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Batman vs. Robin: Road to War

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A storm is coming…and a battle years in the making between Bruce Wayne and Damian Wayne is on the horizon. A major turning point in the lives of Batman and Robin brought to you by writers Robbie Thompson (Suicide Squad, Teen Titans), Peter J. Tomasi (Batman & Robin, Detective Comics), and Joshua Williamson (The Flash, Dark Crisis), featuring stunning artwork by Eduardo Pan A storm is coming…and a battle years in the making between Bruce Wayne and Damian Wayne is on the horizon. A major turning point in the lives of Batman and Robin brought to you by writers Robbie Thompson (Suicide Squad, Teen Titans), Peter J. Tomasi (Batman & Robin, Detective Comics), and Joshua Williamson (The Flash, Dark Crisis), featuring stunning artwork by Eduardo Pansica (Suicide Squad), Gleb Melnikov (Jinny Hex, Robin), and more! Collects Teen Titans #43-44, Teen Titans Annual #2, Detective Comics #1032-1033, and a two-part backup feature that sets the stage for a new chapter in the life of Damian Wayne, originally presented in Batman #106 and Detective Comics #1034.


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A storm is coming…and a battle years in the making between Bruce Wayne and Damian Wayne is on the horizon. A major turning point in the lives of Batman and Robin brought to you by writers Robbie Thompson (Suicide Squad, Teen Titans), Peter J. Tomasi (Batman & Robin, Detective Comics), and Joshua Williamson (The Flash, Dark Crisis), featuring stunning artwork by Eduardo Pan A storm is coming…and a battle years in the making between Bruce Wayne and Damian Wayne is on the horizon. A major turning point in the lives of Batman and Robin brought to you by writers Robbie Thompson (Suicide Squad, Teen Titans), Peter J. Tomasi (Batman & Robin, Detective Comics), and Joshua Williamson (The Flash, Dark Crisis), featuring stunning artwork by Eduardo Pansica (Suicide Squad), Gleb Melnikov (Jinny Hex, Robin), and more! Collects Teen Titans #43-44, Teen Titans Annual #2, Detective Comics #1032-1033, and a two-part backup feature that sets the stage for a new chapter in the life of Damian Wayne, originally presented in Batman #106 and Detective Comics #1034.

48 review for Batman vs. Robin: Road to War

  1. 5 out of 5

    Clay Bartel

    I've been working my way towards picking up Robin Vol. 1 by Williamson and have been waiting for Batman Vs. Robin to be collected, so when Batman Vs Robin Road to War came out I was very excited to read this. Normally I collect Batman and Batman related books quite minimally. Batman has always interested me in film more than in the comics and Superman and the many minor characters in DC have always be my go to for comic reading. But from time to time Bat books get me excited. Whoa! I don't know why I've been working my way towards picking up Robin Vol. 1 by Williamson and have been waiting for Batman Vs. Robin to be collected, so when Batman Vs Robin Road to War came out I was very excited to read this. Normally I collect Batman and Batman related books quite minimally. Batman has always interested me in film more than in the comics and Superman and the many minor characters in DC have always be my go to for comic reading. But from time to time Bat books get me excited. Whoa! I don't know why exactly but Damian has always been of a lot of interest to me. The sort of Son Of the Demon and of the Bat has been a cool concept and I love Damian's edge and willingness to be violent. Road to War perfectly sets up Robin Vol 1 and has created a lot of excitement for me ... so much so I'm tempted to collect the singles of the Batman Vs Robin story rather then waiting for the collection. I definitely know my next visit to the comic shop will mean buying Robin Vol 1. Loved Road to War! Highly recommend!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    I'm usually not a fan of cross-comic collections like this, but this one seemed like a pretty good primer for the upcoming Batman vs Robin comic by Mark Waid. And, it was. It's a believable story of how Damian is falling from grace, and thus a nice character-piece. I enjoyed reading it, even with other plotlines from comics left unfinished. My only issue was with the plot itself, since Robin gives up the Robin symbol, but then suddenly is wearing it again in a new form. What happened there!? Hope I'm usually not a fan of cross-comic collections like this, but this one seemed like a pretty good primer for the upcoming Batman vs Robin comic by Mark Waid. And, it was. It's a believable story of how Damian is falling from grace, and thus a nice character-piece. I enjoyed reading it, even with other plotlines from comics left unfinished. My only issue was with the plot itself, since Robin gives up the Robin symbol, but then suddenly is wearing it again in a new form. What happened there!? Hopefully it'll be explained in one of the upcoming comics, because it feels like something was left out.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Vicky

    I’m not too big a fan of the teen titans rebirth so it did feel like I was dragging my feet throughout the first few issues but afterwards, it was pretty solid. You see Damian dealing with grief and guilt as well as his moral conflict – one of my favourite things about Tomasi’s writing (even if he only wrote one issue in this) is how he writes family dynamics and their relationships. As someone’s who has read Williamson’s Robin run – this does a pretty good job of setting up. 3.5 stars rounded u I’m not too big a fan of the teen titans rebirth so it did feel like I was dragging my feet throughout the first few issues but afterwards, it was pretty solid. You see Damian dealing with grief and guilt as well as his moral conflict – one of my favourite things about Tomasi’s writing (even if he only wrote one issue in this) is how he writes family dynamics and their relationships. As someone’s who has read Williamson’s Robin run – this does a pretty good job of setting up. 3.5 stars rounded up to 4

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