Title: Grayson Issue 2
Publisher: DC Comics
Rating: 3 out of 5
Last issue I found the title a little confusing. This issue less so. but so far, I don’t understand what is so important that Dick fake his death to Alfred and the world to let a spy organization know that he is not actually dead. Grayson, working with The New 52 version of Helena Bertinelli.
I did like this issue better, and the tender moments between Bruce and Dick remind you of their long legacy together. Tom King’s art is great. The story itself isn’t bad, it reads like an action movie. I just don’t understand where this is all going and what I’m supposed to care about. I want to applaud DC for trying something new with Dick Grayson, and I hope it all pans out, but I don’t know how long to ride this out.
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