get to know me meme: [9/10] families → Bat Family I know I will fail from time to time, to see that big picture. To see what we’re fighting for. I will forget to trust. I will forget to reach out… When those moments come, Bruce. I will be here. Right at your side.
Dick Grayson + Jason Todd + Tim Drake + Damian Wayne
It’s been a while since I’ve wanted to draw them all. I drew Red Hood without the red mask, because honestly I didn’t want him to be the only one with a completely covered face, but I hope you can still tell who it is.
I know canon gives us formal and somber priest!Jason, but imagine snarky youth group minister Jason (a.k.a. my fave). No connection to Bruce or the afterlife, still the same snarky little shit he was as Robin. He’s a bit gruff because it wasn’t the joker that made him terrible at showing weakness, but he’s protective as hell. The kids fucking love him.
Most kids. Most kids love him.
And then there’s Damian.
Little feral assassin Damian, fresh out of a disastrous first meeting with Daddy Bats, and he most definitely doesn’t love Jason. But Jason knows an abused kid who needs a way out when he sees one, even if that situation is way out of Jason’s league.
Jason has just started making real progress when Talon shows up. Luckily, and to his very great surprise, Jason’s got Damian to protect him. Of course, then Damian gets attached.
Fast forward, Damian rehabs Talon!Dick by taking the don’t-be-a-murderous-asshole lessons he learned from Jason 30 seconds prior and teaching them inexpertly to Talon. He gets confused and territorial when Youth Minister Jason and Talon start building their own connection, which may eventually go in a slightly unexpected direction.
Tim Drake is the kind of person who, during the last few weeks of school, barely attends classes, doesn’t do his homework, and doesn’t bring anything more to school than a crumpled piece of loose leaf and a crayon. His teachers keep tell him that if he keeps it up he won’t be prepared for finals, but Tim falls asleep halfway through the conversation.
Finals week comes, and Tim has literally studied nothing. Not a single review sheet. On testing days he gets two hours of sleep at most and brings only a broken pencil with him that he found on his way to school, yet somehow he gets a perfect 100 on every single exam. His teachers and peers are dumbfounded.