Nightwing #26 Review

What is harder, living with roommates or chasing criminals across the city?

The Good

The rooftop chase scene between Nightwing and Mali as well as the subsequent fight and banter in the chemical warehouse is reminiscent of Batman and Catwoman's back and forth exchanges, which feels slightly better being done between these two. The art of Will Conrad gives us both a sense of youth and larger than life heroics. The scenes of Grayson out of costume where almost as interesting as the ones where he was in costume.

The Not So Good

We know next to nothing about Mali and it doesn't add to the mystery, instead it comes off as annoying. A few little nuggets of information, like the bombshell dropped at the end of the story, would get me more interested in the character than the nothing they have given me so far. If the character was just a minor player then it wouldn't be a big deal, but it seems like they have big plans for her and they are simply dragging things out, which irritates me quite a bit.

The Bottom Line

Another solid issue of Nightwing, that delivers both witty banter and solid action. If you are a fan of Nightwing or want to become one then I recommend you picking this issue up.

4.0 / 5
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Nightwing #26
Released December 11, 2013
Writer Kyle Higgins
Artist Will Conrad
Cover Artist Will Conrad

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