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Damian Wayne will be forced to find his own path as Robin away from both sides of his family—his father, Bruce Wayne, the Dark Knight, and his mother, Talia al-Ghul, the daughter of Ra’s al Ghul, the ecoterrorist known as The Demon’s Head! After learning of the deadly League of Lazarus tournament, Damian Wayne has a new mission: win the tournament and prove he is the greate Damian Wayne will be forced to find his own path as Robin away from both sides of his family—his father, Bruce Wayne, the Dark Knight, and his mother, Talia al-Ghul, the daughter of Ra’s al Ghul, the ecoterrorist known as The Demon’s Head! After learning of the deadly League of Lazarus tournament, Damian Wayne has a new mission: win the tournament and prove he is the greatest fighter in the DC Universe! But first he must find the secret island where it’s all going down! New mysteries! New supporting cast! First appearances of new characters! And lots of fights! Includes Robin #1-6.


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Damian Wayne will be forced to find his own path as Robin away from both sides of his family—his father, Bruce Wayne, the Dark Knight, and his mother, Talia al-Ghul, the daughter of Ra’s al Ghul, the ecoterrorist known as The Demon’s Head! After learning of the deadly League of Lazarus tournament, Damian Wayne has a new mission: win the tournament and prove he is the greate Damian Wayne will be forced to find his own path as Robin away from both sides of his family—his father, Bruce Wayne, the Dark Knight, and his mother, Talia al-Ghul, the daughter of Ra’s al Ghul, the ecoterrorist known as The Demon’s Head! After learning of the deadly League of Lazarus tournament, Damian Wayne has a new mission: win the tournament and prove he is the greatest fighter in the DC Universe! But first he must find the secret island where it’s all going down! New mysteries! New supporting cast! First appearances of new characters! And lots of fights! Includes Robin #1-6.

30 review for Robin, Vol. 1: The Lazarus Tournament

  1. 5 out of 5

    Subham

    This was really good omg! It starts off with Robin returning to Talia and then learning about League of Lazarus and then going there, meeting some old and new characters like Ravager and Hawke and then new ones like Respawn, Flatline and more and I love the way they introduce the new characters and very early on we learn some dangerous new things about this island and tournament and big things happen, a moment between Damian ad Ravager and then with Hawke and also his weird origins and finally we This was really good omg! It starts off with Robin returning to Talia and then learning about League of Lazarus and then going there, meeting some old and new characters like Ravager and Hawke and then new ones like Respawn, Flatline and more and I love the way they introduce the new characters and very early on we learn some dangerous new things about this island and tournament and big things happen, a moment between Damian ad Ravager and then with Hawke and also his weird origins and finally we see how the tournament begins and its brutal. And then training session first with Ra's al ghul who seems to have changed and then with the previous robins and that moment with Nightwing was my favorite and really brings this whole volume full circle and connects to the history of Damian in such a great way! I loved it! And finally when the tournament does begin, its so full of kinetic action and fights and like the artist really brought their A-game into it and then Damian's real mission begins! Its an epic volume with loads of new characters, new lores and does well to acknowledge what has come before and does so in such a well manner and also I love Williamson's writing and those emotional moments he writes and it really pays off in such a brilliant manner plus the art is so good, especially the fights with so many characters so overall a must read!

  2. 5 out of 5

    A.J. Anders

    Williamson writes a great Damian in a fantastic start to a story seeing him leave Gotham to fight in a tournament on the mysterious Lazarus Island. Think of it as a Mortal Kombat-like tournament with DC characters fighting to the death, but with a neat twist on things. Fun stuff and will check out volume 2.

  3. 4 out of 5

    James

    This was a lot of fun. So Damian has left Bruce and gone back to his mother, Talia. While there, he learns of another league. The League of Lazarus and that they have a tournament coming up with all the worlds greatest fighters set to compete. So of course he finagles a way to get invited to this tournament which is on Lazarus Island. While there, his father’s influence shows as he starts to get his detective on. He learns there may be more to this then just the tournament. I had a blast with th This was a lot of fun. So Damian has left Bruce and gone back to his mother, Talia. While there, he learns of another league. The League of Lazarus and that they have a tournament coming up with all the worlds greatest fighters set to compete. So of course he finagles a way to get invited to this tournament which is on Lazarus Island. While there, his father’s influence shows as he starts to get his detective on. He learns there may be more to this then just the tournament. I had a blast with this. Action packed, great artwork and I enjoyed learning about this characters I didn’t know. Like Flatline, Conner Hawke and Ravager. Book ends on a super cliffhanger so I’m definitely looking forward to vol 2.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Khurram

    I really enjoyed this book. I almost finished not buy it as I really find Damian annoying. The fact is I am glad that everyone in the book also finds him annoying I think Ravager summed him up perfectly. Damian Wayne has ghosted all his friends and the Bat-family. However he is in touch his mother. There he discovers another secret set of the League of Assassins. What better way to prove himself to his mother then entering a tournament with fights to the death. I have to admit if there person I d I really enjoyed this book. I almost finished not buy it as I really find Damian annoying. The fact is I am glad that everyone in the book also finds him annoying I think Ravager summed him up perfectly. Damian Wayne has ghosted all his friends and the Bat-family. However he is in touch his mother. There he discovers another secret set of the League of Assassins. What better way to prove himself to his mother then entering a tournament with fights to the death. I have to admit if there person I don't mind getting put in his place (and getting beaten up it is Damian. A decent story with lots action, and decent artwork. Also lots of guest stars. The book finishes with a couple sketches and a varient cover gallery.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kadi P

    *More like 3.5 stars than 3.* There was no doubt that this was a good read and a fun comic but it wasn’t without noticeable flaws. The premise of Robin running away from his family, particularly his father, to investigate something in order to prove himself or atone for his past actions is nothing new (see: Batman and Robin, Volume 1: Born to Kill and Robin: Son of Batman, Volume 1: Year of Blood). On top of that, the mystery aspect felt very forced, visibly lacking subtlety as characters blatantl *More like 3.5 stars than 3.* There was no doubt that this was a good read and a fun comic but it wasn’t without noticeable flaws. The premise of Robin running away from his family, particularly his father, to investigate something in order to prove himself or atone for his past actions is nothing new (see: Batman and Robin, Volume 1: Born to Kill and Robin: Son of Batman, Volume 1: Year of Blood). On top of that, the mystery aspect felt very forced, visibly lacking subtlety as characters blatantly voiced things that were supposed to be part of Robin’s secret investigation—even to those they were investigating! The pacing felt quite rushed throughout like the plot had a lot to cover and not a lot of pages to do so and this made the fights feel like they were one punch and done, a laughable problem for a comic centred entirely around a fighting tournament. Yet, what this volume lacked in originality it attempted to make up for with some interesting characters both old and new. Seeing Ravager, a character that has previously barely existed in the property of Damian’s social circle, feature so much in this and seem to suddenly care about him so much was both odd and refreshing. Then there was the introduction of Flatline as a potential love interest, Hawke as a potential ally, and Respawn as a potential enemy, amongst other less important fighters. But with so many characters introduced at once and so many things going on with the plot there was hardly time to explore the new characters. Instead the comic skimmed the surface of one or two of them in what felt like a half-hearted attempt at fleshing out new characters and that really impacted the character interactions, making them feel awkward and sometimes staged. This was certainly not helped by the fact that Damian has always been a very awkward character himself with the kind of social skills that makes interactions feel borderline uncomfortable. Despite that, there were some good character interactions and some sweet moments. In particular, the (half) batfamily reunion during the rooftop race scene was great but bittersweet because it was far too short. Very reminiscent of the reunion scene in Grayson, Volume 3: Nemesis, it managed to capitalise on previous batfamily lore as if to remind the reader of the real reason they’re reading this comic: Damian’s ties to the larger DC universe, specifically the batfamily. Those sort of past references were where this comic really excelled. The writer had a clear understanding of Damian’s past outings, and his personality too, as he was consistently portrayed throughout as the headstrong but socially-awkward young teen that he canonically is. And that was probably why the tone of this comic was more relaxed and livelier compared to other darker comics with Damian at the helm, exploring Damian’s character in a way that seemed more appropriate for his age as a young adult. It was admirable to see the writer striving to remain loyal to Damian’s established personality whilst attempting to edge in some character growth for him. In terms of the art it was on the whole quite good. However, the artist changed halfway through and it was pretty noticeable because the original artist Gleb Melnikov had a more rounded style in comparison to the stand-in artist Jorge Corona’s style with harsher angles. But then Melnikov returned for the final two issues making the one Corona illustrated stick out like a sore thumb. The comic certainly had bigger problems than this but it was something to note.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mia

    3.5 stars Very sold start I liked focus on Damian and brief Bat family moment especially that hug with Jason.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Vicky

    This is probably one of my favourite Damian Wayne Robin arcs - it's everything I've wanted from his solo run. It fits in well with the DC timeline and his personal growth. I think his new uniform suits him and the current life situation, his interactions with his family are fun, it has a good cast, the art is great (he's actually drawn his age which for some reason, is a rare occurence), the sub plot and overarcing plot make sense and are well written. The last few pages with the different rendi This is probably one of my favourite Damian Wayne Robin arcs - it's everything I've wanted from his solo run. It fits in well with the DC timeline and his personal growth. I think his new uniform suits him and the current life situation, his interactions with his family are fun, it has a good cast, the art is great (he's actually drawn his age which for some reason, is a rare occurence), the sub plot and overarcing plot make sense and are well written. The last few pages with the different renditions of Robin uniforms are cool - a part of me wishes they kept the purple underside of the cape though.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Robin strikes out on his own, leaving Batman behind as he enters the Lazarus Tournament - but where Lazarus Pits are found, Ra's Al Ghul isn't far behind. Damian needs to win the tournament in order to finally get to the bottom of the question that has plagued him his entire life - is he demon, or detective? Joshua Williamson's Robin book is, to put it succinctly, fucking great. It may be a book about a teenage character, but it never dumbs itself down, and it deals with some heavy issues like be Robin strikes out on his own, leaving Batman behind as he enters the Lazarus Tournament - but where Lazarus Pits are found, Ra's Al Ghul isn't far behind. Damian needs to win the tournament in order to finally get to the bottom of the question that has plagued him his entire life - is he demon, or detective? Joshua Williamson's Robin book is, to put it succinctly, fucking great. It may be a book about a teenage character, but it never dumbs itself down, and it deals with some heavy issues like belonging and grief (Damian's still reeling from causing/not being able to prevent Alfred's death). It's all laid against a fun battle royale backdrop that introduces some neat new characters like Flatline and Respawn, as well as returning favourites like Ravager and Connor Hawke. And, probably the most important point, it's all just plain fun. I really looked forward to every issue of this series, and it hasn't disappointed yet. Gleb Melnikov cuts his teeth as an ongoing DC artist for this volume, with some assistance from Jorge Corona. Melnikov's art is a little Greg Capullo, a little Humberto Ramos, and a lot great. I enjoyed his Angel work, but he really seems to be hitting his stride here. Corona's never going to be one of my favourite artists, but his contributions here are minimal anyway. Damian's latest solo series builds on everything the poor kid has been going through lately and turns it into a fun-filled yarn with some deeper thoughts behind the eyes. It looks good, it reads well, and I can't wait to see where we go next.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Parker J

    *read as monthly issues* I'm really enjoying this series so far. I've never been anti Damian, but this series has given a bigger appreciation for him. Also, props for giving us Rose Wilson content (even if it is just scraps) and Connor Hawke <3 *read as monthly issues* I'm really enjoying this series so far. I've never been anti Damian, but this series has given a bigger appreciation for him. Also, props for giving us Rose Wilson content (even if it is just scraps) and Connor Hawke <3

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dakota

    Not too familiar with this version of Robin. Luckily, this was just an all around fun read so that did not matter.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Hope

    3.5 stars

  12. 4 out of 5

    Chris Richards

    I’m not a Damian Wayne fan so a new solo book for him wasn’t top of my to get list. Then I saw Joshua Williamson was writing it. I’ve loved Williamson’s Flash run, and enjoyed everything else of his I’ve read so far. I’m also aware he seems to be becoming DC’s lead writer for a while. So I decided to pay attention to this book, and I kept hearing very interesting things. So here we are, Robin volume 1, and I genuinely really enjoyed it. Damian has parted ways with Batman after Alfred’s death to b I’m not a Damian Wayne fan so a new solo book for him wasn’t top of my to get list. Then I saw Joshua Williamson was writing it. I’ve loved Williamson’s Flash run, and enjoyed everything else of his I’ve read so far. I’m also aware he seems to be becoming DC’s lead writer for a while. So I decided to pay attention to this book, and I kept hearing very interesting things. So here we are, Robin volume 1, and I genuinely really enjoyed it. Damian has parted ways with Batman after Alfred’s death to be Robin on his own terms. Tim Drake walked away to be his own Robin as the launching point of the longest Robin ongoing series so there was a nice parallel there. Damian’s grown up a bit since I last properly engaged with him, he’s 14 now, and Williamson draws on two sides of Damian: the demon and the detective. His insistence that the Lazarus Tournament is a case contrasted with his joy in the violence showcases this. The attitude of other characters towards Damian, not taking the arrogant tiny child assassin seriously, is also spot on and helps to make Damian enjoyable to read rather than insufferable. Small moments of altruism and sweet emotional beats make Damian a likeable and compelling protagonist (at last!) I particularly liked his manga book enjoyment, and his dwelling on Alfred’s death as he keeps hearing his voice - very humanising. Williamson seems to get Damian. The book is filled with an interesting cast of fellow contestants. Flatline, sidekick of Lord Death Man, is a brilliant foil for Damian and a cool character. Ravager takes on the sensible big sister role and also works well with Damian. Connor Hawke (or just Hawke now apparently) returns as a member of the League of Shadows. I never really had much interest in Hawke before and I sadly still found him bland. Finally, Respawn also didn’t work for me as a character, taking too much from Deadpool for one thing. There’s a great issue where Damian crosses paths with Ra’s al Ghul again, who appears to be full ‘hippy in exile’ mode and I loved their interactions. In his old age, Ra’s finally seems to be being a good grandfather! Damian clashes with the other former Robins soon after and I had painful flashbacks to Tomasi’s New 52 Batman and Robin run where Damian can apparently beat everyone all the time ugh. But it’s handled better here. Tim and Steph are thrown off their game by Damian’s taunt about their break up which I hated because it reminded me the two of them have been torn apart off panel and I still haven’t forgiven that. But Damian taking down Jason with a hug was hilarious. Then Dick letting him go was a perfect moment, with Williamson remembering Damian was Dick’s Robin, and even throwing a sweet birthday present into the mix. The plot is fairly simple but suitably intriguing. The book is full of fast-paced action. It is only the first half of the story and ends on quite an abrupt cliffhanger. I enjoyed the book and I’m keen to read volume 2.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ross

    This is how you write a good story arc! We begin with Damian reeling from a huge personal loss in the 'City of Bane' Batman title. He's lashing out. He's angry and he's looking for answers. Answers he can only get at a fighting tournament. There's one catch...these fights are to the death. The League of Lazarus are the hosts. Long ago separated from the League of Assassins, they're hosting a tournament of fighters. Who are they? Some you've seen in the various Bat titles. Double Trouble make an ap This is how you write a good story arc! We begin with Damian reeling from a huge personal loss in the 'City of Bane' Batman title. He's lashing out. He's angry and he's looking for answers. Answers he can only get at a fighting tournament. There's one catch...these fights are to the death. The League of Lazarus are the hosts. Long ago separated from the League of Assassins, they're hosting a tournament of fighters. Who are they? Some you've seen in the various Bat titles. Double Trouble make an appearance. Ravager is there too, getting the lay of the land. Lord Death Man brings his second to fight, Flatline. They're promised the usual glory and 'immortality' if they survive the battles to the death. Still looking for answers, Robin jumps in far too early and gets...killed. Like a match MK, you can get brought back two times for a total of 3 matches. Fight wisely! Damian better watch his back. -------- I loved that this arc gave us more depth to the Damian Wayne character. He's becoming less braggadocious and more thoughtful. His air of confidence is still there, but it's begun to be tempered. This is a strong story that builds Robin up for future adventures. Anybody who needs to catch up in the Infinite Frontier era should give this a go. Bonus: Connor Hawke! Welcome back to continuity, Green Arrow (Jr.) Bonus Bonus: Respawn? Horrible name. Seems important in future Deathstroke and Batman comics.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Does this really deserve 5 stars in terms of literary quality? Maybe not, but I had a lot of fun reading this and it's been a while since a book has made me actually laugh out loud. Thus the 5-stars rating. Damian is on a solo quest and still reeling from recent events in the Batman canon. This comic does go into spoilers for Tom King's City of Bane run so read that first if you're a stickler for continuity. This is a combat heavy volume with the youngest Robin heading to face off new foes in a d Does this really deserve 5 stars in terms of literary quality? Maybe not, but I had a lot of fun reading this and it's been a while since a book has made me actually laugh out loud. Thus the 5-stars rating. Damian is on a solo quest and still reeling from recent events in the Batman canon. This comic does go into spoilers for Tom King's City of Bane run so read that first if you're a stickler for continuity. This is a combat heavy volume with the youngest Robin heading to face off new foes in a death tournament. New and old faces enter the fold and the little demon must face his past to uncover this new mystery. A bloody, vicious and emotional time but a highly enjoyable read that I look forward to continuing. Damian is my favorite Robin and this new run did not disappoint in giving me the sass and cutting wit of the angy-est Robin. I will say there are a lot of references to past runs that one may miss if they aren't caught up so I wouldn't suggest starting with this if you're just getting into Robin... But this was a joy to read and I can't wait for the next volume.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    I'm surprised at just how much I liked this. Damian is a character that I run hot and cold on. He can be prickly and entitled and obnoxious, and sometimes that can be appealing. I think Williamson did a good job of balancing Damian's more annoying characteristics with his determination and softer undertones. That's most obvious in the issue that brings together all the Robins. It's a very fast look at his relationships with these characters, especially Dick. I love seeing these two interact, and I'm surprised at just how much I liked this. Damian is a character that I run hot and cold on. He can be prickly and entitled and obnoxious, and sometimes that can be appealing. I think Williamson did a good job of balancing Damian's more annoying characteristics with his determination and softer undertones. That's most obvious in the issue that brings together all the Robins. It's a very fast look at his relationships with these characters, especially Dick. I love seeing these two interact, and it was the brightest spot in the book. The tournament story was surprisingly engaging, for something that's going to take more than six issues to complete. Maybe that's partly because Rose has a big role, and I've always really liked her.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Clint

    I’ve enjoyed Damian’s spunk and playful misanthropy in his appearances in other comics, but hadn’t read any of his starring series before this. Thankfully, I liked him just as much as the main focus; this series has a more youthful vibe than some other BatFamily comics without feeling YA. The premise of Damian trying to figure out who he’s going to be (“Demon or Detective”) is more emotionally compelling than a lot of ongoing superhero comics, and I love his teenage interactions with Ravager and I’ve enjoyed Damian’s spunk and playful misanthropy in his appearances in other comics, but hadn’t read any of his starring series before this. Thankfully, I liked him just as much as the main focus; this series has a more youthful vibe than some other BatFamily comics without feeling YA. The premise of Damian trying to figure out who he’s going to be (“Demon or Detective”) is more emotionally compelling than a lot of ongoing superhero comics, and I love his teenage interactions with Ravager and Flatline and Hawke. Melnikov’s art is energetic and a blast to look at.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shira

    Switching to having read this volume instead of individual issues cause simpler that way. Anyways. Just started reading comics and honestly not loving a lot of them but I can confidently say that this shit? IS AWESOME. I LOVE IT SO MUCH. CANT WAIT TO KEEP READING OMIGOD ITS ACTUALLY GOOD AND ALSO MAKING ME NOT SAD. Also the art isn’t an assault on my eyes like Damian looks cute all the characters don’t look ugly as shit and that’s what I’m about.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Heath Fodor

    Awesome place for new readers! This tpb starts the Lazarus Tournament. It leads directly into The Shadow War crossover which has recently ended. The artwork and writing is top notch. If you aren't hooked by the last panel of the first issue, then I have no words. Joshua Williamson needs to stay on Robin forever. Or at least for a huge run. Read this! It is like The Hunger Games if twisted by the Leagues. Awesome place for new readers! This tpb starts the Lazarus Tournament. It leads directly into The Shadow War crossover which has recently ended. The artwork and writing is top notch. If you aren't hooked by the last panel of the first issue, then I have no words. Joshua Williamson needs to stay on Robin forever. Or at least for a huge run. Read this! It is like The Hunger Games if twisted by the Leagues.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Trevor Kidd

    I enjoyed this a lot more than I expected to. I read it to catch up on background for the Shadow War event. Damian Wayne isn't usually one of my favorites and the tournament set up doesn't normally appeal to me, but the writing is pretty decent and it's fast moving with a driving central mystery: What are the Lazarus people up to? I enjoyed this a lot more than I expected to. I read it to catch up on background for the Shadow War event. Damian Wayne isn't usually one of my favorites and the tournament set up doesn't normally appeal to me, but the writing is pretty decent and it's fast moving with a driving central mystery: What are the Lazarus people up to?

  20. 5 out of 5

    Luke Malone

    At first I wasn't really interested in this, but having just finished issue #6, I can say that I really enjoyed it! Great art, fun action, and interesting character moments across the board make this a fun read. This is my first Damian solo title I've read, and I'm really intrigued by the character. I hope we see more spotlight on some of the supporting characters in future installments. At first I wasn't really interested in this, but having just finished issue #6, I can say that I really enjoyed it! Great art, fun action, and interesting character moments across the board make this a fun read. This is my first Damian solo title I've read, and I'm really intrigued by the character. I hope we see more spotlight on some of the supporting characters in future installments.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mary Grace

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Loved this. Damian’s characterization was very funny. Talia was drawn so beautifully. The one issue where all the robins came to find Damian was delightful, and the frame where he hugged Damian? Heartbreaking. Rose Wilson was a standout here, her and Damian’s sibling vibe helped temper his obnoxiousness. Overall? Loved it 10/10 no notes

  22. 4 out of 5

    Alek Hill

    I loved the stylized art, the redesign of Damian, and the new characters. This is also one of the few times I've read a story with Damian where I didn't find him obnoxious. So far the story deals with the turmoil his character has been struggling with since Alfreds death. However it is running a little vague with what the evil plot is. Focusing more on Damian than the tournament itself. I loved the stylized art, the redesign of Damian, and the new characters. This is also one of the few times I've read a story with Damian where I didn't find him obnoxious. So far the story deals with the turmoil his character has been struggling with since Alfreds death. However it is running a little vague with what the evil plot is. Focusing more on Damian than the tournament itself.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Yuri

    the story has been very fun so far, the character interactions are on point and so are the continuity callbacks, I recommend this, the idea of Damian going on mortal combat like tournament arc is pretty crazy but very fun and has been well executed so far, the art is also great for the most part :)

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dave

    This had a bunch of stuff I love; beautifully rendered kinetic action, martial arts tournaments, ancient mysteries, a hint of horror, and poignant and tender Batfamily dynamics. I loved it. Now I have to track down the other issues and get current with this series

  25. 5 out of 5

    Josh Breeding

    Great art and great story. I don’t think that you should take the killing too seriously in the story. I like how there are plenty of lite hearted elements in the book. Damian Wayne is my favorite character.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dani

    i'm so glad i've picked up this series i haven't explored other dc characters but this one's a good start for robin i think!! i didn't know batman had a son tbh LMAO also, let's talk about the art gleb melnikov you got a new fan i'm so glad i've picked up this series i haven't explored other dc characters but this one's a good start for robin i think!! i didn't know batman had a son tbh LMAO also, let's talk about the art gleb melnikov you got a new fan

  27. 5 out of 5

    Derek

    I'll always pop for a Mortal Kombat tournament. Some old lady explaining the rules of fighting to the death is extremely my shit. Shame Williamson is leaving this book soon, would love to see more of the supporting cast introduced here just hanging out. I'll always pop for a Mortal Kombat tournament. Some old lady explaining the rules of fighting to the death is extremely my shit. Shame Williamson is leaving this book soon, would love to see more of the supporting cast introduced here just hanging out.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nick Stallaerts

    This story is fire! It exceeded my expectations and makes me like Damian more than before. The issue with the Bat-family was the best, especially the interaction with him and Dick Grayson

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mario Alba

    Interesting story and FANTASTIC art! I never thought I'd be reading a Robin comic, but this was sooooo good! Interesting story and FANTASTIC art! I never thought I'd be reading a Robin comic, but this was sooooo good!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    I really enjoyed this! Damian in good ole mortal Kombat tournament arc on a island. Williamson writes him well, and it's great to see some familiar sidekicks. I really enjoyed this! Damian in good ole mortal Kombat tournament arc on a island. Williamson writes him well, and it's great to see some familiar sidekicks.

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