I only need one Robin, but I can accept the three that came after him as well. It was published on November 25, 2015. This series focuses mainly on six different Robins as they fight crime together. We start getting layers of charter development as the team builds. Robin is a finished comic book series published by DC Comics with Lee Bermejo as dual artist and writer, along with other artists Rob Haynes, Jorge Corona, and Khary Randolph. The multiculturalism, for which it has been praised, feels organic more than doctrinaire. The Robins are all sat upon a rooftop when Duke arrives; he briefs them on the situation with the bombs and they all compare information regarding the man who is running things and who recruited them all. When the dialog is so awful you can't read it. Some of the characters were a bit cliched, but overall they were distinct enough to be interesting. Duke awakens in a police interrogation room sat with a man who asks for details but, discovering that Duke is unresponsive to police, makes an offer to help find Duke's missing parents if he helps with the bombs planted by the underground army. Solid art and colors.The idea of a social movement of Robin-vigilantes is intriguing ... but Bermejo never really takes advantage of it. No, HUNDREDS of new Robins! It's a pretty unique way to start his story as one of the Batfam. In general, the best thing about it, is that it's not "forcing" any of the issues. Back to Comics Contents: Comics W: We Are Robin Vol 1 The Boy Wonder has inspired a movement in Gotham, where different people of all creeds, colors, genders and religions have donned the "R" insignia to combat crime. That mini crossover event hasn't happened here yet. The Nest's video surveillance follows the underground army's preacher, explaining that he is a puppet of a much larger evil. I liked the art, but I found the characterization to be lacking and I don't feel like this has anything new to say about vigilantes or youth activism.

Overall a fun, enjoyable yet reflective read. Where the plot is so dumb there's no questioning it. Discuss We Are Robin Vol 1 7 on the forums; Cover gallery for the We Are Robin series; Images from We Are Robin Vol 1 7; Recommended Reading Links and References No special notes. Maybe there was some earlier books I should have read that introduced this movement more. Don't miss the start of this new series from rising star writer Lee Bermejo (JOKER, SUICIDERS). We Are Robin General Information Type: Monthly Series Total Issues: TBA Published: June 24, 2015 Creators: Lee Bermejo Khary Randolph Rob Haynes Contents[show] History Spinning out of the pages of BATMAN! A new Robin?

Jorge Corona; Jail Birds - Robin War Part 4. An hour passes and no one has been sent in to collect Duke and when he turns the door handle he finds it unlocked and that the police station was in-fact just one room inside a warehouse. I'm going into the vigilante business. 0606385800 Collecting WE ARE ROBIN #1-6 and the sneak peek story from CONVERGENCE: NEW TEEN TITANS #2! The idea that there are other Robins than our core six is only addressed once, and it's more confusing than anything, because it's not clear if they're part of the story or not. This trade paperback collects the first six issues of the 2015 on-going series and the Painful to read between the text-message style and the 'edgy' names that bring the story to a halt every time one pops up because they make the brain scream TYPO TYPO TYPO. Print Digital Find A Store. But it has enticed me to read volume 2. "Somos Guasones" (Parte 5) Portada John Romita Jr. Información Fecha 27 de abril de 2016 Portada Lee Bermejo (portada)John Romita Jr, Danny Miki, Brad Anderson (JRJ) Escritores Lee Bermejo Pinceles Jorge Corona, Rob Haynes Tinta Jorge Corona Color Trish Mulvihill "Ciudad Gótica podrá ser un lugar de violencia, pero también es un lugar de héroes. Writers. a . Need another excuse to treat yourself to a new book this week? This page contains information about We Are Robin (Volume 1). Solid storytelling, the artwork at times was chaotic, but mostly well done. This was pretty enjoyable! I'm not a huge DC/Marvel comic book fan (despite loving the shows/movies) so I never go into these types of things with incredibly high hopes. No, hundreds of new Robins!

Reprints We Are Robin #1-6 (August 2015-January 2016).

There's terrible comics.

Not that I needed much persuasion anyway, the characters in We Are Robin are just as vibrant and diverse- (did I honestly read a page with classic 3D glasses? An updating of the "teen force" trope in comics...not a ton of new ideas here, but the texting angle works well and doesn't feel forced.
Duke y Riko están atrapados dentro como estudiantes normarles—¿podrán Dax e Izzy llegar a ellos a tiempo? Too bad to because was interested in the concept. Or maybe I could seWanted to read this because it sounded cool, needed to read this after it was referenced in Gotham Academy. 1: The Vigilante Business (We Are Robin #1) We Are Robin, Vol.