The ending felt a little rushed to me, and the book would have benefited from the Epilogue's inclusion.
No Major change (if any at all) in Batman's relationship with Damian, although the kid seems to find Batman cooler than before.
Maybe that would have explained things, but man, if you can't get me to finish your book then I guess that's that.
Utterly senseless, utterly stupid. Ra's al Ghul has LONG overstayed his welcome and needs to shuffle off the four-color coil, along with the Bug-Eyed Bandit, because he is the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by rush1313
New to graphic novels so don't judge your choice solely on mine,, but after hearing of what has happened to the new 52 robin I went back to get the whole story and it begins and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by michael jamall montoya
Its a really fun story i can say that but it lacks in the caracterization of Tim Drake and Damian Wayne,Tim seens like a crying baby and Damian less independent but i guess they... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Renan Rodrigues
This story is great not only for its creative pictures and writings but because it is about time Ra's Al Ghul is alive (again) enough saidPublished 17 months ago by Joseph
I was severely disappointed with this book.
As a reader who likes good Batman stories, but is not a dedicated DC comics or Batman reader, this totally turned me off... Read more
At last, the origin fo Ra's Al Ghul - and what a story! It could be my favorite Batman saga!Published 21 months ago by Lesleyanne
Let's start with the bad first:
The art for this volume is highly inconsistent and is, at times, terrible. Read more
This is a pretty straightforward story so it won't try anyone's patience by being esoteric. Damian is frequently described as annoying but at least he doesn't say the usual things... Read morePublished on October 2, 2010 by Cleo