The son of a pair of dissidents, the boy who would become the Batman saw his parents get gunned down by Stalin's police force, and vowed revenge against Pyotr Roslov, the captain of the police.
Years later, however, Roslov managed to convince Batman to help him eliminate Superman, arguing that with Superman out of the way, Batman's quest to kill Roslov would be more easily accomplished. Batman agreed, and kidnapped Wonder Woman and bound her with her own lasso in order to draw Superman into a wasteland, where he then bombarded the hero with simulated red sunlight. He forced the weakened Superman into a cellar, intending to lock him away for ever. Unfortunately for the Batman, Wonder Woman managed to destroy her lasso and removed the generator powering the lamps. Unwilling to be locked up, he instead detonated a bomb that he'd implanted within him. But before he died, Batman revealed to Superman of Roslov's treachery.
This was not the end of the Batman, however, as other men have since taken up the mantle.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
The Batman possesses no superhuman powers but is in peak human condition.
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