WHO’S WHO IN THE BATMAN COMICS UNIVERSE

This is the second week of  Issue Zero Month. There is a feature for those who are just getting into the Batman Comics. It’s called the Who’s Who in The New 52’s feature. The Who’s Who shows a brief profile and description of characters in the Batman Comics such as Batgirl aka Barbara Gordon who is one of the top characters in the Batman Universe and who is also highly beloved by comic book readers. It is a small feature that will be found at the back of the zero issue comic books for all of this month. Hopefully DC Comics will continue this small feature since there are tons of new comic book readers who are eager to be informed of the major Batman Universe characters.

Here are some brief details of characters that were found in this week’s Batman Comics. For more on the character please click onto the HERE to be redirected to DC Comics profile of that specific character.

BATMAN: 

Batman is the ultimate strategist and detective and is one of the best hand-to-hand combatants in the world. He also has a massive fortune and armory to draw on, as well as a dependable network of allies and, of course, the help of his irreplaceable butler, Alfred.

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BATGIRL: 

Batgirl has no superpowers but is a highly skilled crime fighter who was trained by Batman.  Quickly reined in by Batman and trained to be a more effective hero, Batgirl became a valued member of his team along with the first Robin, Dick Grayson.

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DAMIAN WAYNE: 

Trained from birth to be the deadliest assassin in the world, Damian Wayne must control his murderous instincts as he continues to earn his place as Robin. Damian’s arrogance and capacity for murder continually boil to the surface.  Although his behavior at times suggests otherwise, Damian desperately wants to become a hero like his father.

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SUICIDE SQUAD: 

Amanda Waller leads the Suicide Squad, an ultra top-secret branch of the U.S. government that deploys incarcerated super villains into the field for missions considered extremely dangerous and controversial. In exchange for each completed operation, the team members receive special considerations during their sentence.

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Source- DC Comics

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