From Batman #166 (September 1964)
Batman wants Robin to have a life outside crime fighting!
I love that back in the day, writers had to give reasons for not using Robin. Now it sometimes seems to be the other way around.
From Batman #159 (November 1963)
"… most of the girls like Robin better than Batman."
Guilty as charged. And yet, DC never learns.
From Batman #133 (August 1960) and From Batman #134 (September 1960)
Important answers to important questions : )
HA! HA! HA! Batwoman later became a lesbian.
—Batman #141 (1961) script by Bill Finger, art by Sheldon Moldoff
Why yes, Robin: yes we would! May I please introduce you to my lovely fiancé, Ginger.
Yeah, there’s a Bat-Pulley
- Batman 355 (1983)
I’ve posted this story in it’s entirety before, but couldn’t pass up the oportunity to repost this little tidbit when I came across it again now. Why? Becaue it’s Batfamily love, of course.
- Batman 297
Dick’s a daredevil. He changes from student to Robin behind a statue. In broad daylight.
All that old jazz
— Teen Titans #13
"I figured it was just a matter of time before Santa joined our rogues gallery."
Actually, he’s been one of your rogues since the Golden Age. (Though there’s usually a happy ending, since it is Christmas after all.)
From Batman #76 (April-May 1953)
And so rude, Penguin : )