Re: The Return of the Sidekick
Buck Rogers wrote:
This is what I wrote
I agree with Vic from Screenrant, on the return of the sidekick.But like I've said in previous posts if there is a post-Nolan-verse Batman,and is introducing Dick Grayson toward the end of The Dark Knight Rises. In succeeding films begins his evolution from sidekick to hero.Instead of within two films he goes from just becoming the ward,and then by the next film he's Nightwing.
Unless certain traits of Robins of the past are included like Jason Todd's fighting skills Dick's deductive reasoning,Tim Drake's computer savvy into one character,but name him Dick Grayson that could work in the dark real world of the Batman.
Well that's my take on this.
, I feel like I'm only getting part of a conversation.
Twilight Sparkle: It sounds like somepony is jealous.
Spike: [writing] Rainbow Dash is jealous.
Rainbow Dash: Don't write that, Spike! [all the other ponies laugh]
Spike: [writing] Correction; Rainbow Dash is very jealous.