Nightwing #70

#1

Nightwing #70 out next week is really heating up sold out at midtown and going for $30 on ebay. Looking forward to the spoilers from the team to find out why.

#2

No idea why this is heating up. I see zero spec. Am I missing something ?

#3

I think most are anticipating a Punchline appearance.

#4

But it’s like a 3rd or 4th appearance. …

#5

Market and demand works in mysterious ways…

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#6

yes…it…does

#7

Read the solicitation of Nightwing 73. I think PL is going to make NW her beyatch.

But it’s likely punchline madness coupled with
a low print run.

I’ve added Nightwing to my pull list, but more for the Joker War read as this could get interesting…also check out Batgirl 47 solicitation.

#8

Im checking solicitations now. This Joker war storyline will be in batman, detective comics, batgirl and nightwing. Could be a good read

#10

Where can I get his pre-order? Midtown is out.

#11

MCS will have it on Tuesday

#12

I guess I need to buy my shops to pull a copy if they can…

#13

You’ve been warned.

I just like the A cover!

#14

Anyone have a full list of “Road to Joker War” titles, or whatever it is? DC really, REALLY dropped the ball by not making these very clearly labeled ahead of time.

#15

Hi this is the list i can only find

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#16

I find it a bit ridiculous that ‘The Joker War’ runs from Batman 95-100. 6 issue story arc. Cool. Here’s the issue; why on Earth is there 18 books that ‘tie in’? Does a 6 issue story arc really need 18 tie ins? That, to me, is ridiculously unbalanced. Stupid.

#17

I agree. I won’t be buying all of them unless their solicitations sound worth picking up. So far a Nightwing and Batgirl have me intrigued.

I’ve added NW to my pull, and will be at least grabbing Batgirl 47. And of course Batman. Other books I have no interest at this time.

#18

For me, it ruins the readers interest that I have for the story. I was looking forward to this arc but now all I’m thinking about is how much of the story am I going to miss if I don’t pick up all these tie ins. The tie ins will account for 75% of the story. Jesus Murphy. If all you read is the main story arc, you are only getting 25% of the story. SMH.

#19

You can usually go without buying or reading the tie-in books. It’s just filler stories, a way to market and boost sales…

#20

I understand that. I’m a fairly avid comic book reader. When I say what I say, I am thinking of the Metal tie ins, that I felt helped explain some of the mechanisms used in the main book, and this reminds of that type of story. I understand it is what it is, I just think the disparity between the 6 books in the main arc…and 18 tie ins is ridiculously unbalanced.

#21

I’ve read Marvel tie-in’s that really didn’t explain or add anything to the “event” book… their honestly for the completists out there I think.

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