|For other uses, see Robin (disambiguation).|
|Richard John "Dick" Grayson/Robin (Teen Titans Go!)|
|Name||Richard John "Dick" Grayson/Robin (Teen Titans Go!)|
|Franchise||Teen Titans Go!|
|Vehicles and/or Gadgets||Batwing|
Leader of the Teen Titans
|Residence|| Jump City|
As a young boy, Dick Grayson was orphaned by the tragic murder of his parents during a circus performance by crime boss Tony Zucco. The young orphan was then taken in by Bruce Wayne, a billionaire business owner, who lived a double life as the infamous crime fighter Batman. Bruce had also witnessed both of his own parents' murder, so the two became very close.
After revealing his secret identity to Dick, Bruce decided to trained the boy to become his sidekick Robin, and together they brought Zucco to justice.
Robin spent many years helping Batman rectify the crime-filled streets of Gotham City. One day, Robin decided to strike out on his own and become a solo hero - the defender of Jump City. On one occasion, Robin, along with four other teenage superheroes, worked together to save the city. Because they worked so well together, they formed the Teen Titans, and Robin became the leader of the superhero team. He also developed a crush on Starfire, a member of the team.
- Grapple (Grappling Gun)
- Rope Swings (Grappling Gun)
- Pole Vault (Bo Staff)
- Character Changing (can change into Robin (The LEGO Batman Movie))
- In the TV series he is voiced by Scott Menville who reprises his role in the game.
- Menville also voices the Tim Drake version of Robin in the game as well.
- He and Betelgeuse are the only Wave 9 characters that don't have the Flying Ability.
- He is playable in-game upon using the character selection wheel for The LEGO Batman Movie Robin in the Teen Titans Go! World.
- It was confirmed on the LEGO Dimensions E3 2017 Day 1 stream that if all the Teen Titans Go! characters are on the Toy Pad at once they will have a conversation with each other.
- Teen Titans Go! is the only franchise to have more than one character reacting to someone.
- Robin's line towards Bane references in the show he looks like one of Starfire's Stuffed Animals.
- Robin is the first character to have one of his entrance lines be one of his reaction lines.
- When Robin reacts to the Doctor, he says he is relieved that the Teen Titans have never changed their appearances and personalities, which is ironic given towards the fact that Teen Titans Go! is a reboot.
- Main article: Robin (Teen Titans Go!)/Gallery