Renegade (Nightwing) Paperback – 1 Jan 2000
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A very well done Infinite Crisis Tie-in, shows Dick Grayson trying to be evil but becomes a Hero once again at a happy moment. Highly Recommended.
This book is really a bridging book in the current Batman and DCU continuity run. It brings together and resolves all of the loose ends that spiral out of the Nightwing, Villans United, Infinite Crisis, 52, and the overall Batman Family. It is well written by Devin Gayson and has some nice workmanship on the art side of things.
My only complaint is that it is a bit jarring as it leaps over storylines that will appear in other magazines but on the plus side it does move the Dick Grayson/Barbara Gordon storyline a step further on.
Not necessarily for the casual reader but a must for Batman Family fans.
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Anyway, for those of you who are curious, this is one of my personal favorite stories. You have Dick Grayson/Nightwing playing mentor to Rose Wilson/Ravager by the request of her father Slade Wilson/Deathstroke. Back then, it was like witnessing a possible storyline when the Teen Titans cartoon show was around back then...NOT the current Teen Titans Go version...I mean the original 5 seasons show. And to my surprise, I finally saw Rose appear in the 2006 comic of Teen Titans cartoon (issue 49).
I also like to say that this is one of Dick Grayson's iconic moments in comic books, along with him becoming Batman in "Battle of the Cowl" and then getting unmasked in "Forever Evil". Here, we witness Nightwing as a villain for a brief moment. And another thing I like about this story is the defining moment when we witness Rose Wilson realizes her father's deception and eventually becomes a hero again, which later sets the stage for her adventures in Geoff Johns' Teen Titans: Around the World [One Year Later].
The writing is at best mediocre, and the art isn't much better.
If this is the best example of the writing and art on Nightwing...wow, DC really needs to rethink this plan before Grayson returns from being Batman.