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Nightwing
Nightwing
Rating: T 

After his parents were taken from him in a moment of tragedy, young aerialist Dick Grayson was raised at the knee of Bruce Wayne. But when Bruce revealed himself as Batman, Dick quickly found himself fighting beside him as Robin, the Boy Wonder! As Dick grew, he relinquished the mantle of Robin and became Nightwing! Be it at the side of the Batman, with his teammates in the Titans, or on his own, Nightwing fights crimes wherever it may appear, with his stunning acrobatic abilities and endearing charm!

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Writer: Dan Jurgens
Artist: Ronan Cliquet
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 » Class & nbsp;» Gotham City
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Nightwing Vol 4 #71 Cover A Regular Mike Perkins Cover

Nightwing Vol 4 #71 Cover A Regular Mike Perkins Cover

Having a chat with the Clown Prince of Crime is scary enough…being captured, tied down, and forced to listen to him is something else! Especially when you're Ric Grayson, and The Joker just wants you out of action so he can get to the Dark Knight. With no idea what his history with The Joker might be, Ric doesn't find this situation one bit funny.

Nightwing Vol 4 #72 Cover A Regular Travis Moore Cover

Nightwing Vol 4 #72 Cover A Regular Travis Moore Cover

Dick Grayson has learned the truth: that 'fixing' his identity lies with none other than Barbara Gordon. He must go to Gotham to find Batgirl-and runs into The Joker's new henchperson, Punchline. Unlike Harley Quinn, Punchline's deadpan black humor matches the deadly knives she uses on her victims…and for her next joke, Ric Grayson is the punchline.