Robin #106

Writer: Jon Lewis Artist: Pete Woods Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 18, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1
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Batman returns to try and reconcile with Robin, but their tender professional moment is broken as a new villain hits the scene with a bang, hijacking the Batmobile!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 26, 2002

    A fairly entertaining done-in-one issue, that nicely plays with the Batman & Robin partnership, while thankfully avoiding delving too deeply into Batman's continuity. Now for Batman fans curious as to what Tim's thoughts are of Bruce's recent encounter with the justice system, than this issue nicely deals with this idea. I also have to say that I'm more open to Batman's presence in this book now than I was before this issue, as Jon Lewis has fun with the character interaction between these two. The mystery of how the man was able to disable all the security features of the Batmobile made for a rather cute moment, as was the discovery of how many security features that Batman has incorporated into the Batmobile to keep it out of the hands of others. In the end this is a fun issue that might annoy some Batman fans, as the character is a bit off his game in this issue, but the scene of Batman in the cramped car was amusing enough that I'm not going to complain. Read Full Review

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