Grayson (comic)

Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1 review

I am not doing great. Last year, I had little going on in my life, and it was an endless source of frustration for someone...

Grayson Vol. 5: Spiral’s End review

Grayson was a tricky prospect.  Taking Dick Grayson, one of the oldest established characters in comics, long known as the beloved Nightwing, and turning...

Grayson Vol. 4: A Ghost in the Tomb review

Following possibly its best singular run of issues, Grayson returns for its penultimate collection.  Collecting Robin War #1-2 and Grayson #13-16, A Ghost in...

Grayson Vol. 3: Nemesis review

Agent 37 returns for his third act as an agent of Spyral in Grayson Vol. 3: Nemesis.  Collecting the "DC You" sneak preview, issues...

Grayson Annual #3 review

Agent 37 is back for one four last final adventures before he makes his long-awaited return as Nightwing.  Now, I know that Grayson didn't end the way...

Grayson Vol. 2: We All Die at Dawn review

Dick Grayson returns for the second half of his first "season" as an agent of Spyral.  In We All Die at Dawn, Dick's exploits with his...

Grayson #20 review

Here we are: the end of the line. The grand finale.* Some third "this is the end" cliché. The difficulty I'm having, as I have for the past...

Grayson #19 review

Look, I know how great Tom King and Tim Seeley are.  They took a high concept idea that probably shouldn't have worked and turned...

Grayson #18 review

Creative teams change all the time.  You can read a book for years and go through dozens of names on the credits page, especially...

Grayson #17 review

Think back to when it was first announced that Dick Grayson would become a spy following the events of Forever Evil.  What were your...

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