Batman and Son last edited by ScottyHawkeye on 11/05/21 11:30AM View full history

Comic-book legends Grant Morrison (ALL STAR SUPERMAN, SEVEN SOLDIERS) and Andy Kubert (Ultimate X-Men, 1602) join forces to bring you an unforgettable tale of the Dark Knight in this hardcover edition collecting BATMAN #655-658 and 663-666!

Batman receives the greatest shock of his life when he discovers that he may have a son. And sparks fly when the new addition to the Bat-family is introduced to Robin, the Boy Wonder. Which one will be chosen to carry on the legacy as Gotham's protector?

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Father Meet Son 0

I have been going through as many of my Batman stories from both comic and graphic novel collections, focusing on the key stories from Hush and on to the start of the New 52. This however was one that I was really looking forward to re-reading as bar the fact it's the first story by my favourite Batman writer Grant Morrison, it is also one of my favourite Batman stories written by him, if not my most favourite written by him. This is also my eleventh Batman review since Hush.PlotOn a visit to En...

10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

Enter Grant Morrison 0

The Story:Batman takes a trip and comes in contact with Talia Al Ghul who is accompanied by a young boy in which she informs Batman is their son. Batman takes the troubled boy in knowing in the back of his mind that Talia probably has ulterior motives. As Batman attempts to show the boy a better way, a new threat presents itself. My Thoughts: This is the beginning of the acclaimed run on Batman by Grant Morrison. He certainly starts off with a bang to say the least. As can be deduced from the ti...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Perfect Read before the Sept 2011 Batman and Robin 0

In the Sept revamp, Batman and Robin will be Bruce and Damian.  This book is the introduction of how they met each other.  Perfect to see how things have or haven't changed since then.  The Good: The story telling is fantastic.  Morrison does a great job here and it's not too dense.  There's an interlude that's mostly text with some 3D art that gives insight into the joker.  Damian's interactions with everyone are spot-on for someone who was raised by Talia.  The Bad: Only the first half (give o...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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