Batman and Robin #40 review

First off, I’d like to give a virtual round of applause to the creative team (Tomasi, Gleason, Gray, and Kalisz) for reaching the end of their run on this title. It’s been…

Batman and Robin #39 review

Batman and Robin has been one of my favorite titles in DC’s stable. Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason have proved through multiple arcs that they’re a formidable team mirroring the duo that…

Batman and Robin #38 review

I was curious to see how things would play out now that Robin has returned from an early grave, with new powers to boot. I can confidently say that I was pleasantly…

Robin Rises: Alpha #1 review

It’s funny, isn’t it? Robin Rises: Omega was the start of this arc and the word “omega” refers to the end. Here, we have Robin Rises: Alpha which refers to “the beginning” which is actually the…

Batman and Robin #37 review

This issue is part five of Robin Rises, a major story arc that’s been spoiled so much and so heavily by its very own publisher that much of the curious wind filling its sails (ironically,…

Batman and Robin #36 review

Part four of the Robin Rises saga is sure to delight many readers. Whereas other titles take a more subtle approach to Batman, this one is letting Bruce off the leash –with rabies….

Batman and Robin #35 review

One thing that can be said about Tomasi’s knack for storytelling is that each issue takes a distinctive, if small, step forward in the story. I can see the yellow steno pages…

Batman and Robin: Futures End #1 review

Ray Fawkes makes a good effort to make the reader feel as if they are still reading a Batman and Robin title even though it’s Futures End month. Unlike other events where it’s a crapshoot as…

Batman and Robin #34 review

I can’t help but think of Batman: The Animated Series when I see that Gleason cover. Next month we’ll be treated to another Bruce Timm-inspired cover as well. In fact, this series as a…

Batman and Robin #33 review

I’m going to go ahead an spoil it for you: this is an excellent issue. Go ahead, quit reading this review and pick up a copy right now. I hope you all…