The Batrobot Takes Flight! last edited by mshirley27 on 11/08/19 04:27PM View full history

Crime never sleeps, but even Batman can’t be on call 24-7. So the Caped Crusader introduces an ally who never needs rest: a futuristic Bat Robot! Astounding both Gotham City’s criminals and its police force, the chrome-plated crimefighter proves to be incredibly efficient. So much so that a dreaded question must be asked: Is it time for Batman and Robin to retire?

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Genius. Sheer genius. 0

What Jeff Parker is doing in the pages of Batman '66 is nothing short of sheer genius. It's pretty close to rocket science. Batman '66 14 opens with The Clock King committing a crime based on precision and on a tight time schedule, rather than centered around a clock or timepiece theme. However, he is quickly and easily thwarted by the newest addition to the Batman Family: The Robot-Batman! Developed by The Bright Knight and Professor Overbeck, from Arkham Institute, the Bat-bot will protect Got...

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