The Source has released a sneak peek of next week’s Red Robin #2, and it finds Tim getting even deeper into his new role.  Of all the new Batman titles and revamps, Red Robin is my second favorite series.

Red Robin #2
Written by Christopher Yost; Art by Ramon Bachs and Art Thibert; Cover by Francis Manapul

Red Robin continues scouring the world, searching for clues to Bruce Wayne’s final fate in this new series from writer Chris Yost (New X-Men, X-Force) and artist Ramon Bachs (Civil War: Front Line)! But now he’s been targeted by the League of Assassins. What does Ra’s al Ghul want with Red Robin? Why are members of the League of Assassins being targeted for death? And what happened to the life Red Robin left behind? Spoiler guest-stars as “Batman Reborn” continues here in “The Grail” part 2 of 4.

via The Source

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  1. John Luiza
    July 9, 2009 at 10:18 pm — Reply

    Just got my copy and am ranking this as my favorite post-Bat Bat-book. (Say that five times fast!). I love what they are doing with Tim. I enjoy that this is removed from the goings on in Gotham and I think they are hitting on Tim’s psychology in a way that is believable for a super-genius detective angsty 17 yo.

    And he wasn’t drawn as bulky as in issue #1.

    I also enjoy Ra’s’ “You can try and kill him…”

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