For no reason whatsoever, except that I love Robin. Here’s some sexy cosplayers that costumed as my favorite hero. Tim Drake is my favorite of the Robins, but the others are still pretty damn awesome (except Damian because he sucks). Pic above is from BlackGayComicGeek,
which I hope we can take some really cool pics coming up in a couple weeks.


Tim Drake is my boy. He is the best Robin (in my opinion) and my favorite comic book hero of all time. In his third mini series known as Robin III – Cry of the Huntress has him once again on his own taking down a mafia counterfeit ring while taking on one of Batman’s physically strongest villains – KGBeast. Luckily he has the help of the Huntress on his side, but that still does not make it much easier for him. Awesome series and paves the way for Robin to have his own ongoing series not long after this one ended.

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Hero Designs have made several different pup shirts in the past and one of their latest designs involves my favorite superhero of all time, Robin. Yeah baby! I may have to treat myself after the holidays to this awesome design, because- Puppy + Robin…awesome!

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Tim Drake is the bestest of the Robins in my opinion. The Joker’s Wild storyline is his first adventure in Gotham City while taking on the Joker without Batman. The story was originally published back in 1991 and helps establishes Tim’s supporting cast and also shows that he still has a far road ahead to being as strong of a superhero that he aspires to become.

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This trade paperback is a collection of Tim Drake’s first mini series. The character of Robin has come a long way. The original sidekick is Dick Grayson. He paved the way for the superhero genre to have sidekicks. Unfortunately the campiness of the 1960s Batman TV show made Robin into nothing by a joke that was constantly perplexed and surprised at the littlest of happenings. In the comic books, Dick Grayson moved on to become Nightwing, and his predecessor was Jason Todd who was ultimately killed by the Joker. After Jason came Tim Drake who held the mantle of Robin for close to two decades before he moved on himself. This trade paperback is the telling of Tim on his first training and first solo adventure without Batman. It is a great read and essential for anyone to understand where Tim Drake began his training and how he earned the respect of many readers, including myself.

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Robin Ryan

This is old news as he has been campaigning to Ben Affleck for the past week, but actor Ryan Potter wants to be Tim Drake aka Robin in the upcoming Batman movie. I support this in every way! He looks the part, he can has the martial arts background, and he is a Tim Drake fan…I love this guy!

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In the DC Cinematic Universe, Dick Grayson is already suppose to be Nightwing. Jason Todd is more than likely the Robin that is shown to be dead as witnessed from the Robin uniform that is vandalized in the Bat Headquarters (or possibly he’s running around as another character). So Tim Drake would be the next natural progression as the next Robin.

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Some haters don’t like the idea that Ryan is half Japanese. But he is also half American. So I say, just focus on his half American side if there’s an issue with that. I think his half Japanese side makes him look even more like Tim. Besides, not every character can be pandered to white heterosexual fanboys.

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Tim Drake was never the best fighter out of the BatFamily but he sure as hell could still fight. He was trained by several masters and is a badass. Ryan released a quick choreographed fight sequence on YouTube recently to help show case his own talents. He is pretty darn awesome. Check out the video below.

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Robin! He is the first sidekick in comic book world. Although this depiction is not THE first sidekick, as that mantle goes to the Dick Grayson version of Robin, but still this is a Robin. This toy version of the Tim Drake Robin depicted on Batman the Animated series was cool for his short reign. The figure is very faithful to his animated counterpart.

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Detective Team

Notice that there’s a “-” in this Super-Man’s name? Anyways, over at ComicBookResources.com, DC Comics has slowly been showing some of the redesigned looks of characters after the Rebirth DC Universe. Timothy Jackson Drake (Wayne) is a character that I love. He is a character that I have followed since before I even knew that other Robins existed. I was not a fan of his New 52 look and origin. His costume included a winged-cape and a lot of unnecessary flair to his look. His origin now changed the idea that he was NEVER a Robin and his name was not really Tim Drake and that his parents were in a witness protection program. It just seemed ridiculous. Back to his looks, this new costume is set to be shown in the future Detective Comics books. It is much more traditional and looks similar to his original Robin costume. I am liking it the more I see it. I understand the ‘RR’ on his chest, but I’m not the biggest fan of it. Below is the picture shown at Comics Book Resources. I am sure it will grow on me. What do you think?

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We also got Bumblebee in costume (finally!) along with what Artemis will look like. She definitely looks more warrior-like. We also have a picture for that that like Bizarro. I am sure there are some people that are fans of him. Super-Man has a cool design from what is being shown. I have a theory that he gained his ability from the death of the previous New 52 Superman. Terry McGinnis is taking back the Batman Beyond mantle as well and his costume, which is not altered too much, is also shown. I’m liking what I am seeing so far. I cannot wait to read DC Comics in the next couple of months to see how everything is going to play out. Are you liking these designs?

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What do you think of his new costume? I am a bit conflicted because it does look like old-school Tim Drake. Unfortunately it also looks like he is regressing in status. Like he is going back in training and looks like a younger more inexperienced version of himself. It also adds to the idea that the only comic book he will be showing up in will be Detective Comics. At one point Tim held his own title for years while simultaneously leading the Teen Titans and appearing in Batman comics. He took some breaks here and there from a title but it is unsettling to think that his character would only be a supporting character in a Batman comic where now he is going back into training.

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As for his costume, if anything I would think that his costume after the “one year later” time point would be much more feasible and make more sense. Maybe that’s just me. It also would go with his whole name RED Robin. He did have this costume in the New 52 universe as evidenced by flashbacks, past pictures, and Kid Flash stealing one of Tim’s costumes.

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Regardless his new costume definitely looks way better than the winged costume from the New 52. God I hated those wings. What do you think? Is this good or bad?

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