22 Feb 2017
“You don’t have to tell me if— “
“No, it’s okay. I never really talked about him with you, did I, huh?”
There’ was hesitance in his voice, Jon noted. He’s rarely seen Damian like this. It was a far shift from the boy with a well-built wall—the Damian before him was foreign but not unwelcomed. The younger brunt wanted to speak but said nothing in hopes that the Gothamite would go on his own. To his own surprise, he did.
To which Jon learns more about "Wilkes".
- Part 1 of Jon The Wingman
20 Feb 2017
To Jon, Damian was the embodiment of what he would call a “dumb intelligent”—in other words, he was amazingly stupid for a smart person. He was clearly a prodigy, as seen in academic scores that he would carelessly boast about whenever the two compared their school lives. To Damian, much of his classmates were just “simpletons”. Jon could never understand why the smaller boy wasn’t in high school—no, college yet at the ripe age of 13, but his father had assured him that Batman, or “Uncle Bruce” as Jon had internally dubbed him, just wanted him to “make friends his age”. To which he would retort, “Why would I need to make friends with anyone else when I already have Wilkes, Little, Ducard, Darga, and Kent?”
To which Jon wants to meet "Wilkes" and finally does.
- Part 2 of Jon The Wingman
22 Feb 2017
An entire series that follows Jon's journey as a wingman. Well, from a wingman to a boyfriend anyway.
End game: DamiJonColin (Damian Wayne/Jonathan Kent/Colin WIkes)