Red Robin #20

    Red Robin » Red Robin #20 - The Rabbit Hole, Interlude: On the Shoulders of Titans released by DC Comics on April 1, 2011.

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    Red Robin finally combines forces with his former teammates in a 2-issue crossover with TEEN TITANS that kicks off right here! Is there even enough room for Tim Drake and Damian Wayne – the new Robin – on one team? Meanwhile, Catman and the Calculator have their own agendas for this highly anticipated reunion!

    Catman is hired by Mikalek to steal back the Unternet, and when he does it alerts Red Robin. Tim tries to stop him but Catman escapes and puts Tam into danger. Tim tries to get to Tam's place but is too late to stop a Calculator robot from blowing it up. After making sure Tam is okay, Tim contacts the Teen Titans for help in stopping what appears to be over 140 Calculator robots around the world.

    Then next day Red Robin and the Teen Titans head to Istanbul, where they send Damian in as a scout. He learns that the Calculator's head-quarters are under a busy nightclub. That night the team tries to get inside but are discovered by a Robot-Calculator, who blows up. The team then finds themselves surrounded by dozens of other Robot-Calculators ready to explode.

    Continued in TEEN TITANS #92!


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    Group Hug with Old Friends 0

      Cover I do not love the character I just wish they had the Teen Titans on the cover instead of Catman. Story Red Robin needs some help because the Calculator is targeting Tam. He does not want to get help from Bruce and Dick but from people he knows he would be working with and not working for. The only people he can think of are the teen titans. So they all follow the calculator but they all end up being robots and are about explode with all people around them that they are going to have to s...

    16 out of 16 found this review helpful.

    Red Robin #20 0

    The fallout for Red Robin's actions in Russia is felt as Catman comes to town and The Calculator makes his play to reclaim the Unternet.  The Good To's artwork is strong as always and perfectly suited to Nicieza's narrative.   The issue starts off with Catman and Red Robin in the middle of a fight. Judging from his appearance Tim's been on the receiving end of the punishment. Despite this he manages to corner Catman. I like the way Catman handles himself in this issue. I especially like the way ...

    15 out of 15 found this review helpful.

    Red Robin and the Teen Titans reunite 0

    Synopsis: Catman is brought in to take on Red Robin, and when things get a bit out of hand, Tim makes the call to an old group. What's Good? I knew this was going to be a crossover with the Teen Titans, but I didn't realize how fast they would appear. It's a well received welcome, even if Damian is still in the group. With Fabian Nicieza's writing, it feels more of a Teen Titan issue in the second half of the issue. I give major props to the art team with this issue. Marcus To never cease to am...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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