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Batman is dead – here’s what you need to know

Batman is dead. RIP the dark knight, 1939-2022.

That’s right – the Caped Crusader was killed along with his superhero friends, including Wonder Woman and Justice League Superman. In Justice League #75 titled ‘Death of the Justice League’ on April 26, the team was defeated and killed by the so-called ‘Dark Army’, with the majority of the team consisting of the most villainous. murderers of the DC Universe and Batman. not saved.

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Batman dies on the cover of Justice League #75 (Image credit: DC)

Over 80 years on the streets of Gotham City and the wider DC Universe, Batman has become one of the most influential and popular superhero characters of all time – and now his legacy. Seems to be finds himself in the hands of a group of cosmically powerful enemies. But these comics, the details of Batman’s death in Justice League #75 aren’t exactly definitive, and you can bet DC won’t always drop the idea of ​​Batman (or Justice League as a whole). soon.

Here’s what you need to know about how it happened, why it happened, and what happens after Batman dies.

How does Batman die?

In Justice League #75, the Unit takes on the aforementioned supervillains of the “Dark Army”, including ultra-powerful foes like Darkseid, Doomsday, and many others under the power of the Great Darkness – and moreover, the heroes really lose.

Facing the Dark Army, the Justice League is caught off guard by the power wielded by Pariah, the leader of the Dark Army, who seeks to undo the death of his own world in 1985’s Crisis on Infinite Earths. Being the first DC crossover event to recreate and rewrite all of DC reality, the publisher has taken, remade and rewritten its events for 37 years.

Although they fought well, all but one of the Justice League members were killed. However, one Justice League survived and “The Justice League is dead!” He declared, and DC Universe listens.

As a result, the Justice League title ends at issue #75, and according to DC, the League’s demise won’t be revived for some time, covering the “Dark Crisis” event storyline that sets in after many such events. devastating loss.

But what will happen to Batman while all of this is happening? With so many superheroes facing death, will he potentially take his place in Gotham City until he’s resurrected? Not exactly…

How will Batman’s death affect the DC Universe?

“Death of the Justice League” marks the end of the ongoing Justice League title and begins a story where Batman and the rest of the team die. So who’s watching Gotham while Batman isn’t on the table, and will DC be canceling the Batman games as well?

The answer is somewhat complex. DC currently has a storytelling concept called “Divine Continuity” (a game played on behalf of the publisher). From the concept of the multiverse, its demonic mirror in the dark multiverse, and more metaphysical ideas that are tied together in the larger puzzle of “divine continuity”.

As such, some DC titles aren’t quite ranked in terms of continuity – meaning that the events of the stories told in the Justice League title, for example, take place before or after the events of the stories told in the single-player Batman titles. Although they exist in the same world, on the same continuum, and on the same timeline, the question of where on that timeline the various stories told in each title are up in the air and undefined.

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Dark Crisis #1 (Image credit: DC)

This means that even though Batman is technically dead in the upcoming “Dark Crisis”, the events of that story exist a little differently (“a bit further back”) than the events of Batman’s solo comics, so that Batman can continue to look alive. In their respective titles, with the caveat that “Death of the Justice League” takes place in the same timeline, but separate and adjacent to the events of Batman and Detective Comics.

Anything added to DC has a continuity cake and can eat it too, while Batman still appears in his own comics, he’s considered “dead” along with “Death of Justice” in the meta- wider history of the DC Universe. League’ and ‘Dark Crisis’ live in their respective spaces, leaving it up to the reader how the stories are arranged chronologically…for now.

What will happen next in Batman?

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Cover of Justice League #75 (Image credit: DC)

In Batman’s special corner of the DC Universe, “Death of the Justice League” unfolds as Batman takes on writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Jorge Jiminez and gets a pair of new creative teams with writer Ram V and the artist Rafael. Albuquerque is coming to Detective Comics.

In Batman, Zdarsky and Jiminez plan to introduce a new villain known as Failsafe, identified by DC as “Batman’s Doomsday”, elsewhere in the DC Batman Universe, given that Batman is now considered dead at the hands of the dead. a team of bad guys. the comparison involves the real Doomsday (known, of course, as the villain who first killed Superman in 1992).

Over at Detective Comics, V and Albuquerque will tell a story called “Gotham Nocturne,” which has been described as a “scary” story and still has “Batman at its heart.” While more details are still under wraps, promotional art for “Gotham Nocturne” shows Man-Bat, a half-man, half-bat creature who is sometimes a human scientist and part of a larger cast of characters. of Gotham for decades. .

As you can see, although Batman is technically dead in the pages of Justice League #75 and later in ‘Dark Crisis’, there is another version of Caped Crusader that exists right alongside the Justice League version, but in a separate, earlier version. DC continuity point. It remains to be seen if the two sides of the coin touch, or if DC will seize the events of the single-player Batman stories and meet the events of “The Death of the Justice League”, but the magic of the comics is, we can still do it. In the meantime, read it.

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Batman is dead – here’s what you need to know

Batman is dead. RIP the Dark Knight, 1939-2022.
That’s right – the Caped Crusader has been killed, along with the rest of his fellow superheroes including Wonder Woman and Superman in the Justice League. In April 26’s Justice League #75 appropriately titled ‘Death of the Justice League,’ the majority of the team is defeated and killed by a so-called ‘Dark Army’ assembled of some of the most deadly villains in the DC Universe, and Batman isn’t spared.

Batman is dead on the Justice League #75 cover (Image credit: DC)
Over 80 years on the streets of Gotham City and beyond into the wider DC ‘Omniverse,’ Batman has become one of the most influential and popular superhero characters ever – and now his legacy apparently comes to an end at the hands of a group of cosmically powerful foes. But this being comic books, the details of Batman’s death in Justice League #75 aren’t exactly cut and dry, and you can bet DC won’t be giving up on the idea of Batman (or the Justice League as a whole) anytime soon.
Here’s what you need to know about how it happened, why it happened, and what happens next in the wake of Batman’s death.
How does Batman die?
In Justice League #75, the League goes up against the aforementioned ‘Dark Army’ of supervillains including ultra-powerful foes such as Darkseid, Doomsday, and more all under the power of the Great Darkness – and what’s more, the heroes actually lose.
Facing off with the Dark Army, the Justice League is caught off guard by the power wielded by the Dark Army’s leader, Pariah, who seeks to undo the death of his own world way back in 1985’s Crisis on Infinite Earths. The first DC crossover event that remade and rewrote DC’s entire reality, the publisher has been undoing, re-remaking, and re-rewriting its events in the 37 years since.  
Though they put up a good fight, all but one member of the Justice League are killed. Nonetheless, one Justice League survives declaring “The Justice League is dead!”, and the DC Universe listens.
As a result, the Justice League title ends with issue #75, and according to DC, won’t relaunch again for a while, with the League’s death spreading out into the event story ‘Dark Crisis,’ which deals with the aftermath of such a devastating loss.
But what’s gonna happen with Batman while that’s going on? Will he be replaced in Gotham City until he’s potentially resurrected, as many superheroes are when they face death? Not exactly…
How will Batman’s death affect the DC Universe?
‘Death of the Justice League’ marks the end of the Justice League ongoing title and kicks off a story in which Batman and the rest of the team are dead. So who’s watching Gotham while Batman’s off the table, and will DC cancel its Batman titles as well?
The answer is a little bit complicated. DC currently has a storytelling concept called ‘Divine Continuum,’ (a play on the publisher’s own name) in which every story that’s ever been told with DC characters exists somewhere in some way in the DC Omniverse, the publisher’s name for all the various aspects of its concept of the Multiverse, its evil mirror the Dark Multiverse, and more metaphysical ideas that tie together into the larger puzzle of the ‘Divine Continuum.’ 
As such, some DC titles don’t quite line up, continuity-wise – meaning that sometimes the events of stories told in the Justice League title happen before or after the events of stories told in Batman’s solo titles, for example. While they exist in the same world, and in the same continuity and the same timeline, the question of where on that timeline the various stories told in each title falls remains somewhat up in the air and undefined.

Dark Crisis #1 (Image credit: DC)
This means that while Batman is technically dead in the upcoming ‘Dark Crisis’, the events of that story exist somewhat apart (‘a bit in the future’) from the events of Batman’s solo comics, so Batman can continue to appear alive and well in his own titles, with the caveat that ‘Death of the Justice League’ happens in the same timeline, but adjacent and separate from the events of Batman and Detective Comics.
All that adds up to DC being able to have its continuity cake and eat it too, with Batman still appearing in his own comic books while simultaneously considered ‘dead’ in the larger meta-story of the DC Universe, with ‘Death of the Justice League’ and ‘Dark Crisis’ residing in their own space, leaving the loose ends of how the stories line up chronologically left dangling to the reader… for now.
What happens next for Batman?

Justice League #75 cover (Image credit: DC)
While ‘Death of the Justice League’ is happening, back in Batman’s own private corner of the DC Universe, he’s getting a pair of new creative teams, with writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Jorge Jiminez taking on Batman, and writer Ram V and artist Rafael Albuquerque coming to Detective Comics.
In Batman, Zdarsky and Jiminez plan to introduce a new villain known as Failsafe, described by DC as “Batman’s Doomsday,” a particularly ominous comparison considering that Batman elsewhere in the DC Universe, Batman is currently considered dead at the hands of a villain team which includes the actual Doomsday (who is of course known as the villain that killed Superman the first time way back in 1992).
In Detective Comics, V and Albuquerque will tell a story titled ‘Gotham Nocturne,’ described as a “terrifying” story that is still “quintessentially Batman.” Though further details are still under wraps, promotional art for ‘Gotham Nocturne’ shows Man-Bat, the half-man-half-bat creature who is also sometimes a human scientist and who has been part of the larger cast of Gotham characters for decades.
As you can see, even though Batman is technically dead in the pages of Justice League #75 and its aftermath in ‘Dark Crisis’, there’s another version of the Caped Crusader who exists right alongside the Justice League version, though at a separate and earlier point in DC continuity. Whether the two sides of the coin will touch, or if DC the events of Batman’s solo stories will catch up and square with the events of ‘Death of the Justice League’ remains to be seen, but the magic of comics is, we can still read about him in the meantime.
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Batman is dead – here’s what you need to know

Batman is dead. RIP the Dark Knight, 1939-2022.
That’s right – the Caped Crusader has been killed, along with the rest of his fellow superheroes including Wonder Woman and Superman in the Justice League. In April 26’s Justice League #75 appropriately titled ‘Death of the Justice League,’ the majority of the team is defeated and killed by a so-called ‘Dark Army’ assembled of some of the most deadly villains in the DC Universe, and Batman isn’t spared.

Batman is dead on the Justice League #75 cover (Image credit: DC)
Over 80 years on the streets of Gotham City and beyond into the wider DC ‘Omniverse,’ Batman has become one of the most influential and popular superhero characters ever – and now his legacy apparently comes to an end at the hands of a group of cosmically powerful foes. But this being comic books, the details of Batman’s death in Justice League #75 aren’t exactly cut and dry, and you can bet DC won’t be giving up on the idea of Batman (or the Justice League as a whole) anytime soon.
Here’s what you need to know about how it happened, why it happened, and what happens next in the wake of Batman’s death.
How does Batman die?
In Justice League #75, the League goes up against the aforementioned ‘Dark Army’ of supervillains including ultra-powerful foes such as Darkseid, Doomsday, and more all under the power of the Great Darkness – and what’s more, the heroes actually lose.
Facing off with the Dark Army, the Justice League is caught off guard by the power wielded by the Dark Army’s leader, Pariah, who seeks to undo the death of his own world way back in 1985’s Crisis on Infinite Earths. The first DC crossover event that remade and rewrote DC’s entire reality, the publisher has been undoing, re-remaking, and re-rewriting its events in the 37 years since.  
Though they put up a good fight, all but one member of the Justice League are killed. Nonetheless, one Justice League survives declaring “The Justice League is dead!”, and the DC Universe listens.
As a result, the Justice League title ends with issue #75, and according to DC, won’t relaunch again for a while, with the League’s death spreading out into the event story ‘Dark Crisis,’ which deals with the aftermath of such a devastating loss.
But what’s gonna happen with Batman while that’s going on? Will he be replaced in Gotham City until he’s potentially resurrected, as many superheroes are when they face death? Not exactly…
How will Batman’s death affect the DC Universe?
‘Death of the Justice League’ marks the end of the Justice League ongoing title and kicks off a story in which Batman and the rest of the team are dead. So who’s watching Gotham while Batman’s off the table, and will DC cancel its Batman titles as well?
The answer is a little bit complicated. DC currently has a storytelling concept called ‘Divine Continuum,’ (a play on the publisher’s own name) in which every story that’s ever been told with DC characters exists somewhere in some way in the DC Omniverse, the publisher’s name for all the various aspects of its concept of the Multiverse, its evil mirror the Dark Multiverse, and more metaphysical ideas that tie together into the larger puzzle of the ‘Divine Continuum.’ 
As such, some DC titles don’t quite line up, continuity-wise – meaning that sometimes the events of stories told in the Justice League title happen before or after the events of stories told in Batman’s solo titles, for example. While they exist in the same world, and in the same continuity and the same timeline, the question of where on that timeline the various stories told in each title falls remains somewhat up in the air and undefined.

Dark Crisis #1 (Image credit: DC)
This means that while Batman is technically dead in the upcoming ‘Dark Crisis’, the events of that story exist somewhat apart (‘a bit in the future’) from the events of Batman’s solo comics, so Batman can continue to appear alive and well in his own titles, with the caveat that ‘Death of the Justice League’ happens in the same timeline, but adjacent and separate from the events of Batman and Detective Comics.
All that adds up to DC being able to have its continuity cake and eat it too, with Batman still appearing in his own comic books while simultaneously considered ‘dead’ in the larger meta-story of the DC Universe, with ‘Death of the Justice League’ and ‘Dark Crisis’ residing in their own space, leaving the loose ends of how the stories line up chronologically left dangling to the reader… for now.
What happens next for Batman?

Justice League #75 cover (Image credit: DC)
While ‘Death of the Justice League’ is happening, back in Batman’s own private corner of the DC Universe, he’s getting a pair of new creative teams, with writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Jorge Jiminez taking on Batman, and writer Ram V and artist Rafael Albuquerque coming to Detective Comics.
In Batman, Zdarsky and Jiminez plan to introduce a new villain known as Failsafe, described by DC as “Batman’s Doomsday,” a particularly ominous comparison considering that Batman elsewhere in the DC Universe, Batman is currently considered dead at the hands of a villain team which includes the actual Doomsday (who is of course known as the villain that killed Superman the first time way back in 1992).
In Detective Comics, V and Albuquerque will tell a story titled ‘Gotham Nocturne,’ described as a “terrifying” story that is still “quintessentially Batman.” Though further details are still under wraps, promotional art for ‘Gotham Nocturne’ shows Man-Bat, the half-man-half-bat creature who is also sometimes a human scientist and who has been part of the larger cast of Gotham characters for decades.
As you can see, even though Batman is technically dead in the pages of Justice League #75 and its aftermath in ‘Dark Crisis’, there’s another version of the Caped Crusader who exists right alongside the Justice League version, though at a separate and earlier point in DC continuity. Whether the two sides of the coin will touch, or if DC the events of Batman’s solo stories will catch up and square with the events of ‘Death of the Justice League’ remains to be seen, but the magic of comics is, we can still read about him in the meantime.
Check out more Newsarama coverage of the ‘Death of the Justice League’
The Justice League, DC’s preeminent superhero team, dies at 62
DC just killed Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and the Justice League – here’s how they did it
Are Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and Justice League really dead? Yes … and no
What the hell is a Godstorm? That Justice League #75 moment explained
This DC superhero has an ‘Endgame’ moment in Justice League #75

#Batman #dead #heres


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