The Titans were faced with a new threat, the dichromatic ninja Saico-Tek, who revealed the identity of the one who sent him: Brushogun. The enemy vanished&the teens’ only choice was to head to Tokyo. Trouble showed up in the form of a reptilian monster&the Titans’ couldn’t stop it; thankfully, the Tokyo Troopers, led by Uehara Daizo, arrived to stop it in its tracks. Daizo showed the Titans around his HQ, but when Robin questioned him on Brushogun, he informed that he was nothing but a legend. Left at a loose end, the Titans explored Tokyo. Cyborg enjoyed the cuisine at a sushi restaurant, where his bottomless appetite under an “all-you-can-eat” offer roused the ire of the chefs. Raven’s desire for reading lead her to a bookshop where she learned of the Brushogun myth while BB attempted to visit Wakamono Shuppan, the publishing house of his favorite manga, only to find it closed. Rob&Starfire retreated to a rooftop to discuss more intimate matters; Rob recalled how she kissed him when they first met&understood it was to learn English, but Star learned that on Earth, it meant more, but Rob insisted the mission came first. Investigating alone, Rob was attacked by Saico-Tek, who was pummeled into the ground. The crowd watching believed Rob had murdered his foe&Daizo apprehended him, but as he was arrested, a slip of paper bearing the name “Brushogun” blew up the armored car he was in. According to Raven, Brushogun fell in love with a woman he’d drawn&attempted to bring her to life using black magic, but the spell transformed him into a being of paper&ink, ink he could use to bring anything to life. At Wakamono Shuppan, the Titans discovered a horrifying sight: the withered form of Brushogun wired into a printing press. The true villain was Daizo, who used the powers to create monsters his Troopers captured. A massive battle ensued, culminating when Rob faced Daizo. With no options left, Daizo hurled himself into the ink reservoir, transforming himself into a hulking mass of ink&machinery; Robin freed Brushogun from the monstrous conglomeration&as the old man faded away like ink did with time, Daizo was defeated. Afterwards, Rob tried to explain his feelings for Star but getting the message, she silenced him by saying, “Robin, stop talking” and the two romantically shared their first kiss.
Robin in Tokyo, by Felicia Smith.
New 52 Bat Family
Happy Birthday samkurosakura!
So it seems that my inspiration spree hasn’t quite ended yet! Sam adores Nightwing (but come on, the guy IS awesome) and so I decided to colour up my previous sketch and fix the anatomical issues like the TIIIIINY hands, as well as add some backgrounds stuffs and typography, because type is pretty! :D
Anyways, enjoy, reblog, like and spread the love for Young Justice!
Nightwing by Jim Lee