Push off a cliff: dante
Set on fire: dante
Wrap a blanket around: dante
Be roommates with: dante
yeah deadpool, you murder that fourth wall
literally my favorite thing about the ENTIRE MOVIE is thinking about this. bc. okay. there are three avengers who could easily ascend stark tower and reach tony’s apartment and three who’d have to ride along. so did hulk grab steve and tony grab clint and thor grab natasha and all just fly up there with varying degrees of grace? or did they, as a group, walk into the lobby of stark tower and push the elevator button and wait for it to open? did hulk fit? did they shuffle around because they set off the weight alarm? and like, tony and steve go up? and clint and thor? and natasha waits with hulk last because she’s starting to feel real warm toward him? or did they all go up together? silent and exhausted? hulk nodding his head to the muzak?
EVERY POSSIBILITY IS A DELIGHT.
People are fragile things
you should know by now
be careful what you put them through
Editors - Munich
studies show its always my fault
This is the continuation from Robin 24 where Tim’s classmate, Karl Ranck, showed him that he’d brought a gun to school. Tim’s first response is to talk to his dad about it. It’s a very interesting conversation, because Tim basically manipulates Jack into doing what Tim wants. Jack is very wishy-washy about the whole thing; Tim has to tell him to go talk to Karl’s dad about the issue. “I knew you’d do the right thing” takes on a different meaning when you look at how Tim manipulated the situation.
(Dana is also present for this conversation, and then she and Tim talk—more on that next post.)
Jack talks to Karl’s dad, who takes the gun away. Unfortunately Karl then steals his dad’s gun and brings it to school. Tim finally decides to talk to the principal about the issue, but it’s too late; Karl has already gotten involved in an interaction that got him killed.
Tim goes out to fight off his anger with Spoiler and Green Arrow (Connor Hawke). This is the first time he understands what Batman means when he says “never fight angry.” It’s further proof that Tim really does have a temper—he lets his anger get the better of him sometimes. We’ve seen this before when he thought Ariana was dead and Huntress had to hold him back. We’ll certainly see it again.
It’s really interesting to see how this situation is handled in a comic book in 1996. This was a few years before the major school shootings started happening in America (Columbine was in 1999, for reference), which changed a lot of policies in public high schools about gun tolerance. It would be really interesting to see how a similar theme would be handled in a comic book now.
I honestly think this is why it’s important to have a Robin book. Or a book that has a hero who’s in high school, in that age range.
DC is missing it.
Damian was a little young for it, but maybe if they ever bring him back, he can get aged up and placed in a role like Tim was in Robin.
Still my favorite scene. Ever. Of all time.
give em the ol razzle dazzle
Adachi Lets It Go
ladies and gentlemen i give you
the most perfect person
no wait thats not the right picture
…i guess it works anyways
Ishimaru, as much as Togami appreciates your praise (no, really) for his “UNERRING DEDICATION TO THE ARTS, LITERATURE, AND ALL THINGS ACADEMICALLY SPIRITED," now is not the time.
(and what happened to whispers in the library you rule breaker.)————————————————————————
For mlchaeldesanta, who was the first person who exposed me to the greatness that is Dangan Ronpa! May glory rain down upon your soul, do feel better! :)