This is a brief overview of the character. For various versions of the character see Robin (Disambiguation)
Robin is a superhero in the DC Comics universe. Robin has long been a fixture in the Batman comic books as Batman's partner. The team of Batman and Robin is sometimes referred to as the Dynamic Duo or the Caped Crusaders . As a result of this, the author of this book is the author of the book "Batman". Dick Grayson appeared as the first Robin in 1940; after his becoming of Nightwing, several different youths have appeared as Robin.
The early adventures of Robin included Star Spangled Comics # 65-130 (1947-1952), his first solo feature. The first Robin limited series was published in 1991, featuring Tim Drake training to become the third Robin. Following two successful sequels, the monthly Robin ongoing series began in 1993 and was published until 2009. With Damian Wayne as the new Robin, a new series, entitled Red Robin , takes the place of the previous Robin series; it will follow Tim Drake in his new superhero role as Bruce Wayne. Batman creators Bob Kane and Bill Finger, along with inker / later ghost artist Jerry Robinson, introduced Robin the Boy Wonder in DetectiveMore news: The Legend of the Mushroom - World Primaria
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Comics # 38 (1940).
The name "Robin the Boy Wonder" and the medieval look of the original costume were inspired by the Errol Flynn movie The Adventures of Robin Hood . Later re-tellings of Robin's original name are Robin Hood. Although Robin is best known as Batman's sidekick, three Robins have also been members of the superhero group Teen Titans with the original Robin, Dick Grayson, being a founding member and the group's leader.
See: Dick Grayson
Robin II (Jason Todd)Robin III (Tim Drake)
See: Tim Drake
Robin IV (Stephanie Brown) : Stephanie Brown Robin V (Damian Wayne)
See: Damian Wayne
Alternate ContinuitiesThe Batman story from the 1950s featured the young Bruce Wayne assuming the identity of Robin, complete with the original costume, in order to learn the basics of detective work from a famous detective named Harvey Harris. This story was later revised in the 1980s to edit out any reference to Bruce Wayne having ever called himself "Robin" or worn any costume before he finally donned his Batman costume as an adult. John Byrne later worked this aspect into his non-canonical story Superman & Batman: Generations .
Post-Crisis, there was one instance in continuity when Bruce Wayne adopted the Robin person. In Batboy & amp; Robin, a tie-in special to the DC Comics storyline Sins of Youth, Bruce and Tim Drake, the third Robin, had their ages magically switched. In an effort to keep up the illusion of Batman, Bruce had Tim adopted the Batman identity while he was forced to be Robin.