REVIEW: "DC Universe: Rebirth" #1 Makes the Future of DC Comics Look Genuinely Bright
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As "Batman and Robin Eternal" concluded, one hero returned, another hung up their cape and Cassandra Cain chose her new identity.
A mindmeld with one of Mother's Sculptors sends Bluebird and Grayson down memory lane and reveals Cassandra's origins in "Batman & Robin Eternal" #11.
A major character from the Bat-past is back in "Batman and Robin Eternal," and fron and center on the cover of the series' third issue.
James Tynion IV tells CBR that while there are many players in the upcoming weekly series, these three have special roles in its story.
The artist promises plenty of Bat-action for Cain, along with Dick Grayson, Harper Row, TIm Drake and other Robins.
Yang spoke with CBR's Joe Illidge about comics' growing diversity, how personal experiences informed their careers and where the Man of Steel fits into it all.
New roles for Alfred, Cassandra Cain and more follow "Endgame" as the "Batman" creators plot their future with the franchise.
Alisa Kwitney begins her DCU writing life by reviving fan-favorite Batgirls for a story full of 20-something triangles and "Flashpoint" villains.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents exclusive previews for "Birds of Prey" #14 and "Red Robin" #25. Both issues are set to hit stores tomorrow, July 13.