Depiction in the series
Robin is Batman‘s sidekick who first appeared in a flashback in From Bat To Worse where he revealed himself to a young Barbara Gordon and told her that Batman doesn't need a girl like her to be part of his team and told her to go home as he leaves.
He later appears again at Gotham Con where he was revealed to be the special guest instead of Batman and after he insulted Barbara in front of the people at the con, Harleen (as Harley Quinn) decided to get back at him but is foiled thanks to Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) interfering. Later during the Cosplay Contest, Robin discovers a bomb under his seat as both Batgirl and Harley try to get rid of the bomb, and after both manage to stop it, Robin became a bit jealous seeing the attention he would usually get now in the spotlight of Batgirl and Harley. He later appeared in a flashback in the end where Harley forced him to give her an autographed photo of him to Babs.
He is the leader of the Tween Titans. In the episode of the same name Robin (who goes by Dick Greyson) is having a birthday party and both Karen and Jessica were hired to watch him and his friends while Bruce Wayne and Alfred are out during a live showing of Make It Wayne. During the party, Robin and his friends revealed themselves and started causing chaos all over the Mansion. It would be until Karen and Jessica use their powers to not only defeat Robin and the Titans but manage to put them to sleep.
Robin is a rude kid and a jerk who feels very proud of being Batman's sidekick and always presumes this. He isn't afraid to show he thinks he is great, even more, he likes doing it.
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- In the comics, He and Barbara Gordon were a couple.
- He studies at Gotham Elementary.
- His outfit is based on actor Burt Ward from the 1966 Batman TV series.