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O'Neil was quoted on the back cover of A Death in the Family trade paperback collecting the story with Todd's death as saying, "It would be a really sleazy stunt to bring him back." There was a degree of discontinuity between the Batman and Detective Comics titles with regards to the portrayal of Jason.A great deal of adventures occurred post-Crisis which fit with the circus acrobat era and in some cases ran simultaneously in Detective as the street kid origin was being laid out in Batman.This led to a blackout of almost any Robin appearances in Detective. Eleven months passed between Jason's death in Batman #428 and the first mention of his passing in Detective Comics #606.In 1989, Denny O'Neil, Marv Wolfman and Pat Broderick would introduce Tim Drake as the third Robin.The character was completely revamped and the new version of the character was not well received by fans.Dennis O'Neil, who took over as Batman editor in 1986, said, "They did hate him.Loeb explained, "I always liked Jason, liked the idea that Batman had a Robin who died in the line of duty and how that would motivate anyone to continue their quest.It would also be the most recent, most painful thing he had to endure.
O'Neil said, "The logical candidate was Jason because we had reason to believe that he wasn't that popular anyway.
and became the second character to assume the role of Batman's vigilante partner, Robin.