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Batman and Robin #01 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison1
Batman and Robin #02 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison2
Batman and Robin #03 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison3
Batman and Robin #04 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison4
Batman and Robin #05 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison5
Batman and Robin #06 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison6
Batman and Robin #07 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison7
Batman and Robin #08 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison8
Batman and Robin #09 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison9
Batman and Robin #10 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison10
Batman and Robin #11 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison11
Batman and Robin #12 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison12
Batman and Robin #13 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison13
Batman and Robin #14 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison14
Batman and Robin #15 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison15
Batman and Robin #16 (2009-2011) by Grant Morrison16
Batman and Robin #17 (2009-2011) by Paul Cornell17
Batman and Robin #18 (2009-2011) by Paul Cornell18
Batman and Robin #19 (2009-2011) by Paul Cornell19
Batman and Robin #20 (2009-2011) by Peter J. Tomasi20
Batman and Batgirl #21 by Peter J. Tomasi21
Batman and Robin #22 (2009-2011) by Peter J. Tomasi22
Batman and Robin #23 (2009-2011) by Judd Winick23
Batman and Robin #24 (2009-2011) by Judd Winick24
Batman and Robin #25 (2009-2011) by Judd Winick25
Batman and Robin #26 (2009-2011) by David Hine26

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Series description

Batman and Robin comics issued between 2009 and 2011 also known as Volume 1. 26 issues total.

Batman and Robin is an ongoing DC Comics series originally written by Grant Morrison, featuring Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne in the title roles. Each three issue arc was drawn by a different artist, beginning with Frank Quitely. Following the apparent death of the original Batman, Bruce Wayne in Batman R.I.P. and Final Crisis, the series chronicles the adventures of Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne, after they assumed the identity of Batman and Robin, respectively, in the Battle for the Cowl.

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