Batman and Robin #19

    Batman and Robin » Batman and Robin #19 - The Sum of Her Parts, Part 3 of 3 released by DC Comics on March 1, 2011.

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    Batman and Robin have found The Absence, but a deathtrap awaits them. How do you prove a negative? How do you escape nothing? When there's nothing at the center of a life, madness can stick its claws in!    


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    Review: Batman and Robin #19 0

    Caught in the Absence's fiendish deathtrap, the new dynamic duo has to confront some serious questions about the humanness of their boss. The Good I'll say it every time I see him on a book - - Scott McDaniel's art is an unbridled joy to behold. Everything I said about his arc on Detective continues here. Cornell also infuses this comic with great character drama to underlie all the weirdness. Not only is the double-drill a classic bat-villain deathtrap, it adds an edge-of-your-seat twist that s...

    8 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Still can't find that missing piece 0

    Synopsis: The Sum of All Fears wraps up. What's good? I actually have to thank Corwell's set up for the last issue. Characterization played a role with Absence's origin and characterization plays another role with this issue. The hole in the head didn't make Absence insane, but devious. She manages to take down the dynamic duo and put them in a life or death situation. But the question is why is she doing this besides getting Bruce to notice her? It kind of hit me like a ton of bricks on what A...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Farewell Cornell 0

    The Good: The cover is pretty iconic, and I think the logo used is pretty neat. It's a great representation of the concept, 'Batman and Robin,' and although the one on the other issues is cool, this one makes more sense and I'd love to see them use it from now on.Absence is such a fun new villain. She so thoroughly goes to great lengths to deconstruct traditional supervillains and then gets so offended when nobody can figure out her incredibly warped logic. The entire issue appears to be trudgin...

    3 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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