Red Robin continues to be one of my fave books on shelves nowadays. When he was globe-trotting under Christopher Yost’s pen it reminded me a lot of the old Chuck Dixon penned Robin mini-series (way back in the day when a solo book mini or otherwise featuring Robin was a BIG deal) where Tim was being trained / groomed as the new Robin and encountering villainy all across the world.
I’m not sure if Tim’s confrontation with Digger is a long one or whether Captain Boomerang makes it onto Red Robin’s Hit List, but this confrontation seems a long time coming since Digger killed Tim’s dad.
If you aren’t reading Red Robin, give it a try. New writer Fabian Nicieza is a veteran writer whose closing issues of Tim’s old Robin (no “Red”) series really pulled me in (as I hadn’t been reading that book). Marcus To’s art is also dynamic, fluid, and perfect for this book.
I think Red Robin may be the hidden gem book of the Batman book revamps over a year ago or so since the Batman and Robin book has sucked all the attention and oxygen from fandom.
Click on the below link for more preview images from Red Robin #15 shipping next week. More at: DC: The Source Blog.
Here is just the preview pic of next week’s issue that got me to write on Red Robin and its cover. More through the link.
Tags: Batman, Captain Boomerang, Chuck Dixon, fabian nicieza, Flash (Barry Allen), Marcus To, Red Robin, Teen Titans