The Sensational Character Find of 1940 is now a two-fisted super-spy in the employ of Spyral. Teamed up with Helena Bertinelli, Agent Grayson must infiltrate rival agency Checkmate to stop the superhuman arms race. Your Major Spoilers review of Grayson #4 awaits! The Sensational Character Find of 1940 is now a two-fisted super-spy in the employ of Spyral. Teamed up with Helena Bertinelli, Agent Grayson must infiltrate rival agency Checkmate to stop the superhuman arms race. Your Major Spoilers review of Grayson #4 awaits! GRAYSON #4 Writer:Tim Seeley Artist: Mikel Janin Colorist: Jeromy Cox Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual Editor: Mark Doyle Publisher:
There is so much news coming out of the San Diego Comic Con, and we’re trying to keep up as fast as we can. Here’s a summary of three DC Comics panels that talk up The Justice League, Multiversity, Superman, Wonder Woman, Red Lanterns, and just about every other DC Comic you can think of!
Dick Grayson has been called Robin, Nightwing, and now just Grayson. In honor of issue one of Grayson being released by DC Comics, we’re taking a look into the history of the first boy wonder. How did he first meet Batman, and why did he finally quit the Batcave. It’s time to learn all those Bat facts and more! So sit back and enjoy as Ashley and Jason begin their geek history lesson. You might learn something. Enter your Mind University!
Well, we all saw that comin’ For anyone who can pick up and read Previews, I donâ€™t think it came as any surprise that this issue featured the death of a character a lot of readers, including the title character himself, had fallen in love with.Â Unlike other comic book deaths, this one was turned out to be extremely brutal, and the method in how it happened makes this a huge milestone for the series.
Whatâ€™s missing from some of the super hero comics out there? A huge smack down drag out fight that spans an entire issue? No, as there have been a few titles recently that feature this kind of action (Power Girl). A villain that is much stronger than the hero? Again, itâ€™s been done in other titles. The notion that the hero may finally be out-powered with his life on the line? Itâ€™s a comic book, and when the title character is fighting it out for his life, there is little chance heâ€™s going to die, but in the case of