Thoughts About Dick Grayson
thinkgazer:

"Hello Bruce. Been a while."
I have never drawn Discowing. Why have I never drawn Discowing? That clearly needed to be rectified.
It’s been way too long, Tumblr. This was a good antidote to Easter-downtime boredom :)

thinkgazer:

"Hello Bruce. Been a while."

I have never drawn Discowing. Why have I never drawn Discowing? That clearly needed to be rectified.

It’s been way too long, Tumblr. This was a good antidote to Easter-downtime boredom :)

sarahj-art:

Happy Easter!

sarahj-art:

Happy Easter!

sarahj-art:

Batman isn’t the best Easter Egg artist…
Happy Easter!
Ordinary Batman Adventures.
*edit* As honeyinmygears said, I forgot yellow! Also updated the Bat symbol.

sarahj-art:

Batman isn’t the best Easter Egg artist…

Happy Easter!

Ordinary Batman Adventures.


*edit* As honeyinmygears said, I forgot yellow! Also updated the Bat symbol.

From FoDrizzle.com

iconuk01:

iconuk01:

It’s taken them an issue or two longer than I thought it might, but the most recent Batman 66 finally has a suitably larger than life deathtrap from Vincent Price’s Egghead (or “Ham and Eggs” as I always think of his performance) and he also takes the opportunity to gag Robin… just for fun.

Rebloggin myself because, well, it’s Easter Sunday, and if that isn’t the day for an egg-themed deathtrap (and a gratuitously gagged Robin) I don’t know what is.

Also, I have just bought two of the original art pages from this story (How could I resist) and they can be seen here and here for those of us who like seeing such things.

We all need these. It would make cosplay easier, too!

Trading card of Dick being kidnapped from the B:TAS episode “House and Garden”

Trading card of Dick being kidnapped from the B:TAS episode “House and Garden”

Caped Red Hood (from Batman and Robin #4 and #5)

By request

Batman and Captain America

I’ve been talking to Professor Mark White about our Dick Grayson project (sign up to write something! There’s still time!). We got to talking about Dick’s upcoming role, and he laid out many of the similarities between Batman and Captain America in recent years. Since I pretty much only keep track of Dick, I didn’t know about these. Many of you probably do, but, in case you didn’t, here’s a quick breakdown from the comics professor.

"The parallels between Cap and Bats since 2005 are uncanny:
 
1) Both had dead sidekicks come back (Jason and Bucky) only to become villains or anti-heroes.
 
2) Both later died and had sidekicks (Dick and Bucky) take over their identities.
 
3) Except both didn’t die but were actually thrown back in time.
 
4) Both came back in time to reclaim their identities.
 
5) Both Bucky and Dick “apparently” died but now operate in secret.”