Batman & Robin: Eternal, Volume 1

, #1

Paperback, 272 pages

English language

Published March 15, 2016 by DC Comics.

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4 stars (2 reviews)

Not many years ago, Batman and Robin worked the most disturbing case of their crimefighting careers: bringing down the organization of the human trafficker known only as Mother. At the time, Dick Grayson did not understand the scope of that case, but now its darkest secrets are coming back to haunt him and everyone else who ever worked with Batman!

Collecting: Batman & Robin: Eternal 1-12 & material from Batman: Endgame: Special Edition

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reviewed Batman & Robin: Eternal, Volume 1 by James Tynion (Batman & Robin: Eternal, #1)

holy fucking shit

4 stars

only negative part is that it's a little haphazard but i think that's partly because i know less about new 52 crap than anything pre-flashpoint and this kind of starts with a bang and no time to get used to the status quo. otherwise, there's an insane mystery with an equally insane bat ally teamup (most of them at least. i wish steph was here more. ok that's the second negative part) and each issue after the last raises the stakes. i prefer the pre-flashpoint backstory that cass had but damn if this one isn't compelling. mother is a terrifyingly great villain. good comic so far excited to finish it in the next volume