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All Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder #9A Comic – 1 Apr 2008


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  • Publisher: DC Comics - Back Issue Comic (1 April 2008)
  • ASIN: B0015PPBJO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Keith on 3 Sep 2014
Format: Paperback
The All Star line was a introduced by DC Comics to retell stories of DC's best known characters free of continuity.

Created by two of the best in industry, Written by Frank Miller and illustrated by Jim Lee. This 2005-2008 series is the modern retelling of Batman recruiting young Dick Grayson in his war on crime featuring appearances of Superman, Hal Jordan, Wonder Woman, Black Canary among others this was an interesting and enjoyable read. Although the series was not that well received and went on hiatus after issue 10, I loved it. This Batman is a new take one and may not be everyone's interpretation of the Dark Knight but its a fun one. This Batman is wreck-less, violent and likes to laugh as he descends on a group of thugs in for a beating.

The series also features an early arrangement of the Justice League who are concerned of how Batman actions reflect on the superhero community. The story is great, The art is superb but the only drawback is that it feels unfinished. The series went on hiatus after issue 10 which was recalled and it was planned to return titled "Dark Knight: Boy Wonder" which never materialized in 2011 and shortly after the New 52 was announced. I really enjoyed this controversial series and I preferred it to Grant Morrision's All Star Superman. All Star Batman & Robin The Boy Wonder Volume 1 collects issues 1 - 9 of this hugely enjoyed and short lived series.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jamie brannigan on 3 Jun 2014
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I am a huge Batman fan and have collected many of the graphic novels, but I wanted one that captured the story of Robin's origin apart from the brief appearance in 'Dark Victory' (which was one of three fantastic graphic Novels by Loeb). However this graphic novel breaks the continuity of the story line of Batman and Robin in many ways, one of which being the way in which Batman and Robin met as well as the advanced technology at batman's disposal which wasn't available/created yet in stories which appear after this one in Batman's chronology. Another major disappointment was the way in which Miller attempted to alter the way in which the Grayson's were murdered, and not to mention the way in which Miller also succeeded in giving Batman a really crap attitude which does not reflect the essence of Batman whatsoever.
It is a real shame as the artwork is superb, done by Jim Lee who did the artwork for HUSH which is a masterpiece.
I do not recommend this graphic novel for any real Batman fan as it will leave you disappointed and the only reason I still own it is for the sake of analysis and critiquing.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 Dec 2013
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I am close to 80 years old and have loved Batman since being a little lad in a siren suit cowering under the strengthened staircase of my parents home in wartime Liverpool. I still remember the German bombs whistling down. Batma et al were a beacon to us kids at that time. The Us comic books used to come to us via the docks - the baddies never won and largely they still lose out!,
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