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Wed
Apr 13 2011 5:00pm

Batman and Robin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Holy Urban Fantasy Sidekicks, Batman!

Where would Batman be without Robin? Frodo without Samwise? Han Solo without Chewbacca? Frodo would be caving it up with Gollum, Hans would still likely be frozen in carbonite, and Batman…okay, I’m guessing Batman would be fine, but the others hold true. But sidekicks aren’t simply relegated to comics and SFF. Urban fantasy has its share. How long would Harry last without Bob? Rachel without Jenks? Angel without Wesley?

[In appreciation of these better halves...]