On a technical level, the film's animation is stellar. The pacing is swift, the action is thick, and the lines are incredibly funny. I read a headline the other day that LEGO Batman has the best plot of any Batman movie ever, and I'm inclined to agree.
Dick Grayson's about four issues deep as a spy under Spyral command, and everyone's getting acclimated. As Agent 37, he's been on a roller coaster of ups and down, and it's the beginning of the end of the honeymoon phase. In Grayson #4, one of his prime issues bubbles up ever closer up to the surface: Dick's longing for his former life... Continue Reading →
Tom King, former CIA counter-terrorism officer turned novelist, takes over scripting duties from plotting partner Tim Seeley for Grayson #3. The issues have been building upon several plot points, and Grayson #3 is a dense issue that's one of the best I've read all year. Dick Grayson's newest target in Spyral's ongoing mission to secure... Continue Reading →
Dick Grayson is acclimating himself quickly to his new role as an agent of Spyral. Not that you should be worried about his affiliations -- Grayson's actually a double agent working to take down the organization from within by tapping into their resources and securing the objects he's helping them capture. Last issue, Grayson proved himself... Continue Reading →
No longer Nightwing or even Robin, Dick Grayson is now Agent 37. The rest of the world might believe him dead after the episode with the Murder Machine, but he's definitely alive and well, working undercover for Spyral. In Grayson #1, Dick's on a mission to secure one Ninel Dubov, a lonely train passenger who... Continue Reading →