As for the loss of Robin Williams, Durvasula and Gelbart take note of the conversation it’s started. More people are discussing depression, suicide, and how each can be prevented. Though that’s not to say it’s a perfect conversation. “One of the more dangerous things I hear is, 'He had everything. Kids who loved him, a wife who loved him and lots of money'," Durvasula said. "Instead of giving the person 'something to live for,' it can actually leave them feeling more guilty, more worthless because despite all of that they still feel hopeless. Too often we try to 'cheer people up' who are depressed, but that’s like trying to stop someone from bleeding using a joke. It just doesn't work."
Remember Tim Drake’s heroic and tragic death scene? Psych! He is actually alive. Of course, we figured such a revelation would come eventually, since that is how things work in comic books. Particularly with Robins, no one stays dead for long. Tim was bound to be magically resurrected or revealed to be secretly alive at some point. But we we not expecting to see this so soon. Soon after his death scene, Detective Comics #940 reveals that Tim never really died during the drone attack. Mister Oz had teleported him to a secret location and is keeping him prisoner. We have no idea where is he or why Mister Oz has taken an interest in the young detective, and Tim promises that this isn’t over. What’s worse is that Batman and Spoiler have no idea he’s still alive, and are mourning their loss. Everyone is eager for the characters to finally catch on. Plus, brooding-over-the-latest-dead-Robin Batman is one of his most annoying states.
As news spreads in town that the Wicked Witch is responsible for the new curse, Robin goes alone to the suspected villain's house to investigate. He accidentally fires an arrow at Regina , mistaking her for the Wicked Witch, and promptly apologizes. Robin recalls her as the former Evil Queen , though she prefers to be called Regina. Since they have similar plans of searching the Wicked Witch's house, he goes along with her. In response to Regina's warning about not getting in her way, Robin says, "I wouldn't dream of it", which is the same words he said a year ago in the Enchanted Forest when they broke into the palace together. Though neither remember this, she suspiciously asks if they have met before. Robin denies it, but is certain if they had, he wouldn't forget someone like her. Inside the house, she searches for signs of the Wicked Witch's magic potions, but can't find anything. He expresses surprise at Regina since she isn't evil like her past title proclaimed her to. She remarks that fear can be a powerful influence of how people see her. They lock eyes, as Robin moves closer to her as if to kiss her, but then, he reaches behind a shelf to pick up a bottle. When he asks if it's magical, Regina humorously points it out as whiskey. Deciding to take a break, Robin rolls up his sleeves to pour some for them. As he hands her a cup, she is shocked to see a lion tattoo on his arm. Years ago, Regina was offered a second chance at true love, which led to a man with a lion tattoo, but she did not pursue it and never saw his face. Unaware of this, he watches in confusion as she flees the house. Later, Robin spends time with Roland and the Merry Men, unaware that Regina is watching him from a distance. (" Quiet Minds ")