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Nightwing #68 Solicits Tease the Return of Dick Grayson

Nightwing had a tumultuous identity crisis recently. He adopted the alternate persona Ric Grayson after enduring a gunshot wound to the head. However, the former Boy Wonder may finally reclaim his past life as Dick Grayson this January following a harrowing confrontation.

DC Comics has released its advance solicitation information for titles going on sale this January, including Nightwing #68. Written by Dan Jurgens and illustrated by Ronan Cliquet, Nightwing's confrontation with his long-lost great-grandfather William Cobb reaches a bloody climax, forcing Grayson to reevaluate his life. The solicit information and covers by Travis Moore and Alan Quah are below.

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NIGHTWING #68

  • written by DAN JURGENSart by RONAN CLIQUETcover by TRAVIS MOOREvariant cover by ALAN QUAH
  • Being a superhero often means layers of identities. For Ric Grayson, he once had a life as a sidekick to Batman, a life he forgot when a terrible gunshot wound erased his memories. When his long lost grand-father, who is also a super-assassin called Talon, returned to his life and implanted false memories into his brain, that added another layer. Now, with Talon vanquished, Ric Grayson has to shake loose the truth. Is he the man he has created for himself, or is there still some of the old Nightwing lurking around inside his head? Even if he wanted to, could Ric be Nightwing again when four other people have put on the mask and picked up where he left off? Whichever it is, Talon made a mess of his current life, and now Ric has to start putting it all back together.
  • ON SALE 01.15.20
  • $3.99 US | 32 PAGES
  • FC|DC
  • This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.

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Barely surviving a traumatic gunshot to the head from KGBeast, Nightwing started a new life for himself in Bludhaven as Ric Grayson. Eschewing offers from the Bat-Family to rejoin them, Grayson found he couldn't resist his heroic impulses as he was drawn back into fighting crime throughout the city.

Nightwing #68 is written by Dan Jurgens and illustrated by Ronan Cliquet. It is scheduled to go on sale January 15 from DC Comics.

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