Volume one of this series felt more like the last volume of Grayson than it did the first volume of Nightwing. And this story feels more like it should be the first volume of Nightwing. I don't know if what took place in the first volume was originally plotted out to be a story for the Grayson series or not, but it doesn't really matter. DC has decided to bring Nightwing back to Blüdhaven, but first the very first time. Remember, the New 52 wiped out that part of his life. Superman puts an idea in Dick Grayson's head that he should check out Blüdhaven. The Superman that did that knew that his Dick Grayson lived there once. So Superman is giving Nightwing a push to get him where he needs to be.
This is a fun story, though a little too much by the numbers. If you can't figure out the true identity of the villain right off, you haven't read comics. It's a little cliche (and by a little, I mean a lot) but it's still a good story. Dick moves to Blüdhaven, finds a volunteer job at a community center that happens to be rehabilitating a bunch of his former adversaries. Classic comic book misunderstandings take place, hero and villains team up and take out the true bad guys. But it's still a fun story. I hope these characters become part of the permanent supporting cast. This could prove to be really cool.
I especially like that the main story is bookended by two done in one stories. I wish comics would do this more often. It breaks things up nicely.
Nightwing Vol. 2: Back To Blüdhaven
Writer: Tim Seeley
Artist: Marcus To, Marcio Takara, Minkyu Jung