Oh, very cool! Thank you very much. We will be going to Heroes Con exactly ONE YEAR from now. xD We were gonna go this year, but family problems and stuff kept us from going. Next year though, when I'm going, I'm going all-out. xD
Otherwise, me and a group of friends are having a costume party because a majority of us were born around the same time and we all like comics/cosplaying. I am eager to see the costumes they are working on when they are finished as well! Thank you again for all your help.
Is this suit water proof at all? It looks like it doesn't breath very well.
A few years ago I used to wear a robin (drake) costume while I did my parkour on the buildings here in Dallas. Even with the underarmor sports wear I was over heating in less than an hour. I don't see how it would be practical in real life to wear this stuff. (sorry I just like to work out all the details)
Aaha, no kidding. Though in Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul, Bruce DOES comment that he's got fans inside his costume, though, explaining how he could stand to wear it in the Australian outback, or just everywhere else.
Well, she's being handled by the current writer of Red Robin, Fabian Nicieza. I think he'll do fine, and Marcus To seems to be happy about it. After that, she's likely going to be shuttled into Morrison's Batman Inc., and who knows where he'll go with her, though I'm sure it'll be fantastic, seeing as Morrison rocks at bringing out interesting, exciting stories.
i have yet to read a good story from dc >< I did not like how she gave up her outfit like that I do not like the new birds of prey and i do not like Red Robin or Batgirl series so far, and i am not even getting into the whole Rainbow lantern stuff ><
I may give it a DL try but it will have to be really good to want me to buy it, i mean really really good. And I do not think DC has it in them to do that.
So for now and maybe forever DC lost me as a customer
Screw the rainbow lanterns, and Batgirl is annoying but tolerable, but honestly, I have to wonder why you don't like Red Robin. It's the absolute best Tim stories we've had in yeaaaaars and it's incredibly well-written.