Read Nightwing Vol. 3: Nightwing Must Die Online Free - Dick Grayson’s DC Universe Rebirth adventure from fan-favorite creators Tim Seeley (BATMAN ETERNAL, GRAYSON) and Javier Fernandez (RED HOOD/ARSENAL) continues in NIGHTWING VOL. 3: NIGHTWING MUST DIE!
As the original Robin, Dick Grayson has long lived in the shadow of Batman. But now, as Nightwing, he’s finally his own man. He has a new city to protect in Blüdhaven, and a new love in his life—former villain Shawn Tsang.
But someone doesn’t think that Nightwing is quite the hero he could be. They’ve sent a twisted doppelgänger, Deathwing, to Blüdhaven to kidnap Shawn...sending Dick on a globe-spanning chase to get her back before something terrible happens.
Together with current Robin Damian Wayne, his partner from his brief stint as Batman, Dick must stay one step ahead of an enemy who seems to have all of his skills and memories. But when Nightwing finds out who’s pulling Deathwing’s strings, he’ll realize the shadow of his time as Batman might be too long to ever truly escape.
Collects issues #16-21.
|Title||:||Nightwing Vol. 3: Nightwing Must Die|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
October 16, 2017
A return to Grant Morrison's run on Batman and Robin. Damian shows up in Bludhaven because he thinks Nightwing is trying to usurp him as the heir to Batman. Then Professor Pyg kidnaps Dick's girlfriend and the two head to Paris to get her back. Contains all of that great interaction between Dick...
May 19, 2017
Read in single issues. Collects Nightwing #16-20.
There are few things I enjoy less than writing negative reviews for books starring my favourite character, so i'll try and keep this short and sweet.
Nightwing Must Die sees the series fall into a terrible slump that's all the more disappointing con...
October 17, 2017
Well that's a step back...
World: The world building is fine on paper, you have Pyg and Hurt and Damian which reminds us of the time they were together as Batman and Robin. Then there's the building further of the world that Seeley did with Blüdhaven last arc. There's also the globe hopping. It's...
September 08, 2017
[read as single issues]
Poor Nightwing gets put through the wringer in this third Rebirth volume as not only does Professor Pyg return to menace both him and Robin, but also the despicable villain of Batman RIP and beyond, Doctor Hurt!
After paying homage to previous Nightwing stories in volume 2,...
June 03, 2017
I read these is in single issues and I don't know what to think of this volume. I love Nightwing, he's a chipper character with a positive outlook despite his bleak upbringing and his life with Batman, but the writers never seem to do him as much justice.
This series started off well, focusing on...
June 09, 2017
The strongest volume of this series yet. This arc follows up from Grant Morrison's Batman and Robin, and puts the two titular characters together to examine how their relationship has developed in the face of changing circumstances. There are strong character moments all throughout the arc, and N...
September 28, 2017
My favorite volume of the Rebirth Nightwing to date, this story is a call back to my favorite era of Batman - Grant Morrison's Batman and Robin with Dick and Damian. Seeley does a fantastic job understanding and portraying Dick and Damian's father/brother/friend relationship, and there are some t...
August 11, 2017
Fun to read with a fairly simple plot. I felt the action was a bit choppy in parts though, like there was a panel missing.
I struggled with Robin, though. Damian continues to be insufferable and I can't stand him. He takes me completely out of the story.
Not the best volume, this one, but I like...
October 04, 2017
This was good but don't let the cover trick you as to who the true villain is. I am still new to Tim Seeley's work with Dick Grayson but I took to this story better than to Volume 2. At parts there are some really unique characters but by the end they all really mattered and factored to the confl...
August 27, 2017
Read in single issues.
This wasn't an amazing arc, I couldn't really get involved in the central story at all actually, but it still contained Dick and Damian and a lot of cool action sequences and a real sense of heart. It was nice!