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"Bloodstorm": The Joker takes over the remains of Dracula's vampires. Though them he quickly take control of Gotham's mobs. Selina Kyle is bitten by one of the Joker's vampire but turns into a werecat creature. First attacking Batman, she teams up with Batman to wipe out the vampires. Her dev
Appearing in "Bloodstorm"
- Batman (Apparent Death)
- Joker (Dies)
Synopsis for "Bloodstorm"
The Joker takes over the remains of Dracula's vampires. Though them he quickly take control of Gotham's mobs. Selina Kyle is bitten by one of the Joker's vampire but turns into a werecat creature. First attacking Batman, she teams up with Batman to wipe out the vampires. Her devotion allows Batman to control his lust for blood. However she takes a crossbow bolt meant for Batman fired by the Joker. The anger and grief cause him to kill the Joker by draining the Joker's blood. Because this is the first truly human blood he has drunk Batman become vulnerable to crosses and holy water. Realizing he will become even worse then Dracula he leaves a note for Alfred and Commissioner Gordon that effectively states for them to destroy him. The stake him with the saying "to death...in peace".
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|Main||Batman & Dracula: Red Rain | Batman: Bloodstorm | Batman: Crimson Mist|
|Others||Search for Ray Palmer: Red Rain #1 | Infinite Halloween Special #1 | Countdown: Arena|
|See Also||Detective Comics #455 | The Batman vs. Dracula | Elseworlds | Tales of the Multiverse: Batman - Vampire|
|Creators||Doug Moench | Kelley Jones|
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