Reminder that Bruce once kept a whole world from getting destroyed because Dick was in it.
Earth-Two Superman/Kal-L has this entire spiel about why HIS Earth is better, about how the main Earth is corrupt and terrible and awful. But Batman asks if that idea applies to Dick Grayson, too (IIRC, this was the scene Geoff Johns referred to when he said “Batman admitting that Grayson is the person most important to him”).
Despite the fact the he desperately wants to bring back his own pre-Crisis Earth (and save Lois while he’s at is), this Kal-L/Superman has to concede that Dick Grayson is just as wonderful on this “corrupted” Earth as he is on the “perfect” (Golden Age) Earth-Two.
And to Bruce, that’s enough. As terrible as post-Crisis Earth may be, it is worth saving because of Dick Grayson.
Because Dick Grayson is Batman’s moral compass.
Happy Mother’s Day, guys! :-)
In honor of the day, here are the Batkids with their mothers (or stepmothers, in a few cases).
In order: Damian and Talia, Steph and Crystal, Babs and Barbara Sr., Cass and Shiva, Tim and Dana, Tim and Janet, Dick and Mary, Babs and Sarah, Jason and Sheila.
Jason and Cass are the ones who lucked out in the mother department, clearly. /blatant lies
4/27 - R.I.P.
Bat-Family reactions to Damian’s death.
7 days of Robins: Day four - Stephanie Brown.
You put my hand to your heart
And ran right through your history
The souvenirs and lost luggage
The shipwrecks and the misteries
7 days of Robins: Day three - Tim Drake.
And don’t it seem like too long a time
Since you were sweating in the streetlight?
Too many dreams, not enough schemes
And a bike with no gears to ride
With a wheels going too slow
7 days of Robins: Day two - Jason Todd.
Followed the hunt far as I could
Through dozen weathers, petrified wood
And I took one shot in the dark
And fired the bullet silver to heart