Jim Lee has designed many of this statue series’ most popular pieces, but his rendition of Nightwing may be the greatest non-Batman in the whole collection.
Are you excited for DC’s newest animated feature? Check out where the inspiration came from by comic greats Marv Wolfman, and George Perez.
It goes without saying that Dick Grayson is one of the most influential comic book characters of all time. As Robin he pretty much set the standard for the role of the child sidekick.
DC has done it again with adding to its already impressive animated line up. Batman: Bad Blood takes a few New 52 story lines and mashes them together for this 70 minute animated feature.
Batman Beyond is a hidden gem in the the comic book world. Batman Beyond 2.0 lets readers get a jump start on a great character with a new creative team!
DC has had a string of bad luck when it comes to BIG events in their comics. Can Robin War break that bad taste Convergence left in our mouths? I think it will.
Nightwing has taken on many looks and DC Collectibles has always been able to capture each look in plastic.
As you all know, after Forever Evil, Dick Grayson is dead in the eyes of the DCU. Only a few people know of what he is doing now, and after five issues of Grayson, I too must have missed the boat.
The latest hero to get a TV pilot might be the former Boy Wonder, Dick Grayson.
DC Collectibles’ latest series comes out of the gate sprinting, with great figures based on the work of Greg Capullo.
DC Comics readers have been frustrated with the delay on Forever Evil #7 (myself included) and you know what…it was TOTALLY worth the wait! I said in a past review of the first few issues that this was going to be one of the GREATEST stories ever told and I think I was right!
I will warn you all now as this will contain a few spoilers if you are not caught up with the Forever Evil story currently running.
The rumor mill is churning out a lot of Nightwing talk this month. The newest rumor is Nightwing might make an appearance on the CW’s Arrow, but can it really happen?