Robin #114

Writer: Jon Lewis Artist: Peter Woods Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 5, 2003

    An odd little side adventure that has Robin running around in the backwoods dealing with hillbillies armed with video cameras, a mysterious bearded man who appears to be able to bend time and space, and a young girl who transforms into a giant monster after her brother is killed in a stunt gone wrong. Now it all ties together rather well, which is due in large part to Jon Lewis, who appears to have a clear direction he want to take this story, and as such in spite of all the diverse ideas that make up the plot, it never grows too confusing. The writing also has a strong sense of humor, as Robin comes across as a very likable character, who is quick to size up a situation, and offer up some pretty amusing observations (I loved the Sasquatch line). However the book also manages to deliver a fairly powerful moment where Tim allows his frustration to show, and this makes for a very solid display of his fighting skill. We also get a pretty solid cliffhanger to end the issue. Read Full Review

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