It was almost as if the boy stopped existing. A frighting thought.
gotta do it so i can get a job and take care of wendybaby
gonna get so much better you won’t even rECOGNIZE ME like who’s that amazing productive and happy person? oh it’s just cornflake pizza that’s right u heard me right tHAT’S cornflake wow
if i keep eating snickers bars i won’t have to sleep, and if i don’t sleep then i don’t have to go to my appointment tomorrow, right?
flawless logic :’)
Hey there :D! I think the scene you’re talking about is from All Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder!
ASBAR is not exactly main continuity. It was written by Frank Miller and is supposed to fit into his Dark Knight verse to some degree, but it’s not a direct/canonical retelling of Dick and Bruce’s meeting. It then goes on to show Dick becoming Robin and working with him. It ran 10 issues (there was talk about a few more issues coming out a few years ago but I don’t think that ever happened).
For me, ASBAR falls into a “so bad it’s funny” category. It’s very grimdark. Bruce pretty much kidnaps Dick, gasses him in the car, tells him to eat rats, threatens Alfred when he dares to feed him, Dick almost kills Hal Jordan. The story kind of meanders around. There’s a ton of cheesecake poses with the women. Alfred is this butch muscle man. Everyone seems to be dark and gritty but also kind of campy at the same time.
The writing is really repetitive (seriously these are consecutive text boxes; I just cropped them for size sake) but good for a laugh.
Then there’s the truly awful stuff like Wonder Woman being a straw feminist and needing a super man to tame her wild Amazonian soul and that’s not even really funny, it’s just horribly cringe worthy. She calls a man “Sperm-bank”.
For me, I wouldn’t necessarily say you should run out and buy it if you’re looking for a canonical good Batman story but if you come across a copy it wouldn’t hurt to skim it/take a look.
The first meeting between Tommy and his future fiance, Peyton Riley.
[Heart of Hush Part 3]
oh look colin’s parents
This is how a Colin Wilkes is made, yes. :)