Tom Taylor’s run on Nightwing’s monthly adventures has been remarkable, his scripts have been both thrilling and full of heart, his love for these iconic characters shines through in every panel and exchange between these beloved heroes and villains.
Though, for this particular Nightwing fan, it’s been the astonishing art of the series artist – Bruno Redondo that has made each and every issue a mesmeric masterpiece, with his covers especially, being an absolute stand-out on the comic-book shelves each, and every month. So why not indulge your senses with some of my absolute favourite comic cover pieces, courtesy of the brilliant, bold and bodacious – Bruno Redondo…
Nightwing Is Copyright: DC Comics
Welcome, fellow fans of fantastic fiction, to another cool, compelling and creatively compulsory Comic Cover Of The Week, and this week’s immaculate image is brought to you by the terrifically talented – Travis Moore!
Superman: Son Of Kal-El is yet another great title from the sensational scribe that is Tom Taylor, I’m highly impressed with Tom’s ability to plot and weave his magic on so many different books for DC each month, alongside Superman, Tom is also knocking it out of the proverbial park with Nightwing and also Dark Knights Of Steel, each and every month… he most definitely gives the energiser bunny a run for it’s money!
On this particular issue though, Tom has handed over co-writing opportunities to Nicole Maines, of whom you may remember as the character – Dreamer from CW’s Arrowverse. The transgender rights activist and actor has proven to have the requisite cognizance and literary skills to help her television character jump mediums and make her first contact with the characters of the DC Universe in a fun issue with lovely art by Clayton Henry, in fact the issue has proven so popular, that DC have commissioned a second printing!
Superman: Son Of Kal-El Is Available From Your Local Comic-Book Emporium Right Now.
Well hey there, fellow fans of fantastic fiction, and welcome back to another cool and compelling – Comic Cover Of The Week – and once more our bodacious bat-signal bears down on that notably nifty and nimble ninja – Nightwing, who dynamically duets this captivating cover alongside the Precinct’s all time favourite Batgirl – Babs Gordon, in yet another charming comic cover classic by the terrifically talented – Bruno Redondo.
As I mentioned on a previous Nightwing post, Tom Taylor and Bruno Redondo have been literally hitting a home run with every single issue of Dick’s dynamic adventures, Taylor is most definitely the hot property for DC at the moment, but it’s Bruno’s vibrant and vivacious visuals that draw this particular Nightwing fan back month after month. His wildly inventive use of splash pages and linked imagery is just amazing, giving his art a tangible sense of motion, as the above image portrays so well.
Nightwing #93 Is Available At Your Local Comic-book Emporium Right Now!
Our DC Comics’ Pride Celebration Month continues with this nifty and nimble Nightwing number by terrifically talented Travis Moore! DC Comics, that superlative and scintillating superhero showrunner of comicdom has dedicated this month to the ongoing worldwide June Pride celebrations, via vivacious variant covers to the majority of their marvellous monthly mags, and a one shot anthology entitled – DC Pride #1. With the dynamic and daring Dick Grayson taking this week’s compelling comic-cover commendation.
Dick Grayson trades out his iconic escrima sticks for a magnifying glass and sleuthing hat to investigate Bludhaven’s new mayor, Melinda Zucco, to find out how the daughter of the man who was responsible for the murder of his parents came to hold power in Nightwing’s city. But his investigation is cut short when he comes mask to mask with one of the most horrendous villains in Bludhaven’s history – HEARTLESS!
Nightwing #81 Is Available At Your Local Comic-Book Emporium Right Now!
(Warning: Alliteration Avalanche Ahoy!)
Felicitations fellow fans of fantastic fiction, and welcome once more to a cornucopia of cool comic cover collectables!
Now, imagine the scene, it’s been at least five weeks since yours truly has darkened the doorstep of my local comic-book emporium due to a month long country wide lockdown in the UK, and so, upon setting foot in my dream laden store of choice (dream for me, absolute nightmare for my wallet and bank account!) I am confronted with a legendary landslide of a pull list, this peerless pile was so large I assumed we’d entered into an eclipse, as the sun itself was blocked by this mammoth mountain of marvellous manuscripts!! Of course, me being me, and not satisfied with this crushing cavalcade of comic coolness,I dangerously (again, for my weeping wallet and bawling bank account) and passionately peruse the shelves to add yet more terrific tomes to this overtly overwhelming onslaught of comics, already large enough to cause the world to spin off its axis, when I spot the impeccable illustration residing on this months DCEASED: Dead Planet #6.
Instantly falling in love with the astonishing artwork, I couldn’t help but add this to the already precarious pull list. Based upon the peerless posters for DC’s live action version of Shazam, but replacing Billy Batson with Mary Marvel (okay, okay, she’s technically known as Mary Shazam now!), a character I love, this vaunted variant by the bombastic Ben Oliver was fervently fitted into a frame and placed promptly into the Precinct’s colossally cavernous Comic Crypts.
“The remaining heroes of the DC Universe are stuck between hell and a hard place! With the Justice League racing against the clock to create a cure, the cruel masters of the southern garden are determined to wipe all anti-life from the planet. And, just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse… the war to save the Earth takes a devilishly new direction, Trigon is coming to end the world, as hell is long overdue its payment in souls!”