Batman #18

    Batman » Batman #18 - Resolve released by DC Comics on May 2013.

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    Resolve last edited by lordhater1 on 09/12/23 02:11PM View full history

    Welcome guest-artist Andy Kubert!

    In the wake of unspeakable tragedy, Batman is in danger of losing his humanity!

    And in the backup story, fan-favorite character Harper Row returns—but will she be able to pull Batman back from the brink?



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    3.7 stars

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    Has Batman Snapped? 0

    This has been my favourite series in the New 52, and although it's not always been outstanding, it's always been good. With Batman being my favourite character I expect good stories from the main Batman title, and Scott Snyder's been doing that, and I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do now that Death of the Family is over, and Year Zero's about to begin.PlotHarper Row is worried about Batman, as he doesn't seem to be acting normally, so she tries to help him out.ReviewAlthough not as goo...

    13 out of 13 found this review helpful.

    Harper Row isn't the new Robin Syder confirmed it! 0

    I love this series and even though I may be in the minority I loved last issue and it was a fitting ending to arc and I wanted to see what would happen afterwards also I wanted to see what would happen with Harper Row in this issue as although this is the first time I’ve read her (started with the #0) I was interested to see what she did in this issue.PlotHarper Row and her brother go to visit their dad in Blackgate Prison but he upsets them and he is taken away before he can finish the conversa...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Batman #18 0

    ResolveSnyder (former writer for Detective Comics and current writer of Batman, Talon, American Vampire, and Swamp Thing) promises an issue focused on Harper Row, the girl without any apparent role in the DC Universe. Apparently, she will somehow discover Batman's loss of Robin or at bare minimum witness the fallout from the event. Harper appeared to be taking an unhealthy fascination with Batman in Batman #12, so perhaps she has spent all her time since then obsessing over The Dark Knight and s...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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