Christian Bale as … Bruce Wayne
Ian Somerhalder as … Dick Grayson
Dean Geyer as … Jason Todd
Logan Lerman as … Tim Drake
Arsalan Ghasemi as … Damian Wayne
TIM IS A PROPHET
I did it. I saved the people he loved. I saved everything he worked so hard to build. No compromises. He won’t say anything,he never does. But I know. I know that Bruce will be proud of me. Not a bad day.
Remember when Chris Yost wrote a really inspiring Tim Drake? One who was flawed and angry, but also really smart and hopeful. One who knew he was flirting with a dangerous line and had trouble dealing with that inside of himself, but still believed in saving innocents and his friends?
Do you think we can get Mr. Yost back? What’s he up to these days?
For those who don’t know, “Cousin Oliver Syndrome” is a real thing in the TV industry.
It refers to an “adorable” kid being added to an aging series that normally upsets the dynamics of the show - but is sometimes effective, unlike the “Jumping the Shark” gambit. Robbie Rist joined the cast of The Brady Bunch as Cousin Oliver on this day in 1974.
Dick is perfectly referring to Damian.
(Red Robin #14)
Cause there’s all this Red Robin nostalgia tonight (plus I don’t feel like working anymore tonight) Here’s the layouts I handed in for the cover of issue 10 guest starring Steph Brown as Batgirl.
Hope you enjoy, and if there’s enough notes I might post more layouts in the future.
- Red Robin 15
Tim’s suiting up.
- Red Robin 15
Tim’s willing to sacrifice a lot to deter Vicky from figuring out exactly how close to the truth about the Batfamily and the Waynes she actually is.
I’m reading this as a part of the “Return of Bruce Wayne” series. Although I can’t really see what this comic has to do with that, except to show the lenghts Tim is willing to go to. And that Vicky knows about them. But that’s an old story that’s been told many times.
Still, it’s a nice comic. Dick and Tim in suits just being the top of the list. Marcus To, next. Tim’s scheming is no. three.