Red Robin #26

Red Robin #26

Writer: Fabian Nicieza Artist: Marcus To Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: August 10, 2011 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 5
8.7Critic Rating
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Ready to operate from his new HQ, Red Robin knows that before he can fulfill his crimefighting destiny, he must close out one outstanding issue. His father's killer, Captain Boomerang, was brought back to life... The time has come for him to return to the grave!

  • 10
    Comic Vine - Sara 'Babs' Lima Aug 10, 2011

    You will come away from this book a bit shocked, and I suggest you analyze Drake's actions here and weigh them against Batman's (Bruce) character. We know how they are similar, but in what ways are they the same? Does Drake show tremendous courage in this book, or fear? A fantastic end to a series, and a beautiful issue that leaves an open window for us to ask "what's next?" for Tim. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    A Comic Book Blog - Claire Smith Aug 11, 2011

    I look forward to seeing what Tim will do as the leader of the Teen Titans in the reboot. As much as I loved seeing him have his own title and work by himself, his Teen Titan days were awesome too and I believe they can be once more. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    X-Man's Comic Blog - x-man75 Aug 11, 2011

    I actually enjoyed this comic a lot. I'd have enjoyed it more if Not Old, Not Bald, Not Fat, Captain Boomerang somehow died, be it due to Red Robin or even a pure accident, but I guess I should have known better. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp Aug 17, 2011

    Although Red Robin has survived the DC Reboot (with a somewhat ridiculous costume change) this title is sadly going away. Red Robin will only appear in the new Teen Titans (with other redesigned and costume challenged teen heroes) as his own title will not be getting a reboot. So grab this last chance to read Red Robin's solo adventures while you can. It's worth it. Must-read. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    cxPulp - Blake Petit Aug 17, 2011

    The ending of the story is even a little ambiguous, ending the series with a question mark. It just doesn't feel like Tim. Even after his father's death, Tim has always been the most hopeful of Bruce Wayne's sons, Bringing his solo adventures to an end on a point of cynicism just feels wrong. It's a shame to see Marcus To leave the book as well " he's a great artist with a very effective, classic style, and he's made Tim his own. So we'll say farewell to Tim, but at least we'll get to see him in the pages of Teen Titans. Read Full Review

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