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Batman & Robin Stage An Arkham Prison Break (And They’re Definitely Going to Regret It)

Batman and Robin, typically the enforcers of justice, are now orchestrating an Arkham prison break, and there’s no way it’s going to go well.

Warning: Spoilers for Batman and Robin #3




  • Batman and Robin pull off a daring prison break to rescue White Rabbit, a relatively unknown Gotham villain who holds crucial information about a new criminal mastermind.
  • The inclusion of White Rabbit brings a fresh twist to the ongoing Batman and Robin storyline, showcasing DC’s efforts to incorporate lesser-known villains in new and interesting ways.
  • Batman and Robin’s decision to break out White Rabbit may lead to regret, as they struggle to control her chaotic and energetic nature, turning them into begrudging babysitters in their pursuit of justice.

In a jaw-dropping twist, Batman and Robin are pulling off the unimaginable: a daring Arkham prison break for none other than the often-overlooked Gotham rogue, White Rabbit. Devotees of this underrated character know all too well that the Dynamic Duo are on the brink of a decision they’ll soon regret.

A new preview for Batman and Robin #3 by Joshua Williamson, Simone Di Meo, and Steve Wands delivers a unique blend of humor and action. Readers are treated to a father-and-son escapade as Damian and Bruce undertake an unconventional bonding activity – a prison break.

The target of their daring endeavor is none other than White Rabbit, a relatively obscure Gotham villain. As the Dark Knight and Boy Wonder set out on this unexpected mission, the anticipation builds for the inevitable regrets they will face once White Rabbit becomes their full-time responsibility. DC’s full preview and synopsis for the issue are below.

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Batman and Robin Break White Rabbit Out of Arkham





FATHER-AND-SON PRISON BREAK! White Rabbit is a key witness in uncovering Gotham’s newest criminal mastermind, and Batman and Robin realize the only way to keep her safe is to break her out of Arkham Tower! But Damian still has homework to deal with!

In the preview for Batman and Robin #3, the dynamic duo appear to have taken on the unexpected role of prison break specialists, devising a daring plan to liberate White Rabbit from Arkham Tower. The rabbit-themed rogue holds crucial information about Gotham’s latest criminal mastermind, Shush, and Batman and Robin have determined that their best chance of safeguarding her is to execute a preemptive rescue before Shush can reach her. With the promise of hilarity and mishaps, this unlikely trio is set to inject an intriguing and lighthearted element into the story — while also spotlighting a lesser-known character.

The inclusion of White Rabbit as a featured character in Batman and Robin brings a breath of fresh air to the ongoing storyline. In a vast array of DC villains, only a handful consistently show up in the comic books. Thus, the spotlight on a lesser-known antagonist, especially one playing a role more akin to an informant than a full-fledged villain, adds an intriguing twist to Batman and Robin’s dynamic. White Rabbit’s integration into this unlikely trio parallels Harley Quinn’s unexpected alliance with the Bat-Family as well. It’s an interesting but welcome approach on DC’s part to incorporate villains into storylines in new and interesting ways.

Batman and Robin Struggle to Keep One New Villain Under Control

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Batman and Robin 3 David Finch Variant Cover

The decision to break White Rabbit out of Arkham, driven by necessity to protect her, may prove to be a double-edged sword for Batman and Robin. Once exposed to the full force of her chaotic and energetic wiles, the pair are sure to feel the weight of regret. While the primary challenge is safeguarding her, another hurdle looms large: keeping White Rabbit under control. Bursting with chaotic energy and a villainous streak, she is unlikely to play the role of a model informant. The ensuing chaos promises a comical and entertaining story arc, with Batman and Robin adopting the roles of begrudging babysitters in their pursuit of justice.

Batman and Robin #3 will be available November 14th from DC Comics.



  • Writer: Joshua Williamson
  • Cover Artist: Simone Di Meo
  • Artist: Simone Di Meo
  • Letterer: Steve Wands

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