Nightwing, Vol. 7 by Benjamin Percy

Nightwing, Vol. 7

It's a new beginning for Dick Grayson, as novelist Benjamin Percy takes the vigilante on a high-octane, adrenaline-fueled adventure in Nightwing Vol. 7, a great jumping on point for new readers!Change is on the horizon. A new technologist sets his sights on Bl�dhaven, creating a holographic, interconnected city where everyone is an individual and part of a larger network. It's the internet made physical. Gentrification on gigabyte-laced steroid...


Details Nightwing, Vol. 7

TitleNightwing, Vol. 7
ISBN9781401285593
Author
Release DateDec 31st, 2018
PublisherDC Comics
LanguageEnglish
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Superheroes, Dc Comics
Rating

Reviews Nightwing, Vol. 7

  • Wing Kee
    1970-01-01
    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow.World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt which partnered with Percy for Green Arrow is so beautiful to look at. The world building here is okay, there are moments of greatness and moments of logic leaps readers ...
  • Eli Seibert
    1970-01-01
    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well.Towards the end it starts to get a bit more chaotic; turning into something like Speed Racer mixed with Tron mixed with Ready Player One, which is a bit outside of the realm I usually like members of...
  • Chris Lemmerman
    1970-01-01
    [Read as single issues]It’s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl’s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it’s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trails with the lives of his newest friends hanging in the balance.Ben Percy’s Nightwing run is a weird one. It was cut short after issue 50, with Percy leaving abruptly ...
  • Veronica
    1970-01-01
    A different type of story for Nightwing.
  • Richard Choate
    1970-01-01
    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a landline instead of a cell. To my knowledge, this has never been a trait applied to Dick and doesn't make a whole lot of sense. In previous stories by different writer...
  • Ben Truong
    1970-01-01
    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44–49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-shot Annual serves as a bridge between the two stories.Blüdhaven is on a verge of change, after the fall of the casino industry, a new technologist sets his sights o...
  • Chris
    1970-01-01
    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up working for a highly technological spy agency AND continues to use said technology is suddenly a luddite.A token attempt at explaning his fear of technology is given while ...
  • Beelzefuzz
    1970-01-01
    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story.The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, and it ends with a joke about finally getting to punch technology in its stupid face. This whole arc was probably only written for that joke and it all failed.Next th...
  • robinnette
    1970-01-01
    3/5Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right – the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't that bad but it never gave me the thrill that my favourite Nightwing comics do. I wasn't really that much into grandpa Dick who's so against technology, I never really...
  • Lindsey
    1970-01-01
    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything.
  • José
    1970-01-01
    65/100.Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa.
  • Yas
    1970-01-01
    Read in issues.That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either.
  • Kurt Lorenz
    1970-01-01
    44-47, The Bleeding Edge, ☆☆☆Annual 1 ☆☆☆48-49, Harm's Way, ☆☆☆