Grayson

Grayson

Volume 4, A Ghost in the Tomb

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Acclaimed co-writers Tom King (BATMAN) and Tim Seeley (NIGHTWING), along with superstar artist Mikel Jan#65533;n (JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK), deliver intense superspy action in the DC Universe with their fourth volume of the celebrated series that redefines Dick Grayson.

Dick Grayson--the former Robin turned Nightwing turned superspy Agent 37--is back to work at the covert global agency, Spyral. But one question continues to haunt him: Who is Agent Zero, and what does she want with him?

Reluctantly aided by his partner, Tiger, Grayson uncovers Agent Zero's origins within the secret lair of Spyral's deceased founder, Doctor Dedalus. In doing so, he and Tiger also become ensnared in a malevolent ouroboros , a self-consuming circle of violence that endlessly connects Spyral to the criminal organization known as Leviathan.

Grayson's path soon becomes clear: he must take down Spyral and its director, Helena Bertinelli. Unfortunately his former partner, like the hell-bent huntress she is, has deployed a syndicate of the world's best spies to neutralize the rogue Agent 37. If Grayson and Tiger are to survive, they'll need to align themselves with a group as formidable as Spyral--and quite possibly deadlier.

Collects GRAYSON #13-16 and ROBIN WAR #1-2.
Publisher: Burbank : DC Comics, 2016.
ISBN: 9781401267629
Branch Call Number: YA Seele
Characteristics: 1 unpaged volume : colour illustrations ; 26 cm.
Alternative Title: Ghost in the tomb

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May 02, 2017

With room along the way for parts of a crossover event, this collection has the former Robin and Nightwing turned spy continuing to deal with the machinations of his own organization. It can get a bit convoluted at times, but that's the genre, really.

mvkramer Nov 07, 2016

You know what's one of my biggest pet peeves? When you have to track down a totally different series to understand what's going on in the one you're reading. Despite some interesting elements, this series is becoming opaque to people who don't want to read "Robins" or "Batman." I'm going to give it up.

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