Synopsis for "Robin 3000"
Appearing in "Robin 3000"
- Robin (Tom Wayne) (First appearance)
- Aki Wong (First appearance)
- Batman (Bruce Wayne XX) (Dies) (First appearance)
- Robin (Android-900) (First appearance)
- Skulp Protectorate (First appearance)
- Batman (Bruce Wayne) (Mentioned only)
- Batman (Bruce Wayne XIX) (In dream sequence only) (First appearance)
- Duncan Dire (First appearance)
- Moon Bailey (First appearance)
- Selina Kyle (First appearance)
- Anti-Skulp rebels (First appearance)
- Praexel Forest Research Zone (First appearance)
- Skulp pharmaceutical factory (First appearance)
- Cetigus Beta (First appearance)
- Weltraum (First appearance)
- Nonaligned worlds (Mentioned only)
- Outer space
- Batplane (Destroyed)
- Skulp airships
- Skulp dreadnought Excalibur
- Skulp phantoms
- Robin 3000 is a two-issue limited series published under DC's Elseworlds imprint and takes place outside the continuity of the mainstream DC Universe universe.
- This story was originally created by Byron Preiss and P. Craig Russell in 1985–6 as a graphic novel titled Tom Swift 3000. It featured a futuristic version of the Stratemeyer Syndicate character Tom Swift, and was intended for Simon & Schuster's new graphic novel line. However, when Simon & Schuster changed their minds on entering the graphic novel market, the story languished for a few years before Preiss brought it to DC with plans to turn it into a Robin story, which was accomplished with rewriting and the addition of 18 new pages.
- This issue is reprinted in Elseworlds: Batman Vol. 1.
- Robin Recommended Reading
- Batman: A Lonely Place of Dying
- Batman: Dark Victory
- Batman: Year Three
- Batman and Robin (Volume 1)
- Batman and Robin (Volume 2)
- Batman & Robin Eternal
- New Teen Titans (Volume 1)
- Robin: A Hero Reborn
- Robin II: The Joker's Wild!
- Robin III: Cry of the Huntress
- Robin (Volume 2)
- Robin: Son of Batman
- Robin: Year One
- Teen Titans (Volume 3)
- We Are Robin
- Young Justice (Volume 1)
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