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image id : a screenshot from twitter from two days ago starting with user "Dani de yamenja" : "You say Dami and Jon are like brothers, but I'm sure that JonDami has more chemistry than that couple you wrote about in "Son of Kal-el", didn't even have development, is this really serious? bring JonDami!!! That's what most people want MR"
Tom Taylor replied : "Damian is 14. Please stop."
followed by "BadWriterrr" saying : "Why not just de-age Jon, put him with Damian, then boom everyone is happy. We get Bi Jon & young Jon without the age gap making it weird. Please. pleading emoji."
the next screenshot continues the conversation with Tom Taylor replying : "They always had a 2-3 year age gap. De-Aged Jon would be 10-11. What you're requesting would still definitely be weird."
the last image is the "heartbreaking worst person you know makes a good point meme"
so apparently these closet breakouts are a result of writers exploiting office chaos to their own advantage
it was literally “mods are asleep post bi superheroes” lmfao
But in the case of both Tim Drake and Jonathan Kent, Robin and Superman, the storylines were solely, for want of a better phrase, "bottom-up". The creators involved Meghan Fitzmartin writing Tim Drake stories in the anthology Batman: Urban Legends and Tom Taylor on Superman: Son Of Kal-El. They independently thought it would be an interesting take on the characters, might make a twist that could inform new stories, and might reflect the desires and wishes of new audiences without turning off the old. They each had their stories approved by their direct editors at DC Comics, but higher-up editorial only found out about what was going on when the comics were well underway. And in Batman: Urban Legends #6's case, already sent out from the printers. In both cases, this necessitated some urgent editorial meetings to a) check what was going on and b) suggest that maybe people might mention it a little further advance next time.
If it had all been planned, as part of some conspiracy, there would not have been a four-month gap between Batman Urban Legends #6 and #10, for the next part of Tim Drake's story. And there wouldn't have been such frantic Zoom meetings arranged at the Batman and Superman DC Comics editorial offices after the fact, with everybody kicking off. DC Comics has become a lot warier of scaring the horses after the Batman Damned Batpenis event of three years ago, and the not-entirely-pandemic-related redundancies last year… there's far too many spinning of plates, firefighting, dealing with not enough paper, printers, or trucks, with delays stacking up, to ever consider some pushing some kind of woke liberal social agenda as a corporate policy. If only. There just isn't the time.
Tom Taylor is not just an ableist, he’s also a Zionist White-liberal trash.
So it’s all started when the Injustice movie dropped and people where shocked about a scene where an evil Superman forces Israel and Palestine to sign a peace treaty, that scene was adopted from a comic that Tom Taylor wrote in 2014 and naturally people were rightfully upset about this scene because what was framed as evil in this scene wasn't Superman forcing an aggressor colonizer and their unarmed victims to sign a peace treaty, but him threatening to kill them if they don't do it.
Many people have made valid criticism about this tone-deaf scene, for me personally I haven’t said anything directly, but I did like and retweet some tweets that pointed it out, however none of the tweets I liked/retweeted were violent or aggressive or rude, so I was shocked to find that he blocked me as well as every other Arab who said anything remotely against this scene/him (it gave me deja vu to how he blocked every disabled person for criticizing how he writes Barbara).
So out of pettiness I made this tweet, again without mentioning him by name or username, because I thought he wouldn’t see it since he blocked me and low and behold I find out that he retweeted me to his 80K followers to be attacked by them (ignoring valid criticism while only highlighting ambiguous negative tweets, without mentioning WHY he’s getting those tweets in the first place is something this manbaby does a lot)
I was shocked, because on his account, he has been going on a long-ass sob story about how crazy people are sending him death threats and telling him to kill himself, so I didn’t understand why he chose to retweet little old me instead of any of them? Hell, he literally decided to censor one of those people, but not me.
and this is the tweet where he refused to answer if he’s a Zionist or not, which tell me that he IS a Zionist, because anyone against Zionism would have easily just said so (also he’s literally friends with an ex-CIA agent, is it that hard to believe he is one?):
Anyways, I already said what I wanted to say in this response below, but I highly encourage others to not buy comics written by this manbaby or hype him up on social media. Because he’s just an entitled insecure white liberal bitch, who wants all the praise in the world while doing nothing but write mediocre stories and ignoring/blocking every single group of people that are affected by his shitty stories and crying white tears about how much “hate” he receive by crazies to get sympathy from his ass-kissing followers who are predominantly not from the said groups affected, while not directly mentioning WHY he’s getting hate in the first place or even working to improve himself.
And here’s my response:
Also the fact that Jon Kent was announced to be canonly queer, just one day after he got himself into this situation, when the comic that’s going to reveal that is scheduled to be released months from now is very suspicious and makes me think that it was done to take the attention away from his behavior.
Here are my some of my favourite panels from Nightwing #83!!
that no one asked for, but i'm gonna do them anyway.
SPOILER ALERT FOR NIGHTWING #83!
11. Clark asks Dick for a favor.
This really shows how much Clark trusts Dick, he knows he isn't the kid he was when they first met. Clark truly sees him as a friend, and not just a "he's my friend's kid" figure.
With that note, asking Dick to help out with Jon is a big deal. Jon Kent is now supposedly the main Superman on Earth.
Seeing as Tom Taylor is also the current writer for Superman: Son of Kal-el (check it out, definitely worth reading), I'm willing to bet that Nightwing will also be making an appearance in that series. And I absolutely can't wait for it!
Especially since Damian (Dick's youngest brother, the current(?) Robin) is Jon's bestfriend, I would love to see how Jon will interact with another one of the Batbros. The oldest brother vs. youngest brother parallels is definitely something I'm interested in seeing.
12. DickBabs kiss.
Oh, yeah. It's all coming together now.
I'm a sucker for kisses where one of them starts rambling and the other just shuts them up by kissing them (which is exactly what happened here).
Look at him smiling after the kiss. He's so happy.
I also love that Babs' is bringing back the nicknames LMAO.
Both Dick and Babs are drawn and coloured really well in this Nightwing run with Bruno Redondo on the art and Adriano Lucas on the colours.
This artstyle + them kissing + this angle? Perfect.
13. The Alfred Pennyworth Foundation.
I love how it panned out to all the different people involved in this story as Dick made his big speech.
Barbara listening intently to what he's saying on the screen.
Little Haley probably has no idea what's going on, but she's getting pets while watching her dad on TV, so she doesn't mind.
Meili Lin and Melinda Zucco watching him together. Meili solidifies her liking towards Dick and Melinda slightly smiling as she realises what her mother said.
Dick proudly announcing the name of his foundation. The foundation that was made possible by the man who left him all that money in the first place. The Alfred Pennyworth Foundation.
14. Batfamily showing their support for their eldest brother.
I love that we finally got canon confirmation that the Batfamily does in fact, have a group chat.
Steph keeping it short and simple.
Tim being the genuine, proud younger brother he is.
Jason trying to be subtle about his pride, trying to add a snarky, humorous comment to mask the true intentions behind his text.
i'm convinced he's damn proud of dick, he just won't say it to his face to maintain his front.
Damian being slightly awkward in showing his pride (he and Jason have that in common). He was probably on the verge of tears when Dick announced the foundation.
i can totally imagine him typing something and deleting it over and over again because he's unsure what to say before finally settling on "Not that it's a competition, but you win."
Neither Jason or Damian are the type to ever say "I'm proud of you, Dick" to his face so they settle for dry humor and sarcasm.
Cass going all out with the emojis. It makes sense for her, being who she is. Her main means of communication was literally everything else besides language so her spamming emojis is totally in character.
But where's Bruce's respond, you ask?
15. Bruce thanks Dick.
Bruce said less than 15 words, but somehow, that's enough for Batman to show how much something means to him.
Such a sweet moment, realising his eldest son had his father figure in mind when he arranged all this. It must've bloomed Bruce's heart.
i 100% believe Bruce is crying behind his cowl.
Close up of the Alfred and Bruce panel.
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