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Tim Drake Will Get a New Identity Again in Young Justice #7
Then he naturally progressed to being Red Robin Then Dan Didio, in all his wisdom, decided DC needed to publish exactly 52 books every month and they should all have the tone of being written by a ten-year-old boy And so naturally Bob Harras called up Scott Lobdell, one thing led to another, and boom,[...]
Check Out Quantum Mechanix Adorable New Bat-Family Q-Master Diorama
Dick Grayson, Damien Wayne, Jason Todd, Tim Drake, and Barbara Gordon all look ridiculously cute and are all in costume as Nightwing, Robin, Red Hood, Red Robin, and Batgirl respectively Batman is standing on a Batarang stand. This is not cheap, at around $200, but Batman collectors are going to love this thing You can check it[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #981 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas
Batman and Batwoman fight against the Omac army controlled by Ulysses and a possessed Red Robin, among whose number is Azrael and Batwing Can Red Robin be saved? Can Gotham? If so, what does this mean for the Gotham Knights? Detective Comics #981 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas With Detective Comics #981, we[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #980 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson
Red Robin/Batman/Omac is a far more compelling facet, as his rivalry with Batwoman has been well-established in James Tynion IV's run of Detective Comics The duel they share in this comic would steal the spotlight if it weren't for Spoiler. Batman: Detective Comics #980 art by Scot Eaton, Wayne Faucher, John Kalisz, and Allen Passalaqua Scot Eaton's[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #979 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Red Robin has been taken over by Brother Eye and the newest iteration of Omac This puts him at the mercy of Ulysses, now calling himself the General The Colony's armored soldiers are also being taken over by Omac and are attacking Batman, Batwoman, Colonel Kane, and the Colony Back in the Batcave, Orphan[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #978 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batman and Red Robin investigate the Colony's soldiers whom gunned down a band of mobsters while Ulysses watches on from his command center Batman leaves to meet up with Batwoman and her father Ulysses continues to have a video feed of the events He is planning something massive, but Red Robin is closing in[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #977 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Red Robin is shown a future where Batwoman and the Colony invade Gotham and assassinate Batman in his cave by Ulysses After this, Ulysses makes an offer to cooperate with Tim and give him access to all sorts of future technology acquired from the future Tim Drake. Elsewhere in the present, Batwoman, Batwing, Azrael, and[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #976 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas
Batman confronts Red Robin about his plans to restart the Knights Program Batwoman, Azrael, and Batwing settle into their new roles with the Colony. Batman: Detective Comics #976 cover by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, and Adriano Lucas The Knights Program, which has been the grand experiment behind the plot of James Tynion IV's Detective Comics run, has[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #975 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batman calls together the closest members of his family: Nightwing, Red Hood, Batgirl, Red Robin, and Robin Their purpose? To decide what can and should be done about Batwoman after the death of Clayface Meanwhile, Batwoman is left to consider the offer from her father to join the Colony. Detective Comics #975 cover by Alvaro[...]
Batman: Detective Comics #974 cover by Guillem March and Jason Wright
Batman, Orphan, and Red Robin immediately confront her However, Azrael and Batwing take Batwoman's side. Later, Spoiler confronts Red Robin on the destructive behavior he is fostering by remaining with Batman. Batman: Detective Comics #974 cover by Guillem March and Jason Wright Detective Comics #974 delivers a cathartic aftermath issue to the events of "Fall of the Batmen."[...]
Detective Comics #973 cover by Guillem March adn Tomeu Morey
Orphan is worried for her friend, Red Robin is out of commission, and Batman's only hope is that Dr October may have a solution Batwoman has a different answer in the form of a rifle given by her father Meanwhile, Anarky and the First Victim have a disagreement of ethics. Detective Comics #973 cover by Guillem[...]
bleeding cool bestseller list: Detective Comics #972 cover by Guillem March
The First Victim and Anarky are still on the loose and wreaking havoc in Gotham City. Red Robin is unsure if Clayface can be brought back to their side, and he is still suspicious of Batwoman Worse yet, he may be right not to trust her. Detective Comics #972 cover by Guillem March The team at the Belfry[...]
Batman Detective Comics #968 Review: A Tim-Penny Symphony
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Ulysses Armstrong is back working with the Colony, and he has plans for the organization. However, our attentions turn back to the Batcave, where the Tim Drake of the future — dressed as the Batman — is fending off Batman, Red Robin (Tim Drake of the present), Nightwing, Red Hood, and Robin with the help[...]