Batman and Robin #15

    Batman and Robin » Batman and Robin #15 - Little Big Man released by DC Comics on February 2013.

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    A “DEATH OF THE FAMILY” tie-in!

    Damian vs. The Joker!

    Has The Joker finally met a Robin as dangerous as he is? Or will The Clown Prince of Crime claim another of Batman’s allies as his victim?



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    Joker's Games 0

    Overall I have been enjoying this series, bit recently it's been poor, and not as good as it used to be. I have been hoping that the series will get better after joining the Death of the Family crossover, and it has, but not quite as much as I hoped it would.PlotThis issue sees Robin (Damian Wayne) meet the Joker for the first time. Whilst following a lead he is captured by the Joker who tries to torment him, whilst playing his sick game.ReviewThis was a good issue, and a decent start to Robin's...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Batman and Robin #15 0

    Little Big ManTo see this review with images, Click Here.The last two issues of Batman and Robin have been vastly disappointing and nonsensical. Anybody who read Tomasi’s original Batman and Robin story for the DCNU knows that he can write, but his recent material has seemed rather soulless. Nonetheless, I am very excited for this issue simply because I suspect Damian might be the one to die in Death of the Family, and if that is the case, it would stand to reason that this month’s tie in to Dea...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    One Flew Over The Robin's Nest 0

    If Tomas Giorello's fill-in artwork on the previous arc was the price to pay for Patrick Gleason's full attention on this issue and likely the next, then it was worth it because this issue looks AMAZING. Gleason's consistently amazing at weaving heavy shadows and terrifying darkness, but this issue takes it to a whole other level. The Joker doesn't quite look 'Greg Capullo brilliantly uncanny,' but he does look downright evil and terrifying, still achieving the desired effect. This issue is also...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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