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To survive the Assassination Tournament, Red Robin must survive an attack from Scarab’s Covenant of Ka, make it to Russia in time to rescue a critically injured oligarch, track the mercenary Promise and come to an unexpected confrontation with the mysterious sister of Ra’s al Ghul!

Art and cover by MARCUS TO and RAY MCCARTHY

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carnivalofsins0006/09/11NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.6
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  1. I’ve not heard anything about where Tim is going to show up in the whole DC reboot.  I’ve been loving this book and how Tim has been used.  Here’s to staying on as long as I can to Tim’s story.

  2. Sad to say, this is a make or break issue for me. Love Tim and I LOVE Marcus To, but boy is this story dull so far. Combine that with the manic plotting and I think this may be goodbye. Don’t want to, though.

  3. @CaseyJustice  Agreed. I’d be sitting this one out, except that I preordered. This started out so strong, though. Maybe the DC reboot will do it some good (if it returns).

  4. I still constantly have fun with this book.

  5. I have consistently enjoyed Tim Drakes story for the last 20 years. I’m really hoping that he has his own title come post flashpoint.

  6. I am really displeased with the new costume of Red Robin after the events of Flashpoint.
    I liked how they were aging Tim to be older and venture out on his own.

    “Damn you DC! Dan you all to hell!” (Planet of the Apes style)

  7. The news of the new Titans reboot (which seems to be a ground up revamp of the characters) has actually made my decision for me on this one. It’s the axe for you, Red Robin. See you in your awesome new 90’s costume, Tim!

  8. It really makes me sad that all of the groundwork being laid here will be going to waste when the new reboot comes. Another excellent issue.

  9. Another solid issue. But the best part was the cliffhanger. I absolutely love how Nicieza plays up the heartbreaker quality in Tim. He’s had him get more tail from various ladies in this run than Tim has ever had in the past. And it’s always positioned to be a “how did I get myself into this?” type situation. Brilliant.

  10. First red robin issue I didn’t like just way to boring to follow.

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