Thoughts About Dick Grayson
From The Flash #82 (early October 1993)
Dick, so eager to help.

From The Flash #82 (early October 1993)

Dick, so eager to help.

From The Flash #82 (early October 1993)

From The Flash #82 (early October 1993)

From The Flash #82 (early October 1993)

Wally piggybacks Dick.

From The Flash #82 (early October 1993)

From The Flash #82 (early October 1993)

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Back in November, I posted this from Teen Titans #12 (September 1997).

The erudite Icon UK added this vital info:

"It means that DC screwed up and had a couple of non-Titans issues where Dick and Kory were married and on their honeymoon (A two part crossover with Wally’s Flash). It was slightly weird, to say the least."

Although I never doubted Icon, I now have visual proof from Flash #81 (Late September 1993).

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From The Flash #142 (October 1998)
Whoa. Something disrupts reality and everyone forgets Linda’s existence right after the wedding. I haven’t read the issues after this, but it sounds like an interesting story. I think existing but not having anyone remember you would be the worst kind of nightmare.

From The Flash #142 (October 1998)

Whoa. Something disrupts reality and everyone forgets Linda’s existence right after the wedding. I haven’t read the issues after this, but it sounds like an interesting story. I think existing but not having anyone remember you would be the worst kind of nightmare.

From The Flash #142 (October 1998)
Wally and Linda forever!
Also, Dick is Mr. Potato Head. Haha.

From The Flash #142 (October 1998)

Wally and Linda forever!

Also, Dick is Mr. Potato Head. Haha.

From The Flash #142 (October 1998)
These two.
The first part of this scene is funny, but the last part makes me uncomfortable. It’s rather racist; why is everyone surprised Linda’s family has been in Iowa for three generations? It’s akin to people asking Asian-Americans, “Where are you from? [answer somewhere in the US] No really. Where are you from?”

From The Flash #142 (October 1998)

These two.

The first part of this scene is funny, but the last part makes me uncomfortable. It’s rather racist; why is everyone surprised Linda’s family has been in Iowa for three generations? It’s akin to people asking Asian-Americans, “Where are you from? [answer somewhere in the US] No really. Where are you from?”

From The Flash #142 (October 1998)
Dick, you look ridiculous. No one should have to appreciate that look!

From The Flash #142 (October 1998)

Dick, you look ridiculous. No one should have to appreciate that look!

From The Batman & Robin Adventures #11 (October 1996)
"I think you owe Alfred an apology."

From The Batman & Robin Adventures #11 (October 1996)

"I think you owe Alfred an apology."