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Book Review - Batman War Crimes

Title: Batman War Crimes

Authors: Anderson Gabrych, Devin Grayson, Bill Willingham, Bruce Jones, & Will Pfeifer

Format: Paperback

Published:  2006

I will start this review with a warning to readers that my next several reviews are going to be comics and manga as I went on a massive comic manga kick as they are quick and easy to read and I happen to really like them so bear with me during this time and I promise real books will come eventually!  554 more words

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Headcanon #6

Tim Drake is the only Robin there is. Red Robin doesn’t exist. As far as Damian Wayne goes, he will not adopted the mantle.


Comic Book Character Appreciation #5- Tim Drake Red Robin

Den-Pri“The perfect Robin in my eyes.He is smart, athletic, well-mannered, strong in character, knows when to use his emotions and when not to and also the alpha of pretty much everything when Dick is not around. 204 more words


Return to the Long-Boxe!

I’m back after a long hiatus with another entry in Ye Olde Longe-Boxe! First, the hiatus part: I went on vacation, then I moved, then I started teaching. 968 more words


Teen Titans #2 - Review


Hello interweb, Nate here.  So last month, I bought and reviewed Teen Titans #1 and as promised this is my second edition to the monthly Teen Titans reviews.  1,497 more words


Tim Drake

The third and might be the most important Robin.

Current comic continuity might say otherwise, but it also says Batman went through the first two Robins and Tim, and had Damian Wayne as Robin in less than five years. 194 more words


The Names The Thing

Daily Prompt: Have you ever named an inanimate object? (Your car? Your laptop? The volleyball that kept you company while you were stranded in the ocean?) Share the story of at least one object with which you’re on a first-name basis. 281 more words