practicingsands:

30 Day DC Challenge (13/30)
        ↳Favorite Non-Canon Pairing: SuperBat

practicingsands:

30 Day DC Challenge (13/30)

        ↳Favorite Non-Canon Pairing: SuperBat

madhousejoker:

blackbatpurplecat:

helenawaynehuntress:

THE USURPER | Helena Wayne does not approve of this bullshit story.
(Neither do I for that matter, but I do find Helena’s sharp response to this situation very satisfying).

I really felt for Helena here. He’s the man who could have spared her daddy a fucking HUGE amount of pain but didn’t, and now, out of the blue, he wants to play happy family with her. I’d be both furious and sad, too.

Selfish him getting shot

Getting shot was not what upset Bruce. What upset him was finding out that his parents’ (well, his mum’s) death was not a senseless act of crime committed by a petty criminal, but a mafia hit placed on the Wayne family by Francesco Falcone for Thomas deciding to leave the business. (Yes, Thomas Wayne worked for the mafia on Earth-2).
To add further insult to injury, Bruce was especially hurt to find out his daddy survived the mafia hit meant to kill him and his mum, and still decided a life of revenge instead of a life with him, his own son. The last part is what got Bruce to disown his father and never acknowledged his existence to his wife and daughter.
So no, Bruce and Helena’s feelings on the matter are not unjustified here.

madhousejoker:

blackbatpurplecat:

helenawaynehuntress:

THE USURPER | Helena Wayne does not approve of this bullshit story.

(Neither do I for that matter, but I do find Helena’s sharp response to this situation very satisfying).

I really felt for Helena here. He’s the man who could have spared her daddy a fucking HUGE amount of pain but didn’t, and now, out of the blue, he wants to play happy family with her. I’d be both furious and sad, too.

Selfish him getting shot

Getting shot was not what upset Bruce. What upset him was finding out that his parents’ (well, his mum’s) death was not a senseless act of crime committed by a petty criminal, but a mafia hit placed on the Wayne family by Francesco Falcone for Thomas deciding to leave the business. (Yes, Thomas Wayne worked for the mafia on Earth-2).

To add further insult to injury, Bruce was especially hurt to find out his daddy survived the mafia hit meant to kill him and his mum, and still decided a life of revenge instead of a life with him, his own son. The last part is what got Bruce to disown his father and never acknowledged his existence to his wife and daughter.

So no, Bruce and Helena’s feelings on the matter are not unjustified here.

blackbatpurplecat:

A nice calm evening for the Waynes

I can’t help but notice they’re all left-handed in this panel. Which is awesome.

blackbatpurplecat:

A nice calm evening for the Waynes

I can’t help but notice they’re all left-handed in this panel. Which is awesome.

blackbatpurplecat:

helenawaynehuntress:

more-like-a-justice-league:

Ooof that Huntress/Blue Beetle episode of Brave and the Bold was all sorts of uncomfortable! The entire Huntress/Batman dynamic was unbearable. Not only should Helena Bertinelli not be into Bruce at all, but with her wearing the Helena Wayne Huntress costume? It reeked of just such weird incesty vibes. And between Beetle drooling over her the whole time and Batman’s dialogue over the top cheesey, that whole episode was a stinker.

It’s weird how great some of these episodes are and how much of a chore others are.

Oh my. I can’t wait to see your reaction to the Mask of Matches Malone episode where this was a thing that happened.

I think this episode—far more than the one you’re discussing here—takes the whole ‘Huntress being into her dad’ creepiness factor to a whole new level. :P

The sad part is even the pre-Crisis comics presented both the Earth-1 Batman and the Earth-2 Huntress in ways that…uh…didn’t look appropriate for a father and daughter even if parallel. x_x

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Bruce, come on. What the hell.

And do you remember that weird kiss?! A cringe fest! The way she says this sounds like she’s having a serious sexy crush on the guy who’s basically her father “in young”.

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Of course. 

It’s one of those things that’s hard to forget when taken out of context like in this case.

It was one of those kisses that ‘misfired’ on the page. :P

Then we have this one to boot:

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Poor Helena. Those are some serious knockers she’s sporting there coupled with some unfortunate dialogue. :P

more-like-a-justice-league:

Ooof that Huntress/Blue Beetle episode of Brave and the Bold was all sorts of uncomfortable! The entire Huntress/Batman dynamic was unbearable. Not only should Helena Bertinelli not be into Bruce at all, but with her wearing the Helena Wayne Huntress costume? It reeked of just such weird incesty vibes. And between Beetle drooling over her the whole time and Batman’s dialogue over the top cheesey, that whole episode was a stinker.

It’s weird how great some of these episodes are and how much of a chore others are.

Oh my. I can’t wait to see your reaction to the Mask of Matches Malone episode where this was a thing that happened.

I think this episode—far more than the one you’re discussing here—takes the whole ‘Huntress being into her dad’ creepiness factor to a whole new level. :P

The sad part is even the pre-Crisis comics presented both the Earth-1 Batman and the Earth-2 Huntress in ways that…uh…didn’t look appropriate for a father and daughter even if parallel. x_x

NICOLA SCOTT | The original Earth-2 Trinity.

I wish this series was better than it actually was. So much wasted potential.
NICOLA SCOTT | The original Earth-2 Trinity.

I wish this series was better than it actually was. So much wasted potential.

blackbatpurplecat:

Artist: Kit

The Bat, The Cat, and their grown-up young

thebatandthecat:

Time. Memory. Both fleeting. They're all we have.

annotateddc:

In JLA 27, Clark Kent introduces a Japanese woman to Bruce Wayne as “Rei Hino”. Rei Hino is the name of Sailor Mars from the franchise Sailor Moon, and the woman in the comic is actually the Martian Manhunter in disguise.

And Batman immediately got the reference. Heh.

Wow. Bruce Wayne knows who Sailor Mars is.

(I’m willing to bet Earth-2 Bruce does too. After all…his daughter ::did:: grow up in the 1990s in the current continuity. She had to have found a ‘fun way’ to learn Japanese like all the other kids who tried learning Japanese in those days).

BATMAN AND HUNTRESS | This was a thing in the pre-Crisis universe.
BATMAN AND HUNTRESS | This was a thing in the pre-Crisis universe.