Tim Drake

Vote on the Best and Worst Comic Book Romances, Round V
In today's polls, we look at love in the Bat-family, where romance typically takes a backseat in the Batmobile to justice, punching, and moping. Is there such a thing as a great love interest in Batman's life? Do Tim and Steph belong together, and is Dick meant to be happy ever after with Babs or Kory or you? (It's you, isn't it? We didn't include a poll for that one, because it was always Dick and you.)
Alisa Kwitney Brings Stephanie Brown Back as Batgirl for 'Convergence' [Interview]
DC's big Convergence event seems set to bring back a lot of familiar faces, with solicitations teasing new stories featuring characters ranging from Ryan Choi through to the married Clark Kent and Lois Lane. But more than anyone else, it's the return of a certain blonde Batgirl that really got people talking. After recently showing up in Batman: Eternal under her guise as Spoiler, this April sees the return of Stephanie Brown as Batgirl, for a two-part story from the creative team of Alisa Kwitney, Rick Leonardi, and Mark Pennington. Trapped under one of Brainiac's domes as part of Convergence, the two-parter sees Stephanie, Cassandra Cain and Tim Drake join forces to protect Gotham from -- what else? -- a giant rampaging gorilla. Gorilla Grodd, no less. And Catman's there too! With so much going on in just two issues, we spoke to Kwitney about what we can expect from Stephanie Brown's return this April.
Ask Chris #147: The Best Robin Ever
Over a lifetime of reading comics, Senior Writer Chris Sims has developed an inexhaustible arsenal of facts and opinions. That's why, each and every week, we turn to you to put his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions...
The Spandex Closet: 10 Superheroes Who Need To Come Out
Superhero comics have a diversity problem. The leading characters are largely male, mostly white, and overwhelmingly straight. By definition, well-established characters come from an era when the culture was even straighter, whiter and more male than it is today, and as a result the characters fail to represent the diversity of their audience. ...
Robin Pummels Crime In New ‘Batman: Arkham City’ Promos [Video]
When word broke that Tim Drake was designed with a potential cage fighting background in mind in Batman: Arkham City, fans were a little flustered. Tim's traditionally been more about brains than brawn, after all. It's too soon to know exactly how this personality modification will play out as part of Best Buy's (and GameStop's, in other parts of the world) exclusive Robin DLC, but judging from tw
Robin’s ‘Batman: Arkham City’ Costumes Surface
If you haven't been sold on Batman: Arkham City's more brooding take on Tim Drake thus far, the Arkhamcity.co.uk board has spotted additional looks for the anti-Boy Wonder that might be more your speed. An image collecting the standard outfit along with Drake's Red Robin and (Dick Grayson's) Batman: The Animated Series skins have popped up on Amazon...
Tim Drake: Celibacy Icon?
In the latest issue of Red Robin, Tim Drake took some time off from orchestrating a shadowy master plan, re-connecting with his old ally Cassandra Cain and hugging his newly-back-from-the-dead adoptive father to make out with a lovely lady on a rooftop...
Robin Plus Robin Equals Robin
Robin's had a hard time of things lately. After Batman went all *Omega Beam Sound!* in Grant Morrison's "Final Crisis" last year, Tim Drake got broody and has since been on a mission to prove Bruce Wayne is alive (because, well, there's a caveman acting a lot like him in the past)...