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Batman and Robin #11

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Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 10 critic ratings.

Bruce and Damian plan the perfect father and son getaway… to DINOSAUR ISLAND?!

When the dynamic duo uncovers a deadly family secret, their investigation takes them on a fun-filled adventure to rescue one of Batman’s greatest enemies!

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Kindle Edition
Print Length
24 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0D8QTXN4S

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10 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 96

    Batman on Film

    Williamson has Batman feel more in charge of this outing, but still makes it feel like this book is Damian’s by giving him some excellent character beats. If you can get past the outlandish premise (this isn’t detective work on the streets of Gotham), there’s some magnificent art and a fun story with a dash of pathos to enjoy!

  • 95

    Geek Dad

    The dramatic shift from the canyons of Gotham to an island of monsters called for a stylistic change, so it’s good to see DC found the perfect artist for it. I actually think this might be the best issue of the series so far.

  • 95

    AIPT

    Batman and Robin #11 is an amazing beginning to a new arc. An arc that has dinosaurs, a fight with T-Rexes, and the return of a fan-favorite villain in Bane. It’s also not without its mysteries, with how Bane is seemingly back as a pseudo-anti-hero as opposed to the capital V villain he has been previously. Oh, and also don’t forget the dinosaurs.

  • 88

    Nerd Initiative

    Batman and Robin #11 is a stellar start to the Dinosaur Island arc. It delivers a perfect blend of action, emotion, and adventure, with top-notch writing and art that captivates readers from start to finish. The issue promises a thrilling journey ahead, with both physical and emotional battles that will keep fans eagerly anticipating the next installment.

  • 82

    Comic Watch

    Batman and Robin #11 is a breath of fresh air for this series and has the makings of a fun and memorable arc. It feels that the series has found its footing with this issue and it also marks a great time to jump in.

  • 80

    Dark Knight News

    Batman and Robin #11 was a great kick-off for the father/son heroes to embark on their next challenge. I’m excited to see in which direction this series goes next.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    The issue’s got action, flashbacks, a Damian that acts on emotion rather than logic, father and son dynamic, and dinosaurs. It’s a pretty good one.

  • 75

    Comic Book Revolution

    Batman and Robin #11 is all about setting the stage for the Dynamic Duo vs Bane and Vengeance. This is a fight that has been a long time coming and that is exactly what is put over in this issue. On the Dynamic Duo side, we see how heavy the weight Damian Wayne is carrying over the guilt in witnessing Alfred Pennyworth’s death. That made finding Bane making his fresh start on Dinosaur Island an intriguing setting. The importance the setting will play into this story arc is thanks to how well Juan Ferreyra puts that element over. It all builds the foundation for what should deliver a lot of great character developments.

  • 72

    The Super Powered Fancast

    Williamson creates some fun tension in this issue mixed with moments that are implausible and a little cringe worthy. The beginning of this arc is starting to feel annoyingly like the last one with Batman acting as a passenger in Damian’s adventures. There are some interesting interpersonal dynamics at play and definitely acts as a vehicle for Damian to deal with his own issues with Bane, but I don’t know if that’s going to be enough to keep me invested. The father/son dynamics continue to be interesting at least, but the reveal at the end of this issue made my eyes roll.

    Ferreyra delivers some entertaining art in the issue. The visuals are engaging and have some great thrills throughout.

  • 66

    The Batman Universe

    By choosing to invoke the death of Alfred, the editors are confirming that this is the Third Book.

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