Batman and Robin #7

    Batman and Robin » Batman and Robin #7 - Blackest Knight, Part One: Pearly and the Pit released by DC Comics on March 1, 2010.

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    Knight, Squire, and DETECTIVE COMICS' Batwoman guest-star alongside the Dynamic Duo in "Blackest Knight", a 3-part story illustrated by Cameron Stewrat (SEVEN SOLDIERS OF VICTORY: MANHATTEN GUARDIAN) Readers who enjoyed BATMAN R.I.P. and FINAL CRISIS won't want to miss this captivating new storyline packed with additional clues on the Domino Killer and the details surrounding the "death" of Bruce Wayne!


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    Necrophilia 0

     Batman is dead. Batman is alive. Batman is dead. Batman is alive. Batm... Wait, WHAT? We all know that this crazy spring will bring to us a ressurection of Bruce Wayne. Now my question is, WHY is this issue should be even interesting? 'coz this is a BN story & the whole affair should be twisted around Dick Grayson, trying to resurrect his master (let's call him that, lol) in lost Lazarus pit. So I had a doubt, buy it or not? What's unusual could give me a story with notoriously known end? B...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    The Darkest Night Begins in Morrison's Batman and Robin 0

    I'm a little embarrassed to admit that this is the first book of this series I've ever read, but it certainly exceeded my expectations.  Grant Morrison does Batman, and storytelling in general, very well, so I had no trouble picking up right where the book began.  This issue starts with our current Batman, former Nightwing, Dick Grayson, across the pond being aided by his sidekick's  British doppelganger,  Squire, teaming as a bomb squad to prevent disaster at the hands of Old King Coal.  This w...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Batman and...(Knight and) Squire? 0

    Following the events of Batman and Robin #6 and apparently Blackest Night we find Dick Grayson in England pretty much doing what he does best.  Being a hero.  Saving some lives, jumping though buildings and saving the day.  We see Batman going to what I would assume is the equivalent of Arkham Asylum in England.  While I personally didn't get anything out of the conversation he has there, you will notice the Dominoes that were made famous in the first arc involving Toad and Professor Pyg.  Its n...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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