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Grayson travels deeper into the organized chaos that is SPYRAL! Can he keep track of all the lies? Or will he fall apart once he can no longer tell fact from fiction?



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Women can be just as perverted as men.Unlike the previous two issues, Grayson #4 is written by Tim Seeley, the same writer who penned the first two issues of the series. This is readily apparent after reading the first four pages of this comic as the tone of Grayson #4 The Raid is similar to one of his more well known indie-series Hack/Slash. In other words, while the last two issues revolved around a theme in which was shown through literary devices and imagery that had a combination of humor a...

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If the Future's End issue hadn't done it; this issue would be the one that completely sold me on Grayson. This issue was basically one giant confirmation that despite the darker nature of the story, a Dick Grayson series could still take time to just be fun. Really there's just so much to love about this issue even though the arc plot doesn't move forward much.There's some VERY interesting developments on the overarching story of the series, where we get a very inventive way for Dick to attempt...

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