Batman and Robin #16

    Batman and Robin » Batman and Robin #16 - Black Mass released by DC Comics on January 1, 2011.

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    Don't miss this fantastic finale as BATMAN AND ROBIN's storyline connects with THE RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE! The climactic showdown between Batman and the Black Glove is finally here. It's payback time for The Dark Knight as Batman and Robin face the ultimate evil. Will Damian betray his father's legacy? Will Bruce Wayne return just in time to see Dick Grayson die? Plus, The Joker and Professor Pyg!

    This is only the beginning of a startling new status quo for the Batman…

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    Satisfying Conclusion 0

    The Good: What a spectacular way to conclude Grant Morrisons run on Batman and Robin! The mysteries surrounding Doctor Hurt are finally revealed (though if you have been keeping up with Morrison's Batman run you probably figured it out in #15), and Bruce Wayne is back in full swing. Loved the Joker in this issue, especially how he dealt with Hurt, and I maintain that no one writes a more compelling Joker than Grant. I also loved how so many elements created during Grant's run are referenced thro...

    11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    We are attending the Black Mass... R.I.P. classic Batman 0

    *The Short Review* A long time of build up and finally some answers.  We finally learn what R.I.P. stands for and we finally get to see this new era of Batman that Grant Morrison is spearheading.  This was a great issue to end Grant Morrison's run on Batman and Robin.  This is also an important issue because it is the end of an era and the beginning of a new one.  *The Longer Review*With all the comics out to buy, Grant Morrison's Batman story is once of the safest investments because of its rer...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    The Final Punch Line, The Ultimate Gag, The Big Joke 0

    The Good: Oh god, where do I begin? I really disliked Cameron Stewart's art in Blackest Knight, but it looks A LOT better here. Maybe it's because the inks weren't so thick and heavy. The multiple artists was a bit jarring at times, but the way each one represented a different piece of the story was a touch of brilliance. The opening scene finally serves to explain everything that confused me about Dr. Hurt, and actually I think it was the absolute best way to explain him without making him too ...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.
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