Terry McGinnis' fight for justice soon became the fight against Brother Eye as Terry became Bruce Wayne's lieutenant, leading a small pocket of superheroes in their fight against the apocalypse. When Grifter and Amethyst failed to unhook Brother Eye from the Firestorm Matrix, Terry attempted to send Bruce back in time. However, his mentor was soon mortally injured and Terry himself was forced to undertake the quest of Futures End.
Due to his specifications being different than those of Bruce's, Terry missed the point where Batman and Mr. Terrific created Brother Eye. Arriving five years too late, Terry changed the mission into ensuring Brother Eye stayed silent. He was quickly attacked by the cyborg body of Plastique, who had travelled back with him. Deciding to start off by infiltrating Mr. Terrific's Terrifitech Tower, Terry fought a few guards but was ultimately forced to retreat and slum around the tower, posing as a homeless man. Terry was present at the unveiling of the uSphere.
Later, Terry began to spy on Coil, the Key and Plastique, learning of their intentions to break into the Terrifitech Tower. While spying, he was confronted by Terrific, with whom he had a fight. This fight forced Terry to retreat once security arrived, resulting in Terrific acquiring the Plastique cyborg body. Deciding to break in once more to the Terrifitech Tower, Terry realized that if he joined the Key's heist team, he could ensure Brother Eye's deactivation. Therefore, he followed the heist team to the Wounded Duck to approach them. Managing to successfully recruit the three, Terry led them out of the Wounded Duck after being confronted by the bar's owner, Cal Corcoran.
Later formulating a plan with Key, Coil and Plastique, after Terrific exposed Terry, he was betrayed by his team and knocked out. After Coil and Key tried to kill him, Terry fought back, with only Plastique wanting Terry on the heist team. Eventually, after threatening to use herself as a bomb, Plastique managed to convince all four to work with each other.
Thus, they quickly planned everything out and headed to the tunnels below the Terrifitech Tower to perform the heist. There, Terry hacked into Terrifitech systems to uncover the location of Brother Eye while also planning another heist in which he would hack NORAD's rocket systems and take out the satellite. Knowing that he could not let Key and Coil illegally sell the uSphere, Terry tripped the alarms and had those two apprehended.
Finding Plastique breaking down in front of her own cyborg, Terry allowed her to go free with him. Escaping, Terry revealed to her the horror of the End Future and found himself with a sidekick for the first time. After having A.L.F.R.E.D. analyze the data, Terry realized the futility of hacking NORAD as Brother Eye had moved it's intelligence from the satellite to Cadmus Island.
Despite knowing that his allegiance with Plastique could compromise the future, Terry began to find himself growing infatuated with her and continued their partnership. Realizing that no such compromization could come from a teamup with Tim Drake, who was destined to die, Terry set out to recruit him and started exploring his apartment. It was here that Terry was attacked by the original Batman, faced with having to fight his mentor in the latter's prime, Terry quickly found he needed the assistance of Plastique.
Heading to Times Square to witness the launch of the uSphere, Terry and Plastique began to grow even closer together. After hearing of Cadmus Island's destruction, Terry, certain that Brother Eye survived, began to scan New York for the presence of the AI. Just as he found the AI to have retreated into Terrifitech, ALFRED shut down. Horrified to see the Bat-Joker cyborg chasing Plastique, Terry rescued her only to be intercepted by the Batman. Taking Plastique to a vantage point above the Wounded Duck, Terry realized that the Bat-Joker was an assassin sent by Brother Eye from the End Future. While waiting for Tim Drake, Terry and Plastique's relationship reached an intimate level, with him losing his virginity to her. Shortly after doing so, Tim returned to the Wounded Duck and just as Terry approached him, he was once again attacked by the Bat-Joker.
After temporarily stopping the Bat-Joker, Terry was forced to reveal the End Future to the Batman, sending Plastique with the original Dark Knight and Tim Drake to stop Brother Eye. Despite trying to lead the Bat-Joker on a chase, the Jokerborg eventually caught up to Terry as the Brainiac God had blocked Manhattan off from the rest of New York. With ALFRED reactivating, Terry was able to use Brainiac's spheres to defeat the Jokerborg, but just as he did so, the modern-day Brother Eye activated and declared itself the savior of Manhattan. Shocked, Terry made his way towards the Terrifitech Tower where the reactivated Plastique cyborg was about to kill Tim Drake. Ironically, it was not Terry who stopped the Plastique cyborg, but Plastique herself.
In the Terrifitech Tower, Terry managed to convince Tim that Brother Eye was the priority, not the Brainiac God. After doing so, the Brother Eye of the present confronted Terry, prompting him to give the Time Band to Ray Palmer. Attacked by the Bat-Joker once more, Batman's armour was unable to prevent him from surviving the bullets. In his final moments, however, Terry finally destroyed the Jokerborg and told Tim Drake to stop Brother Eye. His dying wish, Batman passed away looking into Plastique's eyes.
McGinnis was revived by Spellbinder, who replaced his heart with Davis Dusk, aka Rewire's electrical generator, forever trapping McGinnis in the Rewire suit. After Spellbinder discovered that McGinnis had lost his memories, he used mind control to convince him that he was himself Davis Dusk, and that he (Spellbinder) was his elderly friend Doris Shelby, and that Batman has a "very bad man" who wanted him (McGinnis) dead.
McGinnis was later framed for murder while active in Metropolis, and has formed a rivalry with the new Batman (Tim Drake), who was unconvinced of Rewire's innocence, due to being unaware of his true identity. Under Spellinder's influence, Terry (as Rewire) used the Rewire suit to instigate four nights of power outages, causing riots which kept the police and Batman distracted from Spellbinder's activities he believed that he was trying to stop himself from being killed by Batman, thanks to the hallucinations and words given to him by "Mrs Shelby". He then fired an electrical blast at the car of his old friend Commissioner Barbara Gordon, causing its engine to explode. Gordon fell out of the car and pointed her pistol at Terry, who shot an electrical blast at it, throwing it out of her hand, and saying "No Guns", after which Barbara kicked Terry in the head, removing his Rewire mask and exposing his true identity. Terry then kidnapped a horrified Barbara and took her to Blackgate Prison, where he set of a power surge to alert Batman of his presence, while Spellbinder brainwashed Barbara into making her attack Batman on his arrival.
After Drake incapacitated Barbara, Terry violently attacked him with electricity, declaring this their "final showdown", and Batman's atonement for "trying to deprive [him] of what [he] need[s] to survive, and trying to kill [him] for too long." Drake responded by hitting Terry on the head with a metal pole, breaking his Rewire mask and revealing his true identity at last to both Batman and to his brother, Matt McGinnis, who had been watching from a screen and was utterly shocked to learn that Terry was still alive. Matt could also see through his camera that the "Mrs Shelby" standing behind Terry was, in fact, Spellbinder, which Drake heard from the monitor, and confront her with. Spellbinder then revealed to Drake that he had rescued Terry (or "Davis", as he called him) from death's door and brainwashed him to act as a faithful servant to his (Spellbinder's) masters, The Evil Factory. Spellbinder then ordered Terry to kill Drake.
Terry's brother Matt ten flew the Batmobile into Blackgate and attempted to talk Terry out of killing Drake, but Spellbinder used his floating eye device to make Terry see his brother as a bat-demon creature, who he directed his energy into attacking. While Terry was distracted, Drake smashed Spellbinder's mind-altering floating eye device, finally freeing Terry of the illusion, and causing him to wake up seeing himself strangling his own brother. Upon seeing Matt's face, Terry's memories started returning. He hugged his brother while Drake defeated Spellbinder, then returned with Matt, Tim, and Barbara to the Batcave, where Tim relinquished the mantle of the Bat back to Terry, and returned his Batsuit.
Escaping the Grave
Believed dead, Terry McGinnis was once again the Batman, now free from the threat of Spellbinder. While he was unable to dress up as Neo-Gotham's protector, a criminal by the name of Terminal took over a part of the town, renaming it Jokerz Town and governed it with the help of his gang, the Jokerz. But most importantly, Terminal kidnapped Terry's former fiancé Dana Tan and irritated McGinnis into finding a way to save her. Still, he was not in top shape and he still missed the guidance of his mentor, Bruce Wayne, dead in the conflict against Brother Eye. After he struggled to beat a Venom-enhanced thug, he was assaulted by a squad of Jokerz and was defeated, forcing him to retreat into the Batcave with his suit completely destroyed. There, he found his brother Matt and a friend, Maxine Gibson, who was officially introduced to the team.
Studying a plan to fight the Jokerz, Matt decided to mask himself with the identity of Trey Malone, son of the infamous underground legend Matches Malone. Terry put on a show faking to blow out one of Batman's Batmobiles, gaining the trust of the gang. He soon located and talked to Dana, revealing her his real intentions. The girl was shocked, as she believed Terry was dead. Soon though, Dana told Terry a far more shocking truth: it seemed that Terminal retrieved the cryogenetically preserved body of the original Joker, and that he wanted to use technology to revive him. After discovering this, Terry had to act quick but Terminal was one step forward: he already identified Trey as a facade. Terminal told to his thugs to slowly kill both Dana and Terry and they almost succeeded, but Terry's sheer determination and the help of Matt, they solved a situation that appeared doomed. Now with a new prototype suit found by Maxine in the Batcave, Terry became Batman once again, neutralizing most of the Jokerz.
Once sure of the safety of Dana, he got into Terminal's central computer to find a trace to follow him, as he escaped. In shock, Terry learned that the body Terminal had was the one of a comatose, but alive, Bruce Wayne, disguised as the Joker to make Terminal's followers believe in a fake crusade. The real target of Terminal was a technology Bruce developed: Keystone, a device able to gather any type of information requested. Knowing where Keystone was, Terry got into the building before Terminal and ambushed him, defeating the criminal. But a thug that got into the building together with the gang leader woke Bruce up from the coma and then threw him off the roof, giving him and his boss the chance to escape. Terry catapulted himself to save Bruce, even if his mentor told him to leave him be and pursue Terminal and, especially, the thug together with him. Telling Bruce that Max and Matt were handling that matter, Batman saved Wayne's life. Then, Matt and Max made it to the plane used by Terminal and his comrade, denying escape and making the plane fall down from the sky, hoping that Terry would be able to catch up on them.
Rise of the Demon
Back to the Batcave, Terry welcomed Bruce back and promised him that they were going to talk about everything that happened, but now Terry's priority was to clear things up with Dana, his former fiancee, who just discovered he was Batman during their whole relationship. Terry was living a crisis: with Bruce back, he realized he was afraid that one day he would regret the same things his mentor did. He was not sure anymore about being Batman. While discussing about this with Dana, the Bat-Signal was lit but Terry decided to not answer the call. When Matt realized that the Bat-Signal was not answered for a while, he talked about it with Bruce and Maxine, as he was afraid something happened to Terry. Bruce quickly realized what was happening, and found a way to contact Terry, showing him the images of what was happening on the GCPD Station's roof on Dana's phone: the League of Assassins was attacking CommissionerBarbara Gordon and a former League member, the assassin known as Curaré.
Realizing his mistake, Terry got there and, thanks to his new suit, quickly dispatched the League. Bruce, knowing the suit was dangerous for anyone who might use it, aked Terry to come back, leaving the suit behind. But Batman did not listen: he had to know why Curaré came to Gotham, and she did because Ra's al Ghul, the leader of the League, was alive once again, ready to bring an assault to the whole world. Hopping on Curaré's ship, Terry got ready to leave when the Demon's Right Hand, Koru, attacked. Curaré decided to step in and got apparently killed, with Terry restrained from intervention by the suit. He then accepted to keep on, and got to the Himalayas to face Ra's himself: he was shocked when he discovered that the identity of the Demon's Head was the one of the son of his mentor, Damian Wayne. As the fight ensued, Bruce left Max and Matt behind after the suit shut down all communications. Bruce knew that even with the X-7 Prototype, Terry had no chance against Damian, who surpassed even the best version of Bruce in the art of combat. And the man was right: when he arrived, he found Damian ready to deliver the final strike to Terry.
Damian spared Terry's life, telling he's not a man that would kill an opponent so inferior. While Bruce and his son argued about Damian's decision of joining the League, Terry got back on his feet with the suit now fully in control of him. Damian was waiting for it to release Goliath, knocking Terry out and then preparing to launch five missiles programmed with a DNA Toxin ready to eliminate the weakest part of the human population. But Terry came back once again, apparently killing Goliath: Damian was in a fit of rage for the death of his friend, and this made him more vulnerable as Terry succeeded in gripping Damian's neck, with the suit pushing for the kill.
Meanwhile, Bruce was trying to find a way to stop the missiles but he got attacked from a returning Koru: Damian ordered him to stop, but his solider did not comply to the orders. Seeing that Bruce's life was endangered, Terry resisted the suit, releasing Damian who then saved the life of his father. As Goliath recovered thanks to an adrenaline shot Bruce gave him, Damian was convinced that Ra's plan of eliminating a third of humanity was not the right way to proceed, but Koru managed to reach the launch station, triggering all five missiles. Terry founds a way to destroy the missiles, condemning himself to death if not for Damian, who saved him at last. All three reconciled, with Damian promising he would one day come back to Gotham to find a better way to solve the problems of this world. Terry and Bruce came back home, with Bruce confessing to Terry he was happy: now both his sons were with him.
The Long Payback
After helping mayor Lucas Fox reset the air security system of Neo-Gotham, sabotaged by the criminal Freon, Terry and Matt transferred permanently in Wayne Manor to help Bruce with his physical condition. Terry also talked to Dana, and the two got back together. Meanwhile, a mysterious man employed the new Royal Flush Gang to attract the attention of Batman, a thing they did attacking and vandalizing Neo-Gotham's museum of fine arts. Thanks also to his new suit, substituting the dangerous X-7 prototype, Terry made quick work of the gang. Soon after, an old enemy of Batman, Stalker, kidnapped Dana trying to capture Batman alive: Stalker knew Terry is Batman, but neither the current Dark Knight nor the former understood why Shaka decided to fight Terry once again, as they reached an agreement a long time before. Terry saved the life of Dana before fighting a brutal match against Stalker, who revealed he's doing this because his home village needed food to survive.
Soon, his employer, the criminal Payback, revealed himself, attacking Batman as he wanted to kill him with his hands. During the fight, an unexpected ally helped Terry: Melanie Walker, also known as the Ten of Hearts, daughter of the King and Queen of the Royal Flush Gang. Melanie knew Terry and had a crush on him: she was helping Batman to demonstrate to Terry her redemption, not knowing the Dark Knight was Terry himself. Their relationship made Payback kidnap and transport away Melanie with himself, luring Batman into a trap. Even if he was able to free himself from the prison Payback prepared for him, Terry faced certain death: Payback came prepared, revealing himself to be the father of the original Payback, a kid called Kenny Stanton, dead by suicide after being inserted into a reformatory. Gray blamed Batman and Gotham for this. Without any hope or solution, Bruce accepted Matt's proposal to send him as Robin to help Terry: the plan worked and Batman is safe, but Terry absolutely loathed Bruce's decision, alongside Dana. Still, Matthew told everyone that he wanted to be Robin. Terry decided to talk about it later: he traveled to Stalker's village, delivering food for them as it was the right thing to do.
While he was discussing with Bruce about Matt being Robin, with the two disagreeing on how to handle Matt's own desire to be a superhero, Terry got interrupted by Melanie Walker, who came to the Manor searching for him. The young lady confessed to Terry she was still in love with him and that she wanted to get back in a relationship. Terry seemed to accept, as he kised Melanie, without realizing his current fiancee Dana Tan saw everything, as she came looking for him. Everything was put on stasis when Maxine came out, telling Terry that Bruce needed him: a Jokerz Gang member called Scab was hallucinating about a demon Batman trying to kill him, and he was holding hostage the entire GCPD central. Terry successfully stopped him, but scowled Matt for being unable to follow orders while with him, then telling him he would relinquish his role as Robin as soon as possible.
Terry soon discovered that not only the Jokerz, but almost the whole city had hallucinations about Batman: afraid for the well being of Dana, he checked out on her with the result of Dana calling the police for help, as she was affected by the strange manifestations as well. Terry would soon find out that also the police, including personal friend and Commissioner Barbara Gordon, were out to kill him, thinking he was some kind of hellspawn. As Terry was overwhelmed and was unable to act without hurting innocents, Bruce gave Matt an upgraded Robin suit, sending him out to help his brother: together they discovered that behind everything stood a new version of the Scarecrow. Failing to capture Scarecrow, the Dynamic Duo got back to investigating as Bruce and old friend Jack Ryder found out that this Scarecrow is not using Fear Gas, but something more subtle, to influence his victims. Soon though, even Bruce and Matt started feeling the effects of fear, with Robin turning on Batman with the intent of killing him.
Bruce struggled to remain lucid, but thanks to his past experiences he was able to do it: connecting the dots, Bruce found out the Scarecrow was using a wave signal transmitted from a television station to spread fear, doing it with hacked virtual assistant devices that almost everyone in Gotham owned. Still, Batman needed to stop Robin from killing him and realized that the only thing that could work is reminding Matt that he was not the Dark Knight, but Terry, his older brother. Doing this, he succeeded in breaking Scarecrow's control over Matt, but also revealed his secret identity to Melanie, who came to help him as she was not affected by fear, not owning any virtual assistant device. In the end, the team found out that the new Scarecrow was another personality of television host Adalyn Stern, colleague of Jack Ryder, who in the past witnessed to the ferocious beating of her dad from the hands of the original Batman, developing a trauma about it.
The Final Joke
During the inauguration of the Wayne Family Center of Tomorrow, the Joker came back, hacking a train and derailing it to destroy the building : as Batman and Robin, Terry and Matt helped the people involved , then started searching for the Joker, finding instead a group of his followers, the Throwbacks, former Jokerz who left the gang to be the Joker's own personal team. With them fights Joker Beyond, a cybernetic zombie Joker himself built. Being implanted with Promethium, Joker Beyond proved to be a strong opponent, leading to Robin almost being killed. As Matt saved himself from a deadly fall with an acrobatic maneuver, Joker waited for him and kidnapped him, then ordering Terry to talk about the man called Bruce that acted with them from behind.
Being that Matt's tracker stopped sending signals, Terry started patrolling the city from the sky, hoping to find a trace to get to the Joker's hideout: after Dick Grayson helped him permanently defeat Joker Beyond, Terry realized that the Joker tricked both him and Dick, finding a way to get inside the Batcave to kill Bruce. Luckily for everyone, Joker was struck by an heart attack during his final confrontation with his nemesis, the original Batman. After what happened with Matt, Terry and Dick discussed with Bruce about the new Robin, and in the end all three agreed that the young McGinnis should be stripped of the role of Boy Wonder.
Divide, Conquer and Kill
When the criminal False Face escaped Arkham taking the identity of Bruce Wayne, Terry McGinnis was investigating black sites owned by Powers Technologies, where a new enemy named Splitt was stealing tech to assemble a mysterious device. Splitt was a metahuman and a difficult opponent, being a speedster who can also split in two, and Terry would like to have Bruce counsel him in how to handle the new threat , but soon him, Melanie and Matt understood there was something strange about Mr. Wayne. After Melanie found out that the real Bruce was in Arkham, everything became clear: False Face had the power of stealing identities from people, leaving them in a permanent state of amnesia until he decided to release the identity he stole.
Terry was chosen as the next victim of False Face who stole his identity during a fight against him. Now living in the streets, stealing to get food, Terry got set up for murder by a robber, leading to police looking for him. After starting to steal with a new partner in Constance Gustinov, former lover and head researcher in Powers Technology, Terry was convinced by Constance to accept working for a returning Derek Powers.
Terry did not realize that Constance and Powers knew who he was and that they wanted to utilize his body to transfer the conscience of Blight, who was dying due to the side effects of his powers. As Constance reset his mind for the procedure, Terry recalled his past and realized the horrific truth: he would be the new body of the man who killed his father. Thankfully, the new Batwoman came to the rescue and saved him, then fleeing as Blight radiations were reaching a lethal level of toxicity. Soon after, Blight attacked the Batcave but Terry this time found a way to get rid of him once and for all, digging in the Manor's underground with the Batmobile and burying there Blight.
The Eradication Agenda
- Hand-to-Hand Combat (Advanced)
- Computer Operation: Terry is a computer expert.
- Genius Level Intellect: Terry has a near genius IQ.
- Gymnastics: Terry is an expert gymnast.
- Time Band
- A.L.F.R.E.D.: An artificial intelligence modeled after Alfred Pennyworth's personality.
- Batsuit: State-of-the-art Batsuit which automatically conforms to his size. The Batsuit features new gadgets such as glider wings, "thrusters" on the boots and even a cloaking device.
- Enhanced strength by a factor of ten, ultimately allowing him to lift up to 1700 lbs.
- Minimal reduction (or increase) in flexibility.
- Forearm spikes can Extend out.
- Enhanced visual assistance that allows him to see in the dark (visual from the Batsuit can be fed back to the main computer in the Batcave; it can also receive visual from the main computer, allowing for superior tactical planning). The visor can also serve as digital binoculars and an infra-red filter as well as a scanner.
- Personal communicator allows Terry to keep in constant contact with Bruce at the Batcave.
- Enhanced ballistic protection.
- Significantly resistant to heat, electricity, water, and vibrations, but only slightly resistant to radiation.
- Built-in rebreather for underwater combat/exploration.
- Dispensable Batarangs with a range of auxiliary functions, such as producing electric shocks. However, there is a limit to the amount of Batarangs the Batsuit can dispense; Batman has run out on at least one occasion.
- Disk can be fired from the top of the wrist.
- Electrical discharges throughout the suit that can be activated by pushing the button on the belt.
- Wrist-mounted laser capable of melting metal and stunning his opponents.
- Grappling guns built into the forearms.
- Flashbang grenades.
- Smoke pellets.
- A lock decipher.
- Launchable tracers.
- Retractable Tweezers.
- A frequency scanner to pick up hot spots.
- A retractable PIN or password decipherer in the form of a key on the right index finger.
- Retractable wings under the arms to glide on.
- Rocket boots enabling limited flight.
- Electromagnetic pads in the soles of the boots enabling him to cling to walls and ceilings.
- Sensitive touch microphone on index and middle fingers that permits eavesdropping through solid surfaces.
- Sensors that work as a polygraph.
- Drug identifier, utilized by dipping fingers into the substance.
- Built-in cloaking device that enables almost complete camouflage. It allows camouflage extending into the visible light and infrared frequencies of the electromagnetic spectrum. A countermeasure used by Commissioner Barbara Gordon to this in one incident where she was hunting Batman down was through tracking him using an ultraviolet light to illuminate him.
- Retractable claws which can be used to slice or facilitate climbing.
- Can uplink with the Batmobile for remote piloting.
- A remote kill function that can externally deactivate the suit from the Batcave.
- The belt buckle also serves as a buzz saw to get out of a room quickly or to cut through denser material.
- Rewire Suit (Formerly): Armoured state-of-the-art suit formerly owned by the supervillain Davis Dusk (the original Rewire):
- Electrokinesis, giving McGinnis the ability to control and fire blasts of electricity
- Electrical Generator, which keeps what is left of Terry's heart beating
- Bulletproof built-in armour
- X-7 Batsuit: An experimental Batsuit created by Bruce Wayne to be effective in his last days as Batman. It is controlled by an artificial intelligence that pushes the user over his limits to assure the success of the mission, sometimes even taking over the user's own mind. Still, both Terry and Damian Wayne showcased the fact that the A.I. can be overrode.
- 87 Appearances of Terrence McGinnis (Futures End)
- 89 Images featuring Terrence McGinnis (Futures End)
- 8 Quotations by or about Terrence McGinnis (Futures End)
- Character Gallery: Terrence McGinnis (Futures End)
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 5) #14
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Batman Beyond (Volume 5) #15
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 5) #16
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #1
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #2
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 2) #3
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #4
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #5
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- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #8
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- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #10
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #11
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #13
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #14
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #15
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #16
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #17
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #19
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #20
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- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #35
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #39
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #40
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #41
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #42
- ↑ 40.0 40.1 40.2 40.3 The DC Comics Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to the Characters of the DC Universe
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #8
- ↑ Batman Beyond (Volume 6) #11
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