As the Forever Evil villains event continues this month in DC, we’re learning very interesting things about the baddies, and this issue is no exception!
Hot Toys has a few series on display at SDCC. One of which is a fantastic looking set of Batman and Robin along with the Batmobile from the classic show. Take the jump for a look.
Or – “Those Klingon Bastards Killed My Son!”
The loss of Damian Wayne has been a devastating blow for Batman and his extended family, especially coming immediately after their estrangement thanks to the labyrinthine lunacy of The Joker. Faced with the loss of his son, how far will The Batman go? And is he trying to avenge his boy, or something even more disturbing? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “The Horror Of A Grieving Parent…”
Having just completed the birthday party for my now-nine-year-old, I can’t even imagine what Bruce Wayne is going through having lost one of his ever-growing bat-brood. Even in a world where resurrection is a possibility, death can still be meaningful, but is this the issue that proves that truism? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Batman and Robin have a brief father-son bonding moment before hurricane Joker hits in upcoming issues. Also, zombies.
Bruce Wayne has a son, a genetically engineered cold-hearted offspring of him and Talia al Ghul. Hoping to deprogram Damian Wayne from the teachings of the League of Assassins, Batman enlists his son’s help on his crime fighting adventures as Robin. Can Robin curtail his murderous tendencies to achieve his goals of being a hero like his father?
According to WhatSellsBest.com a vintage pair of Batman & Robin Bobbleheads sold on eBay this past week for close to $20,000.
Parents have the tendency to talk about how rebellious their child is. But ask yourself this parents, “Has my child ever ran away to be trained by an assassin who wants to teach him to harness his anger in a more destructive way?” No? I guess you don’t have it that bad then.
Bruce is the sole bat, Damian’s the kid brat, and Alfred’s gonna eat his hat in this month’s Batman and Robin #1! (Spoiler alert: Alfred doesn’t actually have a hat. But the guy killing Bat-men has a cool looking mask!)
The last issue of this volume of Batman and Robin arrives in stores this week, and DC Comics has released a sneak peek, that you can check out after the jump.
DC Comics released a sneak peek of Batman and Robin #21 by Peter J. Tomasi, with art by Patrick Gleason and Mick Gray.
What do you do when your new villain has a hole in her head? If you are Batman and Robin, you let her try and drill a hole in their heads.