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Quote1 I took away all the madmen of Gotham. But I left the original. And like them, like all of your insane reflections, you'd see this world burn. Quote2
-- Superman src

After his parents were murdered by a mugger while his was only nine years old, Bruce Wayne grew up under the care of his butler Alfred. When he became an adult he devoted his life to fighting the same kind of scum that took his parents from him.

Injustice: Year One

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Injustice: Year Two

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Injustice: Year Three

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Injustice: Year Four

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Injustice: Gods Among Us

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Possible Post-Regime Epilogue

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Following the battle to liberate Earth, Batman learned that Luthor had bequeathed his massive fortune to Bruce Wayne. He now had the means to rebuild Gotham and Metropolis. The city's residents, inspired by their hero's efforts, adopted the slogan, 'We Are Batman'.

They contributed countless hours to the communities' renovation and crime prevention. The Batman of old would have stubbornly assumed these tasks alone; the post One-Earth Batman, having been rewarded for his trust in others, enjoyed his city's renewal and his role as its benefactor.

Before Brainac

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Not long after the fall of Superman's regime, Batman wasted no time in attempting to reset all the damage to the world Superman had caused and began reaching out to heroes he trusted to help him do so.

However, the downfall of the regime left a power vacuum that the League of Assassins tried to fill, and, under the leadership of Ra's al Ghul, the League made plans for mass genocide for the good of nature. Using the commandeered Suicide Squad, the League interrupted Green Arrow and Black Canary's wedding in order to kidnap a group of children. A squad of heroes, partially lead by Batman, tracked the children to the League's base in the Amazon Rainforest and sought to free them. Though the mission was technically a success, the children were only a diversion from the League's main target - Washington, D.C. - which was flooded and destroyed, along with the US president and president-elect. The League's endangered animal sanctuary was also accidentally burned to the ground by Blue Beetle, one of Batman's recruits, sending Ra's al Ghul into a furious spiral.

Ra's, hastening his plan, ordered the immediate activation of the Amazo android, which targeted and completely destroyed a small town in Arizona. [1]

Brainiac's Invasion

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"Multiverse Mode" Epilogue

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"Brainiac's attack left the world devastated. Thousands dead, many more thousands homeless. When President Kane asked that I head up the emergency response , I couldn't refuse. The job's demands required that I leave the Justice League in Barry's and Hal's hands. Together they're molding the younger heroes into a force for good unlike any Earth has ever seen.

But I'm only semi-retired. Behind the scenes, I've been preparing for Superman's return. Kal swore he'd escape from the Phantom Zone. I'd be foolish not to take him at his word."


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