Nightwing by Chuck Dixon
Year One (Batman)

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Dick Grayson was the first Robin, the teen sidekick to the Dark Knight, Batman. Then he became Nightwing and stepped out of Batmans shadow. The story behind that transformation and how it affected Batman, the Teen Titans and Dick himself is explored in this graphic novel. When Batman fires Robin, an angry Dick Grayson is unsure of where to go. On his journey, he receives advice from Superman and aid from Deadman, and makes the decisions that lead him to become a brand new crimefighter.
 

About Chuck Dixon

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Scott Beatty earned his Master of Arts degree in fiction writing at Iowa State University. A former English teacher, radio personality and magazine editor, Beatty is also the author of DK's "Batman: The Ultimate Guide to the Dark Knight," A comic book fan since before he could read or write, Beatty's credits include over 60 DC Comics publications and "Secret Files" comic books. He longs for Superman's super-strength every time he's forced to move his comic book collection. Action auteur Chuck Dixon (Doom, U.S. War Machine) is one of the hardest-working men in comics. He currently writes Robin, Nightwing and Birds of Prey for DC Comics.
 
Published August 1, 2005 by DC Comics. 144 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Robin moves from boy to man wonder as he takes the guise of grown-up crime fighter Nightwing in this origin story. Nightwing's fans will enjoy the exploration of what made him who he is. The st

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Robin moves from boy to man wonder as he takes the guise of grown-up crime fighter Nightwing in this origin story.

Jun 20 2005 | Read Full Review of Nightwing: Year One (Batman)

Major Spoilers

Bit harder tracking down the full names of the artists behind this wonderful bit of Batman Family art, but it looks like Angela Kim and Jessie Wong are the dynamic duo behind this dynamic duo.

Jul 18 2013 | Read Full Review of Nightwing: Year One (Batman)

Broken Frontier

The choice of Clayface as the enemy that finally drives a wedge between Batman and Robin is unusual, but Dixon makes good use of the character in his script.

Jan 14 2005 | Read Full Review of Nightwing: Year One (Batman)

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