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    Robin #55

    Robin » Robin #55 - Brotherhood of the Fist, Part 3: Monkey Fist released by DC Comics on July 1998.

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    Brotherhood of the Fist, Part 3: Monkey Fist last edited by Jacquenette_Harper on 11/15/19 12:17PM View full history

    Brotherhood of the Fist' part 3, continued from DETECTIVE COMICS #723. Robin and Green Arrow are besieged by the Brotherhood of the Monkey cult—assassins far deadlier than those Batman and Green Arrow faced earlier. Continued in NIGHTWING #23.

    The Monkey Cult is still working to kill all the world's top martial artists, as Batman and Green Arrow race back to Gotham City to team up with Nightwing and Robin. Meanwhile, a new monkey appears, the Paper Monkey, who is looking to take on just one martial artist in particular.

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    This issue keeps the momentum going from the previous issues and builds on it quite well.  After a brief moment together in the avalanche area, Batman and Connor separate finally, leaving their awkward interaction behind.  Connor instead teams up wioth Robin for most of the rest of the issue in a pairing which is handled better and feels more organic.  It is not there though that this issue finds its strength, rather it comes from the introduction of two new adversaries.  One is Deathstroke, the...

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