Batman and Robin #18

    Batman and Robin » Batman and Robin #18 - Undone released by DC Comics on May 2013.

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    A Very Moving Issue 0

    I have really enjoyed this series, and although it's had it's ups and downs it's been a very fun series. This issue however isn't fun, as it shows the aftermath of Batman, Incorporated #8, and how Batman is dealing with his loss.PlotBatman is in morning after the death of his son, Damian Wayne. This silent issue shows how Damian's death has affected his father, whilst also showing some of Batman's memories of Damian.ReviewThis was probably the most emotional issue I have ever read, and by far th...

    12 out of 12 found this review helpful.

    Batman and Robin #18 0

    UndoneEverybody get your tissue boxes ready because Peter J. Tomasi (former editor of Hitman and current writer for Batman and Robin and Green Lantern Corps) and Patrick Gleason (former artist for Robin and cover artist for Arkham City: End Game and current penciler for Batman and Robin) are about to unleash some serious emotional devastation on us. The team that has manged to put more heart into their issues than most other Batman series combined will now have the mother of all potential heart ...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    A Moment of Silence 0

    This review is spoiler-free for anybody up to date with their Batman stuff within a week or two. If you're not, Batman, Incorporated #8 should be read before this, but that's about it.Before going into any depth on this issue, I strongly recommend you buy it. ....Was that too early? Oh should. This is a book for fans of Batman, fans of Damian, subscribers of Requiem, fans of Batman's-past, fans of conceptual comic of comics in general. This is the kind of book th...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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