Do you think batfam roasts each other for getting shot now? I feel like at this point it’s like, “oh you got shot? Have you tried simply being faster than the bullets? Lame.”
“Being shot is so first edition batman and robin”
“You got shot? Sad for you but I’m built different”
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Every single day I think about the batkids being on social media, and every single day I laugh thinking about Jason accidentally login into his old account and posting in his story or something
Tim and Babs are probably the first to notice and try to delete it but #isjasontoddalive?? Is already trending
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Okay okay okay so — Cass was on her own, on the run from David Cain, since she was eight, right? And ended up in Gotham sometime between then and when she was sixteen or so, we don’t get to know when.
You know who was about the same age as Cass, and was ALSO homeless in Gotham between the ages of eight and maybe twelve or thirteen?
So yeah anyway now I just want to see two sadly undersized street babies doing their best to take care of each other and sharing oversized parkas and stolen burgers
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Do the comics actually count Duke as one of the Wayne brothers or is that just in my head? Or inconsistent?
Duke is definitely considered one of the siblings! He hasn't been officially adopted by Bruce (yet), but the batkids (and Bruce) have acknowledged Duke as their brother plenty of times, and vice versa.
Here is Jason casually referring to Dick, Tim, Damian, and Duke as his brothers, which makes my heart explode every time I see it.
RHATO (2016) #42
And here we've got a portrait of all of Bruce's sons, Duke included, which not-so-subtly implies that he's become part of the family regardless of blood or adoption. (Which is weird, because Cass has been around longer and yet it's still not confirmed whether she's gone back to being considered Bruce's daughter and the batboys' sister yet. My perfect world would have Duke and Cass both explicitly acknowledged as being Bruce's children and the batkids' siblings, it would make me so happy.)
Deathstroke (2016) #34
There's also an instance of Duke calling Cass "sis" in the Outsiders series, which—sure, it could just be a nickname like how guys call each other "bro," but I don't care. I make the rules, and I decide that this is him calling Cass his sister because we need this sibling content. (Honestly their relationship in this series is so cute overall, they're such an amazing duo.)
Batman and the Outsiders (2019) #11
And then we have this part in Batman #81 when Bruce is talking about Damian's brothers and sisters while explaining this whole plan thing. In this particular scene, the group with Damian consists of Duke, Cass, Tim, Barbara, Helena, and Kate. Duke and Tim are the only boys there aside from Damian, so the "brothers" part is clearly referring to them, which means that Bruce considers Duke and Tim Damian's brothers and his sons. :)
Batman (2016) #81
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