Batman and Robin Eternal #15 review

Drake plays traitor, Todd plays possum, Valley pouts, and….St. Dumas makes an appearance! (kind of) Let’s get to the chase.  This issue has way too much talking.  Don’t get me wrong, I…

Batman and Robin Eternal #14 review

Batman vs Scarecrow, Grayson vs Orphan, and Cassandra/Harper vs a bunch of sentinel rejects from The Matrix franchise?!?  Well, two out of three isn’t bad… There are two main plot lines involved…

Batman and Robin Eternal #13 review

This issue continues the flashback trend, providing us additional insights into the background and character motivations of our favorite Batfamily mute: Cassandra Cain.  She also pulls off a pretty impressive solo insertion…

Batman and Robin Eternal #12 review

Continuing in the footsteps of issue #11, this chapter of Batman&Robin Eternal also elaborates on the history of its more mysterious characters.  This time, the focus is shifted from Cassandra specifically, to…

Batman and Robin Eternal #11 review

Cassandra Cain’s origin story revealed!  (Do you need another reason to pick this up?) Typically, Eternal tries to squeeze in a main story along with one or two other quick little check-ins. …

Batman and Robin Eternal #8 review

Cassandra and Harper battle ballerinas while Grayson bandies words with Mother.   In this, their second installment for Batman&Robin Eternal, Genevieve Valentine and Alvaro Martinez continue to deliver high quality storytelling at its…

Batman and Robin Eternal #7 review

Can lighting strike twice?  After last week’s near perfect chapter of Batman & Robin Eternal, I had high hopes for continued success going into this week’s follow up, and I am happy…