Cameron Stewart

Batman and Robin 9 (April 2010)

Morrison recovers pretty well for the conclusion. With Batwoman, Batman (Dick Grayson), Damian and Alfred all fighting a zombified Batman… I wish I could say Stewart’s art finally fulfilled the promise his name brings. But it doesn’t. It’s this mainstream, glossy Cameron Stewart. Maybe it’s the colors… but I don’t think so. I think it’s […]

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Batman and Robin 8 (April 2010)

Oh, ok, so this arc is a forerunner to The Return of Bruce Wayne, where it’s explained Darkseid really cloned Batman or something. And then Batwoman dies in Dick’s arms so he can resurrect her in the Lazarus pit. There’s also a big fight between Batman and the clone–insane–Batman. Dick seems like he’s going to […]

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Batman and Robin 7 (March 2010)

I think Morrison likes to be intentionally opaque. It makes him seem mysterious and thoughtful. It’s a shame because he’s a good enough writer he doesn’t need to try so hard to impress. Personally, I imagine it’s an inferiority complex to Alan Moore. No matter how much lauding Morrison gets from the comics’ crowd, it’s […]

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