This Tim Drake Robin came from the Batman line of 6" action figures that has now morphed into DCUC. He previously held the spot in my display now filled by the DCUC Tim Drake Robin.
This Robin is not a bad figure at all. He has a cloth cape, which is a point for him, and he represents the new, updated Robin costume that took the world by storm in the early nineties. Before this Robin's costume was a fifty year old design with pixie boots and green underwear, so you can see how spiffy ninja boots, leggings and a black-backed cape would be a step up in the world. The only difference is that his gloves were made black instead of the comic accurate green. Who knows why, but likely because someone was not paying attention.
Even his "R" got a redesign. In the comics, it was removable and could be used as a shuriken.
The figure has very limited, and kind of half-assed articulation to be honest. He has the basic "T-crotch" and no knee articulation at all. EDIT: He does have knee joints. Duh! His shoulders are a nice ball joint, but he has no elbow articulation so it's kind of a moot point. His wrists are cut at the glove too so they rotate, but again, what's the point? I'm fine with the charm of your OG Star Wars level of articulation, and I love the range of articulation in DCUC, but if you're gonna go for it, then go for it. This figure feels like they got tired half way through, or designed his articulation on a Friday.
Here's a height comparison to show you why I feel the DCUC Tim is the superior Robin in the height/youth department. And the articulation department. And the costume design department. But Tim-on-the-right has a cloth cape. So they're even ;)