Batman Logo Die My Darling

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Moth pit

My reaction to this gif went from stone-faced “this is dumb” to full-on snickering gleefully in about fifteen seconds.

you can’t just drop shit like this on my dash i hurt myself laughing

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BatJokes OneShot - Too Slow


Okay, not my best one, but after years of not writting (not even in my main language) it’s better than nothing to slowly get back into writing!

(also thinking about making a sideblog for my stories… ‘cause I want to write more again <3)

Here we go!


Too Slow

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Fic: Files from the Archives


A new side fic in the Eternal Batman Universe, giving you access to Bruce’s files on the various original characters and organisations I’ve created.

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Tagged: #ex  #text messages  #hilarious  #funny  #pow  

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Birth of Venus
Henry Courtney Selous  1852

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“Death of the Family” Shows the Importance of Batman’s Supporting Cast

75 Years of Batman

Even if it is drawn like (a dark opening scene from the Joker’s POV as he cracks Gotham police officer’s necks) and plotted like a slasher film, “Death of the Family” is a love story. A long, lost lover returns to get his love’s attention by changing his appearance and generally putting on a show. Familiar haunts are visited, an intimate candle-lit dinner is had, and dances happen. But to be with the man he loves, the lover must get rid of the family of the object of his affection. The previous two sentences are actually the plot of “Death of the Family”. Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo play up the Joker’s romantic feelings for Batman in “Death of the Family” while also showing him carefully and methodically “kill off” the Batman Family starting with his infiltration of the Batcave where he nabs Alfred at the end of Batman #13. Throughout the arc, Snyder’s writing shows that the Batman’s friends and family counterbalance his dark obsession with stopping criminals, especially the Joker. He genuinely cares about them too, but struggles to let them in on his secrets and failings. This failing began when Bruce Wayne returned the Joker his calling card at Arkham Asylum a long time ago.

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