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Nightwing And Red Robin Infected With Anti-Life Equation (DCeased)

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  Poor Nightwing and Red Robin, they just can’t catch a break in these Elseworld stories and are always the first to die, or get infected in this case. From – DCeased #1

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The Bat Family (Batman Vol. 3 #71)

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From – Batman Vol. 3 #71

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King Clayface (Detective Comics #972)

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From – Detective Comics Vol. 1 #972

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Batman And Red Robin (Detective Comics #965)

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From – Detective Comics Vol. 1 #965

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Doomsday (Detective Comics #965)

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From – Detective Comics Vol. 1 #965

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Robin Tim Drake (Detective Comics #965)

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  From – Detective Comics Vol. 1 #965

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Dick Grayson And Tim Drake’s First Meeting (Rebirth)

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From – Detective Comics Vol. 1 #965

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Tim Drake And Stephanie Brown (Detective Comics #963)

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From – Detective Comics Vol. 1 #963

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Zatanna Defeats Ascalon With The Gnosis Sphere

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From – Detective Comics Vol. 1 #962

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Batman And Brother Eye (Detective Comics #967)

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From – Detective Comics Vol. 1 #967

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Why Tim Drake Had To Become Batman (Titans Of Tomorrow)

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  Then who, Tim? Who takes Gotham when Bruce dies? Dick steps in for a moment, like he’s done before. But he’s not like Bruce, is he? So he builds a life, he… Continue reading

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Batman (Tim Drake) Kills Anarky (Rebirth)

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  This is the alternate future version of Tim Drake from the Titans Tomorrow storyline, where he becomes Batman and kills criminals using the same gun that killed Martha and Thomas Wayne. From… Continue reading

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How Batwoman Killed Batman In The Future (Detective Comics)

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  In a previous issue, the General Ulysses Armstrong led Robin Tim Drake to believe that Batwoman kills Batman in the future. It turns out that Brother Eye and the General didn’t show… Continue reading

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Red Robin (Detective Comics Vol. 1 #947)

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I love how Red Robin’s costume, or armor, serves as a walking super computer as mentioned by Ulysses Armstrong in a previous issue. From – Detective Comics Vol. 1 #947

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The Bat Family (Detective Comics Vol. 1 #936)

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From – Detective Comics Vol. 1 #936

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