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Batman & Robin : : Batman Reborn

Graphic Novel - 2010 Teen Graphic Novel / Batman, Teen Book / Comics & Graphic Novels / Superheroes / Batman 7 On Shelf No requests on this item Community Rating: 4.5 out of 5

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On Shelf At: Downtown Library, Malletts Creek Branch, Pittsfield Branch, Traverwood Branch, Westgate Branch

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"Originally published as Batman and Robin 1-6."--T.p. verso.
Batman Reborn. Part one: domino effect -- Part two: the circus of strange -- Part three: mommy made of nails. Revenge of the red hood. Part one: red right hand -- Part two: scarlet -- Part three: flamingo is here -- Sketchbook.
"Batman Reborn" begins here. The new Dynamic Duo hit the streets with a bang in their new flying Batmobile as they face off against an assemblage of villains called the Circus of Strange. They also tackle their first mission investigating a child who's been abducted by the mysterious Domino Killer. But will everything go smoothly? And who exactly are the new Batman and Robin? The newest era of The Dark Knight begins here!


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New Batman and Robin submitted by Brad B. on December 9, 2010, 7:55pm Grant Morrison has done great things with Batman and Robin lately, breathing in new life by seemingly changing everything that once was. Some people have found the change difficult, but you can't argue that Morrison isn't trying something new, because this comic is bold. Batman and Robin: Batman Reborn has a new team up. It's Dick Grayson (the old Robin) as Batman, and Damian (Bruce Wayne's son) as Robin. It's almost raucous, full of action and clever fight scenes, and a sense of mystery. The characterization is spot on, and there's new, twisted villians who are just as creepy and dementedly iconic as any villian of old. It's, well, fun. I admit It's made me excited to read the next installment as it's come out just to find out what will happen. And, well, that's exactly the sign of a good comic...

batman submitted by nasuaada on July 25, 2011, 9:03pm batman is one of the best superheroes ever

Magic submitted by Fevvers - STAR473 on August 10, 2013, 4:17am Exciting, funny, an unexpectedly appealing team-up between young Damian Wayne and ex-Robin Dick Grayson, and a match made in comic book heaven with Grant Morrison and Frank Quitley. I found it far creepier and much gorier than anticipated,but it is mesmerizing material. Batman/Bruce Wayne is presumed dead, and Nightwing dons the Bat-cowl with scowling and clever Damian Wayne in Robin gear at his side-- well, at his side when not tearing after a slippery villain, looking into Wayne Enterprises, or just generally doing his own thing.

Batman & Robin submitted by avrogers1 on July 17, 2018, 12:18pm I loved this comic! It had a really interesting storyline. They did a great job, it's funny and unpredictable and keeps you interested. The art is phenomenal! It's detailed, colorful, and compliments the text perfectly!

Classic submitted by majean on August 16, 2018, 8:28pm This is a must-read Batman comic.

Start of a great run submitted by valjean on August 30, 2018, 6:18am This directly follows Batman R.I.P. (available at the AADL) and Grant Morrison's Final Crisis (not available :( ), and immediately follows Batman: Battle for the Cowl (available at the AADL). This story breathes fresh life into Batman, showing what it is like without the dark trauma of Bruce Wayne driving the Batman. Even the unruly Damien is uplifted by Dick Grayson's optimism (even though it is subdued by the burden of becoming Batman). Grant Morrison sets up a years long story arc around Damien here that concludes in Batman Incorporated and still resonates with me today.

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New York : DC Comics, c2010.
Year Published: 2010
Description: 168 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm.
Language: English
Format: Graphic Novel


Morrison, Grant.
Quitely, Frank.
Tan, Philip.
Glapion, Jonathan.

Batman (Fictitious character)
Robin the Boy Wonder (Fictitious character)
Graphic novels.