missmithen:

King, Seeley, and Janin are creating a gripping read in the Grayson series. The writers don’t dismiss or undermine Dick’s more superhero morality, as I had feared they would, and the result is both “fun” and complex.

missmithen:

King, Seeley, and Janin are creating a gripping read in the Grayson series. The writers don’t dismiss or undermine Dick’s more superhero morality, as I had feared they would, and the result is both “fun” and complex.

missmithen:

"Their love was a secret…but so was their house!"
In the background on the wall of Olive’s dorm room: “House of Secrets” starring Simon Trent (the actor who played the Gray Ghost) and a woman with the last name of Karlo (Boris Karlo was the original Clayface). I am in Easter Egg heaven.

missmithen:

"Their love was a secret…but so was their house!"

In the background on the wall of Olive’s dorm room: “House of Secrets” starring Simon Trent (the actor who played the Gray Ghost) and a woman with the last name of Karlo (Boris Karlo was the original Clayface). I am in Easter Egg heaven.

The second one (The Dark Knight Strikes Again), the whole purpose is to prove that ‘BATMAN AIN’T NO GAY!’ It’s just all about, like, Robin comes back, and he’s a little effete, and he (Batman) is all ‘Ah, I never loved you anyway, queermo!’, and he kills him.

Stephen Sajdak on Frank Miller, We Hate Movies Podcast

(Note: This is not a homophobic statement, it’s a critique. The guys of WHM are bad movie bashers, not gay bashers. I’m just making sure, since tone can get lost on the internet.)

(Source: kleine-asbar)

You know, for all the vitriol that Frank Miller has spewed at Dick in his work, I could never find any reference to him disliking child sidekicks in general. I wish I’d find one, it’d make this way more understandable.