>a little sister not related by blood MOE~
Her incestuous father and her are filthy arabs, what do you expect?
Don't know if there, I wish I could really tell you. I mean... One idea would be to start with the New 52, another would be to start right at the start of Morrison's run... I don't know, anon. Do you like Dick Grayson? if so, DickBats stuff to Grayson is good, but I don't know if that's what you want.
If you want to read about Damian, at the very least, start with Morrison's Batman and Robin, then go into Tomasi's New 52 Batman and Robin, and then finally read this book: Gleason's Robin: Son of Batman.
That's the cutest baby bat-dragon I've ever seen. I love all of Damian's pets, especially Bat-Cow and Goliath.
This is totally the best book DC is putting out. Good job Gleason for knocking it out of the park first time as a writer.
Man i loved this series there wasnt a single issue that i disliked, damian is constantly showing character development and growth in every comic, the art is fantastic and the story fits with his persona perfectly only bad thing about this is that it ended.
I wasnt expecting much after she made fun of him for not losing his baby teeth yet (reminded me how much older she is) but that "gained a sister" part is hilarious. Especially when the thumbnail looked like a kiss at first glance.
Yeah. He does the character interactions well and I'm enjoying the plot so far. There are some pacing issues where he doesn't give things enough time to breath (like the last issue), but I think that's better than the decompressed mess you see everywhere else.
The plot's the least interesting thing about the book but I still love it.
There's some evil guy who hates the Al Ghuls? Maybe some demon shit mixed in there too? Whatever, more Damian and Goliath adventures.
Also I dig how it looks like Goliath is set to be Damian's Charizard, and just be on the bench hanging out until he needs him.