Lol, i might post some pages tomorrow.
I would like to say for the record that this is the FIRST TIME I've withheld dong when someone was so desperately asking for some.
Brian C Wood
Tim was the previous robin and he hates him and Jason shot him in the stomach on BftC
this is not new information
which is why exploring this further more is a great thing for both he character and the book
im just looking at where the character is going to be in the next 3-5 years and this kind of stories are essential and personally i think Tomasi is doing a great job at it
I'll only be disappointed if Damian and Dick are not somewhat friendly/brotherly to one another. Not to say that there shouldn't be any rivalry, because Damian is always challenging everyone about everything. Still, the past D&D should get some respect as another poster had put up the panels showing how Damian felt about Dick and their progress being a team/family/friends. I really don't want that to be rebooted/ignored in favor of making Damian an even bigger problem child. He'll be bratty enough to Jason and Tim as it is.
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"We", not "screw you grayson when my father gets back, me and him will be B&R".
And then Bruce gets back and starts telling them about Inc and Damian interrupts with:
"But father, what about B&R?"
Damian did mellow out. Sure he's never gonna be the loving little brother, but there's a big difference to his stance towards dick from what it was in say... BftC.
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Damian not liking Tim or Jason is ok.
Him not respecting and loving Dick is so OOC of him is not even funny.
they label me a villain cause of how I express my feelings
Last edited by Godlike13; 05-11-2012 at 06:24 AM.
It is true that fans do exaggerate how open Damian is about his feelings but it's not like the subtext isn't there. Besides it's cute.
I'm worried Tomasi is going to downplay their relationship. Damian never said it, but it's obvious he loves Dick as a brother.
Characters come and go, revamped and revisited. But as long as you enjoyed them, remember them and continue to appreciate them, then that character, your hero or heroine, will always exist.