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Batman and Robin #10

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Comicscore Index
Mixed or average ratings

Based on 13 critic ratings.

SHUSH RISES!

Man-Bat’s plans have been unleashed on Gotham. The only person who can help Batman and Robin save the city is…SHUSH?!

Can she set aside her hate for the dynamic duo and help, or will she let her quest for revenge overcome her?

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
27 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0D42J4W1Z

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13 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    Geek Dad

    It’s great to see both Bruce and Damian make an effort with each other, and slowly get closer to being father and son out of costume as well. But that makes the ending all the more perfectly tied—bringing in one of Damian’s oldest supporting cast members, as well as ripping loose the open wound between Bruce and Damian and sending them both on a mission of revenge. Now that the Bat is caged, can’t wait to see where this goes next.

  • 90

    First Comics News

    No review.

  • 87

    The Super Powered Fancast

    Williamson continues to impress me with this series and how it manages to balance the dynamic duo moments with some entertaining father/son moments that I enjoyed. The story finds a great balance between the action and relationship dynamics and the arc has a great ending that I found thrilling. The story made Man-Bat an intriguing villain with a unique motivation and I enjoyed seeing Batman and Robin have to change their tactics to end the threat. Definitely a fun and entertaining conclusion that teases a new arc I am interested in reading.

    Both artists deliver beautifully detailed and visually thrilling art throughout the issue. The action is wonderfully done and creates a great sense of suspense and terror through many tense moments in the story.

  • 86

    Nerd Initiative

    With not a moment to spare, Gotham’s most famous father and son aim to end Man-Bat’s schemes once and for all. Williamson stacks the deck with a balance of family drama and fast paced action. The art teams craft a solid finale with more clues to where the pair’s journey to healing and heroics lead. There’s much to enjoy with this series!

  • 80

    AIPT

    All in all, Batman and Robin #10 is a fun conclusion to the first main arc of the series that highlights the father-and-son relationship more than anything else. For people looking for what the title promises, the dynamic duo back to their roots, working together as a team, they won’t be disappointed. It’s all about Batman and Robin here, both of them equally sharing a spotlight.

  • 76

    Comic Watch

    Batman and Robin #10 does an excellent job wrapping the current story up while not feeling rushed. Williamson has done a great job giving readers fun Batman and Robin stories while still revisiting elements from the Robin series. While all of the art in this issue is fantastic, the contrast between the two artists’ styles is quite distracting and at times feels like two different books. However, this issue leaves the series in a good place and readers should be excited for what Williamson is planning for the next arc.

  • 70

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Batman and Robin #10 concludes the Dark Man-Bat story, but it’s not exactly the best finale. The comic wraps up everything it can as quickly as it can, the fight with Man-Bat, Flatline’s involvement, Mistress Harsh, and Shush, and it all feels rushed. Unfortunately, this finale also shows how there was all this setup for the story, but they were followed up by underwhelming execution. Thankfully, the ending sets up a clash with a popular villain that should make for a very big story for the dynamic duo.

  • 70

    Dark Knight News

    Batman and Robin #10 was a mixed bag. I was more excited by the post and mid-credit/last-page stingers than I was about the actual conclusion to two 10-part stories. Is this really the end, or just the end for now?

  • 66

    The Batman Universe

    While the ending was tied up a little too neat and tidy, this remains a fantastic book that keeps the focus on the Dynamic Duo. It’s fun, and the setup for the next arc promises more!

  • 60

    ComicBook.com

    The writing here is clean, even if the pace feels just a little off, but the real “issue” with Batman and Robin #10 is the art. There are two different artists here and they have different styles and the two styles do not play well off one another. It creates a distracting effect that at times makes it feel like one is reading two separate books.

  • 50

    Comic Book Revolution

    Batman and Robin #10 delivers an ending that unfortunately does not live up to all the build that went into this finale. The way Man-Bat’s plot was resolved came across as a step back from where things started. Luckily the final third of this issue lifted up this comic book thanks to the strong dynamic Damian Wayne shares with Bruce Wayne and Flatline.

  • 35

    Weird Science DC Comics

    i #10 brings the first arc in this series to a close with lots of action and a few emotional beats. That said, Williamson’s central plot concept is poorly thought out, the script is riddled with plot holes and unanswered questions, and the art team’s disparate styles don’t mesh well. In all, this finale and the arc as a whole are a miss.

  • 30

    Batman-News

    I’ve gotten some enjoyment from previous issues but reading issues 9 and 10 made clear to me all the core problems of this arc and which retroactively make the whole thing more exasperating. If I was one of these creators, I would not want readers to look at this book and think that this is the most I’m capable of. Di Meo has drawn some very dynamic covers over the years, Williamson is currently writing a great run on Superman, and Čižmešija’s work on Sword of Azrael was beautiful. It’s so frustrating because I expect better from these creators.

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