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    Art sensation Andy Clarke (R.E.B.E.L.S., BATMAN CONFIDENTIAL) joins writer Grant Morrison for an exciting three-issue arc titled "Batman vs. Robin"! Why would Talia al Ghul manipulate her son Damian into taking action against Batman? Will Damian do as Mother says…or stay loyal to Dick Grayson? Plus, more on the Domino Killer, Oberon Sexton, and the menace of El Penitente's drug cartel! Is this already the end for the new Dynamic Duo?

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    "Batman vs Robin" part 1. This issue is written by the great Grant Morrison and drawn by Andy Clarke. I read this and i loved it. This is a great start to this new arc. The art in this is beautiful. Andy Clarke did an awesome job drawing this. The story is also fantastic. Morrison knows how to write a great story that draws you in. Morrison and Clarke are both really good creators, and i look forward to the rest of this arc. But let me get to my review of this issue. In the beginning we have Bat...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Love it when a plan comes together 0

      There's not a whole lot to add to the reviews of this book that are already out there but here is my take on the  B&R #10.  Grant Morrison's disparate plot threads start to come together in fine fashion with this issue.  The series had been set up in three issue arcs but in no way should you have thought that there wasn't an underlying story that is running as an undercurrent that connects them all.  It all started years ago at the beginning of Morrison's run on Batman and we are seeing th...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    The Return of Bruce Wayne begins here! 0

    First off, let me say before anything else, that if Damian Wayne was always portrayed the way he is in this book, I might not have hated his character at first.   Anyway as is, the issue starts with Damian telling the board at Wayne Enterprises that they pretty much suck and that he's found a financial irregularity.  Oberon Sexton, meanwhile has invited Batman to his apparent home to tell him that Bruce Wayne may be in danger.  There is something familiar about him and I want to believe its a ce...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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