Thoughts About Dick Grayson
Yet another Funko for the collection.

Yet another Funko for the collection.

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From The Batman Files

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From The Batman Files

From The Batman Files
That opening line is one of the many reasons I’m such a fan of Dick.

From The Batman Files

That opening line is one of the many reasons I’m such a fan of Dick.

From The Batman Files

I forgot to comment on Bruce saying that adult Dick does not make impulsive decisions. Indeed. The Barbara thing is funny, too. I wonder why she has so many pics of Dick 😜
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From Batman: Shadow of the Bat #4
He flies through the air with the greatest of ease - and style!

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From Batman: Shadow of the Bat #4

He flies through the air with the greatest of ease - and style!

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And it could be solved in one issue?

Might sound crazy, but it’s happened at least twice – once in Batman #7 (October/November 1941) and once in Batman: Shadow of the Bat #55 (October 1996). Today’s photos are from those issues.

And that is what annoyed me the most about the Bruce Wayne:…

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From Batman: Shadow of the Bat #55
And Dick, dressed once again as Batman (this is post-Prodigal), swoops off into the night to save Bruce from a murder rap.

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From Batman: Shadow of the Bat #55

And Dick, dressed once again as Batman (this is post-Prodigal), swoops off into the night to save Bruce from a murder rap.

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Dick Grayson’s appearances in the new 52 - December

GRAYSON #5
Written by TIM SEELEY and TOM KING
Art and cover by MIKEL JANIN
Variant cover by DARWYN COOKE
On sale DECEMBER 3 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
Grayson is on a mission to stop Paragon from using the body parts of a dead villain to create something far more sinister!

GRAYSON ANNUAL #1
Written by TIM SEELEY and TOM KING
Art by STEPHEN MOONEY
Cover by MIKEL JANIN
On sale DECEMBER 24 • 48 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T
At last – it’s the secret origin of Helena Bertinelli!

SECRET ORIGINS #8
Written by TIM SEELEY, TOM KING, JEFF LEMIRE and ANN NOCENTI
Art by TRAVEL FOREMAN, CLIFF RICHARDS and STEPHEN MOONEY
Cover by BRYAN HITCH
On sale DECEMBER 24 • 48 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T
Three more stars of the DC Universe shine as their origin stories are revealed! Don’t miss the DC Comics – The New 52 origins of Grayson by Tim Seeley, Tom King and Stephen Mooney; Animal Man by Jeff Lemire and Travel Foreman; and Katana by Ann Nocenti Cliff Richards!

EARTH 2 #29
Written by TOM TAYLOR and MARGUERITTE BENNETT
Art by ANDY SMITH and TREVOR SCOTT
Cover by YILDIRAY CINAR
On sale DECEMBER 3 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
The displaced masses taking shelter in Chicago run for their lives when an unbelievable force descends on the city. Scattered and frantic, Barbara and Dick Grayson hunt for shelter and find a safe haven that hides a sinister secret. Will the two make it out alive with their son?


December is the month of Dick!

Dickember! Totes called that last year.

Are Dick and Babs regulars in Earth 2? I haven’t been reading that one, so I would be much obliged if someone could let me know. I thought their son was a Batman Beyond thing.

Thanks!

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From Batman #2 (Summer 1940)
Now we know why Dick grew that awful mullet: it was strategic hair growth to ward off severe head trauma!
Here’s hoping no one in the Bat-family ever goes bald.

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From Batman #2 (Summer 1940)

Now we know why Dick grew that awful mullet: it was strategic hair growth to ward off severe head trauma!

Here’s hoping no one in the Bat-family ever goes bald.

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From Batman #10 (April-May 1942)
"Don’t get gay!" Archaic slang at its finest.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, definition #8 under gay: “US slang. Forward, impertinent, too free in conduct, over-familiar; reckless; usually in ‘to get gay’”
So Batman is saying “Don’t be impertinent,” which could translate to “Don’t be absurd.”
I encourage you to incorporate this phrase into your vocabulary. If it’s good enough for Batman, it’s good enough for us.

bombasticfantasticjaded​ said: Nah, it’s WAY more fun Batman thought that hallucinating dinosaurs was one of the early signs of homosexuality.

thoughtsaboutdickgrayson:

From Batman #10 (April-May 1942)

"Don’t get gay!" Archaic slang at its finest.

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, definition #8 under gay: “US slang. Forward, impertinent, too free in conduct, over-familiar; reckless; usually in ‘to get gay’”

So Batman is saying “Don’t be impertinent,” which could translate to “Don’t be absurd.”

I encourage you to incorporate this phrase into your vocabulary. If it’s good enough for Batman, it’s good enough for us.

bombasticfantasticjaded said: Nah, it’s WAY more fun Batman thought that hallucinating dinosaurs was one of the early signs of homosexuality.