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Henry Rollins To Join The Doom Patrol In ‘Batman: The Brave And The Bold’

I must admit, if there’s one dude simultaneously gruff, intense and jolly enough to play robot-with-a-race-car-driver’s-brain Cliff Steele, it’s Henry Rollins.

Comics Continuum reports that Rollins has been cast to do just that, voicing Robotman for a season two episode of Cartoon Network’s “Batman: The Brave and the Bold.”

Of course, as CC points out, this isn’t the first time the former Black Flag frontman/talk show host/actor has participated in DC Comics voice work, with appearances as rocker Johnny Rancid in “Teen Titans” and Mad Stan in “Batman Beyond.”

Rollins’ Robotman is said to appear alongside the rest of the Doom Patrol in the episode, meaning there’s a strong chance we’ll get to see his character punch BTBATB’s versions of Monsieur Mallah and the Brain who have already appeared in this past season.

While no air date has been announced yet, fans can catch Rollins in an upcoming episode of SyFy’s “Eureka” at the end of this month.

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