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Alternate cover edition of ASIN B00LWI2WLY In a blazing Gotham City police department, the new Batman and Robin face the bizarre, fighting freakshow that is the Circus of Strange and find that they don't make as good a team as Batman had hoped! Meanwhile, the mysterious Sasha escapes from Professor Pyg and vows vengeance on the people who killed her father. Alternate cover edition of ASIN B00LWI2WLY In a blazing Gotham City police department, the new Batman and Robin face the bizarre, fighting freakshow that is the Circus of Strange and find that they don't make as good a team as Batman had hoped! Meanwhile, the mysterious Sasha escapes from Professor Pyg and vows vengeance on the people who killed her father.


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Alternate cover edition of ASIN B00LWI2WLY In a blazing Gotham City police department, the new Batman and Robin face the bizarre, fighting freakshow that is the Circus of Strange and find that they don't make as good a team as Batman had hoped! Meanwhile, the mysterious Sasha escapes from Professor Pyg and vows vengeance on the people who killed her father. Alternate cover edition of ASIN B00LWI2WLY In a blazing Gotham City police department, the new Batman and Robin face the bizarre, fighting freakshow that is the Circus of Strange and find that they don't make as good a team as Batman had hoped! Meanwhile, the mysterious Sasha escapes from Professor Pyg and vows vengeance on the people who killed her father.

45 review for Batman and Robin (2009-2011) #2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Frankh

    This is just fantastic. I'm so relieved that I'm reading a Batman series again that makes me happy especially when I actually care about the characters and the stuff that are happening to them within an issue. It's Grant Morrison after all and I can always trust him to bring me suspenseful and action-packed stories. I'm a fan of his Batman Incorporated run whose first nine issues in 2009 before DC rebooted really got me hooked (I'll be reading his New 52 Bat-Inc. stuff by next month, actually). This is just fantastic. I'm so relieved that I'm reading a Batman series again that makes me happy especially when I actually care about the characters and the stuff that are happening to them within an issue. It's Grant Morrison after all and I can always trust him to bring me suspenseful and action-packed stories. I'm a fan of his Batman Incorporated run whose first nine issues in 2009 before DC rebooted really got me hooked (I'll be reading his New 52 Bat-Inc. stuff by next month, actually). So far, The quality of the action and storytelling that was featured here in The Circus of the Strange was enough to keep me invested and dully excited for the plot that is unfolding before me. Quitely's artwork is superbly and massively thrilling to look at especially the pages that involved the varied fighting styles that define Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne as their individual heroes. Those pages were fun to read especially since I got to see Dick in action, using his signature acrobatic moves while he's wearing the Batman costume. They were wonderful to behold; they also reminded me that Dick is the first Robin and one whom I've always loved because he was such a perfect complement to Batman long ago. Now that he has taken over the role of his surrogate father as the Dark Knight, Dick is still making adjustments, mainly on his relationship with the new Robin, Bruce's own son, who has a natural streak of aggression to him that Dick has yet to figure out how to handle. Speaking of the handsome devil, Damian Wayne was gleefully violent in this issue as expected, employing quick, brutal tactics during his fight scenes. If it was any other character, they would have been caught dead by now, but Damian has the skills and abilities to back up his arrogance--to a certain extent. Since this is the start of their partnership, Damian still refuses to cooperate and work wholeheartedly with Dick. Sometimes you tend to forget how young and impulsive he truly is until you see him arguing with adults and disobeying orders just because he believes he is beyond reproach. This makes sense or me, seeing as he had a peculiar treatment from childhood (being raised by a group of assassins had hardened this boy far too early on). Reading this old Damian in light of recent events in Tomasi's on New 52 run makes me smile. He is MY Robin although he certainly has a lot of growing up to do in this series. Just look how stubborn he, insisting that he can do things by himself as he disrespects Dick by pointing out that he will never replace Bruce as Batman: As for the titular Batman's character arc development, I'm understandably very keen to read more about Dick Grayson as the new Batman as he grows and embraces the cowl as his own. His character conflict stems from the fact that he feels like he has to fill in the shoes of a great man by compromising his individuality in the process. It's a great thing that Alfred corrects this mind-set early on. They had a great exchange which made me appreciate Dick even more as Batman. I love Bruce Wayne now and forever and he will always be the ONLY Batman for me, but if there was ever anyone who can don the cowl in his stead, it's Dick Grayson all the way. He brings so much life and energy to Batman in a way I haven't seen before and that's why I look forward to him getting more comfortable and at ease with the role he has to fill in the wake of all that has happened. I just wish that Damian would cut him some slack soon and realize that Dick is not trying to replace Bruce at all, especially not when it comes to the paternal role that Damian obviously needs. I can't freaking wait once these two finally start seeing things in their own respective perspectives and form a camaraderie. The issue ends with Damian going off by himself and steps into Professor Pyg's trap. That cliffhanger moment guarantees some exciting moments ahead. I'm going to read on as soon as I post this review! I'll end this with Alfred's encouraging words: RECOMMENDED: 8/10 DO READ MY BATMAN COMICS REVIEWS AT:

  2. 4 out of 5

    Artemis Hobbs

    Not as strong as the first issue but Alfred does give some pretty good advice for anyone trying to be confident in a role they're uncomfortable in. Not sure if Robin misgenders a character in here. Because the issue doesn't give enough information on the matter I'm filing it under "Circus Tropes" for now and with raised eyebrows. How does Grant manage to always fit weird dialogue into everything? This time it's circus jargon. Is it possible to be frustrated by a writer but also a dear admirer at t Not as strong as the first issue but Alfred does give some pretty good advice for anyone trying to be confident in a role they're uncomfortable in. Not sure if Robin misgenders a character in here. Because the issue doesn't give enough information on the matter I'm filing it under "Circus Tropes" for now and with raised eyebrows. How does Grant manage to always fit weird dialogue into everything? This time it's circus jargon. Is it possible to be frustrated by a writer but also a dear admirer at the same time?

  3. 4 out of 5

    Azuma-chan

    God! I just love the art. The story is thrilling.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Anni

  5. 4 out of 5

    JM

  6. 4 out of 5

    Vinton Bayne

  7. 4 out of 5

    chvang

  8. 4 out of 5

    Justyna

  9. 4 out of 5

    rêveur d'art

  10. 5 out of 5

    OArtista

  11. 5 out of 5

    Chad

  12. 5 out of 5

    madnesssalice

  13. 5 out of 5

    Shea Schell

  14. 4 out of 5

    calvin o.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Chayce

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    Doh

  17. 5 out of 5

    aixa

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    Bertrand

  19. 5 out of 5

    Dulce-Marie Flecha

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jenn Marshall

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    Madison

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    Ken

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    Sage

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    Cooper

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    Isaiah

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    Kiril

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    Hektor Vokshi

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    Kim Francis

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    Shane Vervoort

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    Trueno Chocolate

  32. 4 out of 5

    Tonia Edwards

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    Andrew

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    Frank

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    Stefania

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    Gary Neff

  38. 5 out of 5

    Kiril

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  42. 5 out of 5

    Del

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    Momma

  44. 4 out of 5

    James

  45. 4 out of 5

    Dávid Katona

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