Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Nightwing # 24

Writer: Tim Seeley
Pencils: Miguel Mendoca
Inks: Diana Conesa
Colors: Carlos M. Mangual
 


With Nightwing becomes sold out and in a tough spot, he’s has to reach out for help if he has any change in escaping. But is this frenzy just a distraction for the real trouble brewing? 

***NON-SPOILERS and SUMMARY AT THE BOTTOM***



Fight On 


Nightwing calls on his friend Giz to help navigate his way off of Tiger Shark's ship. It won’t be easy with dozens of bad guys on his tail. Magog, Shado, Skyhook, just to name a few. Nightwing kicks and punches his way through, which is very reminiscent of the Batman issue with the same framing. Either way, even Roland at the end can show some respect when Nightwing reaches the end. But unfortunately for Nightwing, Roland had an ulterior motive to his backstabbing.


Pop Goes the Weasel 


Roland believes that he is the true hero of Bludhaven and the only way to save the city is to rid it of all it’s scum. And when I say rid..I mean permanently get rid of it. So in the third deck Roland has placed a bomb which will blow up all the villains, plus Nightwing. Just when you wonder how Nightwing is going to get out, BLAM! Is the Dickster dead? Probably not...


Sum it Up


A rat race from start to finish. As exciting as seeing some of these baddies in a Nightwing book, their introductions seemed messy and unnecessary. This was my only issue with the issue though. Other wise, it was fun and fast paced thriller ride. Hoping for a Sherlock worthy redemption next book. 

7/10   


Ariel DuPey | NCR 


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