Nightwing, Vol. 7: The Bleeding Edge

Nightwing, Vol. 7: The Bleeding Edge

It's a new beginning for Dick Grayson, as novelist Benjamin Percy takes the vigilante on a high-octane, adrenaline-fueled adventure in Nightwing Vol. 7, a great jumping on point for new readers! Change is on the horizon. A new technologist sets his sights on Bl?dhaven, creating a holographic, interconnected city where everyone is an individual and part of a larger network. It's a new beginning for Dick Grayson, as novelist Benjamin Percy takes the vigilante on a high-octane, adrenaline-f...

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Title:Nightwing, Vol. 7: The Bleeding Edge
Author:Benjamin Percy
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1401285597
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:160 pages pages

Nightwing, Vol. 7: The Bleeding Edge Reviews

  • Kevin
    Nov 29, 2018

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

    Read in issues. That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either. ...

    I'm torn. The new baddie was pretty interesting, but the jumping around the narrative and some plot points that don't really add up, detracted. ...

    44-47, The Bleeding Edge, ??? Annual 1 ??? 48-49, Harm's Way, ??? ...

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    ...

  • Lindsey
    Jan 21, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

  • Robert Greenberger
    Jan 08, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

    Read in issues. That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either. ...

    I'm torn. The new baddie was pretty interesting, but the jumping around the narrative and some plot points that don't really add up, detracted. ...

    44-47, The Bleeding Edge, ??? Annual 1 ??? 48-49, Harm's Way, ??? ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Daniel Butcher
    Feb 12, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

  • Veronica
    Dec 31, 2018

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

  • Kev Ketner
    Sep 23, 2018

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

    Read in issues. That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either. ...

    I'm torn. The new baddie was pretty interesting, but the jumping around the narrative and some plot points that don't really add up, detracted. ...

    44-47, The Bleeding Edge, ??? Annual 1 ??? 48-49, Harm's Way, ??? ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Catarina Steele
    Feb 26, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

    Read in issues. That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either. ...

    I'm torn. The new baddie was pretty interesting, but the jumping around the narrative and some plot points that don't really add up, detracted. ...

    44-47, The Bleeding Edge, ??? Annual 1 ??? 48-49, Harm's Way, ??? ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Oct 26, 2018

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

  • Lukas Holmes
    Feb 11, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

    Read in issues. That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either. ...

    I'm torn. The new baddie was pretty interesting, but the jumping around the narrative and some plot points that don't really add up, detracted. ...

  • Jess
    Mar 02, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

  • Kris Ritchie
    Feb 19, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

  • Yas
    Dec 16, 2018

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

    Read in issues. That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either. ...

  • Tomer Soiker
    Feb 02, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

    Read in issues. That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either. ...

    I'm torn. The new baddie was pretty interesting, but the jumping around the narrative and some plot points that don't really add up, detracted. ...

    44-47, The Bleeding Edge, ??? Annual 1 ??? 48-49, Harm's Way, ??? ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Blanca
    Jan 27, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

    Read in issues. That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either. ...

    I'm torn. The new baddie was pretty interesting, but the jumping around the narrative and some plot points that don't really add up, detracted. ...

    44-47, The Bleeding Edge, ??? Annual 1 ??? 48-49, Harm's Way, ??? ...

    ...

  • Travischesser
    Jan 20, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

    Read in issues. That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either. ...

    I'm torn. The new baddie was pretty interesting, but the jumping around the narrative and some plot points that don't really add up, detracted. ...

    44-47, The Bleeding Edge, ??? Annual 1 ??? 48-49, Harm's Way, ??? ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Kurt Lorenz
    Nov 29, 2018

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

    Read in issues. That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either. ...

    I'm torn. The new baddie was pretty interesting, but the jumping around the narrative and some plot points that don't really add up, detracted. ...

    44-47, The Bleeding Edge, ??? Annual 1 ??? 48-49, Harm's Way, ??? ...

  • Chad
    Feb 08, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

  • Wing Kee
    Oct 18, 2018

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

  • Michelle M Eby
    Feb 28, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

    Read in issues. That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either. ...

    I'm torn. The new baddie was pretty interesting, but the jumping around the narrative and some plot points that don't really add up, detracted. ...

    44-47, The Bleeding Edge, ??? Annual 1 ??? 48-49, Harm's Way, ??? ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Andrew
    Mar 03, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

  • Richard Choate
    Jan 21, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

  • Eli Seibert
    Sep 19, 2018

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

  • Eric Snow
    Mar 20, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

    Read in issues. That was a solid read. Not the best arc, but not the worst either. ...

    I'm torn. The new baddie was pretty interesting, but the jumping around the narrative and some plot points that don't really add up, detracted. ...

    44-47, The Bleeding Edge, ??? Annual 1 ??? 48-49, Harm's Way, ??? ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Chris
    Jan 12, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

  • Kyle Dinges
    Mar 17, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

  • Beelzefuzz
    Jan 13, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

  • robinnette
    Sep 26, 2018

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

  • José
    Oct 08, 2018

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...

    The concept of technology-taking-over-the-world isn't a new one, but that's not to say it's a bad idea to incorporate into Nightwing's story. What is jarring is the way it's written, like all of a sudden a guy who grew up surrounded by state of the art technology, who ended up work...

    What in the hell just happened? The first 4 issues and the annual contained here are a slightly below average Nightwing story. Technology is out to get us! Again! It's not good, but not aggressively bad. The art from Chris Mooneyham is pretty good. And then there is an absolutely ba...

    There are two wildly different stories here. Neither feels like a Nightwing story. The first is about a living internet virus type guy and only Nightwing can stop him because Nightwing hates cellphones. There are many logical flaws in the story that make it seem not well thought out, ...

    I have mixed feelings about these issues. I like Percy's take on Nightwing, overall, but I miss all the characters and stuff that Tim Seeley had established during his run. The whole cyberpunk villain thing is old hat, at this point, and he doesn't add much that's new or original t...

    The opening arc is very strong. Even with my personal preference for a less Metahuman and Ultratech Batbooks, this story is a lot of fun. However it's the last story with its nonsensical car race that is really really really trying to pull of sort of a Fast and Furious sort of feel...

    3.75. To be fair I am in on Percy. And I'm concerned he seemed to have left the title early. There are points where I am like not another anti-tech rant. But he does a good job giving two perspectives. And as Percy makes it clear, info is king. ...

    It was ok, but not really anything to write home about. My copy of the trade paperback had some ink printing issues, and comparing it to other copies at the library I was not the only one. ...

    Not a lot happened in this volume. It felt more like filler than anything. ...

    65/100. Al menos, es mejor que los volúmenes anteriores. Me ha gustado el cambio y es una buena introducción a la narrativa de Percy, que no me ha disgustado. Veremos cómo continúa. ...

  • Abby
    Mar 23, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

  • Ben Truong
    Jan 03, 2019

    I was hoping for a Green Arrow redux scenario after Percy's turn on that book. What we got instead was a crap story mixing up random tech and pop culture. The big bad here is some computer virus-y thing named Wyrm. His big plot is to give every business in Bludhaven some kind of augmen...

    More Percy's Teen Titans than Green Arrow. World: The art is okay, it's not that great cause for the most part the art is trying to be Romita Jr (and they even had Romita Jr. do some alternate covers) and not doing that good of a job. Just get Romita Jr. The issue with Otto Smidt wh...

    So this volume had a lot going on. Even though I don't really care for stories where the moral seems to be "technology is bad, and younger generations should feel bad", I think this plays with the idea of misinformation as a super villain really well. Towards the end it starts to get ...

    3/5 Dick is one of my favourite DC characters and so far Rebirth wasn't treating him right ? the only volume I enjoyed so far was the one written by Humphries. I had high hopes for Percy as I liked his Green Arrow run but unfortunately his Nightwing didn't rock my world. It wasn't t...

    [Read as single issues] It?s a new creative team and new threats for Nightwing, with Bludhaven under attack from all sides as technology runs riot, and even Batgirl?s assistance might not be enough for him to save his city. Then it?s the race from hell as Nightwing blazes trai...

    Not that impressed with this one. ...

    A different type of story for Nightwing. ...

    Nightwing Vol 7 is fine. It wears its flaws on it sleeve with its poor characterization of Dick Grayson and its, frankly bizarre for 2018, anti technology vibe. The opening pages of the first issue have Dick lament how technology is everywhere and he's the kinda guy who would use a...

    Nightwing: The Bleeding Edge picks up where the previous volume left off, collecting six issues (44?49) of the 2016 on-going series and Nightwing Annual #1. This trade paperback has three stories: the four-part story "The Bleeding Edge", the two-part story "Harm's Way" and the one-sh...