The son of a pair of dissidents, the boy who would become the Batman witnessed his parent's death forced to overworking in the gulag and questioned Superman that he can hear a leaf fall from miles away but couldn't hear their cries. Twenty years later, Batman became the most wanted man in the Soviet Union, a constant thorn in the side of Russian authorities. He managed to personally execute a number of acts of terror against Superman's regime and skillfully evaded capture from the police force each time. He became a legend to the people to rival Superman himself, and it was said that he was impossible to kill, the ghost of a thousand murdered dissidents returned to wreak havoc on Superman's collectivist Utopia.
He made contact with Lex Luthor since they had similar goals on Destroying Superman. Batman agreed, and kidnapped Wonder Woman and bound her with her own lasso in order to draw Superman into a wasteland, where he then bombarded the hero with simulated red sunlight. He forced the weakened Superman into a cellar, intending to lock him away forever. Unfortunately for the Batman, Wonder Woman managed to destroy her lasso and removed the generator powering the lamps. Unwilling to be locked up and lobotomized, he killed himself by detonating a bomb that he'd implanted within his small intestine.
- Tactical Analysis
- Peak Human Condition
- Peak Human Speed: Batman was capable of dodging high caliber bullets.
- Hand-to-Hand Combat (Advanced)
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the film Superman: Red Son and is an adaptation of Batman. The original character was created by Mark Millar and first appeared in Superman: Red Son #1.
- Batman was voiced by Roger Craig Smith.
- 1 Appearances of Batman (Superman: Red Son Movie)
- 1 Images featuring Batman (Superman: Red Son Movie)
- 1 Quotations by or about Batman (Superman: Red Son Movie)
- Character Gallery: Batman (Superman: Red Son Movie)
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