DKN Recommends Grayson Vol. 1: Agents of Spyral

by Eric Joseph
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GRAYSON VOL. 1: AGENTS OF SPYRAL by Tim Seeley, Tom King, Mikel Janin, Stephen Mooney, and Jeromy Cox

SYNOPSIS: A thrilling new chapter of Dick Grayson’s life begins in this title collecting the start of his new hit series. It’s a super-spy thriller that will shock you and prove one thing: You may think you know Nightwing – but you don’t know Dick! As he digs into the mysterious organization known as SPYRAL and learns more about his new partner, Helena Bertinelli, how can Dick keep track of all the lies? Or will he fall apart once he can no longer tell fact from fiction? Plus: Dick Grayson goes toe-to-toe with the Midnighter! Collects GRAYSON #1-4, a story from SECRET ORIGINS #7 and GRAYSON: FUTURES END #1. 

Following the game changing events of Forever Evil, Dick Grayson decided to honor Batman’s wishes and stay “dead.” After all, his cover as Nightwing had publicly been blown and many superheroes and villains believed him to still be dead anyway. Just what is a former Boy Wonder to do?

The answers can be found in Grayson Vol. 1: Agents of Spyral. This new hardcover (available now) collects the first arc of the transcendent title Grayson and sees the titular character embark on a new life as a superspy. Those who were fans of Nightwing – as well as James Bond – should certainly take notice and give this book a shot. Also expect to see a radically new interpretation of Helena Bertinelli.

In addition to the first arc, readers will be treated to a Futures End tie-in that shows what possible adventures Dick will engage in five years into the future. Not only that, an excerpt from an issue of Secret Origins that details the character’s New 52 beginnings. Seeley, King, and the rest of the gang have left readers quite a bit to sink their teeth into.

Enjoy these preview pages from the opening chapter.







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