**robin

  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: as much as I love that the Batfamily has been connecting and bonding lately, I also HATE IT WITH A PASSION because ALL TIM DRAKE EVER WANTED WAS TO BE A MEMBER OF THAT FAMILY. LIKE, SO FUCKING MUCH. HE FOLLOWED THEM AROUND WHEN HE WAS A SMOL BECAUSE HIS BIO FAMILY WAS NEGLECTFUL AND HE JUST!! WANTED!! A FAMILY!! AND NOW THAT THEY'RE FINALLY TRYING TO ACT LIKE ONE AGAIN, DC KILLED OFF TIM DRAKE SO WE CAN'T EVEN SEE THE WARPED ECHO VERSION OF HIM GET WHAT HE WANTED?? FFFFUUUUUCK YOOOOUUUUU.

I just got back from seeing the Lego Batman Movie and I just got a stunning realization.

Robin was convinced that Batman and Bruce were two separate people and were roommates kinda. And Batman even said that the two were “sharing custody” while Robin said that he had “two dad’s”.

So during the whole first half of the movie, Robin could have been imagining Bruce and Batman together as a married gay couple.

That’s astonishing.

I really want CW to do a BatFam live-action TV series. Like, I have this five-season structure all worked out in my head:

  • Start with Batman working with Dick Grayson. You probably want to have their partnership be a few years old because Dick’s canonically the longest running and closest to Batman of the Robins, but you can throw in cute flashback episodes showing his recruitment
  • Have Catwoman be a recurring antagonist/neutral figure throughout the series, with copious amounts of flirting.
  • Establish the character of Barbara Gordon early season 1, and give all these little hints at what she’ll become, then have her take up Batgirl season 2- sort of like what the Flash did with Cisco.
  • Bring in Bat Woman around Season 2-ish, give her a nice LGBT plotline, and have some fun with her and Batman’s mutual secret identities.
  • Have a plotline about Dick’s desire to go his own way that culminates in him taking up the identity of Nightwing. Maybe give him a spin-off if he’s popular enough?
  • Have Bruce recruit Jason Todd as the new Robin early Season 3 because he misses Dick, but make it clear Jason is much more angry/impulsive.
  • The villain of Season 3 is the Joker. Mid-season, Barbara is paralyzed from the waist down. Give her an good, respectful plot arc recovering physically and mentally that culminates in taking up the mantle of Oracle in the finale and being vital in defeating the Joker.
  • Have the Joker brutally murder Jason  a few episodes before the finale. This culminates in a harrowing conclusion where Batman must decide whether to kill the Joker or imprison him.
  • Season 3 or 4, depending on how episode spacing works out, introduce an mysterious assassin figure. At first she seems like an antagonist, but later she saves the life of a main character and introduces herself as Cassandra Cain. She’s adopted into the Bat Family and becomes the new Batgirl with Oracle’s blessing.
  • Season 4, bring in Tim Drake, and have a long plot arc where Batman doesn’t want to put anyone else at risk, until Tim manages to become Robin mid-season.
  • Give Tim have a love interest named Stephanie who’s secretive about her own family, later revealing her father’s the Cluemaster. She takes over for either Robin or Batgirl for an episode before creating her own identity as Spoiler.
  • The theme of Season 4? Parents. Parallel the shitty parenting of Steph and Cass, and have them bond over it. Put in some episodes of Batwoman and her strained relationship with her own father. Use the opportunity to emphasize the parental role Bruce has found himself in, and that after Season 3 he doesn’t want to fail his kids again.
  • Season 5′s main villains are the League of Assassins. Establish Talia Al’Ghul as an old flame of Bruce’s, and at the end of her first episode have a cliffhanger with her ten-year-old son Damian.
  • Introduce the recurring villain Red Hood, and later reveal he’s Jason Todd, resurrected by Ra’s Al Ghul via the Lazarus Pit.
  • Have Damian join the Bat Family mid season. Have Batman disappear/be killed for a bit, and Nightwing come back and take over as Batman for a few eps, with Damian taking over as Robin. Have his run as Batman contested by Jason, who views his morals as constraining and antiquated.
  • Eventually bring Bruce back, have him succeed at bringing Jason into the fold, have Catwoman finally come down on his side, and give it all an epic finale with the entire Bat Family.

Bonus points for race-blind casting (especially for all those black-haired Robins!) and copious amounts of crossovers between BatFam members and the other superhero shows.

Last week, @zenith1988 comes to me, and asked me to work with him on a freaking crazy and awesome project. At the beginning, i wasn’t thinking he was serious. 

But he was.

He really was.

And after three days of work, i have accomplished the mission he gave me !

This commission is a gift from @zenith1988 to the wonderfull and talented @crewefox

Dear @crewefox, consider this art as a celebration and a way to thank you for your work on this marvelous fanfiction that is Take a Stand. Please, keep providing beautifull stories with your fans, your followers and your friends. You have many of them, and as you can see, they are ready for all excesses to show you their inconditionnal support.

Enjoy your gift, and let’s both say a HUGE thank you to @zenith1988 for this beautifull attention !

We all know Robin Lord Taylor is very talented at Oswald’s gasps and over-exaggerated breathing, come on you know what I’m talking about, so can you imagine the moment Ed and Oswald get together how vocal Robin is going to be. With Cory sucking at his neck or lips or whole body flushed against him, the noises he’s going to make as Oswald are going to be so adorable and needy.