Batman appears in 17133 issues.
An artificial intellegence based off of Alfred Pennyworth found within the suit of the New 52 version of Terry McGinnis.
Security Guard at Arkham Asylum who has a hook in place of his missing left hand that was bitten off by Killer Croc. He also has a wallet made of Killer Croc's skin that he took as payback.
In the comics Ace is a villain but in the DC Animated Universe, Ace is a creation of Project Cadmus who possess powers that can create illusions in the human mind. She stopped the Joker after he manipulated her and some years later, Ace's powers grew to the point that she can make anything real. However her powers were causing her to die and a psychic black lash would kill anyone in a miles range. Batman volunteered to be her executioner. But Batman doesn't kill her but stays with her till she undo the illusions and dies peacefully without the black lash.
Ace was introduced as Batman's pet dog in the Golden Age. He was later revamped as a rescue dog, rehabilitated from his earlier days spent as a guard dog for the Joker.
Batman has teamed up with Adam Strange several times, including to save all of existence from the Lords of Luck.
Partnered to defeat a serial killer.
Alan Wayne is Bruce Wayne's great-great-grandfather.
Alfred Pennyworth is Bruce's butler from the UK. He raised Bruce after his parents died. Alfred remains Bruce Wayne's faithful butler, adviser and confidant. On the odd occasion he has even disguised himself as Batman so that Bruce Wayne could either appear elsewhere or at the same time as the caped crusader.
Was the adoption case worker for Jason Todd in the Pre-Crisis universe.
Created by Professor Ivo with revolutionary Absorption Cell Technology. This android can replicate the powers of any metahuman he encounters.
Anthony Lupus was a former decathlon runner who was turned into a werewolf chemically by Professor Milo.
Fights alongside Aquaman in the Justice League, presumingly being leader of the team.
Aquaman of the 853rd century is the mighty protector of Neptune and a member of Justice Legion A.
One of the Three Musketeers.
A 31st century AWOL Cadmus scientist who first came up with the idea of cloning the Justice League, but abandoned the project.
A newspaper reporter with a knack for solving unsolved cases.
Pre-DC's New 52, Artemis Crock was a villain who most notably had run-ins with Stargirl, Hawkgirl, and the JSA. In the Young Justice cartoon, she was a hero, a member of Young Justice along with Robin, Miss Martian, Aqualad, Superboy, and others. Post New 52, she was one of the captives of N.O.W.H.E.R.E. kept in the Colony, who was subsequently murdered by fellow captive, Fist Point.
Aruna was one of many of the international heroes introduced during DC's year 2000 "Planet DC" themed annuals. She is a shape-shifter who works as a stunt-person in the Indian film industry. She helped Batgirl and Batman on a mission once, and subsequently decided to become a hero herself.
Athanasia Al Ghul is the daughter of Bruce Wayne and Talia Al Ghul, and sister of Damian Wayne.
Batman first met Aztek when the Joker visited Aztek's home of Vanity City. After the two defeated the Joker, Batman recommended Aztek for membership in the Justice League.
She is the daughter of Batman's long time friend Commissioner Gordon. She was a sidekick to Batman until the Joker rendered her paralyzed. She now goes under the name the Oracle.
The niece of Afred Pennyworth, assumes the mantle of Batgirl to assist Batman and Robin
In the JLA Batman and Barry were close and even during the time Barry was thought dead Batman said he would like to have become the man Barry did if his parents weren't killed.
Mogo is a trained circus gorilla. Occasionally he fought crime as the Bat-Ape. A one shot character who appeared in a Batman story in the pre-Crisis universe.
A cow, meant to be used for meat, that was saved by the current Robin and son of Batman, Damian Wayne.
Being the heir to the Bat-Legacy in the 853rd century, Batman 1,000,000 resumes the mission that Bruce Wayne started. With both advanced technology and high intellect, he continues to enforce justice in a new high-tech and evil-ridden future.
Some Batman story lines feature a college age son of Batman (Bruce Wayne) named Batman Junior. The mother wasn't clear in the stories. Sometimes called a "Super-Son"
This incarnation of Batman is The Dark Knight of a far away planet called "Zur-En-Arrh."
Lucas "Luke" Fox was born into a family, of wealth and prestige. He is the son of Wayne Enterprise's president and CEO, Lucius Fox. The accomplished mixed martial artist and MIT graduate takes over the identity of Batwing after David Zavimbe resigns.
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