Batman & Robin

Batman & Robin

Batman Reborn

Book - 2011 | Deluxe ed
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With Bruce Wayne gone after the Final Crisis, Dick Grayson takes up the cape and cowl of his former partner while Damian Wayne becomes Robin. This new Dynamic Duo hit the streets with a bang in their flying Batmobile as they face off against an assemblage of villains called the Circus of Strange. They also tackle their first mission investigating a child who's been abducted by the mysterious Domino Killer. But can they work together well enough to succeed?
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, ©2011
Edition: Deluxe ed
ISBN: 9781401229870
Branch Call Number: BATMAN
Characteristics: 1v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 29 cm


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Dec 14, 2015

The art was good,but the story just doesn't do it to carry this book!

Feb 25, 2015

This was a fantastic story run to read! Grant Morrison did a tremendous job with handling the story and the artwork by Frank Quitely is amazing! I would've greatly enjoyed reading more adventures of these two, as the run was outstanding! I know it was a very difficult and risky task to create a "new" Batman and Robin but Morrison was able to pull it off very well!

I loved the pairing of Dick Grayson (who is my favorite DC character) with Damian Wayne (Batman's biological son). Many people say they disliked this story run but I really don't see why.
This run was honestly one of my favorites! (Well written, Great plot, Interesting character selections, etc.)

As I recall, the story continued after the death of Batman (perhaps an event long in the making but still regrettable). Damien is the son of Bruce and Talia - his only blood heir.
Dick is taking Batman's place while Damien is Robin.

I never cared for the storyline of Damien - Tim Drake being a more likable and sympathetic Robin.

DC does make good comics, as does Marvel, but arguably they fail to remember how to do so and assume far too much loyalty on the part of their readers.

This story was okay, with less than memorable characters (especially the new villain(s)). DC seems to be at a loss for good ideas and direction.

PorcusWallabee Dec 21, 2012

My two favorite scenes: (1) Alfred tells (the new) Batman, not to try and BE Batman, but to give his best PERFORMANCE of the Dark Knight. (2) Commish Gordon, not recognizing the new Batman screams over the radio, "Who the hell do you think you are?" to which he replies, "I'm Batman." I literally LOL'ed in the cafe I was in.

Jul 26, 2012

I don't really follow the batman comics but I do try and read the main 'classic' graphic novels in that universe. So I'm a bit unfamiliar with the whole 'death of batman' and all the different robins and such. But this was still easy to pick up a read for casual fans. A really cool, dark story, great art, and some cool villains make this worth reading. Didn't like the 'new' robin though but I'm not sure you're supposed to.

Oct 23, 2011

Beautiful art and I really enjoyed Damian's character. Nevertheless, Dick Grayson is lovely as always. :)

Mar 26, 2011

I LOVE THE QUITELY-MORRISON PAIR. Another stunning book by then; one of my favourite Batman books in AGES.
(They've also done We3 together, which, in my honest opinion, was one of the best graphic novels ever made).

Jan 24, 2011

UGH! where the hell is bruce wayne? someone has got to get rid of these posing imposters!

Oct 27, 2010

I'd have given this 4-1/2 stars if the artwork had been cleaner. Story's good, new toys, return of a couple of old characters, a good twist -- and I LOVE the idea of a bloodthirsty Robin! You won't see THIS kid cracking jokes.

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