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Following the cancellation of the Anarky series, and Grant's departure from DC Comics, Anarky experienced a prolonged period of absence from DC publications, despite professional and fan interest in his return. [6] [7] This period of obscurity lasted approximately nine years, with three brief interruptions for minor cameo appearances in 2000, 2001, and 2005. In 2008, Anarky reappeared in an issue of Robin authored by Fabian Nicieza , with the intention of ending this period of obscurity. [8] [9] [10] The storyline drastically altered the character's presentation, prompting a series of responses by Nicieza to concerned readers. [11] [12] Anarky became a recurring character in issues of Red Robin , authored by Nicieza, until the series was cancelled in 2011 in the aftermath of The New 52 . [13] A new Anarky was introduced into the New 52 continuity in October 2013, in an issue of Green Lantern Corps , which itself was a tie-in to the " Batman: Zero Year " storyline. [14] Yet more characters have been authored as using the Anarky alias in the New 52 continuity via the pages of Detective Comics [15] [16] and Earth 2: Society . [17]

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