After Red Robin #12, by Lukico.
This very interesting comparison of Batkid and Batman titles was submitted by the awesome georgethecat.
This might be an interesting post to look at, since all the Batkids had comics come out in June, and to compare them to how other Bat-titles did.
Noteworthy are how well both Birds of Prey and Red Hood: Lost Days did. The former because it was cancelled and this shows how much of an audience it has; and the latter because this shows there’s enough interest in Jason to have his own ongoing! (Terry did pretty well, too!)
#2 - Batman #700 - 104,755
#4 - Return of Bruce Wayne #3 - 92,140
#32 - Detective Comics #866 - 46,178
#36 - Birds of Prey #2 - 44,064
#49 - Red Robin #13 - 35,917
Tim and Damian decide to go out and do a little bonding. Okay, we all know this sort of thing rarely ends well, right? Red Robin #14.
This is not the first time a Brady Bunch reference has come up in a Tim Drake-centric comic book. We’re hoping it’s not the last. Also, this set-up sort of leads us to believe Dick and Tim have had several Brady Bunch marathons together. “Jason is such a Jan!”
Red Robin #14.
BATKID BOOKS OUT THIS WEEK (7/8/10)
BATMAN AND ROBIN #13: Thomas Wayne – a man believed murdered over 20 years ago – has returned with an incredible tale to tell, and he’s claiming the entire Wayne fortune!
RED HOOD: LOST DAYS #2: Newly resurrected and loose in the world, Jason finds himself alone, angry and seeking revenge. But what will happen when his blood lust takes him back to the streets of Gotham City?
RED ROBIN #14: Red Robin vs. Robin! When Damian discovers that he’s on Red Robin’s potential “hit list” of bad guys to apprehend, the new Robin goes about proving how wrong Tim was by trying to beat the crap out of him!
Some really interesting early Red Robin cover ideas by Francis Manapul.
See what a little team work can accomplish? Red Robin #12.
RED ROBIN #16
Written by FABIAN NICIEZA
Art and cover by MARCUS TO & RAY MCCARTHY
The new Anarky has his own version of Red Robin’s Hit List! Ulysses Armstrong has made a record of Gotham City teens who could be Red Robin – and he’s murdering them one by one. With an incapacitated Tim Drake crossed off his list, can Red Robin stop Anarky before the villain attacks his next target? And with the deaths of innocents weighing on his conscience, how far will Red Robin go to cross Anarky off his own Hit List?
On sale SEPTEMBER 8 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US