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Robotman Costume Guide

Best Robotman Costume Guide

Due to high demand, there have been many reboots of franchises and comic book series recently. Robotman is such a character from the DC franchise and is in the 2019 TV show Doom Patrol. It’s a spin-off from another series called Titans and focuses on the outcast heroes of the DC universe. After being saved by Dr. Niles Caulder, the team must work together to stop Mr. Nobody.

Robotman, also known as Cliff Steele, is a former race car driver who, after an accident, got his brain placed into a robotic body. Due to his cybernetic enhancement, he has super strength, a durable body, is immune to diseases and isn’t affected by aging. He may have lost his human senses, and his physical heart, but he’s there when it counts. For the powerful look of Robotman, all you will need is a Robotman Mask, Hello World T-Shirt, Distressed Jeans, Black Leather Jacket, Gauntlets and Man’s Engineer Boots.

Robotman Cosplay Costumes

We’re so used to superheroes being at the same level of Superman. Untouchable, perfect, set at high standards. What Doom Patrol manages to do is take the misfits and outcasts of the powered world and let them have a go at being the hero. It’s a new way for people to see themselves as a powerful somebody instead of a broken nobody.

Before the accident, Cliff Steele was a famous race car driver that prided himself on his driving skills. Since the only thing that survived was his brain, his costume is completely robotic. This makes Robotman’s costume a really fun one to try out. You can become a whole new person, or lack thereof, when you wear an outfit like his. If you think you absolutely nailed Robotman’s look, don’t forget to send us a photo or two to our Halloween Costume Contest!

About Robotman

Robotman is a character from the DC comics that has been moved to screen in the TV series Doom Patrol. Robotman, whose real name is Cliff Steele, was a talented race car driver that got into a car accident. He was brought back by Dr. Niles Caulder, but unfortunately, could only save his brain. This means that Dr. Caulder had to put his brain in a robotic body. Not only does he have to relearn how to move again, but he also gets new abilities like enhanced strength, durability, stamina and longevity.   

When Robotman was Cliff Steele, he was obnoxious and arrogant. His fame had gotten to his head and he had begun to ignore his daughter and wife. However, when he suddenly loses all that, he is able to see his past mistakes and try and make up for them. With his new family of misfits, Robotman begins a new life as a new man…well, sort of.  


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