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A Light in the Darkness

The Batman is defined by his failures. Some, like the iconic deaths of his parents, were not in fact failures of his own making, but rather those of a broken and corrupt system of justice – a failure which nevertheless is the most defining moment of the Batman’s history. 1,299 more words

Heroes

Batman and Robin 38


Today, Mark and Michael are discussing Batman and Robin 38, originally released January 21st, 2015.

Mark: One of the complaints leveled at comic books is that nothing ever sticks.

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Alternating Current

Awesomeness: Batman and Robin #38

Batman and Robin #38 – Loving Damian being back! Also loving his new found (and presumably temporary) superpowers!

Comic Books

Hamburgers.

As a child who grew up in the early 90’s I can’t help but have a place in my heart for boy bands.  I am sure there are all kinds of arguments about which one is the best and which one is first, etc.  626 more words

Review-a-day: Batman and Robin #38

It’s official. Robin has risen. Damian Wayne is back in action in the red, yellow and green. I’d say spoiler alert, but you can tell that much from the cover. 38 more words

DC Comics

Ideal 52 #6: Batman & Robin

Concept:

The continuing education of a sidekick working with the Dark Knight

Key Characters:

Batman, Robin, Alfred Pennyworth, Titus

Direction:

Coming into super powers makes the training of Damian Wayne all the more important. 149 more words

Comics

Batman and Robin #38 Review

It’s the all-new, all-different Robin!  Back before we launched the site here, we were operating over at Tumblr and I posted a photo of this issues cover moments after writer, Peter J. 436 more words

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