My Book Boyfriend – Week 10

Thanks to Inspector Librarian I am going to feature a comic book character today. Why I didn’t consider them “books” before, I have no idea.

SO, ::clap clap::. This is Nightwing:

AKA Dick Grayson, AKA second Batman, for the time being. He was just Batman’s sidekick – the very first Robin – then he became Nightwing, and then he had to step in when Bruce Wayne “died” and become Gotham’s hero.

I have always thought Grayson was sexy, for a fictional/cartoon character. He has style and grace and complimented Wayne really well. Bruce did the thinking and Grayson was the talker. They worked well together. He was also the ladies’ man. His relationship with Barbara Gordon was pretty sexy but also lent well to romance and heartbreak. Here’s a couple snazzy quotes:

Quote1.png Barbara, I have to leave in a few hours to try and save the Universe and I don’t even know if I’ll be alive tomorrow, but if I am — will you marry me? Quote2.png

Quote1.png Sometimes the lines get blurred. Sometimes the only thing between you and them is the mask and cape. Quote2.png

Quote1.png I’d do anything for Bruce. I thought he knew that. Quote2.png


I think he embodies a true hero and that makes him sexy. If I had to cast him, I’d pick Jack Mackenroth. A lot of people on the net want Ian Somerhalder but I think Jack is a lot more manly. He’s a designer and a swimmer and well, just hot.

6 thoughts on “My Book Boyfriend – Week 10

  1. Okay, now you got me kicking myself for not reading comics. Maybe I shouls start with Nightwing. Please tell me Barbara said YES! Because he is damn HOT and well, he seems to be a pretty loyal guy.

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