This issue is tonally very different from the last two, which were both very dark and intense. I feared we might have Dick angsting over the death of Agent #8 from last month’s issue, but fortunately, Seeley and King do not take that route.Read More →
[This review originally appeared at Graysonology.]
This issue left me with a lot of feelings: not bad feelings, necessarily, but it certainly got me thinking. Much has been made out of the idea of Dick Grayson using guns (notably on the first issue covers by Mikel Janin & Andrew Robinson respectively). Having read Grayson #3, I’m pleased to see that the writers are on the same page as I am regarding this topic.