psychotime's Robin: Year One #1 review


Yep, I picked this one up! The same team did a sequel that was great, so of course I had to get their earlier story!

Robin has recently appeared, and now the criminal element has to worry about two crime fighters taking them down. This news reaches Two-Face, who wants to be updated on the information. (Foreshadowing...)

Elsewhere, the Mad Hatter is hired by some pedophile politician from a foreign country to round up young girls with his mind control technology. In the end, Robin manages to solve the case and stop the criminals, completely without Batman's help, proving how worthy he is to be working alongside the Dark Knight. Lets see what happens next!

As always, I thoroughly enjoyed the artwork from Pulido and Martin.


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