The Dark Knight has a lot of secrets his handlers at DC would rather stay buried. He's kind of a jerk, he's had his ups and downs, and he's pretty much a wholesale rip-off of another pulp character from the thirties. In fact the only other character in comics who might have him beat for embarrassing skeletons in the closet may just be his sidekick. Robin The Boy Wonder, Batman's erstwhile sidekick, has been around for nearly as long as his mentor and has managed to accumulate his own admirable collection of awful clandestine milestones. Right now the weird history of the prototypical sidekick is being delved into with the Robin Rises storyline, where Batman tries to figure out what the deal is with his clone son Damian, previously presumed dead but now somehow not? And what's going on with Dick Grayson, the original Boy Wonder, who also appears to be dead? Comixology have currently got a Robin 101 sale going on to help get you up to speed with the character's history, but even with all that, you won't be getting the full story. What are the parts of Robin that remain unexplored (oo-er)? What are the aspects of the Boy Wonder which have been left back in the mists of time, abandoned like an injured soldier dragging the rest of the squad down? Why did anybody think it was appropriate for a kid sidekick to flounce around in hot pants and green booties? We will go over all this and more amongst our ten things DC wants you to forget about Robin.