Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Booknote: Grayson, Volume 2

Tim Seeley, Grayson, Volume 2: We All Die at Dawn. Burbank, CA: DC Comics, 2016. 

Genre: graphic novels and comics
Subgenre: superheroes, espionage
Format: e-book galley
Source: NetGalley

Dick Grayson continues his run as secret agent and spy infiltrating Spyral. This volume had a lot of action on it and a good amount of intrigue. We also see some betrayal in Spyral from within. There is a lot going on in this volume, and it can get a bit convoluted at times. The volume includes the continuation of the organ harvest story from the previous volume. It also starts a new story arc after the Irish bomber story in the middle of the volume.

If you liked the first volume, which I did, you will like this one as well. Dick Grayson continues to grow into the spy and hero role. The volume is a good choice for libraries, especially if they already collect Batman titles. If they have collected Nightwing titles, then this is a follow-up fans will likely want.

4 out of 5 stars.

This book qualifies for the following 2016 Reading Challenges:

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