Archive for the ‘Dick Grayson’ Category

Supereconomics – Part 11

2016/01/26

Man, petty crime in Gotham City is petty.

Don't forget to steal his lunch money, too.

Don’t forget to steal his lunch money, too.

This shakedown has been brought to you by Batman #213 (July-August 1969) by E. Nelson Bridwell, Don Cameron, Bill Finger, David Vern Reed, Ross Andru, Bob Kane, Sheldon Moldoff, Jim Mooney, Win Mortimer, Lew Sayre Schwartz, Mark Esposito, Charles Paris, Jerry Robinson, and George Roussos.

The Bat, The Robin, and The Pythons

2014/10/27

Huh. Who knew that Batgirl enjoyed watching old British sketch comedy series?

Coconuts, perhaps? ;)

Coconuts, perhaps? ūüėČ

This homage to Monty Python’s Flying Circus has been brought to you by Batman Family #3 (January-February 1976) by Bill Finger, Joe Greene, Elliot S. Maggin, Ernie Chan, Jos√© Luis Garc√≠a-L√≥pez, Sheldon Moldoff, Dick Sprang, Vince Colletta, and Charles Paris.

Politically Incorrect Theater – Part 10

2014/05/03

Oh, Dick Grayson, would your fangirls still swoon over you if they knew what a condescending, sexist douchebag you used to be as a teenager…?

Yeesh, I wonder how he treated Wonder Girl back then...

Yeesh, I wonder how he treated Wonder Girl back then…

This flippy female moment has been brought to you by The Brave and the Bold #100 (February-March 1972) by Bob Haney, Jack Miller, Neal Adams, and Jim Aparo.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 29

2012/11/21

If you think that Changeling‘s the only member of the Teen Titans capable of making inappropriate sexual comments to his opposite sex teammates, think again.

What kind of cable channels do they get at Titans Tower? o_O

This underage catcalling moment has been brought to you by The New Teen Titans #39 (February 1984) by Marv Wolfman, George Pérez, and Romeo Tanghal.

What a Drag – Part 1

2011/12/17

If you thought the green short shorts and pixie boots were bad, take a long, hard look at what Dick Grayson had to wear in order to quell Commissioner Gordon’s suspicions that his daughter, Barbara Gordon, might be Batgirl.

Think again, Girl Wonder. Think again.

This low point in the original Robin‘s career comes to you courtesy of Batgirl: Year One (October 2003) by Scott Beatty, Chuck Dixon, Marcos Martin, and Alvaro Lopez.


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