I have no idea how this book ended up on the great graphic novels for teens list, because even as a teen, I would have hated the way this book represents teens. it is so annoying - especially all the text conversations that try to be "hip". Note to adult authors - don't try to be hip. It never ends well.
Reading this comic was delightful; definitely one of the highlights of my comics reading this year. I didn’t know any of these people going in, but I was immediately emotionally involved in their story. This was a diverse group of young heroes, with diverse problems, different backgrounds, attitudes, and strengths. Their stories were not always easy, and the more famous heroes of Gotham were not always around to help them when help was needed. Their story has really just begun when we end Volume One, and I'm very much looking forward to their next adventure.
A different take on Gotham City that spins out of the events of Endgame. A group of young streetwise teens take up the mantle of Robin collectively. As this first collection is essentially getting to know the characters, some of them are rendered more vividly than others.
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