C. Too damn many Robins, who can keep track? He makes a good target, though, more easily aimed at than Batman, so it's not like he doesn't serve his purpose.
But if he stopped being Robin, wouldn't that just open the job up for someone else? Wanting him not to be Robin because there are too many Robins doesn't make any damn sense.
Lol, I actually like Jason as Red Hood, but only the New 52 version, where as I dislike Damian's arrogance, disrespect to Batman, overall lack of common sense, and lack of morals. I still like Dick Grayson as Nightwing and Tim Drake as Robin most.
^This, This, A THOUSAND TIMES THIS. I don't necessarily agree with your opinions about Damian though. It's important for a character to have flaws.
I think Tim fits the role of Robin the best but Damian is my second favorite Robin. He's definitely had the most character development inside the role ( I only say "inside the role" because Jason's character developed a hell of a lot as well but only after he had become Red Hood.)
@JakeN7: My thought is that there should be no more Robins. What's the point of the character if he doesn't take up the Batman mantle when Bruce is too old or dead. Either allow the characters to age or discontinue Robin altogether. Stupid characterization, silly outfit, bad idea.
@satyrgod: "What's the point of the character if he doesn't take up the Batman mantle when Bruce is too old or dead?"
But he did...
@satyrgod: "Either allow the characters to age or discontinue Robin altogether."
How have they not aged?
Dick became Nightwing
Jason became Red Hood
Tim became Red Robin
Damian's character development has shown nothing but progression.
@satyrgod: "silly outfit"
I feel like the costume has become significantly less silly over time. Case in point...
I love Damian,
but i eventually want him to become Azrael
That's random...care to elaborate?
It just seems proper for him to me. (Note: I've never read a comic with Azrael in it) He appears to me that he's a batman esque character who kills, but is firmly good. Somewhat like Red Hood. Damian would perfectly fit that role.
Nope, he's easily my favorite Robin.
What they said.
yes and I hope Jason Todd goes down with him.
Leave Damian and just kill off Todd. That's my opinion on the subject.
I agree with this too.
He doesn't need to be killed, but I'd like to see him move past being Robin. I like most of the Robins in their post-Robin identities, but I'm not fond of the "Robin" persona. I get that its tradition but it never seemed to fit to me. Batman decides to wage a war of terror on the criminal underworld by preying on the fear of his enemies. He then takes on a series of child apprentices who dress in brightly colored costumes and also participate in his crusade. You can see where the logic breaks down.
I was apprehensive at first, but I am glad that I gave him the opportunity. I really like Damian's character and he has earned the Robin title. I dont like the days of future past crap "ending" they have crafted in his wake though. That was stupid and it really limits his growth potential as a character.
@Jean199999: he will never stand up to the likes of Darkseid or even scarecrow, but he acts without thinking, it will get him killed, I would find it interesting for him to become a villain though...maybe a Merc...I've got it! He will replace Ra's...he is always looking for the perfect replacement, i think he just found it. MWAHAHAHA