Nightwing, Vol. 7: The Bleeding Edge

Nightwing, Vol. 7: The Bleeding Edge Review

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 the internet made physical. Gentrification on gigabyte-laced steroids. But when this new utopia encroaches on his turf, Nightwing starts to uncover a sinister plot based not on revenge...but on a reckoning.

Incoming creative team of horror novelist and Green Arrow alumn Benjamin Percy and artist Chris Mooneyham (Boom Studios's Planet of the Apes) will take Nightwing on a digital nightmare that will have long-lasting ramifications for the DC Universe in NightwingVol. 7! This great new jumping-on point is perfect for readers wanting to catch up with Dick Grayson! Collects #44-49 and Annual #1.

Title:Nightwing, Vol. 7: The Bleeding Edge
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Chad

    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 thi...

  • Wing Kee

    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) ...

  • Eli Seibert

    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 ide...

  • robinnette

    3/5Dick 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 h...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    [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...

  • Veronica

    A different type of story for Nightwing....

  • Richard Choate

    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 ha...

  • Ben Truong

    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: t...

  • Chris

    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 sud...

  • Beelzefuzz

    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...