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"In the Shadow of Two Fathers": Jack Drake has learned that his son has been acting as the hero Robin, though he doesn't know that Tim has been reluctant to do so for a few months (though he now feels more positive about it). Jack is convinced that Batman/Bruce Wayne has been brainwashing his bo


Quote1 So, effective immediately, I quit. I'm no longer Robin. Quote2
-- Tim Drake



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Synopsis for "In the Shadow of Two Fathers"

Jack Drake has learned that his son has been acting as the hero Robin, though he doesn't know that Tim has been reluctant to do so for a few months (though he now feels more positive about it). Jack is convinced that Batman/Bruce Wayne has been brainwashing his boy, and is disturbed to discover that this isn't the case. However, after a long talk with his father, Tim comes to a decision. He is to quit as Robin in accordance with his dad's wishes, and in return, Jack Drake will not expose Batman and Robin's identities.



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  • This book was first published on April 21, 2004.
  • This issue is reprinted in the Robin: Unmasked! collected edition.

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