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He actually said it in Dawn of Justice. He said to Alfred, 20 years in Gotham, Alfred. We've seen what promises are worth. and as we all know he lives in Gotham since he was born, therefore 20 years as Batman. No plot issue.


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The movie suit: Bruce: Silica-based quartz and fabric. Abrasion resistant. Heat resistant. Barry: Uh, yeah, I do competitive ice dancing. Bruce: It's what they use on the space shuttle to prevent it from burning up on reentry. Barry: I do... very competitive ice dancing. -Justice League, 2017 The TV suit is repurposed from a prototype ...


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Because it wouldn't have changed anything. Harvey: The world is cruel. And the only morality in a cruel world, is chance. Unbiased. Unprejudiced. Fair. Your boy has the same chances she had; fifty-fifty. In Dent's mind, there's a fifty percent chance that Rachel would have lived. Ask yourself, does a truthful Joker really alter that chance? Considering ...


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The location of Mogo's ring changed throughout time. For instance, during the Krona arc, Green Lantern Corps #60 (2011) had Kyle and John reaching Mogo's brain and ring at its core. This version of the ring is quite tall: After Mogo becomes the Green Lantern Corps headquarters instead of Oa. Hal finds Saint Walker in Green Lantern #28 (2014) and encounters ...


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Because Batman does feel responsible for Rachel's death Batman may have chosen to go and save Rachel after the interrogation, but that doesn't mean that he put his responsibilities "at ease" when he found out later, that the Joker had lied to him. In the passage you included, this is clearly stated: Harvey: The world is cruel. And the only morality in a ...


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Several entities now know how to make power rings, power batteries, and even central power batteries since Blackest Knight. Green - each Guardian of the Universe knows how to make a ring, battery, and central power battery. Natromo of Nok (see Indigo, below), and with him possibly John Stewart and Mogo the planet, now know how to make a central power ...


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In the present Arrowverse, they have their own Justice League which consists of Flash Supergirl Superman Martian Manhunter Batwoman Black Lightning White Canary(Sara Lance) This Justice League was formed after the events of Crisis on Infinite Earths when the Earths of the different shows were combined to form a single Earth-Prime. Currently, the shows ...


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Two Face's coin would likely have been a "Peace Dollar," the most common dollar coin in circulation at the time of his origin in 1942. Minted from 1921 to 1928, and again from 1934 to 1935, the Peace Dollar had the head of Liberty on the obverse, and an American Bald Eagle perched on a rock over the word "Peace" on the reverse. They are 90% silver and 10% ...


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I believe that Metropolis was probably based on Cleveland initially since that's where the creators of Superman are from and it was one of the largest cities in North America at it's inception. Since that time, it has taken on characteristics of other major mid western cities.


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The only "green-skinned" Green Lantern from Earth was Jennifer-Lynn Scott-Hayden, aka "Jade". GL Wiki entry here, DC Wiki entry here. As the daughter of the first Green Lantern, magical Green Lantern Alan Scott from the 1940s Justice Society of America, Jennifer-Lynn had green skin and a "power pulse" on her right palm that duplicated her father's Green ...


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You are talking about Kreon of Tebis, Green Lantern of Sector 2002. (DC Database entry here.) Kreon was one of the "temporary" Green Lanterns recruited by Hal Jordan before he went crazy and killed anyone in his way to Oa during Emerald Twilight. Wikipedia says "At one point, he was described as one of the greatest and most decisive war leaders in the ...


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You're looking for General Kreon as he was re-introduced during Green Lantern #12 (2006) as one of the "Lost Lanterns" that Hal Jordan killed when he was Parallax. Not part of the Blackest Night arc, but very shortly before. General Kreon is one of the greatest and most decisive war leaders in the universe. You never see a beam from his ring. The ...


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The answer is "yes", his power still works. The only instance where I can produce evidence for comes from the run of Justice Society, circa 2002. In the story, Hawkwoman, Mr. Terrific, and Captain Marvel are all thrown deep into the past to ancient Egypt. There they fight Vandal Savage and Ahk-Ton, perhaps the original Metamorpho born of the Orb of Ra. ...


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I’ll give my view by sharing another Hollywood example. In his first fight with Bane, Batman had lost his fire, his “eye of the tiger” if you will. He appeared to have spent his years of solitude(following Harvey’s death) wallowing in self pity and depression, welcoming death and allowing his mind and body to deteriorate to a state reminiscent of Howard ...


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You are confusing the anti-matter universe of Qward, which is a Green Lantern staple, with the dimension of Earth-2 (sometimes Earth-3) where the majority of people on Earth are evil-minded, Superman is Ultraman, Wonder Woman is Superwoman, Batman is Owlman, etc. Earth-2 is featured in JLA/Justice League comics. The antimatter universe of Qward is where ...


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The best answer right now is that we just don’t know and that in part is because DC doesn’t seem to know. The critical and financial failures of the justice league and Batman vs Superman films made Warner Brothers rethink there plans and from what we can tell success of wonder woman, Aquaman and Shazam has led to them focusing on standalone movies rather ...


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Whatever Bat-gadget is considered "never leave home without it" varies by depiction (comic series, TV show, movie series, etc). Sometimes changes to the standard arsenal are part of the setting: futuristic versions of Bat-gadgets and the Batsuit in Batman Beyond are intended to set it apart from Batman: The Animated Series. Your list does cover many staples ...


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It's from the Superboy TV series, namely season 4, episode 13, "West of Alpha Centauri". From Wikipedia: Superboy and Lana are kidnapped and taken aboard a spaceship whose destination is a paradise planet just west of Alpha Centauri. Inside the ship, Superboy finds most of the occupants are prisoners of a deranged captain, and they all believe Superboy ...


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This depends on the version of Nightwing we're speaking of. Most modern versions carry some form of Utility belt..... Young justice version Titans version... Arkham Knight version... Various comic armor versions [ note the red lines]. These belts can take various forms, from military-like satchels, to small compartments weaved into his suit. They are ...


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While the main story of Green Lantern: Legacy (2020) isn't canon, most of its Green Lantern Corps lore from is spot on. For what it's worth, the main character (Tai) experiences exactly this when he has to recharge his ring for the first time: the ring takes him to the closest power battery, namely that of his late grandmother, stored in what only appears to ...


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Batman has received parking tickets on multiple occasions. In All Star Section 8, a What-If comic published by DC. And in Batman and Robin Adventures #18: Albeit the ticket turns out to be illegitimate


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There's also Timothy Drake who figured out Batman's identity by watching Dick Grayson's Robin do a certain circus flip that only the Flying Graysons could do. And through that, he figured out Batman was Bruce Wayne as he knew that Dick was his ward, and thus it was only logical that Bruce Wayne would also be Batman


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So after some thought, I think I figured it out. I'm not going accept my own answer though, in case someone else knows better. Firstly, I think the answer is yes there is a Dark Multiverse Darkseid. Here's what I think happened. In the Dark Multiverse's Final Crisis This is why, in Tales of The Dark Multiverse: Blackest Night After this, I suspect that ...


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1940: In the form Up in the sky! Look! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Superman! it was part of the introduction to each episode of the Superman radio serial, which first aired on February 12, 1940. You can listen to it at the Internet Archive.


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In 1941 and 1942, Fleischer Studios produced a series of seventeen animated shorts featuring Superman for Paramount Pictures. (Fleischer produced the first eight as an independent company before being acquired by Paramount in 1942). Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's SUP-er-man!" is used as the introductory sequence for the very first ...


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