When the Anti-Life Equation infected a significant number of the Earth's population Batman begins analysing the threat before realizing the rest of Wayne Manor's occupants could be infected, going to investigate he was forced to fight his former sidekicks Nightwing and Robin to save the life of his butler and companion Alfred Pennyworth but became infected with the techno-organic virus during the fight. Batman and Alfred are forced to kill Nightwing and Robin before returning to the Batcave.
Realizing he doesn't have much time left he uses one of Mr. Freeze's Cryo-Suits to slow the infection down long enough to further study the infection. He's able to make contact with the remnants of the Justice League and his son Damian. He tells them everything he's been able to learn and tells them that they have to destroy the internet and every infected being in order to eradicate the virus. After this he tells Damian that he had something for him and lamented that he wouldn't be able to see his son due to the events that have transpired. He then succumbed to the Equation and was mercy killed by Alfred.
- Batman was created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane, first appearing in Detective Comics #27. However, the DCeased version of Batman first appeared in DCeased #1 by Tom Taylor and Trevor Hairsine.
- 7 Appearances of Bruce Wayne (DCeased)
- 23 Images featuring Bruce Wayne (DCeased)
- 3 Quotations by or about Bruce Wayne (DCeased)
- Character Gallery: Bruce Wayne (DCeased)
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