At least they're using RR for this. I was worried that Tim got hit with middle child syndrome in terms of robins getting adapted to other media
Middle child syndro- what. Tim has been in two cartoon series already (Young Justice and Batman: The Animated Series)! You know who gets middle child syndrome? Jason Todd. He had one animated movie and he was dead in YJ. that's it. You wanna talk neglect, let's discuss Jason or Stephanie.
I hate the way the robin suit is drawn here. I am no fan of Damian, but I won't detract from other peoples joy. I just don't like the way the suit looks like it's made of plastic bags. Can it not be smoother or something. Does Batman not own an iron and ironing board for Alfred to use. I also can't help but notice that the (R) is facing directly forward, where as his chest is puffed out a bit. I get that you want to make a point that he's robin again, but can you at least make the R not look like it's been cropped onto there. That is the end of my venting.
I just don't have any feeling on this. I was hoping it'd be good, but at this point in time I'm just left feeling blank. Like, "yeah this is a thing now". It's not excitement. It's not dread. I'm just ambivalent.
@jonny_anonymous: It's Marvel they have a little habit of making their comics to look like the movies when it should be backwards. There are a few examples Captain America becoming once again the man out of time, Loki look in his new comic, Tony Stark now is magically RDJ, Hawkeye new costume inpired by the movie (although is his costume in the Ultimate Universe recolored in the 616 version), 616 Nick Fury has disappeared being replaced by a copy of the movie version (based again in the Ultimate Universe) who claims to be his son and curiously has an eye patch in the same eye than him. And on top of that you get all the variant covers featuring the movie version of the team.
Like in here (even though Black Widow didn´t even appeared in this issue) to atract movie fans to read the comics.