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)

    6 3.13%
  • Dick Grayson (later Nightwing / Silver Age +)

    52 27.08%
  • 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 +)

    23 11.98%
  • Carrie Kelley (Frank Miller's future Robin, 1986 +)

    2 1.04%
  • Tim Drake (later Red Robin / 1989 +)

    53 27.60%
  • robotic "Toy Wonder" (from DC One Million / 1998)

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

    6 3.13%
  • Damian Wayne (2006 +)

    47 24.48%
  • Helena Wayne (New52 Earth 2 version, later Huntress / 2012 +)

    1 0.52%
  • Duke Thomas (Robin from Futures End / 2014)

    1 0.52%
  • Matt McGinnis (younger brother of Terry McGinnis in Batman Beyond / 2018 +)

    0 0%
  • We Are Robin gang (Duke Thomas, Riko, Dre, Isabella, Daxton, Troy, etc. / 2015-2016)

    1 0.52%
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  1. #211
    Ultimate Member MajorHoy's Avatar
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    If I can update the count without upsetting anyone,
    * Tim Drake (later Red Robin / 1989 +) = 48 votes (+2)
    * Dick Grayson (Nightwing/Silver Age +) = 47 votes (+3)
    * Damian Wayne (2006 +) = 43 votes (+2)
    * Jason Todd (later Red Hood / 1983 +) = 23 votes (no change)
    * Stephanie Brown (orig. Spoiler/became Robin in 2004) = 5 votes (no change)
    * Golden Age Dick Grayson (pre-CoIE Earth-2/adult Robin) = 5 votes (+1)

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    well after going through Golden Age comics, Golden Age Robin takes the cake for me. he has the spunk that no one else has, not even later versions of Dick. the only one who comes close to him is NTT Dick Grayson, just as the only one to hold a candle for Golden Age Batman is 70s Batman, and the 80s is not even my favorite historical era of writing style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by godisawesome View Post
    Tim Drake; I'm a child of the 90's who got into comics through the ones that made it to some antique stores at lightning speed, and Tim's snarky humor, down-to-earth perspective, clever writing, and most importantly, highly successful solo series as Robin basically defined how I view the role and judge other Robins.
    Right there with you, though I was a young adult in the 90s, but that's when I first got into comics, when Tim was Robin. So my intro to the Bat-books included Chuck Dixon's Robin comics of that decade, and he'll always be my favorite for that reason.
    Just re-reading my old collection, filling in the occasional gap with back issues, not buying anything new.

    Currently working my way through 1990's Flash, Impulse, and JLA, and occasional other related stuff.

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