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Fastback

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Hawkeye7

Subj: Re: Did Robin exist in WWII?
Posted: Sat Apr 21, 2007 at 08:42:02 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Did Robin exist in WWII?
Posted: Sat Apr 21, 2007 at 09:38:36 am EDT

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> > After IC, and according to JSA flashback is it a return to the existance of a Robin in WWII? Not a Batman? Just saw his image in JSA #1 but it could be the 50s which still predates Grayson.
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> I believe that was use to reference that they remember being on Earth-2, which did have both Batman and Robin during WWII.
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> glguardian

In the original continuity the Earth-2 Robin did. He appears in some old All-Star Squadron issues. So, if we are going to the JSAers remembering Earth-2 on some level, than at least in their memories some Robin should have existed then.

They can cover it up a million times and try and make the new readers forget but they will fail every time. There is a history with the JSA and it involves Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and Robin. They have tried to "blink" it out of continuity and it screwed up a lot of history and thus is the creation of the hybrided Hypolita-Golden Age Wonder Woman mess. Nuff' said.
Eventually it will work its way back into continuity. If they have to say it belonged to a "alternate universe" that does not exist, then so be it. It did exist and the existence of Power girl is the perfect example of it.
I just want one thing before the crap hits the fan. I want to see the original Huntress come back in some form and kick that copycat Huntress in the face and beat her to a pulp. That would make my day.

Enough of me...