dontvotemeout: (comic: dark profile)
For weeks now, the plan had been for Jason to go home to Gotham this weekend, while everyone else was dealing with their parents and friends on the island. So, when Bruce e-mailed Jason to tell him not to come home after all, and that he'd let him know when a better time for his visit would be, Jason knew that something serious was going on, and worse, he was being left out. There was no way he was going to let that happen, orders from Bruce or not, so he'd booked the first portal out of Fandom, hoping to arrive in Gotham in time to not miss anything good. Besides, Bruce had said not to come home over the weekend, so he was still following orders. Technically.

In which Jason gets in over his head. Oops. )

[Dialogue and story adapted from Legends #1 and #2. Warning: This post contains graphic violence. NFI, NFB, OOC okay!]
dontvotemeout: (angry: arguing)
The day after Jason's first encounter with Two-Face, two major events happened: Bruce gave a crapload of money to Gotham Memorial Hospital, and Two-Face robbed the Second Bank of Gotham.

Jason was aware of neither of these things, because he'd never made it out of bed.

In which there is brooding, introspection, and attempted murder. You know, like the average day in Gotham. )

[NFB, NFI, OOC okay! Dialogue and action adapted from Batman #411. Warnings: more comic violence and discussion of character death. But no shortpants this time.]
dontvotemeout: (comic: dark profile)
When Bruce had told Jason to come home this weekend, Jason hadn't been able to find out what was going on. Bruce insisted he'd fill Jason in on everything once he got back to Gotham, which Jason pointed out made it sound like Bruce didn't actually know what was going on yet, at which point Jason was told to just get home as quickly as he could, which meant Jason was probably right. He really liked when that happened.

In which Jason is reckless, and then gets some unsuspected news. )

[NFB, NFI, OOC okay! Dialogue and action adapted from Batman #410. Warnings: comic violence and character death, sort of.]


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