Batman The Dark Knight

Batman¬†is a fictional¬†superhero¬†appearing in¬†American comic books¬†published by¬†DC Comics. The character was created by artist¬†Bob Kane and writer¬†Bill Finger,¬†and first appeared in¬†Detective Comics¬†#27, in 1939. Originally named the “Bat-Man”, the character is also referred to by such epithets as the Caped Crusader, the¬†Dark Knight, and the World’s Greatest Detective.Image result for batman

Batman’s¬†secret identity¬†is¬†Bruce Wayne, a wealthy American¬†playboy,¬†philanthropist, and owner of¬†Wayne Enterprises. After witnessing the murder of his parents¬†Dr. Thomas Wayne¬†and¬†Martha Wayne¬†as a child, he swore vengeance against criminals, an oath tempered by a sense of justice. Bruce Wayne trains himself physically and intellectually and crafts a¬†bat-inspired¬†persona to fight crime.

Batman operates in the fictional¬†Gotham City¬†with assistance from various supporting characters, including his butler¬†Alfred, police commissioner¬†Gordon, and vigilante allies such as¬†Robin. Unlike most superheroes, Batman does not possess any¬†superpowers; rather, he relies on his genius intellect, physical prowess, martial arts abilities, detective skills, science and technology, vast wealth, intimidation, and indomitable will. A large assortment of villains make up Batman’s¬†rogues gallery, including his¬†archenemy, the¬†Joker.

The character became popular soon after his introduction in 1939 and gained his own comic book title,¬†Batman, the following year. As the decades went on, differing interpretations of the character emerged. The late 1960s¬†Batman¬†television series used a¬†camp¬†aesthetic, which continued to be associated with the character for years after the show ended. Various creators worked to return the character to his dark roots, culminating in 1986 with¬†The Dark Knight Returns¬†by¬†Frank Miller. The success of¬†Warner Bros. Pictures’ live-action¬†Batman¬†feature films¬†have helped maintain the character’s prominence in mainstream culture.

 

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As Batman

As a voice actor, Kevin Conroy is best known for his starring role as Bruce Wayne/Batman in the acclaimed¬†Batman: The Animated Series¬†(1992‚Äď1995).¬†He continued to voice Batman in numerous animated projects from which the series was¬†spun off¬†into, which collectively took place in what is known as the¬†DC animated universe¬†(DCAU). These spin-offs include the TV shows¬†The New Batman Adventures¬†(1997‚Äď1999),¬†Batman Beyond¬†(1999‚Äď2001, in which he portrays an elderly Bruce Wayne retired from crimefighting),¬†Justice League¬†(2001‚Äď2004) and¬†Justice League Unlimited¬†(2004‚Äď2006) as well as the theatrical film¬†Batman: Mask of the Phantasm¬†(1993),¬†and the¬†direct-to-video¬†films¬†Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero¬†(1998),¬†Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker¬†(2000) and¬†Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman¬†(2003). He also voiced Batman for the character’s guest appearances in the DCAU’s¬†Superman: The Animated Series,¬†Static Shock¬†and¬†The Zeta Project.

Conroy speaking at the 2017 Phoenix Comicon

Conroy is distinguished for being the first voice actor to use two distinct voices to portray Bruce Wayne and Batman, which¬†Michael Keaton¬†had previously done in¬†Tim Burton’s live-action¬†Batman¬†films.¬†In a tally of performances that include every episode and movie portrayal of Batman in live-action and animation, Conroy has portrayed the character longer than any other actor. The previous record-holder was¬†Olan Soule, who voiced Batman in various animated works between the late 1960s and early 1980s; including¬†Super Friends. Apart from the DCAU, Conroy has also portrayed Batman in the direct-to-video¬†DC Universe Animated Original Movies:¬†Batman: Gotham Knight¬†(2008),¬†Superman/Batman: Public Enemies¬†(2009),¬†Superman/Batman: Apocalypse¬†(2010),¬†Justice League: Doom¬†(2012),¬†Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox¬†(2013),¬†Batman: Assault on Arkham(2014) and¬†Batman: The Killing Joke¬†(2016).

Television (animated)

Year Title Role Notes
1992‚Äď95 Batman: The Animated Series Bruce Wayne / Batman¬†/ Additional Voices Main role; 85 episodes
1997‚Äď99 The New Batman Adventures Bruce Wayne / Batman / Henchman Main role; 24 episodes
1997‚Äď99 Superman: The Animated Series Bruce Wayne / Batman (5 episodes);

  • “World’s Finest” (Part 1-3)
  • “Knight Time”
  • “The Demon Reborn”
1999‚Äď01 Batman Beyond Bruce Wayne Main role; 48 episodes
2001 The Zeta Project Bruce Wayne (1 episode); “Shadows”
2001‚Äď04 Justice League Bruce Wayne / Batman / Technician / Cop / Civilian / Lord Batman / High Council Thanagarian Main role; 37 episodes
2002‚Äď04 Static Shock Bruce Wayne / Batman (5 episodes);

  • “The Big Leagues”
  • “Hard as Nails”
  • “A League of Their Own” (Part 1-2)
  • “Future Shock”
2004‚Äď06 Justice League Unlimited Bruce Wayne / Batman /¬†Joe Chill¬†/¬†Crimson Avenger (Lee Travis)¬†/ Pilot / Sky Patrol Officer Main role; 18 episodes; also performed, though uncredited, the song “Am I Blue?” in the episode “This Little Piggy”
2006 The Batman John Grayson (1 episode); “A Matter of Family”
2010 Batman: The Brave and the Bold Batman of Zur-En-Arrh / Phantom Stranger (2 episodes)

  • “The Super-Batman of Planet X!”¬†(as Batman of Zur-En-Arrh)
  • “Chill of the Night!”¬†(as Phantom Stranger)
2013 Tales of Metropolis Bruce Wayne / Batman (1 episode); “Lois Lane”
2014 Batman Beyond Bruce Wayne TV short
2014 Batman: Strange Days Bruce Wayne / Batman TV short
2016‚Äď2018 Justice League Action Bruce Wayne / Batman Main role

Film (animated)

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Batman: Mask of the Phantasm Bruce Wayne / Batman Theatrical release
1998 Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2000 Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2003 Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2005 The Complete Robin Storyboard Sequence Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
Short film
2008 Batman: Gotham Knight Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2009 Superman/Batman: Public Enemies Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2010 Superman/Batman: Apocalypse Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2012 Justice League: Doom Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2013 Jay & Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie The Mayor of Red Bank
2013 Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2014 Batman: Assault on Arkham Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2015 Batman vs. Robin Thomas Wayne Direct-to-video
2016 Batman: The Killing Joke Bruce Wayne / Batman Limited theatrical release/Direct-to-video
2017 Batman and Harley Quinn Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
1994 The Adventures of Batman & Robin Bruce Wayne / Batman Sega CD version
1999 Crusaders of Might and Magic Drake
2001 Batman: Vengeance Bruce Wayne / Batman
2001 Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy Fisherman Did recording again for the remastered version for the PS3 version download and disc due to problems with audio.
2003 Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne Lord Jack / Cleaner / Commando
2003 Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu Bruce Wayne / Batman
2003 Lords of EverQuest Lord Palasa
2009 Batman: Arkham Asylum Bruce Wayne / Batman / Thomas Wayne
2011 DC Universe Online Bruce Wayne / Batman
2011 Batman: Arkham City Bruce Wayne / Batman / Thomas Elliot / Hush
2011 Batman: Arkham City Lockdown Bruce Wayne / Batman
2012 Harley Quinn’s Revenge Bruce Wayne / Batman
2013 Injustice: Gods Among Us Bruce Wayne / Batman
2015 Infinite Crisis Bruce Wayne / Batman [20][21]
2015 Batman: Arkham Knight Bruce Wayne / Batman / Thomas Elliot / Hush
2016 Batman: Arkham VR Bruce Wayne / Batman / Thomas Wayne
2017 Injustice 2 Bruce Wayne / Batman
2018 Lego DC Super-Villains Bruce Wayne / Batman

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Beware the Batman Bruce Wayne/Batman, Thomas Wayne (voices) 26 episodes

2013‚Äď14

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Batman: Under the Red Hood Bruce Wayne / Batman(voice) Direct-to-video

2010

Batman: Gotham by Gaslight Bruce Wayne / Batman (voice) Direct-to-video

2018

Peter Weller, Image result for peter weller

Weller voiced the character of Bruce Wayne in the two-part 2013 animated adaptation of The Dark Knight Returns

2012 The Dark Knight Returns Bruce Wayne/Batman Direct-to-video animated film
Voice role

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2005 The Batman vs. Dracula Batman (Bruce Wayne) Direct-to-video
1999 Batman Beyond: The Movie Kidnapper Television movie
1999 Batman Beyond Kidnapper (1 episode); “Rebirth: Part 1”
2004‚Äď08 The Batman The Batman/Bruce Wayne Main role; 65 episodes

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Jason O’Mara¬†(born August 6, 1972) is an Irish-American actor. He has starred in the American television network dramas¬†In¬† Justice,¬†Life on Mars,¬†Terra Nova,¬†Vegas, and¬†Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

He is the¬†voice actor¬†for¬†DC Comics’ superhero¬†Bruce Wayne / Batman¬†in the animated films¬†Son of Batman,¬†Batman vs. Robin,¬†Batman: Bad Blood,¬†Justice League: War,¬†Justice League: Throne of Atlantis,¬†Justice League vs. Teen Titans¬†and¬†Justice League Dark.

2014 Son of Batman Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2014 Justice League: War Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2015 Batman vs. Robin Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2015 Justice League: Throne of Atlantis Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2016‚Äď2017 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Jeffrey Mace TV series
2016 Justice League vs. Teen Titans Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2016 Batman: Bad Blood Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2017 Justice League Dark Bruce Wayne / Batman Direct-to-video
2017 The Man in the High Castle Wyatt Price TV series (Amazon Prime)[9]
Season 3
2018 The Death of Superman Bruce Wayne / Batman Animated film

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Jeffrey Mace was born in¬†Brooklyn, New York. He was a reporter at the¬†Daily Bugle, who was inspired to become a superhero after seeing¬†Captain America¬†in action.¬†As the Patriot, Mace becomes one of several superheroes who fight¬†Nazi¬†saboteurs and supervillains during¬†World War II, sometimes alongside his sidekick Mary Morgan, a.k.a.¬†Miss Patriot. He helps found the superhero team known as the¬†Liberty Legion, billed as “America’s home front heroes” who fight saboteurs,¬†fifth columnists¬†and other wartime threats within the United States.After the war, the Patriot continues to fight crime on a regular basis, eventually helping the¬†All-Winners Squad¬†prevent the assassination of a young¬†Senator¬†John Fitzgerald Kennedy¬†in 1946. The skirmish costs the life of the second Captain America,¬†William Naslund¬†formerly the¬†Spirit of ’76. Mace is recruited to be the third Captain America,¬†retiring in 1949. He marries Betsy Ross who, as the superhero¬†Golden Girl, had briefly been the post-war sidekick of his Captain America, and in modern times succumbs to cancer at an old age.

Powers and abilities

Jeffrey Mace had no superpowers but he was an exceptional athlete, a superb hand-to-hand combatant and a licensed pilot. As Captain America, he carried a shield, similar to that used by his predecessors, that was made of enhanced titanium.

Lewis Wilson,¬†Lewis wilson.jpgLewis Gilbert Wilson¬†(January 28, 1920 ‚Äď August 9, 2000) was an American actor from¬†New York City¬†who was most famous for being the first actor to play¬†DC Comics¬†character¬†Batman¬†on screen in the 1943¬†film serial¬†Batman.

  • Batman¬†(1943) ‚ÄstBatman / Bruce Wayne

Robert Lowery, Robert Lowery in Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise.jpg

Robert Lowery¬†(born¬†Robert Lowery Hanks,¬†October 17, 1913 ‚Äď December 26, 1971) was an American¬†motion picture,¬†television, and stage¬†actor¬†who appeared in over seventy films.

1949 Batman and Robin Bruce Wayne/Batman

Adam West,

William West Anderson¬†(September 19, 1928 ‚Äď June 9, 2017), known professionally as¬†Adam West, was an American actor known primarily for his role as¬†Batman¬†in the 1960s¬†ABC¬†series of the same name¬†and its¬†1966 theatrical feature film.¬†West starred in two direct-to-DVD animated Batman films,¬†Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, and¬†Batman vs. Two-Face, the latter of which was released posthumously.

2003 Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt Himself Television film
2016 Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders Bruce Wayne / Batman (voice) Direct-to-DVD
2017 Batman vs. Two-Face Bruce Wayne / Batman (voice) Direct-to-DVD
Released posthumousl

Michael Keaton, Image result for Batman Returns

Michael John Douglas (born September 5, 1951), known professionally as Michael Keaton, is an American actor, producer, and director.

1992 1989 Batman Bruce Wayne / Batman
Batman :The Returns Bruce Wayne / Batman

Val Kilmer, Val Kilmer Cannes.jpg

Val Edward Kilmer (born December 31, 1959)is an American actor. Originally a stage actor, Kilmer became popular in the mid-1980s after a string of appearances in comedy films, starting with Top Secret! (1984), then the cult classic Real Genius (1985), as well as the military action film Top Gun (1986), the fantasy film Willow (1988), and Doc Holliday in Tombstone (1993).

1995 Batman Forever Bruce Wayne / Batman

George Clooney, 

  • Batman & Robin¬†(1997)

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Christian Charles Philip Bale (born 30 January 1974) is an English actor and producer.He has starred both in blockbuster films and smaller projects from independent producers and art houses.

  • Batman Begins (2005)
  • The Dark Knight¬†(2008)
  • The Dark Knight Rises¬†(2012)

Ben Affleck.Ben Affleck looks slightly away from the camera

Benjamin Geza Affleck-Boldt (born August 15, 1972) is an American actor and filmmaker

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 2016 Bruce Wayne / Batman
Suicide Squad

Justice League
2016

2017

Bruce Wayne / Batman

 

 

Uncredited cameo
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Ant-Man and the Wasp 2018

In 1987, Janet van Dyne / Wasp shrinks between the molecules of a Soviet nuclear missile, disabling it but becoming trapped in the microscopic quantum realm. Hank Pym / Ant-Man raises their daughter Hope assuming that Janet is dead. Years later, former criminal Scott Lang takes up the mantle of Ant-Man and discovers a way to both enter and return from the quantum realm.AVEN071.jpg

Pym and Hope begin work on repeating this feat, believing they may find Janet alive. Lang and Hope also start a romantic relationship and begin training to fight together as Ant-Man and the Wasp, until Lang secretly helps Captain America during a skirmish between the Avengers in violation of the Sokovia Accords.

Two years later, Pym and Hope briefly manage to open a tunnel to the quantum realm. Lang receives an apparent message from Janet, who he is quantumly entangled with. Despite having only days left of house arrest, Lang decides to call Pym. Hope kidnaps Lang, leaving a decoy so as not to arouse suspicion from FBI agent Jimmy Woo. Seeing the message as confirmation that Janet is alive, Pym and Hope work to create a stable tunnel so they can take a vehicle to the quantum realm and retrieve Janet.

Lang tries to help fight off this “ghost”, but she escapes with Pym’s portable lab.Ghost (Marvel character).jpgPym reluctantly visits his estranged former partner¬†Bill Foster¬†who helps them locate the lab. The ghost restrains Lang, Hope, and Pym when they arrive, and reveals herself to be Ava Starr. Her father¬†Elihas, another former partner of Pym’s, accidentally killed himself and his wife during a quantum experiment that caused Ava’s unstable state. Foster reveals that he has been helping Ava, who they plan to cure using Janet’s quantum energy. Believing that this will kill Janet, Pym refuses to help them and the trio manage to escape.

Pym and Hope are able to contact Janet who gives them a precise location to find her, but warns that they only have two hours before the unstable nature of the realm separates them for centuries…………..

.In a¬†mid-credits scene, Lang is doing the Quantum harvest in the Quantum Realm before Pym, Hope, and Janet all disintegrate, leaving him stranded in the Quantum Realm.¬†In a post-credits scene, a TV set plays an emergency signal while Pym’s Ant continues to play Lang’s drums.

 

 

Flashpoint The Movie 2020

While working in his lab during a storm one night, a bolt of lightning strikes a tray of chemicals soaking police scientist Barry Allen with its contents. Now able to move at super-speed, Barry becomes The Flash protecting Central City from the threats it faces.

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  • Batman¬†‚Äď Thomas Wayne is the¬†Batman¬†of the¬†Flashpoint¬†reality. Having long abandoned practicing medicine, Thomas Wayne runs Wayne Casinos and has taken up the identity of Batman. On the other hand, Batman in the¬†Flashpoint¬†timeline is an unhinged vigilante who dispenses murderous justice on the streets of Gotham and works out of an underequiped¬†Batcave¬†under the decaying ruins of¬†Wayne Manor. He also has the gun that¬†Joe Chill¬†used to shoot his son as a trophy, indicating that Wayne had gotten his revenge on Bruce Wayne’s murder.[1]¬†Wayne has brought gambling into Gotham as a means of controlling and strategically eliminating crime within the city, and he is also seen working with¬†Oswald Cobblepot. Subsequently, he has killed the¬†Flashpoint¬†versions of¬†Killer Croc,¬†Hush,¬†Poison Ivy, and¬†Scarecrow.With Bruce Wayne dying in his and his wife’s place, Thomas becomes the Batman. Judge Harvey Dent asks Thomas to save his children, who have been kidnapped by the Joker. Thomas later meets Barry Allen and learns that as a result of the Reverse-Flash’s manipulations, an alternate timeline was created. Upon finding out that Bruce originally survived the mugging instead of him and his wife, Batman allies himself with Barry in a quest to search and defeat Zoom to restore the timeline and bring his son back to life, regardless the cost of his own.While Allen is recovering in the Batcave after the first attempt to restore his speed, Thomas resumes locating the Joker with Police Chief¬†James Gordon. Later, Batman sees the footage of the Joker murdering Gordon and confronts the Joker in Wayne Manor, revealing her to be his wife Martha.[18]¬†It is revealed that after Bruce’s death, Martha disfigured her face after being driven mad by the loss of her child. Later on, Batman resumes in pursuing his wife after he successfully saves one of Dent’s children. In the final battle, Batman reveals of what he has learned from the Flash to the Joker; that he and his wife were supposed to die that night at Crime Alley and how they are alive now. Thomas promises her that he would do everything it takes just to bring their son back to life. When Martha asks her husband of what Bruce was like after they have died, Thomas reluctantly reveals that their son would become Batman. Knowing the sufferings her son would endure after their deaths puts Martha further into madness, and she falls to her demise in the Batcave.Batman later aids Barry Allen in his attempt to lead the world’s remaining heroes and villains in preventing the Amazons and Atlanteans from starting a world war.¬†In the climax of the series, Batman manages to kill Professor Zoom by stabbing him with an Amazonian sword. Before the Flash runs to stop his younger self from altering the timeline, Thomas thanks him for all he has done and gives Barry a letter addressed to his son.¬†After the timeline had reset, Bruce Wayne placed his father’s letter in a display case at the Batcave after reading it.
Powers
Adaptive
Agility
Escape Artist
Gadgets
Healing
Insanely Rich
Intellect
Leadership
Marksmanship
Stamina
Stealth
Super Strength
Unarmed Combat

Other Media

Television

{Flashbacks and hallucinations of Thomas Wayne have appeared in numerous Batman related media, usually depicting the Wayne murders.}

Super Friends

The first was a flashback in the¬†Super Friends¬†episode “The Fear”.

Batman: The Animated Series

Batman: The Animated Series
Batman: The Animated Series

He also made appearances in the DC Animated Universe in several episodes of Batman: The Animated Series usually voiced by Kevin Conroy.

Justice League

Thomas appears in Justice League voiced by Kevin Conroy.

The Batman

Thomas appears in The Batman.

Batman: The Brave and the Bold

Batman: The Brave and the Bold
Batman: The Brave and the Bold

In Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Thomas was voiced by Adam West.

Beware the Batman

Beware the Batman
Beware the Batman

Thomas appears in Beware the Batman.

Gotham

Grayson McCouch as Thomas Wayne
Grayson McCouch as Thomas Wayne

Grayson McCouch plays Thomas Wayne in the pilot episode for the FOX TV series. The aftermath of his murder drives much of the plot for the rest of the series.

Film

Batman (1989)

Flashbacks are also features in Batman (1989).

Batman Forever

Flashbacks in Batman Forever.

The Batman Vs Dracula

Animated films that have featured Thomas Wayne include The Batman Vs Dracula

The Dark Knight Returns

Flashbacks in The Dark Knight Returns

Son of Batman

Flashbacks in Son of Batman.

Batman: Gotham Knight

Flashbacks in Batman: Gotham Knight.

Batman Begins (2005)

Linus Roache as Doctor Thomas Wayne
Linus Roache as Doctor Thomas Wayne

In the first film of The Dark Knight Trilogy, Batman Begins (2005) director by Christopher Nolan. Thomas Wayne is portrayed by actor Linus Roache. In this adaptation, Thomas is a successful doctor and influential CEO in Gotham City creating great progress as well as being a caring father. Thomas truly loves his son Bruce and teaches him that people fall, so that they can pick themselves back up. Bruce idolizes Thomas and sees his father as his greatest hero.

One fateful night, Thomas, his wife Martha, and Bruce attend an Opera, but when Bruce becomes frightened by the “bat” actors, Thomas makes the decision to leave the show early through a back alley. The trio is approached by a mugger named Joe Chill who goes on to gun down Thomas and Martha in front of their son. Bruce is devastated by his parents death and everything is set into motion for him to eventually become The Batman.

Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox

Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox
Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox

This DC animated movie¬†Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox¬†is based off of the Flashpoint storyline. Here, Thomas Wayne’s backstory is the same. A major difference between the movie and the comic is that in the movie, Thomas Wayne shoots Reverse Flash rather than stabbing him with an Amazonian sword as in the comics.

Video Game

Batman: Arkham Series

The Arkham Series video games feature Thomas Wayne and make several references to him. In the

Batman: Arkham Origins, Thomas from The New 52 / Earth 2 & Flashpoint versions is often an alternative costume for Batman.

Injustice: Gods Among Us

Thomas from The New 52 / Earth 2 & Flashpoint versions is often an alternative costume for Batman in the game Injustice: Gods Among Us.

 

Joker

Real Name -Martha Kane
Current Alias -Joker
Aliases-Martha Wayne
Relatives -Thomas Wayne (husband, deceased), Bruce Wayne (son, deceased)

Affiliation -Herself/Chaos

Base Of Operations

Gotham City

Status

Alignment

Bad

Identity

Secret Identity

Citizenship

American

Marital Status

Separated
Occupation
Professional Criminal

Characteristics

Gender
Female

Eyes

Green

Hair

Brown

In the Flashpoint timeline,¬†Joe Chill¬†murders¬†Bruce Wayne, rather than the boy’s parents. Martha Wayne was so traumatized by the event she cuts open her cheeks to create a faux smile.¬†[1]Months after the murder, Martha tracks Chill down and murders him with a hammer. She turns to crime, working with her own version of¬†Harley Quinn¬†called¬†Yo-Yo¬†and becoming the archenemy of her husband,¬†Batman.Martha later kidnaps the twin children of¬†Judge Dent, and tricks¬†Chief Gordoninto shooting Dent’s daughter by taping her mouth shut and guns to her hands, and disguising her as the Joker. After Gordon does the deed, she slashes the chief’s throat. Batman turns up to face his estranged wife.¬†[2]Thomas tells her he has discovered a way to rewrite history so Bruce was never killed, and about¬†Barry Allen¬†and how he helped him restore his powers. Martha, however, is shocked that her son will grow up to become her greatest enemy, and commits suicide off a cliff near¬†Wayne Manor.

Martha Wayne becomes the¬†Joker¬†of this universe after the death of her son Bruce.She kidnaps the children of Harvey Dent.¬†The Joker tricks James Gordon into shooting Dent’s daughter by taping her mouth shut and disguising her as the Joker. She slashes Gordon’s throat before Batman confronts her.¬†Thomas confronts her about Bruce’s death and informs her he has a way to rewrite history and save Bruce’s life. Martha ceases her attacks but when she learns what Bruce will become if he lives, she runs away falling down a hole into the caves beneath Wayne Manor, killing her.

Abilities

  • Firearms
  • Hand-to-Hand Combat (Basic)

Weaknesses

  • Mental Illness

Actors who portrayed Martha Wayne”

 

Thomas Wayne, who was already an adult, had a head start in understanding science and could completely develop himself physically. He did not have to wait until adulthood, and furthermore, he had a good understanding of the criminal world. He could have trained within 7 years and immediately don the cape, unlike Bruce Wayne, who took perhaps 12 years before he could grow and be the Batman. Also, Thomas Wayne had all the years of experience and one could say that he had attained his peak capabilities. Furthermore, he did not share the handicap that Bruce did and was more than willing to kill the criminals with the gun.

If anything stands, Thomas Wayne from Flashpoint is better in ability than Bruce Wayne from the original Earth. He did not start late, since he had 20 whole years to live as the batman as compared to Bruce Wayne’s 5 years in adulthood.

However, Thomas Wayne will not even match up to Bruce Wayne when Bruce Wayne is at his prime. One can look up Dark Knight Returns and see how clever Bruce Wayne is, after all his years of experience. He is nowhere close in mindset to retirement, even though his old age caught up to him. In contrast, Thomas Wayne as he currently stands, is not as senile as DKR Batman, but his mindset is hoping for retirement, in the form of death. He has no principles, unlike Bruce and that is why he is willing to lose. In Flashpoint, Thomas Wayne had no qualms in separating himself with the Justice League and was willing to abandon all hope. Even he was emotionally wrecked and when he learnt that his son was the Batman in the original timeline, he was saddened that his son would follow the same path that he did.

The only reason Thomas has an advantage over Bruce in current timeline is because he took over the cape when Bruce was still a teen. But, if we compare Thomas and Bruce when they are the same age, Bruce will have an overwhelming advantage over Thomas.

Here is the ordering in terms of how much better each batman is in comparison with the other.

Bruce Wayne(now, at 25‚Äď30 years of age)<Thomas Wayne(now, in Flashpoint parallel universe, at 40‚Äď50 years of age)<<Bruce Wayne(at 40‚Äď50 years of age,in the future )

 

  • Thomas Wayne¬†was an adult, a doctor, a businessman, ruthless and dedicated. While he is not the versatile individual we know as Batman, with a host of skills, martial arts techniques, computer training, and all around combat techniques and strategy, he was a Batman unlike any you had ever seen.

Thomas Wayne was a Batman without limits. He would do whatever it took. Thomas Wayne’s Batman was a legendary figure in a different way.

  • Depending on the continuity, Thomas Wayne was already a doctor by the time Bruce was killed. He was a highly-skilled surgeon with a developed mind. Trained in the ways of medicine and business, he could focus on what was important for him. Training his body and acquiring the skills he needed in his one man war on crime.
  • He had no need for pretenses. No dating starlets to keep up appearances. No business meetings unless he wanted to be bothered. Likely he harnessed the same kinds of resources Bruce would develop to design his equipment with a couple of notable exceptions.

  • Thomas Wayne fought this world for DECADES, establishing himself as an urban legend who was thought to be invincible. Unlike Bruce he didn‚Äôt travel the world seeking martial arts training. He was wealthy and likely had his trainers come to him. An experienced businessman he redirected his wealth in the manner which gave him access to weapons, technology and most importantly secrecy.
  • Thomas Wayne had the motivation of someone who had been to medical school. He was used to long hours, used to memorizing facts, used to extreme fatigue and deprivation. All he needed was a motivation to take the law into his own hands. The death of his beloved son was enough.
  • Thomas Wayne had something else Bruce lacked. He was completely willing to kill anyone and everyone who stood between his anger and his vengeance. Thomas Wayne is a Batman obsessed with the loss of his son and later his wife.
  • His fighting styles are very different than Bruce‚Äôs. Brutal, bone-breaking, pure savagery. A marksman‚Äôs eye, a keen mind, perhaps not quite the detective Bruce would be, but sufficient enough for a war on crime. What detective work didn‚Äôt yield, expertise in torture, applied medically most certainly would.
  • It was also suggested by the later appearances of the New 52, Earth 2 version of Batman he might have used a drug like¬†Miraclo, (a super-steroid from which Venom is based) to give himself the powers of Hourman, which included a degree of superhuman strength and durability making him even more formidable in his battle against crime.

 

 

Injustice: Gods Among Us

Thomas from The New 52 / Earth 2 & Flashpoint versions is often an alternative costume for Batman in the game Injustice: Gods Among Us.

Thomas Wayne is an accomplished physician and skilled surgeon. It is said that he is responsible for saving thousands of lives personally. Bruce speaking of his father states at one point: “My father saved the lives of over four thousand people, one at a time‚Ķ with his bare hands and his mind.” In the Flashpoint timeline, it is shown that he is able to treat and care for deadly injuries, such as Barry’s third degree burns over seventy five percent of his body, with minimal medical equipment. Also in the Flashpoint Timeline, Thomas Wayne additionally uses his medical expertise to his advantage for combat purposes. For example in his confrontation with Barry Allen who had previously lost his powers, Thomas is shown capable of applying pressure points and breaking Barry’s finger and nearly breaking Barry’s arm simply to gain information. Additionally, Thomas coats some of his batarangs with a substance known as Etomidate, a drug used by Medical professionals which has anesthetic and amnestic properties and hypnotic effects.

It is said of Thomas Wayne, in the¬†Flashpoint¬†timeline, that he is the greatest tactician in the world. It is for this reason that Cyborg specifically sought him out to assist in the resistance against Wonder Woman and Aquaman. Cyborg also mentions that Batman is feared and respected among the world’s superhumans and criminal elements, and that his legend is so built up that it is believed (falsely) that Thomas is invincible.

Thomas in the Flashpoint timeline, demonstrates peak athletic strength and combat skills. He can effortlessly lift a grown man above his head, which is demonstrated in the confrontation with Barry. Also in that scene, it is shown that Thomas is able to throw Barry with a single arm, with enough force to shatter a wooden table to pieces. Later in the Flashpoint story, Thomas is shown of being very combat proficient by fighting and defeating well armed and elite soldiers trained to fight superhumans such as Superman. He is shown to have the strength to kick down a wooden door, shattering it into pieces and breaking the door frame and closely surrounding walls, all with a single kick. It is also implied in the final battle that he is capable enough to fight against Amazon warriors as well as Atlantian soldiers, though no such scenes are actually shown.

Regarding endurance and pain tolerance, Thomas is shown to be capable of withstanding heavy beatings, such as the prolonged physical assault given to him at the hands of the Joker, who was wielding a hammer. This is all the more impressive as Thomas’ batsuit contains no apparent armour or protective qualities. He is also shown being capable of withstanding and recovering from metahuman assaults from¬†Killer Croc¬†and Professor Zoom, and in both cases killing his attacker.

In the post-flasphpoint reality of Earth 2 Thomas’s abilities seem to be equivalent to those of his Flashpoint/Prime Earth counterpart.

 

 

Cast

Credited cast, sorted by IMDb STARmeter:
Gal Gadot Gal Gadot Diana Prince / Wonder Woman
Ezra Miller Ezra Miller Barry Allen / The Flash
Kiersey Clemons Kiersey Clemons Iris West
Billy Crudup Billy Crudup Henry Allen
Ray Fisher Ray Fisher Victor Stone / Cyborg

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The film stars Justin Chambers as Barry Allen / Flash, C. Thomas Howell as Eobard Thawne / Professor Zoom, Michael B. Jordan as Victor Stone / Cyborg, and Kevin McKidd as Thomas Wayne / Batman. The film also sees actors reprising roles from other DC Animated properties; actors including Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne / Batman, Nathan Fillion as Hal Jordan / Green Lantern, Ron Perlman as Deathstroke, Dana Delany as Lois Lane, Vanessa Marshall as Princess Diana / Wonder Woman and Dee Bradley Baker as Etrigan.

Aquaman vs. Wonder Woman!

Flash and Cruel Batman!

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Batman! Letter From Father!

Voice cast

  • Justin Chambers¬†as¬†Barry Allen / The Flash¬†Barry Allen is the main character of¬†Flashpoint¬†and is one of the few characters who remembers the original timeline. Despite being from the original timeline, Barry’s personal history is different: Barry initially does not have his super-speed or his secret identity as the Flash; his mother is alive and; he has no relationship with Iris West

 

  • C. Thomas Howell¬†as¬†Eobard Thawne / Professor Zoom-Professor Eobard “Zoom” Thawne, the Reverse-Flash, serves as a¬†red herring¬†of the¬†Flashpoint¬†timeline, and, unlike Barry, the Reverse-Flash still has his powers at their fullest. Eobard constantly toys with Barry by speaking to Barry’s mother while running at super-speed and replacing the costume inside the Flash’s ring with a Reverse-Flash costume. He is revealed to have caused tragedy in Barry’s life after realizing that preventing Barry from becoming the Flash would wipe out his own existence. In the¬†penultimate¬†issue, Reverse-Flash appears before the Flash during the battle between the Amazons and the Atlanteans.

 

  • Kevin Conroy¬†as¬†Bruce Wayne / Batman Batman’s¬†secret identity¬†is¬†Bruce Wayne, a wealthy American¬†playboy,¬†philanthropist, and owner of¬†Wayne Enterprises. After witnessing the murder of his parents¬†Dr. Thomas Wayne¬†and¬†Martha Wayne¬†as a child, he swore vengeance against criminals, an oath tempered by a sense of justice. Bruce Wayne trains himself physically and intellectually and crafts a¬†bat-inspired¬†persona to fight crime.

 

  • Kevin McKidd¬†as¬†Thomas Wayne / BatmanThomas Wayne is the¬†Batman¬†of the¬†Flashpoint¬†reality. Having long abandoned practicing medicine, Thomas Wayne runs Wayne Casinos and has taken up the identity of Batman. On the other hand, Batman in the¬†Flashpoint¬†timeline is an unhinged vigilante who dispenses murderous justice on the streets of Gotham and works out of an underequiped¬†Batcave¬†under the decaying ruins of¬†Wayne Manor.

 

  • Michael B. Jordan¬†as¬†Victor Stone / Cyborg Victor Stone was a high school athlete at odds with his brilliant scientist father¬†Silas Stone.¬†Vic was caught in an explosion at¬†S.T.A.R. Labs¬†when a nearby¬†Father Box¬†detonated.His father saved his life by using experimental technology to turn him into a¬†cyborg¬†in the¬†Red Room. Dr. Stone injected his son with nanites and installed experimental robotic parts . These included a¬†Promethean¬†skin graft,¬†Dr. Will Magnus’¬†Responsometer,¬†Professor Ivo’s¬†A-maze operating system, the classified and prototypical B-maze operating system, and¬†Dr. Ryan Choi’s¬†White Dwarf Stabilizer, as well as the energies from the¬†Father Box.

 

  • Dee Bradley Baker¬†as¬†Etrigan the Demon¬†(credited),¬†Top¬†(uncredited), Canterbury Cricket¬†(uncredited)Etrigan, son of the demon¬†Belial, is summoned by the¬†wizard¬†Merlin, his half-brother.[10][11]¬†Unable to gain the creature’s secrets, he bonds the demon with Jason Blood, a knight in¬†King Arthur’s¬†Camelot. This renders Jason immortal, though at times he considers this either a penance or a curse.

 

  • Steven Blum¬†as¬†Lex Luthor¬†(credited),¬†SHAZAM! / Captain Thunder¬†(uncredited)
  • Sam Daly¬†as¬†Clark Kent / Kal-El / Superman
  • Dana Delany¬†as¬†Lois Lane
  • Cary Elwes¬†as¬†Orin / Arthur Curry / Aquaman
  • Nathan Fillion¬†as¬†Hal Jordan / Green Lantern
  • Grey DeLisle-Griffin¬†as Nora Allen¬†(credited), Young Barry Allen¬†(uncredited),¬†Martha Wayne / Joker¬†(uncredited)
  • Jennifer Hale¬†as¬†Iris West¬†(credited),¬†Billy Batson¬†(uncredited)
  • Danny Huston¬†as¬†General Sam Lane
  • Danny Jacobs¬†as¬†Cole Cash / Grifter¬†(credited),¬†Leonard Snart / Captain Cold¬†(uncredited)
  • Peter Jessop¬†as¬†Dr. Vulko
  • Lex Lang¬†as¬†Nathaniel Adam / Captain Atom¬†(credited), Funeral Presider¬†(uncredited)
  • Vanessa Marshall¬†as¬†Princess Diana / Wonder Woman
  • Candi Milo¬†as Persephone¬†(credited),¬†Pedro Pena¬†(uncredited)
  • Ron Perlman¬†as¬†Slade Wilson / Deathstroke
  • Kevin Michael Richardson¬†as¬†President of the United States¬†(credited), James¬†(uncredited)
  • Andrea Romano¬†as Doris¬†(credited), Central City Newsreader¬†(uncredited)
  • James Patrick Stuart¬†as¬†Steve Trevor¬†(credited),¬†George “Digger” Harkness / Captain Boomerang¬†(uncredited),¬†Orm Marius / Ocean Master¬†(uncredited)
  • Hynden Walch¬†as¬†Yo-Yo

Plot

While visiting his mother’s grave,¬†Barry Allen, known as the¬†Flash, is alerted to a break-in by¬†Captain Cold,¬†Captain Boomerang,¬†Heat Wave,¬†Mirror Master, and¬†Top¬†at the Flash Museum. Defeating the Rogues, he discovers that they have been hired by his archenemy,¬†Professor Eobard “Zoom” Thawne, as part of a plan to destroy¬†Central City. With the help of the¬†Justice League, Barry foils Thawne’s plot, but Thawne’s taunts over the death of his mother still haunt Barry as he departs.

The next day, Barry wakes to discover that the world has radically changed: his powers are gone, his mother is alive, his wife Iris is married to a colleague, and the Justice League does not exist.¬†Aquaman¬†and his Atlantean forces have sunk most of Europe, while¬†Wonder Woman¬†has led the¬†Amazons¬†in conquering Great Britain, and both forces are now at war after an attempted alliance between them resulted in Wonder Woman murdering Aquaman’s wife¬†Mera, due to Mera discovering that Aquaman and Wonder Woman had a secret affair together and Mera confronting Wonder Woman herself.¬†Cyborg¬†has assembled a team to eliminate both parties and approaches¬†Batman¬†to join them, but his refusal leads the government to scrap the plan, and instead recruit pilot¬†Hal Jordan¬†to fly¬†an alien spacecraft¬†to bomb the Atlanteans.

Barry visits Wayne Manor, but is attacked by Batman‚ÄĒwho he realizes is not Bruce Wayne but his father¬†Thomas; suspicious of Barry’s statements, Batman breaks a few of his fingers. Barry eventually convinces Batman that Barry is in an alternate reality, where Bruce was killed by¬†Joe Chill; which caused Thomas to become Batman, and¬†Martha Wayne, driven mad by Bruce’s death, to become the¬†Joker¬†and attack Thomas’ business: the world’s largest casino. Attempting to explain things to the elder Wayne, Barry retrieves his costume from his ring, but Professor Zoom’s costume appears instead, causing Barry to believe Thawne is responsible for the timeline alteration. Barry convinces Batman to help him recreate the accident that gave him his powers, but the attempt fails and Barry is severely burned.

In London,¬†Steve Trevor¬†attempts to extricate reporter¬†Lois Lane, but is discovered by the Amazons and killed. The Amazons hunt down Lane, but she is rescued by the local resistance. Meanwhile, in the remains of Paris, Deathstroke and¬†Lex Luthor¬†are attacked and killed by Aquaman’s forces while tracking the energy trail of Aquaman’s new weapon, which is powered by the captive¬†Captain Atom.

At the Batcave, after realizing that his memories are changing, Barry asks Batman for help in recreating the accident again. The second attempt succeeds and Barry’s powers are restored, but he discovers he cannot travel through time because Thawne is also using the¬†Speed Force. Barry recruits more allies, beginning with an emaciated¬†Superman, who is a prisoner of the U.S. Government after his ship crashed into Metropolis. With the aid of Batman and Cyborg, they liberate Superman, who is empowered by Earth’s yellow sun for the first time and fends off the facility’s security then flies off in fear and confusion. Barry collapses as his memories continue to change.

Barry is taken to¬†Billy Batson’s home to recuperate, and learns that Jordan’s attack has failed and that the final battle between the Amazons and Atlanteans has begun. Barry convinces the superheroes to help stop the war and they depart for Britain aboard Batman’s jet, only to be shot down upon arrival. Batson and his siblings combine into Captain Thunder to fight Wonder Woman, while Barry, Cyborg and Batman occupy Aquaman. After killing Black Manta alongside¬†Grifter, Batman is wounded by¬†Ocean Master. Thawne reveals himself and after brutally beating Barry, explains that Barry himself is responsible for this alternate timeline: Barry traveled back in time to save his mother, fracturing the fabric of reality. Wonder Woman uses her lasso to force Captain Thunder back into Batson and kills him; Superman returns but cannot save Cyborg from Aquaman. Wonder Woman faces Aquaman, with both declaring an intention to fix things their way. Aquaman remotely detonates Captain Atom with a ray. As the explosion tears across the landscape, Thawne declares his intention to keep Barry in this reality to kill him, but he is then killed by Batman. The dying Batman urges Barry to run, and gives him a letter addressed to his son. Barry races back in time and stops his earlier self but again fractures time, creating¬†another alternate timeline.

Barry awakens at his desk and finds that reality is apparently back to normal. After spending a moment with Iris at his mother’s grave, Barry visits Bruce Wayne to tell him about everything that occurred. Barry gives Bruce the letter from his father, and Wayne thanks him. Barry then runs off.

In a post-credits scene, a Boom Tube opens in space above Earth and a horde of Parademons emerges

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Barry Allen¬†seems to be aware of significant differences between the regular timeline and the altered one, including¬†Cyborg’s place as the world’s quintessential hero much like how¬†Superman¬†is in the main timeline, with Superman himself being held captive as a lab-rat by the United States government within an underground facility in Metropolis. In addition,¬†Thomas Wayne¬†is¬†Batman, and a war between¬†Wonder Woman¬†and¬†Aquaman¬†has decimated western Europe.

Major characters

  • The Flash¬†‚Äď Barry Allen is the main character of¬†Flashpoint¬†and is one of the few characters who remembers the original timeline. Despite being from the original timeline, Barry’s personal history is different: Barry initially does not have his super-speed or his secret identity as the Flash; his mother is alive and; he has no relationship with Iris West.
  • Reverse-Flash¬†‚Äď Professor Eobard “Zoom” Thawne, the Reverse-Flash, serves as a¬†red herring¬†of the¬†Flashpoint¬†timeline, and, unlike Barry, the Reverse-Flash still has his powers at their fullest. Eobard constantly toys with Barry by speaking to Barry’s mother while running at super-speed and replacing the costume inside the Flash’s ring with a Reverse-Flash costume.¬†
  • Booster Gold¬†‚Äď When Earth and the rest of the universe entered into an alternate timeline due to the feud between the¬†Flash¬†and the¬†Reverse-Flash, Booster Gold and Skeets awaken and are the only ones who remember the original timeline.¬†
  • Kid Flash¬†‚Äď Bart Allen wakes up in the 31st century in Brainiac’s stasis pod chamber without his super-speed. After failing to avoid being recaptured by Brainiac, he is confronted by a female¬†Hot Pursuit¬†and escapes with her help. Hot Pursuit reveals herself to be Patty Spivot, Barry Allen’s assistant.

Heroes

  • Abin Sur¬†‚Äď As the “Blackest Night” falls across the universe, Abin Sur, or Green Lantern of Sector 2814, is dispatched to Earth by the Guardians of the Universe with the mission to retrieve the White Entity and bring it back to Oa.
  • Batman¬†‚Äď Thomas Wayne is the¬†Batman¬†of the¬†Flashpoint¬†reality. Having long abandoned practicing medicine, Thomas Wayne runs Wayne Casinos and has taken up the identity of Batman. On the other hand, Batman in the¬†Flashpoint¬†timeline is an unhinged vigilante who dispenses murderous justice on the streets of Gotham and works out of an underequiped¬†Batcave¬†under the decaying ruins of¬†Wayne Manor. With Bruce Wayne dying in his and his wife’s place, Thomas becomes the Batman. Judge Harvey Dent asks Thomas to save his children, who have been kidnapped by the Joker. Thomas later meets Barry Allen and learns that as a result of the Reverse-Flash’s manipulations, an alternate timeline was created. Upon finding out that Bruce originally survived the mugging instead of him and his wife, Batman allies himself with Barry in a quest to search and defeat Zoom to restore the timeline and bring his son back to life, regardless the cost of his own.
  • Captain Thunder¬†‚Äď The Marvel Family of the¬†Flashpoint¬†timeline consists of six children who were caught on a subway car that took them to the Rock of Eternity. As a result, each of the youths were given a different one of the wizard’s attributes, and go by the name “S!H!A!Z!A!M!”. The six children possess the collective ability to turn into Captain Thunder, this timeline’s version of Captain Marvel.¬†The six children include:
    • Billy Batson¬†‚Äď The¬†De facto¬†leader of S!H!A!Z!A!M! who possesses the courage of Achilles.
    • Mary Batson¬†– Sister of Billy Batson who possesses the stamina of Atlas.
    • Freddy Freeman¬†– Friend of Billy and Mary Batson, who possesses the power of Zeus. He is crippled in this timeline and walks with the aid of a pair of canes.
    • Eugene Choi¬†– An Asian-American boy who possesses the wisdom of Solomon.
    • Pedro Pe√Īa¬†– An overweight Latino boy who possesses the strength of Hercules.
    • Darla Dudley¬†– An African-American girl who possesses the speed of Mercury.
  • Citizen Cold¬†‚Äď Leonard Snart a.k.a. Citizen Cold is the local hero of Central City. Citizen Cold, much like his DC Universe counterpart, is mainly motivated by money and women. He is using his superhero identity as a way to gain celebrity status in his fights against supervillains.
  • Creatures of the Unknown¬†‚Äď Lt. Matthew Shrieve was ambushed by Nazi soldiers, but then saved by Frankenstein. Later, Shrieve and Frankenstein are invited by Project M to join the Creature of the Unknown. Led raid with the Creatures, Frankenstein personally killed Adolf Hitler. After the end of World War II, Project M is deemed obsolete by Robert Crane’s government services. Frankenstein refuses to accept, but is subdued and put into stasis by the G.I. Robot. Later, Frankenstein and the Creatures are revived and escape from the lab facility where they are imprisoned for 65 years. General Nathan Adam then contacts Shrieve’s granddaughter Miranda to hunt down the Creatures.
  • Cyborg¬†‚Äď Victor Stone is America’s greatest superhero. Cyborg is attempting to amass a superhero resistance against Aquaman and Wonder Woman’s forces. However, the heroes he approaches all refuse after Batman declines.
  • General Nathaniel Adam¬†‚Äď General Nathaniel Adam never went through with the Dilustel experiment and is consequently much older than in the original timeline. General Adam controls “Project Six”‘s body, using it to attack Booster Gold as he believes Booster Gold to be an Atlantean threat. During the battle, General Adam’s control link is destroyed by¬†Metahuman¬†interference, causing Project Six’s true personality to surface
  • Haly’s Circus¬†‚Äď A circus group traveling through Europe, providing entertainment for various cities and a means of survival on the run from the war. The circus group include:
    • Deadman¬†‚Äď Boston Brand is an¬†acrobat, featured in a show alongside the Flying Graysons. Boston is still as obnoxious and arrogant as he was before he died, and he does not wish to be a part of the circus. Brand makes fun of the circus’ fortune teller, Doctor Fate, until Fate gives him a vision of Boston standing over a dead Dick Grayson. Before the next show, Deadman tries to convince Dick to go solo, but Dick tells him that family means too much to him. Dick poses the question that Deadman’s seeming fearlessness could stem from his insecurity of being alone.
    • Dick Grayson¬†‚Äď He is a part of the Haley Circus acrobats, featured in a show alongside Boston Brand. In a vision that Doctor Fate gives Boston Brand, Boston is standing over Dick’s body. Before the next show, Boston tries to convince Dick to perform solo. However, Dick tells him that family means too much to him. Dick poses the question that Boston’s seeming fearlessness could stem from his insecurity of being alone.¬†Afterwards, Dick and Boston run to the countryside looking for reinforcements, when they are caught in an explosion. Dick survives, but his friend Boston is killed. When Dick walks towards his friend’s body, he is unaware of the fact that he walks through the ghost of Boston. Dick manages to take the Amazons down with a gasoline explosion. Meeting up with the Resistance, Dick becomes the new Doctor Fate. He is aided by the ghostly Boston, who lets him know that he is not alone.
    • The Flying Graysons¬†‚Äď Dick Grayson’s parents are the¬†trapeze artists¬†in Haley’s Circus; they are famed for always working without a net.
    • Doctor Fate¬†‚Äď Haley Circus’¬†fortune teller. He tells co-worker Boston Brand of a vision of the death of Brand’s fellow acrobat, Dick Grayson.
    • King Shark¬†‚Äď Haley Circus’¬†strongman.
    • Rag Doll¬†‚Äď Haley Circus’¬†contortionist.During the attack of the Amazons, Rag Doll is rescued by Resistance member Vertigo.
  • Hal Jordan¬†– Jordan, a member of U.S. Air Force, and Carol Ferris are in F-22 Raptors entering Western European territory when the Shark attacks. Hal forces the Shark to crash his jet into Carol’s jet, and both of them barely eject in time.¬†
  • Kal-El¬†– Kal-El’s rocket crashed directly into Metropolis, resulting in the deaths of over thirty-five thousand people. The infant inside was subsequently taken into government captivity.
  • Oliver Queen¬†– The head of Green Arrow Industries, a major military contracting company. He led an ex-military band of Green Arrows. Even though Oliver is an inventive genius, he steals advanced gadgets from super-villains for military use.¬† Oliver is shocked when the woman reveals to him that she is a daughter of¬†Vixen, making them targets for the super-villains looking to regain their weapons.
  • The¬†Outsider¬†– Michael Desai was born in¬†Chandigarh, India, an infant Metahuman with¬†alabaster-white skin and superhuman durability. When his mother died during his childbirth (an accident which Desai’s father blamed him for causing) Desai created a massive sinkhole within a three-mile radius of Chandigarh, killing thousands of people and leaving him as the only survivor.
  • Resistance¬†‚Äď A group of individuals gathered by Grifter to face the menace of the war between the Atlanteans and the Amazons.
  • The group includes:
    • Britannia¬†‚Äď Penelope “Penny” Black was a British Navy officer working on the¬†Tintagel, a ship that was testing the Lionheart, an experimental engine. However, the Lionheart malfunctioned during a test run, causing the ship to teleport from the sea to the middle of dry land. T
    • Canterbury Cricket¬†– Jeramey Chriqui was once an arrogant con man of a university student; that is until the Amazons attacked. With the campus being invaded, Jeramey sought refuge in Canterbury Cathedral.¬†
    • Etrigan the Demon¬†– While Etrigan and the heroes are running from Amazons, they are rescued by Canterbury Cricket. The heroes hide in the bush and learn Canterbury Cricket’s origins, until Amazons breach their hideout.
    • Godiva¬†– While Godiva and the heroes are running from Amazons, they are rescued by Canterbury Cricket. The heroes hide in the bush and learn Canterbury Cricket’s origins, until Amazons breach their hideout.
    • Grifter¬†– He is the leader of the United Kingdom’s Resistance movement against the Amazons.
    • Kid Devil¬†– He is a member of the Resistance.
    • Lois Lane¬†‚Äď A young Lois sneaked into the facility that her father was stationed to bring him a birthday cake.¬†
    • Miss Hyde¬†– Bobbie Stephenson suffered an accident, resulting in her being able to change into a muscle-bound form she calls “Miss Hyde”. After the Resistance reach Winchester, Miss Hyde betrays them, revealing that the Furies have offered her a cure for her condition, and indictment into their ranks. Miss Hyde bullies the Resistance to surrender by holding a knife to Lois’ neck.
    • Steve Trevor¬†‚Äď He is sent to New Themyscira to extract Lois Lane, but is eventually captured and interrogated by Wonder Woman.
    • Vertigo¬†– He lost his family in the Amazon/Atlantean war. He volunteered to rescue Boston Brand, Dick Grayson and Rag Doll from the Amazons’ attack in Eastern Europe.
  • Secret Seven¬†– A secret organization of magic users.
    • Shade, the Changing Man¬†‚Äď The leader of the Secret Seven. Shade is contacted by the heroes of Earth and attends a meeting that Cyborg has arranged to talk about the possibility of creating a group of heroes to deal with the Amazon/Atlantean war. When Batman refuses to join, Shade declines as well.
    • Abra Kadabra¬†‚Äď A television presenter and member of the Secret Seven. He sends a message about Shade, the Changing Man, believing that Shade is a dangerous lunatic, and then reveals the Secret Seven members.
    • Amethyst¬†– Member of the Secret Seven.
    • Enchantress¬†– Member of the Secret Seven.She is revealed to be a spy working for the Amazons.
    • Mindwarp¬†– Member of the Secret Seven.
    • Raven¬†– Member of the Secret Seven. She has corrupted her father Trigon.
    • Zatanna¬†‚Äď Member of the Secret Seven. She is a member of a¬†motorcycle gang.
  • Traci Thirteen¬†‚Äď Traci rescued her father from Paris before it was destroyed by the Atlanteans, though she feels guilty as she was unable to save her mother and siblings. She discovers that her father and the superhero representatives from around the world are preparing to take drastic action to stop the Amazons and Atlanteans from destroying the rest of the world.

Villains

The Amazons РWhen a failed attempt by the Amazons to unite the Atlanteans have met with unfortunate demises, they ended up in a war with the Atlanteans.

  • The Amazons include:
    • Queen¬†Hippolyta¬†‚Äď The Queen of the Amazons. Her death was the cause of the war between the Atlateans and Amazons.
    • Princess Diana¬†‚Äď Wonder Woman was ready to marry¬†Arthur Curry¬†when her mother was killed on their wedding day while protecting her from an arrow. What she did not know was the one who killed her mother was Artemis.
    • Artemis¬†‚Äď Artemis, along with Penthesileia and¬†Orm, plotted to prevent the union of¬†Arthur Curry¬†and¬†Diana, which resulted of the death of Diana’s mother. She then framed¬†Garth¬†for the murder.
    • Philippus¬†‚Äď One of the Amazons present at the wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Arthur. She kills an already-defeated Garth, who had been himself framed by Artemis for the murder of Hippolyta.
    • The¬†Furies¬†– A group of female warriors loyal to the Amazons. However, this loyalty appears to be due to fear of Wonder Woman and the Amazons.
      • Arrowette¬†‚Äď She joined with the Amazons.
      • Cheetah¬†‚Äď She joined with the Amazons.
      • Cheshire¬†‚Äď She joined with the Amazons.
      • Giganta¬†‚Äď She joined with the Amazons and is shown guarding Westminster.
      • Hawkgirl¬†‚Äď She joined with the Amazons.
      • Huntress¬†‚Äď She joined with the Amazons.
      • Katana¬†– She joined with the Amazons.
      • Lady Vic¬†– She joined with the Amazons.
      • Silver Swan¬†– She joined with the Amazons.
      • Starfire¬†– She joined with the Amazons. She intends to burn the city to the ground.
      • Terra¬†‚Äď Tara Markov is Geo-Pulse’s half-sister. It was through her that New Themyscira was saved from destruction when Aquaman flooded Western Europe.
      • Vixen¬†– She is a supervillainess and former lover of industrialist Oliver Queen. Vixen and Oliver have a daughter who tries to assassinate her father, but is killed by his security team.

The Atlanteans РWhen a failed attempt by the Amazons to unite the Atlanteans have met with unfortunate demises, they ended up in a war with the Atlanteans. Outside the Amazons, the Atlanteans have caused havoc in Western Europe. The following Atlanteans include:

  • Emperor¬†Aquaman¬†‚Äď Aquaman is taken to live with the Atlanteans years before, meaning he has not learnt compassion. He had fallen in love with Princess Diana after saving her from a sea creature and was ready to marry her when Diana’s mother was killed on their wedding day. He later married Mera instead, but she dies at the hands of the Amazons. Subsequently, he, along with his Atlanteans, wage war against the Amazons, and have caused havoc in Western Europe.
  • Garth¬†‚Äď He was framed by Artemis for the death of Hippolyta on the wedding day of Aquaman and Wonder Woman. Garth is killed by Philippus before he can tell Aquaman that Artemis was collaborating with Orm.
  • Mera¬†‚Äď She is the Queen of Atlantis and was killed by Wonder Woman at some point.
  • Prince Orm¬†‚Äď The half-brother of Aquaman, Orm assists Aquaman in causing havoc in Western Europe.
  • Rodunn¬†– An Atlantean General.
  • Shark¬†– An agent of the Atlanteans. He attacks Hal Jordan and Carol Ferris of F-22 Raptors for entering the Western Europe territory.¬†
  • Siren¬†– Mera’s twin sister. She, along with Orm, tried to kill Terra because of her value in battle and mostly because Siren wanted revenge for her sister’s death. Siren is, however, easily slain by Penthesileia.
  • Vulko¬†– He designed a device that when attached to the King of Markovia, Brion Markov, it amplifies Brion’s powers of manipulation of the Earth’s gravitational field. It is through this device that Aquaman managed to cause Western Europe to sink into the sea.
  • Brainiac¬†– He is the ruler of the 31st Century Earth. He has captured Kid Flash, whom he then placed in stasis. However, Hot Pursuit manages to rescue the young speedster.
  • Caretaker¬†– The leader of a group of¬†pirates¬†who kidnapped Deathstroke’s daughter Rose.
  • Deathstroke¬†‚Äď The leader of a group of¬†pirates.
    • Clayface¬†‚Äď A version of Clayface is a member of Deathstroke’s pirates after being broken out of a floating prison by Deathstroke.[2]¬†During an ambush by Aquaman and Ocean Master, Clayface is pushed by Aquaman into the water apparently killing him.[
    • Eel¬†‚Äď Member of Deathstroke’s pirates after being broken out of a floating prison by Deathstroke.
    • Icicle¬†‚Äď Member of Deathstroke’s pirates.
    • Machiste¬†‚Äď Member of Deathstroke’s pirates.
    • Scavenger¬†– Member of Deathstroke’s pirates
    • Sonar¬†‚Äď Member of Deathstroke’s pirates.
    • Tattooed Man¬†– Member of Deathstroke’s pirates.
  • Neil Sinclair¬†– Neil Sinclair volunteered for a government super-soldier program as the government is looking to create “the hero of tomorrow”.¬†
  • Eel O’Brian¬†‚Äď When Heat Wave is sent to death row at Queen’s Row Penitentiary after killing Jason Rusch, Plastic Man arrives to break him out, having been hiding in the body of his cellmate Cluemaster
  • Gorilla Grodd¬†‚Äď Gorilla Grodd became the ruler of¬†Gorilla City¬†by overthrowing Emperor¬†Solovar¬†and eventually conquered all of Africa.¬†
  • Heat Wave¬†‚Äď In hopes to become the current¬†Firestorm.
  • Joker¬†‚Äď Martha Wayne becomes the¬†Joker¬†of this universe after the death of her son Bruce.
  • Project Six¬†‚Äď After being discovered lying dormant in an underground vault, Project Six’s DNA is used by the government Sam Lane to create supersoldiers. The volunteer supersoldier is¬†Neil Sinclair.
  • Queen’s Row Penitentiary¬†Inmates¬†– These are the inmates of Queen’s Row Penitentiary.
    • Clock King¬†– A prison inmate.
    • Cluemaster¬†‚Äď Cluemaster is featured as¬†Heat Wave’s cellmate.
    • Killer Wasp¬†‚Äď A prison inmate.
    • Meta Gang¬†– A prison gang of metahumans.
      • Animal Man¬†– A superhero who was imprisoned at Queen’s Row Penitentiary who upon being framed for the murder of his family.¬†
      • Atomic Skull¬†‚Äď A prison inmate and member of the Meta Gang.
      • KGBeast¬†– A prison inmate and member of the Meta Gang. He was killed by Amazo.
      • Psimon¬†– A prison inmate and member of the Meta Gang.
      • Shadow Thief¬†– A prison inmate and member of the Meta Gang.
    • Non-Meta Gang¬†– A prison gang of non-metahumans.
      • Black Manta¬†– A prison inmate and member of the Non-Meta Gang.
      • Lock-Up¬†– A prison inmate and member of the Non-Meta Gang.
      • Sportsmaster¬†– A prison inmate and member of the Non-Meta Gang.
      • Victor Zsasz¬†‚Äď A prison inmate and member of the Non-Meta Gang.
    • Slipknot¬†– A prison inmate.
    • Thinker¬†– A prison inmate.
  • Rogues¬†– Assembled by Mirror Master against Citizen Cold.
    • Fallout¬†– Member of Mirror Master’s Rogues.
    • Mirror Master¬†– Assembles the Rogues. He is imprisoned in the mirrors called the mirrorverse: it is mostly assumed Citizen Cold killed him, and he cannot leave the mirrors or he will die.
    • Tar Pit¬†– Member of Mirror Master’s Rogues.
    • Trixter¬†– He is imprisoned in Iron Heights.¬†
    • Weather Wizard¬†– Member of Mirror Master’s Rogues.

Other characters

  • Alexandra Gianopoulo¬†– A woman who can absorb the talents and powers of those she touches and whose father died fighting Emperor Aquaman.

”¬†Alexandra subsequently sacrifices herself to save Booster Gold from an Atlantean attack, leaving Booster Gold to return to Vanishing Point as history resets itself without any clear memory of his time in the¬†Flashpoint¬†universe. Before the¬†Time Masters: Vanishing Point, Alexandra appeared and leaves the message on the chalkboard before vanishing.”

  • Amanda Waller¬†– An advisor to the President of the United States who tells him that Hal Jordan is insubordinate and irresponsible.¬†
  • Ambush Bugs¬†– A group of insect-themed heroes gathered together by the Canterbury Cricket to fight the Amazons.
    • Blue Beetle
    • Cockroach
    • Firefly¬†–
    • Queen Bee
  • Atrocitus¬†‚Äď A Red Lantern who is imprisoned on the planet Ysmault. Atrocitus killed William Hand in this timeline, which unleashed Nekron and triggered the¬†Blackest Night.
  • Black Adam¬†– He challenged the Outsider who used technology to summon the magic lightning to change him back to Teth Adam.
  • Blackhawks¬†– Squadron of F-35, along with the fighters Hal Jordan and Carol Ferris, are to attack on New Themyscira.
  • Black Orchid¬†– She is a member of the original Secret Seven who had been killed years earlier.¬†
  • Baron Blitzkrieg¬†‚Äď He is killed by Frankenstein with a sword driven through his chest.
  • Brother Blood¬†– He is developing¬†drug lord.
  • Carol Ferris¬†– She, along with Hal Jordan, is on a F-22 Raptor entering Western Europe territor
  • Catman¬†‚Äď He is killed by Gorilla Grodd.
  • Changeling¬†– He is a member of the hyper-intelligent gorillas attacking in¬†Namibe.
  • Circe¬†– Imprisoned by Hippolyta’s sister Penthesileia in Antarctica for uncovering the truth of the Western European Amazon/Atlantean war. Circe is freed by Traci Thirteen.
  • Congorilla¬†‚Äď He is killed by Gorilla Grodd in the Gorilla City arena.
  • Doctor Phosphorus¬†– He is invited by Matthew Shrieve to be the new member of Creatures of the Unknown, but Doctor Phosphorus then betrays him killing his family.
  • Doctor Thirteen¬†‚Äď Terrence Thirteen is Traci Thirteen’s father. Doctor Thirteen is rescued from Paris before its destruction by his daughter, and is a member of the H.I.V.E., who vote on using nuclear weapons to end the Atlantean/Amazonian threat in Western Europe.¬†
  • Element Woman¬†– She is contacted by the heroes of Earth and attends a meeting that Cyborg has arranged to talk about the possibility of creating a group of heroes to deal with the Amazon/Atlantean War.¬†
  • Firestorm
    • Ronald Raymond¬†‚Äď Ronald’s friend Jason is killed by Heat Wave so that he can take his place in the Firestorm Matrix.
    • Jason Rusch¬†‚Äď Jason is killed by Heat Wave in an attempt to take his place in the Firestorm Matrix.
  • Frankenstein¬†‚Äď Leader of the Creatures of the Unknownwho departs the Creatures to fight against the Atlantean/Amazon War.
  • G.I. Robot¬†‚Äď It replaces Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown after they are deemed obsolete by Robert Crane’s government services.
  • Geo-Pulse¬†‚Äď Brion Markov is the king of Markovia. At some point, he is contacted by Mera.¬†
  • Guardians of the Universe¬†‚Äď They tasked Abin Sur the mission to travel to Earth and recover the White Entity, and bring it to Oa.
  • Guy Gardner¬†– A¬†bartender¬†in¬†Queensland, Australia. He is also a pacifist who overcomes his anger problems by finding Buddhism.
  • H.I.V.E.¬†‚Äď An organization whose council members take a vote on using nuclear weapons to end the Amazon/Atlantean war in Western European.
    • Adeline Kane¬†‚Äď Deathstroke’s ex-wife and member of H.I.V.E council. She voted against using nuclear weapons to end the war in Western European Amazon/Atlantean.
    • August General in Iron¬†‚Äď Member of H.I.V.E council. He voted for civilians to live in Western European Amazon/Atlantean war before using nuclear weapons.[
    • Captain Nazi¬†‚Äď Member of H.I.V.E council. He voted against using nuclear weapons to end the war in Western European Amazon/Atlantean.[
    • Dr. Kimiyo Hoshi¬†‚Äď Member of H.I.V.E council. She voted against using nuclear weapons to end the war in Western European Amazon/Atlantean.
    • Impala¬†‚Äď He voted for civilians to live in Western European Amazon/Atlantean war before using nuclear weapons.
    • Naif al-Sheikh¬†‚Äď Member of H.I.V.E council. He voted for civilians to live in Western European Amazon/Atlantean war before using nuclear weapons.[45]
    • Prince Osiris¬†‚Äď He is the prince of Kahndaq and a member of H.I.V.E council. He voted against using nuclear weapons to end the war in Western European Amazon/Atlantean.
    • Ra’s al Ghul¬†‚Äď He is a young boy and member of H.I.V.E council. He voted against using nuclear weapons to end the war in Western European Amazon/Atlantean.
    • Red Star¬†‚Äď Member of H.I.V.E council. He voted for civilians to live in Western European Amazon/Atlantean war before using nuclear weapons.
  • Harvey Bullock¬†– An alcoholic whom Batman interrogated for information on the Joker.
  • Harvey Dent¬†‚Äď In this reality, Harvey Dent did not become Two-Face. Harvey Dent is a judge who has a wife and kids. When the Joker kidnaps Dent’s children, Harvey asks¬†Thomas Wayne¬†for help in their search, agreeing to do anything he asks of him.
  • Hector Hammond¬†– Private consultant of Ferris Aircraft with his test pilots Hal Jordan and Carol Ferris
  • Hush¬†‚Äď He is killed by Batman.
  • Isis¬†– She is mentioned by her brother Osiris believing that she has been killed by the Atlanteans/Amazons.
  • Iris West¬†‚Äď Iris is a television reporter who investigates Central City’s hero, Citizen Cold.
  • J’onn J’onzz¬†– J’onn is teleported to Earth and held captive in one of the Outsider’s research facilities. After studying and torturing J’onn, the Outsider then sold him to the Russian government, after which J’onn attacked them and took over the country.
  • Jack Ryder¬†– He is a news broadcaster who relays the message that Wonder Woman led the Amazons in conquering the United Kingdom, renaming it New Themyscira during the war.
  • James Gordon¬†‚Äď The chief of the police and works with Thomas Wayne.
  • Jason Todd¬†– He is portrayed as a former drug-addict and a follower of Brother Blood. He eventually turns his life around and becomes a priest.
  • Jay Garrick¬†– He is apparently dead after Kid Flash, who is being controlled by the Speed Force, reduces Jay’s speed to give the Flash power and to stop the near-past Flash himself.
  • Jimmy Olsen¬†‚Äď An agent of Cyborg to spy the Amazons.
  • Joe Chill¬†– He killed a young Bruce Wayne with the gunshot, leaving Thomas and Martha’s son dead.
  • Killer Croc¬†‚Äď He kidnapped the people of Gotham and imprisoned them in the sewer. Batman then arrives and attacks Killer Croc. Killer Croc is about to strike back at Batman, but Batman stabs him in the head with his own machete. Batman then rescues the people Croc had imprisoned.
  • Kilowog¬†– The Green Lantern of Space Sector 674. He is subsequently killed by Nekron.
  • Krypto¬†– Skeletal remains are seen in a government underground bunkers labeled as Subject 2.
  • Lex Luthor¬†– A young child alongside his father, Lionel Luthor, who tours Sam Lane’s facility of aliens.¬†
  • Lionel Luthor¬†– Lex Luthor’s father.
  • Lisa Snart¬†‚Äď Citizen Cold’s sister who is beaten brutally by her father. Later, Lisa killed her father with a gunshot and is arrested for the crime
  • Madame Xanadu¬†‚Äď In this reality, Madame Xanadu is still a fortune-teller.
  • Man-Bat¬†‚Äď He is invited by Matthew Shrieve to be the new member of Creatures of the Unknown, but Man-Bat then betrays him by killing his family.
  • Mr. Freeze¬†‚Äď He attacks the S.T.A.R. Labs in Central City for the cure of his wife¬†Nora Fries.¬†
  • Mister Terrific¬†‚Äď He is attempting to assassinate the Outsider who was framed for unknown crimes when they discovered the Outsider’s illicit schemes. Mister Terrific is killed by Outsider’s guardian statue.
  • Mrs. Terrific¬†‚Äď The wife of Mister Terrific. She is attempting to assassinate the Outsider who was framed for unknown crimes when they discovered the Outsider’s illicit schemes. Mrs. Terrific is killed by Outsider’s guardian statue.
  • Natasha Irons¬†– Member of¬†Brazilian Army¬†who battles against the Nazis in¬†Brazil.
  • Nekron¬†‚Äď Unleashed into the Universe when Atrocitus killed William Hand. Where Nekron and his Black Lanterns waged war, is left unknown.
  • Nina Mazursky¬†‚Äď A¬†gill-woman¬†and daughter of Doctor Mazursky¬†who is in a relationship with Griffith.
  • Nora Allen¬†– Mother of The Flash (Barry Allen) and widow of Professor Henry Allen.
  • Oracle¬†– Selina Kyle becomes Oracle, having been apparently paralyzed under unspecified circumstances. She also serves as Thomas Wayne’s psychiatrist, helping him deal with his rage since the murder of his son.
  • Oswald Cobblepot¬†– In this reality, Oswald Cobblepot did not become Penguin. He works for Thomas Wayne as the chief of security at Wayne Casinos.
  • Pandora¬†– An enigmatic being who merged the DC, Vertigo, and Wildstorm Universes into one after Barry Allen stops his younger self from altering the timeline.
  • Pied Piper¬†– He is a hero who has had his vocal chords ripped out by Citizen Cold, forcing him to rely on a cybernetic replacement.
  • Poison Ivy¬†– She is subsequently killed by Batman.
  • Queens’ Row Penitentiary¬†Staff¬†– The staff members of Queens’ Row Penitentiary.
    • Atom¬†– Ray Palmer lost a leg to radiation poisoning and became a¬†corrections officer¬†at Queen’s Row Penitentiary, acting as a controller of Amazo. Due to losing a leg, Atom uses a pair of crutches to get around. During the prison break, the Atom’s control is pulled out by Eel O’Brian and Heat Wave, who then force him to retrieve their weapons. After Atom does it, Heat Wave crushes his skull with his fingers.
    • Amazo¬†‚Äď A¬†corrections officer¬†of Queen’s Row Penitentiary.¬†Amazo is controlled by the Atom via a mental interface.
  • Red Tornadoes¬†– Created by Doctor Morrow. They defended in¬†Japan¬†from the war between the Amazon forces and the Atlantean forces.
    • Doctor Morrow¬†– Created the Red Tornadoes.
  • Renee Montoya¬†– She is a bar owner and a¬†bartender.
  • Rising Sun¬†– He is attempting to assassinate the Outsider who was framed for unknown crimes when he discovered the Outsider’s illicit schemes. Rising Sun is killed by the Outsider who punches him through his chest.
  • Robert Crane¬†‚Äď He is a human scientist and works in the government services. They are responsible for shutting Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown’s Project M down.
  • Rose Wilson¬†– Daughter of Deathstroke. She is kidnapped by persons unknown, where her father Deathstroke, a pirate, is searching for her.
  • Roy Harper¬†‚Äď He is a member of a mercenary squad working for industrialist Oliver Queen.
  • Sam Lane¬†– Sam Lane runs a facility for aliens where Kal-El had been imprisoned.
  • Scarecrow¬†– He was subsequently killed by Batman.
  • Sinestro¬†‚Äď Green Lantern of Sector 1417, and his teacher Abin Sur.

 

¬†Flashpoint¬†is a moment when all of history will be changed, Sinestro travels to Earth to confront Abin Sur, determined to find the “Flash” who will change history and use his power to reset the universe to what he believes it should be.¬†During the struggle, Abin Sur destroyed his ring and imprisons him. Abin Sur then contacts the Guardians of the Universe to expel Sinestro.

  • Solomon Grundy¬†– He is invited by Matthew Shrieve to be the new member of Creatures of the Unknown
  • Tawky Tawny¬†‚Äď A tiger and companion of Captain Thunder. He is also affected by the transformation and often seen with S!H!A!Z!A!M! being held on a leash by Pedro.
  • Team 7¬†– An elite unit of soldiers led by Grifter. Most of the team is ultimately killed during a botched attack on a¬†Jihadist¬†training camp.
    • David Reid
    • Gunner
    • John Stewart
    • Kate Kane
    • Sgt. Rock
    • Zinda Blake
  • Thomas Kalmaku¬†– In this reality, Tom is still Hal Jordan’s aide.
  • Vicki Vale¬†‚Äď She is a television reporter and is present on the wedding day of Aquaman and Wonder Woman.
  • Vincent Velcoro¬†‚Äď A¬†vampire.¬†He disintegrated in the sunrise.
  • Wally West¬†‚Äď Wally acts as an assistant and cameraman for his aunt Iris West. Investigating Central City’s hero, Citizen Cold, Wally discovers that his true identity is that of a former low-level criminal.
  • Warlord¬†– The pirate of a fleet. He is attacked by pirate Deathstroke in a battle stealing their loot.¬†
  • Warren Griffith¬†‚Äď A¬†werewolf¬†and the remission in human form by Doctor Mazursky. He is in relationship with Nina.
  • White Lantern Entity¬†‚Äď The Entity is hidden on Earth. Concerned for its safety.
  • Windrunner¬†– Wild West of the 18th century. He was approached by Kid Flash, who was being controlled by the Speed Force and then reduces Windrunner’s speed, killing him to give the Flash power to stop the near-past Flash himself.
  • William Hand¬†‚Äď Revealed to have been killed by Atrocitus which unleashed Nekronin the process.
  • Yo-Yo¬†‚Äď Joker’s female assistant who is loosely based on¬†Harley Quinn.
  • Zatara¬†‚Äď Father of Zatanna. He is transformed into Zatanna’s motorcycle bike.

Plot

Barry Allen wakes up to discover everything and everyone around him has changed. He is not¬†Flash¬†nor does he have powers. His mother Nora¬† is alive; his father, Henry, died of a heart attack three years ago .¬†Captain Cold¬†is¬†Central City’s greatest hero, the¬†Justice League¬†In¬†Gotham City,¬†Batman¬†throws a criminal off a building.¬†Cyborg¬†and Batman have a conference with a group of superheroes to discuss how¬†Wonder Woman’s¬†Amazons¬†have conquered the¬†British Isles, while¬†Aquaman’s Atlanteans have sunk the rest of¬†Western Europe, and the battle between the two has caused massive death and destruction.¬†America¬†is similarly endangered. The heroes cannot cooperate to find a solution, and the meeting is ended.Barry drives to the¬†Batcave, where Batman attacks him. Batman is revealed to be¬†Thomas Wayne¬†Bruce, was killed by the robber instead of his¬†wife¬†and him, with Thomas having killed him just after that murder took place, Martha went insane and became¬†The Joker¬†In the flooded remains of¬†Paris,¬†Deathstroke¬†captains a pirate ship in search of his¬†daughter. Emperor Aquaman appears and stabs Deathstroke in the chest and attacks Deathstroke’s crew . Sonar is able to remove a piece of the trident from Deathstroke’s chest and heal him.At Wayne Manor, Barry tries to explain to Thomas about his secret identity as the Flash and his relationship to Bruce Wayne. Barry’s memory begins to spontaneously realign itself to the altered timeline and Barry realizes that the world of Flashpoint is not a parallel dimension, but an alternate reality. Barry’s ring ejects¬†Eobard Thawne’s¬†Reverse-Flash¬†costume and causes Barry to believe that his enemy is responsible for changing history. Barry decides to recreate the accident that gave him his powers in a bid to undo the damage caused by Thawne, but his initial attempt fails and leaves him badly burned.In¬†London,¬†Steve Trevor¬†is waiting at a rendezvous for¬†Lois Lane¬†but is attacked by Wonder Woman and the Amazons. Wonder Woman catches him by the neck with her¬†Lasso of Truth¬†and begins interrogating him. He explains that he was hired to extract Lane from New Themyscira because she was sent to gather information on the Amazons for Cyborg. The¬†U.S. president¬†informs Cyborg that Steve Trevor sent a signal to the Resistance but was intercepted because of a traitor among the heroes that Cyborg tried to recruit. Cyborg is relieved of duty as¬†Element Woman¬†sneaks into the headquarters. Meanwhile, in New Themyscira, Lane encounters the Resistance.A second attempt at recreating Allen’s accident restores his powers and health. He concludes that the Reverse-Flash changed history to prevent the formation of the Justice League. He also learns that Kal-El was taken by Project: Superman. Flash, Batman and Cyborg join the cause to stop Wonder Woman and Aquaman. The three find a pale, weakened Superman at the Project and realize that he may well have been in a containment cell since he was a child‚ÄĒpossibly never even seeing a human being before. After being rescued, Superman flies off in seeming fright in the midst of a battle with the guards, leaving the three in the sewers to be rescued by Element Woman.Flash’s memories continue to change.The president announces Cyborg’s failure to unite the world’s superheroes and the U.S. enters into the Atlantean-Amazon war. Flash, Batman, Cyborg and Element Woman break down the door in need of the¬†Marvel Family’s help and Batman asks Billy to use his lightning to prevent Flash’s memories from changing even further. The group hears of the failed air assault on England due to the Amazons’ Invisible Plane air force.¬†Hal Jordan, who had not become¬†Green Lantern¬†in this timeline, is the first casualty, and a giant Atlantean-generated tidal wave threatens the rest of New Themyscira. Flash tells Batman that if he fails to stop Thawne, the world will destroy itself. Despite reservations, Batman joins Flash as the group heads off to New Themyscira.¬†Enchantress¬†joins them en route. Wonder Woman and Aquaman are fighting one-on-one until Flash and his team arrive.The Marvel Family transform into¬†Captain Thunder, also transforming¬†Tawky Tawny. Captain Thunder attacks Wonder Woman and appears to be winning until Enchantress reveals herself as the Amazon spy in the Resistance and uses her magic to restore the Marvel Family to their mortal forms. Penthesilea (who was secretly one of the conspirators of the Atlanteans-Amazons war, along with¬†Orm) kills Billy Batson, causing a massive explosion that cripples the opposing forces.In the wake of the devastation, Thawne appears in front of Flash.¬†The Reverse-Flash reveals that Flash himself created the Flashpoint timeline by traveling back in time to stop him from killing Barry’s mother. Barry pulled the entire¬†Speed Force¬†into himself to stop Thawne, transforming the timeline by shattering the history of his allies. Thawne resets Barry’s internal vibrations, enabling him to remember this. According to Thawne, these actions transformed him into a living paradox, no longer requiring Barry to exist and allowing him to kill the Flash without erasing his own existence. Thawne continues to taunt Barry with this knowledge until Batman kills him with an Amazonian sword.As the fight continues, Superman arrives and begins to aid the heroes, first by landing hard enough to crush the Enchantress under his feet. Thomas insists that Barry puts history back to normal to undo the millions of deaths. Meanwhile, Cyborg detects seismic activity which he claims could destroy the world. Waves start to approach. Now knowing the point of divergence, the Flash restores the timeline. As he enters the timestream, a dying Thomas thanks him for giving his son a second chance and gives Barry a letter addressed to Bruce. Barry then meets with his mother and bids a tearful farewell to her.Traveling back in time, Barry merges with his earlier self during the attempt to stop Thawne. While traveling through time, Barry realizes he can see three different timelines ‚ÄĒ DC (New Earth),¬†Vertigo¬†(Earth-13), and¬†WildStorm¬†(Earth-50). A mysterious hooded figure tells him that the world was split into three to weaken them for¬†an impending threat, and must now be¬†reunited¬†to combat it. The DC, Vertigo, and Wildstorm universes are then merged, but unbeknownst to Barry and the hooded figure (later revealed to be a cursed immortal¬†Pandora), the mentioned threat intervened and removed 10 years of history from DC characters which created instead¬†a brand new DC Universe. Barry then wakes up in a similar manner to the beginning of Flashpoint, also retaining all his memories from the alternate timeline. Believing that everything is over, Barry remembers Thomas’ letter and gives it to Bruce, who is still the Batman in this timeline. Bruce, deeply touched by his father’s sacrifice to ensure his son’s life, cries and expresses his gratitude to Barry for informing him of the events that transpired before the timeline was reset.

Batman/The Flash: The Button Deluxe Edition¬†Hardcover¬†‚Äď October 17, 2017

The road to DOOMSDAY CLOCK begins here, with the invasion of the Watchmen into the DC Universe! BATMAN/THE FLASH: THE BUTTON DELUXE EDITION is the prelude to this epic story. During the unforgettable events of DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH, Batman found a mystery he can even begin to solve a strange bloodstained smiley-face button embedded in the Batcave wall. All analysis suggests the button is not of this universe…so where did it come from? And who left it here? These are questions only the Flash can help answer. When the button is stolen by Reverse-Flash, Batman and Flash follow his trail to a parallel world, a twisted alternate timeline that should exist. Someone is sending the heroes on a bizarre trip through reality, showing them glimpses of fallen loved ones and forgotten friends but who? Wally West warned the Flash of an unseen force influencing our world distorting histories, pulling the strings, watching all‚ÄĒand the strange yellow button could be the key to finding it. Featuring the all-star creative team of writers Joshua Williamson and Tom King alongside top-tier artists Jason Fabok and Howard Porter, BATMAN/THE FLASH: THE BUTTON collects BATMAN #21-22 and THE FLASH #21-22. The road to DOOMSDAY CLOCK begins here! NOTE: Lenticular motion cover will only be on first printing copies
Not a dream, not an imaginary story, not an elseworld. This is Flash Fact: When Barry Allen wakes at his desk, he discovers the world has changed. Family is alive, loved ones are strangers, and close friends are different, gone or worse. It’s a world on the brink of a cataclysmic war – but where are Earth’s Greatest Heroes to stop it? It’s a place where America’s last hope is Cyborg, who hopes to gather the forces of The Outsider, The Secret 7, S!H!A!Z!A!M!, Citizen Cold and other new and familiar-yetaltered faces! It’s a world that could be running out of time, if The Flash can’t find the villain who altered the time line!
Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint Featuring Batman¬†Paperback¬†‚Äď March 20, 2012

Flashpoint has changed the DC Universe, and nothing is as it was before. Now, Batman is Thomas Wayne, driven by the death of his son Bruce to punish criminals … and in pursuit of a Joker whose twisted crimes will bring him to the brink madness himself! “Batman: Knight of Vengeance” reunites Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso, the acclaimed creative team from 100 BULLETS.Dick Grayson travels with his parents and the death-defying Deadman across war-torn Europe, performing in the their circus … until an Amazon attack leads them to their true fate, in “Deadman and the Flying Graysons” by JT Krul (CAPTAIN ATOM) and Fabrizio Fiorentino (TITANS).

In this world, Deathstroke is a pirate on the world’s most dangerous waters, questing for the only treasure that really matters, in “Deathstroke and the Curse of the Ravager” by Jimmy Palmiotti and artist Joe Bennett.

And in “Secret Seven” by Peter Milligan (RED LANTERNS), Shade the Changing Man leads a secret team of bizarre heroes‚ÄĒbut will he lead them to their deaths?

Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint Featuring Superman¬†Paperback¬†‚Äď March 20, 2012

Don’t miss this Superman volume collecting WORLD OF FLASHPOINT #1-3, BOOSTER GOLD #44-47, THE CANTERBURY CRICKET #1 and PROJECT SUPERMAN #1-3. Not a dream, not an imaginary story, not an elseworld. This is Flash Fact: When Barry Allen wakes at his desk, he discovers the world has changed. Family is alive, loved ones are strangers, and close friends are different, gone or worse. It’s a world on the brink of a cataclysmic war ‚Äď but where are Earth’s Greatest Heroes to stop it?

Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint Featuring Green Lantern¬†Paperback¬†‚Äď March 27, 2012

Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint Featuring Wonder Woman¬†Paperback¬†‚Äď March 20, 2012

Explore the world of DC Comics’ mega-event FLASHPOINT! The world is at war as Amazons battle against Atlanteans–and the roots of the conflict are explored here! Plus, Lois Lane risks life and limb to reveal the truth to the world by going behind enemy lines. Also introducing a new character to the DCU: the Outsider, who must choose a side in the coming conflict before he becomes just another casualty of war!
The Flash Vol. 2: The Road to Flashpoint (Flash (DC Comics Unnumbered))¬†Paperback¬†‚Äď October 2, 2012

The race towards FALSHPOINT continues in this Flash collection from comics’ hottest writer Geoff Johns and artist Francis Manapul!Make way for Hot Pursuit – the latest speedster to come out of the Speed Force! He’s here to make sure no one breaks the speed limit – hero or villain! This hardcover collection of THE FLASH #8-12 leading up to the epic events of FLASHPOINT follows Barry Allen and the family of speedsters, as they try to discover Hot Pursuit’s identity and what he’s doing in Keystone City! This volume also features the origin of Barry Allen’s greatest foe, Professor Zoom! Eobard Thawne’s story is just beginning — and he intends to finish it with The Flash!

Issues

The Road to Flashpoint

  • Flash¬†(Volume 3) #9
  • Flash¬†(Volume 3) #10
  • Flash¬†(Volume 3) #11
  • Flash¬†(Volume 3) #12
  • Time Masters: Vanishing Point¬†#6

Core Issues

  • Flashpoint¬†(Volume 2) #1
  • Flashpoint¬†(Volume 2) #2
  • Flashpoint¬†(Volume 2) #3
  • Flashpoint¬†(Volume 2) #4
  • Flashpoint¬†(Volume 2) #5

Whatever Happened to Gotham City?

  • Flashpoint: Batman – Knight of Vengeance¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Batman – Knight of Vengeance¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Batman – Knight of Vengeance¬†#3
  • Flashpoint: Deadman and the Flying Graysons¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Deadman and the Flying Graysons¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Deadman and the Flying Graysons¬†#3

Whatever Happened to the World’s Greatest Super Villains?

  • Flashpoint: Citizen Cold¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Citizen Cold¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Citizen Cold¬†#3
  • Flashpoint: Deathstroke and the Curse of the Ravager¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Deathstroke and the Curse of the Ravager¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Deathstroke and the Curse of the Ravager¬†#3
  • Flashpoint: Legion of Doom¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Legion of Doom¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Legion of Doom¬†#3
  • Flashpoint: The Outsider¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: The Outsider¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: The Outsider¬†#3

Whatever Happened to the Aliens?

  • Flashpoint: Abin Sur – The Green Lantern¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Abin Sur – The Green Lantern¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Abin Sur – The Green Lantern¬†#3
  • Flashpoint: Project Superman¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Project Superman¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Project Superman¬†#3

Whatever Happened to Science & Magic?

  • Flashpoint: Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown¬†#3
  • Flashpoint: Secret Seven¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Secret Seven¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Secret Seven¬†#3

Whatever Happened to Europe?

  • Flashpoint: Emperor Aquaman¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Emperor Aquaman¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Emperor Aquaman¬†#3
  • Flashpoint: Wonder Woman and the Furies¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Wonder Woman and the Furies¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Wonder Woman and the Furies¬†#3
  • Flashpoint: Lois Lane and the Resistance¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Lois Lane and the Resistance¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Lois Lane and the Resistance¬†#3

Everything You Know Will Change in a Flash

  • Flashpoint: Kid Flash Lost¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Kid Flash Lost¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Kid Flash Lost¬†#3
  • Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint¬†#3

He Never Got The Ring

  • Flashpoint: Hal Jordan¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Hal Jordan¬†#2
  • Flashpoint: Hal Jordan¬†#3

One-Shots

  • Flashpoint: Grodd of War¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Reverse Flash¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: Green Arrow Industries¬†#1
  • Flashpoint: The Canterbury Cricket¬†#1

Crossovers

  • Booster Gold¬†(Volume 2) #44
  • Booster Gold¬†(Volume 2) #45
  • Booster Gold¬†(Volume 2) #46
  • Booster Gold¬†(Volume 2) #47

Fantasy movies 2018-2020

Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)Image result for Ant-Man and the Wasp

PG-13 | 118 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

As Scott Lang balances being both a Super Hero and a father, Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym present an urgent new mission that finds the Ant-Man fighting alongside The Wasp to uncover secrets from their past.

Director:¬†Peyton Reed¬†|¬†Stars:¬†Paul Rudd,¬†Evangeline Lilly,¬†Michael Pe√Īa,Walton Goggins

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Marvel Cinematic Universe

Aquaman

11. Aquaman (2018)

Action, Adventure, Fantasy | Post-production

Arthur Curry learns that he is the heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, and must step forward to lead his people and to be a hero to the world.

Director: James Wan | Stars: Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Nicole Kidman,Dolph Lundgren

DC Cinematic Universe

Venom

12. Venom (2018)

Action, Horror, Sci-Fi | Post-production

When Eddie Brock acquires the powers of a symbiote, he will have to release his alter-ego “Venom” to save his life.

Director: Ruben Fleischer | Stars: Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Jenny Slate,Woody Harrelson

X-Men: Dark Phoenix

13. X-Men: Dark Phoenix (2019)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | Post-production

Jean Grey begins to develop incredible powers that corrupt and turn her into a Dark Phoenix. Now the X-Men will have to decide if the life of a team member is worth more than all the people living in the world.

Director: Simon Kinberg | Stars: Olivia Munn, Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Lawrence, Sophie Turner

 

Captain Marvel

14. Captain Marvel (2019)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | Filming

Carol Danvers becomes one of the universe’s most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races.

Directors: Anna Boden, Ryan Fleck | Stars: Brie Larson, Gemma Chan,Mckenna Grace, Lee Pace

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 Image result for spider-man far from home

. Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

Action, Adventure, Comedy | Filming

Plot unknown.

Director: Jon Watts | Stars: Zendaya, Tom Holland, Marisa Tomei, Jake Gyllenhaal

Peter Parker and his friends go on summer vacation to Europe.

Cast

  • Tom Holland¬†as¬†Peter Parker / Spider-Man: A teenager who received spider-like abilities after being bitten by a genetically-modified spider.
  • Michael Keaton¬†as¬†Adrian Toomes / Vulture: An incarcerated salvager-turned-arms-trafficker who uses a suit with mechanical wings forged from¬†Chitauri¬†technology.
  • Zendaya¬†as Michelle “MJ” Jones: One of Parker’s classmates.
  • Marisa Tomei¬†as¬†May Parker: Peter’s aunt.
  • Jake Gyllenhaal¬†as¬†Quentin Beck / Mysterio: A special effects expert who uses his talents to create elaborate illusions to commit crimes.

Additionally,¬†Jacob Batalon¬†reprises his role as Parker’s best friend Ned.

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.¬†Untitled Avengers Movie¬†(2019)Related imageImage result for Untitled Avengers Movie√ā¬†(

Action, Adventure, Fantasy | Post-production

The plot is yet to be revealed. Will be the fourth installment of the ‘Avengers’ series.

Directors: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo | Stars: Evangeline Lilly, Josh Brolin,Karen Gillan, Chris Hemsworth

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Shazam!

 Shazam! (2019)

Action, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | Post-production

A boy is given the ability to become an adult superhero in times of need with a single magic word.

Director: David F. Sandberg | Stars: Zachary Levi, Mark Strong, Ross Butler,Ron Cephas Jones

DC Cinematic Universe

Untitled The Flash Film (2020)Image result for The Flashpoint

Action, Adventure, Fantasy | Pre-production

The super-fast hero the Flash travels into a timeline where Earth is a mess and its heroes are lost and scattered. It’s up to him to make things right.

Directors: John Francis Daley, Jonathan Goldstein | Stars: Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Kiersey Clemons, Billy Crudup

DC Cinematic Universe

Green Lantern Corps

19. Green Lantern Corps (2020)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | Pre-production

A group of humans join the Green Lantern Corps, an alien interstellar police force that protects the universe.

DC Cinematic Universe

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2020)Image result for guardians of the galaxy vol. 3 marvel

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | AnnouncedImage result for guardians of the galaxy vol. 3 marvel

Plot unknown. Third installment of the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ franchise.

Director: James Gunn | Stars: Pom Klementieff, Elizabeth Debicki

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21. Justice League Part Two Related imageRelated image

Action, Sci-Fi | Announced

The plot is unknown.

Stars: Gal Gadot, Joe Manganiello, Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck

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The Batman

22. The Batman

Action, Crime, Drama | Pre-production

The plot is unknown.

Director: Matt Reeves | Stars: Ben Affleck  replace  Joe Manganiello, J.K. Simmons,Jeremy Irons

DC Cinematic Universe

23.¬†Cyborg¬†(2020)Image result for Cyborg√ā¬†(2020)

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | Announced

Plot is unknown.

Star: Ray Fisher

DC Cinematic Universe

. Doc Savage Image result for doc savage

Adventure | Announced

Doc Savage, the man of bronze, was raised from childhood by a team of scientists to become the original “super” hero of the 1930s. A man of great mental and physical strength, he went around the world battling larger-than-life villains.

Director: Shane Black | Star: Dwayne Johnson

Marvel

Gambit (2019)Related image

Action, Adventure, Fantasy | Pre-production

Plot is unknown.

Stars: Lizzy Caplan, Channing Tatum

X-Men

. X-Force Image result for x-force deadpool

Action, Adventure, Fantasy | Announced

A time-traveler assembles a team of mutants in order to prevent the wrecked future he came from.

Director: Drew Goddard | Stars: Josh Brolin, Zazie Beetz, Ryan Reynolds

X-Men

Wonder Woman 1984

27. Wonder Woman 1984 (2019)

Action, Adventure, Fantasy | Filming

Plot unknown. A sequel to the 2017 super hero film ‘Wonder Woman’.

Director: Patty Jenkins | Stars: Gal Gadot, Pedro Pascal, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig

Marvel

The New Mutants

30. The New Mutants (2019)

Action, Horror, Sci-Fi | Filming

Five young mutants, just discovering their abilities while held in a secret facility against their will, fight to escape their past sins and save themselves.

Director: Josh Boone | Stars: Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Alice Braga,Antonio Banderas

 

 NightwingImage result for Nightwing

Action | Announced

Plot is unknown.

Director: Chris McKay

 Suicide Squad 2Image result for suicide squad 2

(2019)

Action, Adventure, Fantasy | Announced

Plot is unknown.

Director:¬†Gavin O’Connor¬†|¬†Stars:¬†Margot Robbie,¬†Dwayne Johnson,¬†Joel Kinnaman,¬†Jared Leto

. BatgirlImage result for Batgirl

Action, Adventure, Crime | Announced

Based upon the popular DC character, Barbara Gordon dons the guise of Batgirl to fight crime.

. Gotham City SirensImage result for gotham city sirens

Action, Adventure, Comedy | Announced

Following three of Gotham City’s most notorious female criminals on one of their most dangerous missions yet.

Director: David Ayer | Stars: Margot Robbie, Jared Leto

 Justice League DarkImage result for justice league dark

Action, Fantasy, Horror | Announced

Plot details are being kept under wraps. The film is considered to center on a dark ‘Justice League’ team that consists of John Constantine, Swamp Thing, Deadman, Zatanna and Etrigan the Demon.

. Untitled Joker-Harley Quinn ProjectRelated image

Action, Adventure, Fantasy | Announced

A criminal love story between Harley Quinn and the Joker.

Directors: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa | Stars: Margot Robbie, Jared Leto

 Untitled Joker Origin MovieImage result for joker origin movie

Action, Adventure, Crime | Pre-production

Plot kept under wraps. Film will center on how the popular comic book villain known as The Joker came to be.

Director: Todd Phillips | Star: Joaquin Phoenix

Top Gun: Maverick

Top Gun: Maverick is an upcoming American military action drama film directed by Joseph Kosinski with a screenplay written by Peter Craig, Justin Marks, Ashley Edward Miller and Zack Stentz. It is the sequel to Top Gun(1986), and stars Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer. It will be released on July 12, 2019 by Paramount Pictures.

Release date
  • July¬†12,¬†2019¬†(United States)

Cast

  • Tom Cruise¬†as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell
  • Val Kilmer¬†as Tom “Iceman” Kazansky
  • Miles Teller

Val Kilmer will also return for the sequel as Tom Kazanski, aka Iceman. Maverick is said to explore the role of a pilot in the generation of drone technology and the end of the era of dogfighting.top-gun-tom-cruise-anthony-edwards

,Top Gun: Maverick. Teller will play Maverick’s new protege, who also happens to be the son of Goose (Anthony Edwards), Maverick’s co-pilot and BFF in the 1986 action pic