sidekick Robin

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  • A widely recognized supporting character for many years has been the young sidekick Robin.
  • His younger brother was dressed as Batman's sidekick Robin.
  • Bats are seen flying freely in the cave, with large naturally elevated platforms on which his sidekick Robin practices his balance.
  • The circus is tied to the origin of Batman's sidekick Robin.
  • Batman's sidekick Robin also appears, featuring a shaved head and contemporary costume design that were intended to move away from his traditional "Boy Wonder" image.
  • The story is also a re-telling of the origins of Batman's sidekick Robin and his adoption by Bruce Wayne.
  • The musical stars an ensemble cast featuring Joe Walker as the Batman, and Nick Lang as his sidekick Robin.
  • The character, along with others like the first Wonder Girl, Aqualad, and Speedy, was created in response to the success of Batman's young sidekick Robin.
  • Although best known as Batman's teen sidekick Robin and as his independent, adult persona Nightwing, Grayson became Batman twice.
  • Batman's sidekick Robin (Tim Drake) was made available as a playable character for use in challenge maps, with his own set of combat moves and gadgets.
  • Squire is Beryl Hutchinson, a superheroine similar to that of Batman's sidekick Robin.
  • Wertham, as well as parodies, fans and other independent parties, have described Batman and his sidekick Robin (Dick Grayson) as homosexual, possibly in a relationship with each other.
  • Winick was responsible for bringing Jason Todd, the second character known as Batman's sidekick Robin, back from the dead, and making him the new Red Hood, the second such Batman villain by that name.
  • For instance, in arguing that the Batman comics condoned homosexuality because of the relationship between Batman and his sidekick Robin, there is evidence that Wertham misrepresented the testimony of young men.
  • Issue #38 (April 1940) introduced Batman's sidekick Robin, billed as "The Sensational Character Find of 1940" on the cover and the first of several characters that would make up the "Batman Family".
  • Batman operates in the fictional Gotham City, assisted by various supporting characters including his sidekick Robin and his butler Alfred Pennyworth, and fights an assortment of villains influenced by the characters' roots in film and pulp magazines.
  • The Company also starred Chris O'Donnell, who portrayed Batman's crime-fighting sidekick Robin (who was absent from the Batman films Keaton starred in) in Batman Forever and Batman & Robin.
  • He gains allegiance from a love interest -- psychiatrist Dr. Chase Meridian (Kidman) and a young, orphaned circus acrobat named Dick Grayson (O'Donnell), who becomes his sidekick Robin.
  • Batman's sidekick Robin (played by Tony Robinson) arrives, and makes a deal with Batman for 20% of the profits on Batman products and a Robinmobile and starts attacking Piper.