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Review: Robin & Batman #3

Robin & Batman #3 has Robin facing Croc and Dick facing his trauma.

Story: Jeff Lemire
Art: Dustin Nguyen
Color: Dustin Nguyen
Letterer: Steve Wands

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Preview: Robin & Batman #3

Robin & Batman #3

Written by: Jeff Lemire
Art by: Dustin Nguyen

To reconcile his trauma and move toward an optimistic future, Dick Grayson must first confront his tragic past. Unfortunately, that step includes a confrontation with an enraged Killer Croc, who is out for Grayson blood! This action-packed issue concludes the epic tale of a young man learning to live and love in a nightmarish world.

Robin & Batman #3

Preview: Robin & Batman #3

Robin & Batman #3

Written by: Jeff Lemire
Art by: Dustin Nguyen

To reconcile his trauma and move toward an optimistic future, Dick Grayson must first confront his tragic past. Unfortunately, that step includes a confrontation with an enraged Killer Croc, who is out for Grayson blood! This action-packed issue concludes the epic tale of a young man learning to live and love in a nightmarish world.

Robin & Batman #3

The Best Comics of 2021

2021 was another strange year for the comic industry which saw a lot of changes in almost too many ways to count.

But, despite all of those changes, there were some amazing comics released.

Here’s 10 that stood out to me from the year.

The full list of everything that stood out from the year!

Graphic Policy’s team’s “best of” lists!

The 10 from the video:

Blue, Barry & Pancakes (First Second)
Story/Art: Daniel Rajai Abdo, Jason Linwood Patterson

Glamorella’s Daughter (Literati Press)
Concept: Jerry Bennett Story: Charles J. Martin
Art: Jerry Bennett Letterer: Charles J. Martin Sensitivity Editor: Brandy Williams

BRZRKR (BOOM! Studios)
Story: Keanu Reeves, Matt Kindt Art: Ron Garney
Color: Bill Crabtree Letterer: Clem Robins

Did You Hear What Eddie Gein Done? (Albatross Funnybooks)
Story: Harold Schechter, Eric Powell Art: Eric Powell

The Other History of the DC Universe (DC Comics)
Story: John Ridley Layouts: Giuseppe Camuncoli
Finishes: Andrea Cucchi Color: José Villarrubia Letterer: Steve Wands

Robin & Batman (DC Comics)
Story: Jeff Lemire Art: Dustin Nguyen
Color: Dustin Nguyen Letterer: Steve Wands

The Recount (Scout Comics)
Story: Jonathan Hedrick Art: Joe Bocardo
Color: Sunil Ghagre Letterer: Christian Docolomansky

Shadow Doctor (AfterShock)
Story: Peter Calloway Art: George Jeanty
Color: Juancho! Letterer/Backmatter: Charles Pritchett

Solo Leveling (Yen Press)
Original Story: Chugong Translation: Hye Young Im
Rewrite: J. Torres Letterer: Abigail Blackman

Stray Dogs (Image Comics)
Story: Tony Fleecs Art: Trish Forstner
Color: Brad Simpson Layouts: Tone Rodrigeuz, Chris Burnham Flatter: Lauren Perry

Review: Robin & Batman #2

Robin & Batman #2 celebrates Dick’s birthday by introducing him to the Justice League and the other sidekicks.

Story: Jeff Lemire
Art: Dustin Nguyen
Color: Dustin Nguyen
Letterer: Steve Wands

Get your copy now! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

comiXology
Kindle
Zeus Comics
TFAW


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Preview: Robin & Batman #2

Robin & Batman #2

Written by: Jeff Lemire
Art by: Dustin Nguyen

Dick Grayson is struggling in his training to be Robin, and the Batman decides the young man needs a break…and takes him to meet the Justice League! In an awe-inspiring moment, he meets the World’s Greatest Heroes…and their sidekicks! Will these teen titans get along?

Robin & Batman #2

Preview: Robin & Batman #2

Robin & Batman #2

Written by: Jeff Lemire
Art by: Dustin Nguyen

Dick Grayson is struggling in his training to be Robin, and the Batman decides the young man needs a break…and takes him to meet the Justice League! In an awe-inspiring moment, he meets the World’s Greatest Heroes…and their sidekicks! Will these teen titans get along?

Robin & Batman #2

We Live: Age of the Palladions Goes Black and White with Two Issues, and Trading Cards

WE LIVE: AGE OF THE PALLADIONS #1 BLACK

Writers: Inaki Miranda & Roy Miranda 
Artist: Inaki Miranda 
Colorist: Eva De La Cruz 
Letterer: Dave Sharpe 
Cover: Inaki Miranda  
Incentive Cover: Dustin Nguyen
$4.99 / 32 pages / Color / On Sale 03.09.22

We are back into the hopeful, apocalyptic world of Tala and Hototo. 

Year 2090. Six years have passed since Salvation Day, when Palladions, with their majestic powers, emerged as the protectors of humanity, saving the five remaining Megalopolis and securing the future of the human species. 

But nothing stays and the horizon always brings a new storm. 

These are dark times. Death, famine and desperation lurk around the streets of Megalopolis 9. The shield has lost thirty percent of its reach. The New Nature has learned to create cuts in the energy channels that power the Beacon and the Palladions. A never ending horde of beasts siege the remains of the city, increasing the desperation among the population. 

The responsibility of keeping the city afloat lies on the shoulders of Generals Nesbo and Terrassa, who have to resort to risky survival measures. The reconnection missions are the only thing that is keeping the population secure…but nothing seems enough. 

Powerlessness corners the Palladions, who fear not being able to protect the city. 

Everything is black, except for the white snow that covers with silence the dying, black present. 

WE LIVE: AGE OF THE PALLADIONS COLLECTIBLE TRADING CARDS! 

Heightening the excitement and appeal of AfterShock’s #1 selling titles, the Miranda Brothers have created collectible trading cards for each issue in this story arc!

WE LIVE: AGE OF THE PALLADIONS #1 WHITE

Writers: Inaki Miranda & Roy Miranda 
Artist: Inaki Miranda 
Colorist: Eva De La Cruz 
Letterer: Dave Sharpe 
Cover: Inaki Miranda
Incentive Cover: Juan Doe
$4.99  / 32 pages / Color / On Sale 03.09.22

We are back into the hopeful, apocalyptic world of Tala and Hototo. 

Year 2090. Six years have passed since Salvation Day, when Palladions, with their majestic powers, emerged as the protectors of humanity, saving the five remaining Megalopolis and securing the future of the human species. 

But nothing stays and the horizon always brings a new storm. 

These are dark times. Death, famine and desperation lurk around the streets of Megalopolis 9. The shield has lost thirty percent of its reach. The New Nature has learnt to create cuts in the energy channels that power the Beacon and the Palladions. A never-ending horde of beasts siege the remains of the city, increasing the desperation among the population. 

The responsibility of keeping the city afloat lies on the shoulders of Generals Nesbo and Terrassa, who have to resort to risky survival measures. Journeying outside of the city in search of food is the only thing that is keeping the population alive, but nothing seems enough. 

Fear opens its way through Megalopolis 9 like a great crack of faith that separate more and more the population from the Palladions. 

Snow covers the city with a heavy white mantle, invoking oblivion and nothingness.  

Genre: Sci-Fi / Adventure 

WE LIVE: AGE OF THE PALLADIONS COLLECTIBLE TRADING CARDS! 

Heightening the excitement and appeal of AfterShock’s #1 selling titles, the Miranda Brothers have created collectible trading cards for each issue in this story arc! 

Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen Reunite for Little Monsters in March 2022

The bestselling, award winning creative behind Descender and AscenderJeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen—reteam for an all-new series, Little Monsters. This ongoing series is set to launch from Image Comics on March 2, 2022.

In Little Monsters readers follow the last children on Earth…who also happen to be vampires. For longer than they can remember, these child vampires have lived a life of eternal wonder amongst the ruins of humanity. But shocking events fracture the group and set them on a path of discovery that will shatter their innocence forever.

Little Monsters

Review: Robin & Batman #1

Robin and Batman #1 is a debut that has high expectations but it not only meets them but exceeds them. A fantastic story mixed with jaw-dropping art.

Story: Jeff Lemire
Art: Dustin Nguyen
Color: Dustin Nguyen
Letterer: Steve Wands

Get your copy now! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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