Batman and Robin #17

    Batman and Robin » Batman and Robin #17 - The Sum of Her Parts, Part 1 of 3 released by DC Comics on January 1, 2011.

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    Dick and Damian head into the murky depths of Bruce Wayne's past to protect him from whoever has stolen the corpse of his old girlfriend, Una Nemo. Join them as they move from an empty grave to the flaming fingers to the Night Wedding - and meet a mad, gory new villain known as The Absence!    


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    "Now You can see what You've been missing!" 0

    Batman and Robin, for all intents and purposes has acted as the premiere Batman book the past year and a half, but with Grant Morrison leaving the title to write Batman Inc., would Batman and Robin fall behind as just another Batman book?  The quick answer: No.  Batman and Robin will continue to be one of the best Batman books, if not the best out, until it proves itself otherwise.  Originally this issue was set to be the introduction of the new creative team for the series, Peter Tomasi and Pat...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    A new villain incorporated. 0

    Batman and Robin #17 It looks like most of the Batman titles lay under the Batman Incorporated arc now. So basically in this issue Dick and Damian are tracking down a new crime and trying to solve the mystery of a dead woman. Her name is Una Nemo and Bruce used to be fond of her. She's dead now and there is a peculiararity to the finding of her body"parts".  Dick and Damian come face to face with the woman behind the plan at the last scene of the issue.  THE GOOD! I have a feeling that the Batma...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Not the best start 0

    Going into this title, I was expecting great things, especially seeing Paul Cornell take over for a few issues. I think he's a terrific writer, just not here. I know his placement on this title was kind of last minute, so I understand that the story might have been rushed, and that's exactly how this book feels. The story, for me, also seems to be all over the place. It starts out with Dick and Damian breaking into the church to save some guy, and then it goes into a flashback of sorts. For most...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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