I really liked the Blockbuster arc and wanted to invest more into this, but like we do every additional arc or so, it seems that Tim Seeley must go back to the well and find something to handle that he thinks he understands or something that he believes is secure and that is exactly what this Spyral piece feels like to me right off the bat and that scares me because whenever this occurs, the stories in my mind start to tank a little. Hopefully, that’s not true here and things will probably continue to seem fresh and enjoyable since Dick goes on the search for Giz’ murderer with a bit of assistance from Huntress. Check this Nightwing #26 review.
Our issue begins at Giz’ funeral, where all of the Run-Offs have shown up to pay respects to their friend and to also, secretly blame Nightwing for his murder because if it wasn’t for Bludhaven’s newest superhero getting Giz to check into the weapons supplied by the Second Hand, their friend might still be living. Yeah, Dick’s carrying the death pretty hard and is determined to make whoever did it pay. Enter Huntress, who at a really driven manner, wants to help Dick because the guy who seems like the killer is a mobster and Tim Seeley just throws Huntress’ motives to avenge her family’s death out there without much of the excuse because since we’ve seen Helena take on this character, she is only actually been the Batgirl and the Birds of Prey publication and the whole killing mobsters thing has sort of been solved and put away today.
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Anyhow, the two monitor the mobster into Sicily, where following a little fisticuffs, they receive his speech. After finding a thumb drive that spells it out that this guy was an undercover Spyral agent, it looks like our heroes have been set up and that the Second Hand is really Spyral itself.
Yeah, we’ve got all that going on, and, Shawn Tsang seems to be going back to her old DeFacer manners today that Pigeon is in town and that I do not think she is the sole Run-Off to return to old habits since it seems that Giz’ girlfriend Mouse is all about doing what must be done to find vengeance for her reduction.. Which regrettably, I think she’ll go following Nightwing.
That is it for this issue of Nightwing and while I loathed Huntress’ forced addition in this story, what I believe I despise the most is making Spyral and Tiger the Second Hand since we already had a retcon out of when this series started by making Tiger a fantastic guy again and the mind of Spyral because in the end of this Grayson series, he was a villain working for Checkmate.. And now he’s just a bad man again, despite the fact that we originally went contrary to that. I don’t get it and that I feel the only real Facets of this narrative are the Run-Offs becoming more panel drama and Dick being a mope over becoming Giz murdered and even with this.. We’ve Dick being a mope and no one really wants this, I just thought that it was done pretty well though. Javier Fernandez is back on art this problem and his style is something that I will never get behind so that too was a disappoint for me in this problem and all in all I am just waiting to get back to the Blockbuster stuff because at least that was interesting and did not go against persistence.
Nightwing #26 Review & SPOILERS
Written By: Tim Seeley
Art By: Javier Fernandez, Chris Sotomayor, Carlos M. Mangual
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: August 2, 2017
Bits and Pieces:
After I finally believed that we were hitting an adequate pace with this Nightwing series, Tim Seeley chose to return to the good thing about his Grayson days and introduced Spyral back to this story whether it made sense to the joys or not. Along with not really enjoying the story, I was not a lover of the art at all and although the story just began, I can not wait for this to over already.
Score : 5.1/10