Tuesday, December 16, 2003

Nightwing | Comics

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Nightwing | Comics
Dick Grayson, the son of the late John and Mary Grayson of the acrobat family act “Flaying Grayson” from The Haley Circus, who would become the first Robin, after he was adopted and trained by Batman, has later created a new identity of Nightwing, as inspired by Superman, after years of crime fighting and been fired by his mentor. He is a grown up hero, who now flies solo. Yet he assists The Dark Knight occasionally in the fight against injustice. Batman took him under his protective wings years ago when gangster "Boss" Zucco murdered his parents and left young Dick in a similar state of shock like Bruce that inspired him to fight crime for life and embrace the mantle of bat forever. So he served as Batman's young sidekick and partner in crime-fighting.

Now grown to his own shades, which are actually inspired by The Shadow of the Bat, Dick Grayson continues to serve justice as Nightwing but is still connected to and considered as an invaluable team-member of the Batman Family. Though his fighting skills are next to the dark knight himself, he also possesses nearly the same intellect as Batman. He carries a few gadgets for combat which are a bit different from his mentor, which are contained in his boots and gauntlets. Aside from fighting crime alone and with the Bat-Family, he also led the superhero team Outsiders, Teen Titans, Young Justice and also has assisted JLA on occasion as a replacement of its leader made by Batman.

For more information on Nightwing, you can check out these links below.

Nightwing (Comics) Wikipedia


Nightwing (Comics) DC Wikia

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The Flying Grayson
Here is your links for "Nightwing" comics from DC Comics.

All-Star Batman and Robin, the Boy Wonder (Softcover)

All-Star Batman and Robin, the Boy Wonder (Hardcover)

Batman – Dark Victory (Softcover)

Batman – Dark Victory (Hardcover)

Absolute Batman – Dark Victory

Batman – The Gauntlet

Robin – Year One

Batman – Scarecrow/Two-Face – Year One

Teen Titans – Year One

Showcase Presents – Batman Vol 01

Batgirl – Year One (Softcover)

Batgirl – Year One (Hardcover)

Batman – Fortunate Son

Showcase Presents – Robin, The Boy Wonder

Batman In The Seventies

The New Teen Titans Archives Vol 03

The New Teen Titans Archives Vol 04

The New Teen Titans – Terra Incognito

The New Teen Titans – The Judas Contract

Nightwing – Year One

Batman – The Wrath

The New Teen Titans – The Terror of Trigon

DC Universe – The Stories of Alan Moore

Batman – Prodigal

Nightwing – Ties That Bind

Nightwing – A Knight In Bludhaven

Nightwing – Rough Justice

Nightwing/Huntress

Nightwing – Love and Bullets

Nightwing – A Darker Shade of Justice

Nightwing – The Hunt for Oracle

Nightwing – Big Guns

Nightwing – The Target

Nightwing – On The Razor’s Edge

Batman/Nightwing – Bloodborne

New Teen Titans – Who Is Donna Troy?

Identity Crisis

Nightwing – Mobbed Up

Countdown to Infinite Crisis – The OMAC Project

Nightwing – Renegade

Infinite Crisis (Softcover)

Infinite Crisis (Hardcover)

52 – Vol 01

52 – Vol 02

DC – World War III

Nightwing – Brothers In Blood

Nightwing – Love and War

Nightwing – The Lost Year

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Knights of Justice
Nightwing – Freefall

Nightwing – The Great Leap

Nightwing is a fictional superhero who appears in the DC Comics monthly issue and his own series featuring storylines like DC One Million, Year One, Cataclysm, No Man's Land, The Hunt For Oracle, Joker - Last Laugh, Bruce Wayne - Murderer?, Bruce Wayne - Fugitive, War Games, Villains United, Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul, Batman R.I.P., Faces of Evil and Origins and Omens. The concept of Dick Grayson becoming the new vigilante hero known as Nightwing was the developed idea of Marv Wolfman (DC Universe Online – Legends, Deathstroke the Terminator) and George Pérez (Crisis on Infinite Earths, Wonder Woman), back in 1984. This volume had a run from October 1996 to April 2009. The whole series contains 155 issues excluding annuals and other special issues. Following the "Flashpoint" crossover, the entire DC Comics timeline had gone through a reboot and in The New 52 timeline Dick Grayson also got a rebooted solo Nightwing ongoing series.
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