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Bane, Batman, and Best Friend: GHISTORMSETHEBATMAN Evening Gothamites! For Father's Day, Thomas Wayne is celebrated but we cannot forget Bruce Wayne's father figure that aided him into becoming the man and hero he is today. Created by Bill Finger, Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson, Alfred Pennyworth is Bruce Wayne's dedicated butler, assistant, best friend and father figure (left panel: Lee Weeks art from Batman Secret Files and Origins 1 (October, 1997) presented). In Pre-Crisis continuity, instead of Pennyworth he was Alfred Beagle, an over-weight clean shaven World War I field medic who by his father's last request wanted to be Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson's butler. Eventually Beagle discovered the Batcave housing a wounded Batman. Beagles medic and intelligence skills were an asset, making him an automatic family member. After William Austin's role in the Batman Black and White Serial, Beagle was changed to Alfred Pennyworth in Detective Comics (Vol 1) 83 (January 1944), returning from a health resort slimmed down with a thin mustache. Alfred was killed in Detective 328 (June 1964) and years later was revived in Detective 356 (October 1966) by scientist Brandon Crawford. In Post-Crisis continuity, Alfred was part of the Wayne family since Bruce was young, being his legal guardian after Thomas and Martha Wayne's death. After this event, he has a large part of being there when Bruce makes a vow to avenge his parent's death. Alfred is there even through the hardest times of Bruce's life, such as his back-breaking experience with the villain Bane and his apparent death against Darkseid. This particular loss of his "son" can be seen in Judd Winick's Batman (Vol 1) 687 from August 2009 (right panel: Alex Ross cover to issue 686 presented), part of the Batman R.I.P series after the death of Bruce Wayne. Continuing to be at his side in The New 52 and comics - media today, we commemorate both Thomas Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth for Father's Day, raising Bruce Wayne the man and Batman the hero. Thanks for following and stay tuned for more History of the Batman soon! [Sources: bit.ly-1tkZxoc, bit.ly-15BBsEC ; HOTB is releasing this content under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0.] βœŒπŸΌπŸ’™πŸ¦‡
Bane, Batman, and Best Friend: GHISTORMSETHEBATMAN
Evening Gothamites! For Father's Day, Thomas Wayne is celebrated but we cannot forget Bruce Wayne's father figure that aided him into becoming the man and hero he is today. Created by Bill Finger, Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson, Alfred Pennyworth is Bruce Wayne's dedicated butler, assistant, best friend and father figure (left panel: Lee Weeks art from Batman Secret Files and Origins 1 (October, 1997) presented). In Pre-Crisis continuity, instead of Pennyworth he was Alfred Beagle, an over-weight clean shaven World War I field medic who by his father's last request wanted to be Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson's butler. Eventually Beagle discovered the Batcave housing a wounded Batman. Beagles medic and intelligence skills were an asset, making him an automatic family member. After William Austin's role in the Batman Black and White Serial, Beagle was changed to Alfred Pennyworth in Detective Comics (Vol 1) 83 (January 1944), returning from a health resort slimmed down with a thin mustache. Alfred was killed in Detective 328 (June 1964) and years later was revived in Detective 356 (October 1966) by scientist Brandon Crawford. In Post-Crisis continuity, Alfred was part of the Wayne family since Bruce was young, being his legal guardian after Thomas and Martha Wayne's death. After this event, he has a large part of being there when Bruce makes a vow to avenge his parent's death. Alfred is there even through the hardest times of Bruce's life, such as his back-breaking experience with the villain Bane and his apparent death against Darkseid. This particular loss of his "son" can be seen in Judd Winick's Batman (Vol 1) 687 from August 2009 (right panel: Alex Ross cover to issue 686 presented), part of the Batman R.I.P series after the death of Bruce Wayne. Continuing to be at his side in The New 52 and comics - media today, we commemorate both Thomas Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth for Father's Day, raising Bruce Wayne the man and Batman the hero. Thanks for following and stay tuned for more History of the Batman soon! [Sources: bit.ly-1tkZxoc, bit.ly-15BBsEC ; HOTB is releasing this content under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0.] βœŒπŸΌπŸ’™πŸ¦‡

Evening Gothamites! For Father's Day, Thomas Wayne is celebrated but we cannot forget Bruce Wayne's father figure that aided him into becomi...

Africa, Family, and Friends: LGBT UNITED Tin -you don't "need" to come out unless it is what you really, truly, dearly, want. It's your sexuality/gender, and it is your life. -but coming out can also be very rewarding, you can meet more queer people sometimes -If you live in certain parts ofthe world, or your family is of a religion that doesn't except those who are lgbt+, stay in the closet if that is the safest place for you With all this hatred and violence against LGBT people in certain parts of the world, I would like to send my regards and great respect to all brave souls whose well being and even their very lives are at risk because they refused to live in the closet and decided to be true to themselves. That's one of the bravest things I can think of, because I read constantly about atrocities committed against queer people just because they are LGBT. But remember, even though coming out is very rewarding experience, you don't have to do this if you know that it'll cost you your work, relationships, friends, or even your own safety. Even here in the U.S. things are not as well as they might look from the distance. But still it's infinitely better than living as queer in Africa, South Asia or Middle East. I believe it will get better. Find allies and like-minded people and never lose hope. Stay strong, stay proud, stay united! LGBT LGBTUN rainbownation rainbow_nation_us comingout LGBTallies homophobia LGBTPride LoveIsLove Homosexual Queer Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pansexual Polysexual GenderEquality Questioning Agender GenderQueer Intersex Asexual Androgyne GenderFluid LGBTQ
Africa, Family, and Friends: LGBT
 UNITED
 Tin
 -you don't "need" to come out unless it is
 what you really, truly, dearly, want. It's your
 sexuality/gender, and it is your life.
 -but coming out can also be very rewarding,
 you can meet more queer people sometimes
 -If you live in certain parts ofthe world,
 or your family is of a religion that doesn't except
 those who are lgbt+, stay in the closet if that is
 the safest place for you
With all this hatred and violence against LGBT people in certain parts of the world, I would like to send my regards and great respect to all brave souls whose well being and even their very lives are at risk because they refused to live in the closet and decided to be true to themselves. That's one of the bravest things I can think of, because I read constantly about atrocities committed against queer people just because they are LGBT. But remember, even though coming out is very rewarding experience, you don't have to do this if you know that it'll cost you your work, relationships, friends, or even your own safety. Even here in the U.S. things are not as well as they might look from the distance. But still it's infinitely better than living as queer in Africa, South Asia or Middle East. I believe it will get better. Find allies and like-minded people and never lose hope. Stay strong, stay proud, stay united! LGBT LGBTUN rainbownation rainbow_nation_us comingout LGBTallies homophobia LGBTPride LoveIsLove Homosexual Queer Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pansexual Polysexual GenderEquality Questioning Agender GenderQueer Intersex Asexual Androgyne GenderFluid LGBTQ

With all this hatred and violence against LGBT people in certain parts of the world, I would like to send my regards and great respect to al...