So apparently Tumblr isn’t familiar with this story, which is a TRAGEDY and needs to be fixed IMMEDIATELY.

Here’s what’s possibly the cutest reference dead robins: tiny ghost Jason bein’ tiny and ghostly, pulling cute pranks, having tea with Alfred, maybe kinda possessing small birds, and helping Bruce !! solve !! mysteries !! wow !!! amazing.

Gotham Knights #34 — The Delusions of Alfred Pennyworth
story: Danielle Dwyer | art: Scott Morse


Batman: Gotham Knights #34 - “The Delusions of Alfred Pennyworth”.

When I read this story, I always felt it was answering the premise of, “What if it was Mike W. Barr’s Jason who got killed by the Joker, instead of Jim Starlin’s?”

In any case: oh god, teh feelz. I’ve found almost every entry into Batman: Black and White interesting and worth at least one reread, but this one’s at the top of the list.

Have a happy Thanksgiving, everyone!



Bobbi Morse’s butt-kicking levels are off the charts in Mockingbird by Chelsea Cain and Kate Niemczyk!

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There was a running theme that they were on this kind of spirit quest. McQueen would have to kind of lay low and not be seen in the public eye so Mack was going to have to be disguised and we ran through this whole series of gags where Mack was going to be disguised throughout the whole film as they’re driving around the countryside as a lumberjack or military transport or as a shipping container. At one point he was going to be a traveling circus… there was one great gag that ran for a while at the beach sequence where they’re disguised as a movie crew that’s on a shoot so if McQueen is seen in the world, he’s an actor playing Lightning McQueen and Guido is the Italian director.
“Andy [Lincoln] and Norman [Reedus] are really close. I think the theory actually could be correct, but not within the story,” Gimple said. “Meaning, I don’t put it past those two gentlemen, who are now so unbelievably close, that maybe Andy and Norman were communicating with each other, like they were saying, “Oh, that was a good take. I really like what you did there. You’re really bringing it.”
—  Scott Gimple on the Morse Code Theory,