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gregfahlgren:

That one time that all four Robins teamed up and were being awesome together.

And in case anyone’s wondering, how to define the Robins goes like this:

Dick: The Acrobat

Jason: The Punk

Tim: The Detective

Damian: The Prince

Four brothers, all Robins.  All great in their own way.  Heaven help the poor bastards who try to go against them

EDIT: In response to a few reblogs, I will list the girls that have played Robin as well.  Tomasi did a great job with this book, writing about the Robins.  I don’t think he was being sexist at all, given that he only had the boys to work with, that blame goes to the editors at DC, which are good, hard-working people that we aren’t always going to agree with (don’t get angry about things you can’t control).

However, I will name the girls right now:

Steph: The Spoiler

Helena: The Outsider

Carrie: The Future.

So here’s to the Robins, the Batgirls, and other assorted defenders of Gotham.  May they continue their mission, with more and more sass with every issue.

why-i-love-comics:

 Red Hood and the Outlaws #32

written by Scott Lobdellart by Rafa Sandoval, R.B. Silva, Wayne Faucher, & Jordi Tarragona
gidionkeep:

I’d hoped to find this animated gif on another Tumblr page to post it, but just couldn’t locate it. This is just too cool, and really does sum up a lot of the history of Batman and his many Robins. I just don’t understand why, if this is being told by Stephanie Brown, she wouldn’t include herself among the past Robins.
vengeance82:

Pretty much how it is
itsthelittlebluecar:

Sounds good to me

gotham-by-gaslight:

DC Comics selfie variants for August.

I really like all of them except Grayson’s… Its kind of boring,

I died at Alfred with Batman’s costume…