Enigma of Bromance

evinist:

Something never change.

I really like Dick Grayson. Any recommendations?

why-i-love-comics:

well I already did one for him as Nightwing so I’ll treat this as a Dick Grayson as Robin one if that’s alright!

  • Batman: Year 3 (this is a great retelling of Robin’s origins)
  • The Gauntlet (this is a good thing to read after Year 3 because it has Batman training him to be his side-kick as well “final test”)
  • Robin: Year One (this is his first year as Robin and what they like to call his “trial by fire”)
  • New Teen Titans v1 (he’s important through out but my favorites of the series being #4, 8, 26 37, and 39)
  • Robin: Teen Wonder (this is a really cool collection in that it collects a different stories from every Robin, dick of course, included)
  • Worlds Finest Comics Archives #1 (this collects a ton of early worlds finest comics featuring Batman & Robin)
  • Dynamic Duo Archives #1 (this collects a lot of early Batman and Robin comics)
  • Batman Archives #1 (this collects a lot of Batman comics, the later half also featuring Robin)
  • Robin Archives #1 (this is a big one for Robin fans as it collects his early solo comics from Star Spangled Comics)

Hope his helps!

l3gendarypheonix:

Richard Grayson At His Finest

wellerstein:

mike warren + jail (king’s castle)

imgladtobeonyourteam:

Lost in your eyes

imgladtobeonyourteam:

Lost in your eyes

imgladtobeonyourteam:

This could come in useful

imgladtobeonyourteam:

This could come in useful

I freaked out,” Mr. Tveit said. “I went into the bathroom, looked in the mirror and then it happened: I just started laughing, about how ridiculous my whole journey on Broadway had been up to then. I thought, ‘I can go in and do my best, and they’ll still pick one of those other guys.’ And the nerves disappeared. I sang my heart out.
On his audition for CMIYC x (via silverspring92)

He didn’t develop a passion for theater until early in high school, when he saw his first Broadway show, the musical “Jekyll & Hyde,” and won the role of Seymour in the drama club’s production of “Little Shop of Horrors.

“Some of the older kids were annoyed that I got the lead role, but it was just because I was shorter, younger and chubbier,” Mr. Tveit said with a light laugh.

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As much as he exudes all-American boyishness Mr. Tveit is no innocent. He said he felt envy or irritation at times over the theater hierarchy at Ithaca. While not really a brooder, he says, he can obsess about goals and fall into a competitive mind-set — an athlete at his core. And like anyone, he can doubt himself. He nearly didn’t continue with “Next to Normal” after its 2008 Off Broadway run at Second Stage Theater, for instance, once he had been cast in Mr. Stone’s “Wicked” as a Link-like love interest, Fiyero. Mr. Stone and others persuaded him to leave that blockbuster for a planned “Next to Normal” overhaul at Arena Stage in Washington. It ended up being a hit and moving to Broadway in 2009. (A pillow embroidered “You Were RIGHT!” now sits on the sofa in Mr. Stone’s office, a gift from Mr. Tveit.)
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