the action fast-paced. Tom DeFalco helps out Higgins with the script for "Perpetual Motion."

Several artists contribute their handiwork to "Nightwing Volume 2: Night of the Owls." Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, Ruy Jose, Andres Guinaldo, Mark Irwin, Geraldo Borges, and Raul Fernandez all get their chance at bringing Nightwing to life. They differ stylistically, but not enough to cause readers to be distracted from the overall plots of the tales. Most of the art is crisp and rooted in realism.

Eight pages of special features are included in "Nightwing Volume 2: Night of the Owls." Cover sketches and layouts are provided by Eddy Barrows. We get an unused cover for issue 11 by Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Rod Reis as well. It also contains character sketches by Barrows, Brett Booth, and Kenneth Rocafort.

"Nightwing Volume 2: Night of the Owls" is an exhilarating continuation of the adventures of Dick Grayson. The series has quickly become one of my favorite Bat Books to read. The stories are consistently intricate and balance substance and action quite well. Kyle Higgins is welcome to stay on as writer of the title for as long as he wants.
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Nightwing Trying to Make His Own Destiny 4 août 2013
Par Slim Cat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This collects issues 8-12 and 0.

This volume picks up right were the previous left off, carrying on with Bruce and Dick's building battle with the Court of Owls. Issues 8 and 9 tie in directly into the "Night of the Owls" event (hence the subtitle of this volume) and gives some back story into William Cobb, Dick's great grandfather, the resurrected Talon that had been antagonizing Bruce/Batman in his (main) solo title. The history pieces are nice and cut in nicely to the action that is going on in the present. It is a cool perspective to be getting Dick's lineage story of Gotham in it's growing days. I will admit that by the time I got to reading this volume I was pretty burnt out from the whole "Night of Owls" debacle that spanned over a good many titles, especially in the bat-book world. After giving some thought and another run through, this is one of the better tie-ins of the whole event, is very well written, some hookey Talon dialogue aside, and makes the most sense due to Dick's bloodline connection to a Talon. It is not this series fault that DC happened to release it last, after all the other volumes with their "Night of the Owls" tie-ins came and went.

Issues 10-12 deal with Dick discovering a group of fanatics that want to make Gotham a better place called the Republic of Tomorrow. They framed him him for murder and he has to find out why and stop them. The villains of this short arc are weak and another secret society that wants to rule Gotham for the better after dealing with the Court of Owls is really lacking creatively. Even when their motives and the leader is revealed they are lackluster moments. The real highlight to this story is Kyle Higgins showing he has a grasp on Dick Grayson/ Nightwing. He gets the character and watching him solve this mystery and beat up the bad guys his way is the real treat to this series.

The 0 issue is surprisingly great. Co-written by Tom DeFalco, the issue delves into updating Dick's tragedy at the circus leading him to be the first boy wonder. The update is very nice and the similarities and differences between him and Bruce and how they treat their respective parents death and what keeps them going is kept and prominently displayed. Dick is also given a new story for how he ends up with Bruce and it really works well. Plus, his Robin costume is updated and looks great!

The majority of the art comes from Eddy Barrows. He has some additional help on some issues from various other artist and even takes a break for two issues but everyone echoes his style. He is really close to looking like Ivan Reis, his character forms, which most certainly is not a bad thing, but likes to experiment with panel layout and lightly drawn images of Nightwing bouncing around as they lead up to his current position to give the illusion of movement across the page. Very kinetic and nice art.

Overall, I would give this volume a three and a half star rating if I could, but will round up since I really like the character and he was written so well, even if in a lackluster adventure and still stuck under the shadow of the bat. Cannot wait for the next volume, but the one after will really be telling to how good Higgins can be with this series as he moves Nightwing to Chicago and gives him his own little world to play in.
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Night of the Owls crossover story plus more! 26 février 2014
Par Matt Anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This volume collects Nightwing issues 8-12, and the Zero issue.

This volume opens with a pretty strong “Night of the Owls” story featuring Dick Grayson vs. his great-grandfather, William Cobb. In fact, Cobb narrates a lot of the story, and we learn more about his backstory. I was interested to learn that when he was a child in 1910, the four most powerful men in Gotham were Alan Wayne, Frederic Cobblepot, Edward Elliot, and Burton Crowne. They were the elite of Gotham, and Crowne is Dick’s great-great-grandfather.

In the second story, Nightwing faces against the Republic of Tomorrow, a group of criminals led by a man named Paragon.

Reading the Zero issue made me realize how much I liked Dick as Robin. I really like the original Batman and Robin combination. I also realized, as I was wrapping up this volume, that I don’t like Dick Grayson as much as I thought I did. Maybe he is different in the New 52, but I always imagined him with a less dark, Batman-demeanor. He wasn’t that in these first two volumes. He has been de-aged in the New 52, and I’m not loving him the way I want to. In fact, I much more enjoyed Tim Drake in the first volume of the New 52 Teen Titans. I only bring up this comparison because I assumed, between my two favorite Robins, that Dick was my favorite. Perhaps that has changed.

Dick’s origin story from the Zero issue was the best part of this book. I give this volume a 3.5 out of 5 star rating, leaning towards 3.
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