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Sunday, 30 September 2012

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Bruce Wayne AKA Batman and Watchman Daniel Dreiberg AKA Nite Owl have penned an open letter to Christian Grey from '50 Shades of Grey' in it they chastise the billionaire playboy for using his wealth irresponsibly.

Like Grey both Wayne and Dreiberg inherited large fortunes at a young age but both of them used this money to create fantastic gadgets and weapons to fight crime as masked Vigilantes. Both adopting nocturnal alter egos. Wayne took on the persona of the bat developing the Bat Mobile as well as other bat themed gadgets. Dreiberg inherited his alter ego from 50's crime fighter Hollis Mason but took the guise to new heights with an owl ship called 'Archie' and many owl inspired gadgets. Neither of these men have used their huge fortune to snare women into being their playthings. This was what they pointed out to Grey telling him to use his fortune responsibly.

So far Christian Grey has not offered a response. However he has gained some response from Marvel Superhero Tony Stark AKA Iron Man who has offered to show Grey how to be a hero and have a seriously good time while doing it. So long as Grey brings the drink and the women.

Meanwhile an astonishing claim has been made by Dreiberg's fellow Watchman The Comedian. "This whole thing about Danny Boy telling Grey to shape up is a bit of a joke." He said. "Back in the late seventies I was using a woman who went by the name Twilight Lady to set up a senator for a fall. This was at a BDSM club in a mansion. Well Nite Owl and Rorschach break it all up and in the end Rorschach dose a number on this lady and she dies. So she tells me to look after her son. The son she had with Danny Boy. So Christian Grey is the son of Dan and the Twilight Lady. Pretty funny huh."

Attempts to get a comment from Dreiberg or confirmation from Rorschach have so far failed.

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