Robin #117

Writer: Jon Lewis Artist: Pete Woods Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: August 20, 2003 Critic Reviews: 2
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Vague warnings from beyond time itself have Robin convinced that he's about to be betrayed by someone close to him. To complicate things, Robin doesn't know if it's someone trying to help him or trying to end his career--and his life!

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Tim Hartnett Aug 20, 2003

    I like to think of this title as another hidden wonder in the "All Ages" category that most people over 15 wouldn't be caught dead with. But it's stories like these I long for more of, and it is my every wish and intention that these creators find suitable work after their departure from this title. It sure has me hooked. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 3, 2003

    A pretty enjoyable time travel plot, that is helped considerably by the notion that the time travel angle might very well be an elaborate hoax. In fact speaking as a fan who has been treated to what has to be well over a hundred different versions of the time travel concept, I have to say that I rather hope that it is a hoax, as this would be a refreshing change. Now as is the case with most of Jon Lewis's work on this title the material does take some time to get going, and the dire warning from the future could a greater sense of urgency. However, this book continues to deliver some of the best interaction between Batman & Robin I've ever come across, as Jon Lewis displays a very solid understanding of the idea that while Batman is not the most open of personalities, he's capable of expressing concern for Robin's welfare, and isn't above playing a parental figure when he feels the situation demands it of him. The last page cliffhangers are also surprisingly effective, given the low k Read Full Review

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