History Heartwarming / Batman

9th Jun '18 7:41:30 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://asylums.insanejournal.com/scans_daily/990722.html#cutid1 This]], where Batman takes care of a baby. Knowing everyone wants the child and there isn't anyplace or anyone safe enough to leave the baby with, Batman takes the baby with him on his outings, leading to a few [[CrowningMomentOfFunny funny moments]]. In order to protect the baby, Batman used his blood, tricking the FBI into thinking that it was the baby's blood. Batgirl asks him why risk his identity.

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* [[http://asylums.insanejournal.com/scans_daily/990722.html#cutid1 This]], where Batman takes care of a baby. Knowing everyone wants the child and there isn't anyplace or anyone safe enough to leave the baby with, Batman takes the baby with him on his outings, leading to a few [[CrowningMomentOfFunny funny moments]].SugarWiki/FunnyMoments. In order to protect the baby, Batman used his blood, tricking the FBI into thinking that it was the baby's blood. Batgirl asks him why risk his identity.



* ''Detective Comics'' #726 (not to be confused with the Paul Dini Christmas story; that's #826): ComicBook/TheJoker combines this trope with a hefty dose of CrowningMomentOfAwesome and MagnificentBastard. To explain: [[spoiler:He's used morse code to coerce the guy in the cell next to his to escape, kidnap a small girl, and hide her somewhere. By the time Batman's on the case, the guy's already offed himself, so Batman's only chance of saving the girl is The Joker himself. After a less-than-informative conversation, The Joker realizes that Batman really isn't in the mood for a mind-game, and flat-out tells him where the girl is: in the trunk of a half-submerged car. After fighting his way through an ARMY of thugs, Batman finally does find the girl, and saves her just before she suffocates. Later, Batman returns to Arkham and asks why Joker came clean, to which the Ace of Knaves gives this response:]]

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* ''Detective Comics'' #726 (not to be confused with the Paul Dini Christmas story; that's #826): ComicBook/TheJoker combines this trope with a hefty dose of CrowningMomentOfAwesome SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome and MagnificentBastard. To explain: [[spoiler:He's used morse code to coerce the guy in the cell next to his to escape, kidnap a small girl, and hide her somewhere. By the time Batman's on the case, the guy's already offed himself, so Batman's only chance of saving the girl is The Joker himself. After a less-than-informative conversation, The Joker realizes that Batman really isn't in the mood for a mind-game, and flat-out tells him where the girl is: in the trunk of a half-submerged car. After fighting his way through an ARMY of thugs, Batman finally does find the girl, and saves her just before she suffocates. Later, Batman returns to Arkham and asks why Joker came clean, to which the Ace of Knaves gives this response:]]



* There are a number of warm moments between [[AmicableExes Dick Grayson and Barbara Gordon]] during the period in which Dick was Batman, that sometimes borderline on ShipTease. Most notably in ''ComicBook/{{Batgirl|2009}}'', when they reconcile over Barbara's decision to train Stephanie Brown as Batgirl, and in [[Creator/ScottSnyder Scott Snyder's]] ''[[ComicBook/BatmanTheBlackMirror Black Mirror]]'', when Dick [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome saves Barbara from James Gordon, Jr]], and stays behind to cauterize her wounds rather than chasing James Jr., despite her protests.

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* There are a number of warm moments between [[AmicableExes Dick Grayson and Barbara Gordon]] during the period in which Dick was Batman, that sometimes borderline on ShipTease. Most notably in ''ComicBook/{{Batgirl|2009}}'', when they reconcile over Barbara's decision to train Stephanie Brown as Batgirl, and in [[Creator/ScottSnyder Scott Snyder's]] ''[[ComicBook/BatmanTheBlackMirror Black Mirror]]'', when Dick [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome saves Barbara from James Gordon, Jr]], and stays behind to cauterize her wounds rather than chasing James Jr., despite her protests.
16th May '18 7:18:32 PM darkemyst
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* From ''Batgirl'' #5, especially considering everything's she's been through.

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* From ''Batgirl'' ''[[ComicBook/Batgirl2009 Batgirl]]'' #5, especially considering everything's she's been through.



* In ''Red Robin'' #17, [[spoiler: Bruce has returned and is having a rooftop conversation with Tim. He states that since coming back, he has forgotten to do one thing. Cue the next page where the two hug.]]
* ''Red Robin'' #9: Tim finally reunites with his friends and family. The most touching would have to be [[spoiler: his reunion with Superboy. He stands in stunned silence as Superboy teases him about his [[PaintItBlack costume change]] until he finally hugs Superboy in relief.]]

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* In ''Red Robin'' ''ComicBook/RedRobin'' #17, [[spoiler: Bruce has returned and is having a rooftop conversation with Tim. He states that since coming back, he has forgotten to do one thing. Cue the next page where the two hug.]]
* ''Red Robin'' ''ComicBook/RedRobin'' #9: Tim finally reunites with his friends and family. The most touching would have to be [[spoiler: his reunion with Superboy. He stands in stunned silence as Superboy teases him about his [[PaintItBlack costume change]] until he finally hugs Superboy in relief.]]
8th Apr '18 4:21:43 AM TheWildWestPyro
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** And as of October 2017, Selina has [[spoiler: replied to his proposal with a "Yes."]]
12th Jan '18 2:03:01 AM Cryoclaste
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* During ''InfiniteCrisis'', Kal-L tries to convince Batman that he's playing for the wrong team, that if he helps him, the world will be perfect again, as no one on Earth-1 was as good as their counterpart on Earth-2. It seems like he may succeed, until Batman asks if Dick Grayson is a worse person here than he is there. Kal-L admits that he's a good man on both worlds. Since Bruce has said outright that Dick was the only thing he ever did right, he's convinced that the world is worth saving. If only because Bruce Wayne is a proud daddy.

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* During ''InfiniteCrisis'', ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'', Kal-L tries to convince Batman that he's playing for the wrong team, that if he helps him, the world will be perfect again, as no one on Earth-1 was as good as their counterpart on Earth-2. It seems like he may succeed, until Batman asks if Dick Grayson is a worse person here than he is there. Kal-L admits that he's a good man on both worlds. Since Bruce has said outright that Dick was the only thing he ever did right, he's convinced that the world is worth saving. If only because Bruce Wayne is a proud daddy.
27th Dec '17 11:52:47 AM Microwave174
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* ''Heartwarming/BatmanTheTelltaleSeries''
20th Dec '17 7:26:51 PM DocStone
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-->'''Bruce:''' What's on your mind, Alfred?
'''Alfred:''' I have no wish to spend my few remaining years grieving for the loss of old friends. Or their sons.

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-->'''Bruce:''' What's Something on your mind, Alfred?
'''Alfred:''' -->'''Alfred:''' I have no wish to spend my few remaining years grieving for the loss of old friends. Or their sons.
20th Dec '17 7:25:36 PM DocStone
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* Alfred, though at the ready to assist Bruce with being Batman out of a strong loyalty to both him ''and'' his late parents, takes every effort to talk him out of carrying out his plans as Batman and try to convince him to lead a happier life.
-->'''Bruce:''' What's on your mind, Alfred?
'''Alfred:''' I have no wish to spend my few remaining years grieving for the loss of old friends. Or their sons.
8th Dec '17 9:49:14 PM StClair
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--> "Do you remember your parents? Do you remember their smiles? Do you remember the way they made you feel safe?"

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--> "Do you remember your parents? Do you remember their smiles? Do you remember the way times when they made you feel safe?"
8th Dec '17 9:16:24 PM StClair
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--> "That's what you hold onto. That's what you can do for other people. You can give them safety. You can show them that they're not alone. That's how you make the world make sense. And if you can do that, you can stop the world from making more people like us. And no one will have to be scared anymore."

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--> "That's what you hold onto.on to. That's what you can do for other people. You can give them safety. You can show them that they're not alone. That's how you make the world make sense. \\
And if you can do that, you can stop the world from making more people like us. And no one will have to be scared anymore."



-->(Father and son embrace, cue ManlyTears)

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-->(Father -->(''Father and son embrace, cue ManlyTears)ManlyTears'')
12th Nov '17 1:29:05 AM SPBurke
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* In the episode featuring Louie the Lilac (played by Milton Berle), Batman and Robin come to sympathize with the hippies who are camping out in Gotham Central Park. Considering a lot of mainstream television of the time took shots at hippies on a regular basis, having ''Batman'' of all shows be sympathetic to them means a lot.
-->'''Robin''': [[TotallyRadical The flower children think we're cool man! We turn 'em on, y'know?]]
-->'''Batman:''' Please be gentle with your visitors, Commissioner. Although it may not be understood by more literal minds, in their own way they’re doing what they can to correct the world’s woes with love and flowers.
* This exchange between Batman and a young boy:
-->'''Andy:''' I want to be like you! A caped crime-fighter!
-->'''Batman:''' Being a hero or a crime-fighter isn’t what counts the most, Andy. It’s being a good citizen. And if that’s what you meant, that is the highest compliment you could pay me.
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