The first time I read that, I totally swore Harley was saying ‘Robin time’ and well… it was a very awkward thought process.
That’s what I thought as well. But then I figured why not they both wear red and they both work for the Batman and the Joker respectively. Then I realized she meant robbing as in stealing and I was sad again…
Yeah I read the same thing the first time. What Robin does while Batman is away.
Maybe it’s a convenient way of saying these things. I always thought they’d split the work: one would go after Robin, and the other would do the robbing, and both would end up ahead.
What they’d do with Robin, I’ll never tell.
Awkward? Awkward!? I’d totally hi-five the little bastard.
No, I’m Batman.
Is it bad that I kind of ship Harley and Ivy?
No, since it’s canon!
I think this might be the first Batman appearance where he didn’t say “I’m Batman.” lol
Maybe he thought it was time to retire, or at least minimize, its usage.
Also, I thought they said “Robin”, too. And haven’t villains done this sort of thing to Batman in the actual Batman universe? Red herrings and all that jazz?
Nope. Very early on, there’s a comic in which Batman plays DDR. He’s silent the whole time.
There’s also the one in which Gordon won’t stop looking at him so he doesn’t do his dissapearing act.
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