Batman And Robin Eternal #25

Batman And Robin Eternal #25

Writer: Steve Orlando Artist: Ral Fernndez, Alvaro Martinez Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 23, 2016 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 7 User Reviews: 8
7.1Critic Rating
5.4User Rating

Its the catastrophic conclusion of the acclaimed weekly series that brings together all of Batmans one-time partners! Mothers trap has been sprung, and the whole world is feeling her wrath! Can Dick Grayson pull together his allies to fight an entire army of foes? Is one among them still under Mothers control? And what will become of Cassandra Cain? You wont believe how huge this battle can become!

  • 8.0
    DC Comics News - Matthew Lloyd Mar 29, 2016

    Anticipation is high for the final issue- Dick and Mothers showdown, Harpers choice and the future of the Bat-family. And a lingering question- Will Bruce make an appearance? Gotta be back for the finale in Batman and Robin Eternal #26! Read Full Review

  • 7.4
    IGN - Jeff Lake Mar 24, 2016

    Despite the wide net the series encompasses, the actual impact of the series remains limited to a few choice characters. As such, issue #25 at times feels like filler in the same way issue #24 did. The difference here is that the filler mostly works, with Steve Orlando utilizing the vast supporting cast in a way that both highlights the varied members while also reinforcing the book's core drama. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Mar 24, 2016

    Steve Orlando gives fans a penultimate issue that may continue the problems that have plagued this series from the beginning (and even adds some new ones), but still left me more satisfied than I have been in quite some time with this book.  The art was great and the story gave readers some things they've been waiting for, but it did leave me wondering what we will get for a big finish next issue. Oh well, I'm just glad I enjoyed what we got here and will wait next week for all that. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Dark Knight News - Ryan Lower Mar 25, 2016

    Overall, an okay issue for the series that sends us into next week's finale with a little less emphasis and excitement than I was hoping. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    The Batman Universe - Ian Miller Mar 23, 2016

    As we go into the finale, the Bat-family achieves several steps forward, but Mothers response promises dire retaliation. Read Full Review

  • 6.6
    Comicsverse - Tim O'Reilly Mar 25, 2016

    It isn't that BATMAN AND ROBIN ETERNAL #25 is bad, per se; it's that the series is capable of so much more. Many of the elements, good and bad, get short-changed here due to the book's weeklyrelease schedule. It's a shame to see some great ideas suffer poor execution due to editorial deadlines. Though it won't happen, this book would make a great addition to DC's animated television series. The interaction of the Robins, the expansive scope of the story"it all begs for better attention in animation. The problem is that there's so much to juggle here that the art format and release schedule aren't able to do proper justice to the story. There's always next week. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Batman-News - Brandon Mulholand Mar 25, 2016

    Considering that this is the second to last issue to the grand finale that is Batman&Robin Eternal, I was expecting the creative team to ramp things up and really get us pumped for next week. As it stands, this issue merely hit the beats it needed to hit in order to get us in position for the finale. This is far from bad, but nowhere near as exhilarating as I was expecting. Read Full Review

  • 1.0
    myconius Mar 24, 2016

    SO DISAPPOINTING!!!! why didn’t i listen to my better judgement (after the piece of trash that ‘Batman Eternal’ was) and stay far the hell away from ‘Batman & Robin Eternal’??? ……… seriously??? was this written by a 14 or 15 year old??? people in real live are NOT as naive and two dimensional as they are written in this comic!!! … the enemies are about as threatening as paper dolls, and everything happens so conveniently right on cue!!! the “heroes” need to get Mother’s trained assassin’s through portals to Midnighter, So all at once they easily punch/kick/throw all the assassin’s into the portals simultaneously. ……………. back to Harper and ‘Mother’, Mother is lecturing Harper Row why she should kill Casandra Cain. … and like a complete stupid idiot, Harper is still listening to ‘Mother’ and not punching her in the face!! …………… the art was pretty stiff and wonky in this issue. there was a scene of Dick Grayson fighting Azrael. Dick is holding some kind of metal stick of some sort? Azreal cuts through the (metal stick?) with his sword as if he were cutting through butter. Dick then takes the two halves of the freshly cut (stick?) and smashes then into Azrael’s sword causing it to shatter like glass. ….this series continues to baffle and defy the laws of common logic!!! ……thinking of the $2.99 times 25 issues i’ve spent on this so far…. ($74.75?!?!?!?!) WHAT??? i’ve wasted THAT much money on this garbage???? …i HATE you DC Comics!!!! i HATE you SOOOO MUCH for suckering me like this!!!!

  • 5.0
    Supes' soups Mar 24, 2016

    These weeklys have been disappointing. Future's End, World's End, Convergence... Gone are the days of the 52 weekly. The thing with B&RE is that is started off really promising, like even better than Batman Eternal. They could have really changed the way people think about the role of Robin and they did for about six issues before reverting back to the status quo. Other than the issues by Tony S. Daniel, the artwork has been very forgettable. Everything in this series is conservative, we've seen it all before. I hope Geoff Johns is really working hard on an interesting story for Rebirth right now because they would need a Blackest Night caliber event to save their brand.

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    EggMath Mar 30, 2016

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  • 7.0
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  • 6.0
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  • 5.0
    mrDovydas Mar 30, 2016

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