"Debut": Tim Drake returns to Gotham City and joins Batman on their first mission, as Robin. Batman founds two kids from the educational program Bruce sponsors trying to steal a store, and choose to scare them only, instead of turning them
- The past casts a long shadow--but maybe the bright light of the future will help to dispel it.
Appearing in "Debut"
- Ginny Gray (Single appearance)
- Chico, Larry
- Miss Meara (Single appearance)
- Bob Dane (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Debut"
Tim Drake returns to Gotham City and joins Batman on their first mission, as Robin. Batman founds two kids from the educational program Bruce sponsors trying to steal a store, and choose to scare them only, instead of turning them to police. Bruce visit the two teenagers, and offer them a job at Wayne enterprises, helping with living costs. After that, Bruce goes to a charity bash, of a popular drama at the time,Calistoga, while Robin patrol the streets; he finds a woman who, coincidentally is attending the said charity. She happens to be Ginny Gray, a woman who is in love with the main actor of the drama, or rather, the character he plays.She threatens him with a gun, but Bruce Wayne quickly neutralizes her. After a while, there are two good news: Alfred receives a call on Wayne Manor saying Timothy's father woke up. And James Gordon call the duo to tell them he proposed to Sarah Essen,and she accepted!
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