Robin #1

    Robin » Robin #1 - Big Bad World released by DC Comics on January 1991.

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    Big Bad World last edited by SaveMeAndy on 11/08/23 09:09AM View full history

    Tim Drake heads to Paris to study under the Tibetan, Rahul Lama, then finds himself in a brawl with the Ghost Dragons gang in "Big Bad World."

    Tim Drake doubts that he can handle stepping up into the role of the new Robin. Batman suggests he spend some time in Paris, studying under Rahul Lama, a master in martial arts and healing techniques. Lama's grandson, Shen Chi, takes Tim for a night out on the town; and, Tim meets up with a girl. The girl is mixed up with a gang. Tim goes to save the girl as Robin and finds a man named Clyde Rawlins being beaten by the gang. He tries to save the man, but finds himself overwhelmed by the gang. The issue ends with Lady Shiva watching the fight from the shadows.



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    I'm catching up on the Batman story line and got this 5 issue series.  I don't know a lot about Tim Drake and his roll in the Batman story.  So, this was a great find for me.   It really gave me a feel for the character and a better understanding of Tim Drake. At the start of the story, it seemed that Batman was almost forcing Robin out on his own a little bit.  Batman thinks he's ready to step up and be a real hero, but Tim is hedging.  I like the interaction between Alfred and Tim.  Alfred sho...

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