Tim Drake Will Get a New Identity Again in Young Justice #7

Poor Tim Drake. The guy has a lot of trouble figuring out who he is. First, he was Robin. Pretty simple. Then he naturally progressed to being Red Robin. Then Dan Didio, in all his wisdom, decided DC needed to publish exactly 52 books every month and they should all have the tone of being written by a ten-year-old boy. And so naturally Bob Harras called up Scott Lobdell, one thing led to another, and boom, Tim Drake was never Robin! He was just Red Robin, which you, is still kind of a Robin, but look, it was the Nu52. Don’t try to make sense of it. But then James Tynion fixed it, and Tim Drake was Robin again. Phew! We’re glad that’s over with!

Except it’s not over with. Now Tim Drake is getting a new identity, according to the solicit for July’s Young Justice #7. Read it and weep, folks. No, seriously. Go ahead and have a good cry for Tim.

Well, at least he’s not calling himself Ric Drake.

YOUNG JUSTICE #7
written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
art and cover by JOHN TIMMS
variant cover by RILEY ROSSMO
Young Justice—lost in the Multiverse! After the explosive conclusion to their Gemworld adventure, the team is having a tough time finding their way back to their Earth. No, we can’t tell you where they end up, but rest assured, you will be surprised! But as exciting as all that is, we have bigger problems to deal with as Tim Drake is about to do something he has only done…lots of times before. He is about to announce his new alias…a new superhero name. A Young Justice name. And this time, it’s permanent. Like, forever.
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Tim Drake Will Get a New Identity Again in Young Justice #7 Tim Drake Will Get a New Identity Again in Young Justice #7

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