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Another busy issue to start a Dick Grayson related series as we close off a few strands from "Grayson" and set things up for the new series...



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Back in the Batbosom of his family )
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I would like to thank any other posters in the community for not posting anything from this, giving me a chance to. However, I want you to know that this posting has cost me dearly.

How do you like your beefcake? Rare? )
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It's been a pretty bloody awful week all things considered, the tragedy in Orlando, the murder of a British MP, the general political situations on both sides of the Atlantic (and elsewhere in the world of course) and my mood is definitely not helped by the latest news about Anton Yelchin passing away.

As such I am using the BIG guns to celebrate Father's Day because I think I need to.

Who's the daddy? )
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What do you mean Goldie was never on that show and Harley wasn't around, yet? I suppose next you'll be telling me Bane wasn't around then, either.

From Batman '66 #25

Read more... )
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...and remember that the World's Finest isn't two people, it's three.

The first time Superman met Batman, Batman was in full on "early days lone avenger" mode, terrifying everyone who saw him, whether they needed to be scared or not.

The second time though..

..things were a little different )
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That it is, according to current DC lroe, the birthday of one Richard John Grayson, who is perhaps better known by at least a few other names; Robin, Nightwing, Batman, Agent 37, Hunk Wonder, Acrobatic Ace, Boy Hostage

Since he first appeared in 1940, that means that, for a man of 76, he's looking pretty spry IMHO.

DetectiveComic38.jpg

And in this blast from the past well 1970's Detective Comics 402, with art by Gil Kane and Vince Colletta (no less) we see young Mr Grayson, during his now erased college days, ponder anew what it means to be Robin as he considers;

My Place in the Sun )
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I realise it's beena while since I posted a Fanart Thursday kind of a post, and also I never got around to posting the pieces I picked up at last months London Super Comic Convention

I was sort of selfsoulfriend-centric this time around, but there are some exceptions, and I'm very pleased with my crop! :)

Artist Alley Assortment ASSEMBLE! )
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JOKER: LAST LAUGH #1 had Dick Grayson take Barbara Gordon out so she wouldn't focus on the Joker (locked up in the Slab). Being a superhero story, Barbara will blame herself for the Joker escaping (with a gang of Jokerized super-criminals) since "She only looked away once."

Anyway, two pages of Dick and Babs have them discussing if what the Bat-family does counts as revenge.

The only one without an ax to grind )

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