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Ready to operate from his new HQ, Red Robin knows that before he can fulfill his crimefighting destiny, he must close out one outstanding issue. His father's killer, Captain Boomerang, was brought back to life... The time has come for him to return to the grave!

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you can always count on bad people making dumb decisions. 0

Tim Drake is an entity onto himself and I’m glad that nobody I’ve spoken to has made a comment Red Robin #26 about how Tim becoming Red Robin is like Dick becoming Nightwing, for as we all know from reading these series, these are two completely different personas and identities all together. Through this series we’ve seen Tim go to great lengths and great depths to reach his goal, from entering the lions den and working for the league of shadows to faking his own assassination. We’ve see him ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Son of the Bat or Son of the Demon? 0

In The final issue of this series Tim faces off with the man who murdered his father, Captain Boomerang.   The Good  Absolutely perfect cover.   Marcus To's work on this issue is absolutely perfect from cover to cover.   Much of the issue's him shadowing Boomerang and him internally narrating. Nicieza has such a firm command of Tim and it's really going to be a shame that he's not writing him in September.All of Batman's "sons" possess amplified aspects of his personality. This being the case, T...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Decisions. 0

Synopsis: Will Tim Drake kill Captain Boomerang? What's Good? As a long time fan of Tim Drake, I never realize how much he actually wanted Captain Boomerang dead. His dilemma is quite different than Bruce, Dick, or even Barbara. It's understandable though, as Harkness was the one who killed his father. With this issue, we see the full potential of Tim Drake, and what he can be truly capable of. However, he tries to justifies his own actions by stating it was Harkness' own fault throughout. One...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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