With the crackdowns on Robins, R-iko is sent to Gotham Academy by her adoptive parents who were wanting to keep her safe. Little did they know that the academy was to have a Talon accidentally rise from the grave which she, alongside other Robin War was a 2016 crossover in the Batman titles, written by Tom King. It focuses on a new assault by the Court of Owls during Jim Gordon's brief tenure as Batman.
With the crackdowns on Robins, R-iko is sent to Gotham Academy by her adoptive parents who were wanting to keep her safe. Little did they know that the academy was to have a Talon accidentally rise from the grave which she, alongside other students at the academy, manage to prevent from causing any damage. R-iko however is soon arrested for her affiliations with the Robins and joins her allies in "the Cage".
Red Hood has been called back to his home city to help with the Robin uprisings, during this time he makes it explicitly clear that he does not want his partner Arsenal, and new protégé Joker's Daughter, to try and help him in any way. As Jason meets up with Red Robin the others investigate a potential kidnapping at the fairgrounds where they battle the Circus of Strange. On their way back, however, they encounter some chthonic lava-beings from Gotham's underground lava beds and they are taken to the monsters' lair leaving Jason worried when he discovers their motorcycle melted into the pavement.
- Robin War #1 -- Robin War, Part One: With the Greatest of Ease
- Grayson #15 -- Robin War, Part Two: The Originals
- Detective Comics (Volume 2) #47 -- Robin War, Part Three: Getting Dirty
- We Are Robin #7 -- Robin War, Part Four: Jail Birds
- Robin: Son of Batman #7 -- Robin War, Part 5: Fight the Nightmare
- Robin War #2 -- Robin War, Part Six: The Daring Young Man
- DC Comics Presents: Robin War 100-Page Super Spectacular #1 -- Life and Death
- Gotham Academy #13 -- Robins vs. Zombies
- Red Hood/Arsenal #7 -- All's Fair in Love and Robin War!
- Teen Titans (Volume 5) #15 -- On the Run; A Tale from Robin War
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