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Nightwing Vol. 2: Night of the Owls (The New 52)- (Anglais) Broché – 30 juillet 2013

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Revue de presse

"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

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A New York Times Best Seller!

Dick Grayson must face his past and a deadly adversary in the present as he learns of his connection to the mysterious Court of Owls. But even if he's able to stop an undead, unstoppable assassin, he'll still have to deal with the rising forces of the anti-Gotham City army and its leader the mysterious Paragon

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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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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great character. Very solid read and enjoyable book. I am now invested. (no spoilers) 25 août 2016
Par Vote4ian - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This was a very solid and satisfying read from start to finish. Epic start, into the book with the night of owls arc and it keeps that similar pace throughout the book. This book really dives deep in the Dick Grayson's character, and we really see more of that in this book. The writing was well balanced, It wasn't too wordy, but it didn't lack depth. The art was solid. It captured the action very well, and it was visceral, complex but easy to follow. One of the better comics that captures action well imo. And some of splash scenes are incredible and it captured the character very well. There's great mystery, great action, great suspense, etc all in this book. A very solid book, and enjoyable read. If I had to make a complaint, it would probably it there wasn't anything particularly mind bending or anything that has me over the moon over this book but i can't say have any issues with it particularly. Maybe that there wasn't that much deep exploration with the character, maybe but these are very minor gripes, if at all and even then they are slight suggestions to make the book a little better at best. Everything is fairly solid, and enjoyable. It's a great continuation from the first book, and if you are a fan of batman or the Batfamily, this is a very solid book to jump into when exploring these characters. It's a very solid series and i'm looking forward to following. More so than I was reading the first volume, and I enjoyed that quite a bit so it bodes very well for the series. It really feels like you are following this character, throughout day to day life which makes this book and character particularly interesting. They have also introduced another more personal arc for the character and hinted at a new character which we see a bit of, which has me really excited to see where they decide to go with that. 8/10 from me. There's a lot to enjoy here and there's a lot to look forward to.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Kyle Higgins Understands Nightwing 24 septembre 2015
Par Josh Matheny - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Kyle Higgins really understands Nightwing. He really gets it, and surprisingly the Court Of Owls crossover makes total sense here, and is rather engaging. You MIGHT want to read Batman Volume Two first, but it's not necessary really.

Dick goes from being Youthful to being Older on a whim, somehow. Not sure how the artist manages that, not sure if it's on purpose. But his age can appear to vary by a few years from book to book. No, it's not time travel. It's just the artist. It doesn't detract from the book at all.

Overall, I love the Series and I love Nightwing. If you're reading The New 52 you're not doing yourself any favors by missing this one.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 A good while before reading that volume I read Batman 5 mars 2016
Par leofiregod - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For Christmas, I received volume 1 of this series. A good while before reading that volume I read Batman: The Night of the Owls. That collected edition of The entire Night of the Owls story contains 2 of the issues that are in this Nightwing volume. Upon reading Night of the Owls, I wanted to know more about what happened to Nightwing/Dick Grayson leading up to that event. I've read plenty of comics with Dick Grayson in them before, but I'd never read a single issue of Nightwing until that Owls book. I like the character and have read plenty of Batman issues through the years that he was in. Some of those go all the way back to when he was still Robin. Others were Teen Titans issues with him. I had always seen him as either a sidekick or part of a group and was never interested enough to read some of his solo books. Night of the Owls changed that. That's why I asked for volume 1 of this series for Christmas and here it is the beginning of March and I've already bought volume 2.

Writer Kyle Higgins has done an amazing job on this series getting me to love a character that I was merely indifferent about before. A lot of writers don't adapt well to having their comic being forced to crossover with others. Trying to make a crossover fit into a comic series is often akin to hammering a square peg into a round hole. I'm pretty sure that the main plot points about the Court of the Owls were laid out in meetings somewhere, but Higgins is the one that took the ball and ran with it. He not only made the Owls fit organically into the Nightwing series, he made them vital to Dick Grayson's history. The whole book is good, but the first two issues here, #8 & #9, are great. Higgins' writing gets 4.5 stars and makes me want to rush right out and pick up volume 3.

Eddie Barrows returns as the main artist on the series. His work here is just as awesome as the in the previous volume. His art is defined by nice, clean lines and lots of detail. His settings look great, but in no way overshadow the characters. Nightwing looks cool, but it the normal people that stand out the most to me. Jim Gordon is one that comes to mind. Dick Grayson not in the Nightwing suit is the best drawn of all though. Not only do the people look good standing around, but he draws action very well. Barrows receives 4.5 stars for his art.

Andres Guinaldo pencils an issue and a half. His art is nowhere near as good as what Barrows provided. I wouldn't even know who his Dick Grayson was if not for the context of the story and word bubbles. I've seen worse art in a few other New 52 titles, but this is the worst art of the series so far. 2.5 stars for Guinaldo's art. 4.16 ended up being the average score for the art.

The art and writing scores ended up averaging out to 4.33 stars. For this site, I rounded that down to 4 stars. I'm loving this series so far and I'm really looking forward to volume 3. If you like Dick Grayson, pick this up.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 "...I'm more of a Robin." 23 août 2013
Par BlueStar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Covering issues #8-12 and issue #0, this TPB starts off by interrupting the murder framing that started to unfold from the last TPB and instead veered into the Court of Owls tie-in for two issues. Dick dukes it out with his ancestor all while trying to protect one of Gotham's elite. Kyle Higgins wrote both issues and Eddy Barrows did the art (along with Andres Guinaldo on issue #9) and it looks good and fits flush with the events coming out of the Batman series. It's quite bloody and action-packed like you'd expect but more relevant to the Court of Owls story than many of the other Bat tie-ins. The book then continues with issues #10-12 where Nightwing continues his quest to find out who framed him and what connection the victims had to a secret organization led by the Paragon. These issues are still written by Higgins and Barrows pulling art duty along with Geraldo Borges on issue #10 but the following issue sees Andres Guinaldo doing the art on the whole issue. While I love Barrows' work here, he was mainly doing ten or so pages per issue and I guess they gave him a break and Guinaldo did a good job filling in. There are some awesome two-page spreads and the art goes real well with the story. The story itself is good but nothing spectacular and definitely caught in the shadow of some of the other Bat-books at the time.

The book ends with the zero issue written by Higgins again with Tom DeFalco and Barrows returning to art duty. The art's great here and the story's okay with it showing some of Dick's origins and him as Robin briefly. It doesn't really add anything new to the timetable unfortunately and doesn't tell us anything that most fans didn't know already. The TPB was a good read but with 3 separate stories contained in just 6 issues, it felt a tad bit jumbled. The extras are nice with cover sketches, character art, and even an unused cover! Overall, a good presentation and a good book but don't expect a best-seller here.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great 13 octobre 2013
Par T S - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
In the beginning of this volume, Nightwing is battling against a talon that has a close connection with him (trying not to give any spoilers in case you are just starting the story) during the Night of the Owls.

After that night ends, Dick begins to work on a private project to improve a certain area in Gotham that has been decaying for a long time. He does not have enough money for the project on his own but does not want to as Bruce for help. So in order to get the money he needs for this, he has a meeting with a certain bank employee to apply for a loan which will put him in a very awkward spot.

On the following night, Nightwing investigates why one of his escrima sticks was found at the scene of a murder. One detective believes that Nightwing is the murderer and begins pursuing him in order to arrest and unmask him. Luckily, Nightwing will find allies in unusual places that will aid him in their own ways so that he can find the true killer.
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