Batman and Robin and Howard OGN
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Batman and Robin and Howard OGN

Writer: Jeffrey Brown Artist: Jeffrey Brown Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: November 10, 2021 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 2
9.3Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

To Damian Wayne, there is nothing more important than protecting the streets of Gotham City as Robin. But when he makes a critical mistake while out on patrol, Damian finds himself benched. And what’s more, Damian’s dad, Bruce Wayne-a.k.a. Batman-decides that starting over in a new school will be just the distraction Damian needs from his superhero routine. Certain that Gotham Metro Academy has nothing to teach him, Damian is completely unprepared for the challenge he finds in Howard-the smartest and most athletic kid in school. The boys’ rivalry is instantaneous and fierce…and both are sure only one of them can be the best in their c more

  • 10
    Impulse Gamer - Tim Chuma Oct 18, 2021

    While this is aimed at a younger readership I would recommend fans of Batman and Robin have a look at it to see if you would like it as it something you dont usually get to see from stories with superheroes just living normal lives. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Nov 9, 2021

    While this is definitely a book for younger readers, it's another impressive example of just how good DC is at this all-ages line. Talented cartoonists and creators from outside of comics are reinventing these characters in ways that feel fresh while still being immediately recognizable. Watching Damian and Howard go from enemies, to friends, to crimefighting allies is a lot of fun and there is room for many future adventures featuring this oddball crimefighting team. I kind of want to see Damian and his new friends cross paths with the rest of Gotham's residents. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Dark Knight News - Steve J Ray Nov 12, 2021

    Batman, Robin & Howard is a joy to read. With Christmas and the holiday season around the corner, this graphic novel is right at the top of my list of gift recommendations. It's a story that will make you think, feel, and laugh out loud. This is a book I will happily read again myself, but cannot wait to read to nieces, nephews, and to my friend's kids too. Read Full Review

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