Bruce and Damian, Batman and Robin, are still at odds and not getting along. Any dynamic duo is going to have their differences, but when they are father and son there’s a whole other element at play there. Robin’s got the killer instinct which he inherited from his mother’s side of the family, but it goes against everything Batman’s fought for his entire life after watching his parents get murdered in front of his very own eyes.
Characters In Knightmoves
This is a fairly tight issue without a huge cast of characters. As per usual, Alfred, Batman and Damian are the main featured characters that you’ll find in Issue Three of The New 52 Batman And Robin. Also, you’ll see Nobody who is the former trainer of Bruce Wayne who wishes that Bruce would be harsher on criminals and aims to help guide Damian towards such philosophies. Also, another character in this issue is Titus, the pet dog of Damian Wayne who was a gift from his father Bruce.
Summary Of The New 52 Batman and Robin Knightmoves
Nobody, a figure from Batman’s past, has found his way to Gotham City and things are starting to heat up. As Nobody beings to pry his way into the personal lives of the Wayne family, he’s going to be making more and more efforts to try to sway Damian towards a more violent, more lethal approach to crime fighting. Batman comics have always had great visual metaphors and little things you can catch if you’re paying attention, for example when Damian is playing Chess with Alfred and Alfred speaks about the dark Knight piece. This issue is a very quick read, with a lot of action, so rather than us try to describe the action – just take a look for yourself.
Notes About Batman and Robin Issue 3
- Fans have commented that it’s odd how Alfred hasn’t intervened with Damian and his behavior yet, however to do so may be a sign of disrespect towards Bruce Wayne. Alfred was there for Bruce because Bruce’s parents were not, but Damian has both of his parents so it seems like Alfred recognizes that it’s not his place.
- This isn’t the most remarkable issue, and it got a lower-than-average rating from fans but that’s bound to happen in any series. Every now and then you need a week or two for stories to build up, for tensions to grow, and it makes the pay off all that much more exciting when it happens.
Creators Of Issue 3
Among the staffers in this series are writer Peter J. Tomasi, penciler Patrick Gleason, colorist John Kalisz and more. Today, let’s take a closer look in particular at Mike Parts who was the editor. Formerly an employee of Marvel where he was the editor for X-Men, Mike Marts is not the senior editor of Batman books at DC Comics. He’s edited nearly 1500 issues of countless different series, including Exiles, numerous X-Men books and Detective Comics.
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