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thomas wayne: Austin Gilkeson @osutein Bruce Wayne paying 90% taxes on income and capital gains over $10 million would do more to help Gotham than Batman ever could. Let's Talk Justice League! @letstalkjla 2d What's your most controversial opinion about Batman? despicabledeadpool: midnight-revelation: despicabledeadpool: Dude, he’s like, the ultimate philanthropist  Gotham, before Bruce Wayne returns to it, is literally falling apart and he all but single-handedly provides the funds necessary to maintain the infrastructure of the city. He keeps the hospitals up and running, prevents the schools from shutting down, keeps Gotham Police Department functional, and keeps organized crime out of Blüdhaven by rebuilding it and revitalizing the job sector. Philanthropic billionaire Bruce Wayne is responsible for this, not The Dark Knight Batman. He had absolutely no obligation to do any of this. He didn’t have to start The Martha Wayne Foundation or The Thomas Wayne Foundation or Wayne Medical or Wayne Industries. He did it because to save Gotham, it would take more than just Batman beating up on the bad guys, stopping organized crime, and getting rid of corrupt officials. Saving a city from crime means nothing if the city and its people are in physical and financial ruin when all is said and done. ┏┓  ┃┃╱╲ in this┃╱╱╲╲  city╱╱╭╮╲╲  we ▔▏┗┛▕▔    appreciate╱▔▔▔▔▔▔▔▔▔▔╲  Bruce Wayne╱╱┏┳┓╭╮┏┳┓ ╲╲ ▔▏┗┻┛┃┃┗┻┛▕▔
thomas wayne: Austin Gilkeson
 @osutein
 Bruce Wayne paying 90% taxes on
 income and capital gains over $10
 million would do more to help Gotham
 than Batman ever could.
 Let's Talk Justice League! @letstalkjla 2d
 What's your most controversial opinion about
 Batman?
despicabledeadpool:

midnight-revelation:
despicabledeadpool:

Dude, he’s like, the ultimate philanthropist 

Gotham, before Bruce Wayne returns to it, is literally falling apart and he all but single-handedly provides the funds necessary to maintain the infrastructure of the city. He keeps the hospitals up and running, prevents the schools from shutting down, keeps Gotham Police Department functional, and keeps organized crime out of Blüdhaven by rebuilding it and revitalizing the job sector. Philanthropic billionaire Bruce Wayne is responsible for this, not The Dark Knight Batman. He had absolutely no obligation to do any of this. He didn’t have to start The Martha Wayne Foundation or The Thomas Wayne Foundation or Wayne Medical or Wayne Industries. He did it because to save Gotham, it would take more than just Batman beating up on the bad guys, stopping organized crime, and getting rid of corrupt officials. Saving a city from crime means nothing if the city and its people are in physical and financial ruin when all is said and done.

┏┓  ┃┃╱╲ in this┃╱╱╲╲  city╱╱╭╮╲╲  we ▔▏┗┛▕▔    appreciate╱▔▔▔▔▔▔▔▔▔▔╲  Bruce Wayne╱╱┏┳┓╭╮┏┳┓ ╲╲ ▔▏┗┻┛┃┃┗┻┛▕▔

despicabledeadpool: midnight-revelation: despicabledeadpool: Dude, he’s like, the ultimate philanthropist  Gotham, before Bruce Wayne...

thomas wayne: From @hjaved.art - Had a go at Thomas Wayne-Flashpoint Batman since we're now getting a Flashpoint movie. Safe to say Snyder nailed the casting of Bruce's parents.
thomas wayne: From @hjaved.art - Had a go at Thomas Wayne-Flashpoint Batman since we're now getting a Flashpoint movie. Safe to say Snyder nailed the casting of Bruce's parents.

From @hjaved.art - Had a go at Thomas Wayne-Flashpoint Batman since we're now getting a Flashpoint movie. Safe to say Snyder nailed the c...

thomas wayne: THE,FLASH IGI@cBMHYPE FLASHPOINT IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY TheFlash's first solo movie will officially be the FlashPoint storyline. Theory by @dc.marvel.unite with additional info: What if The Flash was told by Batman in JusticeLeague that he could travel back in time as seen in BatmanVSuperman. Since BarryAllen realizes that and gets the idea to do it since he witnessed his mother's death by the hands of the infamous 'Man in the Yellow Suit' aka EobardThawne- ReverseFlash. When he finally saves her he creates an alternate timeline reality where BruceWayne was murdered instead of his parents, Thomas Wayne becomes the FlashPoint Batman and Martha Wayne becomes the FlashPoint female Joker. Harleen Quinzel become Yo-Yo instead of HarleyQuinn. Kal-El's Kryptonian ship crash lands in Metropolis and is captured by the U.S. government. Cyborg is sent by the President of the United States to created a team of superheroes to stop the war between Aquaman's Atlantean army and WonderWoman's Amazonian Warriors. As you call the tell by this storyline, this could've been another Justice League movie. What's your thought on this being the Flash's first movie?🤔| {Art by @SkyWalker_FX101 and FlashPoint Logo by @Barrett.Digital } - BVS SuicideSquad dcfilms thedarkknight dcuniverse Darkseid JLA DCEU DCExtendedUniverse injustice dccinematicuniverse dccomics dcuniverse detectivecomics
thomas wayne: THE,FLASH IGI@cBMHYPE
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TheFlash's first solo movie will officially be the FlashPoint storyline. Theory by @dc.marvel.unite with additional info: What if The Flash was told by Batman in JusticeLeague that he could travel back in time as seen in BatmanVSuperman. Since BarryAllen realizes that and gets the idea to do it since he witnessed his mother's death by the hands of the infamous 'Man in the Yellow Suit' aka EobardThawne- ReverseFlash. When he finally saves her he creates an alternate timeline reality where BruceWayne was murdered instead of his parents, Thomas Wayne becomes the FlashPoint Batman and Martha Wayne becomes the FlashPoint female Joker. Harleen Quinzel become Yo-Yo instead of HarleyQuinn. Kal-El's Kryptonian ship crash lands in Metropolis and is captured by the U.S. government. Cyborg is sent by the President of the United States to created a team of superheroes to stop the war between Aquaman's Atlantean army and WonderWoman's Amazonian Warriors. As you call the tell by this storyline, this could've been another Justice League movie. What's your thought on this being the Flash's first movie?🤔| {Art by @SkyWalker_FX101 and FlashPoint Logo by @Barrett.Digital } - BVS SuicideSquad dcfilms thedarkknight dcuniverse Darkseid JLA DCEU DCExtendedUniverse injustice dccinematicuniverse dccomics dcuniverse detectivecomics

TheFlash's first solo movie will officially be the FlashPoint storyline. Theory by @dc.marvel.unite with additional info: What if The Fla...

thomas wayne: JUSTICE LEAGUE THE FLASHPOINT PARADOX Heroic, Gatewav/Instagram NATIONAL RNATIONA DIEG DIE G D I ONAL. INTER TERNATION lourencohanpost E G 0 D IE For the uninitiated, “Flashpoint” is a time-twisting 2011 DC Comics crossover event that was written by Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, with art by Andy Kubert and immediately preceded the New 52 initiative (which, ironically, just ended in 2016). In the story, Barry Allen wakes up in an alternate reality where his mother is still alive and he doesn’t have his powers, which means he isn’t The Flash. However, those aren’t the only changes. In this topsy-turvy world, Superman is a scrawny boy because he’s never seen the sun since the government captured him when he landed on Earth; Thomas Wayne is a ruthless version of the Batman because his son Bruce murdered and wife Martha becomes the Joker; Aquaman and Wonder Woman are at war; and Cyborg is the world’s most popular superhero — like we said, topsy turvy. The twist in the story is that Barry discovers he caused this alternate reality when he traveled back in time to save his mom from being murdered. So, Barry embarks on a quest to regain his powers and restore the timeline before Aquaman and Wonder Woman’s war destroys the planet, which is a likely possibility. While he succeeds in defeating the Reverse Flash, his attempts to fix the timeline still led to the continuity changes that were trademarks of the New 52, which rebooted the entire DC Comics universe. Flashpoint flashpointparadox geoffjohns ezramiller barryallen theflash reverseflash thomaswayne marthawayne thejoker batman dccomics dccinematicuniverse dcextendeduniverse heroic_gateway @heroic.gateway - . . . . . -Make Sure to Give this Post a LIKE and be so kindly Leave your thoughts and comments below. Make sure to turn on Accounts Post-Notification for more of our Daily Awesome DCEU posts.
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For the uninitiated, “Flashpoint” is a time-twisting 2011 DC Comics crossover event that was written by Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, with art by Andy Kubert and immediately preceded the New 52 initiative (which, ironically, just ended in 2016). In the story, Barry Allen wakes up in an alternate reality where his mother is still alive and he doesn’t have his powers, which means he isn’t The Flash. However, those aren’t the only changes. In this topsy-turvy world, Superman is a scrawny boy because he’s never seen the sun since the government captured him when he landed on Earth; Thomas Wayne is a ruthless version of the Batman because his son Bruce murdered and wife Martha becomes the Joker; Aquaman and Wonder Woman are at war; and Cyborg is the world’s most popular superhero — like we said, topsy turvy. The twist in the story is that Barry discovers he caused this alternate reality when he traveled back in time to save his mom from being murdered. So, Barry embarks on a quest to regain his powers and restore the timeline before Aquaman and Wonder Woman’s war destroys the planet, which is a likely possibility. While he succeeds in defeating the Reverse Flash, his attempts to fix the timeline still led to the continuity changes that were trademarks of the New 52, which rebooted the entire DC Comics universe. Flashpoint flashpointparadox geoffjohns ezramiller barryallen theflash reverseflash thomaswayne marthawayne thejoker batman dccomics dccinematicuniverse dcextendeduniverse heroic_gateway @heroic.gateway - . . . . . -Make Sure to Give this Post a LIKE and be so kindly Leave your thoughts and comments below. Make sure to turn on Accounts Post-Notification for more of our Daily Awesome DCEU posts.

For the uninitiated, “Flashpoint” is a time-twisting 2011 DC Comics crossover event that was written by Chief Creative Officer Geoff John...

thomas wayne: NER BROS ANNOUNC ER BROSAN ES SHPOINT MOVI -IN NE DCEU #wBS SD YOFTHEBATMAN Afternoon Gothamites! Before the entire cast of "Justice League" hit the stage of Hall H during San Diego Comic Con this morning, attendees saw a sizzle reel revealing several future Extended Universe films. The reel began with the words “Where wonder awaits, where justice prevails, where good battles evil, from Gotham to Atlantis, Metropolis to Apokolips, Krypton to Themyscira and beyond, welcome to the worlds of DC.” Then several logos were shown for the following films: Shazam, Suicide Squad 2, The Batman (accompanied by Ben Affleck’s Batman), Justice League Dark, Batgirl, Green Lantern Corps (accompanied by Hal Jordan and John Stewart comic art), The Flash (accompanied by a “Flashpoint” logo) and the highly anticipated Wonder Woman 2. The Flash solo movie is reported as being influenced by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert's popular 2011 arc "Flashpoint". In this crossover event, in an effort to save his mother's life from the Reverse Flash, Barry Allen aka The Flash discovers he has changed reality and the life of his allies, including the Batman; in this timeline, it is Thomas Wayne, Bruce Wayne's father, that is the Dark Knight when his son was gunned down by a mugger. Many have speculations what "Flashpoint" could mean within this cinematic universe, in particular to the established Batman mythology. Yesterday, sources spread about Ben Affleck's Batman potentially being ushered out of the DCEU in future films. Today during the Hall H panel, Affleck stated he is thrilled to be playing the character and his excitement with working with Matt Reeves on the first solo film "The Batman". However, this doesn't set in stone Affleck's future after the first solo film and, within this continuity, Flashpoint could change the status of our current Batman, taking out Affleck. "Flashpoint" in the DCEU could also show us Thomas Wayne as Batman; Thomas Wayne debuted in 2016's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who could possibly suit up as our hero in this Flash film. What are your thoughts on the slated DCEU films, what are your hopes about Flashpoint and thoughts on Affleck's time in the DCEU? We'll have more SDCC news soon, stay tuned! 🦇🎬
thomas wayne: NER BROS ANNOUNC
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Afternoon Gothamites! Before the entire cast of "Justice League" hit the stage of Hall H during San Diego Comic Con this morning, attendees saw a sizzle reel revealing several future Extended Universe films. The reel began with the words “Where wonder awaits, where justice prevails, where good battles evil, from Gotham to Atlantis, Metropolis to Apokolips, Krypton to Themyscira and beyond, welcome to the worlds of DC.” Then several logos were shown for the following films: Shazam, Suicide Squad 2, The Batman (accompanied by Ben Affleck’s Batman), Justice League Dark, Batgirl, Green Lantern Corps (accompanied by Hal Jordan and John Stewart comic art), The Flash (accompanied by a “Flashpoint” logo) and the highly anticipated Wonder Woman 2. The Flash solo movie is reported as being influenced by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert's popular 2011 arc "Flashpoint". In this crossover event, in an effort to save his mother's life from the Reverse Flash, Barry Allen aka The Flash discovers he has changed reality and the life of his allies, including the Batman; in this timeline, it is Thomas Wayne, Bruce Wayne's father, that is the Dark Knight when his son was gunned down by a mugger. Many have speculations what "Flashpoint" could mean within this cinematic universe, in particular to the established Batman mythology. Yesterday, sources spread about Ben Affleck's Batman potentially being ushered out of the DCEU in future films. Today during the Hall H panel, Affleck stated he is thrilled to be playing the character and his excitement with working with Matt Reeves on the first solo film "The Batman". However, this doesn't set in stone Affleck's future after the first solo film and, within this continuity, Flashpoint could change the status of our current Batman, taking out Affleck. "Flashpoint" in the DCEU could also show us Thomas Wayne as Batman; Thomas Wayne debuted in 2016's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who could possibly suit up as our hero in this Flash film. What are your thoughts on the slated DCEU films, what are your hopes about Flashpoint and thoughts on Affleck's time in the DCEU? We'll have more SDCC news soon, stay tuned! 🦇🎬

Afternoon Gothamites! Before the entire cast of "Justice League" hit the stage of Hall H during San Diego Comic Con this morning, attende...

thomas wayne: GHISTORMSETHEBATMAN Evening Gothamites! For Father's Day, Thomas Wayne is celebrated but we cannot forget Bruce Wayne's father figure that aided him into becoming the man and hero he is today. Created by Bill Finger, Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson, Alfred Pennyworth is Bruce Wayne's dedicated butler, assistant, best friend and father figure (left panel: Lee Weeks art from Batman Secret Files and Origins 1 (October, 1997) presented). In Pre-Crisis continuity, instead of Pennyworth he was Alfred Beagle, an over-weight clean shaven World War I field medic who by his father's last request wanted to be Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson's butler. Eventually Beagle discovered the Batcave housing a wounded Batman. Beagles medic and intelligence skills were an asset, making him an automatic family member. After William Austin's role in the Batman Black and White Serial, Beagle was changed to Alfred Pennyworth in Detective Comics (Vol 1) 83 (January 1944), returning from a health resort slimmed down with a thin mustache. Alfred was killed in Detective 328 (June 1964) and years later was revived in Detective 356 (October 1966) by scientist Brandon Crawford. In Post-Crisis continuity, Alfred was part of the Wayne family since Bruce was young, being his legal guardian after Thomas and Martha Wayne's death. After this event, he has a large part of being there when Bruce makes a vow to avenge his parent's death. Alfred is there even through the hardest times of Bruce's life, such as his back-breaking experience with the villain Bane and his apparent death against Darkseid. This particular loss of his "son" can be seen in Judd Winick's Batman (Vol 1) 687 from August 2009 (right panel: Alex Ross cover to issue 686 presented), part of the Batman R.I.P series after the death of Bruce Wayne. Continuing to be at his side in The New 52 and comics - media today, we commemorate both Thomas Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth for Father's Day, raising Bruce Wayne the man and Batman the hero. Thanks for following and stay tuned for more History of the Batman soon! [Sources: bit.ly-1tkZxoc, bit.ly-15BBsEC ; HOTB is releasing this content under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0.] ✌🏼💙🦇
thomas wayne: GHISTORMSETHEBATMAN
Evening Gothamites! For Father's Day, Thomas Wayne is celebrated but we cannot forget Bruce Wayne's father figure that aided him into becoming the man and hero he is today. Created by Bill Finger, Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson, Alfred Pennyworth is Bruce Wayne's dedicated butler, assistant, best friend and father figure (left panel: Lee Weeks art from Batman Secret Files and Origins 1 (October, 1997) presented). In Pre-Crisis continuity, instead of Pennyworth he was Alfred Beagle, an over-weight clean shaven World War I field medic who by his father's last request wanted to be Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson's butler. Eventually Beagle discovered the Batcave housing a wounded Batman. Beagles medic and intelligence skills were an asset, making him an automatic family member. After William Austin's role in the Batman Black and White Serial, Beagle was changed to Alfred Pennyworth in Detective Comics (Vol 1) 83 (January 1944), returning from a health resort slimmed down with a thin mustache. Alfred was killed in Detective 328 (June 1964) and years later was revived in Detective 356 (October 1966) by scientist Brandon Crawford. In Post-Crisis continuity, Alfred was part of the Wayne family since Bruce was young, being his legal guardian after Thomas and Martha Wayne's death. After this event, he has a large part of being there when Bruce makes a vow to avenge his parent's death. Alfred is there even through the hardest times of Bruce's life, such as his back-breaking experience with the villain Bane and his apparent death against Darkseid. This particular loss of his "son" can be seen in Judd Winick's Batman (Vol 1) 687 from August 2009 (right panel: Alex Ross cover to issue 686 presented), part of the Batman R.I.P series after the death of Bruce Wayne. Continuing to be at his side in The New 52 and comics - media today, we commemorate both Thomas Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth for Father's Day, raising Bruce Wayne the man and Batman the hero. Thanks for following and stay tuned for more History of the Batman soon! [Sources: bit.ly-1tkZxoc, bit.ly-15BBsEC ; HOTB is releasing this content under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0.] ✌🏼💙🦇

Evening Gothamites! For Father's Day, Thomas Wayne is celebrated but we cannot forget Bruce Wayne's father figure that aided him into bec...

thomas wayne: w,p Happy FathersDay Gothamites! Today it is fitting to discuss father figures within the Batman mythology, the first being Thomas Wayne (cover panel to Batman (Vol 3) 22 by Jason Fabok)! Created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger and first appearing in Detective Comics (Vol 1) 33 from 1939, Thomas Wayne was a successful surgeon and respected patron of Gotham City, keeping alive the Wayne family name with the ownership of Wayne Manor and head of Wayne Enterprises. Married to socialite and philanthropist Martha Wayne, they had a son, Bruce, and at his young age, he faced Thomas and Martha's untimely death at the gun of mugger Joe Chill. Although established 78 years ago that his death would spawn the shadowy vigilante of Gotham City, the character of Thomas Wayne represented more than just that sole purpose. Thomas Wayne is shown as an influence past his tragic death in Finger's Detective Comics (Vol 1) 235 from September 1956 in "The First Batman" (panel 2) when Thomas' 'Bat-Man' costume inspires Bruce to track down Lew Moxon, the man who hired Joe Chill to kill his parents. As this classic tale was retold in Len Wein and Jim Aparo's "The Untold Legend of the Batman" from 1980 (panel 3), more modern stories told of Thomas as a brilliant surgeon aiding crime master Carmine Falcon in Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's 13 arc epic "Batman: The Long Halloween" from 1997 (panel 4) and as a guide to Bruce in spirit. Thomas' most thrilling role has been as the Batman, established in Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert 2011 arc "Flashpoint" and Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's 3 issue side storyline "Batman: Knight of Vengeance" (panel 5). In this alternate timeline, Bruce is murdered in front of Thomas and Martha Wayne, driving Thomas into the lethal and vengeful Batman and Martha going insane and taking up the persona of The Joker. As a large part of New 52's Convergence arc (panel 6 by Ethan Van Sciver, Earth 2 (Vol 1) 17) and bringing words of wisdom to his son Bruce as Batman in DC Rebirth (panel 7 variant cover by Tim Sale, panel 8 and 9 from Batman (Vol 3) 22), Thomas Wayne proves to still be an important part of Batman's amazing history. ✌🏼💙🦇
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Happy FathersDay Gothamites! Today it is fitting to discuss father figures within the Batman mythology, the first being Thomas Wayne (cover panel to Batman (Vol 3) 22 by Jason Fabok)! Created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger and first appearing in Detective Comics (Vol 1) 33 from 1939, Thomas Wayne was a successful surgeon and respected patron of Gotham City, keeping alive the Wayne family name with the ownership of Wayne Manor and head of Wayne Enterprises. Married to socialite and philanthropist Martha Wayne, they had a son, Bruce, and at his young age, he faced Thomas and Martha's untimely death at the gun of mugger Joe Chill. Although established 78 years ago that his death would spawn the shadowy vigilante of Gotham City, the character of Thomas Wayne represented more than just that sole purpose. Thomas Wayne is shown as an influence past his tragic death in Finger's Detective Comics (Vol 1) 235 from September 1956 in "The First Batman" (panel 2) when Thomas' 'Bat-Man' costume inspires Bruce to track down Lew Moxon, the man who hired Joe Chill to kill his parents. As this classic tale was retold in Len Wein and Jim Aparo's "The Untold Legend of the Batman" from 1980 (panel 3), more modern stories told of Thomas as a brilliant surgeon aiding crime master Carmine Falcon in Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's 13 arc epic "Batman: The Long Halloween" from 1997 (panel 4) and as a guide to Bruce in spirit. Thomas' most thrilling role has been as the Batman, established in Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert 2011 arc "Flashpoint" and Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's 3 issue side storyline "Batman: Knight of Vengeance" (panel 5). In this alternate timeline, Bruce is murdered in front of Thomas and Martha Wayne, driving Thomas into the lethal and vengeful Batman and Martha going insane and taking up the persona of The Joker. As a large part of New 52's Convergence arc (panel 6 by Ethan Van Sciver, Earth 2 (Vol 1) 17) and bringing words of wisdom to his son Bruce as Batman in DC Rebirth (panel 7 variant cover by Tim Sale, panel 8 and 9 from Batman (Vol 3) 22), Thomas Wayne proves to still be an important part of Batman's amazing history. ✌🏼💙🦇

Happy FathersDay Gothamites! Today it is fitting to discuss father figures within the Batman mythology, the first being Thomas Wayne (cov...

thomas wayne: Jean-Paul Valley Terry McGinnis Damian Wayne Thomas Wayne Flashpoint Batman 666 Azrael Batman Batman Beyond HISTORY OF THE BATMAN David Zavimbe Dick Grayson James Gordon Bruce Wayne Earth 2 Batwing Convergence Rebirth HIST8RYoF THE BATMA Good Knight Gothamites! This week we will conclude "50 Tales for 50 Years: A Celebration of Barbara Gordon" with stories from The New 52 to today! I leave you tonight with an account edit showcasing many (but not all) characters who have donned the mantle of the Batman, original art by illustrator Dragos Dragan! We have Jean-Paul Valley who became Azrael Batman in Batman (Vol 1) 489 in 1993 during the 'Knightfall' and 'Knightquest' saga, Terry McGinnis who became our future Batman in the animated television series "Batman Beyond" which began airing in 1999, Damian Wayne (Bruce Wayne's son) who is envisioned as the Dark Knight in a hellish world in Grant Morrison's Batman (Vol 1) 666 from 2007, Thomas Wayne (Bruce Wayne's father) who is a lethal Batman after witnessing the death of his son in Geoff Johns' 2011 arc "Flashpoint", David Zavimbe who became Batwing aka "The Batman of Africa" part of Grant Morrison's "Batman Incorporated" series in 2011, Dick Grayson who once again is Batman but in Earth 2, part of The New 52 reboot, primarily in the pages of "Earth 2: World's End" and "Convergence" in 2014, James Gordon who took up the mantle as Batman after Bruce Wayne's apparent death Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's arc 'Batman: End Game' in 2015 and the original Batman, Bruce Wayne, back donning the cape and cowl in DC Rebirth! Who is your favorite figure to become the Dark Knight? As always, thanks for following and all of the constant support on and off of Instagram, it is greatly appreciated! Have a great night and we will have more History of the Batman tomorrow. Remember Gothamites, it's all about Peace, Love and Batman! [Check out more of this artist's work : dragand.deviantart.com]✌🏼❤🦇
thomas wayne: Jean-Paul Valley Terry McGinnis Damian Wayne Thomas Wayne
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Good Knight Gothamites! This week we will conclude "50 Tales for 50 Years: A Celebration of Barbara Gordon" with stories from The New 52 to today! I leave you tonight with an account edit showcasing many (but not all) characters who have donned the mantle of the Batman, original art by illustrator Dragos Dragan! We have Jean-Paul Valley who became Azrael Batman in Batman (Vol 1) 489 in 1993 during the 'Knightfall' and 'Knightquest' saga, Terry McGinnis who became our future Batman in the animated television series "Batman Beyond" which began airing in 1999, Damian Wayne (Bruce Wayne's son) who is envisioned as the Dark Knight in a hellish world in Grant Morrison's Batman (Vol 1) 666 from 2007, Thomas Wayne (Bruce Wayne's father) who is a lethal Batman after witnessing the death of his son in Geoff Johns' 2011 arc "Flashpoint", David Zavimbe who became Batwing aka "The Batman of Africa" part of Grant Morrison's "Batman Incorporated" series in 2011, Dick Grayson who once again is Batman but in Earth 2, part of The New 52 reboot, primarily in the pages of "Earth 2: World's End" and "Convergence" in 2014, James Gordon who took up the mantle as Batman after Bruce Wayne's apparent death Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's arc 'Batman: End Game' in 2015 and the original Batman, Bruce Wayne, back donning the cape and cowl in DC Rebirth! Who is your favorite figure to become the Dark Knight? As always, thanks for following and all of the constant support on and off of Instagram, it is greatly appreciated! Have a great night and we will have more History of the Batman tomorrow. Remember Gothamites, it's all about Peace, Love and Batman! [Check out more of this artist's work : dragand.deviantart.com]✌🏼❤🦇

Good Knight Gothamites! This week we will conclude "50 Tales for 50 Years: A Celebration of Barbara Gordon" with stories from The New 52...