Robin (Damian Wayne)
See also: Robin
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Damian Wayne, Bruce Wayne's son and one of four boys to serve as Robin, is a DC Comics Super Heroes character who first appeared as Downloadable Content in LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes. Damian was later released in 76013 Batman: The Joker Steam Roller.
Damian uses the tousled hairpiece in black and his head is printed with a large green mask similar to Robin's juniors variant and a double sided face: aggressive and scared. The torso is red with black arms and green hands and the torso is printed with Damian's Robin logo, seams representing the plates in his armour, the suit's cut on his young body, and a yellow belt with a "R" belt buckle and several pouches. The back is printed with the continuation of the seams for the armour , the suit's cut, and the continuation of the belt with several pouches. He has short black legs to represent that he is a child and a short yellow cape to reflect the use of his short legs. He is armed with a black staff.
Damian Wayne has a red torso with his Robin logo on his left side on his chest and a yellow utility belt with a circle on the middle of it. His arms are black and his gloves are green. He has black hips and legs with green boots. His cape is yellow outside and black inside.
In LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, Damian Wayne is able to use Robin's suits.
Damian is the son of Bruce Wayne and Talia Al Ghul and grandson of Ra's Al Ghul. Under his mother's care, he was trained by the League of Assassins. After Talia revealed Damian's existence and left him to his father, he became Tim Drake's successor as Robin. He later died while fighting an adult clone of himself, but was eventually resurrected. He currently leads the Teen Titans based in San Francisco and often has some adventures with Superman's son, Jon Kent.
Video Game Appearances
This is a description taken from LEGO.com. Please do not modify it. (visit this item's product page) Robin (Damian Wayne)
Damian Wayne was raised by his mother, Talia al Ghul, and her deadly League of Assassins. He was already a fierce warrior at the early age when he first met his father-- Batman. With the help of the Dark Knight, Damian eventually learned to control his aggressive temper. Now, he uses his mastery of martial arts to fight crime at his father’s side as Robin.