Dick Grayson appears in 6891 issues.
A famed wartime super-group which included almost all the heroes of the time, combining members of the Justice Society of America, Freedom Fighters and the Seven Soldiers of Victory with assorted solo heroes. The team was briefly revived by Alan Scott during the Final Crisis storyline.
Dick is the originator of the mantle of Robin and originally the other half of the dynamic duo. Through the years he has adopted the role of Batman twice, during which he formed his own Dynamic Duo: first with Tim Drake and then later with Damian Wayne.
The crimefighters of Gotham who have allied themselves with Batman, and operate with his sanction, oversight and resources.
Batman Inc. is the result of Bruce Wayne using the concept and idea of Batman to counter-act the idea of crime. His goal is to make Batman a global franchise and stop crime around the world.
The Batmen of All Nations are heroes around the world who were inspired by Batman and Robin to become crime-fighters.
An after school club for Tiny Titans who have bird related names or powers.
Bludhaven is a city of corruption, and Dick joined the Bludhaven Police Department to get to the root of that corruption.
A clandestine organization older than Gotham City that decides to take it over. However, to succeed, they will have to face numerous obstacles, including Gotham's dark knight-- Batman.
In an authoritarian future where 90% of superhumans were depowered, the Crusaders are a branch of the Department of Defense headed by Kate Kane that enforces the prohibition against superpowers in the United States.
As Nightwing in a cameo role only.
Dick was the third member of the world famous Flying Graysons, alongside his parents. Upon their murder, he would use the skills they taught him throughout his life.
A traveling circus that was once home to the Flying Graysons, and is currently owned by their son, Dick Grayson.
Strongly against Superman's creation of the One-Earth Regime, Batman summons as many heroes he can find who have yet to side with Superman's dictatorship in order to combat it from the shadows.
Joined in JLA (1997) #69.
Nightwing joined the Justice League of Arkham alongside his mentor and several inmates of Arkham Asylum.
Formerly normal people that have been twisted genetically into rampaging monstrous giants at the hands of Dr. Hugo Strange.
A group of several detectives, journalists and writers. The group solves mysteries and share stories of adventure and danger.
Dick reluctantly accepted Arsenal's offer to lead a pro-active team of meta-human crime-fighters whom Dick later named the Outsiders as an homage to his mentor's old group. Dick eventually handed leadership back to Batman after realizing that he simply wasn't an outsider.
The Tiny Titans extracurricular club that accidentally causes trouble. That's why "The first rule of Pet Club. We don't talk about Pet Club".
Dick infiltrates the Secret Society of Super-Villains when he came up with the identity of Renegade and attempted to fool Deathstroke.
One of the most powerful international spy agencies in the world founded by the enigmatic Otto Netz, known as the first Agent Zero and Doctor Dedalus. Formerly lead by his daughter Kathy Kane and later Mr. Minos, the organization's current director is Patron, known as the Tiger King of Kandahar.
Dick as Robin was a part of the Super Friends alongside his mentor Batman.
Batman and Robin joined a group of high-profile DC Heroes to protect the world from a group of high-profile DC Villains, who were pawns of otherworldly forces.
Following Bruce's death during Final Crisis, Dick took his mentor's place in the Superman/Batman team up.
Dick Grayson had teamed up with Kid Flash and Aqualad as Robin in The Brave and the Bold (Vol. 1) #54. In the Brave and the Bold #60, he was seen alongside both of them as well as Wonder Girl as the Teen Titans. It was later revealed in Teen Titans (Vol. 1) #53 that the four of them and Speedy had rescued the Justice League of America from the control of Antithesis and became the five founders of the team in between the events of The Brave and the Bold #54 and #60. He has been the leader of each version of the team he has been on.
Superhero team from future.
Nightwing was a part of The Network set up following Bruce's death, which was designed to fill the gap left by Batman. Nightwing was frequently the leader giving Oracle orders to coordinate the various heroes.
A team of people that fights the amazons in England during Flashpoint. Notable members are Etrigan, Godiva, Grifter and Canterbury Cricket.
Following the Technis Imperative, Nightwing and the other founding members of both the Teen Titans and the New Teen Titans joined forces and reformed as the Titans.
Dick as Robin is a member of the Tiny Titans.
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