On post-Crisis Earth-3, the Teen Titans' Talon and Duela Dent, the daughter of the Jokester, had been dating.When Duela revealed their relationship to her parents, her father denounced her and the two fled.This page is a list of the alternative versions of Robin in comic books, including DC Comics, the multiverse, Elseworlds, and other sources.
When the Multiverse was recreated in the DC Universe event, Infinite Crisis, a new Earth-Two was born, with a Dick Grayson that resembles the original Earth-Two Grayson.
It was established that this new Earth-Two was not the same one as before the Crisis on the Infinite Earths, although Grayson's attitude and his status as a crime-fighter with the Justice Society certainly reflected what had gone before.
After the events of Flashpoint, Helena Wayne, daughter of Earth-2's Batman and Catwoman served as Robin and became the only partner that Batman had ever had.
In this continuity, Bruce Wayne had never adopted Dick Grayson as his ward, so he never became Robin on Earth-2.
This allowed creators to publish comic books featuring Robin while being able to disregard Golden Age stories, solving an incongruity, as Robin had been published as a single ongoing incarnation since inception.
Robin's origin and history begins the same as the classic version except the timeframe occurs when the Detective Comics #38 was originally printed: 1940.In it, Bruce Wayne marries Kathy Kane, the Batwoman and they have a son named Bruce Jr.When Wayne retires as Batman, Dick Grayson takes over the role of the Caped Crusader.However, he does appear later, married to Earth-2's Barbara Gordon, who never became Batgirl on Earth-2.The second Talon is shown in Teen Titans #38 (2006), the former sidekick of Owlman, created by Geoff Johns and Tony S. He is a former member of the Crime Society and a member of the Teen Titans during the one-year gap after Infinite Crisis.This version of Dick Grayson ceased to exist after the multi arc DC Universe spanning event Crisis on Infinite Earths.