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The Hellbat was an armor forged together by the Justice League and designed and built by Batman to help him fight in battles beyond his strength level. To this end it allows Batman to have increased physical abilities, but drains

History

The Hellbat was an armor forged together by the Justice League and designed and built by Batman to help him fight in battles beyond his strength level.[1] To this end it allows Batman to have increased physical abilities, but drains his metabolism, and can kill him if used too much.[2] The armor itself was composed of a shifting nano kinetic metallic composition which could be shed and re-adorned to his person on command via voice activated computer A.I, with a built-in cloaking feature giving him total invisibility.[3]

The armor's cape transforms into a pair of wings for a flight which are composed of the same supposed nanoparticle mesh. Enabling them to change shape and semblance diving into living bodies and putting off the inner ear, liquefy and reform around enemies to flail/bash them around, use them as shields for defense or stone cutting armaments for offence.[3] As well as the ability to transfer all power to the chest insignia port, the latter of which can be used to send out a powerful blast of energy. However, the wings were torn off by Darkseid during Batman's battle with him over his son's corpse, but were quickly reformed when dispersed into a swarm of bats then quickly reintegrated into the suit. He can eject select elements of the armor in order to prolong his life within it with voice commands, such as the helmet and the gloves.[4]

The armor was later reconstructed and was placed in a secondary Batcave on Earth's Moon, where New Earth's Lois Lane used it to defend her son Jon Kent from Eradicator.[5]

Notes

Despite seemingly requiring the the Justice League to forge it together the first time it was built, he doesn't need their help when he rebuilds it.


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