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FLASH FACT: And now, the final show! If the Graysons don't survive, there may be one person who can help their cause…

After the Amazons brutally attacked the Polish town where Deadman and the Grayson family were performing, little more than ashes of their pasts remained. While gasping his final breaths, John Grayson begged Boston Brand to protect his son, no matter the cost. As Dick watches his father die, he transforms from a performer to a soldier as he vows to make sure the Amazons never get their murderous hands on the weapon they came looking for: the Helmet of Nabu. To what lengths will Dick go to stop the Amazons’ mission and what sacrifices will Boston have to make to keep him safe?

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Loses the uniqueness & charm of the earlier issues. 0

"Deadman and the Flying Graysons" was a Flashpoint tie-in series that I never expected to see all the way through. But the first two issues offered enough surprises and cool character moments to keep me onboard. Issue #3 finishes the story of Deadman and Dick Grayson who are on the run from a band of Amazons who intend to take The Helm of Nabu and use it as a super-weapon against the Atlanteans. Dick takes the road of a soldier, insisting on keeping the Helm safe. Deadman want's to dump the Hel...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

A Death-Defying Act 0

Story/Writing  The exciting conclusion to Deadman and The Flying Graysons. This issue simply gave me chills throughout. It's very inspiring watching Deadman's transformation from selfish blow-hard to hero. The ending line, especially, touched my heart. The most poignant scene, however, was between Dick and his father in which he teaches him the lesson that "you have to learn to miss the jump before you learn to make the jump." Lines like those only boost my esteem for J. T. Krul as a human being...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Secret Six Ragdoll Could Have Bent That Way 0

Concluding one of the more interesting Flashpoint tie-ins, Deadman and the Flying Graysons final issue is also its weakest. It stumbles to the finish but still does manage to at least nail the landing at the end, even if that final note is a strange one given that Flashpoint and this timeline is about to come to an end.  J.T. Krul really made the most of an interesting concept with a traveling circus troupe in what remains of Europe comprised of not only Deadman and the Graysons but several othe...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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