Why Robin's utility belt is like the TARDIS...
... a lot more fits in there than you'd think looking from the outside. Does that count for the trunks, too? Maybe Batman and Doctor Who have the same manufacturer for their stuff after all. Another reason why I'm posting this scene from New Teen Titans #13 (1981) is the awesome African setting. Though I read NTT from the first issue on, this was the one that got me totally hooked back then.
Yesterday we saw the girls (especially Donna) having some fun action with the Titans of Myth on Paradise Island (while poor comatose Gar missed the whole party). In the meantime Robin, Kid Flash and Cyborg went off to Africa to meet Robotman and look for Steve Dayton, who had mysteriously disappeared.
Little Robins do belong on trees; makes them look even more sexy.
I always get a horror-comic feeling looking at that big Cliff panel... love the colors and image composition there.
"I'm the new 1981-style Super-Cyborg, coming with lasers, changeable parts, mini-freezer and a cup holder. 12 months of guarantee in case no super villain blows me up." :D
Anyway. Robotman leads them to a secret entranceway to a cave where Madame Rouge and General Zahl, the supposed masterminds behind Dayton's disappearance, are hiding. Entering the cave, they see:
Maybe we don't need muscles, but the utility belt sitting on a well-trained body is definitely a plus. :)
CYBORG QUESTIONS HIS COSTUME! Aaw... but I still like the Cyborg/Robin interaction here a lot. Edit: I added the cover because volksjager is right and its awesomeness must be shown. I hope it's still alright with the page count.