Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Nightwing #11 SPOILER REVIEW

Writer: Tim Seeley
Artists: Chris Sotomayor and Carlos M. Mangual
Price: $2.99


There’s no escaping Gotham…



This issue like the last starts off with a quick flashback, only this time it seems more necessary and goes more with the story. We see Gordan, Batman and Robin as they have apprehended a gang of young “art terrorists” that include The Defacer. They were caught trying to rewrite Gotham’s history by destroying historic monuments. Robin and The Defacer make eye contact and he says to Batman that it’s unfair what’s going to happen to her. Claiming that she had the wrong mentor and is really just angry. Flashback to the present where Nightwing is face to face with The Defacer once again. Who he just want’s to talk to about Gorilla Grimm, but she wants him gone before The Run-Offs find him. The Run-Offs are a support group to help former criminals from… Gotham. And they all show up and Nightwing agrees to leave when it’s clear he’s scaring most of them half to death. But not Jimmy Nice. Who admits they need his help finding Grimm. Of course Nightwing agrees.


Detective work and more bad luck…



Nightwing goes in search of Grimm, which takes him to Meadowdale Mall. An illegal street market where Grimm could be dealing weapons. After some good old fashioned detective work he come finds that he was right all along… Grimm was framed! And while this is going on, the Convention and Tourism Bureau are putting up a big billboard to show off Bludhavens new protector. This of course comes back to bite Nightwing in the ass but we’ll get to that.



Something fishy is going on…




The last important part of the story shows us Nightwing deciding to go and talk to The Defacer. He has come to realize that he is a lot like the Run-Offs, he knows Gorilla Grimm is innocent and he’s going to help prove it with their help or without it. She proceeds to bring up that time back in Gotham all those years ago when they locked eyes, then when they’re just about to lock lips the Bludhaven police pull up. They believe The Defacer has been involved in a murder. I think someone is trying to take them all down and maybe, possibly, it could be Jimmy Nice. I just have a feeling. Him wanting Nightwings help earlier even though everyone in the group has worked so hard to move away from everything to do with Gotham? But that’s just me. At this point Nightwing can’t catch a break helping The Defacer since the cops won’t take the “Ad Campaign” Hero seriously, which i found amusing. End with a page showing us the new threat… The Orca!


The Confessional



Great issue. The story was awesome and the art wasn’t amazing, but definitely a step up from last issue. I like how Nightwing is trying so hard to get away from Gotham but no matter what it’s impossible for him to do so. We see a bit of a pattern going on with the murders which I found very enjoyable. There’s a bit of a mystery aspect and I’ve always been a fan of that. Art wise, the color scheme was a lot better as well as the characters’ detail. It may just be growing on me I don’t know. But I do know I look forward to the next issue.



Rating: Holy ★★★★★★★★★

Writer: Tim Seeley
Artists: Chris Sotomayor and Carlos M. Mangual
Price: $2.99

There’s no escaping Gotham…

This issue like the last starts off with a quick flashback, only this time it seems more necessary and goes more with the story. We see Gordan, Batman and Robin as they have apprehended a gang of young “art terrorists” that include The Defacer. They were caught trying to rewrite Gotham’s history by destroying historic monuments. Robin and The Defacer make eye contact and he says to Batman that it’s unfair what’s going to happen to her. Claiming that she had the wrong mentor and is really just angry. Flashback to the present where Nightwing is face to face with The Defacer once again. Who he just want’s to talk to about Gorilla Grimm, but she wants him gone before The Run-Offs find him. The Run-Offs are a support group to help former criminals from… Gotham. And they all show up and Nightwing agrees to leave when it’s clear he’s scaring most of them half to death. But not Jimmy Nice. Who admits they need his help finding Grimm. Of course Nightwing agrees.

Detective work and more bad luck…

Nightwing goes in search of Grimm, which takes him to Meadowdale Mall. An illegal street market where Grimm could be dealing weapons. After some good old fashioned detective work he come finds that he was right all along… Grimm was framed! And while this is going on, the Convention and Tourism Bureau are putting up a big billboard to show off Bludhavens new protector. This of course comes back to bite Nightwing in the ass but we’ll get to that.

Something fishy is going on…

The last important part of the story shows us Nightwing deciding to go and talk to The Defacer. He has come to realize that he is a lot like the Run-Offs, he knows Gorilla Grimm is innocent and he’s going to help prove it with their help or without it. She proceeds to bring up that time back in Gotham all those years ago when they locked eyes, then when they’re just about to lock lips the Bludhaven police pull up. They believe The Defacer has been involved in a murder. I think someone is trying to take them all down and maybe, possibly, it could be Jimmy Nice. I just have a feeling. Him wanting Nightwings help earlier even though everyone in the group has worked so hard to move away from everything to do with Gotham? But that’s just me. At this point Nightwing can’t catch a break helping The Defacer since the cops won’t take the “Ad Campaign” Hero seriously, which i found amusing. End with a page showing us the new threat… The Orca!

The Confessional

Great issue. The story was awesome and the art wasn’t amazing, but definitely a step up from last issue. I like how Nightwing is trying so hard to get away from Gotham but no matter what it’s impossible for him to do so. We see a bit of a pattern going on with the murders which I found very enjoyable. There’s a bit of a mystery aspect and I’ve always been a fan of that. Art wise, the color scheme was a lot better as well as the characters’ detail. It may just be growing on me I don’t know. But I do know I look forward to the next issue.

Rating: Holy ★★★★★★★★ 

Writer: Tim Seeley
Artists: Chris Sotomayor and Carlos M. Mangual
Price: $2.99

There’s no escaping Gotham…

This issue like the last starts off with a quick flashback, only this time it seems more necessary and goes more with the story. We see Gordan, Batman and Robin as they have apprehended a gang of young “art terrorists” that include The Defacer. They were caught trying to rewrite Gotham’s history by destroying historic monuments. Robin and The Defacer make eye contact and he says to Batman that it’s unfair what’s going to happen to her. Claiming that she had the wrong mentor and is really just angry. Flashback to the present where Nightwing is face to face with The Defacer once again. Who he just want’s to talk to about Gorilla Grimm, but she wants him gone before The Run-Offs find him. The Run-Offs are a support group to help former criminals from… Gotham. And they all show up and Nightwing agrees to leave when it’s clear he’s scaring most of them half to death. But not Jimmy Nice. Who admits they need his help finding Grimm. Of course Nightwing agrees.

Detective work and more bad luck…

Nightwing goes in search of Grimm, which takes him to Meadowdale Mall. An illegal street market where Grimm could be dealing weapons. After some good old fashioned detective work he come finds that he was right all along… Grimm was framed! And while this is going on, the Convention and Tourism Bureau are putting up a big billboard to show off Bludhavens new protector. This of course comes back to bite Nightwing in the ass but we’ll get to that.

Something fishy is going on…

The last important part of the story shows us Nightwing deciding to go and talk to The Defacer. He has come to realize that he is a lot like the Run-Offs, he knows Gorilla Grimm is innocent and he’s going to help prove it with their help or without it. She proceeds to bring up that time back in Gotham all those years ago when they locked eyes, then when they’re just about to lock lips the Bludhaven police pull up. They believe The Defacer has been involved in a murder. I think someone is trying to take them all down and maybe, possibly, it could be Jimmy Nice. I just have a feeling. Him wanting Nightwings help earlier even though everyone in the group has worked so hard to move away from everything to do with Gotham? But that’s just me. At this point Nightwing can’t catch a break helping The Defacer since the cops won’t take the “Ad Campaign” Hero seriously, which i found amusing. End with a page showing us the new threat… The Orca!

The Confessional

Great issue. The story was awesome and the art wasn’t amazing, but definitely a step up from last issue. I like how Nightwing is trying so hard to get away from Gotham but no matter what it’s impossible for him to do so. We see a bit of a pattern going on with the murders which I found very enjoyable. There’s a bit of a mystery aspect and I’ve always been a fan of that. Art wise, the color scheme was a lot better as well as the characters’ detail. It may just be growing on me I don’t know. But I do know I look forward to the next issue.

Rating: Holy ★★★★★★★★★☆☆


Brandon Reid  | Nerd Church Radio 





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