Robin #113

Writer: Jon Lewis Artist: Pete Woods Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 16, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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Robin's out of Gotham and in deep trouble! Trailing arms dealers who've been flooding the streets of Gotham with illegal weaponry seemed easy, but now Robin has stumbled into a small town with some dirty secrets. Meanwhile, back in Gotham, Spoiler searches for insight into her dead father's life.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 30, 2003

    An issue that does jump around a bit more than it should, and the situation Robin has gotten himself entangled in feels a little too far off the beaten path, and I hope the following chapters will bring more clarity. However, I do get the sense that confusion is suppose to be part of the story, as Robin seems to be just as uncertain about the situation as we are. The little sideshow involving the young boy is an odd enough idea that I'm curious where the story is heading next, and the situation involving Tim's father is also a fairly solid little subplot that looks like it might make a major impact on this book's status quo. However the highlight of this issue has to be Stephanie's dealings with the Riddler, as watching her attempt to get a straight answer out of the villain was rather amusing, though there was also a nice hint of danger in the air, as it's clear the Riddler is holding cards Stephanie doesn't know about, and he's also a bit mixed up in the head, which makes him rather Read Full Review

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