(2013.Dec.12 6:19 AM)
I presume you mean less mrtaue, since Batman in the movies is about in his late twenties early thirties, which is the movies, whereas the main characters in the CW are generally in their mid teens to early twenties. Unless they're doing Batman: Year One, Bruce Wayne just doesn't work any earlier than 25 and that's pushing it. If they're using Nolan's continuity at all, they'll need 29, but that just might not sync with the rest of the CW's very young demographic, which makes the inclusion of Robin highly likely which would be hard to make work. Robin MIGHT be includable after several seasons where the show was already working but to be totally honest, I can't think of an instance of a visual portrayal of batman, either animated or live action, where Robin is not an artificially included dork.This is largely because Batman is an incredibly solitary character, and while team ups like in Batman Brave and the Bold work .BatMentor is just odd.