Review by: DemonBoy

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Art and cover by MARCUS TO & RAY MCCARTHY

Size: 32 pages
Price: 2.99

Tim Drake continues to show why he is the true protégé of Bruce.  Yes, Dick is in the cape and cowl right now but he’s a different sort of Batman.  Tim, in his Red Robin persona, is a master detective as well as a master strategist and combatant.  Fabian Nicieza and Marcus To do a fabulous job of portraying Tim as his own hero, but one that is built on the training of a greater hero.  One other quick thing: Marcus To is one of the only artists that draws Tim as the actual age he should be.  Not sure what was going on with Hulked out Red Robin in the last Return of Bruce Wayne issue.


Another surprise in this book is how Damien is actually building towards being an enjoyable character.  The brotherly in-fighting between Damien and Tim, the real son and the adopted son, make for some great conflict and shows us a side of Damien that we don’t usually get to see.


This book has become the most fun of the Bat-Books for me and was my Pick of the Week for that reason.  Batman and Robin is probably the best written, but this title is just a lot of fun all around.

Story: 5 - Excellent
Art: 5 - Excellent


  1. Such a fun book.

  2. I totally agree, and I’m glad that someone else mentioned that RR looks terrible in RoBW.

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