- In and out!
- --Robin in In and Out
In the episode "In and Out," Robin wanted to infiltrate the H.I.V.E. Tower to stop the H.I.V.E. Five before their evil plan was carried out. To do this, Robin disguised himself as a villain: Red X. Upon arriving at H.I.V.E. Tower, Red X is immediately accepted into the H.I.V.E. and finds the main core to set a bomb. Gizmo invites Red X to join them for pizza, and he accepts after delaying the bomb's countdown. Numerous times after, Red X would set the bomb, then delay it, in order to join the H.I.V.E. in whatever cool activity they are doing. Only when the H.I.V.E. decides to get rid of Red X and the other disguised Titans does he reveal his identity, and engages in combat as Robin.
Red X wears a navy blue jumpsuit with a gray utility belt, gloves, and a light gray resembling the shape of a skull. A large red "X" is displayed on the forehead of the mask, and he wields two red "X"s as weapons. He also had a light and dark gray, hooded cape. Red X has also altered his voice to make it sound lower pitched, so as to disguise his identity as Robin even more.
Powers and Abilities
- Skilled Hand-To-Hand Combat
- Intimidation: Many fear the frightening appearance and brute attitude of Red X.
- Peak Human Conditioning: Rigorous training from his mentor has resulted in Robin possessing a better-than-athlete form and endurance.
- Agility: Red X is very agile, just like his alter-ego, Robin.
- Enhanced Strength: He is much stronger than any normal human being, not necessarily super strength, but stronger than the average human.
- Master Acrobat
- X Weapons
- In and Out (Robin's identity, debut)
- The True Meaning of Christmas (mentioned)
- Robin used the persona of Red X in the original series, until it was stolen. The thief's identity was never revealed, although many fans speculate that Red X was Jason Todd (the second Robin).
- This theory was poked fun at in the New Teen Titans short "Red X Unmasked", which had Beast Boy believe that Red X is, in fact, Jason Todd.
- In the original series, Red X was one of two villains (the other being Slade) to not be captured at the end of the series, or even be unmasked.
- Red X in the original series was played by Scott Menville, but had a more robotic voice than he does in this series, in which it’s just simply low-pitched.
- The stolen Red X identity has currently not made an appearance in Teen Titans Go! However, he was seen on Santa’s naughty list in "The True Meaning of Christmas", meaning that he does exist in the Teen Titans Go! universe.