Batman and Robin, Volume 1



Batman and Robin, Volume 1 Ebook Batman And Robin, Volume 1 Author Peter J Tomasi Thomashillier.co.uk As A Part Of The Acclaimed DC Comics The New 52 Event Of September 2011, Batman Begins Battling Evil With His Son, Damian, At His Side, Batman Now Realizes That The Hardest Part Of The Job May Be Trying To Work Together.As Batman And Robin Try To Adjust To Their New Partnership, A Figure Emerges From Bruce Wayne S Past His Name Is NoBody, And He S Not Happy That Batman Incorporated Is Shining A Light On His Own Shadowy War Against EvilCollecting Batman And Robin 1 8

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  • Hardcover
  • 192 pages
  • Batman and Robin, Volume 1
  • Peter J. Tomasi
  • English
  • 21 March 2017
  • 1401234879

10 thoughts on “Batman and Robin, Volume 1

  1. Jayson says:

    B 78% Good NotesIt retells Eden where Robin defies the father, falls to temptation, wakes to mortality, and in sin knows good and evil.

  2. Anne says:

    It s a good story, but Damien takes about 20 steps backward in the personal growth department He had matured so much while working with Grayson, that it was a bit of a let down Instead of having his trademark cool under pressure read scariest ten year old alive persona, he s back to stomping his foot like a bratty little boy when he doesn t get his way sigh Oh well.So right off the bat this Nobody character targets Batman through his Russian counterpart or at least I assumed he was from It s a good story, but Damien takes about 20 steps backward in the personal growth department He had matured so much while working with Grayson, that it was a bit of a let down Instead of having his trademark cool under pressure read scariest ten year old alive persona, he s back to stomping his foot like a bratty little boy when he doesn t get his way sigh Oh well.So right off the bat this Nobody character targets Batman through his Russian counterpart or at least I assumed he was from Russia It s time to rid the world of Batman Inc Mwahahahaha Turns out that Nobody and Bruce go waaaay back, and their story is something that Bruce doesn t want Damien to know aboutat least not yet Why he was ashamed of what happened back in the day is beyond me Didn t seem like he really did anything wrong when the secret is finally revealed.The main point of the plot line, however, is not about Bat...

  3. Jan Philipzig says:

    Well, it was okay, I guess There is a consistency to the book that I appreciated no fill in artwork, no crossovers, no overambitious storytelling techniques Patrick Gleason s clean, heavily inked high contrast artwork looked pretty solid to me a bit like Mike Mignola s, even I also appreciated the attempt to tell a superhero story that does not just move from one action scene to the next, though I can t say I found the story s reflections on fatherhood and crime fighting methods all that fas Well, it was okay, I guess There is a consistency to the book that I appreciated no fill in artwork, no crossovers, no overambitious storytelling techniques Patrick Gleason s clean, heavily inked high contrast artwork looked pretty solid to me a bit like Mike Mignola s, even I also appreciated the attempt to tell a superhero story that does not just move from one action scene to the next, though I can t say I found the story s reflections on fatherhood and crime fighting methods all that fascinating.Like so many mainstream comics these days, Batman and Robin Vol.1 Born to Kill revolves around t...

  4. Keely says:

    I spent the last two weeks reading and individually reviewing the eight issues that composed this magnificent first volume It had been an amazing journey for me to examine and discuss the character arc progress between Bruce Wayne Batman and his son Damian Robin which is the most important thing that writer Peter J Tomasi himself emphasized throughout the issues As for the villain NoBody, he explained in an afterword his very own story proposal that he submitted to the company that it w I spent the last two weeks reading and individually reviewing the eight issues that composed this magnificent first volume It had been an amazing journey for me to examine and discuss the character arc progress between Bruce Wayne Batman and his son Damian Robin which is the most important thing that writer Peter J Tomasi himself emphasized throughout the issues As for the villain NoBody, he explained in an afterword his very own story proposal that he submitted to the company that it was just the B story that adds a dimension to what he wanted to achieve in the story, and that the emotional spine and theme of the first volume relies heavily on nature versus nurture, particularly on how Batman and Robin must learn to build a relationship based on trust, love and respect even if ext...

  5. Kurt says:

    I can start by stating that there is no way this story was created for a rebooted DC Universe The characters are Batman, Robin Damian Wayne, Bruce Wayne s 10 year old son who has been raised as a trained assassin and is now in his father s custody , and a new villain from Bruce Wayne s distant past who makes his first appearance murdering a. version of Batman in Moscow Because it dilutes the brand I have a vague idea of what Batman Incorporated is all about, and I still don t get it, espec I can start by stating that there is no way this story was created for a rebooted DC Universe The characters are Batman, Robin Damian Wayne, Bruce Wayne s 10 year old son who has been raised as a trained assassin and is now in his father s custody , and a new villain from Bruce Wayne s distant past who makes his first appearance murdering a. version of Batman in Moscow Because it dilutes the brand I have a vague idea of what Batman Incorporated is all about, and I still don t get it, especially in the context of a new reader friendly DC Universe None of it makes any sense against the backdrop of what DC Comics was doing at the time So we can look at this story on its own It s a father and son story, where the father sees some of his dark side in his son and doesn t know how to handle it, so he makes some mistakes, and they both pay the price and learn some life lessons ...

  6. Artemy says:

    I don t think I ll ever like a Batman comic again After the shitshow that was Batman v Superman, I could never look at the character the same way Now, instead of a cool hero, I only see an ugly, Ben Affleck shaped grown up idiot in a stupid suit whose whole personality is based around the fact that his parents are dead After that damn movie I slowly started to lose interest in DC in general, and Batman in particular I so...

  7. Donovan says:

    On my second read, I think what people overlook about this book and this series is the fact that Bruce and Damian s relationship is the main plot, as Peter J Tomasi himself tells us in the afterword Nobody, a brilliant new villain from Bruce s training days, is the subplot which serves as a background upon which the two Waynes and Alfred play out their complex emotions And their emotions, their fears and dreams, are as dark as the night in which they fight and bloody themselves.Patrick Glea On my second read, I think what people overlook about this book and this series is the fact that Bruce and Damian s relationship is the main plot, as Peter J Tomasi himself tells us in the afterword Nobody, a brilliant new villain from Bruce s training days, is the subplot which serves as a background upon which the two Waynes and Alfred play out their complex emotions And their emotions, their fears and dreams, are as ...

  8. Chris says:

    One of the first graphic novels I read, Born To Kill still keeps me hooked from start to finish The story sees a lethal enemy from Bruce Wayne s past return to exact revenge on the Dark Knight, manipulating his difficult relationship with his son Damian, to devastating effect Writer Peter J Tomasi pens a killer story around the dysfunctional father son dynamic and deftly explores the reasoning of why Batman never takes a life.Although Damian comes across as annoying at first, his father s fla One of the first graphic novels I read, Born To Kill still keeps me hooked from start to finish The story sees a lethal enemy from Bruce Wayne s past return to exact revenge on the Dark Knight, manipulating his difficult relationship with his son Damian, to devastating effect Writer Peter J Tomasi pens a killer story around the dysfunctional father son dynamic and deftly explores the reasoning of why Batman never takes a life.Although Damian comes across as annoying at first, his father s flaws are also on display and leave the two almost constantly at odds Alfred Pennyworth is written superbly throughout thi...

  9. Sam Quixote says:

    In this book Bruce Wayne is the Batman of Gotham with his son Damien as Robin Dick Grayson has gone back to being Nightwing, and there s no mention of Batman Inc The book explores Bruce and Damien s complex relationship as Bruce struggles to be a father to a son who s had a very unusual upbringing, and Damien fights conflicting ideologies the conditioning of the Al Ghul s bloodiness or the Dark Knight s code of honour.Though there is the obligatory villain to defeat a guy with a robot spider In this book Bruce Wayne is the Batman of Gotham with his son Damien as Robin Dick Grayson has go...

  10. Chelsea says:

    I hovered between a 3 and a 4 There s nothing wrong with this book, exactly I ve just read better books about Bruce and Damian s relationship I really like the chemistry Damian has with the Batfam He s a little brother to Tim, Cass and Dick And probably Jay as well but I haven t really read them interacting He s a son grandson to Alfred who seems to have the least expectations for Damian and just accepts him as he is I think their relationship is really great because it highlights the p I hovered between a 3 and a 4 There s nothing wrong with this book, exactly I ve just read better books about Bruce and Damian s relationship I really like the chemistry Damian has with the Batfam He s a little brother to Tim, Cass and Dick And probably Jay as well but I haven t really read them interacting He s a son grandson to Alfred who seems to have the least expectations for Damian and just accepts him as he is I think their relationship is really great because it highlights the problems with Bruce and Damian s relationship Bruce wants Damian to belike him He wants him to adopt the Batman s principles the way Dick and Tim did for the most part and turn away from his training similar to Cass Instead, similar to Jason, Damian is having a hard time with that Partly, in my opinion, because Bruce keeps him in the dark a lot I don t make excuses for Damian s behavior but I think it s important that he s trying...

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