Red Robin #18

    Red Robin » Red Robin #18 - The Rabbit Hole, Part One: Broken Promises released by DC Comics on February 1, 2011.

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    To infiltrate the computer systems of a Russian industrialist tied to the mysterious Unternet, Red Robin must stop a vengeance-driven vigilante named Promise from killing the oligarch while making sure his former ally Red Star doesn't stop him!



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    The Robin and the Star 0

    The Good: Marcus To's artwork continues to be both excellent, and fitting for the title. I like the way the font for the issue title decays from right to left. As per usual, the dialogue and the transitions between it and the inner monologue continue to be where Red Robin shines as a title. It does a superb job of evoking that sense of a balance between Bruce's solitude, and Dick's friendliness. Tim is an extremely interesting character, and it's always a great read to see him work out every lit...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Moscow doesn't have that kind of hotels 0

    The first review in a new format. Being like a top Comicviner, yep.   The Good Fabian Nicieza is hitting his second arc on Red Robin. To be honest, I was a fan of this series since its launch and all the twelve issue that a magnificent Christ Yost managed to write were one of the greatest comic-book experience of 2009 and partly 2010 years. And as a dedicated follower I was really worried after the news of Yost's departure and Nicieza-dude continuing his work. I remembered quite well his Robin...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Red Robin heads to Russia 0

     Red Robin crosses paths with Russia's own Superman, Red Star. Pros: Red Robin goes back into routine tracking down a crime boss in Russia. He knows he is in a different territory, and in Russia, Red Star is Superman. Even though he and Tim are friends, Red Star have his duty towards his country. I love the inner monologue Fabian Nicieza gives Tim. While he's serious about what he does both on the outside and inside in his dialouge, he does makes some jokes like putting Red Star on his infamous ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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