Dick Grayson!

Batman: Black & White #1 | Dick Grayson

batmans-utilitybelt:


"I’ve heard he’s something of a boy wonder."

[Superman & Batman: Generations I]

batmans-utilitybelt:

"I’ve heard he’s something of a boy wonder."

[Superman & Batman: Generations I]

petrahange:

The New Teen Titans #15

petrahange:

The New Teen Titans #15

yellowcape:

- JLA 75 (2003)

Dicka nd Zatanna having a moment.

yellowcape:

- JLA 75 (2003)
We’ve reached the end of this story. There were some great sacrifices, but Arthur is back on the throne in Atlantis and the JLA are alive and back in the present.

yellowcape:

- JLA 75 (2003)

We’ve reached the end of this story. There were some great sacrifices, but Arthur is back on the throne in Atlantis and the JLA are alive and back in the present.

thoughtsaboutdickgrayson:

From Justice League of America #55 (May 2011)
That’s an awesome space suit. Very Batman-Beyond.

thoughtsaboutdickgrayson:

From Justice League of America #55 (May 2011)

That’s an awesome space suit. Very Batman-Beyond.

The Brave and the Bold, #13

cornflakepizza:

[Batman Beyond 2.0 10]

"Uh, no." LMFAO ouch. Oh Terry. Precious precious Terry.

Dick and Babs are so cute together in this comic. c:

kazumscale:

Batman meets Batman

and… :)

kazumscale:

Batman meets Batman

and… :)

helenabertinellihuntress:

  • #16 (Day 10) Helena Meets Dick Grayson

Helena and Dick’s first meeting took place in of all places, Black Canary #10.

After an explosion convinces a few people (including Dinah Lance) that Helena is dead, Helena washes ashore and then flees into the safety of a mob joint, close to Seattle’s harbor. There, she uses a PC and the newfangled World Wide Web in order to get a hold of Nightwing.

She needs him because she’s convinced she can’t enter the country of Karistan (a supposed Middle-Eastern country) alone. Dick heeds her call and helps her continue her mission of rescuing her former friend Beth, from the clutches of a despotic prince.

Unfortunately, I wish the story that introduced the two of them was better written. The issue (which was penned by Sarah E. Byam) was tainted with Orientalist tropes about repressive, Arab men, in a Middle-Eastern backwater, with the two colonial American saviors in the form of Huntress and Nightwing, there to lecture them, and to free their oppressed, brown women.

There’s even the use of a few racial slurs too (e.g. ‘raghead’).* The Orientalism is even more unfortunate than the tragic hair and costumes, Helena and Dick were sporting.

Aside from this, this issue is worth noting due to the fact that it is a significant moment in both Helena, and maybe even Dick’s life. And just like her encounter with Black Canary in the preceding issue, this tale would set the template for future stories involving the two of them, including their brief foray into romance as well.

*It should be noted that neither Dick or Helena used the slur. Some G-Man in a suit did.

yellowcape:

- JLA 73 (2002)

'The only time I ever feel pride is when I look at Nightwing. I think he's the only thing I ever did right.'

Aww, Bruce. Daddy Bats strikes again.

twistedoff:

Robin and Night Wing with bats! I mean why not make bat friends when you are in a cave all the time with them!

twistedoff:

Robin and Night Wing with bats! I mean why not make bat friends when you are in a cave all the time with them!

thoughtsaboutdickgrayson:

Batman and Robin: The Case of the Laughing Sphinx (1982)

Batcave and training montage!

"Each day he [Dick] discovered muscles he never knew he had."