Tim’s never regretted his decision to go to Barbara Gordon when Batman began to fall apart after Robin’s death. He does reserve the right to complain when strange men in masks begin to use him as an intermediary for Oracle though. Explicit.
“The bond is a tie between the People and the Dragon. Anyone can bond with a dragon. But conditions must be met, both must be willing, both must be of pure heart, and both must have an affinity. The Bond will open the mind, it is a profound existence. Once the bond is formed you are changed. It is a change that surpasses the physical, the mystical, and the passages of time.” Teen.
Tim isn’t surprised when he’s attacked by Jason Todd shortly after Jason’s return from the dead. What does surprise him is that Jason doesn’t seem to want to hurt him. Instead, Jason seems almost single-mindedly obsessed with keeping Tim safe, and Tim is determined to get to the bottom of it. Teen.
When the planet is shaken by events that are later called the Disasters, every major city in the world experiences what Gotham went through in No Man’s Land. It’s business as usual in Gotham; they’ve been through this before, after all. Things start to get out of hand when Batman is ambushed and brought down; after that, heroes drop one by one as the rogues dig in and tear Gotham apart.
When Dick tells Tim that he’s leaving Gotham, Tim refuses to go with him, knowing that if he stays he can help. He turns to Jason, one of the only tentative allies he has left in the city, and together, they try their best to save a city that it might not be possible to save. Mature.
Jason is getting ready to start his reign as the Red Hood when he overhears a conversation that will change his life. He ends up giving up his plans for revenge and taking on a new identity so he can raise the son he never thought he’d have. When his safety and anonymity are threatened by the Wayne Foundation ’s representative, Tim Drake-Wayne, all Jason can do is keep his head down and hope for the best - but he may have to redefine “best” in order for that to work out. Teen.
Tim is the sole heir to Drake Industries, and his parents have decided to hire a bodyguard from Wayne Enterprises for him. Tim is skeptical, and the bodyguard doesn’t particularly like the situation either. But sometimes, circumstances will bring people together. Explicit.
"You’re the one of the bat brood that’s working on the vampire case, right?”
It’s not a “vampire case”, Tim wants to say, but he gets what Jason means. He gives a short nod.
Jason takes a deep breath. There’s still something strange about his eyes, but in the dim light and from this distance, Tim can’t quite make out what it is. It bugs him, though. Jason runs a hand through his hair and lets out a deep sigh.
“Come on, Timmy,” Jason says, tilting his chin up so that Tim can see his maskless face. Those dark blue eyes, usually so steely and cold, are open and studying the planes of Tim’s face. “Even rich boys know that you get one wish on your birthday.” Mature.
The first time that Jason saw Tim, it was like someone had thrown a bucket of ice water over him and then tossed him into a fire. A tiny kid, couldn’t weigh more than a buck twenty soaking wet. His face though, young, and pale with that sharp, small smile. Smaller than a crack on a sidewalk tile.
I remember when my sister used to watch Degrassi, and I would sometimes watch it with her. Then she pointed at lil’ Jimmy in his wheelchair and she told me this guy wanted to be a rapper. And I was like ??? lil paralyzed Jimmy?? A rapper? A guy named AUBREY? A rapper? And then she said yeah. His stage name is Drake. And I was like DRAKE? Nah, poor boy. That’ll never work out. He’ll be stuck on the Degrassi level forever, the poor Canadian
But here I am. Sitting in my pajamas behind my laptop, sadly laughing at the Hotline Bling meme. I’m not even on Degrassi level. Aubrey Graham left that wheelchair for ridiculous dancing and the golden life and left me in a metaphorical wheelchair