Nightwing’s loyalty to Batman has left a body count in Blüdhaven, evident in a startling revelation from Detective Comics #1039.
Warning: spoilers for Detective Comics #1039 are ahead.
Nightwing has established himself as a DC Comics heroic independence to his old mentor, Batman, and nowhere is this more evident than in his move to Blüdhaven from Gotham City. Just a few miles away from Gotham, Blüdhaven was formerly a whaling city with similar problems of crime and violence, with an even more troubled class. While Gotham’s villains are supposed to be consumed by a sort of “madness”, the villains in Blüdhaven are ruthless for evil purposes, as Nightwing points out in Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Adriano Lucas and Wes Abbott’s Nightwing #78. And while Gotham City’s villain problem requires the existence of Batman and other heroes to help protect the city, Blüdhaven is mostly protected by Nightwing. As one can imagine, leaving the safety of a city in the hands of just one man comes with its own risks, which is a fallback story in Comic detective story #1039 has finally been revealed.
The Life & Times of Hue Vile đại from writer and artist T. Rex, colorist Simon Gough and letter writer Dave Wielgosz delve into the personal history of Gotham City’s Newest Villain. After being infected with a violent parasite as a child, Hue Vile moves to Gotham City to make the best of the city’s existing problems. As Hue Vile moved closer to his plan to make Gotham his foraging, he took advantage of the fact that Blüdhaven was frequently watched over by Nightwing whenever Dick Grayson was called back to Gotham City by Batman. With Nightwing leaving Blüdhaven, Vile was able to feed herself more easily while hiding from the authorities.
The secret history Hue Vile has with Blüdhaven involves some longstanding tension between Nightwing and Batman regarding Dick Grayson’s move away from Gotham. When Nightwing is one of Batman’s closest allies for a few decades now, Blüdhaven has been paying a fortune whenever their main guardian is called away by Batman. Although Blüdhaven is a much smaller city than Gotham, the scope of its problems cannot be overlooked, and the suffering of its people is equally important.
For now, in Nightwing’s solo series, he’s dedicated himself to being Blüdhaven’s “safety net”, and while this is an achievable goal for him, it’s a goal. that he needs to be able to pursue without being taken out of his city again Batman. Become a billionaire overnight sau After receiving an inheritance from Alfred Pennyworth, Dick Grayson now has the unprecedented opportunity to do for Blüdhaven what he always thought Bruce Wayne was supposed to do with Gotham City. But if Batman continues to call Nightwing back to aid in Gotham City, he will never be able to fully protect the innocents of Blüdhaven, because there are so many bodies left behind in his absence. his.
Gotham City is famous in DC Comics for its reputation as a place compromised by some of the world’s worst criminals, but like Dick Grayson’s activities in Blüdhaven demonstrateGotham isn’t the only place that needs people to protect its innocent citizens and address systemic inequalities. While the situation in Gotham is dire, right now Nightwing run showed a lot of problems with Blüdhaven flying under the radar, because the city didn’t get the same attention as Gotham. This makes Batman’s call to Nightwing from Blüdhaven all the more serious, because not only is he the main defender of the city, he also lives in a city where problems will never be. solved if he wasn’t there in the first place. From this, it is clear to Nightwing To become the hero Blüdhaven needs, he must leave behind a consistent loyalty to Batman.
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