>Robins vs. Owls
>What the HELL is going on?
>You have NO IDEA what has happened.
Yeah, that kind of sums up the book. I'm less and less surprised each week that I'm slowly growing out of reading capeshit.
I can't tell if he's grasping for straws as Lobdell's PR shill, or really that stupid that he can't figure anything out for himself without narration boxes
let me guess
a bunch of autists and spergs who want to don the red and green without the required training are going to defeat fully trained supersoldiers that almost defeated batman himself
>tries to appropriate Aztec mythology
>uses it incorrectly
>spells it wrong
God, I forgot non-anonymous boards existed.
>Tim is his scapegoat, not his friend nor his brother
did he just miss the pat of Batman & Robin Eternal where he and Tim are together fighting Azrael? Or how in Robin War they helped save a ton of Robins together in the non-Lobdell issue?
>Hides his insecurities under layers and layers of snide remarks and misplaced bravado.
that is literally the most accurate line to describe jason todd. he's a fuckup but acts with bravado to hide that. it's been that way since he was a robin.
>did he just miss the pat of Batman & Robin Eternal where he and Tim are together fighting Azrael? Or how in Robin War they helped save a ton of Robins together in the non-Lobdell issue?
There were no narration boxes to tell him that, so of course he missed it
DC has a version of Arkham Knight.
who the fuck knows what its like
Yeah, the Ray Fawkes issues were relatively weak. Would have preferred Tomasi and Gleason handling Detective Comics and Robin SOB, respectively.
The Lobdell tie-ins were straight up trash, too.
He's basically a Scott Lobdell shill who acts as if Lobdell writes Jason as the deepest and most nuanced character ever, and has a meltdown everytime someone has a legitimate criticism about Lobdell's writing. He also hates every Bat writer who written a better Jason than Lobdell has