So last time I talked about how Stan Lee re-envisioned Batman as part of DC's "Just Imagine" project. Now it's time to look at what he and artist John Byrne did to Robin! And well, frankly, Stan's take on Robin is pretty similar to Jason Todd, except in this instance the kid seems to be Asian. He's a streetwise tough guy who was dropped on the steps of an orphanage which just happens to be a front for the sinister Church of Eternal Empowerment. The church is run by a reverend named Dominic Darrk who secretly wants to summon an evil being named Crisis (ya see all these DC references that Stan Lee is trying to sneak in here?) to Earth, and Darrk takes a special liking to Robin and blesses him with superior strength and instincts, then hypnotizes him to go on a mission to kill the Batman, who's recently popped up in Los Angeles and might be a threat to the Church's work. Batman helps Robin break free of the hypnosis and the two of them defeat Darrk's minions, but the reverend escapes to cause more trouble in the other "Just Imagine" books. What's funny is that these versions of Batman and Robin never officially work together... Batman asks Robin to be his partner but the cocky kid totally brushes the offer away and says that he doesn't need anyone. Things would start to get more interesting (and really friggin' bizarre) in the finale of Stan's "Just Imagine" series, when the Church of Eternal Empowerment finally succeeds in bringing Crisis to Earth. In the final pages of that book, Robin actually becomes corrupted and turns into a full-on bad guy, receiving special powers that allows him to morph into a bird-like creature named...Hawkman. BUT WAIT - in the conclusion he's cleansed via the power of Green Lantern and transforms into a cosmic being called ATOM who vanquishes Crisis and saves the day! Yeah, you heard me right. Robin ultimately becomes an evil Hawkman and then a god-like version of Atom in this universe. Crazy can't even describe it.