DC Comic’s The New 52 publishing initiative has come to an end. Grayson by Tom King and Tim Seeley was easily the best thing to come out of it. It follows the former Robin, Dick Grayson, after he was outed as Nightwing, killed (he got better) and recruited to become a spy for the organization Spyral. Comics! I’d describe Grayson as a crazy sci-fi, spy-thriller. King and Seeley took a lot of Grant Morrizon’s bizarre ideas from his tenure on Batman and ran with them. Dick is working as a double-agent for Batman in Spyral. Spyral has been keeping tabs on the superhero community and slowly figuring out everyone’s secret identities. Batman wants to know what Spyral knows and wants the once Boy Wonder to undermine their operations. This puts Dick–now known as Agent 37–in morally compromising situations. The book also has a sense of humor: I think of Dick Grayson as the Spider-man of the DC Universe–he’s a quipper. He knows everyone, and he’s fun. Even though The New 52 is done, Rebirth isn’t steamrolling everything that came before. Grayson is still relevant to the DC Universe going forward. Plus, it’s a great story with great art. I don’t know how newbie friendly it is. Batman Incorporated would be a good place to start if you want the background of Grant Morrison’s influence. Otherwise, you can start with The New 52 Nightwing then Forever Evil.