|May 19, 2004|
|Written by||Bill Willingham|
|Cover by||Damion Scott|
|Interior Art by||Damion Scott|
|Colored by||Guy Major|
|Lettering by||Phil Balsman|
|Edited by||Michael Wright|
|Previous Issue||Robin #125|
|Next Issue||Robin #127|
Steph: "No...not Stephanie...not even Spoiler...from now one you can call me...Robin."
First appearance of Stephanie Brown as Robin! Tim Drake has relinquished the cape and mask. Now, Batman must name a successor--and his new Robin isn't a Boy Wonder at all! The Girl Wonder makes her startling debut!
Tim Drake has relinquished the cape and mask. Now, Batman must name a successor and his new Robin isn't a Boy Wonder at all... The Girl Wonder makes her startling debut in Robin #126, written by Bill Willingham (Fables)! This landmark issue is a perfect jumping-on point for new readers and also features the debut of new series artist, Damion Scott (Batgirl)!
In the wake of the startling events of Robin #125, in which Tim Drake gave up the mantle of Robin, Batman must find a new teen hero to fill the void as his faithful apprentice. But you won't get the full story here. You'll just have to pick up the issue to discover the identity of the first female to take on the role of Robin in official continuity! Batman's choice will have repercussions throughout the DC Universe...and this story gets the ball rolling for much bigger events coming later in 2004.
Behind the Scenes: Damion Scott's bright, dramatic cover for this issue became one of the most iconic images of Steph's career as Robin, though sadly eclipsed by Jock's gory cover for Detective Comics #809.