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[Diane walks in. There are hundreds of Make-Your-Own-Plane-Kits stacked on top of each other. Each kit reads: “No I said I’d like to make a complaint do not send me those kits why would you even sell kits like that it’s 2016 this is the last time I’ll be calling you goodbye.”]

5 Reasons Jason Todd is cool

1. He rose from the dead he’s like fuckin vigilante Jesus

2. He’s so… sarcastic and smartass-ish and just…. damn that boy is both sharp and smooth

3. He literally has looked at both Superman and Batman and been like “I don’t care.” He literally shot superman repeatedly with his guns in Red Hood and the Outlaws Volume 2

4. He took the name of the guy who killed him and uses it to protect others. Red hood was a sign of the Joker, now it is a sign that someone will use lethal force to fight evil.

5. He teamed up with a girl who models herself to be the daughter of someone who beat him to death and blew him up, and never used that against her. He only judged her for her personal actions, not her identity.

Reasons I will never get over the diner scene in the last episode of DGHDA

1. Todd and Dirk sitting extremely close together because they are so comfortable with each other now

2. Farah having faith in Dirk and investing in his agency

3. Dirk being completely bowled over by this even though he’s been loudly insisting everyone would join his detective agency for the whole season

4. Dirk then trying to recover from his surprise at having two new friends/colleagues who like him and believe in him, trying to play it cool even though he’s tragically bad at it

5. Todd and Dirk finishing each other’s freaking sentences oh my god

6. “So sane we’re boring”

7. Todd and Farah, the neurotic, affection-starved worrywarts of the show LAUGHING and having a good time with Dirk

8. Dirk wearing the Mexican Funeral t-shirt under his fucking yellow jacket because Todd PICKED OUT THAT FUCKING OUTFIT FOR HIM

9. Farah taking a chance on life and her weird new friends, embracing the weird, you go Farah

10. Dirk being a ball of sunshine and finally having Todd join in his laughter instead of just staring at him with the wide, angry eyes of emotional constipation

11. Did I mention they literally finish each other’s sentences

I mean man, what a great final ending wrap-up scene after which literally nothing happened

Jason Todd is still a teenager; slim and tall, but still maybe half an inch shorter than Dick, with slate black eyes and hair, and a thin face. He wears a red bat on his chest and likes to throw himself at things with bravado and a great deal of confidence, in between looking crushed by how much of the world he’d missed for the months he’d been buried in the dirt.

The man in front of him is heavyset with a blank chest and standing with his fingers hooked into the pockets of his pants. Jason’s face peers back at him, but it’s wider, older, the cheekbones more pronounced. At his fringe is a tuft of thick, white hair that falls across his forehead, not quite long enough to hide the gaping scar slicing his eyebrow in half, or the series of red marks across his nose and cheeks. The way he’s standing, tall and intimidating, speaks of an adult, and the eyes that are staring at him are not black but a bright, unearthly green.

scenes from a batman fic i may someday end up finishing

titleno love, no glory (no hero in his skies)

summary: Snapshots of a life shared, a friend lost, and a love found. (for @arkhamknignt

Jason Todd and Kyle Rayner had been a pair since before Bruce Wayne, before Robin, before a ring took Kyle into the stars. Before death, heartache, realizations, and anger.

It starts on a rainy day in Gotham, deep in the dirtiest parts of the city’s underside.

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When you see his flashback, you realize he did have a shitty childhood and its deep in his subconscious. Interesting how even after he’s incredibly rich and famous that not much has changed.

Also love how they used watercolor for this flashback thing. A lot of the characters if you look closely like Bojack and Mr. Peanutbutter are actually watercolor and not one solid color.