The Musings of An Aspiring Writer

Comics, Politics, and a Dash of various fandoms and insanity

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iconuk01:

thoughtsaboutdickgrayson:

From Batman #2 (Summer 1940)
Now we know why Dick grew that awful mullet: it was strategic hair growth to ward off severe head trauma!
Here’s hoping no one in the Bat-family ever goes bald.

I’ve always worked on the principle that Dick always has such thick, lustrous black hair because Bruce spent 25 million dollars on Waynetech R&D to have them develop a shampoo and conditioner that would make Dick’s hair soft, silky, and be a better shock absorber than a crash helmet. Constant use means that, as a grown-up, Dick’s hair is able to deflect small arms fire.

When he had a mullet, it could take a rocket and not be singed

iconuk01:

thoughtsaboutdickgrayson:

From Batman #2 (Summer 1940)

Now we know why Dick grew that awful mullet: it was strategic hair growth to ward off severe head trauma!

Here’s hoping no one in the Bat-family ever goes bald.

I’ve always worked on the principle that Dick always has such thick, lustrous black hair because Bruce spent 25 million dollars on Waynetech R&D to have them develop a shampoo and conditioner that would make Dick’s hair soft, silky, and be a better shock absorber than a crash helmet. Constant use means that, as a grown-up, Dick’s hair is able to deflect small arms fire.

When he had a mullet, it could take a rocket and not be singed