I'm gonna make a fuckin superhero team movie
Where the opening sequence is a fuckin action scene that's Awesome and 'this is a mans world' is playing in the background and all you can see is the basic shadows/outlines of all the characters and the songs going on dramatic scene right
And then at "but it wouldn't be nothing nothing without a woman or a girl"
It cuts to all the heroes and they're all fuckin female and you couldn't tell from the silohuyes because they'll have actually decent armor and not be in a skin tight leather suit that won't protect shit -LJ
4 5142 December, 2017
1. They're so fuckin married?
2. (Less relevant to post) Jason Todd would make a great dad. -LJ
8 7012 December, 2017
Sometimes you just gotta cry for a couple hours my dudes. It happens -LJ
1 4252 December, 2017
Jason Todd is a fuckin gift. Cred to artist? -LJ
2 4391 December, 2017
I don't know how I feel about this but it's really cute -LJ
Also do you any of you listen to the band Kaleo?!! -LJ
7 4941 December, 2017
From a Nightwing (1996) comic from around 2003ish, I think. He was running around in Europe, chasing a piece of evidence that would get a bunch of his coworkers (corrupt cops) fired. What a way to spend your sick days...
1 2915 November, 2017
Mister officer Richard Grayson - Former Robin Dick.
Created by Bob Kane, Bill Finger and Jerry Robinson and first appeared in Detective Comics #38 from 1940, Richard "Dick" Grayson has held several different aliases in the DC Comics Universe. In his origin tale, his parents were the Flying Graysons, acrobats performing with him alongside in the traveling Haly's Circus. They were tragically murdered by a mobster in Gotham City named Tony Zucco, and millionaire Bruce Wayne adopted him as his legal ward at a very young age. Grayson went through extensive training in martial arts and crimefighting to become the original Robin, Batman's sidekick. Many years later when he had outgrown the position, he took the name and costume of Nightwing. In the 1996/1997 Chuck Dixon / Scott McDaniel story arc Nightwing: A Knight in Blüdhaven, investigating a crime in the nearby city, Nightwing saw that Blüdhaven was just as bad, if not worse, than Gotham. With no one to protect Blüdhaven, and a need to forge his own path as a hero, Nightwing decided to relocate there. This was the beginning of a long, uphill battle for Dick Grayson. He fought many victorious battles in Blüdhaven as its protector, eventually joining the police force under his civilian identity of Dick Grayson and certainly made it a safer place, but he never won the war. The city, and his losses, took their toll on Nightwing, leading him to eventually adopt a grimmer outlook on being a hero. As an adult he becomes Batman to replace Bruce Wayne during Battle for the Cowl, alongside Damian Wayne as his Robin (which we are discussing in our current timeline). Since Bruce's return they operate simultaneously as part of Batman Incorporated, but he had a time where he wore the Blue and was the officer Blüdhaven needed to serve. This commissioned artwork depicting Officer Grayson in a shoot out with the villain Torque is penciled by Scott McDaniel, inked by Bob Almond and colored by Tom Chu.