Grayson's robin

This species resembles its widespread relative the American Robin in general appearance, but is a bit smaller at 21.5–24 cm long, It is named for the adult's rufous or olive-rufous upper back, which contrasts with the grayish head, nape, and rump. The chest and flanks are also rufous. The belly and undertail coverts are white; the throat is white with many black streaks. The bill and eye-ring are yellow. Females are typically somewhat duller-colored than males. Juveniles, like other juvenile Turdus thrushes, are spotted below; they are browner and have pale flecks above.

The Grayson's robin is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Grayson's Robin or Kyle Rayner, so that you could complete your collection, and be done? Or would you rely on Mattel to eventually make them, and select more of the B-list and C-list that may not make it to your shelf on their own? Would you have "Chase" variants or the 50/50 split? Assume a standard 7 figure wave with a C&C and 7th figure figure stand. More

Dick Grayson's Robin is a primary character in the series, and often tries to act like the leader, although the rest of the Tiny Titans rarely listen to him. He temporarily began wearing a kiddie version of his first Nightwing costume, but later went back to being Robin. Most recently, Jason Todd and Tim Drake have both been introduced into the series as toddlers who Barbara Gordon babysits. More

becoming Grayson's Robin, Tim is now under the identity of Red Robin. Stephanie Brown Promotional art for Robin vol. 2, #126 (Jul 2004) cover, art by Damion Scott. Main article: Stephanie Brown (comics) Stephanie Brown, Tim Drake's girlfriend and the costumed adventurer previously known as the Spoiler, volunteered for the role of Robin upon Tim's resignation. Batman fired the Girl Wonder for not obeying his orders to the letter on two separate occasions. More

tale not of the origin of Dick Grayson's Robin, but of his early adventures after he already secured the job. It shows off a new villain, makes it clear that things were not as easy as it would seem, and showcases the precarious nature of the relationship between Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson in a fashion as good or better than any I've ever seen. Dixon and Beatty also fill in a few blanks along the way. More

interestingly, Dick Grayson's Robin outfit actually has long pants, which he never did before, far closer in design to the uniform worn by current Robin Tim Drake. (Somewhat ironically, Bruce had designed Tim's outfit as a response to the weaknesses in the previous short pants version worn by both Dick and Jason - the Earth-2 Dick Grayson, however, had grown up to wear long pants as the adult Robin. More

Dick Grayson's Robin had grown into a competent leader during their run More

Grayson's Robin debuted in 1940 in Detective Comics #38. Young Grayson was a circus acrobat whose parents (also acrobats) were murdered. Batman took him under his wing (pun intended) and he became the Boy Wonder. Grayson left Batman due to "irreconcilable differences" More

retelling Dick Grayson's Robin costume was actually given to him by his parents the night before they were killed as new wardrobe for their trapeze act. He used it to disguise himself to learn of their murder and rescue a wounded Batman. robin1990b 1990 Sunday December 23, 1990 newspaper strip of Batman by Loebs, Cinfa and Nyberg. In this retelling Dick Grayson's Robin costume was actually given to him by his parents the night before they were killed as new wardrobe for their trapeze act. More

Dick Grayson's Robin in the comic books is a great character and it's sad that the only image of Robin is either Burt Ward or Chris O'Donnell. I wish Nolan would do Dick Grayson's Robin justice just like he did for the Joker and if he did people would see just how good Robin was. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Turdidae
Genus : Turdus
Species : rufopalliatus
Authority : Lafresnaye, 1840