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Thank you @terrificon_theterrificcomiccon for showcasing this dream machine on the showroom floor. The @cosplay.and.comics gang and I will be there again this entire weekend for more glorious times. Now If only I can take this bad boy home. 🤔

"The loss of one's parents can be...disheartening." - Bruce Wayne Anyway here's a new pin by @rotn616 I have a morbid fascination with this image of Wayne's, so much so that I have a tattoo of it or maybe it's just emotional cutting, who knows...🤷🏽‍♂️ 🦇
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Last post from the 1985 DC Heroes roleplaying game for now - this was the game screen that came included with the first edition. This segmented beauty adorned with Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez's famous DC Style Guide art was what the Game Master (or Dungeon Master, if you're more used to D&D terms) would put in front of him/her in order to hide all those crucial dice rolls, critical info and spoilers from the players. What a beauty, especially with the shot of the Trinity in the moon in the center.

Variant Cover Art by Michael & Laura Allred from DKIII: The Master Race #1 🦇🦇🦇💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼

Batman: The Animated Series Ra’s Al Ghul Bust from Diamond Select Toys. Sculpted by Varner Studios. Swipe for more pics! 🗡🗡🗡🗡👹👹👹👹

Art by Ron Garney with Colors by David Baron from JLA #105 “The Pain of the Gods” Part 5: “Amazonian Warrior” Written by Chuck Austen. Swipe to see Wonder Woman in a fight to the death!! 🗡🗡🗡💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼👊🏻👊🏻👊🏻

Piggybacking off of my last post, here is the cover of the first edition of the DC Heroes RPG, which was released in 1985! The Teen Titans - led by Dick Grayson in his brand new disco Nightwing suit - were the rad hotness at the time rivaling Marvel's X-Men, hence their special billing here. This handbook includes tons of detailed info on Titans Tower, including a complete floor plan, and there's also a supplementary adventure called "Titan's Challenge" included in there to get newbies accustomed to the idea of roleplaying. It's actually a SOLO module that doesn't require other people to play, which is kind of awesome and reminiscent of those 1980s Choose Your Own Adventure Books. The plot revolves around the Titans trying to recover this thing called the "B.B.C"...which stands for "Billion-Byte Chip" here, lol. If you're into RPGs, you can find a copy of this classic either on eBay...or as a PDF if you poke around the internet a bit.

Cover Art by Ron Garney from JLA #105 “The Pain of the Gods” Part 5: “Amazonian Warrior” 💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼🗡🗡🗡🗡

Art by Ernie Chua with Inks by Tex Blaisdell from Batman #275 Vol. 1, “The Ferry Blows at Midnight!” Story by David V. Reed. Swipe to see Batman take down the Underworld Olympics! He even breaks out the Whirly-Bat! 🦇🦇🦇🦇🦇🦇🦇🦇🚢🚢🚢

Be like Kermit and sip the Bat Force tea 🦇☕️🐸 New Batman Who Laughs design up on our tee public page. https://www.teepublic.com/user/batforceradio 🎙 .
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Today, I thought it might be fun to look at not only a bit of repurposed Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez marketing art which was used for Mayfair Games' DC Heroes 1985 tabletop roleplaying game, but to also check out the actual character stats for Batman. I'm not hugely familiar with the system that DC Heroes used (though I did come across a copy of the game's rulebook and need to give it a read at some point) but from a cursory glance it seems that an average person has stats of 2 in everything. As you can see, Batman's stats are well above average, and his Strength and Body - meaning how many physical attacks he can take - are realistic considering that he's still a normal human being. As one might expect from the World's Greatest Detective, all of Batman's intelligence-related stats in the second row are quite high, but what's more intriguing is his bottom row of stats - Influence, Aura and Spirit. These were used in the game to show how knowledgable a hero was about magic or how much damage they could resist from mystic attacks, and Batman's surprisingly hardy, which is probably because he's one of the few "normal" superheroes out there who's bothered to learn tricks from characters like Swamp Thing or Zatanna. (For the sake of comparison, Superman absolutely dominates Batman - and most other characters in the game - with a whopping Strength score of 50, which only Wonder Woman comes close to at 45. But the Man of Steel has a pathetic Spirit score of 4, meaning that he's super vulnerable to magic. Interesting!) Other intriguing bits of Batman's character stat block include his limitation - a CATASTROPHIC IRRATIONAL ATTRACTION to SEEKING JUSTICE, which I kind of love. And he has a THIEF skill of 10! That must be why he's always secretly been attracted to Catwoman...

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