Knightmoves last edited by DrewHLMW on 10/21/18 12:36PM View full history

As Robin does all he can to keep his own killer instincts at bay, Batman focuses his energies on Nobody, the deadly enigma from Bruce's past who has arrived in Gotham and is hellbent on forcing him to accept a new world crimefighting view even as he infiltrates the Waynes' personal lives.
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Don't Listen To Nobody 0

The Story: Batman remains vigilant to the threat of Nobody while confining Damian to the mansion.  My Thoughts:I always look forward to my weekly dose of Batman. I enjoy this series for obvious reasons. It involves both Batman and Robin and focuses on their relationship which incentive enough to pick up. You add a writer like Peter J. Tomasi to the mix and artist Patrick Gleason and you're left with an enticing new take on the Dynamic Duo.  Most of this issue centers around Damian, so you know i...

8 out of 9 found this review helpful.

Why don't you give me a big smile? 0

The best superheroes don't kill. If they do, the circumstances are exceptional, and the act will have profound implications for their character. But the injuries they inflict? Surely Batman's accidentally left a thug to drown in his own blood from a nosebleed, die of exposure when left unconscious on a snowy Gotham night, or just hit someone too hard in the wrong spot (Harry Houdini probably died of a punch that burst his infected appendix).So when our villain tells Damian his barely controlled ...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Bruce and Damian CAN be compelling 0

There's something to be said for the great possibilities of having a former Robin with his own Robin. And Batman and Robin Vol 1 did a good job exploring that. This one had a bit of a rocky start. It felt to some of us readers that it was a regression for Damian. But this issue really picked things up.First of all it has one of my favorite Bat-elements - metaphors. Of all the comic book properties, Batman has always trucked in visual metaphors and tying them into the story. We get a few here wit...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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