Grayson Annual #3
Writer: Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly
Artists: Roge Antonio, Natasha Alterici, Christian Duce, Flaviano Armentaro, Javier Fernandez, Mat Lopes, Chris Sotomayor and Jeromy Cox
Cover Artist: Mikel Janin
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to have acquaintances, closer to strangers actually, sist around and talk about you, it probably wouldn’t be nearly as awesome as this was. Dick Grayson, formerly outed as being Nightwing now living his life as Agent 37, is ready to put that secret back into the closet and going back to being his fun loving, sky rise jumping self. In order to that, he just had to tie up a few loose ends. Loose ends in the shape of: Harley Quinn, Jean-Paul Valley, John Constantine, Simon Baz, arguably 4 characters who have the least in common with one another. In fact the only thing they do probably have in common is the fact that at some point or another, they all interacted with Grayson and thus proceed to discuss their interactions. These four characters seem so random that it’s like Lanzing and Kelly drew their names out of a hat. Nevertheless, eavh of them made for some particularly humorous story telling. Grayson, in his long tenure as a comic book character, has become so well rounded, with such a great personality, that he easily fits into any situation.With the super spy portion of his career coming to an end, this issue does a great job of giving us four short action tales featuring Agent 37’s heroic prowess and excellence, regardless of what he’s wearing. 4.5/5
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