View Poll Results: Who's your favorite Robin? (Robins?)

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  • Golden Age Dick Grayson (pre-CoIE Earth-2 / became adult Robin with JSA)

    7 3.13%
  • Dick Grayson (later Nightwing / Silver Age +)

    60 26.79%
  • young Bruce Wayne (Detective Comics #226, December 1955)

    0 0%
  • Bruce Wayne, Jr. (Batman #131 and others, 1960-1964)

    0 0%
  • Jason Todd (later Red Hood / 1983 +)

    27 12.05%
  • Carrie Kelley (Frank Miller's future Robin, 1986 +)

    2 0.89%
  • Tim Drake (later Red Robin / 1989 +)

    62 27.68%
  • robotic "Toy Wonder" (from DC One Million / 1998)

    0 0%
  • Stephanie Brown (originally Spoiler, also Batgirl / became Robin in 2004)

    9 4.02%
  • Damian Wayne (2006 +)

    53 23.66%
  • Helena Wayne (New52 Earth 2 version, later Huntress / 2012 +)

    1 0.45%
  • Duke Thomas (Robin from Futures End / 2014)

    1 0.45%
  • Matt McGinnis (younger brother of Terry McGinnis in Batman Beyond / 2018 +)

    1 0.45%
  • We Are Robin gang (Duke Thomas, Riko, Dre, Isabella, Daxton, Troy, etc. / 2015-2016)

    1 0.45%
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    Invincible Member MajorHoy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drako View Post
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    I voted for him but it's strange that Dick is winning by a huge margin in the poll about favorite Batfamily characters but not winning this one. You'd think he'd be winning this poll by an even bigger margin with less characters to compete with. As Shane "Hurricane" Helms would say: what's up wit dat?
    Well, he is the only one with two options to vote.
    If you add the two options for Dick together, he would be in the lead.
    But for people who are old enough to have read the pre-CoIE JSA stories where an adult Dick-as-Robin was a member, that version to me was different enough from the post-"New Look" Robin (where Dick went from Boy Wonder to Teen Wonder and eventually dropped the Robin identity for Nightwing) to earn two separate entries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorHoy View Post
    If you add the two options for Dick together, he would be in the lead.
    But for people who are old enough to have read the pre-CoIE JSA stories where an adult Dick-as-Robin was a member, that version to me was different enough from the post-"New Look" Robin (where Dick went from Boy Wonder to Teen Wonder and eventually dropped the Robin identity for Nightwing) to earn two separate entries.
    Dick became Teen Wonder and Nightwing pre-CoIE.
    His history until the New 52 had references of the Golden Age stories, especially with Morrison.

    But i understand why you choose to have the Earth 2 counterpart there.

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    Dick Grayson closely followed by Damian Wayne then Tim Drake and Jason Todd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorHoy View Post
    If you add the two options for Dick together, he would be in the lead.
    But for people who are old enough to have read the pre-CoIE JSA stories where an adult Dick-as-Robin was a member, that version to me was different enough from the post-"New Look" Robin (where Dick went from Boy Wonder to Teen Wonder and eventually dropped the Robin identity for Nightwing) to earn two separate entries.
    Quote Originally Posted by Drako View Post
    Dick became Teen Wonder and Nightwing pre-CoIE...
    I'm aware of that. The pre-CoIE reference was strictly in relation to adult Dick-as-Robin on Earth-2 (since the end result of CoIE was the end of that Earth-2 world).
    For the Dick Grayson of (pre-CoIE) Earth-1 / current-day-version of Dick, I pretty much was referencing his more distinct time frame as starting with "post-'New Look' ", i.e. starting with Detective Comics #327 in 1964.

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