All star Batman and Robin #8 spoilers

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  1. Gears

    Gears buh-buh-body ya Veteran

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    No goddamns in this issue. But it packs a wallop. All star Joker is introduced, and quite the sick bastard he is, drugging a beautiful crusading attorney and then having his way with her and killing her brutally. The relationship grows between Grayson and Batman and they have lots of cool interaction. All star Green Lantern also makes his debut, hilariously portrayed as an idiot with the most powerful weapon in the world, yet all he uses it for is to make giant vacuums and egg-beaters. Grayson picks out a costume based on Robin Hood. All star Catwoman debuts and listens to an offer from the Joker. Batman gives Grayson a lesson on why costumes should never have hoods and Robin is born. (finally) I really think this was one of the better issues just with the addition of the Joker and Catwoman into the mix.
     
  2. Misatokitty

    Misatokitty The Major

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    I want to see more about All-Star Batgirl... come on... we got what, a page? Months ago... :p 
     
  3. Gears

    Gears buh-buh-body ya Veteran

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    :lol  Yeah she disappeared.
     
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    No goddamns = displeased Wreckgar.
     
  5. ABH1979

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    The one thing I really liked about this issue, they showed Dick's inspiration for his costume and name was Robin Hood.

    No more of this "bird-boy" nonsense. I'm lookin at you, Joker!
     

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