and cranes

freedomhasnoexception  asked:

What is Codot-verse Doctor Crane's hygiene like? His overall grooming and shower regimen and whatnot. I hope this ain't a terribly strange question, but I'm asking because I've seen many varying interpretations and headcanons of this, ranging from sparkly clean to only showering once every four years.

Jonathan Crane has learned one thing through his years of testing: Unclean/Unsanitary testing conditions lead to unsatisfactory and inconsistent results.

While not being the most… orderly of youths (in more than one way), Jonathan quickly learned that keeping clean and organised yielded better outcomes and results in his work. Ablutions quickly became a part of Jonathan’s routine. His laboratory is immaculate, and Jonathan himself is incredibly clean. His office is dusty, but there’s no testing being done there and Jonathan doesn’t allow Arkham cleaning staff into his office. It will almost always fail the White Glove Test.

Now Jonathan lives his life by a schedule. He shaves every morning. His dirty clothes are picked up every Sunday at 8:00am, and are returned clean and folded by noon. His hair is trimmed on the first day of every month - a pompadour that is slicked back in the morning and is always hanging in front of his face by noon (sometimes hair just doesn’t stay where you want - Edward has suggested product, but that’s beyond Jonathan’s realm of understanding/interest).

Contrary to the general fantasies floating about the good Doctor’s underthings, Jonathan wears white socks, white Y-Fronts, and a white undershirt. His business shirts are white, and his slacks are brown. He has one black suit which is kept pressed and in a suit bag hanging in his closet. He has five ties - one for each work day; five different shades of black (don’t ask - they all look the same to everyone else except Jon and Edward).

On his off days, Jon wears jeans and flannel or cotton shirts.

Side Note: I may have mentioned this before, but Jonathan has an allergy to synthetic fibres, and only wears 100% cotton clothing. Anything else will cause him to itch and develop rashes.

Should any of these habits become subject to change, one is encouraged to ensure Jonathan is still taking his medication and is not talking to ‘himself’. Otherwise, notify Arkham officials or Batman himself.

I watched this little mini horror video and the monster looks like Nolanverse Scarecrow and I AM LOOSING MY MIND LAUGHING AT THIS SHOT IN PARTICULAR ITS LIKE ‘Sorry dude dont got time for your spookin’ I got texts to answer here lemmie PUT TAPE ON YOUR FACE' 

Like I know its not Jon but its so funny to imagine it is. 

No but imagine if it was Jon.

“Did you just put tape on my face?”



Batman's Rogue Gallery and their D&D characters
  • <p> <b><p></b> <b>Bane:</b> He is delighted to play a black dragonborn ranger ("I can play as an almost DRAGON, hell yes!") He has a wolf familiar and was sent by his clan to eliminate as many members of a certain race (his favoured enemy) as possible because said enemy has decimated the majority of his clan. Also the favoured enemy changes each campaign.<p/><p/><b><p></b> <b>Catwoman:</b> Unsurprisingly, Selina went for a drow rogue. She's pretty much made for stealth although she's a bit squishy. She was forced to leave the Underdark after her House was destroyed and sought a better fate on the surface world.<p/><p/><b><p></b> <b>Clayface:</b> He was stuck between a halfling rogue and an orc paladin, eventually deciding for the latter. His character is a decent enough guy with really good charisma and Clayface really enjoys playing him. Also a good tank and diplomat alike.<p/><p/><b><p></b> <b>Harley Quinn:</b> Harley rolled a delightful Chaotic Neutral tiefling bard/fighter. She plays the lute and fights using a giant warhammer. Harley's favourite thing about playing a bard is that she can literally sing people to death; it gives her great joy. </p><p/><b><p></b> <b>The Joker:</b> They never invite him because I hate his guts and he'd probably piss everyone off anyway. </p><p/><b><p></b> <b>Killer Croc:</b> First of all, Croc's PSYCHED that he can play because he always wanted to do it as a kid, but nobody wanted to play with him. His character is a green dragonborn rogue. He's the second best scout and the king of backstabs, although he can also hold his own in melee.<p/><p/><b><p></b> <b>The Mad Hatter:</b> Jervis's character is a gnome wizard/druid (enchanter/shapeshifter.) He's good at charming people and enemies to do what he wants them to, and can transform into a wide array of animals in case his magic isn't enough.<p/><p/><b><p></b> <b>Mr Freeze:</b> He rolled a human cleric whose best friend died to a mysterious illness so he took it upon himself to travel the world in search of a cure so that less people would suffer. Fights with a staff and is often the voice of reason in the party. </p><p/><b><p></b> <b>The Penguin:</b> Oswald is still a little in denial about how much he enjoys this game. His character is a Lawful Evil ex-noble gnome rogue who rivals with Croc and Selina when it comes to stealth and backstabbing. He's a bit of a kleptomaniac (although not as much as Selina's rogue) and somehow manages to pick more locks than the other two put together.<p/><p/><b><p></b> <b>Poison Ivy:</b> She rolled a Neutral Evil wood elven druid whose goal is to aid nature in taking back the land taken by humans - because of course. She either refuses to interact with anything unnatural or attacks it on sight. She kicks more ass than one would think. </p><p/><b><p></b> <b>Ras Al Ghul:</b> I think that he'd mostly DM because he seems like a KICKASS DM, buuuut if not then his character would be a super badass high elven fighter master swordsman.</p><p/><b><p></b> <b>The Riddler:</b> Eddie rolled a half elven wizard because knowledge is power. His character is called Edward like him, because what did you expect from a guy with his ego? He's super smart and charismatic, but Eddie forgot to put points into Constitution so he's squishy af.</p><p/><b><p></b> <b>The Scarecrow:</b> Although Jonathan prefers to DM, he rolled a tiefling fiend warlock. Amusingly enough, the fiend he made a pact with is his great great grand aunt. He has a raven familiar named Nightmare and spams "Fear" like the asshole he is.</p><p/><b><p></b> <b>Talia Al Ghul:</b> Neither she nor Ras would probably want to play but he's a bamf and she's a girl and we need more girls. Talia would probably roll a drow fighter/monk. The fighter/monk combo lets her kick ass even when she doesn't have a weapon.</p><p/><b><p></b> <b>Two-Face:</b> Harvey used to play in high school, and decided to resurrect his old dwarven cleric character. Torim Goldhammer is a true neutral cleric of Dumathoin and wields a mace and a shield. He won't heal anyone who was an asshole towards him.<p/><p/></p>

sweetalore  asked:

are you excited for some Scarecrow in the S4 ??!!??! 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌

YES OMGGGGGGG I CAN’T WAIT! I’m very excited to see Crane again and I’m also very excited to see if more Gotham viewers become fans and join up with us in the Scarecrow fandom. It always makes me happy to see new Crane fans (I remember back when TDKR came out and people became interested in Crane after his judge cameo) and maybe even make friends with them–some of the best friends I’ve ever had I met because they were Scarecrow fans too. :D


anonymous asked:

"I just like making people uncomfortable. Makes me feel better" Scriddler, I feel like Jon would say this at some point

Ask and ye shall receive!! xx

“I just like making people uncomfortable,” Jonathan confessed, pouring himself a small mug of coffee as his expression remained unrepentant, “because it makes me feel better and I do not need any further justification than that. Fear is my power.”

“Wait,” Edward feigned confusion as he tilted his head, “What did you say? You LIKE making people feel uncomfortable? What?!”

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100 Days of IchabbieDay 31

Meeting the Father-In-Law

*sidenote: I love how it’s implied that abbie and crane are more than friends by ezra, at least from cranes pov because he just walked in, and no one says otherwise👀 He does say “DAUGHTER” NOT “DAUGHTERSSSS

anonymous asked:

So I just finished reading Year One Batman: Scarecrow and was surprised to learn he had three half siblings. Disappointed to see how quick he was to point the gun at an infant. Do you think he'd have pulled the trigger? Have any headcanons on his possible reaction to his Crane half sibs? Reading it also reminded me of that Robot Chicken DC special with his nephew Calvin the barrista. Idk why potential family shenanigans amuse me.

(I’m really late answering this ask, so sorry anon!)

I was about to point out that he only had one half-sibling, but then I realized that Gerald briefly mentions being married with two kids. Little details like that are so easy to miss. As for the scene with Karen and her baby girl, I think he would’ve shot them both given the chance. He came back with intent to murder, striking terror into his mother’s heart was just the icing on the cake. It was his own from of justifiable revenge. How dare she leave him with Great Granny, knowing full well that he’d be tortured in her care. What kind of “loving mother” would do such a terrible thing to their child?

Jonathan knows about Karen’s daughter, and probably Gerald’s new family too. Does he care, would he ever seek then out willingly? I doubt it, and I suspect that the children have already been warned about their half-brother. (or they’ve seen him in the news) They’d do their best to stay away from Gotham.