Here's a link to a highly speculative article on Comicbook.com discussing some possible changes in the Bat-family this spring. What do you think? Will Harper Row become the new Robin after... yuck... Damian Wayne finally gets his well-deserved death? Or is this a flashback to a gentler time when Dick Grayson wore the costume? Or will the new female Robin be...
Okay, sorry about that last one. Actually, I'd be very happy if DC did reintroduce Steph into continuity this way. Unfortunately, I can foresee a coming storm if DC does go the Harper Row route, because that means Steph's place as the first female Robin is no more. Another boot in the bum for that character and her long-suffering fans.
I don't read these New 52 books, so I'm not entirely sure how the Batman continuity works these days. Simple answer from my online searches seems to be, "It doesn't." I mean, no Steph, no Cass, car-loads of Robins and ex-Robins running around despite Batman's having been in action about 5 years or so. There are only two things I know for certain.
One, here comes something to do with Robin. And two, if this is a new female Robin, she won't be Cass Cain.