Robin: The Big Leagues

Robin The Big Leagues Robin goes solo to battle a group of villains who take an entire hospital ward hostage The only problem is that the gang is led by his former friend Dodge Can Tim save the day and turn his friend from

  • Title: Robin: The Big Leagues
  • Author: Adam Beechen Freddie E. Williams II BrandonThomas
  • ISBN: 9781401216733
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Paperback
  • Robin goes solo to battle a group of villains who take an entire hospital ward hostage The only problem is that the gang is led by his former friend Dodge Can Tim save the day and turn his friend from the dark side Collecting ROBIN 163 167

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    1. Freddie E. Williams is the perfect artist for Robin. His sleek style, reminiscent of a less-goofy Ed McGuinness, captures Robin's acrobatic fighting style and Tim Drake's still-teenaged features.If only the writing could match his great work. The first story, about Robin's first father's day as Bruce Wayne's adopted son, is fun, though the villains are weak. The wrap up of the Dodge story, about a younger kid who wants to be Robin's sidekick, ends on a bad note. Dodge assembles a team of villain [...]

    2. A few things disappointed me with this oneThe Dodge scenario. I know, it's the main point of this collection--but my interest in Dodge ran out when he was comatose in the hospital. Sorry. On to the good stuff - seeing some Titans in this issue that weren't Wonder Girl or memories of Superboy; and the Father's Day subplot was great, as cool as Tim losing his love interest to a cute guy with more time on his hands. :)

    3. I liked what they did with Dodge's character here, but I liked what was done with Ravager's more. And, of course, Tim continues to rock the whole world.

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