The Caped Crusader
The Dark Knight
World's Greatest Detective
Interim U.S. Senator
|Citizen of the United States with no criminal record.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
Normal human with above average strength, stamina and agility for a man of his age.
Exceptional hand-to-hand combatant schooled in a wide variety of fighting techniques.
Genius level intelligence with aptitudes in a wide variety of sciences.
An excellent tactician, schooled in the arts of war.
Batarang: Perfectly balanced boomerang with both a blunt face surface and razor sharp back surface capable of stunning or crippling opponents or cutting through bindings or tethers.
Batsuit: Kevlar lined, armored and fire proof with night vision lenses in the cowl.
Batboat: Watercraft capable of submerged travel, equipped with a wide variety of crime-fighting accessories.
Batcave: Subterranean headquarters containing a vast array of scientific and crime fighting equipment. Also contains teleportation device for transportation from the Justice League Moon Base and back.
Batcomputer: Computer containing a vast criminal database.
Batcopter: Helicopter equipped with a wide variety of crime fighting accessories.
Batcycle: Motorcycle equipped with a wide variety of crime fighting accessories.
Batjet: Jet aircraft equipped with a wide variety of crime fighting accessories.
Batmobile: Automobile equipped with a wide variety of crime fighting accessories.
Batsignal: High powered beacon with the shape of a bat in the center of the light to project an image on low clouds or buildings.
Utility Belt: containing a vast array of offensive and defensive weapons and tools.
Mad Hatter II
Batman vol. 1 & 2
Batman and The Outsiders
Batman: Gotham Knights
Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight
Batman: Shadow of the Bat
The Brave and the Bold
Justice League America
Justice League of America
World's Finest Comics
|Detective Comics #27 (May, 1939)|
|Bill Finger & Bob Kane|
As a child Bruce Wayne witnessing the murder of his parents, Thomas & Martha Wayne in Crime Alley by a two-bit thug named Joe Chill. That night the young Wayne vowed to become an avenger against crime.
After years of study and training, Wayne was attempting to develop an identity to exploit the fear and cowardice of criminals. As if in answer - a huge bat flies through an open window of his study. Inspired, Wayne becomes a creature of the night - black, terrible, a weird figure in the dark, an avenger of evil known as the Batman.