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Batman had plenty of Zero Issues to himself, so this one is highlighting Robin in its entirety. Longtime readers don't get a lot of new information, but for those new readers jumping into the New 52, this gives a plethora of context to young Damian's backstory.Like Batman Incorporated #2, I'm not completely buying into this callous world domination obsessed Talia. She rebelled against her father, then basically turned into him. Her raising of Damian was just as harsh and unforgiving as her own, ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
I for one have liked this series of Batman and Robin and enjoyed how the other Robins were involved in the last few issues. I also like Gleason's art work and think Tomasi is doing a good job of getting into Damian's psychology as he appears to be the character of main focus in this series.This story we see how Damian was created in a test tube and how after hearing a story about Alexander the Great wanted to know about his father. Talia made a deal that once Damian best's her in a duel she will...5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Someday Never ComesI’m not really all that tantalized by “Zero Month.” I saw this trick back in the nineties, and the stories it produced were not exceptional. This time around, DC is touting Zero Month as an opportunity to explore characters’ back stories, but that is something DC should have been doing from day one of the DCNU as far as I am concerned.That being said, I was actually genuinely excited for the zero issue of Batman and Robin because Damian is one of the most mysterious characters...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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