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- Publication date : January 5, 2016
- File size : 325101 KB
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B018YP1RZ4
- Lending : Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 290 pages
- Publisher : DC; Illustrated edition (January 5, 2016)
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- Best Sellers Rank: #267,054 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The opening story, a well executed murder-mystery, is a fantastic narrative and the kind of thing I love seeing in trades and collections. It established the characters Nightwing would be interacting with, gave some fantastic action scenes, presented clues throughout to solve the mystery, and wrapped up in a fantastic and satisfying conclusion.
Following that is a story about Nightwing going to help Gotham during a massive Earthquake. This is the problem I had with this volume and why it doesn't get 5 stars. Dick rushes to Gotham, saves people, meets up with Oracle and Robin, and a villain threatens to cause another Earthquake should he not be paid an obscene amount of money (typical 90's villain style). It ends there for this trade, continued in whatever Batman series was running at the time. It always bothers me when trades or collections don't include issues from separate series to conclude what it set-up, but I think this annoyed me more following such a fantastic opening story.
The last few issues continue the stories set up in the Nightwing series and I must say I loved the development of the wannabe vigilante "Nite-wing" story and am eager to see where it goes in the next trade. While the middle two-issue crossover was a disappointment, it still gave us some good Nightwing heroics, and the rest of the book balances it out well enough. I imagine if you have the first two volumes you are just going to purchase this one as well but for anybody who may be having doubts about it (I don't know why you would be), definitely add it to your collection.