Thoughts About Dick Grayson
From Batman #712 (September 2011)
Dick and the Riddler should be friends. They have the same fashion sense.

From Batman #712 (September 2011)

Dick and the Riddler should be friends. They have the same fashion sense.

Batman #712 (September 2011)

Batman #712 (September 2011)

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I have no idea whiere this is from, but it’s Dick and it’s Robin. :)

From DC Comics Presents #31 (March 1981)

Features Robin and Superman at a circus

From Batman #710 (July 2011)
Oh Kitrina. If you knew Dick, you would realize that being a dork is an intrinsic part of who he is.

From Batman #710 (July 2011)

Oh Kitrina. If you knew Dick, you would realize that being a dork is an intrinsic part of who he is.

From Batman #710 (July 2011)

Dick does a lot of quality posing in this issue.

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The Shakespeare bust: then and now.

April 23 is supposedly William Shakespeare’s birthday (and certainly his death day). The bard would be 449 today (he lived 1564-1616).

If you happen to be in London, the Globe Theatre and Museum offers free admission.

Happy St George’s Day as well.

Woot! Woot! It’s the big 4-5-0!!!!

Happy 450th birthday Shakespeare!

My favorite play is Richard III, followed by Richard II (obviously). How about you?

Tim Seeley talks a bit more about GRAYSON
Interviewer: What about writing 'Grayson' are you most excited about?
Tim Seeley: It's what I'm excited AND terrified about... the fact that Dick Grayson has such a long and storied history in superhero comics. He’s a household name. And, he's one of the best characters ever created in superhero comics... the first real sidekick with an identity all his own!
Interviewer: Is there anything that scares you about taking the character (Dick Grayson) in this new direction?
Tim Seeley: Yeah. Most everything. Because, by definition it relies on the personality and character of Dick over a costume. It's up to me, Tom, Mikel and the rest of the team to convince readers that the man is more important than the suit and the genre.
Interviewer: You talked about creating Grayson's "Joker or Lex Luthor" – Is this an established character or someone new? What emotion would encompass this new nemesis?
Tim Seeley: It's a new character. We realized he had to be someone who defined an aspect of Dick Grayson... a perfect foil in the way that Joker is the Chaos to Batman’s order. He has to be the mistrust to Dick’s faith.
Interviewer: In the USA Today article there is mention of 'Breaking Bad' and 'The Americans' – Will 'Grayson' be a darker character/book than before and if so how?
Tim Seeley: I don't think it's darker, per se... at least not in the way people tend to think of darker. There's not more gore or murder or whatever. In that way it's almost lighter actually. But, I think it's a bit more darker in its thematic issues, and its treatment of authority and trust.
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SOURCE: http://www.newstalkflorida.com/tim-seeley-gives-more-details-on-grayson/
IMHO this sounds kind of promising. Especially if they manage to draw and write what they preach - and stick close to Dick's personality as it's portrayed in the (preboot) comics.
Batman #710 (July 2011)

Batman #710 (July 2011)

From Batman #709 (June 2011)
Ra’s al Ghul shows Dick some respect (“the young detective”), but also points out the horrifying truth that he only needs to win once. Frightening thought.

From Batman #709 (June 2011)

Ra’s al Ghul shows Dick some respect (“the young detective”), but also points out the horrifying truth that he only needs to win once. Frightening thought.

From Batman #709 (June 2011)
Prodigy eases Dick’s guilt.

From Batman #709 (June 2011)

Prodigy eases Dick’s guilt.