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In the first part of a 3-part crossover with GOTHAM CITY SIRENS and BATMAN this month, Gotham City faces final judgment as the Angels of Death seek to spare the city by finding one person who is without sin. After putting Red Robin through physical and emotional trials, have they found the city’s salvation? What is the one thing they learn about Tim Drake that might change their minds?

Guest-starring Catwoman and Batman!


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  1. Another crossover? Alright I guess.

  2. @Minion: Did you read part one in Batman 708?  It was really good.  But, when I got to the end of the story, I was disappointed that it was a crossover, too.  I don’t like having to buy additional titles if I can avoid it, and the story, up to that point, had been told from Dick’s perspective.  I suspect that the narrative will change to Tim’s perspective within the pages of Red Robin.  Who knows if I will like it as much, or if the stroy will feel disjointed.  That said, I enjoyed the story enough that I am going to pick up Red Robin to find out what happens next.  If you’re going to read this issue, I would suggest that it is worth it to track down that issue of Batman.  

  3. @ctrosejr The solicit says this is where it starts. Guess I’ll have to pick up the last issue of Batman too.

  4. Yeah, I’m not buying those other books. I’ll get this and that’ll be the end of it. Hope it works on it’s own.

  5. Freddie Williams II? Why that’s not Marcus To. That’s not Marcus To at all!

  6. Crossover ain’t nothing but a doublecross!

  7. @Slockhart  Freddie Williams II drew the book years ago.  It was pretty fantastic back then.  I think that was during Beechen’s run.  It should look pretty, unless is style has drastically changed.

    Disappointed to see a crossover here, but I’m hoping for some good character work as opposed to the overall story arc.  Either way, I’ll pick it up because my slight OCD won’t let me have the gap in my run.

  8. Think I am about to drop this one.


  9. Surprised by how much I enjoyed this. A very interesting, dark look at an aspect of Tim’s psyche that hasn’t really been explored before (to my knowledge). Nice action, big threat, interesting conclusion and a Ra’s al Ghul cameo, not to mention fine fill-in art by Freddie Williams Part II (although he’s no Marcus To).

    I can see from the ratings that I’m in the minority here, but oh well. Good times for this guy!

  10. Looking at the Crusader this looks like a crossover with Garth Ennis’s Crossed.

  11. I was ok with this until the end. They said they were looking for an honorable man, not a christian.

  12. @Minion – Yeah, but they’re nuts. As far as I can tell, the whole idea is that there’s no way to pass these “tests,” and our heroes will have to find alternative methods of defeating these whackjobs.

    I assume. Anybody planning on getting the rest of this crossover? ‘Cause I’m not.

  13. Another crossover already? Fuck this book, I’m dropping it. I don’t read solicits and so opening this up to discover it’s part two of three after I’m back from the store is just annoying. They did it the last few issues as well with Teen Titans. The book was going fine at it’s own pace before, now I just don’t care about it any more. One less middle-of-the-road superhero book on my stack I guess.

  14. I am also dropping this title as of this week!!


  15. See … this is why I don’t like crossovers … Red Robin has been on a roll lately, and now this?

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