Robin #118

Writer: Jon Lewis Artist: Pete Woods Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 17, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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Burdened with a horrible secret and certain there's a traitor within the Bat-group, Robin nears his breaking point. And while his investigation into the traitor's identity produces a possible lead, Robin finds himself being stalked!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 25, 2003

    A good chunk of the issue is devoted to a wild goose chase, as we see that while he's able to locate where Jaeger is and essentially cross him off the list as the person responsible for sending the package, the simple fact of the matter is that this investigation doesn't really advance the main plot. Now it's an entertaining side plot that puts on a pretty solid display of Robin's investigative talents, and I will concede that there is something to be said for the fact that this book does take the time to show us Tim's investigations do occasionally result in his following false leads, that draw him away from the main mystery. Still, there is a sense that Jon Lewis has made a regular habit of padding his stories with these side investigations that are inevitably revealed as red herrings. However, the main mystery does get a bit of movement in the final pages as we see Tim is put on a path that is likely to bring him into conflict with his allies, which should make for an interesting re Read Full Review

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