Red X is a former "villain identity" which Robin temporarily used as part of an "undercover" operation. The identity was later assumed by a mysterious anti-hero whose real identity remains unknown. The "eyes" of the mask are white reflective lenses that seem to act like Robin's mask in terms of expressing emotions and are thickly outlined in black. The new wearer of this outfit is also shown to be of similar build, yet a couple inches taller than Robin. Bent on stopping the threat that the madman presented by any means necessary, Robin approached Professor Chang for the necessary items - particularly Xenothium to use as a power source - to create the Red X suit and, posing as a ruthless master thief, Robin stole several computer chips that Slade was after and offered them with a proposition to forge a partnership between the two. However, Robin's haste in trying to get too close somehow exposed his identity to Slade, and in fear that if he told his teammates about his plans, they wouldn't play their parts convincingly, he chose not to tell them.
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I used to ship Raven with Dick Grayson. Now I ship her with Damian. Can we just get the girl a Robin? Preferably Damian because he is definitely more on her moral wavelength. Originally posted by flygrayson. I was wondering if any other Robrae fans are excited to see a new version of the characters. Originally posted by kaazana.
Of all the Titans she has come to know, Robin is the one she is least antagonistic to. Since the day their team formed he always watched out for her, and in return she began to open up to him more than the others. It started with simple respect in "Nevermore" despite not knowing about her, he knew well enough to tell Beast Boy to apologize for accidentally antagonizing her after her first demonic episode on Dr. He also respected her privacy well enough to try to stop Starfire from going to Raven's room.
Before joining the Teen Titans, Robin worked with Batman. Through the years of working with the Dark Knight he was greatly trained physically and mentally in ways no other child was. For reasons undisclosed in the show, Robin eventually left Batman in his early teen years for a Western American city known as Jump City , intending to fight crime there alone.