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    Quote Originally Posted by Godlike13 View Post
    I get what Seeley is saying, but at the same time I’m not sure Dick and Babs was initially intended to be a will they won’t they. It now devolved into that, which imo seems more due to scheduling and publishing obstacles. But I mean Dick and Babs did have pretty good relationship when they were dating, at least imo, and I think it’s actually when it devolved into this will they won’t they that it started to disappoint and unsatisfy.
    She was Oracle He was Batman they probably could have gotten married and had children if not for the New52 reset

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascended View Post
    I assume the relationship just gets in the way of each writer developing the story they want to tell.
    How does that work, do they ever have to come together and let the other writer know wha they intend to do, we have 3-5 books set in the same city somtimes

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    Quote Originally Posted by yohyoi View Post
    It's better not to date Batgirl. Dick needs less Bat family, not more. I'm tired of Dick's life revolving around Gotham, Batman's territory. He needs to stay away and only visit from time to time. I'll rather read boring Nightwing Bludhaven stories than the typical Nightwing Gotham stories. At least in those stories Dick is the boss and the Man. The story should revolve around Nightwing. Not Batman. Not Batgirl. Not any other in the Bat family. Not every Nightwing fan is intrested in his Bat history. Dick Grayson is more than that.
    you sir gets a cookie. I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rac7d* View Post
    How does that work, do they ever have to come together and let the other writer know wha they intend to do, we have 3-5 books set in the same city somtimes
    What Ascended means is that it gets in the way should the Nightwing or Batgirl writer wish to write a story where either of them get into a relationship with some other character.

    While I agree that a relationship might put limitations on writers wishing to explore romances with different characters I don't think dating Babs ties Dick to Gotham/Batverse anymore than his history already does.

    They don't have to heavily feature in each others books. He doesn't have to physically always be in Gotham for the relationship to work. Not all writers introduce a love interest anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dietrich View Post
    What Ascended means is that it gets in the way should the Nightwing or Batgirl writer wish to write a story where either of them get into a relationship with some other character.
    Well I mean in general how do writers come into agreement of what their characters can or cannot do, what allowed to permanently happen to them. One writer cant just cut off Jason''s leg because then the writer of his solo book has to deal with it right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rac7d* View Post
    Well I mean in general how do writers come into agreement of what their characters can or cannot do, what allowed to permanently happen to them. One writer cant just cut off Jason''s leg because then the writer of his solo book has to deal with it right?
    Batman #55 and Nightwing #50 would like to have a word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rac7d* View Post
    Well I mean in general how do writers come into agreement of what their characters can or cannot do, what allowed to permanently happen to them. One writer cant just cut off Jason''s leg because then the writer of his solo book has to deal with it right?
    I don't think they are required to unless mandated by editorial. Writers often ignore other writers are doing. Some pay attention to continuity. I think they have creative license except where otherwise agreed.

    Tec has ignored/avoided most of King's Batman but I doubt Tomasi would be able to write bruce romancing Talia while king is writing him courting Selina.

    He [Tomasi] might but it reflects badly on him, on the character, not to mention fucks up King's work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsenal View Post
    Batman #55 and Nightwing #50 would like to have a word.
    Since the original solicitation implied that Percy wanted to give him vertigo, I think he agreed with the shooting, but DC override it and say he has to have amnesia. That's when he quits.

    I only just recently remember this, btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsenal View Post
    Batman #55 and Nightwing #50 would like to have a word.
    Thats what I means how does that come into agreement, obviously Nightwing can be a sacrificial lamb he has been before but the reverse could not happen in nightwing book?

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    Lobdell gonna write Wally. Kill me now. Dick lost Roy as his best friend to Jason. Now, Wally is next. Please... just stop... I ain't reading any DC comics for sure but this. This just makes me angry. It has been an endless pit of shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yohyoi View Post
    Lobdell gonna write Wally. Kill me now. Dick lost Roy as his best friend to Jason. Now, Wally is next. Please... just stop... I ain't reading any DC comics for sure but this. This just makes me angry. It has been an endless pit of shit.
    Dick needs to get his memories back before worrying about his friends potentially hanging out with Jason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yohyoi View Post
    Lobdell gonna write Wally. Kill me now. Dick lost Roy as his best friend to Jason. Now, Wally is next. Please... just stop... I ain't reading any DC comics for sure but this. This just makes me angry. It has been an endless pit of shit.
    Its really is just sad that DC keeps going to Lobdell after these kind of shifts. First Ric, now Wally. I don't get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godlike13 View Post
    Its really is just sad that DC keeps going to Lobdell after these kind of shifts. First Ric, now Wally. I don't get it.
    If I had to guess, it could be them giving him a book he wants to write (Wally) in return for doing them a solid by accepting a last minute assignment nobody wanted (Ric). The whole “redemption” thing is one of the things that drew him toward Jason in the first place so I can see Wally’s current situation peaking his interest.

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    Actually i think this is just Ric all over again. They want to get something with Wally out quick to follow up on him being a hot topic, and to bridge the gap between HiC and whatever. Lobdell and Booth are old school Marvel guys versed in that style. Plus Booth is a Wally fan. So Booth can knock out the art, and then Lobdell can come in and fill in words to it. Giving DC a quick mini to fill the gap.
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    Orca's back in the new Frankenstein Gotham's Monsters series. And I'm will to bet there will be not a mention of Nightwing or Blüdhaven. This is why we can't settle for Dick poaching Batman's old rogues.
    It's the Dynamic Duo! Batman and Robin!... and Red Robin and Red Hood and Nightwing and Batwoman and Batgirl and Orphan and Spoiler and Bluebird and Lark and Gotham Girl and Talon and Batwing and Huntress and Azreal and Flamebird and Batcow?

    Since when could just anybody do what we trained to do? It makes it all dumb instead of special. Like it doesn't matter anymore.
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