Bruce Wayne is a fictional male in the Justice League comic series who was portrayed on screen by Ben Affleck. Bruce Wayne is the billionaire owner of Wayne Enterprises which he inherited from his father who was killed in an ambush when Bruce was young. In the Tim Burton film of the nineties, it was the Joker, Batman's arch enemy that was responsible for the deaths of the Wayne's parents. In other canons, it wasn't the Joker. He is looked after by his butler, Alfred Pennyworth who knows Bruce's secret.
Batman appeared in four films from 1989 to 1997 featuring Joker, Penguin, Two-Face, Poison Ivy, Catwoman, Riddler and Poison Ivy. In those films Batman was played by Michael Keaton (1st 2), Val Kilmer and then George Clooney. In the last two, Robin, the boy wonder assisted Batman like he did in the Adam West series in the sixties. However, Robin didn't appear in any Christopher Nolan films and won't be appearing in the Justice League films.
Bruce Wayne isn't married but is never not able to get a woman on his arm. In the Christopher Nolan stories, Wayne had feelings for his best friend Rachel Dawes until her life was cut short by the Joker. In the films, Bruce was never without a woman but he secretly only wanted Rachel who was infatuated with Harvey Dent, the local District Attorney who went on to become Two-Face after the Joker tried to kill him as well. The Christopher Nolan films had Bruce Wayne played by Christian Bale who went up against Ra's Al Ghul, the Joker and then finally Bane.
Bruce Wayne has so much pent up anger towards Superman because a loved one of Bruce's was killed during the fight between Superman and General Zod at the end of Man of Steel. Bruce wants to exact revenge even though he knows that Superman can't be hurt. Eventually they probably become friends to defeat a bigger threat to them both.
Both Batman and Superman unite to defeat a common enemy, that is Doomsday and Lex Luthor. Both antagonists are more associated with fighting Superman but in Batman Vs. Superman : Dawn of Justice, they become an antagonist for Batman as well. Domesday is famous for having being portrayed as the one who killed Superman in a 1992 comic.
Batman is a masked vigilante who operates the board room by day and operates in the darkness defeating evil during the night. In the Nolan movies, Batman only used his fists however in trailers for Dawn of Justice, Batman is seen holding a gun.
Batman has also been portrayed as fighting the Xenomorph from alien and having fought Judge Dredd in cross-over comics in the nineties and early noughties.
Batman's main enemies are all from Earth. Any alien enemies are usually a cross-over with other characters such as Supermans or The Flashes. The Flash's extra-terrestrial enemies are usually from another dimension in the Multiverse.
Alfred is the buttler who is employed by Bruce Wayne to help round the house. Alfred is the only one who knows who the Batman really is. Alfred is an British ex-army officer who was originally recruited by the Wayne's family and then stayed on when Bruce was old enough to run and look after Wayne Industries himself.
Robin reached the heights of popularity during the sixties with Burt Ward playing him alongside Adam West. In the nineties, Chris O'Donnell played the caped crusader's partner in the films but they were not well received. In the Christian Bale and Ben Affleck versions, Robin has been ignored.
Commisioner James Gordon is a senior member in the Gotham City police force. In the television series, he had a hot line to the Caped Crusader as he was known. However in later adaptations such as the Christian Bale and Ben Affleck, the signal was changed to a light shone into the night sky.
Although he was given a name and a past in the first Tim Burton film, Jack Napier, a crook, in the other forms, no one knows his background. In the Dark Knight, the Joker had scars on his face and he'd tell a different story to different people on how he got them. The Joker was a homicidal maniac who is the most famous of all the Batman enemies.
In the Dark Knight, Heath Ledger played the Joker so well that he won a posthumous oscar for his betrayal of the Joker. Heath had died when he took an accidental overdose just as the movie was about to released. Heath's performance is highly rated, whether he died or not, he would have won.
Oswald Cobblepot is a criminal mastermind in Gotham City. The Penguin is supposedly a gentlemen criminal if there ever was one. Penguin wears a suit and has a respectable business on the sides of his criminality. It is not unknown for the Penguin to have mechanical Penguins to help him to live up to his name of Penguin.
Edward Nygma was a scientist whose experiment turned him to be a criminal mastermind. His name is a play on Enigma, a puzzle. His is characterised by an umbrella with a question mark at the head of it. He leaves clues to what he's up to by giving riddles hence his name, Riddler.
The most female enemy of the Batman. Selina Kyle is a petty crook who dressed up as a cat to carry out her burglaries. In the third Christian Bale film, Selina Kyle sneaks into Wayne Manor as a servant to steal proving that she doesn't always dress up to commit crime. Catwoman has been known to help Batman to fight a greater evil. In the Christian Bale films, Bruce runs away from everything with Selina.
Ra's Al-Ghul is the leader of the League of Assassins which in the first Christopher Nolan films is the primary antagonist. Ra's trained Batman in the ways of fighting. When Ra's wanted Bruce to kill an innocent, Bruce couldn't do it and instead escaped, only for Ra's to come after him. In the television series of Arrow, Ra's Al-Ghul provided the main antagonist of the third series. There are cross-overs between the various heroes.
Originally, Harvey Dent was a District Attorney who tried and put people away but after a horrific incident where he face was disfigured, Harvey Dent became Two-Face. Two-Face's clothing was different dependent on whether it was the disfigured or the normal side. Two-Face would keep a coin and throw and the outcome would dictate whether he would kill or let a person live.
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