Batman and Robin #1 and Batman: The Dark Knight #1: Bruce Wayne, the One True Batman

bm_rob_cv1 In BATMAN AND ROBIN #1, the acclaimed creative team of Peter Tomasi and Pat Gleason will explore the family dynamic of the Caped Crusader as Bruce Wayne battles the Gotham underworld with the help of his son, Damian, in the role of Robin.

Grant Morrison discusses the cover to Batman and Robin #16

[Editor's note: Grant Morrison provided the below commentary for the bonus material in the new BATMAN AND ROBIN MUST DIE! Hardcover - for more behind-the-scenes material from Grant, Frank Quitely and Frazer Irving, be sure to check out the book, now in stores!] Issue Sixteen This was both mine and Frank Quitely’s finale on the BATMAN AND ROBIN title, and the cover, like so many of the others, had been planned back at the beginning of the run and stayed fairly close to the original intention.

Batman visits Jason Todd in Arkham in BATMAN AND ROBIN #23

Batman drops in on his former sidekick, Jason Todd, who's been imprisoned in Arkham Asylum for several months, known only under the name of his anti-hero identity, The Red Hood. Todd's prepping for a transfer to a lower-security prison, and this could mean trouble for Batman... and for that prison's inmates. The first part of Judd Winick's "The Streets Run Red" starts this week in BATMAN AND ROBIN #23. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]

Your White Knight is here, Gotham!

After a strange cloud of glowing white bats save them from a sudden attack by Man-Bat, Batman and Robin begin to unravel the mystery behind Gotham's fallen angel. But how is Man-Bat involved, and what did he mean when he said "Stay away from the light?" Answers begin to come to light in BATMAN AND ROBIN #21, the second part of "Dark Knight vs. White Knight" by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason, in stores March 9.

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