Batman and Robin (comic)

Exclusive: Preview of Batman and Robin Vol. 3: Death of the Family

In the stories from issues #15-17, BATMAN #17 and BATMAN AND ROBIN ANNUAL #1, Damian battles The Joker—with catastrophic results! What secrets will be...

New 52 – Batman and Two-Face #25 review

Last month we saw that writer Peter J. Tomasi was not only going to tell a new Two-Face story with the latest arc of...

New 52 – Batman and Two-Face #24 review

Last week we saw the birth of the Joker take place in Zero Year, but it appears that the New 52 birth of Two-Face...

Batman and Robin #23.4 – Killer Croc #1 review

It's very similar to last November's Arkham Unhinged #8 and it has a lot of the same flaws as that comic as well. First off,...

Batman and Robin #23.3 – Ra’s al Ghul #1 review

Ra's al Ghul has lived for hundreds of years and witnessed the rise and fall of empires. Some civilizations have even crumbled at his...

Batman and Robin #23.2 – The Court of Owls #1 review

The Court of Owls stand out in Villains Month because the focus isn't on one single bad guy, but an entire organization that's been...

Batman and Robin #23.1 – Two-Face #1 review

The best villain's month issue I've read yet. Writer Peter J. Tomasi doesn't devote the entire comic to flashbacks to an origin story we've...

New 52 – Batman and Nightwing #23 review

Go fetch a box of tissues, bat-fans, because Peter J. Tomasi is here to make you shed some tears. "But it features Nightwing this month...

New 52 – Batman and Catwoman #22 review

LATE REVIEW EDITION I was at Comic-Con last week so I didn't read this book until...ten minutes ago...ish. Seeing as how most of you have...

New 52 – Batman and Batgirl #21 review

We've reached the bargaining phase of Batman's 5 stages of grief and it's Batgirl's turn at the plate as the latest guest star. In...

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