I have talked about how great Tiny Titans is too many times on this blog to count. It is a great mix of silliness and DC continuity and silliness about DC continuity. As a result I can enjoy it as much as the supergirls at home.
And as much as the payoff to the purple lady gag is great, I liked the games page at the end even more.
I don't think I'll be taking away any of the surprise when I say that this connect the dots puzzle ends up being BizarroGirl.
I absolutely loved the BizarroGirl story arc by Gates/Igle/Chang in the Supergirl book. So I am glad to see that she has somehow managed to catch on, even if it isn't in the main DC continuity yet.
For all I know, Bizarros don't exist yet in the DCnU.
While the purple lady is an ongoing gag, the bulk of the issue revolves around the Protector subbing for Robin. Tiny Titans creative team of Franco and Art Baltazar are really kicking over some stones of the old DCU. Here is the 'old' Protector's Whos Who 1987 Update page where we learn he is a 'normal' high school student fighting against drug dealers after losing his brother to addiction.
As I said above, Tiny Titans allows me to introduce some of the DCU concepts to my kids in a friendly, simple, and innocent way. So I really love this book.