Dick Grayson!
cornflakepizza:

[Young Romance Special 2012]

cornflakepizza:

[Young Romance Special 2012]

christophosaurus:

The last panel of the last issue of Teen Titans Year One.

Just come home, Robin.

officernightwing:

Nightwing #74
“My who while I what?”

officernightwing:

Nightwing #74

“My who while I what?”

Robins, together!

Batman: The Brave and the Bold #13

thecizco:

Nope, Nightwing isn’t showing nearly enough skin.

thecizco:

Nope, Nightwing isn’t showing nearly enough skin.

dickie-grayson:

—nightwing #80

malin-j:

Jaime and Dick for Nighty ~♥  (▰˘◡˘▰)  

malin-j:

Jaime and Dick for Nighty ~♥  (▰˘◡˘▰)  

yellowcape:

- No Man’s Land/Legends of the Dark Knight 120

The she they’re talking about is Helena. Of course Bruce has a plan. He always has. But it makes me full of fuzzies that the confides in Dick like this. It’s Batfamily love, that’s what that is.

dickie-grayson:

—nightwing #78

oh my…

like father, like son :D

tazeyeview:

PDA at a press conference after she is proven innocent of murder.. Nightwing and Starfire need to get a room. (No doubt they did.) 

tazeyeview:

PDA at a press conference after she is proven innocent of murder.. Nightwing and Starfire need to get a room. (No doubt they did.) 

cornflakepizza:

[Nightwing 140]

stateoftheartandmind:

Batman sketches by Mark Bagley

luanna255:

A while back, someone asked me for pictures of Dick and Babs hugging/embracing, and these were chronologically the first and last pictures I was able to find of them hugging (the first is from Batman Family #9, in 1977; the second is from Detective Comics #881, in 2011.)

Looking at them side by side… I don’t know, I just think it’s an interesting contrast. You can really see the evolution - both in Dick and Barbara’s relationship, and in comics in general. They lost a lot of innocence, and that refers to both the characters and the medium. But there’s also an emotional gravitas to the scene on the right that just isn’t there in the earlier scene.

IDK… I’m rambling a bit, here. I just think it’s interesting to look at how things changed. (And how they didn’t.)