Grayson #16

    Grayson » Grayson #16 - Code Word: Swordfish released by DC Comics on March 2016.

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    Code Word: Swordfish last edited by fesak on 10/13/19 10:02AM View full history

    Armed with new information concerning Spyral’s connections, Dick must seek Tiger’s help to take Spyral down from within. But when Dick’s, his days as a double-agent may soon end in death!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverMikel Janin1
    VarAdult Coloring Book Variant CoverAaron Lopresti2

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    The ballad of the Wonder Spy 0

    This was one of my favorite issues of Grayson. The story was simply fun from beginning to endNow that Agent 1 has partnered with Agent 37 its time to commemorate their new rebellious alliance against Spyral with a Theme Song. This song entertains us as we see Dick and Tiger destroy their former fellow agents across the globe which causes great troubles to Helena who is forced to "ask for help" to those shadowy people we saw previously...enter the Syndicate...lets just hope they put up a better ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    I Would Have Pushed the Red Button WAY Before Now... 0

    This book has been a pretty consistent beacon of hope for me through the shakeups over ar DC comics, from the dismantling of the New 52, the rise (and almost immediate fall) of the DCYou. Grayson has been a fun, unique book that really took me by surprise. I actually read the first issue of this series when it came out, picking up the gorgeous Jock variant cover for the issue, but feeling completely and utterly lost in the first moments of the story. I fell behind in DC events, and never even go...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Definitely Time for a Song 0

    The cover to Grayson #16 promises high-energy spy action in the vein of the Pierce Brosnan or Bond movies. Of course those movies didn't always work in terms of being, say...actually good, but with the quality of writing this series has shown until now I couldn't help but get excited by what the cover promised. Ridiculous spy antics are what set the character of Agent 37: Dick Grayson apart from just being a maskless Nightwing.So yes, the cover made promises, but did the interior actually del...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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