Nothing really happens in Nightwing #141 in terms of action, but if you're looking for characters who act in character and with intelligence this is your baby.
First off we get an appearance with Superman. Why? Because while visiting the graves of heroes in Metropolis he noticed one had been robbed so he decided to talk with Nightwing who was dealing with a similar case. My head is reeling already. Superman would visit superhero graves and professionals would have open lines of communication where they would talk.
And there's more. Nightwing's got a new headquarters and the JSA comes by to help him build it. Why? Because he's in NY and so is the JSA. More logic and professional behavior. Also, he contacts Bruce to buy a few buildings so he can have a logical egress to and from his HQ. No sniping and fighting between him and Bruce whatsoever. This is essentially a "father" pleased with good work by his "son."
But the cherry on top is an appearance by Wally West. Dick Grayson is supposed to be his best friend and Peter Tomasi has realized that and we get a nice little "get reacquainted" scene between the two with a joke about Dick's new career as a curator. It still makes no sense, and Tomasi somewhat acknowledges this while is doing his damnedest to make us believe it fits Dick's character. Oh, and his Phys Ed job? Tomasi hasn't forgotten it either.
Only the shoehorned love interest doesn't work for me, but the only real consistency to Dick Grayson's love life is his serial monogamy.
I have to say I'm pretty impressed with what Tomasi has done here and this is the first time I've been impressed with Nightwing since Chuck Dixon left. I cannot believe a book of such solid characterization is allowed to exist under Dan DiDio. Then again, he doesn't understand Dick Grayson so he probably doesn't read it. Let's hope that continues.