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Posted: Jun 15 2012, 01:45 PM
Group: Bludhaven Government Officials
Member No.: 17
Joined: 9-March 05
I have to say, for all the world building (and changing) in Batman, and the crud served up in Detective Comics and The Dark Knight, Batman and Robin is quietly putting out great stories about the bat family. This book focuses a lot more on the relationships (and dysfunctional ones included) of the boys in the bat universe.
This issue reveals a small cabal of enemies maimed by Batman, now out for revenge. They are a strange and eclectic group and look very menacing!
The issue then moves over to the Waynes and Grayson, and after some out of costume interaction, Robin conveys a meeting of all the past sidekicks to tell them he's going to beat them all in combat.
The final scene is Damian taking on Tim, and possibly earning Tim's respect. I can't wait for the next two issues to see Damian take on Dick and Jason!