Robin #120

Writer: Jon Lewis Artist: Pete Woods Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: November 19, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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Robin must confront the dark fact that someone in the ranks is going to turn traitor in the years to come, plunging Gotham into a deadly war between heroes and vigilantes. If Robin doesn't learn the traitor's identity fast, he'll be relegated to spectator as the world he knows goes to hell!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 28, 2003

    Since the cover already does such a solid job of spoiling the surprise inside I don't feel it's all that important for me to make an effort to conceal the surprise. I will say that one look at the cover to this issue was enough to give me a pretty good idea of how the plot was going to play out inside, and I spent most of the issue hoping that Jon Lewis wouldn't take the story down that rather predictable path, so I was rather disappointed when he did just that. Essentially this entire arc has been an elaborate test that was put in place by Batman to test his young partner's ability to rationally deal with a rather dicey scenario, but the simple fact that this test is set within the DCU makes it a flawed test. I mean the simple fact of the matter is that time travel, and receiving visitors from the future is a fairly common occurrence, so offering up a test in which Batman acts like Tim should've known it was a trick right from the first mention of time travel requires one to pretend t Read Full Review

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