Red Robin #19

    Red Robin » Red Robin #19 - The Rabbit Hole, Part Two: Caught In the Üntertow released by DC Comics on March 1, 2011.

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    When Red Robin and his friends are trapped in the unknown world of the Unternet by the Calculator's fail-safe program, it's Batman and Robin to the rescue – but which Batman and Robin is it? If the Unternet is a telepathic communications gestalt where the villains' dreams come true, can Red Robin become its waking nightmare?


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    Review: Red Robin #19 0

    Red Robin finds himself in the waking nightmare that is the Unternet, and he must marshall the unlikely allies of Anarchy and the Riddler to help find his way out.  The Good Nicieza and To make this swashbuckling superhero-er work like a well-wound clock, delivering the kind clarity and directness you'd really want out of a title like this. I especially liked the depict ion of Tim's disciplined thought process - - how he was using the Riddler as a means to keep his sanity in check and how he wa...

    7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Holy make-belive 0

    I could easily start this review with a reference from Tron, Red Robin #19  Digimon, or Reboot to make fun of the whole virtual nature of this issue (~snigger~ get it. Virtual as in virtual reality. Get it! Get it! Ohhhh I crack myself up ). Instead I decided to take the mature approach and just get straight to it and give you lovely people my thoughts on this Red Robin issue. So lets press “ctrl”, “alt” and “del” together and follow Tim into the unternet (note: do not press “ctrl, alt,del” unl...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Tim in Wonderland 0

    Synopsis: Red Robin is transported into the Internet-er...Unternet! What's good? The Unternet is a fascinating concept. The title, "The Rabbit Hole" makes sense with this issue than the last since the Unternet comes off like something out of Alice in Wonderland. It did take a couple of pages to figure out what was going on though. I like how The Riddler was Tim's subconscious giving him riddles while Tim answers them in his inner monologues. I got to admit that I also like the Red Robin costume...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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