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This article is about Batman before the Flash reset the timeline. For the main Batman, see: Bruce Wayne.


Bruce Wayne is the owner and CEO of Wayne Enterprises and the son of the late Thomas and Martha Wayne. After his parents were murdered in front of him, Bruce dedicated himself to wiping out the crime that took their lives, becoming the Gotham City vigilante known as Batman, and later a founding member of the Justice League.

History[]

Early Life[]

Bruce Wayne was the son of Thomas and Martha Wayne, who were killed in an alleyway by the criminal Joe Chill after a botched robbery. Due to this, Bruce would become the vigilante known as Batman. He at some point, would even join the Justice League.

Flash Museum Break-In[]

Batman arrived at the Flash Museum with the Justice League. He spotted the bombs attached to the villains and recognized that they would be hard to disarm. Green Lantern took Batman and Mirror Master to the lower atmosphere to disarm the bomb on Mirror Master's belt. After the League disarmed all of the bombs, the villains were taken to prison. Batman tried to convince the Flash to ignore Professor Zoom's taunts but failed. The Flash went on to accidentally create the Flashpoint timeline, erasing Batman and the world before Flashpoint.

It is unknown what happened to Batman or the rest of the former world after the Flash time traveled.

Powers and Abilities[]

  • Peak human Condition: Through intense training and specialized dieting, Batman represents the pinnacle of human physical prowess all of which have naturally heightened his abilities to the highest levels of peak human potential, almost pushing into the early-levels of superhuman conditioning.
  • Peak human Strength: Batman's strength allows him to physically overpower combatants.
  • Peak human mobility: Batman’s a master acrobat and gymnast, being able to perform nearly superhuman feats of agility, reflexes, balance, coordination, and dexterity.
  • Peak human speed: Batman's speed, reflexes, coordination, and dexterity are far beyond any Olympic athlete that has ever lived.
  • Peak human resilience: Batman has nearly superhuman durability, stamina, and endurance.
  • Peak human metabolism: His peak-human metabolism allows for peak-human levels of self-healing, longevity, and tolerance for drugs and ailments.
  • Peak human senses: His senses and focus are also at the highest limits.
  • Master combatant: Batman’s an exceptional martial artist and a master of all forms of melee, unarmed, and close quarters combat, which is further enhanced by his knowledge of leverage, physics, and anatomical weaknesses.
  • Master acrobat: Batman’s highly skilled acrobat, and he’s capable of great acrobatic and gymnastic feats, such as parkour or free running moves, which sometimes allow him to jump and leap 20 feet through the air.
  • Stealth mastery: Batman can disappear and reappear without anyone, even some people with enhanced senses, noticing him.
  • Genius-level intellect: Batman’s skilled at calculations and strategy, has a photographic memory, and is a master tactician and detective.
  • Indomitable willpower: Batman's unstoppable determination and strength of will makes him an extremely formidable opponent.

Equipment[]

  • Batsuit: A high-tech suit of lightweight and highly flexible body armor, most notably for speed and durability enhancements. The sensory systems on his suit allow for a better sense of awareness and senses. His suit has on-board computer and scanner systems. The cape allows form gliding and minimal flight. His color scheme, combined with his ninjutsu training makes him almost invisible in the dark and night.
  • Utility belt: Batman carries a wide array of gadgetry and weapons on his suit, specifically on his belt.

Vehicles[]

  • Batplane

Appearances[]

Images[]

Trivia[]

  • This is the only time in the DC Animated Movie Universe where Batman isn't voiced by Jason O'Mara. He is voiced by the late Kevin Conroy, who voiced Batman in the DC Animated Universe, the Arkham Series, and several others.
  • This is the first version of Batman in the DC Animated Movie Universe to wear a gray and blue Batsuit. The main universe Batman would wear one starting in Batman: Hush. Both suits seem to be inspired by the artwork of Jim Lee.
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