Grayson, Volume 3: Nemesis

  • Title: Grayson, Volume 3: Nemesis
  • Author: Tim Seeley Tom King Mikel Janín Hugo Petrus Juan Castro Steven Mooney Jeromy Cox Carlos M. Magual
  • ISBN: 9781401262761
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Paperback
  • Grayson Volume Nemesis In this collection Grayson faces some of his most difficult challenges Not only must he take on Lex Luthor and risks losing his position with Spyral but Dick finds that in order to save Agent he
    In this collection, Grayson faces some of his most difficult challenges Not only must he take on Lex Luthor, and risks losing his position with Spyral, but Dick finds that in order to save Agent 1 he must face off with himself And who is the mysterious shadow leader behind Spyral, and what does he want with Dick The super spy finds himself in a clandestine hunt for tIn this collection, Grayson faces some of his most difficult challenges Not only must he take on Lex Luthor, and risks losing his position with Spyral, but Dick finds that in order to save Agent 1 he must face off with himself And who is the mysterious shadow leader behind Spyral, and what does he want with Dick The super spy finds himself in a clandestine hunt for the true identity of Agent Zero Collecting Grayson 9 12, Annual 2, Sneak Peek

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    About Tim Seeley Tom King Mikel Janín Hugo Petrus Juan Castro Steven Mooney Jeromy Cox Carlos M. Magual


    1. Tim Seeley is a comic book artist and writer known for his work on books such as G.I Joe A Real American Hero, The Dark Elf Trilogy, Batman Eternal and Grayson He is also the co creator of the Image Comics titles Hack Slash 1 and Revival, as well as the Dark Horse titles, ExSanguine and Sundowners He lives in Chicago.


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    1. Much better than the last volume!This was a bit of (I thought) a return to the fun feel of Vol 1: Agents of Spyral, which is what sucked me into this title to start with. Vol 2: We All Die At Dawn wasn't nearly as good, with its disjointed and confusing storyline, and lack of the tongue in cheek slickness that volume one had in spades. To say I was kind of iffy about picking this one up would be an understatement.But Chris swore up and down that this volume was great, so I took a leap of faith.H [...]

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    2. Actually, that was really good. I'm very surprised. Glad I didn't give up on this series.

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    3. 3.5 stars. So, it's hard to pinpoint exactly what didn't work about this volume for me. There were several humorous moments to enjoy. Especially the comments about Dick's most famous feature:I loved the target referring to him as a "common thief with the most beautiful butt I've ever seen." I feel your pain, lady. I really do. The art by Mikel Janin continues to be gorgeous! I love the way he draws Dick's physicality. He's so graceful and skilled and I tend to have a hard time if books don't dra [...]

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    4. Nemesis is the best volume of Grayson and a must-read for fans of the series. With all of the groundwork laid out in the first two volumes, writers Tom King and Tim Seeley are free to raise the stakes in a fantastic new arc that somehow gets better with each issue.Dead spy agents have been found in the wake of Agent 37's missions, leaving everyone involved unsure of who to trust. The former Nightwing has to decide between following the orders of Spyral's new boss, Helena Bertinelli, or uncoverin [...]

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    5. I don't know if I'm going to read past this. I love moments of Grayson. In this volume the moments with Grayson visiting a Bruce (who doesn't remember him due to End Game events) or Jason, Tim, or Barbra were all very well done. My favorite one was with Damien, which was such a wonderful reunion. On the flipside, the second half, all the Spyral shit or whatever is so boring, convoluted, and messy. I don't care about any of it. It feels like a shitty Bond or Mission Impossible script. And it make [...]

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    6. I'm still reading some of the older New 52 stuff. In most of the series that I'm reading, I've only made it up to volume 4. This series came out about the time most of the series I'm reading had already released 6 or 7 volumes. I wouldn't have even started this series yet if I had not won volume 2 of Grayson from . I'm really glad that I did though because this series is amazing.I really like the character Dick Grayson. Tom King and Tim Seeley handle Dick very well. (Haha!) King and Seeley plot [...]

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    7. I received a copy of this book for free through Giveaways. I hadn't read the first two volumes of the series so I nabbed them from the library in order to be up to speed, so you're getting a three-fer in this review! Comics and graphic novels have reached something of a renaissance in recent years, with amazing work being put out through independent publishers. Sadly, Marvel and DC have generally failed to keep pace with the fantastic storytelling arising from the creator-owned sphere, with bot [...]

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    8. The production values on this are great - the art is slick, flashy and fun to look at. But why do I feel like the story is using sleight of hand and misdirection to distract from a lack of heart? Also, it's always irritating when you have to go digging in other series to find out what's going on - Batman has amnesia? Lex Luthor is in charge of the Justice League? Superman can't fly anymore? What?I'll continue to peek in on this title from time to time - but it's not one of my top picks.

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    9. Won this in a giveaway. Great series in which Dick Grayson (the 1st Robin) is a super-spy who has run-ins with an amnesiac Bruce Wayne, the Bat Family, and a mostly depowered Superman.

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    10. They're really embracing the whole Dick Grayson as James Bond in this book. The opening scene could have appeared before an elaborately staged James Bond credit sequence and it's great. It fits in with Dick's tendency to drop quips every time he's in a fight. I've always loved the references to Dick's relationship with Batman, like the exchange with the boy at the start. "I think about Batman when I'm scared, you know?" "Yeah, I know"It's something I felt was missing in the New 52 reboot, that b [...]

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    11. Another great volume of adventures with Dick Grayson, aka Agent 37.Grayson is being framed as a murderer and it's up to him and a reluctant Agent 1 to solve the mystery. We also get a chapter where Dick goes back to Gotham and meets up with his family. There are some great scenes with each character reacting to the knowledge that Dick isn't dead. The best part, though, is definitely the Annual chapter. It's a team-up between Grayson and a depowered Superman that has tons of action and the fun qu [...]

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    12. In most trades, you can read them without having in depth knowledge of the rest of the story. For this specific arc, I wouldn't recommend it. A lot of what happens here follows events that took place either in the previous issues or even in much earlier times. King, Seeley, and Janin are freaking fantastic and Dick Grayson is fabulous as he really comes into his own as a spy. Dick has been tasked with trying to infiltrate and take down Spyral from the inside, which is not resolved until the next [...]

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    13. This is by far the best volume of Grayson yet. The stories were interesting, they finally linked him back up with the Batfamily and those were some good moments. I liked that this was a more serious collection of comics, with some humor mixed in as well. I think the creative team finally hit their "groove" so to speak. I received an advanced copy of this from NetGalley and the publisher.

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    14. 5 starsNice to see Dick again. It was good that the members of the Bat family found out that Dick is alive. The Fist of Cain was very interesting. Little weird too. Agent 0, Luka Netz. Thought Doctor Netz was a woman. Hehe. Hope Helena will do a good job as the Director of Spyral.Can't wait to read more Bat family comics!!!!

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    15. This was much better than the previous books and shows that this series has some potential. I will admit I felt kinda lost on the other characters of Batman, and Superman as I have only briefly read the stories of them at this point of time this takes place. I think I will read volume 4 and see how that one works out.

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    16. I really enjoy the panels, the drawers are incredibly talents in regards of details. The story was interesting, maintaining the mystery on it compelling the reader to go on. Disclaimer: I got a copy from netgalley for my honest opinion on the title

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    17. The plot thickens. Great story, cast and artwork!

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    18. I loved the first part of the story. Then they went to the Spyral thing; I still don't understand much about it, hope that the next issue explains more.

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    19. Another great Grayson volume, as Agent 37 has to fight a doppelganger who is ruining his good name. I recommend Chris's review!

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    20. 4.5 stars.Objectively better than vol. 2, vol 3. is more spy, more intrigue, and more Dick.The volume opens with a James Bond type storyline of suspicion and murder. Back on track with what everyone is loving about Grayson (spies!).The second half of Nemesis is the great (and short) return of Master Richard, sorta. I had no idea what was going on in the rest of the DCU at this time, and wow was I shocked. (view spoiler)[Bruce Wayne has amnesia, Alfred lost a hand (?) and Superman not only has be [...]

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    21. MUCH better than volume 2. More slick spy shenanigans with the bonus of a Dick/Damian reunion and a Dick/Clark team-up. Hopefully this run keeps it up as I pass the halfway mark

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    22. Grayson, Vol 3: Nemesis continues the undercover mission of Dick Grayson as he puts his superhero person behind him and moves into the realm of super spy for Spyral. The Nemesis storyline has Dick in a crisis. He is tired of the duality of working with Spyral and the amnesia of Bruce Wayne after Endgame, has left Grayson exiled and on his own.Grayson takes on not only Lex Luthor, but must also save Agent 1. But to do so he ends up facing off against his most deadly foe. He ends up battling an im [...]

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    23. I was kind of sad to read that as part of DC's Rebirth event (seriously, how many times can a company reset their continuity without it coming off as an absolute joke?) that Dick Grayson would become Nightwing again. This is because I've found Dick being himself in Grayson to be a completely refreshing take on the character. Dick as a secret agent of Spyral, (which is under new management, his former partner, Helena Bertenelli, who in early incarnations was the Huntress) and in fact a secret DOU [...]

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    24. I not only read the previous two volumes in this series, but also all five volumes in the New 52 Nightwing series to better understand what I was reading. I am a Batgirl/Oracle fan and have read numerous times about Dick Grayson and when the opportunity arose to read and review this volume I took it. I have to admit I did not know what to expect and I wasn't sure if I would like any of it. However, I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Dick Grayson as a whole. I did enjoy reading this series more, [...]

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    25. King and Seeley do a good job giving their female characters depth and autonomy. This is probably my favorite rendition of Helena Bertinelli yet; her seeing greys in morality and her emotional and intellectual depth + development as a character is so welcome in my book because that kind of depth is usually reserved for men. Dick Grayson is still a heart throb; but we get a little more inner conflict surrounding his "identities" which is refreshing to see him struggle with; the plot is still eh a [...]

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    26. There is an issue in this trade that makes me really sad.It is such a well written issue of a comic, that is puts most of the comics I have read this year (hundreds of issues) to shame.I am talking about the issue when Dick Grayson reveals to the indvidual members of the Batfamily that he is still alive. There is a scene for Red Hood and red robin, a scene for Batgirl and a scene for Damien. Each individual scene (no hyperbole used here) PERFECTLY captures the relationship that Dick Grayson has [...]

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    27. Mikel Janin's art is spectacular. The story meanders some. The stories seem to be written for someone with a short attention span. These are mostly self contained. With Dick dealing with the fallout of Batman's amnesia and teaming up with Superman. Big things happen like Spyral's hypnos getting hacked and by the next issue everything's hunky-dory and the spies are sticking those things back in their eyes without pause. What I don't like about the series is how Grayson is a spy who knows nothing [...]

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    28. I enjoyed this one more than the previous volumes, probably because it was less on the spy side and more a Robin's adventure, with some jokes and circus acrobatics. The authors also seemed to have fun with the character, enhancing his sexy side on purpose. The several team works were well done and the story was challenging with some tricky moments, action and dangers. I loved the journey to Gotham (it seems I've a lot of catch-up to do with Batman), the special guests and the Annual with Clark w [...]

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    29. I'm not sure I have totally embraced Dick as a spy, but I did find myself enjoying this from time to time. I did like seeing Grayson struggle with his 'identities.' He must deal with how his decisions have affected the rest of the Bat-family. While I haven't been following how Superman became de-powered in the New 52, I did enjoy his and Grayson's interactions. It was fun seeing them fight together, but I really liked seeing them have a personal interaction as old friends.

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    30. Dick Grayson discovers how hard it is to come home and out of the cold of spydom. In the course of the book, Grayson fights himself, visits the "new" Bruce Wayne, enlists his fellow Bat-family in intrigue and encounters the "new" Superman. Plenty of adventure, action and just a bit of onion peeling on the layers of Spyral. Plenty of fun for readers.

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