Startling revelations in RED ROBIN #12

Writer Chris Yost closes out his run on the series with an issue that serves as the culmination of a year's worth of mystery, intrigue and Red Robin heroics. Who will win in a battle between Tim Drake and Ra's al Ghul? Who has Ra's been talking to all this time in the shadows? Why was Lucius Fox desperate to find Tim? And what made Tim so sure Bruce Wayne was alive way back in Red Robin #1? Find out here.

RED ROBIN #12 hits 5/5.

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‘COLLISION’ concludes in RED ROBIN #11

The latest arc by the creative team of writer Chris Yost and artist Marcus To races to its conclusion as Ra’s al Ghul’s endgame for Time Drake begins. The Men of Death are on the move in Gotham, and Red Robin, Batgirl and Prudence are out to stop them from killing everyone close to Bruce Wayne. But before our hero can face off against Ra’s, he has to throw down against a few familiar faces.

RED ROBIN #11 hits tomorrow.

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FABIAN NICIEZA SIGNS UP AS REGULAR RED ROBIN WRITER

Tim Drake's had a rough year, to say the least.

Struggling with a new identity, searching for the mentor only he believes is actually alive and tangled up with Ra's Al Ghul and his deadly League of Assassins -- not exactly a recipe for long-term health, y'know?

Well, things aren't going to get any easier. Starting with June's RED ROBIN #13, writer Fabian Nicieza will step in as the new regular writer, joining series artist Marcus To for what will certainly prove to be an extension of the wild ride Red Robin's been on so far.

The BATGIRL/RED ROBIN crossover kicks off

Writer Bryan Q. Miller and artist Talent Caldwell kick off a crossover with RED ROBIN, as Tim Drake returns to Gotham Cit. But who does he find in the Batcave? None other than Stephanie Brown, the new Batgirl. And when Ra's al Ghul attacks one of Batman's closest allies, Red Robin and Batgirl will have to put the past aside to save Leslie Thompkins's life. Continued in Red Robin #10.

BATGIRL #8 hits 3/10.

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More April 2010: Batman solicits

Why stop with BRIGHTEST DAY, right? Click below for a look at all the Batman-related titles shipping in April, including BATMAN AND ROBIN, STREETS OF GOTHAM, BATGIRL and OUTSIDERS.

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BATMAN: ARKHAM ASYLUM — MADNESS HC

Advance-solicited • On sale June 23 • 112 pg, FC, $19.99 US

Take a look at March's AZRAEL, RED ROBIN and BATMAN covers

We're in a giving mood here at The Source today. Since Batman Group Editor Michael Marts was kind enough to shoot over a look at some of the upcoming March Batman covers, we didn't want to make you guys wait until the solicited covers hit on Monday afternoon. So, here for your mid-week enjoyment are the covers to March's issues of BATMAN, RED ROBIN and AZRAEL.

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The Huntress and Man-Bat are in dire straits

Writer Chris Yost continues his guest writing stint, as the Huntress and Man-Bat are held captive by a priest driven to the edge of insanity by Gotham itself. And, let's just say the message Gotham is relaying to our dear, demented villain doesn't bode well for our heroes. Check out a few pages below.

BATMAN: STREETS OF GOTHAM #6 hits today.

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What else is going on in the Batman universe in February?

Well, a ton, dear Source reader. Too much to capably sum up in one blog post. It's also way too early to give too much away. But, we can showcase some of the lovely artwork gracing the covers of the Bat-titles hitting in February, featuring the talents of Frank Quitely, Dustin Nguyen, Phil Noto and many more. So, take another bite of your lunch and look 'em over.

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Writer Chris Yost gives you the Top 10 Reasons to check out RED ROBIN #6 -- with a preview

The headline says it all. RED ROBIN writer Chris Yost was kind enough to pop by The Source and give us the reasons why you guys should save a spot for the latest issue of the series tomorrow. Take it away, Chris:

10. Superstar artist Marcus To joins the team with this issue!

9. Marcus To's rendition of Red Robin leading a gang of ninjas into battle.

8. Marcus To's rendition of ninjas dying horrible deaths at the hands of Recluse, a member of the Council of Spiders (the same people that are hunting the League of Assassins for sport).

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