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 was controversial, to say the least.  Now, shedding…

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. Mangual Now this… this…

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 praised the creative…

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 very first issue,…

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 so far in this series has been packed…

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 pair up to paint some of the most open…

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 “love” interest, and there is the reminder that…

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 in this series and really just set it…

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 had to read it again as soon as…

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, so I went into this issue with some…