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Robin squares off against the Mothman, the original Blockbuster, and Two-Face--all while trying to live the life of a normal teenager. When duty gets in the way of blooming romance, Dick at last learns the impossible cost he must pay to be a champion of good.

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3.75 stars 3.75/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews

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Yeah! killer Moth! And more foreshadowing with him! Well, that is the point of the story, so I guess I should stop pointing it out like a moron. Hey! Blockbuster1 This team must have favorite villains.Two-Face, (who appears to change his suit every hour), is enacting his revenge on both the judge who had part in his disfigurement as well as Batman. With a mock trial that sends the judge to his custom gallows, Dent also manages to capture the dynamic duo with a fake kidnapping.I won't tell exactl...

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Batman as a bad father 0

I finished issue one worried Robin: Year One might be a goofy story. Even though issue two starts with Batman and Robin in their finned Batmobile chasing Killer Moth's equally flashy Mothmobile, I was in no doubt by the final page that this is a serious, emotional, brutal story. It's not afraid to hurt Robin or shine a light on Batman's flaws.Out of all the adults in Robin's life, Bruce seems the least concerned for him. The man who was forced to learn independence at a young age is trying to te...

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