A review by anthroxagorus
Batman and Robin, Volume 2: Pearl, by Peter J. Tomasi


Narrative was a bit messy, with many stories wanted to be told. We have Terminus (the bad guy!) and then Damian being a shit to the other Robins and then oh the Joker is free (stated as a given but not like eased into the story naturally) andd ZOMBIES and the Court of Owls and....

I always like to read Damian being a shit, and the father/son feels, which was really in volume 1, but sparingly here.

So not a strong volume, but maybe it's setting something up? Maybe it's just reacting to other arcs. Whatevz.