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BATMAN’s ‘New Generation of Allies’ Will Give Robin Superpowers

DC Comics, in their January solicitations, have revealed that not only is the most recent Robin, Damian Wayne, returning from the dead, but will have superpowers of his own. Newsarama speculated in an article published on November 10 that Damian could be the herald of “a new generation of allies” for Batman that Batman writer Scott Snyder promised in an interview with the site from last February.

Created by writer Grant Morrison and artist Andy Kubert and debuting in 2006’s “Batman & Son” storyline, Damian Wayne is the biological son of Bruce Wayne and Talia Al Guhl. After Batman’s death in 2008, Damien took over the role of Robin to the new Batman, Dick Grayson (Nightwing and the original Robin). He continued as Robin into the “New 52” company-wide reboot in 2011, but was killed off in 2013.

Source: Newsarama

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Author:Tom Speelman

A lifetime of reading comics and watching television has left Tom with an inexhaustible supply of pop culture knowledge from the obvious to the obscure. Rather than keep it all in his brain for use at parties, Tom turned to writing a few years ago to help him share that knowledge with as many people as are remotely interested. Tom writes for several websites including The Mary Sue, Strange Horizons, Loser City and others. For even further rambling, follow him on Twitter @tomtificate.

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