Batman and Robin #18 Review

Writer: Peter Tomasi
Artist: Pat Gleason & Mick Gray

Comic books are a visual medium. I know that tends to go without saying, but not every comic remembers that.

Batman and Robin is a huge reminder of that as it is a story that is told with very little text, and none of it spoken by actual characters in the book.

Instead we are treated to an array of emotions only seen through facial expressions, body language and actions on the page.

Honestly speaking, there isn’t a lot to talk about in this book. I feel it’s something that the reader needs to experience to gain the full emotional weight of it. Breaking down big moments or plot points is useless. Hop on Comixology, or run to your local comic book shop and pick up this story. It’s totally worth it!

Recommendation: Buy It! 

Earl Rufus

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  1. March 28, 2013

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  2. April 10, 2013

    […] of the Family. This was an emotional ride for Batman, while not as emotional as the previous issue Batman & Robin 18 (reviewed by Earl) it does show Batman continuing on the different stages of […]

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