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gregfahlgren:

Fall all his faults, Bruce does have his good moments.  Dick made a HELL of a Batman, and Bruce.  He said it after Knightfall, and he says it again here.  Dick is better than him.  It’s just a shame Dick can’t see that himself.


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"I know I am fighting a war I can never completely win. But there are small victories that encourage me to keep trying. If I can win back one child, there may be hope for many others. If it starts with one person, and then a neighborhood, then perhaps redemption can spread through an entire city, and finally back to me."


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synthezoid:

  • okay, nothing you just said made any sense
  • i know it’s kind of redundant at this point to accuse jason of not making sense but seriously that didn’t make any sense
  • also a couple of panels later he dismisses bruce by saying “go wash your hair”
  • this baller

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The Widening Gyre


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runmonsterun:

Let’s hope I’m here to see this star turn 100…


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battychica:

Bruce and Dick -


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writeroffates:

Batgirl Year One

I will never get over the butt length cape.


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Superman/Batman #55 (2009)

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comic-commentary:

"This thinly veiled attempt to be both familiar and passive aggressive will neither disarm nor unbalance us.”

passive-aggressive familiarity, indeed. i think jason can’t help himself from “reaching out” to his estranged family, but he also does not want them to reach back because fuck you, but he also totally does because he misses them. so instead of reaching out with an olive branch like a normal person, he just acts like a total asshole and snarks at them and terrorizes them a bit because self-sabotage is his forte.

basically jason todd is difficult.

from Batman and Robin #25