Grayson (comic)

Grayson, Vol. 1: Agents of Spyral review

With his fate and future uncertain at the outset of Forever Evil, the decision to make Dick an agent of the clandestine organization Spyral...

Grayson #8 review

Grayson #8: "Cross my Heart and Hope to Die” Written by Tom King and Tim Seeley Illustrated by Michael Janín Colored by Jeromy Cox Letters by Carlos M....

Grayson #7 review

Grayson #7: "Sin by Silence" Written by Tim Seeley and Tom King Illustrated by Stephen Mooney Colored by Jeromy Cox Lettered by Carlos M. Mangual Remember how last month I...

Grayson #6 review

Grayson #6: "The Brains of the Operation" Written by Tom King and Tim Seeley Illustrated by Michael Janín Colored by Jeremy Cox Letters by Carlos M. Mangual From the...

Grayson Annual #1 review

After reading this large annual, I'm convinced Seeley and King could co-plot/write any character they want and I'd enjoy it. Every issue they've told...

Grayson #5 review

This is the quietest issue of Grayson yet. Seeley and King combine to coax heart, subtlety, and curiosity out of a simple tale, while Janin and Cox...

Grayson #4 review

This issue of Grayson takes us down a slightly different path than we've seen before. There is a mission involving a body part, there is a...

Grayson #3 review

Last month's Grayson: Futures End #1 was fantastic. If you haven't picked that up, go and do so. I thought it would have thrown a wrench...

Grayson: Futures End #1 review

The September-long Futures End one-shots are rolling in. For me, it begins with Grayson and I couldn't be happier. I enjoyed this comic so much that I immediately...

Grayson #2 review

Grayson #2 comes at you like a whirlwind —things are spyraling out of control. Issue #1 started fairly strong and I liked what I read,...

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