Paul Cornell is a British writer best known for his work in television drama as well as Doctor Who fiction and as the creator of one of the Doctor's spin-off companions. His comics work includes Captain Britain and MI-13, Black Widow: Deadly Origin and Dark X-Men, as well as Action Comics, Demon Knights and Saucer Country.
A former DC Comics editor for 15 years, Peter J. Tomasi is the writer of the acclaimed graphic novel Light Brigade and the comic book series Green Lantern Corps and Batman & Robin.
A former cast member on MTV's The Real World, Judd Winick is the writer and illustrator of Barry Ween -- Boy Genius and Pedro and Me, and has written Batman, Catwoman, Outsiders, Green Lantern and much more. He is the creator of the Cartoon Network series The Life and Times of Juniper Lee.
I didn't enjoy the lighter feel to some of the stories, but the last two stories were entertaining and interesting.
Very good and engaging story written by Peter Tomasi re-teaming with his Green Lantern Corps illustrator, Patrick Gleason, who does a fine job himself.
The third story is great as it brings back Jason Todd (Robin #2) as the Red Hood and gives us some back in forth between him and Grayson.
This book was cool.. it had 3 stories. First was about this girl who Bruce Wayne dumped and she was killed. Shot in the head and left with a hole in head. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Frankie D
Seller was superb. No problems there... just Grant Morrison tries too hard and his stories flow, sure, but really tries so hard to make it too unique.Published on December 2, 2012 by troy a marcum
This book has three separate stories. The first being one with Uma Nemo, some chick Bruce used to go out with. Read morePublished on November 9, 2012 by The Birds Fly South
It was a fun read and I loved how bad-ass Jason Todd was in it. The book came in excellent brand new condition and arrived faster than I expected. Read morePublished on August 20, 2012 by Mark Rodriguez
These are the last three story arcs in for Batman and Robin vol. 1, and it ends with decent strength. Read morePublished on August 12, 2012 by T. Widner
This fourth installment of Dick Grayon's Batman and Damien Wayne's Robin takes a step back from the Batman mythos and instead focuses on two seemingly self-contained detective... Read morePublished on March 21, 2012 by Stephen Jordan