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Written by Scott Lobdell
Art by Javier Fernandez and Blond
Published by DC Comics
Release Date: January 13, 2016

* Summary:
- Red Hood and Arsenal and—Joker’s Daughter?! As the boys deal with their newfound success as a rent-a-hero company, a new crop of catastrophe puts Jason and Roy to the test! But with a new hire like Joker’s Daughter, who needs enemies?

Discussion here

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Story by: Tom King
Art by: Khary Randolph, Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Steve Pugh, Scott McDaniel, Andy Owens [hide...]
Colors by: Chris Sotomayor, Emilio Lopez, Mat Lopes
Letters by: Tom Napolitano
Cover by: Khary Randolph, Emilio Lopez, Lee Bermejo
Publisher: DC Comics

* Summary:
- The stunning conclusion to the “Robin War” is here!

Discussion here

Preview images at CBR

Story by: Patrick Gleason, Ray Fawkes
Art by: Scott McDaniel, Andy Owens
Colors by: Chris Sotomayor
Letters b: yTom Napolitano
Cover by: Patrick Gleason, Mick Gray, John Kalisz
Publisher: DC Comics

* Summary:

“Robin War” part 5. In the aftermath of the cage match in WE ARE ROBIN #7, it’s utter chaos as the Court of Owls unleashes hundreds of imprisoned Robins to fight for survival— and to become the one and only Gray Son!

Don’t miss the shocking conclusion to “Robin War” in next month’s ROBIN WAR #2!

Discussion here; here

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Story by: Scott Lobdell, Will Pfeifer
Art by: Ian Churchill, Miguel Mendonca, Norm Rapmund, Dexter Vines [hide...]
Colors by: Corey Breen
Letters by: Tony Avina
Cover by: Ethan Van Sciver, Brad AndersonP
ublisher: DC Comics

* Summary:
- A “Robin War” tie-in! With Tim Drake missing, the Teen Titans track him back to Gotham City, where the Robin War rages—but Professor Pyg stands between the team and their leader.

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Written by LEE BERMEJO
On sale DECEMBER 16 • 32 pg, FC, $3.99 US • RATED T

- RED ROBIN VS. RED HOOD—TO THE DEATH! “Robin War” part 4 pits Tim Drake against Jason Todd in a steel-cage match—and only the Court of Owls can say who will escape the cage with his life!

Discussion here; here; here
Robins, both original and new, in today's various DC comics released. Has Robin War spoilers in some of them. To read more, click on the source link to Bleeding cool

Source: Bleedingcool
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On sale DECEMBER 9 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

* Summary:
- A “Robin War” tie-in! The boys are back in Gotham City and tensions are high! As battle lines are drawn, Red Hood and Arsenal will be forced to choose sides-—but will they side with each other? It’s brother versus brother, as the Robin War rages oN

Discussion here; here

Spoilers ahead for this week's Robin War #1.

With the release this week of Robin War #1, the streets of Gotham have been filled with fighting Robins — some old, some new — as the police, the all-new Batman and Gotham's government officials try to fight back.

But the story's ending also dropped a major hint about he future of DC's oldest Robin, Dick Grayson, as the story's villains called him "Nightwing" — a fan-favorite moniker the character hasn't worn for a while.

Written by Tom King, who also co-writes Grayson, Robin War #1 kicks off a month-long event that continues next week in Grayson #15, then Detective Comics #47, We Are Robin #7, and Robin: Son of Batman #7. The story will also feature tie-ins in Gotham Academy #13, Red Hood/Arsenal #7 and Teen Titans #15.

Newsarama talked to King about this first chapter, what it was like to bring together all the former Robins with the We Are Robin kids, and what that "Nightwing" hint might have meant for the future of Dick Grayson.

Detailed Interview )

Source: Newsarama

DC Comics' "Robin War" has begun, with "Robin War" #1 on sale now. Writer Tom King is joined by various artists including Khary Randolph, Alain Mauricet, Jorge Corona, Andres Guinaldo and Walden Wong, in an issue starring, as promised, Robins past and present, including Damian Wayne, Tim Drake, Jason Todd and the cast of "We Are Robin."

Spoilers )

Source: ComicBookResources
Discussion here
DC Comics solicits changes

Robin War #1was solicited from Tom King, Khary Randolph but has added Alain Mauricet, Jorge Corona, Andres Guinaldo, Walden Wong, Emilio Lopez, Chris Sotomayor, Gabe Eltaeb, Sandra Molina and Rob Hayes as artists

Action Comics #47 was solicited by Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder. Its cover adds Wade Von Grawbadger as inker. But its credits are story by Pak and Kuder, words by Kuder, pencils George Jeanty, inks Karl Story, Wade Von Grawbadger, Sean Parsons and Dexter Vine

Aquaman #46 was solicited with art by Trevor McCarthy but was actually by Vicente Cifuentes

Batman and Robin Eternal #8 was solicited with art by Alvaro Martinez but had Scot Eaton added.

Superman #46 was solicited with art by John Romita Jr and Klaus Janson but was actually, again, by Howard Porter.

Source: BleedingCool

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Written by TOM KING
Art and cover by KHARY RANDOLPH
1:25 Variant cover by LEE BERMEJO
On sale DECEMBER 2 • 48 pg, FC, 1 of 2, $4.99 US • RATED T

* Summary:
In part 1 of this new epic, it’s Robins vs. cops! Robins vs. Robins! Robins vs. Batman! And Robins vs. the Court of Owls?!

Damian Wayne returns to Gotham City, and he is not happy. There are kids all over the city calling themselves Robin, Bruce Wayne is no longer Batman and the GCPD, led by the new, armored-up Batman, is cracking down on anybody wearing the “R.” And things only get worse when Red Hood, Red Robin and Grayson all come back to Gotham City...

Discussion here; here; here

"Robin War" kicks off next week, starting a crossover event that spills into several Gotham-related titles when the current and former Robins all come into conflict with the Court of Owls — as well as each other.

As DC readers know, there are a lot of Robins running around Gotham these days. Not only are there three former Robins and the current son-of-Batman Robin, but there are kids banding together (with Alfred's help) to form the We Are Robin group.

Throw the Court of Owls into the mix and the all-new Jim Gordon Batman, and the story of "Robin War" starts spilling into multiple DC titles throughout the month of December. The story starts in Robin War #1 next week, then continues through Grayson #15, Detective Comics #47, We Are Robin #7 and Robin: Son of Batman #7, with tie-in issues in Gotham Academy #13, Red Hood/Arsenal #7 and Teen Titans #15.

Gotham veteran Ray Fawkes is assisting Patrick Gleason on the event's finale in Robin: Son of Batman, as well as writing the Detective Comics issue for "Robin War." Newsarama talked to Fawkes to find out more about the event.

Detailed Interview )

Source: Newsarama
Variant Cover for Robin War #2 by artist / author Lee Bermejo. This Variant cover connects Robin War #1

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Written by Tom King
Art by Khary Randolph
Cover by Lee Bermejo
Published by DC Comics

* Summary:
- The stunning conclusion to the "Robin War" is here!

Source: ComicVine

Newsarama talked to Tomasi and Manapul, finding out more about this week's Batman issue, what's coming up in Superman/Wonder Woman now that the couple's broken up, and how Manapul's story about Lex Luthor gives the villain the opportunity to be the hero he always thought he was

Interview )

Source: Newsarama

In this week's Grayson #12, the previous status quo of Dick Grayson is not only turned upside down, but the comic's new direction takes the character straight into DC's upcoming event, "Robin War."

Written by Tim Seeley and Tom King, DC's ongoing Grayson has been portraying former Robin Dick Grayson as part of a secret spy organization called Spyral. No longer connected to Gotham City, the character was able to infiltrate Spyral because his family and friends believed he was dead — everyone but Batman, that is, who was behind Dick's mission.

Details )

Source: Newsarama
During San Diego Comic-Con, DC announced the Robin War event happening in December as part of the 75th anniversary celebration of Robin. We have your exclusive first look at the covers and solicitations for the issues and the return of the Court of Owls.

Tom King in Twitter yesterday addressed that several bat-family titles will be involved in the Robin war event

To see rest of the cover images, please click on the link to Comicvine

Robin War solicits )

Source: Comicvine; newsarama
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