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O'Neil settled on using the poll to determine the fate of the second Robin.O'Neil said, "The logical candidate was Jason because we had reason to believe that he wasn't that popular anyway.

Dennis O'Neil, who took over as Batman editor in 1986, said, "They did hate him.The character debuted in Batman #357 (March 1983) and made his second cameo appearance in Detective Comics #526 (May 1983), but it wasn't until later that year when he would appear in costume as Robin in Batman #366 (Dec 1983) when he showed up towards the end of the story to help Batman fight the Joker.Following the 1985 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths, DC took the opportunity to reboot many of its properties.Mindful of the poor reception Jason received from readers, O'Neil arranged for a more nuanced introduction in which Tim first introduced himself to Dick Grayson and impressed the former Robin with his skills and was revealed to share a history with Grayson.Batman himself would slowly grow to accept Tim as his new partner, although the memory of Jason would play a heavy part in how Batman trained Tim in the months building up to his official appearance as Robin.

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