Robin Vol. 3: Solo

Robin Vol. 3: Solo

by Chuck Dixon

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Robin Vol. 3: Solo by Chuck Dixon

When darkness falls over Gotham City, Tim Drake becomes his alter ego, the costumed crime-fighter known as Robin. Usually he patrols the night with his partner, Batman, but with Bruce Wayne recovering from the broken back he received from the criminal known only as Bane, Tim is forced to team up with the new Batman, Jean-Paul Valley!
Unfortunately for Robin, Batman’s replacement doesn’t need or want a teenage sidekick. So now the Boy Wonder is left to fly solo!
Plus, Tim Drake still has to manage being an average teenager with an average glut of adolescent headaches. He can’t drive, his girlfriend feels he’s neglecting her and the school jock picks on him. Meanwhile, Robin must contend with a car-theft ring, a hardnosed sheriff and a trio of escaped super-villains, including the treacherous Cluemaster.
ROBIN: SOLO collects, in chronological order, for the first time ever, ROBIN #1-5, ROBIN ANNUAL #1-2 and SHOWCASE ’93 #5-6 and #11-12, presenting Tim Drake’s adventures from his first solo series by fan-favorite comics writer Chuck Dixon (NIGHTWING) and the all-new art team of Tom Grummett (TITANS) and Scott Hanna (DETECTIVE COMICS)!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781401263621
Publisher: DC Comics
Publication date: 12/06/2016
Pages: 328
Sales rank: 558,280
Product dimensions: 6.60(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Chuck Dixon's resume includes thousands of scripts for iconic characters like Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, Iron Man, the Punisher, The Simpsons, Spongebob Squarepants, G.I. Joe and many others. He is (along with artist Graham Nolan) the creator of the Batman villain Bane, the first permanent addition to the Dark Knight's rogues gallery in forty years, and for which he won 1993's Wizard Fan Award for best new character. His graphic novel adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkein's The Hobbit is a perennial bestseller worldwide. His unprecedented 100 issue run on DC Comics' ROBIN is considered to be a classic in the comics medium. Chuck's contributions to Marvel Comics' The Punisher are widely acknowledged as integral to that character's development.

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