Robin #107

Writer: Jon Lewis Artist: Pete Woods Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 16, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1
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Before he was transformed into Charaxis, he was Killer Moth. Now, his legacy is running about town, and mysteries abound as a series of crimes is committed simultaneously--by the same man!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 22, 2002

    Jon Lewis turns in one of the strongest issues of his run, as the new arc starts up, and we see Robin finds himself looking into a situation that has the homeless community being targeted by a monster. Now most of this issue centers around the return of an old supporting character, and readers who were reading this book before the move to Brentwood Academy will probably be happy to see Ives return to these pages. The issue also has Tim largely defusing the tension that had arisen between him & Stephanie, though the last page of this issue makes it clear that Stephanie is having a rough go of it lately. In the end this issue is very much like the previous when it comes to the rather limited action one now finds in these pages, but the out-of-costume material in this issue kept me interested, and the plot involving Charaxis looks rather promising. Plus, Nightwing's popping in next month which is always a welcome visit. Read Full Review

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