“Everyone experiences tragedy. Tim. Bruce. You and me. It’s not about the city. It’s about how you choose to see the world. Everything else is just an excuse.”
Something I drew for myself as a guide in the different size/builds of our dudes, jumping back into normal bat-verse.
I’ve already ignored all my own notes completely though
Alfred waking up the bat family
This is 100% What I’m going to pretend is happening offscreen the whole time
Merry Christmas Mr. Pennyworth
My Christmas Project is finally finished, I worked on it for about 24 hours straightforward since I had no other time… So the art is a little fast, some pages not as polished as I wish it to be, but it is still enjoyable :)
Thank you everyone for this year!
One time, and for whatever reason, the Batkids needed to prove to the media that they were ‘stupid rich brats’ so no one (Vicki Vale) would suspect their night jobs.
So they decided to get together (with Babs (begrudingly) and Steph) and make an internet video of them doing a dangerously moronic stunt. For some reason, Tim came up with the idea of a ‘car sling shot’ that would fling cars into the bay behind the Bat Manor (“Stupid, extremely expensive, dangerous—and we need to get rid of the trashed batmobiles anyway, right?”—reasoning used by Tim).
It surprisingly worked pretty well and the cars got some distance.
Well, the video came out to be quite popular not because of the subject matter but because half way through the thing, everyone decided that this thing wasn’t powerful enough, so they connected two cars together to see if they would be flung into the ocean.
One car made it.
The other went flying straight into the east side of Wayne Manor, destroying the entire second floor wall.
The video ended with the kids staring horrified at the mess and Dick running off screaming ‘OH GOD NO’. Good news, no one was home and the video hit over a million views over night. Bad news, everyone refused to leave Teen Towers for about two weeks because Bruce was going to kill them.
Racebent Batfamily Fancast