As a young boy, Bruce Wayne saw his parents fall victim to a senseless crime, his focused purpose became to avenge their deaths by fighting Gotham’s criminal elements as Batman. The people of Gotham City see Batman as an almost mythical figure, able to tame any adversary, no matter how powerful. To thwart crime, he relies on his awesome deductive powers, sheer physical speed and an assortment of high-tech weaponry and unique crime-fighting aids.
Selina Kyle was a child of the streets, growing into a beautiful and criminally skilled young woman. She became Catwoman, the most successful cat burglar Gotham City had ever known. Catwoman and Batman share a strange relationship, part adversarial, part flirtatious. Catwoman finds herself attracted to Batman… so much so that she sometimes finds herself working with him on the side of the angels.
Alexander Joseph Luthor
As a super-intelligent teenager, Lex Luthor idolized Superboy and saved him from a piece of Kryptonite. While working toward curing Superboy’s weakness, one of Luthor’s lab experiments went awry, catching fire. The resultant fumes made Luthor’s hair fall out permanently and damaged his psyche. Luthor blamed Superboy for the mishap, and dedicated himself to destroying his former friend by concocting numerous schemes and weapons – none more powerful than his deadly battle-suit.
Clark Kent / Kal-El
Rocketed to Earth from the doomed Planet Krypton, the infant Kal-El was adopted by the kindly Kent family of Smallville, Kansas. Young Clark Kent grew strong and powerful under the rays of Earth’s yellow sun, developing a phenomenal array of super powers. In adulthood, Clark would use these abilities as Superman, championing the virtues of truth, justice and the American way while keeping secret his true identity as a crusading reporter for a great metropolitan newspaper.
Hideously scarred by acid thrown in his face by a criminal he was prosecuting, Gotham City district attorney Harvey Dent became Two-Face, a sociopath whose every action is dictated by his obessession with the number two and a two-headed silver dollar, scarred on one side to represent his own evil and disfigurement. Despite their repeated clashes, Batman has never ceased in his efforts to rehabilitate his former friend.
Release date: September 2009