Batman and Robin Vol. 7: Robin Rises (the New 52)
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DescriptionWhen his son Damian is taken from him, Batman will stop at nothing to get him back...even venturing to the hellscape of Apokolips to take on Darkseid himself! But rescuing Robin and even snatching him back from death are only the beginning of Batman's problems. Robin's resurrection has imbued him with incredible abilities! If Batman thought that Robin was difficult to control before, a super-powered Robin could be his greatest challenge yet! What's a father to do but turn to his friends...especially when his friends are the Justice League? Writer PETER J. TOMASI (BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT) and artist PATRICK GLEASON (GREEN LANTERN CORPS) are joined by fan-favorite guest artist ANDY KUBERT (DAMIAN: SON OF BATMAN) as Batman and son are finally reunited! Collecting BATMAN AND ROBIN #35-40, ROBIN RISES: ALPHA #1, and BATMAN AND ROBIN ANNUAL #3.
May 10, 2016
6.6 X 10.1 X 0.4 inches | 0.01 pounds
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About the Author
Peter J. Tomasi is a New York Times best-selling author known for his current work on SUPERMAN and previous projects BATMAN AND ROBIN, SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN, BATMAN - DETECTIVE COMICS, AND BATMAN ARKHAM KNIGHT, along with other commercially successful books, GREEN LANTERN COPRS, BRIGHTEST DAY, EMERALD WARRIORS, AND NIGHTWING. Over the course of his career with DC Comics - more than two decades of hit books - Peter served as a group editor ushering in new eras for BATMAN, GREEN LANTERN, AND JSA along with special projects like KINGDOM COME. Peter also is the author of the creator owned books Light Brigade (Dark Horse) with artist Peter Snejbjerg, The Mighty (Dark Horse) with Keith Champagne and artists Peter Snejbjerg and Chris Samnee, and the critically acclaimed horror/drama series, House of Penance (Dark Horse) with artist Ian Bertram.
"An emotional, planet-hopping, action-packed journey" --USA Today "Amazing" --Nerdist "A sharp-looking book" --Los Angeles Times/Hero Complex "Exciting and touching" --WIRED