This one involves all the comedy sophistication of a nine-year-old boy — gay used to mean happy, ha ha ha! But note that Batman is carrying Robin out of the hospital in his arms, though a gurney or a wheelchair must have been at hand.
Jason Grote is a playwright, television writer, and librettist. His best-known play is 1001, a deconstruction of the tales of the Arabian Nights. He wrote for season one of Smash, and is currently a writer for Mad Men.
HiLoBooks has rediscovered 10 lost classics from science fiction's Radium Age (1904–33) era. A gorgeous paperback series — collect them all while you can!
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