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actually since they are Frank Millers version for B V S then a female Robin is he only way to go
Main article: Carrie Kelley
In Frank Miller's non-canonical The Dark Knight Returns, the role of Robin is filled by Carrie Kelley, a thirteen-year-old girl. She becomes Robin, and is accepted by the Batman after she saves his life. Unlike the previous Robins, Carrie is not an orphan, but she appears to have rather neglectful parents who are never actually depicted (one of them mutters "Didn't we have a kid?" while their daughter is watching the fierce battle between Batman and the Mutants). It is hinted through their dialogue that they were once activists and possibly hippies during the 1960s, but have since become apathetic stoners. She was the first female Robin and the first Robin with living parents. In the sequel, Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again, 2001, Carrie dons the identity of Catgirl but still works as Batman's second-in-command.
She was also featured in an episode of Batman: The Animated Series entitled "Legends of the Dark Knight". She then appeared in Batman: The Brave and the Bold's episode entitled "Batman Dies At Dawn!" along with Dick Grayson, Jason Todd, Tim Drake, Stephanie Brown, and Damian Wayne. Kelley will make her next appearance in the main, canonical DC Universe when she appears in The New 52's Batman and Robin Issue 19 (titled Batman and Red Robin).
sorry , i will now go and organize my pocket protectors
Sounds like some writers/producers are anti-gay and are clearly perturbed by the thought of having a male Robin as the ward of one Bruce Wayne, right Robin?
fuck that you love comics remember we are cool now damnit
Pro Islam Apologist Ben Affleck in it? No thanks.
Quite a conundrum, the obvious answer is to make him a ladyboy.
40 year old "little boys" cheer the news
Robin was always the broad in the relationship.
I don't know if it's being a liberal pc faggot or if the female audience has grown and they are trying to bring in more women readers. So I'll reserve judgment.
Better a woman than another gay Robin.
Notice the OP said "female", not girl. Perhaps a post op tran as Robin.