|The Prodigal Batman|
|Richard John "Dick" Grayson|
|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.
Excellent hand-to-hand combatant with an aptitude for martial arts and acrobatics.
Above average intelligence with skills of a police detective.
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.
Batmobile: Automobile equipped with a wide variety of crime fighting accessories.
Batplane: Jet aircraft 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.
Batman vol. 1
Batman and Robin
Batman: Shadow of the Bat
Detective Comics Vol. 1 #38 (April, 1940)
Batman Vol. 1 #512 (Nov. 1994)
|Doug Moench & Mike Gustovich|
After the death of Batman at the hands of Darkseid, there was a battle between different factions of Gotham City heroes and villains for control of the city, with the Caped Crusader's first sidekick assuming the role of Gotham's protector - the Batman.
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