|Nightwing – New 52 | Comics|
Soon, he lost both of his parents on the day of his mother’s birthday because of gangster Tony Zucco. Witnessing the incident, billionaire Bruce Wayne approaches Dick to take care for him. As he was kept at the Wayne Care Center, he routinely sneaked out of there at night looking for Zucco and the boy’s raw talent drew attention of Batman.
He was drafted to the lifelong crime-fighting path as The Boy Wonder; Robin and is trained by Batman. During his time as Robin he met Batgirl, fought Harley Quinn and The Joker as well as other criminals of Gotham. Years after serving as Batman’s sidekick, he moved from his mentor’s shadow and took the alias of Nightwing.
As Haly's Circus returned to Gotham after many years, it brought an age-old dark secret along with it. Once Batman has discovered the existence of the Court of Owls, he also found a link between them and Dick’s ancestors, who used to train Talon assassins for The Court. Just as the Night of the Owls descends upon Gotham, Nightwing fought them alongside the Bat-Family.
For more information on Nightwing – New 52 comics series, you can check out the links below.
Nightwing – The New 52 (Comics) Wikipedia
Nightwing – The New 52 (Comics) DC Wikia
Conflict With The Mentor
Here is your links to buy "Nightwing – New 52" comics from DC Comics on Amazon.
Batman Vol 01 – Court of the Owls (Softcover)
Batman Vol 01 – Court of the Owls (Hardcover)
Nightwing Vol 01 – Traps and Trapezes
Batman – Night of the Owls (Softcover)
Batman – Night of the Owls (Hardcover)
Nightwing Vol 02 – Night of the Owls
The Joker – Death of the Family (Softcover)
The Joker – Death of the Family (Hardcover)
Nightwing Vol 03 – Death of the Family
Nightwing Vol 04 – Second City
Nightwing Vol 05 – Setting Son
Forever Evil (Softcover)
Forever Evil (Hardcover)
Known as one of the best superhero sidekick ever, former circus acrobat Dick Grayson AKA Nightwing is a popular fictional protagonist character owned by DC Comics. The character Dick Grayson was originated from the creators of his mentor Batman; Bob Kane and Bill Finger. Dick made his first appearance in issue #38 of Detective Comics and later he outgrown into the character Nightwing on the pages of Tales of the Teen Titans in 1984.
One Dark City Night
Following the “Flashpoint” crossover event, the entire DC Comics timeline is rebooted and becomes The New 52. Nightwing also received a solo ongoing series as well, which is written by Kyle Higgins and drawn by artist Eddy Barrows. Aside from his regular appearance in his own series, he was also a part of few Batman related titles and crossovers like Death of the Family and Forever Evil.
If you like the post, then PLEASE leave a comment.