Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
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Steve Orlando discusses his brutally inventive anti-hero's rematch with Dick Grayson while trying to decipher Midnighter's place in the DCU.
One of Grayson's fellow agents is appointed the new head of Spyral in this preview of Tom King & Mikel Janin's "Grayson" #9 from DC Comics.
With the debut of "Grayson," Batman's first Robin enters the latest era of his storied existence - but which chapter of Dick Grayson's life is your favorite?
With Robin and Dick Grayson each getting new series, ROBOT 6 looks back on the history of Batman’s original sidekick, and considers who might next wear the mantle.
Writer Scott Snyder spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about the villains and twists as well as the role of Gotham at the center of his first "Batman" story arc with artist Greg Capullo.
Dick Grayson is back in his old identity and back on the beat in Gotham, but the former Batman has new challenges ahead as writer Kyle Higgins tells CBR what makes "Nightwing" tick.
CBR Reviewer Kelly Thompson gives Snyder & Jock's "Detective Comics" #876 4.5 stars and says the series "has shot to the top of my must have list again." Read on to see why this series is receiving rave reviews.
THE BAT SIGNAL returns for a conversation with writer/artist Tony Daniel about the creation of Catgirl, the return of Two-Face and the artistic process behind "Batman."
"Batman and Robin" writer Peter Tomasi, Grant Morrison's handpicked successor, swung by THE BAT SIGNAL to discuss his plans for the title, adding new bad guys to the Bat-mythos, bringing back classic rogues and more.
CBR reviewer Doug Zawisza gave "Detective Comics" #873 a 4.5 star review, saying that the current creative team of Scott Snyder and Jock "are doing a great job [of] making this title a must-read."
With a pair of Dark Knights suiting up for the all-new "Batman Inc." era, CBR's THE BAT SIGNAL shines on the two writer-artists charting solo adventures for Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson, Tony Daniel and David Finch.
In part two of our epic interview, Grant Morrison opens up about the BatFranchise changes under his stewardship and where it goes next from "Batman, Inc." to his future with Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne and more.
Bruce Wayne is missing and presumed dead, but is there another Batman waiting in the wings? One choice is Dick Grayson, Nightwing. We bring you a two-part look at the life of Grayson, potential successor to the Bat.
The producers of "Smallville" want to bring "D,J." Grayson to your television with "The Graysons," an "original take" on the character and his life before meeting Batman and becoming the boy wonder called Robin.