Bruce Wayne (Earth-One)

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* {{Indomitable Will}}: Possessed great mental strength. In one instance, Batman is captured and subjected to torture, part of a process called ”The Demolishment”, including spending days in a sensory deprivation tank that had test subject go mad within two days. He survives by repeating the name “Joe Chill” over and over as a mantra to maintain his sanity.<ref>{{c|Brave and the Bold #134}}</ref>
 
* {{Indomitable Will}}: Possessed great mental strength. In one instance, Batman is captured and subjected to torture, part of a process called ”The Demolishment”, including spending days in a sensory deprivation tank that had test subject go mad within two days. He survives by repeating the name “Joe Chill” over and over as a mantra to maintain his sanity.<ref>{{c|Brave and the Bold #134}}</ref>
   

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Jason Todd (New Earth)


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{{Main|Batman: A Death in the Family}}
 
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[[File:Batman 428.jpg|thumb|left|A Death in the Family]]
 
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As Jason’s rage and dangerous behavior get worse, Batman has no choice but to suspend Jason from active duty. Angered by this decision, Jason walks out on Bruce and heads back to his old neighborhood. His old neighbor gives him a box of his mother’s belongings and he soon discovers that Catherine Ann Todd was not his biological mother. Determined to find his real mother, Jason uses his father’s old address book and the Bat Computer to find three women who might be his mom. After following a number of leads, Jason finally tracks down his mother, Sheila, to Ethiopia, where she works as an aid worker. While Jason is overjoyed to be reunited with his real mother, he soon discovers that she is being blackmailed by the [[Joker (New Earth)|Joker]], who is using her to provide him with medical supplies. Sheila herself has been embezzling from the aid agency and as part of the cover-up she hands her own son, who arrives as Robin, over to the Joker. The Joker beats the boy brutally with a crowbar, and then leaves him and Sheila in the warehouse with a time bomb. Sheila and Robin try desperately to get out of the warehouse but are still inside as the bomb goes off. Batman arrives too late to save them and is only able to hold Jason’s lifeless body in his arms. The bodies are taken back to Gotham City for burial.
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As Jason’s rage and dangerous behavior get worse, Batman has no choice but to suspend Jason from active duty. Angered by this decision, Jason walks out on Bruce and heads back to his old neighborhood. His old neighbor gives him a box of his mother’s belongings and he soon discovers that Catherine Ann Todd was not his biological mother. Determined to find his real mother, Jason uses his father’s old address book and the Bat Computer to find three women who might be his mother. After following a number of leads, Jason finally tracks down his mother, Sheila, to Ethiopia, where she works as an aid worker. While Jason is overjoyed to be reunited with his real mother, he soon discovers that she is being blackmailed by the [[Joker (New Earth)|Joker]], who is using her to provide him with medical supplies. Sheila herself has been embezzling from the aid agency and as part of the cover-up she hands her own son, who arrives as Robin, over to the Joker. The Joker beats the boy brutally with a crowbar, and then leaves him and Sheila in the warehouse with a time bomb. Sheila and Robin try desperately to get out of the warehouse but are still inside as the bomb goes off. Batman arrives too late to save them and is only able to hold Jason’s lifeless body in his arms. The bodies are taken back to Gotham City for burial.
   
 
[[File:Batman 496.jpg|thumb|Jason. Jason! JASON!!]]
 
[[File:Batman 496.jpg|thumb|Jason. Jason! JASON!!]]

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User:Lolliepuff


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Infinity Man and the Forever People/Covers


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Kal-El (Earth-Prime)


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As Clark grew older, he became romantically involved with a fellow student named [[Laurie Lemmon (Earth-Prime)|Laurie Lemmon]]. One evening, Clark, Laurie and several other friends decided to attend a costumed beach party. Being of good humor, Clark donned a Superboy costume similar to that worn by the fictional comic book hero. They drove down to Hampton Beach and sat by the ocean waiting to catch sight of Halley’s Comet.
 
As Clark grew older, he became romantically involved with a fellow student named [[Laurie Lemmon (Earth-Prime)|Laurie Lemmon]]. One evening, Clark, Laurie and several other friends decided to attend a costumed beach party. Being of good humor, Clark donned a Superboy costume similar to that worn by the fictional comic book hero. They drove down to Hampton Beach and sat by the ocean waiting to catch sight of Halley’s Comet.
   
Suddenly, a tremendous tidal wave rose up on the beachhead threatening to flood the small hamlet. At that same moment, a cosmic vortex opened up above them discharging the [[Earth-One]] super-hero known as [[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Superman]], still reeling from the death of [[Kara_Zor-El (Earth-One)|Supergirl]]<ref>Superman: “My cousin… died recently—.”<br>{{c|DC Comics Presents Vol 1 87}}</ref>. At that critical moment, a bizarre transformation took hold of Clark. The physical characteristics of his Kryptonian heritage manifested for the first time and he discovered that he was gifted with flight and super-strength.
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Suddenly, a tremendous tidal wave rose up on the beachhead threatening to flood the small hamlet. At that same moment, a cosmic vortex opened up above them discharging the [[Earth-One]] super-hero known as [[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Superman]], still reeling from the death of [[Kara_Zor-El (Earth-One)|Supergirl]].<ref>{{c|DC Comics Presents Vol 1 87}}</ref> At that critical moment, a bizarre transformation took hold of Clark. The physical characteristics of his Kryptonian heritage manifested for the first time and he discovered that he was gifted with flight and super-strength.
   
 
Superman quickly introduced himself to his younger alternate Earth counterpart, but there was little time for pleasantries. Superman gave Superboy a crash course in the use of his powers and together, they were able to divert the course of the deadly tidal wave.
 
Superman quickly introduced himself to his younger alternate Earth counterpart, but there was little time for pleasantries. Superman gave Superboy a crash course in the use of his powers and together, they were able to divert the course of the deadly tidal wave.
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The Multiversal catastrophe known as the [[Crisis on Infinite Earths]] began as a deadly wave of anti-matter consumed parallel dimensions by the [[Anti-Monitor (Antimatter Universe)|Anti-Monitor]]. Superboy aided heroes from hundreds of different worlds, but none of them were able to save the Earth of his home dimension from destruction.
 
The Multiversal catastrophe known as the [[Crisis on Infinite Earths]] began as a deadly wave of anti-matter consumed parallel dimensions by the [[Anti-Monitor (Antimatter Universe)|Anti-Monitor]]. Superboy aided heroes from hundreds of different worlds, but none of them were able to save the Earth of his home dimension from destruction.
   
When a team of supervillains failed to stop [[Krona (New Earth)|Krona]] from witnessing the beginning of time where the Anti-Monitor and [[Aztar (New Earth)|The Spectre]] fought, the intense energies from the event led to the destruction of the [[Multiverse]]<ref>{{c|Crisis on Infinite Earths Vol 1 10}}</ref>. In its place existed a solitary static universe with only one version of the planet Earth, with an amalgam of the histories of five different universes, neither of which included Earth-Prime. Like many of the survivors of this event, Superboy-Prime found himself the sole survivor of his universe stuck in a world which never knew him. Taking part in the final battle with the Anti-Monitor in the [[Antimatter Universe]], he joined with an aging version of [[Kal-L (Earth-Two)|Superman]] from the late [[Earth-Two]] as well as [[Alexander Luthor, Jr. (Earth-Three)|Alexander Luthor, Jr.]] of [[Earth-Three]]. After an intense battle where the elder Superman landed the final blow to the Anti-Monitor, Luthor offered the heroes an escape to a “Paradise Dimension” safe haven, where Superman’s wife, [[Lois Lane (Earth-Two)|Lois Lane-Kent]] awaited them. Choosing to escape the Anti-Matter Universe before the last waves of anti-matter wiped them out, Superboy and the rest of the survivors left to live out the rest of their lives in peace, hopeful for the future.<ref>{{c|Crisis on Infinite Earths Vol 1 12}}</ref>
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When a team of supervillains failed to stop [[Krona (New Earth)|Krona]] from witnessing the beginning of time where the Anti-Monitor and [[Aztar (New Earth)|The Spectre]] fought, the intense energies from the event led to the destruction of the [[Multiverse]].<ref>{{c|Crisis on Infinite Earths Vol 1 10}}</ref> In its place existed a solitary static universe with only one version of the planet Earth, with an amalgam of the histories of five different universes, neither of which included Earth-Prime. Like many of the survivors of this event, Superboy-Prime found himself the sole survivor of his universe stuck in a world which never knew him. Taking part in the final battle with the Anti-Monitor in the [[Antimatter Universe]], he joined with an aging version of [[Kal-L (Earth-Two)|Superman]] from the late [[Earth-Two]] as well as [[Alexander Luthor, Jr. (Earth-Three)|Alexander Luthor, Jr.]] of [[Earth-Three]]. After an intense battle where the elder Superman landed the final blow to the Anti-Monitor, Luthor offered the heroes an escape to a “Paradise Dimension” safe haven, where Superman’s wife, [[Lois Lane (Earth-Two)|Lois Lane-Kent]] awaited them. Choosing to escape the Anti-Matter Universe before the last waves of anti-matter wiped them out, Superboy and the rest of the survivors left to live out the rest of their lives in peace, hopeful for the future.<ref>{{c|Crisis on Infinite Earths Vol 1 12}}</ref>
   
 
===Infinite Crisis===
 
===Infinite Crisis===

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