|“||I'm not a sophisticated kind of guy. I couldn't think of one clever way to stop this guy, so I just trusted to mindless violence.||„|
|~ Robot Man.|
|“||Do other super-teams lose members like the Doom Patrol? No. Of course not. If they did, nobody would get into the "hero" business.||„|
|~ Robot Man on the group.|
Robot Man (also known as Clifford "Cliff" Steele) is a member of the Doom Patrol. He is the only superhero to appear in every version of the team since he, and the team, were introduced together in June 1963.
He was created by the late Arnold Drake, the late Bob Haney, and the late Bruno Premiani.
Robotman has appeared in numerous cartoon television shows and films. Robotman made his first live adaptation as a guest star on the Titans television series for the new DC streaming service played by Jake Michaels. He is part of the main cast of its spinoff Doom Patrol. Riley Shanahan took over from Michaels in the role. Brendan Fraser provides the voice of Robotman and portrays Cliff Steele in the series.
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- Brendan Fraser portrays Cliff Steele and voices Robot Man in Titans and Doom Patrol. Fraser famous played Rick O'Connell in The Mummy series. Jake Michaels portrayed the character in Titans as Riley Shanahan does motion capture in Doom Patrol.
- Robotman has appeared in the two-part Teen Titans episode "Homecoming" voiced by Peter Onorati. He is shown as a member of the Doom Patrol along with overseer Mento, Elasti-Girl and Negative Man. It was revealed that he was the second Robotman in "Homecoming: Part 1", when Beast Boy called him "Cliff", referencing his real name. In the TT origins episode "Go" Beast Boy referred to Cyborg as "Robotman 2.0".
- He has a collection of Dixieland recordings.
- His original robotic body was created by Niles Caulder, and later had an alternate body was created by Will Magnus.