Batman and Robin Eternal #26 review

Batman&Robin Eternal has come to it’s ultimate end, and while nothing here is unenjoyable, it’s also nothing more than mediocre.  For a single issues, it actually has a lot going for it. …

Batman and Robin Eternal #23 review

Talking, talking, talking, and more talking.  This entire issue is essentially the set-up for the finale.  It does a perfectly adequate job of informing us of who the players are, what is…

Batman and Robin Eternal #22 review

Going into this issue, I expected a lot since Genevieve Valentine was back in the writer’s seat.  Her previous contributions to the Eternal story, Batman&Robin Eternal #7+8, were hands down my favorite…

Batman and Robin Eternal #21 review

The origin of Mother, paired with some of the best Batman snippets I’ve seen in months.  Do I really need to say anything else?  I don’t think so….but I’m going to. Batman…

Batman and Robin Eternal #20 review

The feeling of a summer blockbuster, but with actual heart and character growth. In case you haven’t been following Eternal, Mother is trying to take control of Spyral’s orbiting satellite in order…

Batman and Robin Eternal #19 review

Mother unleashes her ultimate plan, and the Batfamily is sent reeling trying to contend with it.  This is definitely the most action packed issue of Batman&Robin Eternal yet.  There’s barely a page…

Batman and Robin Eternal #18 review

The “mystery” behind Harper Row is finally revealed.  I say “mystery”, because I’m pretty sure that everyone saw that coming from a mile away.  Since nothing that transpired during this issue was…

Batman and Robin Eternal #17 review

Unlike its predecessor, Batman&Robin Eternal doesn’t wait till the 11th hour to reveal its big secret: Did Batman really kill that kid’s parents?  Don’t worry, the solicitation from last issue wasn’t a…