Are you ready for some Batman and Robin action?  With the appearance of Prince The Flamingo, Grant Morrison is kicking the violence up to a whole new level.  This week sees the conclusion to the Revenge of the Red Hood line, and DC claims there will be some heart-stopping action.

Take the jump for a sneak peek of the issue that arrives this week (November 11, 2009).

Batman and Robin #6
Written by Grant Morrison
Art by Philip Tan and Jonathan Glapion
Cover by Frank Quitely; Variant cover by Philip Tan

In the startling conclusion to “The Revenge of the Red Hood,” Gotham’s new “protector” reveals his identity to Batman – and surprisingly poses a heart-stopping question to Dick Grayson about the future of Bruce Wayne! Plus, Robin at the mercy of Scarlet!

  • Batman
  • 32pg.
  • Color
  • $2.99 US
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  1. November 9, 2009 at 3:48 pm — Reply

    Obviously, everyone talks about the whole Prince motif on the cover, with the outfit, and the bike, and the flavin. But has anyone commented on how this Pink Flamingo looks exactly like director Jon Waters?

  2. Rowan
    November 9, 2009 at 4:27 pm — Reply

    Sooo is the phone call thing Morrison poking phone at the way Jason Todd Died ? because I think it is awesome and hilarious.

    • lifeisaglitch
      November 9, 2009 at 6:06 pm — Reply

      I think your brain tripped…AND ITS AWESOME AND HILLARIOUS! Im gonna go poke a phone right now teehee.

  3. ~wyntermute~
    November 9, 2009 at 6:38 pm — Reply

    That’s… a lot of pink.

  4. David
    November 10, 2009 at 8:16 am — Reply

    I soooooo hated Final Crisis and R.I.P. yet it’s almost worth it to get to this book. What a *GREAT* ride.

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