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In the startling conclusion to "The Revenge Of The Red Hood", Gotham's new "protector" reveals his identity to Batman - and surprisingly poses a heart-stopping question to Dick Grayson about the future of Bruce Wayne! Plus, Robin at the mercy of Scarlet.
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El Flamingo hands the womp down! (spoilers) 0

Don't let the cover fool you. This issue reeks of bad@#$ness. I respect everyone's right to their own opinion, but was a little taken aback by the rating this issue had when i first checked (a 1.8avg). Well of course I have a bias due to my love for Morrison's writing and the character Batman, but that doesn't mean you the reader should take my word for it. However despite my views i feel that Batman and Robin #6 was a very solid issue. of course the action and art was well done, but it was more...

10 out of 12 found this review helpful.

So like he eats people's faces?... AWESOME! 0

Grant Morrison is a sick bastard. He manages to create villains so messed up that's the books they appear in are hard to read. His Batman and Robin arch has been full of that. He's spawn nightmares such as Professor Pyg, Scarlet, and Flamingo (I mean they're in Batman #66 but hey cut me some slack). I feel this title does the best job at really setting Batman on a positive trajectory. But on to the issue at hand:  I think Philip Tan is an amazing talent but when I compare anyone to Fran Quitely ...

7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Every Thing is One Big Story line/ The Dots are connecting 0

This is an excellent I truely can't say anything without spoiling it, but i'll try. Okay this is the last part in the Revenge of the Red Hood story arc. It starts out, when Dick wakes up and only to find himself and Damien strapped to 2 chairs with a webcame in front of them.  Red Hood streams a contest to the whole of the world saying that he has captured Batman and Robin if 1 million people call in the number on their screen (notice the refrence) they will be able to learn Batman abd Robin's i...

6 out of 8 found this review helpful.
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