Advanced Review: Batman and Robin #10
Red, Red Robin --
Ever wonder what would happen if you called a meeting of all the Robins in the
Wonder no more, because Batman and Robin #10 answers those questions and more as Peter J. Tomasi weaves a wonderful story of friendship, betrayal, secrets learned and secrets kept in this opus surrounding Terminus.
Spoilers? Just a peak: Red Robin learns of Damian’s betrayal (shades of mama!) as a fun slew of “Gotham’s Most Wanted” unite together to bring about Bats’ downfall. Even John Walsh would be helpless in this case!
Tomasi is so good on a book that is difficult to write because of its placement in the Batman lineup. Equally there for the cause are artists Patrick Gleason and Mick Gray who create such a great mood right from the beginning panels. Kudos also to the mood-inspired colors of John Kalisz who carries the tone of the story well from panel to panel.
As I said, it is a difficult book to write, but this team does it right.