Barbara tells a story of her, Jason and Bruce working together against Mad Hatter. So that means she was still Batgirl when Dick left Gotham because she says Bruce recruited Jason a week after he left. Does that mean when Barbara was crippled by the Joker, Dick didn't go to see her? If he did then he would have found out about Jason right? But he met Jason in season 1 and not before it
It could be that in the story Barbara was Oracle. So does that mean she didn't leave Bruce after she was crippled? The way she disapproves of Bruce taking in assistants and hurting them makes me think she would have started hating being there with him after she was crippled.
Which one do you think is true?
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Hi, I recently found myself getting into Batman mostly via the Arkham games that have been on sale. And while those have been good, it has left me with a few questions about certain characters in the Prime Earth universe. And certain events came about, and certain relationships that surround them. And I was hoping the fans of these works could sort of help explain some things, ( Thank you for answering)
First off, When and How did Walon Jones become a member of the Gothan city police department, and how is he still a member? According the his page he is part of GCPD, but doesn't say how he joined the force.
Second Where does Batman stand with his children/robins (particularly Jason Todd)? I tried looking this up on the wika page but the information is either not there, or is I belive out of date.
Finally is Damian Wayne still part of the Bat-family? his page says yes, the Bat-family page says no.
This is based on the teen Titans show.
Ok so I looked at what other people thought and I always see it’s Jason Todd. I feel this is not possible based of
Red X is taller than robin (dick Grayson) in Teen Titans but Jason Todd is usually smaller.
Red X calls robin kid (Jason Todd is younger than Dick)
Red X goes after robins secret in an episode when it is likely Jason Todd would already know it.
Although Red X has some of the skills that could be associated with Jason Todd his personality does not match at all.
Lets not forget who put Jason Todd in our heads was BEAST BOY!!! He is a great character but if you recall he isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed in the show.
For a while I really liked the idea of Jason Todd but with this it seems like it can’t be him. Let me know what you think but I feel there is too much evidence against it for it to be him.
Batman took so many children with him to make them Robin, to be precise, he took 4 with him:
Dick Grayson= first Robin ever, he was with Batman for a while, but then he left and became Nightwing, at that point he then replaced it with
Jason Tood=He was a rebel, like that he went away to become Red Hood, after he dies from hands to Joker
Tim Drake= He's the 3° robin and after he became Red Robin
Damian Wayne= He's the son of Batman and he fight with a sword thereafter he found Teen Titans where he's the Leader
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So I've read Batman Second Chances & Batman: The death in a Family. I looked it up on Google, there are so many order to read on and each reading order is different than others.
So what's the precise order?? Apologies for my poor grammar.
If Bruce Wayne permanently disappeared, I believe that Jason Todd would be the best choice for Batman. Jason is best because he doesn't let criminals escape, he uses lethal force instead of the usual capture and "lock-up" routine. In my opinion, Dick Grayson is the most like Batman but Jason is still the superior Robin.