Damian Wayne is a DC Comics Super Heroes minifigure who appears in 2014. He First appeared as a playable character in LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes with downloadable content from EB Games and Amazon. He was released in a physical form in 2014, in the set 76013 Batman: The Joker Steam Roller.
Damian uses the tousled hairpiece in black and his head is printed with a large green mask similar to Robin (Tim Drake)'s juniors variant and a double sided face: aggressive and scared. The torso is red with black arms and green hands and the torso is printed with Damian's Robin logo, seams representing the plates in his armour, the suit's cut on his young body, and a yellow belt with a "R" belt buckle and several pouches. The back is printed with the continuation of the seams for the armour , the suit's cut, and the continuation of the belt with several pouches. He has short black legs to represent that he is a child and a short yellow cape to reflect the use of his short legs. He is armed with a black staff.
Damian Wayne has a red torso with his Robin logo on his left side on his chest and a yellow utility belt with a circle on the middle of it. His arms are black and his gloves are green. He has black hips and legs with green boots. His cape is yellow outside and black inside.
In LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, Damian Wayne is able to use Robin's suits.
Damian is the son of Bruce Wayne and Talia Al Ghul. Under his mother's care, he has been trained by the League of Assassins. After Talia reveals Damian's existence, she dies leaving him to his father. He then joins Tim Drake with the mantle of Robin, leaving Batman with two Robins. He favours Damian so Tim decides to fight crime on his own and becomes "Red Robin".
- On consoles, his full name is Robin (Damian Wayne). Similarly, his physical minifigure is called Robin.
- In the Kingdom Come comic timeline, Damian goes by a different name translated to "Son of the Bat", but follows more visually in his mother's footsteps.
- Lego.com has Damian Wayne's bio on the Teen Titans Robin, even though the comic included with 76034 The Batboat Harbor Pursuit and 76035 Jokerland, as well as the design for the figure suggest that this Robin is, in fact, Dick Grayson.