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  • Grayson #6 and #7 Review

    The two most recent installments of Grayson continue to be a book that I very much enjoy reading. There is an impressive amount of insight into Dick’s character in every issue. In Grayson #6: The Brains of the Operation, Dick and Helena face a zombie orca with legs that reminds me of GISHWHES mascots. Dick […]


  • Grayson Annual #1: Helena’s History Revealed

    Grayson Annual #1 is really the first issue of Grayson that I didn’t enjoy. It wasn’t that it was a bad story, it was that it was lacking in Dick Grayson. Which is odd for a book with his name on it. Like any of Dick Grayon’s books past and present, I read for Dick. This […]


  • Grayson #5 Review – We All Die at Dawn

    Issue 5 finds Dick, Helena and Midnighter with a woman about to give birth in a helicopter that is in the process of hurtling to the ground. Talk about excitement! Grayson has been trying to stop Paragon from using body parts from a villain for his own nefarious plans. The baby being born has the […]


  • Grayson – Life after Nightwing

    As a life-long Dick Grayson fan, I was very disappointed to hear that DC may finally kill him off. Let’s just say, when DC “killed” Batman, I quit comics for several years. DC redeemed themselves in my eyes with the introduction of the New 52, and restarting the Nightwing comic. I was ready to jump […]


  • Nightwing #69 Review: “The Very Unfriendly Owl”

    Last month’s issue of Nightwing gave me hope that we were finally starting to come to the end of the Ric Grayson storyline. Nightwing #69, “The Very Unfriendly Owl”, does not disappoint in that. Ric is now actively motivated to figure out which of his memories are real. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy […]




  • In 2019, Fans Want Jason Todd to Live!

    Back in 1988, fans of the Batman comic voted for Jason Todd, the second Robin, to die at the hands of the Joker. Both endings – whether Robin lived or died – were already written and illustrated. The comic would go with whatever the fans chose. They chose for him to die, by a small […]


  • BookCon 2019: Looking for Alaska Finally Has a Premiere Date

    John Green has been part of some memorable BookCon panels since the convention started in 2014. The Fault in Our Stars movie panel at the inaugural con nearly caused a riot, but it’s been several years since one of the best known names in Young Adult graced the BookCon stage. Now, with the Hulu adaptation […]