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Batman and Robin and Howard #3 (of 4)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 2 critic ratings.

When tensions from group homework projects and soccer sessions reach their breaking point, Damian and Howard are assigned a little quality time together to work out their differences.

As distracted as he has been, Damian hasn’t yet realized that Batman might need a little help of his own…

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36 pages
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  • 90


    This reimagining of the Batman and Robin and Howard graphic novel continues to be a delightful read, and part three actually provides some life lessons that anyone can interpret like not judging a book by its cover and to be kind to people because you might not know what trauma they are going through. This is a story that anyone can enjoy no matter what age they are. And Batman continues to be a goofball while being locked in middle school break room. How will he get out? Guess we’ll find out in the next and final issue!

  • 80

    It’s about time the feud between Damian and Howard escalated. I did like that it was done in a way that didn’t make either boy look bad. They’re kids after all, and jealousy comes with the territory. Damian is trying to adjust to being the new kid at school, while Howard is afraid of losing his spot at school. Batman is pretty much a secondary character, as we check on him periodically. Damian and Howard make better friends than enemies.

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