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Hero Overview

Sometimes, I admit, I think of Bruce as a man in a costume. Then, with some gadget from his utility belt, he reminds me that he has an extraordinarily inventive mind. And how lucky I am to be able to call on him.
~ Superman.
There's war in Gotham City. Perhaps where crime is concerned, there always has been. But seldom this open, this rabid. A madness seeping into every stratum of criminal society. Escalating like a plague, threating to surpass even the horror that created me.
~ Batman.
I am vengeance! I am the night! I am BATMAN!
~ Batman's most famous quote.

Bruce Wayne, better known as Batman, is a DC character originated from DC Comics.

He is the titular main protagonist of the Batman comics, cartoons, movies, and video games franchises. He is widely considered one of the greatest superheroes of all time and is one of the most iconic superheroes in comic book history.

After experiencing the horrifying death of his parents at a young age, Bruce Wayne travels across the world, learning different styling by fighting and martial arts in various versions. When he came back to Gotham City, he started as a vigilante who will be later known as the legendary Batman. Since his debut, the Dark Knight has garnered a large rogues gallery, with many of them being supervillains that hold a grudge against him. Despite this, Batman has become allies with countless superheroes, with his proteges and his teammates on the Justice League.

The character was created by the late Bob Kane and late Bill Finger in 1939, and first appeared in Detective Comics #27 on March 30th.


Batman, one of the most influential comic book characters to be penned, was created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, though Kane, who designed the character, often receives credit as the sole creator. After the success of Superman in early 1939, DC Comics started requesting more superheroes for its titles. Bob Kane had an idea for a character called "Bat-Man." There is a large controversy that suggests Kane came up with a "Birdman" and Finger is the one who actually suggested the name "Bat-man." Like Superman, various aspects of Batman's personality, character history, visual design, and equipment were inspired by a contemporary popular culture of the 1930s, including movies, pulp magazine, comic strips, newspaper headlines, and even aspects of Kane himself.


His parents died when he was so young. Shot. Killed right in front of him. He was raised alone. A kid in a huge mansion. With his memories of his mother and father. He had love, and they took it from him. He should be a killer. He should want to tear the world apart for what it did. And yet he took that pain. That shock of death. And he turned it into hope.
~ Superman.

Bruce Wayne is the son of Dr. Thomas Wayne and Martha Wayne and was born on February 19. Bruce was eight years old when his parents were killed by a mugger, later revealed to be Joe Chill. He was then raised by family butler Alfred in the family mansion, and began to train both physically and mentally, as he swore to rid Gotham City from crime.

In his youth, Bruce dedicated his time by training himself mentally and physically, and collected numerous skills to improve himself to fight against evil. He left Gotham to gain more training and skills in his teens, but returned around his mid-twenties, prepared to strike fear into the hearts of criminals. He took the bat as his personal symbol, believing that it would strike fear into the hearts of criminals.


Early Life

Bruce Wayne was born in Gotham City, New Jersey to the wealthy doctor Thomas Wayne and his wife Martha Kane, who were members of the Wayne and Kane families. The Wayne's were expecting another child, but the Court of Owls targeted them and caused Martha to lose the child. Bruce was around three when the incident happened, and survived the attack from the Court of Owls alongside his mother.

In addition, their butler Jarvis Pennyworth was killed by Court's Talons, and Alfred took his father's place as the Wayne's butler. When Bruce was five years old, he fell down his families' caverns beneath the Wayne Manor, which attracted several bats. Thomas eventually pulled his son out of the cavern, which would become Bruce's headquarters known as the Batcave years later.

Parents' Deaths

Around the age of eight, Bruce and his parents went to the Monarch Theater, and when walking home, were held at gunpoint by a mugger named Joe Chill. Chill demanded Martha's pearl necklace, but Thomas refused to give to the mugger, and Bruce's parents were shot dead in the streets in front of him. Physician and social worker Leslie Thompkins arrived to give comfort to Bruce, and was taken home and lived with Alfred. The death of his parents traumatized Bruce, as he not friends in his youth, and swore to avenge his parents' deaths.


Bruce swore an oath to rid Gotham City of the evil that took his parents, and spent his youth traveling the world to train himself both physically and mentally. During his travels, he learned a variety of martial arts, all sciences, gymnastics, disguise, and escape artistry to improve himself. When he was fourteen years old, Bruce attended many European universities to learn what he could, but wouldn't stay long and only took subjects that suited him for his plan to rid crime from Gotham.

During this time, Bruce meet instructors who taught martial arts and other abilities, including Frenchman Henri Ducard, Japanese ninja Kirigi, boxer Ted Grant, the assassin David Cain, martial artist Chu Chin Li and Tsunemoto, and kung-fu master Richard Dragon. In addition, Bruce met Oliver Queen, who trained him in archery and later become one of his allies later in the future. Around the age of seventeen, Bruce met Detective Harvey Harris, who trained him to improve his detective and investigation skills.

When he was twenty years old, Bruce attempted to join the FBI, but after learning of its regulations and conduct, he decided to work alone instead of being with the legal system. Willis Doggett was Bruce's last instructor, but he was killed by a target that Bruce managed to fight off. Afterward, Bruce was rescued by a shaman an returned to Gotham City after twelve years of training.

Becoming Batman

Bruce returned to Gotham City, and for his final test of his training, climbed to the top of Wayne Manor and jumped off. Bruce survived the fall, but was injured, having a concussion, road rash, and a dislocated shoulder and elbow.

Despite having all of his skills and methods to fight against crime, Bruce felt that he was missing something to completely put fear into the heart of criminals. One night while sitting in Wayne Manor, Bruce recalled his fear of bats as child and one crashed through one of the windows. However, Bruce decided to make his appearance resemble a bat, and designed a costume equipped with experimental technology and assistance from Alfred.

Now going under the title Batman, the vigilante's tactics and methods proved successful in causing criminals to be afraid of committing unlawful acts. Batman became an urban legend in Gotham, and revealed himself at a dinner that held the most corrupt figures, and promised that their reign of corruption would end. Batman eventually gained allies that were in the police force and law, becoming close allies with James Gordon and district attorney Harvey Dent.

The Dark Night's presence in Gotham also brought him a rogues gallery, with many of them having backstories of their own that caused their fall into villainy. He first encountered the Catwoman during one of her thefts, but the two would develop romantic tension as years went by. His biggest threat was facing the Joker, a criminal dressed in clown get up, who desired nothing but creating chaos across the city. Following his battle against the mad man, Wayne decided to create the Bat-Signal, which would be used by Gordon any time he needed his assistance. In addition, Batman fought against more villains that were more trouble than petty criminals, such as the Riddler, the Penguin, Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, and Mr. Freeze.

During "The Long Halloween" storyline, Batman worked with Gordon and Dent on dealing with the Carmine Falcone and Sal Maroni crime syndicates, but also the rise of freaks that were arriving to Gotham. When a serial killer arrived and started killing criminals, the syndicates started to become suspicious of each other. During the chaos, Bruce was accused of being tied to the organizations, as it was revealed that his father performed surgery on Carmine when he was young, but he was cleared due to Alfred's testimony. Dent later met his downfall after having his face disfigured by Maroni, turning him insane and into the criminal "Two-Face". While hunting down Dent, Bruce would manage to capture the responsible behind the murders - Alberto Falcone, who was an outcast to the family and faked his death. After Dent was arrested for his crimes, Batman and Gordon refused to give up on their beliefs despite seeing one of their closest allies become what he fought against.

Robin and Batgirl

While attending Haly's Circus, Bruce witnessed another tragedy fall to a young boy named Dick Grayson, as his parents were killed by a gangster named Tony Zucco. Seeing something in the child, Wayne decided to adopt Grayson as his ward, and eventually told him about his secret identity as the Dark Knight. Dick wanted to avenge his parents' murder, and asked to be trained by his adoptive father so he could become his partner. Bruce agreed to train him, having him swear to an oath to protect Gotham City from crime, and gave him the code name "Robin". Though Grayson often remained with Bruce in protecting Gotham, he also became friend with other sidekicks of superheroes, and formed the Teen Titans with them.

Wayne eventually came across Gordon's daughter Barbara at a masquerade ball, where she dressed up like the crusader to surprise her father. Though she showed some potential after dealing with Killer Moth at the ball, Batman confronted Barbara and showed himself to be dismissive of her skills. However, Batman became impressed by Batgirl when she teamed up with Black Canary, and started to team up with the Dark Knight and his sidekick Robin.

The Justice League

Batman would have his first encounter with the superhero Superman in Gotham, as the Man of Steel believed that the Dark Knight was an insane criminal. The two were then forced to work together to stop Magpie, and Superman realized that Batman's style of crime fighting was suitable for the city. Following this, Batman met with Superman and other heroes, such as the Amazonian warrior Wonder Woman, the Atlantean prince Aquaman, the speedster Flash, the intergalactic law enforcer Green Lantern, and the last of the Mars species Martian Manhunter. The superheroes fought against the Appellaxians, and after stopping them, they decided to join forces and formed the Justice League.

The Second Robin

As years went by, Batman decided that Grayson's time as Robin was over since he was getting older, and had his protégé relieved of his secret identity. He soon came across a young boy named Jason Todd attempting to steal the tires off of the batmobile, and took him to a school ran by Ma Gunn. After learning that Jason was an orphan, the Dark Knight returned to the school, but learned that Gunn was actually a criminal. Jason helped Batman stop the criminals, and Bruce then decided to adopt him as his second ward and make him the new Robin. Around this time, Bruce had learned that Grayson had become a vigilante under the name "Nightwing", and later told him of his new partner.

During his tenure, Todd became more aggressive towards criminals, showing himself to be impulsive and reckless than Dick ever was. His actions eventually resulted in the death of a criminal, which Batman scolded him for as he wasn't following the oath he had made. Jason's hotheaded personality started to take a toil on his partnership with Batman, whom decided to restrict his protégé from donning the costume for a while. At some point, Jason was captured by the Joker when searching for his biological mother, which resulted in him being tortured by the villain. Batman went on the search for his partner, and when coming to the warehouse where he was trapped, it exploded. Despite the explosion, Batman was able to find Jason's corpse, and mourned his death.

The Third Robin

Bruce fell into depression since he couldn't save Jason, but continued to protect Gotham from numerous threats. However, he slowly became more violent and ruthless than before, a result of not having a partner to balance him. A young boy named Tim Drake learned of Batman's identity by doing some detective work, and decided to become the new Robin to act as a counterbalance to the Dark Knight's darker side. While Batman and Nightwing worked together to stop Two-Face, Drake appeared dressed as Robin and helped them defeat the criminal. Despite believing that he didn't need another partner, Tim's detective skills and helping them take down Two-Face was enough for Bruce to agree to have Drake become the third Robin.


Batman has a reputation of being a dark, angst-ridden vigilante. With a gloomy persona and a violent streak, he has earned the title "The Dark Knight." However, Batman is a first and foremost superhero, and has a strong sense of honor and morality, as he will not kill his opponents, knowing that by doing so, he will succumb to his inner demons in full. That said, Batman is nothing if not pragmatic, and comfortably employs almost any other means or resources necessary to get the job done, and has shown a willingness to manipulate friends as well as enemies in the pursuits of his goals.

He also suffers from being anti-social, critical of others (and himself on occasions), and is often incapable of pursuing a long-lasting relationship with anyone, as evidenced by his repeated failures with Catwoman, Talia al Ghul, Zatanna, and others. Batman is a loner and makes a point of solely working and operating alone as a result of incidents such as the traumatic loss of Jason Todd.

He is therefore extremely independent, to the point that he refuses bluntly to be a part of the team or to accept assistance from other people who could ultimately help him a great deal. Despite his social faults, he is extremely intelligent - a super-genius with twelve Master degrees and unparalleled knowledge of criminology, combat and technology. Batman is also the world's greatest detective and can analyze and memorize even the tiniest of details, including the shape of a cheek he has punched.

As Bruce Wayne, he presents himself to the world as a largely self-absorbed and irresponsible (if not also charity-driven) playboy and philanthropist. Only his closest allies know that this attitude is just an act and a further demonstration of his genius. Batman has been a horror of gunfire since he saw his parents get killed by an armed man and refuses to kill even as a last resort.

During his many years struggling against psychopaths and killers without remorse, he has more than once almost let himself go by the wrath of almost killed his enemy but has always managed to prevent it in time. Batman more than once admitted that he only thought about killing those who brought him so much suffering as with the Joker, which represents all that Batman hates most in the world but that he knows that if he only let once, it would be too late for him.

Powers and Abilities


  • Regenerative Healing Factor: After undergoing the Dionesium treatment the Joker went through; Batman gained a regenerative healing factor. Batman regenerated from acid burning out his eyes as well as years of scars and wounds which had not fully healed. His healing factor also enhanced his strength, speed and endurance.

Former Powers

  • Power Rings: The Dark Knight has joined two factions within the galactic corps - the White Lantern Corps and the Sinestro Corps. As a result, he was gifted with a power ring from both groups, which allowed him to manipulate energy constructs and imbue the team's electromagnetic spectrum.


  • Peak Human Condition: Through intense training, specialized diet, and biofeedback treatments, The Batman represented the pinnacle of human physical prowess. His physical attributes exceeded that of any Olympic level athlete that has ever competed. His strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, and coordination are at the peak of the human condition. Batman began his physical and mental condition when he was 11 and then intense physical training and weight lifting at age 12. He had mastered full body control by the time he was 18. Wayne abstains entirely from drinking alcohol, though he presented Bruce Wayne, his alter ego, as a borderline alcoholic (he created this illusion by drinking ginger ale and pretending it was champagne). Batman's refusal to drink was directly linked to keeping his body in its absolute best. Bruce Wayne, since the age of 15, has created a strict diet to enable his body to develop and operate at its most proficient, along with biofeedback treatments (using portable/non-portable machines to stimulate muscles to contraction). Batman has performed amazing physical feats due to his superior physique. He engaged in an intensive regular regimen of rigorous exercise (including aerobics, weight lifting, gymnastics, and simulated combat) to keep himself in peak condition, and has often defeated opponents whose size, strength, or other powers greatly exceeded his own. He has spent his entire life in pursuit of physical perfection and has attained it through constant intensive training and determination. He has the strength that a human can achieve. Batman even punched a SWAT officer through a brick wall. He utilizes his strength/power so effectively, that a near-meta such as Deathstroke comments that Batman "hits harder than most beings with superhuman strength." During his exercise regimes, Batman regularly bench-presses at least 1000Ibs. Batman's reflexes are near superhuman. He can run at speeds comparable to the finest competing athletes. His endurance was comparable to that of the finest Olympic Decathlon participant. His lung capacity is so great that he can hold his breath underwater for 3 minutes and 15 seconds. His agility is greater than that of a Chinese acrobat and an Olympic gold medalist gymnast. His main phase of movement is Parkour which he learned in France and uses it to scale the cities rooftops in an acrobatic manner.
  • Martial Arts Master: Batman has entirely mastered and even perfected every single form of hand-to-hand combat known to man, making him one of the finest human combatants Earth has ever known. He trained in the US for various martial arts for 3 years. He has mastered 127 styles of martial arts including Muay Thai, Escrima, Krav Maga, Capoeira, Savate, Yawyan, Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Jujutsu, Ninjutsu, Kendo, Fencing, Kenjutsu, Kali, Bojutsu, Francombat, Boxing, Kickboxing, Hapkido, Wing Chun, Parkour, Shorin Ryu, Silat, Chin Na, Hokuto Shinken, Kyudo, Aikido, Varma Ati, Jeet Kune Do, Shaolin, Ba Gua, Hung Gar, Tai Chi, Kung Fu, Kenpo, and Karate. His primary form of combat is an idiosyncratic admixture of Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Muay Thai, Karate, Boxing, Jujutsu, and Ninjutsu. His fighting skill is such that he has beaten or held his own against many of the greatest hand-to-hand fighters in the DC Universe, including Lady Shiva, Bronze Tiger, and Deathstroke. Batman also trained many other people to be the fighters they are (Nightwing, Red Hood, Tim Drake, and so on) and it can be inferred from him turning them into the fighters that they are that he is indeed a skilled fighter. His fighting style is heavily attack-oriented and incorporates a multitude of factors - these include his environment, the weapons his enemies are wielding, the weaknesses of his enemies and environment and the advantages of the equipment he possesses (For example, the fact that his Batsuit is extremely tough and survives bullets, knives, blunt force and electricity). Batman's vast skill and experience in combat ultimately enabled him to fight toe-to-toe with Superman, despite the man being incalculably strong and possessing a multitude of superior powers that could easily kill or incapacitate even the most advanced of human combatants.
  • Weapons Master: Through his martial arts training, he has become an expert on virtually all types of weaponry. He is an exceptional swordsman as evident in his fight with Ra's al Ghul, his proficiency in Jujitsu can proclaim his swordsmanship skill. Proficient with most melee weapons due to his mastery of Okinawan Kobudo. He was trained and became proficient in all arms. He soon learned expanded melee weapon techniques and he has learned expanded weapon/device sciences. He still practices during his combat sessions to keep his skills intact, though he prefers unarmed combat.
    • Expert Marksman: Due in part to his training in Ninjutsu, Batman almost never misses his targets, 9/10 times he's successful. However, as a rule, he doesn't use offensive firearms as a rule. Nevertheless, he is still an incredibly precise marksman when it comes to throwing Batarangs at small, distant, moving or even invisible targets.
  • Master Acrobat: Proficient in gymnastics and acrobatics, to the peak of human ability. He can perform impeccably precise acrobatic moves instinctively in combat, or whilst escaping a catastrophe, and can even dodge a superhuman individual's blows and sword-swings. He is particularly skilled in parkour and free running.
  • Stealth Master: His Ninjutsu training has made him a master at stealth capable of breaching high-security facilities with ease and without being detected.
  • Genius Intelligence: Batman is an extremely brilliant, virtually peerless, detective, strategist, scientist, tactician, and commander; he is widely regarded as one of the keenest analytical minds on the planet. Given his lack of superpowers, he often uses cunning and planning to outwit his foes, rather than simply "out-fighting" them. He is intelligent enough to be able to use his own fear of bats against his enemies and to understand how the criminal underworld operates.
    • Polymath: He has studied Biology, Technology, Mathematics, Physics, Mythology, Geography, and History. Gained degrees in Criminal Science, Forensics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Engineering by the time he was 21. He has mastered Diverse Environmental Training, Security Systems, and illusion/sleight of hand by the time he was 23. He gained even more degrees in Biology, Physics, Advanced Chemistry, and Technology by the time he was 25. He has learned Forensic, Medical Sciences, Expanded Computer and Engineering Sciences, and Expanded Device Pool use of personal powered armor and system, database creation on underworld crime bosses, rogue's gallery foes and other supers; improved material sciences for body armor and micro-machinery by the time he was 26. Has also learned Advanced New Development in Forensic and Medical Sciences.
    • Master Detective: He is widely considered as the World's Greatest Detective, capable of observation, forensic investigation, and inductive and deductive reasoning of the highest caliber. Human intuition is an unlearnable trait and one of Batman's most effective tools. Given any mystery, he can arrive at any conclusions with a fraction of the data.
    • Multilingual: He is able to speak Spanish, French, Latin, German, Japanese, English, Russian, Cantonese, Mandarin, and possibly more.
    • Master Strategist and Tactician: He commonly utilizes cunning tactics to outwit his foes. He is an excellent leader and at times commands the Justice League and the Outsiders.
    • Expert Inquisitor: Batman is adept in the use of interrogation techniques, employing anything from law enforcement methods to outright torture.
  • Escapologist: He has been described as second only to Mister Miracle as an escape artist. He has been seen escaping from a posey straitjacket in less than 52 seconds and remarked afterwards that the time was way too slow for him.
  • Crack Pilot: He has been seen flying the various versions of the Batplanes with ease and flying a helicopter.
  • Expert Tracker: He trained in hunting techniques by African Bushmen (the Ghost Tribes of the Ten-eyed Brotherhood, among others).
  • Master of Disguise: He has mastered the art of disguise by the time he was 23. Has further learned Expanded Disguise techniques by the time he was 26. Batman has many aliases he uses to infiltrate the underworld or just to go undercover in public situations. His current aliases are: Matches Malone, Thomas Quigley, Ragman, Detective Hawke, Sir Hemingford Grey, Lester Krutz, Frank Dixon, Gordon Selkirk, and Mr. Fledermaus.
  • Indomitable Will: Although he has no superhuman powers, Batman's unstoppable determination and strength of will make him an extremely formidable opponent. His willpower is strong enough to operate a Green Lantern Ring when necessary. He is also unshakably devoted to his solemn vow never to kill, in spite of his vicious inner temptation to do so - the latter of which factors is displayed prominently when facing the Joker.
  • Intimidation: It is widely known that Batman has the ability to instill fear in others, even the people that know him best are intimidated by him. Even those who aren't afraid of the likes of Superman fear Batman.
  • Ventriloquism: Batman is able to project his voice to sound as though it is coming from other places.
  • Expert Mechanic and Vehicular Driver: Proficient at combat driving. Has learned improved vehicle designs. Was trained and proficient in basic vehicles operations.
  • Business Management: Bruce Wayne has extensive skills and experience in business management and has thorough understanding of financial marketing and management and is often known as an example of successful industrialist and businessman on par to Lex Luthor.


  • Batarangs: Throwable weapons relating to boomerangs or shurikens in the shape of a bat.
  • Bat-Darts: A form of tranquilizer darts specialized for Batman.
  • Bat-Goo Gun: A handheld non-lethal firearm that projects a foam used to stick thugs to places.
  • Bat-Lasso: A lasso to be thrown around the feet of a fleeing foe.
  • Bat Stungun: A knockout tool used by Batman to temporarily paralyze enemies.
  • Flamethrower: A miniature flamethrower used on Bat-Bane.
  • Flash Bang Grenades: Grenades that release a device that temporarily impairs visionary and auditory capabilities to those nearby after detonation.
  • Tear Gas Pellets: Small capsules that release tear gas with the breaking of the outer shell.
  • EMP Grenade: A small grenade which can destroy all electronics within a 7-foot radius.
  • Batclaw: A projectile similar to grappling guns which can pull down enemies and objects.
  • Bat-Cuffs: Bat shaped handcuffs made of light-weight diamond-impregnated nylon overtop a steel core.
  • Batlight: A standard flashlight.
  • Bat-Heater: A small bat-shaped tool used for heating or melting ice.
  • Line Launcher: A device that shoots steel cables out from both sides to get across large gaps.
  • Batrope: A light-weight ropes attached to Batarangs used to slow the rate of descant during high jumps and falls.
  • Bat-Saw: A portable saw used for cutting.
  • Cryptographic Sequencer: Used to remotely access and shut down power boxes used for shutting down electric fences and opening doors as well as accessing radiofrequency.
  • Collapsible Bat-Sword: A sword similar to lightsabers used to cut through objects such as steel.
  • Grappling Gun/Bat-Grapple: A projectile meant for the use in scaling large surfaces.
  • Bat-Bombs: Minature explosives used to blow down walls or doors.
  • Lock Pick: Lock Picks capable for breaking and entering.
  • Master Bat-Key: A master skeleton key.
  • Night Vision Bat-Goggles: A feature built into Batman's cowl using Starlite infrared capable of seeing the thermal output in dimmly-lit or non-lit scenarios.
  • Redbreather: Used to breathe underwater.
  • Thermite Grenades: A device used to burn through obstacles.
  • Evidence Bags: Bags for carrying crime scene evidence.
  • Fingerprint Dusting Kit: A small kit for dusting crime scenes when in search for fingerprints.
  • Batcall: A tool used to summon bats from the Batcave.
  • Bat-Tracer: Used as a tracking device to locate criminals.
  • Communications Devices: An earbug or handheld system used for communication with others.
  • Cryo Capsules: Small pill-like containing a cyronic acid which is released upon impacts.
  • Explosive Gel: A device which contains a gel that can explode when detonated.
  • Energy Deflector: Prototyple only. Used to deflect energy based weaponry/attacks.
  • First-Aid Kit: A simple kit for medical emergencies.
  • Kryptonite Ring: A ring for kryptonite stored inside of a lead box used in emergency situation against rogue Kyroptonitians.
  • Bat-Camera: A camera.
  • Micro-Cassette Recorder: A small recording device which uses cassettes.
  • Micro-Processor Power Source: The power source for a regular micro-processor.
  • Miniaturized Bat-Toolkit: A smaller but useful toolkit.
  • Miniaturized Smoke Grenades: Smaller smoke grenades used in an escape attempt or another form of distraction.
  • Minicam and Recorder: A miniature camera with a recorder.
  • Shark Repellent Bat Spray: A gas used on Sharks.
  • Smoke Pellets: Capsules that release gas on impact used to disorient opponents or as an escape tool.
  • Sonic Bat-Beacon: An electronic device that puts out high frequency calls to attract nearby bats.
  • Shock-Gloves: Gloves with a non-lethal electrical charge, used to stun enemies, to defibrillate and jump start lifts and electrically controlled gateaways.
  • Remote Control Batarang: A Batarang that can be controlled remotely with a camera as well as speed up and slow down features.

LEGO Dimensions

He and Robin were chasing Bane in the streets of Gotham City, but he witnessed Robin being sucked into a vortex with a chunk of Kryptonite. He came to the Mines of Moria in Middle-earth to Gandalf's aid as he was about to slay the Balrog, rescuing him from being killed in the pit below. After Frodo Baggins being sucked into the vortex with the One Ring, the two soon found themselves in Cloud Cuckoo Land, where they met Wyldstyle, just after Metalbeard was sucked into a vortex, and a petty fight between him and LEGO Movie Batman occurred. Soon, the trio were sucked into another vortex, sending them into Planet Vorton. After rebuilding the diminished LEGO Gateway, they arrived at the Yellow Brick Road in Oz, starting their journey to save the LEGO Multiverse.


Live-Action Films

  • In the 1943 serial, Batman, he was portrayed by the late Lewis Wilson.
  • In the 1949 serial, Batman and Robin, he was portrayed by the late Robert Lowery.
  • In Tim Burton's Batman duology, he was portrayed by Michael Keaton, who also played Jack Frost in the titular 1998 film, and voiced Jason Hudson in Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
  • In Batman Forever, he was portrayed by Val Kilmer, who also played Chris Knight in Real Genius, Madmartigan in Willow, and voiced Moses and God in The Prince of Egypt.
  • In Batman and Robin, he was portrayed by George Clooney, who also played Seth Gecko in From Dusk Till Dawn, Danny Ocean in the Ocean's Eleven films, and Michael Clayton in the titular 2007 film.
  • In the Christopher Nolan Dark Knight Trilogy, he was portrayed by Christian Bale, who also played John Preston in Equilibrium, and John Connor in Terminator: Salvation.
  • In the DC Extended Universe, he was portrayed by Ben Affleck, who also played AJ Frost in Armageddon, Daredevil in the titular 2003 film and Chris Wolff in The Accountant, and voiced Joseph in the titular 2000 film, Joseph: King of Dreams.
  • In Joker, young Bruce Wayne was portrayed by Dante Pereira-Olson.
  • In Matt Reeves' 2021 film, The Batman, he is portrayed by Robert Pattinson, who also played Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter: And the Goblet of Fire, and Edward Cullen in the Twilight series.

Animated Films

  • In Justice League: The New Frontier, he was voiced by Jeremy Sisto.
  • In Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, he was voiced by William Baldwin.
  • In DC Super Friends: The Joker’s Playhouse, he was voiced by Daran Norris, who also voiced Cosmo, Jorgen Von Strangle and Mr. Turner in The Fairly OddParents.
  • In Batman: Year One, he was voiced by Ben McKenzie, who also played James Gordon in Gotham.
  • In The Dark Knight Returns, he was voiced by Peter Weller, who also played RoboCop in the first two films and Mortal Kombat 11.
  • In DC Super Heroes Unite, he was voiced by Troy Baker, who also voiced Booker DeWitt in Bioshock: Infinite, Joel Miller in The Last of Us series, Erron Black in the Mortal Kombat series, Sam Drake in the Uncharted series, Talion in the Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor series, Delsin Rowe in Infamous: Second Son, Snow Villers in Final Fantasy XIII, Jack Mitchell in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Rhys in Tales from the Borderlands, Jake Muller in Resident Evil 6, Orkos in God of War: Ascension, Robin in Batman: Arkham City, Red Hood in Batman: Arkham Knight, Alec Mason in Red Faction: Guerrilla, Madarao in Kekkaishi, Abel Nightroad in Blood Trinity, and Kanji Tatsumi in Persona 4.
    • Baker reprised his voice for the character in Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Batman Be-Leaguered, Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League, Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Cosmic Clash, Lego DC Batman: Family Matters, Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes, Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, the titular Telltale video game series, and Lego Dimensions.
  • In The Lego Movie series, he is voiced by Will Arnett.
    • Arnett reprised his voice for his Lego character in Lego Dimensions.
  • In the DC Animated Movie Universe, he was voiced by Jason O'Mara and Kevin Conroy.
  • In the Batman: Unlimited animated films, he was voiced by Roger Craig Smith, who also voices Sonic the Hedgehog in numerous media and games, Ezio Auditore da Firenze in the Assassin's Creed series, Chris Redfield in the Resident Evil series, Batman in Batman: Arkham Origins, Captain America in the Marvel Animated Universe, Siegfried Schtauffen in the Soulcalibur series, Richard and Hawkodile in UniKitty!, Bushwhack and Boom Jet in Skylanders, and Kyle Crane in Dying Light.
    • Smith also voiced the character in Batman Ninja and Superman: Red Son.
  • In Justice League: Gods and Monsters, he was voiced by Michael C. Hall, who also played Dexter Morgan in the Dexter and Dexter: New Blood tv series.
  • In DC Super Heroes vs. Eagle Talon, he was voiced by Takayuki Yamada.
  • In Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, he was voiced by Jimmy Kimmel.
  • In Batman: Soul of the Dragon, he was voiced by David Giuntoli.
  • In Batman: The Long Halloween, Parts One and Two, he was voiced by Jensen Ackles, who also played Dean Winchester in Supernatural.
  • In Injustice, he was voiced by Anson Mount, who also played Christopher Pike in Star Trek: Discovery and Black Bolt in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and voiced Sebastian Castellanos in The Evil Within.
  • In the upcoming animated film DC League of Super-Pets, he is voiced by Keanu Reeves, who also played Ted Logan in the Bill & Ted films, Johnny Utah in Point Break, Jonathan Harker in Bram Stoker's Dracula, Jack Traven in Speed, Neo in The Matrix films, Johnny Mnemonic in the titular film and John Wick in the titular films, and voiced Johnny Silverhand in Cyberpunk 2077.


  • In the 1960s Batman TV series and titular 1966 film, he was portrayed by the late Adam West, who also played himself in Family Guy.
    • West reprised his role for the character in the 1979 series, Legends of the Superheroes, Animaniacs, voiced the character in two series in Super Friends, Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and Batman vs. Two-Face.
  • In The Batman/Superman Hour, he was voiced by the late Olan Soule.
    • Soule reprised his voice for the character in The Adventures of Superman, the Super Friends series except for two, Sesame Street, The New Scooby-Doo Movies,
  • In the 1972 Public Service Announcement, he was portrayed by the late Dick Gautier, who also voiced Rodimus Prime in Transformers, Spike Bulldog in Tom & Jerry Kids,
  • In Batman OnStar commercials, he was played by Bruce Thomas, who does the motion capture for Master Chief in Halo 4, Halo 5: Guardians and Halo: Infinite.
  • In the DC Animated Universe, he was voiced by Kevin Conroy, who also voiced Alien X in Ben 10: Alien Force.
    • Conroy also voiced the character in the Arkhamverse, the Injustice series, Batman: Gotham Knight, Superman/Batman animated films, Justice League: Doom, Batman: The Killing Joke, Tales of Metropolis and the Arrowverse.
  • In The Batman, he was voiced by Rino Romano, who also voiced Revan in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Monty in the third Stuart Little film, and King Pen and Scorp in Sykalnders.
  • In Batman: The Brave and the Bold, he was voiced by Diedrich Bader, who also voiced Hoss Delgado in The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy and Tank Evans in Surf's Up.
    • Bader reprised his voice for the character in JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time and Harley Quinn.
  • In Young Justice, he was voiced by Bruce Greenwood, who also played Christopher Pike in the 2009 Stark Trek films.
    • Greenwood also Voiced the character in Batman: Under the Red Hood and Batman: Gotham by Gaslight.
  • In Gotham, he was portrayed by David Mazouz, and Mikhail Mudrik older.
  • In The New Teen Titans, he was voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson, who also voiced Spawn in video games, and Gantu and Cobra Bubbles in Lilo & Stitch.
  • In Beware the Batman, he was voiced by Anthony Ruivivar.
  • In Titans, he is portrayed by Iain Glen, who also played Jorah Mormont in Game of Thrones.
  • In DC Super Hero Girls, he was voiced by Keith Ferguson, who also voiced Emmet Brickowski in The Lego Movie Videogame.
  • In Batwoman, he was portrayed by Warren Christie.

Video Games

  • In Batman: Dark Tomorrow, he was voiced by Julian Fletcher.
  • In Justice League Heroes, he was voiced by Ron Perlman, who also portrayed and voiced Hellboy and Felson in Season of the Witch, and voiced Kurtis Stryker and Scorpion in Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realms, and Conan the Barbarian in the titular 2007 video game.
  • Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, he was voiced by David Gazanna.
  • In the LittleBigPlanet series, he was voiced by Gary Martin.
  • In Lego Batman The Video Game, he was voiced by Steve Blum, who also voiced Spike Spiegel in Cowboy Bebop, Urdnot Grunt in the Mass Effect series, Bo' Rai Cho in Mortal Kombat X, Sub-Zero in Injustice 2, Vincent Valentine in Final Fantasy VII, Grayson Hunt in Bulletstorm, and Leeron Littner in Gurren Lagann.
  • In the Batman: Arkham series, while voiced by Conroy and Smith, he was also voiced by Kimberly Brooks (who also voiced Oracle in Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, and Bumblebee in 2019s DC Super Hero Girls) as a child, and Mark Hamill (who portrays Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars franchise) when possessing him.
  • The Dark Knight Rises video game, he was voice by Sean Schemmel.
  • In Gotham Knights, he was voiced by Michael Antonakos.


  • In The Adventures of Superman, he was voiced by the late Matt Crowley, the late Stacy Harris and the late Gary Merrill.
  • In Batman: The Lazarus Syndrome, he was voiced by Bob Sessions.

Musical Theatre

  • In an episode of MADtv parodying Batman: The Musical, he was played by Tommy Tune.
  • In Holy Musical B@man!, he was voiced by Joe Walker.


I made a promise on the grave of my parents to rid this city of the evil that took their lives. By day, I am Bruce Wayne, billionaire philanthropist. At night, criminals, a cowardly and superstitious lot, call me... Batman.
~ Bruce Wayne.
Twenty-five years... my parents murdered in front of my eyes... the wet rattle of my father's dying breath... the heavy emptiness invading my mother's dilating eyes... so long ago. Too long ago... Too long to feel the loss... or the rage... or the fear... all those things that made me... I can't remember my mother.
~ Bruce Wayne speaking of his parents deaths.
Tell everyone. All the punks, junkies, gunsels, enforcers... all the wise guys, leg-breakers, muscle boys... tell them they're finished. Tell them the streets belong to the Batman.
~ Batman.
Here's the real deal...you can't run, you walk. You can't walk, you crawl. That... is the only way... you don't lose. And this, well, take it from me... The Batman... this is the ultimate failure. This isn't "a wonderful life." You don't get to come back and shout "Merry Christmas Everybody!" Your loved ones have to live with your killing yourself everyday for the rest of their lives.
~ Batman.
I warned you back in Arkham-- I'd be watching you... waiting for the day you'd pick up that gun again.
~ Batman to Alberto Falcone.
You think that being a hero is fun? That it's a game? A hero is a person who stands apart. A hero is no longer part of the mainstream humanity. A hero treads the razor's edge between heaven and hell because a hero is not bound by sentimentality or the vagaries of public opinion. A hero is held to a higher standard of truth and justice.-- I'm a crime-fighter and a detective. I don't call myself a hero. It's not a job description...it's an apelation--bestowed upon one by posterity.
~ Batman to Lynx.
This is a war zone, and I progress with strategy. I have to be at least five moves ahead of my enemies, with five contingency plans, and five backup plans for those contingencies at all time. I appreciate that we may have similar goals, but we're not alike, Clark.
~ Batman to Superman.
This war was a mistake. It began as a game -- an exercise in planning and strategy that was never meant to happen. But now it has. The result? Thousands injured. Hundreds dead. Police... gangsters... civilians... friends. As things got worse, I kept playing the game. I knew the pieces. I knew the board. All I had to do was play the right moves... or so I thought. But war is not a game. It's an abomination. And this must be stopped... tonight! No more games. This is war.
~ Batman in War Games.
A few years ago I would have jumped at this chance to test myself against you. But time has taught me many valuable lessons. There's no reason for me to risk my life, coming in there after you. It would neither accomplish nor prove anything worthwhile. - Sometimes you have to ignore the rules. Sometimes circumstances are such that the rules pervert justice. I'm not in this business to protect the rules. I serve justice.
~ Batman to Anatoli Knyazev.
No harmony or integration. No speed or grace. My body knows what to do, but it's forgotten how. My back is healed, but the muscles are soft and lazy. My physical memory is shot. I've lost far more than I realized -- basic skills, automatic reflexes. Got to pull my mind away from the end of my goal... stop thinking and exist for the moment, in the here and now. Relax and take each step in its time -- let each move flow from the last and into the next. Stay within myself at all times... expanding the ambition of each move only when and as my skills return. Learn to absorb acceptable and necessary losses -- to achieve every available gain... and to prevail, even poorly... but at least to prevail.
~ Batman.
You want to kill Gotham?! For being weak! For being afraid! For failing again and again and again! I am Gotham. Kill me.
~ Prime Earth Batman.


  • He was born on February 19.
  • Batman is one of the heroes of the 2013 video game, Injustice: Gods Among Us. His counterpart from the Regime universe is one of the heroes opposing Superman.
  • His LEGO counterpart is a hero in the 2014 movie, The LEGO Movie, as well as the main protagonist of his own spin-off movie, The LEGO Batman Movie.
  • Bruce Wayne was mentioned in the movie Joker, since young Bruce Wayne will one day grow up to become Batman and save Gotham from the chaos and corruption that plagues it.


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Bat Family
Batman | Robin | Red Robin (Tim Drake) | Damian Wayne | Nightwing | Batgirl/Oracle | Batwoman | Batwing | Catwoman | Alfred Pennyworth | Red Hood | Azrael | Orphan | The Spoiler | Huntress (Helena Wayne / Helena Bertenelli) | Bluebird | The Signal | Jace Fox | Ace the Bat-Hound | Bat-Cow | Bat-Mite

Supporting Characters
Charlotte Gage-Radcliffe | Gotham Girl | Gray Ghost | Harley Quinn | Harvey Bullock | James Gordon | Renee Montoya | Jonah Hex | Julia Pennyworth | Lucius Fox | Katana | Lady Shiva | Night Runner | Olive Silverlock | Poison Ivy | Vicki Vale | The Creeper

Mystery Analysts of Gotham | Wayne Enterprises | Birds of Prey | Teen Titans | Justice League

Theatrical Movies
Batman (1989): Batman | Vicki Vale | Alfred Pennyworth | Harvey Dent
Batman Returns: Batman | Alfred Pennyworth | Catwoman
Batman Forever: Batman | Robin | Dr. Chase Meridian | Alfred Pennyworth
Batman & Robin: Batman | Robin | Batgirl | Alfred Pennyworth
Batman Begins: Batman | Alfred Pennyworth | James Gordon | Lucius Fox | Rachel Dawes | Thomas Wayne
The Dark Knight: Batman | James Gordon | Harvey Dent | Alfred Pennyworth | Lucius Fox | Rachel Dawes | Anthony Garcia
The Dark Knight Rises: Batman | James Gordon | John Blake | Catwoman | Lucius Fox | Alfred Pennyworth | Harvey Dent | Rachel Dawes | Anthony Garcia | Thomas Wayne
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: Batman | Superman | Wonder Woman | Alfred Pennyworth | Lois Lane | Calvin Swanwick | The Flash | Aquaman | Cyborg
Suicide Squad: Deadshot | Harley Quinn | Rick Flag | Katana | El Diablo | Batman
The LEGO Batman Movie: Batman | Robin | Batgirl | Alfred Pennyworth
Joker (2019): Thomas Wayne
The Batman (2022): Batman | Catwoman | Alfred Pennyworth | James Gordon

Direct-to-video Movies
Son of Batman: Batman | Robin | Nightwing | Alfred Pennyworth | James Gordon | Thomas Wayne
Batman vs. Robin: Robin | Batman | Nightwing | Alfred Pennyworth | Thomas Wayne | Martha Wayne
Batman: Bad Blood: Batwoman | Batman | Nightwing | Robin | Batgirl | Alfred Pennyworth | Lucius Fox | Batwing
Batman: Hush: Batman | Alfred Pennyworth | Catwoman | Nightwing | Superman | Lois Lane | Batgirl | Robin

Batman: The Animated Series: Batman | Nightwing | Robin | Batgirl | Alfred Pennyworth | James Gordon | Catwoman | Harvey Dent | Charlie Collins | The Creeper | Earl Cooper | Gray Ghost | Michael Stromwell
The Batman (2004): Batman | Alfred Pennyworth | Robin | Batgirl | James Gordon | Lucius Fox | Detective Ethan Bennett | Ellen Yin | Justice League (Martian Manhunter, Superman, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, The Flash, & Hawkman)
Batman: The Brave and the Bold: Batman | Superman | Wonder Woman | Green Arrow | Blue Beetle | Plastic Man | Aquaman | Red Tornado
Beware the Batman: Batman | Katana | Alfred Pennyworth | James Gordon | Metamorpho | Manhunter
Harley Quinn: Batman | Robin | Batgirl | Catwoman | James Gordon | Alfred Pennyworth | Justice League (Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman & Zatanna) | Lois Lane

Video Games
LEGO Batman: Batman | Robin
LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes: Superman
Arkhamverse: Bat Family (Batman | Oracle | Robin | Nightwing | Red Hood | Alfred Pennyworth | Lucius Fox) | James Gordon | Catwoman | Azrael | Poison Ivy | Aaron Cash | Vicki Vale | Penelope Young | Anne Bishop | Fiona Wilson | Stacey Baker
Injustice: Batman | Harley Quinn | Catwoman | Black Canary | Deathstroke

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Justice League | Justice League Dark | Justice League International | Super Buddies

Aquaman | Atom | Batman | Black Canary (Dinah Drake) | Cyborg | The Flash (Barry Allen | Wally West) | Green Arrow | Green Lantern | Hawkgirl | Hawkman | Martian Manhunter | Superman | Wonder Woman

Adam Strange | Agent Liberty | Alan Scott | Amazing Man | Ambush Bug | Amethyst | Andrew Bennett | Animal Man | Antaeus | Atomica | August General in Iron | Azrael | Aztek | Bart Allen | Batwing | Batwoman | Beast Boy | Big Barda | Black Condor | Black Lightning | Black Orchid | Blue Beetle | Blue Devil | Blue Jay | Booster Gold | Bronze Tiger | Captain Atom | Captain Cold | Catwoman | Commander Steel | Congorilla | Creeper | Crimson Fox | Damian Wayne | Deadman | Detective Chimp | Doctor Fate | Doctor Light | Doctor Mist | Donna Troy | Element Woman | Elongated Man | Emiko Queen | Equinox | Etrigan | Faith | Fire | Firehawk | Firestorm | Frankenstein | General Glory | Geo-Force | Guardian | Guy Gardner | Gypsy | Harley Quinn | Hourman | Huntress | Ice | Jackson Hyde | Jade | Jaime Reyes | James Gordon | Jericho | Jesse Quick | Jessica Cruz | John Constantine | John Stewart | Katana | Kid Flash | Killer Frost | Kyle Rayner | Lex Luthor | Lightray | Lobo | Lois Lane | Madame Xanadu | Maxima | Mera | Metamorpho | Mister Miracle | Miss Martian | Mister Terrific | Mon-El | Moon Maiden | Natasha Irons | Nightmare Nurse | Nightwing | Oracle | Orion | Pandora | Pariah | Phantom Stranger | Plastic Man | Power Girl | Question | Raven | Red Arrow | Red Tornado | Rocket Red | Ryan Choi | Saturn Girl | Shade the Changing Mann | Shazam | Silver Sorceress | Simon Baz | Starfire | Stargirl | Steel | Steve Trevor | Supergirl | Swamp Thing | Tasmanian Devil | Ted Kord | Tempest | Tomorrow Woman | Triumph | Vibe | Vixen | Zatanna | Zauriel

Theatrical Movies
Justice League: Justice League (Superman | Batman | Wonder Woman | The Flash | Cyborg | Aquaman) | Alfred Pennyworth | James Gordon | Mera | Lois Lane | Hippolyta | Zeus | Artemis | Green Lantern Corps
Zack Snyder's Justice League: Justice League (Superman | Batman | Wonder Woman | The Flash | Cyborg | Aquaman) | Alfred Pennyworth | James Gordon | Mera | Lois Lane | Hippolyta | Nuidis Vulko | Martian Manhunter | Zeus | Artemis | Green Lantern Corps

Direct-to-video Movies
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox: The Flash | Batman | Thomas Wayne | Cyborg | Kal-El | Cole Cash | Godiva | Steve Trevor | Lois Lane | Etrigan | S.H.A.Z.A.M. | Samuel Lane
Justice League: War: Justice League (Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Shazam, & Cyborg) | Steve Trevor | Freddy Freeman |Sarah Charles | Thomas Morrow | Silas Stone
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis: Aquaman: | Atlanna | Mera | Justice League (Batman, Cyborg, The Flash, Green Lantern, Shazam, Superman, & Wonder Woman) | Steve Trevor | Lois Lane
Justice League vs. Teen Titans: Teen Titans (Raven, Robin, Starfire, Blue Beetle, Beast Boy, & Nightwing) | Justice League (Batman, Cyborg, The Flash, Superman, & Wonder Woman)

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August General in Iron | Batman | Batwing | Black Canary | Blue Beetle | Booster Gold | Captain Atom | Captain Marvel | Doctor Fate | Doctor Light | Fire | Green Lantern | Hawkman | Hawkwoman | Huntress | Ice | Kilowog | Martian Manhunter | Mister Miracle | Olympian | OMAC | Rocket Red | Vixen

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Atom | Black Canary | Doctor Fate | Doctor Mid-Nite | Flash | Green Lantern | Hawkman | Hourman | Mister Terrific | Sandman | Spectre | Starman | Wildcat

Air Wave | Amazing Man | Atom Smasher | Batman | Black Adam | Captain Marvel | Citizen Steel | Cyclone | Damage | Darknight | Hawkgirl | Hippolyta | Huntress | Jakeem Thunder | Johnny Thunder | Judomaster | King Chimera | Liberty Belle | Lightning | Magog | Miss America | Mister America | Obsidian | Power Girl | Red Beetle | Red Tornado | Ri | Robin | Sand | Stargirl | Star-Spangled Kid | S.T.R.I.P.E. | Thunderbolt | Tomcat | Superman | Wonder Woman

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Arsenal | Atomic Knight | Batgirl | Batman | Black Lightning | Captain Boomerang, Jr. | Captain Marvel, Jr. | Catwoman | Creeper | Dervish | Doctor Light | Eradicator | Faust | Francine Langstrom | Freight Train | Geo-Force | Grace Choi | Green Arrow | Halo | Huntress | Indigo | Jade | Katana | Looker | Martian Manhunter | Metamorpho | Nightwing | Owlman | ReMac | Shift | Signal | Starfire | Technocrat | Terra | Thunder | Windfall | Wylde

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Animated Features
Mewsette | Jaune Tom | Robespierre | Bilbo Baggins | Gandalf | Thorin Oakenshield | Bard the Bowman | Elrond | Thranduil | Sméagol | Fíli and Kíli | Dwalin | Balin | Óin | Glóin | Dori | Nori | Ori | Bifur | Bofur | Bombur | Frodo Baggins | Samwise Gamgee | Aragorn | Meriadoc Brandybuck | Peregrin Took | Éowyn | Théoden | Peter Dickinson | Vinnie Genzianna | Crazy Shapiro | Rozzie Featherschneid | Eva | Batman (DCAU) | Thumbelina | Prince Cornelius | Jacquimo | Li'l Bee, Gnatty, & Baby Bug | Mother | Hero | Stanley | Gus | Rosie | Michael Jordan | Stan Podolak | Bugs Bunny | Lola Bunny | Daffy Duck | Danny Cat | Sawyer Cat | Kayley | Garrett | Devon and Cornwall | Ayden | Lady Juliana | Sir Lionel | Bladebeak | Stan Marsh | Kyle Broflovski | Eric Cartman | Kenny McCormick | Iron Giant | Hogarth Hughes | Annie Hughes | Dean McCoppin | General Rogard | Wakko Warner | Osmosis Jones | Leah Estrogen | Drix | Frank DeTorre | D.J. Drake | Kate Houghton | Damian Drake | Mother | Dusty Tails | Hero Boy | Hero Girl | Conductor | Billy the Lonely Boy | Know-It-All | Hobo | Smokey and Steamer | Victor Van Dort | Emily | Scraps | Lucas Nickle | Zoc | Hova | Queen Ant | Wasps | Robin (Original) | Starfire (Original) | Raven (Original) | Cyborg (Original) | Beast Boy (Original) | Mumble | Gloria | Ramón | Nestor | Raul | Lombardo | Rinaldo | Noah the Elder | Memphis | Norma Jean | Leonardo | Raphael | Donatello | Michelangelo | Splinter | April O'Neil | Casey Jones | Max Winters | Soren | Gylfie | Digger | Twilight | Eglantine | Noctus | Marella | Ezylryb | Jimbo Farrar | Carmen | Lovelace | Emmet Brickowski | Wyldstyle | Vitruvius | Batman (Lego) | UniKitty | Benny | Metalbeard | Good Cop | President Business | Finn | The Man Upstairs | Mordecai | Rigby | Benson Dunwoody | Pops Maellard | Skips | Muscle Man | Hi Five Ghost | Junior | Tulip | Diamond Destiny | Alfred Pennyworth | Robin | Batgirl | Lloyd Garmadon | Kai | Jay Walker | Nya | Cole | Zane | Master Wu | Misako | Lloyd Garmadon (2017) | Kai (2017) | Jay (2017) | Cole (2017) | Zane (2017) | Nya (2017) | Robin | Beast Boy | Cyborg | Starfire | Raven | Migo | Meechee | Queen Watevra Wa’Nabi | Sweet Mayhem | Scorpion | Liu Kang | Raiden | Johnny Cage | Sonya Blade | Kitana | Jax Briggs | Reptile | Nitara | Scooby-Doo (2020) | Shaggy Rogers (2020) | Fred Jones (2020) | Daphne Blake (2020) | Velma Dinkley (2020) | Blue Falcon (2020) | Dynomutt (2020) | Captain Caveman (2020) | Dee Dee Skyes (2020) | Kung Lao | Kurtis Stryker | Jade | Cyrax | Smoke | Li Mei | LeBron James | Dom James | Courage the Cowardly Dog | Muriel Bagge

Live-Action Films
Dorothy Gale | Toto | Scarecrow | Tin Woodman | Cowardly Lion | Wizard of Oz | Glinda the Good Witch of the North | The Munchkins | Aunt Em | Sam Spade | Miles Archer | Effie Perine | Rick Blaine | Victor Laszlo | Ilsa Lund | Eliza Doolittle (My Fair Lady 1964) | Harry Callahan | Superman (Christopher Reeve Series) | Danny Torrance | Dick Hallorann | Wendy Torrance | Rick Deckard | Gizmo | Billy Peltzer | Kate Beringer | Mr. Wing | Supergirl (Donnerverse) | The Goonies (Mikey, Brand, Chunk, Mouth, Data, Andy & Stef) | Sloth Fratelli | Marion Cobretti | Seymour Krelborn | Audrey | Adam Maitland | Barbara Maitland | Lydia Deetz | Batman | Vicki Vale | Alfred Pennyworth | Harvey Dent | Forster | Luke Eveshim | Helga Eveshim | Robin Hood | Will Scarlet | Azeem | Friar Tuck | Dr. Richard Kimble | Sara Crewe | Robin | Dr. Chase Meridian | Michael Jordan | Stan Podolak | Bugs Bunny | Lola Bunny | Daffy Duck | President James Dale | General Decker | Byron Williams | Barbara Land | Tom Jones | Taffy Dale | Billy Glenn Norris | Richie Norris | Grandma Norris | Cedric and Neville Williams | Batgirl | Neo | Morpheus | Trinity | Carter Blake | Susan McCallister | Russell Franklin | Janice Higgins | Tom Scoggins | Jim Whitlock | Sherman "Preacher" Dudley | Paul Edgecomb | John Coffey | Brutus "Brutal" Howell | Eduard Delacroix | Gracie Hart | Mr. Jingles | Lou | Butch | Ivy | Sam | Peek | Osmosis Jones | Leah Estrogen | Drix | Frank DeTorre | Harry Potter | Ron Weasley | Hermione Granger | Sheldon Mopes | Rainbow Randolph | Scooby-Doo | Shaggy Rogers | Fred Jones | Daphne Blake | Velma Dinkley | Mary Jane | Emile Mondavarious | Chris McCormick | Sheriff Sam Parker | Kangaroo Jack | Charlie Carbone | D.J. Drake | Kate Houghton | Damian Drake | Mother | Dusty Tails | Patrick Wisely | Jeremiah Wickles | Xan | Duma | Ripkuna | Peter | Kristin | Rip's Family | Charlie Bucket | Willy Wonka | Joe Bucket | Oompa Loompas | Mr. Bucket | Mrs. Bucket | Charlie's Grandparents | Candyman | V | Evey Hammond | King Leonidas | Sweeney Todd | Johanna Barker | Anthony Hope | Tobias Ragg | Maxwell Smart | Max | Wild Things (Carol, K.W., Douglas, Ira, Judith, Alexander & The Bull) | Diggs | Catherine | Seamus | Yogi Bear | Boo-Boo Bear | Ranger Smith | Rachel Johnson | Frog-Mouthed Turtle | Ranger Jones | Babydoll | Sweet Pea | Rocket | Blondie | Amber | Barnabas Collins | Victoria Winters | Elizabeth Collins Stoddard | Carolyn Stoddard | David Collins | Josette du Pres | Willie Loomis | Bilbo Baggins | Gandalf | Thorin Oakenshield | Fíli | Kíli | Dwalin | Balin | Óin | Glóin | Dori | Nori | Ori | Bifur | Bofur | Bombur | Radagast | Elrond | Galadriel | Sméagol | Gwaihir | Frodo Baggins | Raleigh Becket | Stacker Pentecost | Mako Mori | Bard the Bowman | Beorn | Legolas | Tauriel | Thranduil | Godzilla | Ford Brody | Ishiro Serizawa | Vivienne Graham | William Stenz | Joseph Brody | Sandra Brody | Elle Brody | Joseph Cooper | Amelia Brand | Dáin Ironfoot | Napoleon Solo | Illya Kuryakin | Gaby Teller | Alexander Waverly | Tarzan | Jane Porter | George Washington Williams | Akut | Kala | Kerchak | King Kong | James Conrad | Mason Weaver | Hank Marlow | William Randa | Houston Brooks | San Lin | The Losers Club (Bill Denbrough, Ben Hanscom, Beverly Marsh, Eddie Kaspbrak, Mike Hanlon, Richie Tozier & Stan Uris) | K | Lara Croft | Richard Croft | Lu Ren | Parzival | Art3mis | Curator | Anorak | Daito | Aech | Sho | Davis Okoye | Dr. Kate Caldwell | George | Agent Harvey Russell | Jonas Taylor | Suyin Zhang | Dr. Minway Zhang | Meiying Zhang | Jaxx | Mac | DJ | Lori Taylor | Dr. Heller | Toshi | The Wall | Mowgli | Bagheera | Baloo | Kaa | Akela | Bhoot | Nisha | Vihaan | Gray Brother | Colonel Hathi | Detective Pikachu | Tim Goodman | Lucy Stevens | Mothra | Rodan | Mark Russell | Madison Russell | Emma Russell | Sam Coleman | Ilene Chen | Rick Stanton | Behemoth | Scylla | Methuselah | Queen MUTO | Harley Williams | Beth Williams | Austin Williams | Snorky | Paige | Zoe | Parker | Abra Stone | Billy Freeman | Roger | Gwen | Old Ed | Duke | Tom Cat | Jerry Mouse | Kayla Forester | Spike Bulldog | Toodles Galore | Ilene Andrews | Nathan Lind | Jia | Josh Valentine | Bernie Hayes | Cole Young | Sonya Blade | Jax Briggs | Liu Kang | Kung Lao | Raiden | Scorpion | LeBron James | Dom James

Video Games
Talion | Celebrimbor | Batman | Lucius Fox | James Gordon | Renee Montoya | Peter Grogan | Catwoman | Harvey Dent | John Doe | Alfred Pennyworth | Iman Avesta | Vernon Blake | Tiffany Fox

Bugs Bunny | Daffy Duck | Porky Pig | Lola Bunny | Tweety Bird | Sylvester | Granny | Elmer Fudd | Yosemite Sam | Tasmanian Devil | Foghorn Leghorn | Road Runner | Speedy Gonzales | Pepé Le Pew

See Also
Adventure Time Heroes | Amblin Entertainment Heroes | Animalympics Heroes | Arrowverse Heroes | Batman Heroes | Ben 10 Heroes | Camp Lazlo Heroes | Cartoon Network Heroes | Castle Rock Entertainment Heroes | Cats & Dogs Heroes | Courage the Cowardly Dog Heroes | Craig of the Creek Heroes | DC Animated Movie Universe Heroes | DC Extended Universe Heroes | DC Super Hero Girls Heroes | Friends Heroes | Game of Thrones Heroes | Hanna Barbera Heroes | Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe Heroes | Happy Feet Heroes | Harry Potter Heroes | Jellystone! Heroes | Laika Heroes | Legendary Entertainment Heroes | Loonatics Unleashed Heroes | Looney Tunes Heroes | Mad Max Heroes | Middle-Earth Heroes | MonsterVerse Heroes | Mortal Kombat Heroes | New Line Cinema Heroes | Pokémon Heroes | Powerpuff Girls Heroes | Regular Show Heroes | Rick and Morty Heroes | Road Rovers Heroes | Sesame Street Heroes | Scooby-Doo Heroes | South Park Heroes | Space Jam Heroes | Stephen King Heroes | Steven Universe Heroes | Superman Heroes | The Amazing World of Gumball Heroes | The Flintstones Heroes | The Jetsons Heroes | The Larry Sanders Show Heroes | The LEGO Movie Heroes | The West Wing Heroes | Tim Burton Heroes | Tiny Toon Adventures Heroes | Tom and Jerry Heroes | TMNT Heroes | Veep Heroes | Village Roadshow Pictures Heroes | We Bare Bears Heroes | Westworld Heroes | Xiaolin Showdown Heroes | Yu-Gi-Oh! Heroes

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