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By Chuck Dixon Scott Beatty Scott McDaniel Andy Owens | Comments: ( 383 ) | Date: ( Sep 18, 2019 )

Learn the legendary history of Dick Grayson and his life after Batman fired him, as he gains advice from Superman, aids Deadman, and makes the decisions that lead him to become a new crimefighter Collecting the sold out 6 part origin story presented in NIGHTWING 101 106

  • Title: Nightwing: Year One
  • Author: Chuck Dixon Scott Beatty Scott McDaniel Andy Owens
  • ISBN: 9781401204358
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Paperback

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Chuck Dixon Scott Beatty Scott McDaniel Andy Owens

Charles Chuck Dixon is an American comic book writer, perhaps best known for long runs on Batman titles in the 1990s.His earliest comics work was writing Evangeline first for Comico Comics in 1984 then later for First Comics, who published the on going series , on which he worked with his then wife, the artist Judith Hunt His big break came one year later, when editor Larry Hama hired him to write back up stories for Marvel Comics The Savage Sword of Conan.In 1986, he began working for Eclipse Comics, writing Airboy with artist Tim Truman Continuing to write for both Marvel and mainly Eclipse on these titles, as well as launching Strike with artist Tom Lyle in August 1987 and Valkyrie with artist Paul Gulacy in October 1987, he began work on Carl Potts Alien Legion series for Marvel s Epic Comics imprint, under editor Archie Goodwin He also produced a three issue adaptation of J R R Tolkien s The Hobbit for Eclipse with artist David Wenzel between 1989 and 1990, and began writing Marc Spector Moon Knight in June 1989.His Punisher OGN Kingdom Gone August, 1990 led to him working on the monthly The Punisher War Journal and later, monthly and occasional Punisher titles , and also brought him to the attention of DC Comics editor Denny O Neil, who asked him to produce a Robin mini series The mini proved popular enough to spawn two sequels The Joker s Wild 1991 and Cry of the Huntress 1992 which led to both an ongoing monthly series which Dixon wrote for 100 issues before leaving to work with CrossGen Comics , and to Dixon working on Detective Comics from 644 738 through the major Batman stories KnightFall KnightsEnd for which he helped create the key character of Bane , DC One Million , Contagion , Legacy , Cataclysm and No Man s Land Much of his run was illustrated by Graham Nolan.He was DC s most prolific Batman writer in the mid 1990s rivalled perhaps in history by Bill Finger and Dennis O Neil in addition to writing Detective Comics he pioneered the individual series for Robin , Nightwing which he wrote for 70 issues, and returned to briefly with 2005 s 101 and Batgirl , as well as creating the team and book Birds of Prey.While writing multiple Punisher and Batman comics and October 1994 s Punisher Batman crossover , he also found time to launch Team 7 for Jim Lee s WildStorm Image and Prophet for Rob Liefeld s Extreme Studios He also wrote many issues of Catwoman and Green Arrow , regularly having about seven titles out each and every month between the years 1993 and 1998.In March, 2002, Dixon turned his attention to CrossGen s output, salthough he co wrote with Scott Beatty the origin of Barbara Gordon s Batgirl in 2003 s Batgirl Year One For CrossGen he took over some of the comics of the out going Mark Waid, taking over Sigil from 21, and Crux with 13 He launched Way of the Rat in June 2002, Brath March 03 , The Silken Ghost June 03 and the pirate comic El Cazador Oct 03 , as well as editing Robert Rodi s non Sigilverse The Crossovers He also wrote the Ruse spin off Archard s Agents one shots in January and November 03 and April 04, the last released shortly before CrossGen s complete collapse forced the cancellation of all of its comics, before which Dixon wrote a single issue of Sojourn May 04 Dixon s Way of the Rat 24, Brath 14 and El Cazador 6 were among the last comics released from the then bankrupt publisher.On June 10, 2008, Dixon announced on his forum that he was no longer employed by DC Comics in any capacity.

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Comments Nightwing: Year One

  • Jayson

    (B+) 78% | GoodNotes: Bright and optimistic, it’s big on callbacks and takes the familiar path down memory lane over treading new ground.

  • erika

    all my life i've been trying my best to impress you. i'm supposed to be your partner--not your boy wonder. actual words dick grayson has said to bruce wayne*my obsession with robin continues* or nightwing. or dick grayson. or teen titan. or whatever.highlights:*i can't believe actually i can that this is in its entirety an angsty love letter to batman.*this is a circus, remember? bright lights? flashy clothes? him in a nutshell*omg because he's an acrobat they'd call him ANGEL WITHOUT WINGS that [...]

  • Caitlin

    I've always loved Batman because he is never, ever perfect. And nowhere is this more clear than with Dick Grayson. It's pretty damn clear that as Robin, Grayson has given his heart and soul to fighting crime. The fact that Grayson is torn between two crime fighting groups shouldn't mean he's a failure. But Batman isn't the shades of gray type and that can make him a bit of a jerk. Like telling Robin that he's fired because he shows up late to help Batman due to taking down a villain with the Tee [...]

  • Matt Thomas

    Origin story of Nightwing, born from the ashes of his career as the first Robin. Late (or rather barely on time) too often, Batman fires Dick who then goes to Superman for advice. This leads to the realization he needs to find a place to "come home to" and, although he tries the circus, he turns instead to becoming a hero in his own right, comes back to Gotham and finds himself. After working alongside Batgirl, then teaming up with the new Robin, Jason Todd, to save Alfred, Batman welcomes him b [...]

  • Sophia

    To start off with, I just want to say that I had one comic left that I needed to read in this series and I didn't read it for about a week and I have no idea whyThis series shows us beginning of Dick Grayson's transition from Boy Wonder to Nightwing. It was interesting to read about this transformation and to see how the former and newest (for back then) Robin interacted for the first time! I enjoyed reading the monologue that was present for the whole series as it gave us a look into Dick's min [...]

  • Chelsea

    3.5 stars.This isn't perfect but it serves it's purpose. This tells the story of Dick transitioning from being Robin: the Boy Wonder to Nightwing. I'll admit, it was kind of hard watching Bruce yell at Dick. Even worse when he fires him and that somehow means he's also been evicted? Like, I'm not entirely sure how old Dick is here but the next thing we see, he's bunking in a motel because he's broke. I don't understand? Was this a self-inflicted punishment, because he didn't have a lot of time f [...]

  • Astrid

    read it during the summer never marked it as read

  • Dexter

    Good read. Batman was like, "Dick, you're FIRED!" Robin, was like,"Looks like you're the dick!" Ok he didn't say that, but he sure as hell was thinking it behind one of his thought clouds. They could have made his nightwing costume a little less Liberace and a little more "I'm gonna kick your ass."This added a little realism to the comic world bc some comic characters are madd busy. Dick Grayson at the time was full time in three comic books Batman, Robin, and Teen Titans. That's madd stress and [...]

  • Althea J.

    The reason I got into reading comics was because I wanted to know more about what happened between Bruce and Dick. How they went from the Dynamic Duo to having such distance and drama between them. Nightwing: Year One is an excellently executed and substantial piece of that story.I love Dick Grayson. I love his approach to life, I love his lighthearted and kind way of dealing with the world. He's such a great contrast for Bruce Wayne. I love Dick Grayson so it is absolutely no surprise that I wo [...]

  • Andrew

    Nightwing: Year One tells you everything you need to know about Dick Grayson and how he became Nightwing. It also reveals a lot about his original origins. I'm sure I have one of the comic books featured in this graphic novel, but it was definitely not that one. I loved the parts about his relationship with Barbara, and when he went to Superman for advice and that it was Superman that suggested the name Nightwing. I've always been more of a fan of Nightwing than Batman, and this helped convince [...]

  • Anne

    I wish I was impressed with this as everyone else seemed to be, but I just didn't think it was all that good. Maybe I was hoping for something a bit more gritty? *sigh*It was ok. Kinda.I just wasn't feeling it.

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  • Diego López Ocón

    This is more about how Robin make transition to the Nightwing costume and that's it. You may have heard about all the problems with Bruce and the reasons as to why Dick Grayson separated from him, none of that ever came up or even had an ending, there're a lot of plot holes. Batman makes the role of an asshole a man that can't let go of his anger and let it take desicions for him.On the bright side, we got to see some Jason and Dick bonding towards the end. Yay!?>

  • Chad Jordahl

    Dick Grayson's story was interesting enough, but the rest of it was not for me. I prefer Batman books that have more detective work. Aside from the Bat-family drama, this was just chases and battles with inhuman baddies like Clayface and a goofy looking Killer Croc. The cartoonish Adobe Illustrator art style didn't fit. Lame Batmobile design and a few other art blunders. Ugh.

  • K. B

    Oh, how I loved this one to the max!! Nightwing is my favorite now! I won't blame or hate Batsy to fire his partner, his son, his second half because he did the right thing. It's better for Grayson to go solo than be burdened by trying to multitask. And the new Robin, Jason Todd is a spunky kid, yes, but I think he'll get better. The art was amazing too, beautiful in fact. Cool colors and perfect lines. Batgirl and Nightwing. *wink wink* (・ω<)☆

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  • Hanifa Q

    found it through some random red hood's pinterest board. didn't know it has batgirl in it :3 i'm always a sucker for dick's and barbara's relationship.team robin 5eva!

  • Michelle (In Libris Veritas)

    As promised I made a point to read Nightwing and learn more about Dick Grayson and you know what? I like him more than Batman. The caped crusader was much cooler when I was a kid but once you get old enough to realize he’s kind of jerk…well not kind of, he is a jerk….he’s not a shiny and amazing anymore. He’s grouchy, egotistical, and at times it seems he’s mentally unstable…but he helped raise an awesome guy. (Helped…because Alfred did most of the actual child rearing).This goes [...]

  • Joy

    In which Dick Grayson discovers a follow up act to his gig as Gotham's Boy Wonder. This collection reads nicely as a trade pb. There's a strong arc in Dick Grayson's choice of his new path, and it ties in well with existing continuity and character relationships. Fortunately for me, this is light on Teen Titans stuff, which is just as well, because my childhood exposure to Batman mythos was through the animated series more than the comics, and my knowledge of that bit of the DC University is pre [...]

  • Maggie Gordon

    DC, remember when you could publish comics that were both emotional and fun? When you could make your characters undergo significant character development without physically or mentally torturing them? Those were good days. Good days that readers can relive in Nightwing: Year One! This graphic novel tells the story of when Dick Grayson gets fired from the Robin identity, and starts his own career as Nightwing. It's both a bittersweet and exciting read, and it never forgets that even when things [...]

  • Michael

    It was ok, nothing to write home about but decent. I liked that he went back to his roots to start over as well as talk with clark kent on deciding his future(it gives a bit of depth to superman, something he needs a lot these days) I also enjoyed the team up with Jason Todd(although he really irratated me, no wonder they killed him off). The best bit was batgirl, yes you heard that right. The moment she steps in she steals the spotlight. Without a doubt she's the best thing in this book. It als [...]

  • Roxanne

    It's the story of how Nightwing came to be, and it's not the most exciting plot ever. There's no dramatic villain storyline but it is adorably sweet, from Grayson calling Alfred his other parent to Grayson and Todd teaming up together to save Alfred. My new fave thing lately is whenever Bruce decides to disguise himself (Bring back Bruce disguises 2k16.) and this not only has Bruce dressing up as some goon but Alfred dressed up as Two Face and it was awesome! It's a really sweet read, if you nee [...]

  • Wayland Smith

    Nightwing, at least the pre-reboot version, is my favorite comic character. Considering I've been reading comics for decades from many different companies, that really says something. This is a slightly updated version of his origin and first year in action, with appearances by Batman (of course), Batgirl, Superman, Deadman, and more. Chuck Dixon has a great feel for some characters, and Nightwing is on that list. Hugely recommended for fans of Nightwing or costumed heroes in general.

  • El Neo

    Chuck Dixon and Scott McDaniel were master storytellers! The Jagger and Richards of comics! I can honestly say I've enjoyed each issue of their run! (I'm waiting for a Richard Dragon Omnibus!) As a horror nut, I appreciated the Deadman appearance! Chuck Dixon has been one of my favorite writers since I was a Kid! His characterization is great here, especially between Nightwing and Jason Todd Robin. I really love Scott McDaniel's linework! Great story all around!

  • Jimmy Briggs

    The relationship between Dick Greyson and Bruce Wayne or Batman and Robin has always been a unique one, to say the least. Batman can br as stubborn as an ox. Dick is done being the boy wonder and wants to be on his own, but all he ever knew was how to be the superhero Robin. Then on some good advice from Superman Dick creates Nightwing and becomes one of the coolest heroes ever. Not to mention Chuck Dixon can write a damn good Nightwing story.

  • Gavin

    Some jumpy and distracting continuity really detracted from the book for me - another birthday for Dick Grayson, much later dates given for his parents' deaths, Jason Todd as a seemingly natural brunette - but it was still an enjoyable read. I am almost tempted to give it another star just for including "some days you just can't get rid of a bomb," and interactions between Jason and Dick were mostly fantastic. Other supporting characters were also well done.

  • Ryan Stewart

    Very enjoyable read. Chuck Dixon just gets Dick Grayson and he spins a pretty good thread with this story from beginning to end. It's a coming-of-age tale that is equal parts Nightwing's emergence and the passing of the torch to Jason Todd. Also, the dialogue between Babs and Dick is spot-on. This is a lot of fun. There need to be more tales like this these days.

  • Seth

    This was a much better showing by Chuck Dixon than Robin Year One. The stories had good villains and decent Hero cameos. I even really enjoyed the time Grayson spent with SuperMan(and anyone who knows me, knows that I almost never have anything good to say about SuperMan). As a whole I was pretty happy with read.

  • Emily Damon

    This book was a joy to read. The art was interesting, colourful and unique. I especially liked the tone of this book. It had some funny moments, but it also had some great action and storytelling. It showed how Dick's relationship with Batman changed, turning him into a hero independent of Batman. Great book!

  • Christen

    Anyway, this was a nice (origin?) story about the emergence of Grayson as Nightwing. It always kind of kills me to read it though, since Grayso was my favorite Robin, though he's also great as Nightwing. It's sad to see the original duo break up.The artwork was a little cray for my eyes. Nightwing moves like an acrobat, but its hard for me to follow at times.

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