Batman and Robin Vol 1 1 | DC Database | FANDOM powered by WikiaThe debut of the series followed the events of " Batman R. Morrison returned to writing the characters after being the ongoing writer on Batman from issues — and — While writing for this title, Morrison simultaneously wrote the miniseries The Return of Bruce Wayne and finished his run on the title with issue 16, before moving onto the next phase of his narrative in Batman Incorporated. In an interview with IGN before the release of the first issue, Morrison detailed that the tone of the series would be a "reverse" of the normal dynamic between Batman and Robin, with, "a more light-hearted and spontaneous Batman and a scowling, bad ass Robin. Batman and Robin welcomes new readers! When asked if the series would deal with the new Batman being unable to fill Bruce Wayne's proverbial shoes, Morrison answered, "When I started out I had that in mind, and I thought we'd finally prove that nobody else could be Batman.
From the moment he made his first cover appearance, Batman had a clear sense for the dramatic that has made for some stunning comic book covers over the years. Comic book artists have been especially able to work well with shadows with the character, as his distinctive looks really pops when it is in silhouette. Of course, for many years, Batman covers were as bright as any other comic book heroes, but as the s rolled around, the covers became dark and more distinctive again. Here, we count down Batman's most iconic comic book covers. Let us stress that this does not mean best covers. While many of these covers are excellent covers, we're talking iconic , which is a mix between recognizability and historic importance.
The driver, who calls himself Toad, says Batman and Robin are dead. However, they are suddenly being tailed by a flying Batmobile, piloted by [[Richard Grayson. A team of robbers are driving at top speed through Gotham. However, they are suddenly being tailed by a flying Batmobile, piloted by Batman and Robin. Robin mentions that he built this new Batmobile from his father's designs, and a testing relationship is established between the two heroes when Robin cites one of "the rules" to Batman: No real names in the field. The robbers are run into the river, but Toad escapes with a briefcase only to be captured by the Dynamic Duo. The briefcase turns out to be full of dominoes.