Robin #127

Writer: Bill Willingham Artist: Damion Scott, Robert Campanella Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 23, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
8.0Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

The streets of Gotham can be unkind, and unfortunately for the new Robin, the mercurial Batman can be worse! Just how will she fare in her initial full-blown adventure with the Dark Knight? Meanwhile, what's become of yesterday's Boy Wonder?

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 7, 2004

    Damion Scott is an interesting artist as he seems to fit into the category of artist that I normally don't care much for as his work does seem to be more invested in the delivery of flashy visuals than on telling the story in a coherent fashion. However, much like Scott McDaniel and Chris Bachalo, I find myself openly enjoying the style that he brings to the table, as the action zips across the page, and for the most part the art does manage to convey the important details in the middle of the visual chaos, as there's a nice reaction shot when Tim learns that Batman has a new Robin. I also like the visual designs of the villains in this issue, as Tiger Moth is a visually striking design, and our mystery assassin is a nice creepy presence. Read Full Review

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