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  1. Now, for Tim's origin story: A Lonely Place of...

    Now, for Tim's origin story: A Lonely Place of Dying.

    Chapter 1: Suspects
    1. Tim photographs Batman as he limps away from a bruising fight, and comments on Batman's stubbornness before riding...
  2. The only thing that I disagree with you on is...

    The only thing that I disagree with you on is that when she was first introduced, DKR wasn't an Elseworld; it was a potential future of DC: basically, it was like Batman Beyond is now. But yeah;...
  3. You know how some anime shows have a segment...

    You know how some anime shows have a segment right after the end credits where chibi versions of the characters put on a comedy skit based on the events of the episode that just ended? Heck, one...
  4. It would be cool if they could turn Young Justice...

    It would be cool if they could turn Young Justice into a franchise, with spinoff TV series or movies dealing with other parts of the YJ universe. Maybe a Gotham Knights series…
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  6. Tim wasn't college-age at the time, and was busy...

    Tim wasn't college-age at the time, and was busy with the N52 Teen Titans.

    Frankly, I'm glad they didn't try to make that Carrie Kelley into Robin. But they've done stranger things, so I wouldn't...
  7. Note that her first appearance was at the end of...

    Note that her first appearance was at the end of an issue that was part of a line-wide marketing gimmick, where every comic included some off-the-wall element in it. (IIRC, it was called “WTF?”) It...
  8. And given how short my reply was, that's saying...

    And given how short my reply was, that's saying something.
  9. Possibly in another thread, as opposed to...

    Possibly in another thread, as opposed to Stephanie's Appreciation thread?
  10. True. But I wouldn't be surprised if DCSHG ends...

    True. But I wouldn't be surprised if DCSHG ends up with something like the Brony phenomenon: for one thing, the same lady who was responsible for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic was also behind...
  11. No; there was an abrupt change in 2003,...

    No; there was an abrupt change in 2003, coinciding with the cancellation of Young Justice and the launch of Geoff Johns' Teen Titans on the one hand, and the aforementioned start of Bill Willingham's...
  12. To be fair, I think nhienphan2808 was saying the...

    To be fair, I think nhienphan2808 was saying the same thing: that Jason the “bad and angry Robin” was a “Batgod-era” thing (the implication being that that's not what he was actually like before how...
  13. The thing about comics — all comics — is that it...

    The thing about comics — all comics — is that it never pays to examine them too closely. Invariably, you will encounter something that doesn't make sense.

    If you read between the lines, a case...
  14. No no, speak up. “Bad and angry Robin” was a...

    No no, speak up. “Bad and angry Robin” was a retcon of Jason, mostly after the fact. The post-Crisis retcon of the character have him more of an edge than he had had pre-Crisis, and that rubbed many...
  15. I mention agree in terms of capability. Remember,...

    I mention agree in terms of capability. Remember, this is also before Tim got any training. At that point in his life, I just don't think he would have been able to stalk Batman and Robin.
  16. How does someone who is between 5 and 10 stalk...

    How does someone who is between 5 and 10 stalk Batman and Robin? And why? Remember: by definition, this was before Tim uncovered Batman and Robin's secret identities, in a setting where the general...
  17. *cringe* After seeing how Cassandra was handled...

    *cringe* After seeing how Cassandra was handled in the Birds of Prey movie, I'm not sure I want to see Stephanie anywhere near the Batwoman TV series.
  18. For what it's worth, it's not so much the “Tim...

    For what it's worth, it's not so much the “Tim was there” part that I considered to have been retconned. It was the “Batman was there” part. But that just makes Tim drawing the connection that much...
  19. Well, yeah. I only brought it up because of the...

    Well, yeah. I only brought it up because of the comparison made in that part between bat-earrings and batarangs.
  20. Well, Tim's costume had the R on his chest as a...

    Well, Tim's costume had the R on his chest as a throwing instrument. I don't see why Stephanie couldn't use bat-earrings the same way. Though that strikes me as more of a Batgirl thing than a Robin...
  21. To be fair, Jason's death was as much a surprise...

    To be fair, Jason's death was as much a surprise to the folks at DC as it was to everyone else. Sure, when they set up the telephone hotline to determine Jason's fate in A Death in the Family, they...
  22. Year 3 is the most relevant to Tim; it's when...

    Year 3 is the most relevant to Tim; it's when Dick first meets Tim, on the day of his parents' deaths. It was Tim's memories of that day that helped him piece things together later. Dark Victory...
  23. At this point, what is and isn't continuity is...

    At this point, what is and isn't continuity is very much up in the air. But that's beside the point. These days, it's accepted wisdom that DKR is an alternate reality. In fact, Miller has pretty much...
  24. Actually, when A Lonely Place of Dying came out,...

    Actually, when A Lonely Place of Dying came out, Frank Miller's Year One was still very much considered mainstream continuity (Tim was introduced in Batman: Year 3, which was basically the...
  25. And Batman himself has demonstrated much more...

    And Batman himself has demonstrated much more contrived feats.
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