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Batman and Robin_13

• Gotham City is being devoured by zombies!

• Learn the dangerous secrets of the 2-Club!

Written by Peter J. Tomasi
Art by Patrick Gleason & Mick Gray
Cover by Patrick Gleason & Mick Gray

Price: $2.99
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Avg Rating: 3.7
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  1. flapjaxx flapjaxx says:

    Now that’s a cool cover.

  2. pmallory says:

    I was greatly underwhelmed by the ending of the last arc, but I’m thoroughly enjoying this series. Damian has been a great character since his beginning.

  3. microwave25 microwave25 says:

    Last try for me. That last storyarc was really weak and it wouldn’t be the end of the world to drop a Bat title.

  4. If there is one book that can out do anything by Snyder and Capullo it is this.

  5. DrBr00klyn DrBr00klyn says:

    Does anyone know if 2-Club means Two Face?

  6. pmallory says:

    I liked this more than I thought I would.

  7. ghostmann ghostmann says:

    What. The. Fuck?

    There I was, reading Batman and Robin #13, digging the hell of Patrick Gleason’s art and was all ready to give this issue a 4 rating – when all of the sudden, Damian turns into a 32 year old man courtesy of Tomas Giorello’s art.

    • pmallory says:

      I noticed the same thing, but I don’t think it takes anything away from the quality of the book. If anything, we are heading into yet another zombie story. I’m kind of sick of these things.

  8. psynetrix psynetrix says:

    The first seven pages of this book make the read worth it. The interaction between Bats and Damian is priceless. After this, things kinda go downhill, but if you like zombies, you will enjoy the issue!

    Please check my mini-review of Batman and Robin #13 here:

    Comments and feedback are always welcome!

  9. daningotham daningotham says:

    Man, Zombies are all the rage these days.

  10. kingpinII says:

    Tomas Giorello – destroyed the last half of this book. There is no — I mean none whatsoever — similarity between his and Gleasons artistic style. Damian what virtually unrecognizable in the the second half of this book. Sad.

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