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Robin is the alias of many fictional superheroes that feature in DC Comics’ American comic books. Bob Kane, Bill Finger, and Jerry Robinson developed the character to serve as a juvenile equivalent to the superhero Batman. Dick Grayson, the character’s initial iteration, appeared in Detective Comics #38. (April 1940). Robin, who was created to appeal to a younger audience, had a resoundingly favorable critical response, more than tripling the sales of Batman publications. Star Spangled Comics #65″130 (1947″1952), the character’s first solo feature, was one of Robin’s early adventures. From 1940 through the early 1980s, Robin had regular appearances in Batman-related comic books and other DC Comics publications, until he dropped the Robin moniker and became Nightwing, an independent superhero. The Caped Crusaders or the Dynamic Duo are the names given to Batman and Robin’s squad.

Jason Todd, the character’s second incarnation, first appears in Batman #357. (1983). Until 1988, when the character was slain by the Joker in the tale “A Death in the Family,” this Robin made frequent appearances in Batman-related comic books (1989). After a reality-altering occurrence, Jason was resurrected and transformed into the Red Hood.

Tim Drake, the character’s third incarnation, was preparing to become Batman’s vigilante sidekick in the first Robin limited series, which was published in 1991. The monthly Robin continuing series began in 1993 and ended in early 2009, following two successful sequels, and aided his transformation from sidekick to superhero in his own right. Stephanie Brown, a well-known DC Comics character, briefly served as the fourth Robin in 2004 stories before being replaced by Tim Drake. In the 2009 story arc “Battle for the Cowl,” Damian Wayne takes over as Robin from Drake.

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Dick, Jason, Tim, and Damian all consider him as a father, and the current and previous Robins are constantly important in Batman’s supporting cast. Dick Grayson is Nightwing, Jason Todd is Red Hood, Stephanie Brown is Batgirl, and Tim Drake has taken up the mantle of Robin again following a spell as Red Robin in current continuity as of 2021. Damian is no longer known as Robin, although he is still the protagonist of the Robin comic book. In recent years, Batman has added new sidekicks in the form of Bluebird and The Signal, both of whom are named after Robin.

In Detective Comics #38, almost a year after Batman’s debut, Batman creators Bob Kane and Bill Finger created Robin the Boy Wonder (1940). Robin Hood inspired the moniker “Robin the Boy Wonder” and the medieval appearance of the original outfit.

Jerry Robinson mentioned that he “Robin was chosen since Robin Hood’s exploits were among my favorites as a child. I’d been given an N. C. Wyeth Robin Hood book… and that’s what I immediately sketched up when I offered the name Robin Hood, which they liked, and then showed them the clothing. And, if you look closely, it’s Wyeth’s outfit, based on my memory, as I didn’t have the book with me “:: 83 Other tales of Robin’s origin claim that the name originates from the American robin rather than Robin Hood, with Frank Miller’s All Star Batman and Robin being an exception. In certain cases, like as in Len Wein’s The Untold Legend of the Batman, both sources are credited.

The Robins have also been members of the Teen Titans (including the original Robin, Dick Grayson, as a founding member and the latter group’s leader) and Young Justice, although Robin is best known as Batman’s sidekick.

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