History ComicBook / RobinSeries

26th Nov '15 10:24:10 PM Ayasugi
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As of current, Tim Drake's only solo comic is [[ComicBook/BatmanBeyond]] where he's a FishOutOfTemporalWater in a post-apocalyptic BadFuture world. Post-reboot, he appeared in ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'', but that series was cancelled (it will be relaunched in late 2014). Tim currently appears in ''Batman Eternal''.

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As of current, Tim Drake's only solo comic is [[ComicBook/BatmanBeyond]] ComicBook/BatmanBeyond where he's a FishOutOfTemporalWater in a post-apocalyptic BadFuture world. Post-reboot, he appeared in ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'', but that series was cancelled (it will be relaunched in late 2014). Tim currently appears in ''Batman Eternal''.
26th Nov '15 10:23:40 PM Ayasugi
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As of current, Tim Drake no longer has a solo comic. Post-reboot, he appeared in ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'', but that series was cancelled (it will be relaunched in late 2014). Tim currently appears in ''Batman Eternal''.

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As of current, Tim Drake no longer has a Drake's only solo comic.comic is [[ComicBook/BatmanBeyond]] where he's a FishOutOfTemporalWater in a post-apocalyptic BadFuture world. Post-reboot, he appeared in ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'', but that series was cancelled (it will be relaunched in late 2014). Tim currently appears in ''Batman Eternal''.
7th Sep '15 6:59:43 AM StFan
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* LegacyCharacter: Both series were bursting to the seams with these guys. You had: Robin III himself with both his predecessors and his successors, two Batgirls, two female ninjas named Lynx, two Anarkys (one the original, the other a repurposed General), the Red Robin identity (Jason Todd's Countdown suit worn first by the General, then Tim himself), and both [[{{Azrael}} Azraels]].

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* LegacyCharacter: Both series were bursting to the seams with these guys. You had: Robin III himself with both his predecessors and his successors, two Batgirls, two female ninjas named Lynx, two Anarkys (one the original, the other a repurposed General), the Red Robin identity (Jason Todd's Countdown suit worn first by the General, then Tim himself), and both [[{{Azrael}} Azraels]].ComicBook/{{Azrael}}s.
1st Mar '15 5:50:12 AM SeptimusHeap
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* HollywoodNerd: Despite having interests in DungeonsAndDragons, Film/BladeRunner and computers, he's a generally attractive and well-adjusted teenage boy. In fact, later on in the series he has seemingly dropped all of his geeky hobbies.

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* HollywoodNerd: Despite having interests in DungeonsAndDragons, ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', Film/BladeRunner and computers, he's a generally attractive and well-adjusted teenage boy. In fact, later on in the series he has seemingly dropped all of his geeky hobbies.
17th Jun '14 5:34:00 AM KingZeal
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As of current, Tim Drake no longer has a solo comic and was appearing mainly in the post-reboot version of Comicbook/TeenTitans, but that series was cancelled (it will be relaunched in late 2014), but Tim currently appears in ''Batman Eternal''.

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As of current, Tim Drake no longer has a solo comic and was appearing mainly comic. Post-reboot, he appeared in the post-reboot version of Comicbook/TeenTitans, ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'', but that series was cancelled (it will be relaunched in late 2014), but 2014). Tim currently appears in ''Batman Eternal''.
17th Jun '14 2:59:34 AM XSpectreGreyX
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As of current, Tim Drake no longer has a solo comic and is exclusively appearing in the post-reboot version of Comicbook/TeenTitans.

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As of current, Tim Drake no longer has a solo comic and is exclusively was appearing mainly in the post-reboot version of Comicbook/TeenTitans.
Comicbook/TeenTitans, but that series was cancelled (it will be relaunched in late 2014), but Tim currently appears in ''Batman Eternal''.
24th Mar '14 5:50:54 AM VicGeorge2011
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* LegacyCharacter: Both series were bursting to the seems with these guys. You had: Robin III himself with both his predecessors and his successors, two Batgirls, two female ninjas named Lynx, two Anarkys (one the original, the other a repurposed General), the Red Robin identity (Jason Todd's Countdown suit worn first by the General, then Tim himself), and both [[{{Azrael}} Azraels]].

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* LegacyCharacter: Both series were bursting to the seems seams with these guys. You had: Robin III himself with both his predecessors and his successors, two Batgirls, two female ninjas named Lynx, two Anarkys (one the original, the other a repurposed General), the Red Robin identity (Jason Todd's Countdown suit worn first by the General, then Tim himself), and both [[{{Azrael}} Azraels]].
24th Mar '14 5:41:29 AM KingZeal
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--> '''Creator/FabianNicieza:''' "He is "the smart one" of the Bat-family, the thinker and planner. I mean, of course Bruce Wayne/Batman is what he is, and Tim isnít quite there yet, but Tim at 17 has a more developed intellect than Bruce at 17 did. Thatís not to say Dick Grayson or Barbara Gordon are dumb, of course theyíre not, but Timís level of thinking is a bit... thicker... than theirs. For me, Dick is about superior reflexive thinking, Barbara about superior operational thinking and Tim is about superior comprehensive, or all-encompassing, thinking."

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--> '''Creator/FabianNicieza:''' "He '''Fabian Nicieza:''' He is "the 'the smart one" one' of the Bat-family, the thinker and planner. I mean, of course Bruce Wayne/Batman is what he is, and Tim isnít quite there yet, but Tim at 17 has a more developed intellect than Bruce at 17 did. Thatís not to say Dick Grayson or Barbara Gordon are dumb, of course theyíre not, but Timís level of thinking is a bit... thicker... than theirs. For me, Dick is about superior reflexive thinking, Barbara about superior operational thinking and Tim is about superior comprehensive, or all-encompassing, thinking."



* JackOfAllTrades: To quote Creator/FabianNicieza:

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* JackOfAllTrades: To quote Creator/FabianNicieza:Fabian Nicieza:
24th Mar '14 5:34:25 AM KingZeal
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--> '''Creator/FabianNicieza:''' "He is "the smart one" of the Bat-family, the thinker and planner. I mean, of course Bruce Wayne/Batman is what he is, and Tim isnít quite there yet, but Tim at 17 has a more developed intellect than Bruce at 17 did. Thatís not to say Dick Grayson or Barbara Gordon are dumb, of course theyíre not, but Timís level of thinking is a bit... thicker... than theirs. For me, Dick is about superior reflexive thinking, Barbara about superior operational thinking and Tim is about superior comprehensive, or all-encompassing, thinking."


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* JackOfAllTrades: To quote Creator/FabianNicieza:
-->"What I love about Tim is that he shares some of the strongest traits of various Bat-family members. The intellect and detective skills of Bruce, the ability to lead others and be a friend to others like Dick has and even the ability to make cold, harsh decisions like Jason does."
24th Jan '14 6:46:22 AM LadyMomus
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In 1993, after the success of Tim Drake's 3-part miniseries chronicling his tribulations as the third Comicbook/{{Robin}}, (succeding [[{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson]] and Jason Todd), Tim was given his own monthly ongoing series that began in 1993 and ran for more than 15 years, until it ended in early 2009. The series is notable for depicting Tim's personal life with his family and friends, and him balancing a delicate act between his superhero and civilian identities. The first 100 issues of the Robin series were written by ChuckDixon, which was acclaimed at the time for a high-profile TeenPregnancy arc involving Tim's girlfriend, [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl2009}} Stephanie Brown]] (Spoiler). In 1998, Wizard magazine ranked the series as the best ongoing comic book of the year.

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In 1993, after the success of Tim Drake's 3-part miniseries chronicling his tribulations as the third Comicbook/{{Robin}}, (succeding [[{{Nightwing}} (succeeding [[ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson]] and Jason Todd), Tim was given his own monthly ongoing series that began in 1993 and ran for more than 15 years, until it ended in early 2009. The series is notable for depicting Tim's personal life with his family and friends, and him balancing a delicate act between his superhero and civilian identities. The first 100 issues of the Robin series were written by ChuckDixon, Creator/ChuckDixon, which was acclaimed at the time for a high-profile TeenPregnancy arc involving Tim's girlfriend, [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl2009}} Stephanie Brown]] (Spoiler). In 1998, Wizard magazine ranked the series as the best ongoing comic book of the year.



* {{Expy}}: Of [[{{Spiderman}} Peter Parker]].
** It's no secret that Chuck Dixon based Tim Drake's adventures on the first 50 issues of [[{{Spiderman}} The Amazing Spiderman]]. Fans used to compare him to the iconic Marvel superhero, calling him the Peter Parker of Gotham.

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* {{Expy}}: Of [[{{Spiderman}} [[Franchise/SpiderMan Peter Parker]].
** It's no secret that Chuck Dixon based Tim Drake's adventures on the first 50 issues of [[{{Spiderman}} [[Franchise/SpiderMan The Amazing Spiderman]]. Fans used to compare him to the iconic Marvel superhero, calling him the Peter Parker of Gotham.



* SecretChaser: he knew Batman and Robin's civilian identity since he was ''nine'', and finally seeked them out when he noticed that Batman was getting more unstable after the death of Jason Todd.

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* SecretChaser: he knew Batman and Robin's civilian identity since he was ''nine'', and finally seeked sought them out when he noticed that Batman was getting more unstable after the death of Jason Todd.



* OffToBoardingSchool: One of the arcs in ChuckDixon's run. Tim gets sent to Brentwood Academy by his dad who is worried about him being a rebellious and secretive teenager.

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* OffToBoardingSchool: One of the arcs in ChuckDixon's Creator/ChuckDixon's run. Tim gets sent to Brentwood Academy by his dad who is worried about him being a rebellious and secretive teenager.



* PutOnABus: Ariana Dzerchenko, Tim's FirstLove. Although she starred in the first 50 issues of the series, she was quickly dropped in favour of the [[FanPreferredCouple more popular Stephanie]]. After her breakup with Tim, she only appeared once and was never mentioned again. Heck, barely [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome no one remembers Ariana nowdays]].

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* PutOnABus: Ariana Dzerchenko, Tim's FirstLove. Although she starred in the first 50 issues of the series, she was quickly dropped in favour of the [[FanPreferredCouple more popular Stephanie]]. After her breakup with Tim, she only appeared once and was never mentioned again. Heck, barely [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome no one remembers Ariana nowdays]].nowadays]].



* BigDamnHeroes: Tim pulls this off during Anarky II's rampage, and recieves one from Cassandra Cain and Dick Grayson at different times.

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* BigDamnHeroes: Tim pulls this off during Anarky II's rampage, and recieves receives one from Cassandra Cain and Dick Grayson at different times.



* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Russian industrialist and hobbist super-villain Mikalek from Red Robin.

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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Russian industrialist and hobbist hobbyist super-villain Mikalek from Red Robin.
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