Batman: Gotham Adventures #57

Writer: Scott Beatty Artist: Tim Leavins Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Riddle me this! Bent on proving he's the smartest of all villains, the Riddler captures Batman and goes one-on-one with Robin, preying on his worst fears.

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jan 2, 2003

    Due to the absence of Batman, this is the least visually exciting issue of the run. However, the art team succeeds in making Robin resonate as an action hero. The anatomy and his acrobatic antics are in keeping with how he looks and acts on the series, and the book is not without its usual attention to aesthetics. Interesting enough the colors of Robin's uniform actually make much more sense given Gotham's perpetual red skies and seem less like a glaring bulls-eye. Read Full Review

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