I put links for Helena and Carrie to their "worlds" where they were Robins instead of Prime or New Earth. Both characters exist in Prime Earth, but both have not been Robin yet and artist did not include Canary or Cassandra, who in my opinion, are a good part of the Batman family.
Thinking overall the tribute was for comic book junkies who knew all the Robins.
Your decision if you want me to change links to be consistant to the correct "world".
Hmmm, interesting question. I hadn't thought much about trying to link characters in the summaries, though it'd definitely be useful to some folk. I'm not super interested in duplicating what the Cass wikia did, though I won't delete any character entries someone chooses to add, I'm not going to create any. I see you're linking to the DC wikia, - that's a great idea - it's a pretty solid one, and I've tried to help with Steph stuff there, though they're WAY stricter than we are here. :)
When I talked to Tom King at AwesomeCon this year, he said that the logic behind most of the people in the room was that they were Robin (except for Babs, who was Batgirl, connected through Jim and Dick and mentoring nearly all of the other Robins and Batgirls). I think leaving out Cass was a mistake, but...eh.
I don't think Helena should be linked, actually - because we don't know which world this is, and it's not actually any Helena that's been seen before, if this is the Tom King future. Carrie, I would argue, should be linked to her disambiguation page https://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Carrie_Kelley, because we have no real idea which one it is.
Yeah. This section of War Games is pretty brutal - it's why, even though I bought the first part of the new printing digitally on sale because it has all of Steph's issues as Robin, I haven't gotten the second volume - I just don't want to read it again.
I think I'd like to leave it on both pages - on the Batgirl page because it's an important part of her history as Batgirl, and on the N52 to give some weight to the idea that she was forgotten for 3 years, and only alternate continuity things that were mostly holdovers from before the reboot featured her.
I also added some more pages of Tiny Titans #33 and was going to add to the Alternate Continuity Appearances Section of n52 section when I get through Chronology section.
I still have not figured out what story line that Batman Chronicles Gallety page picture goes with, so that might be a good one for this section also. I don't remember the sleeve/shoulder thing on Spoiler's costume in any of my daughter's comic books around this time frame...
Batman Chronicles Gallery should be #1 as only one that I g
Have found listed.
I'll have to go through all my daughter's binders to see if any others are not on this website. Just working backwards with my daughter's binders to get the "story" matching the site to update her Table of Contents for each binder.
Costume is closest to Robin 3-5 one...although boots match better with the Robin 24-25 costume era...has to be an alternate universe as can't find a story in the Catwoman series that matches the two guys they are fighting.
My daughter is less excited after the way they described Spoiler in the DC Comics April Previews page 9 "Spoiler is someone who's gonna get in over her head if they leave her unsupervised, and bring major heat down on herself--she's a potential problem."
Yeah, I really disliked that as well - but that wasn't the writer describing her that way, that was an editor. So I think it's probably just bad articulation (the stuff for Cass and Tim was pretty dumb, too).
I told her at least there will be more character development and hopefully some fun interaction with Tim and Cass. Thinking that "We Are Robin" series did pretty well (along with Gotham Academy) that made them think they can develop smaller time heroes and have a following.