- Batman ‘66 meets the Green Hornet 02
Bruce going to ‘tell’ Batman that Robin has arrived is another classic part of the live-action Batman ‘66 series. It’s no less funny in a comic.
Dick, of course, just has to hang upside down from the ladder like that. He’d do that in any comic or live-action version, really.
Alfred: ”Now, eat your suppers. I didn’t prepare them to be moped over.”
"My family is my strength and my weakness."
Batman Day is technically over (but really is it ever?), and if it’s not obvious the theme of my posts is that Bruce is great, but let’s remember everyone else who has helped make him great for 75 years now.
I could write you an essay on how each and every one of these relationships, every aspect of the Bat Family, is important to the evolution of Batman. How nothing can truly be removed without changing everything about Batman. But, really, the Bat Family fandom probably has a million better crafted essays on that already.
Bruce is a reactionary character. He evolves with the people around him because so much of who he is remains rather stagnant over the past 75 years. He needs these relationships, and as everyone celebrates Bruce, let’s not forget everyone else, too.
((Yes there are two Bat Dogs. There was almost three. Come at me, bro.))
Ace | Alfred Pennyworth | Barbara Gordon | Jason Todd | Gavin King | Helena Bertinelli | Cassandra Cain | Carrie Kelley | Damian Wayne | Dick Grayson | Helena Wayne | David Zavimbe | Selina Kyle | Stephanie Brown | Terry McGinnis | Tim Drake | Talia al Ghul | Titus | Jim Gordon | Harper Row | Leslie Thompkins
*quote by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
Age is just a number Bruce, you’ll be okay. Couldn’t help myself, happy Batman day everybody!
"It’s an anniversary, Master Bruce."
Seventy-five years since you first donned the cape and cowl. :)