Batman and Robin #9

    Batman and Robin » Batman and Robin #9 - Blackest Knight, Part Three: Broken released by DC Comics on April 30, 2010.

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    Part 3 of "Blackest Knight". Guest-starring Batwoman, Knight, and Squire! Only months into his new role as Batman, Dick Grayson faces possibly the biggest threat of his life. In hopes of attaining his hearts desire, has Dick instead unleashed a terror the likes of which the world has never seen?

    Meanwhile, back in Gotham City, Alfred and a recuperating Robin are at the mercy of someone both fearsome and familiar...


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    For those interested in a Bizarro Zombie Batman 0

    So the Batman resurrection thing didn't quite work out like Dick hoped and we have a problem.  Batwoman is near death and this not Batman is on his way to his not home to see his not son.  And not for for family time.  While Batman, Knight and Squire tend to Batwoman, Alfred tries his best to protect Damian form this demented not Batman. It turns out Damian is as proficient in wheelchair combat as his father was after getting his back broken.  Their assault on not Batman is exciting and I always...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.


    "Blackest Knight" conclusion. Written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Cameron Stewart. In the beginning of this issue we see Batwoman lying dead at Batman's feet. Thats where a Lazerus pit comes in, and she gets resurrected. After that scence we see the zombie Batman trying to kill Damian and Alfred. The zombie Batman is one crazy dude, and he can barely talk. Zombie Batman kicks Damians ass and then throws him off Wayne Tower. Poor Damian hasn't had much luck lately with getting paralized and no...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Batman and Robin #9 0

    So issue 9 starts off where Issue 8 left off.  Batwoman is dead and we learn that she died because she told Dick to give her excess morphine, knowing that the Lazarus Pit is behind the rubble.  I feel this was just a plot device, I don't think Dick would use the pit again, and I feel like her death was used just for shock value.  Back in Gotham we learn that the clone Batman can speak, although obviously not normally.  It's interesting to hear Damian openly mock Dick again, although not to his f...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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