Batman: All 10 Robin suits ranked from worst to best

The Boy Wonder has had many looks over the course of his on-screen career, but which Robin had the best suit of them all?

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Robin the Boy Wonder has been a staple of DC Comics for almost as long as Batman himself. He made his first appearance in Detective Comics in 1940 and has gone on to be involved in some of the most legendary DC stories. And that's just the Dick Grayson version. In the years after his debut, we met other characters who took on the mantle, including Tim Drake, Jason Todd, Damian Wayne, and Carrie Kelley.

As with any superhero, one of the most important aspects of the Robin character is the suit; and when it comes to super-suits, the Boy Wonder has one of the most recognizable of them all. Yes, he's renowned for his red, yellow, and green color scheme, the domino mask to conceal his identity, and the R symbol on the side of his chest. It's an iconic look that has changed with the times, but no matter how many updates are made, the essence of Robin is still there.

The character has also brought his iconic suits to the screen over the years, first joining Batman in the '40s movie serials and both the '60s TV series and movie, and just recently in DC's Titans, too. But which of the live-action iterations of the Robin suit are the best?