History Characters / BatmanSupportingCast

30th Sep '16 3:18:11 PM rafi
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%%* GreatGazoo
%%* LoonyFan

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%%* GreatGazoo
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* GreatGazoo: While Mr. Mxyzptlk is an enemy of Superman who use his power to create chaos for his fun, Bat-Mite is a gigantic fanboy who honestly wants to help instead of cause trouble. Naturally, Batman finds this even more annoying than if Bat-Mite were just out to get him. Also, Bat-Mite does sometimes knowingly make things harder for Batman, just to see how his hero is going to get out of the situation.
* LoonyFan: In Bat-Mite's dimension, the resident imps idolize the heroes of the Batman's dimension and impersonated them, re-enacting their heroic feats and adventures. Bat-Mite's favorite hero was Batman, and thus the imp visited Batman on various occasions, often setting up strange events so that he could see his hero in action.



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%%* RealityWarper* RealityWarper: Bat-Mite has shown the ability to animate inanimate objects, shrink or enlarge both people and objects, levitate same, endow either people or animals with super-powers and grant superpowers at will, making reality his for the bending.



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%%* HonestCorporateExecutive* GadgeteerGenius: He's helped invent a lot of Batman's equipment.
* HonestCorporateExecutive: Like Bruce, he is also an equally honest businessman. Bruce hired him because he recognized Lucius's strong business ethics. He is largely responsible from rescuing Wayne Enterprises from ruin and forging it into the multinational corporate giant that it is today.



* TheSmartGuy: He's helped invent a lot of Batman's equipment.

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* TheSmartGuy: He's helped invent a lot of Batman's equipment.



30th Sep '16 1:21:45 PM comicwriter
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%%* MissionControl:

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%%* * MissionControl: Often operates behind the scenes in the Batcave.



* RaceLift: Julia was white in the Pre-Crisis continuity, but her post-Flashpoint counterpart is biracial.



* FirstGirlWins: {{Subverted|Trope}}. Her only real presence for the last several decades has been as an obscure reference and occasionally cameoing in flashbacks as one of the first examples of Bruce forgoing happiness in the name of crime fighting.

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* FirstGirlWins: {{Subverted|Trope}}. Her only real presence for the last several decades has been as an obscure reference and occasionally cameoing in flashbacks as one of the first examples of Bruce forgoing happiness in the name of crime fighting. [[spoiler: She returns in the "Superheavy" storyline and Bruce plans on marrying her, but she sacrifices their chance at happiness so that Batman can return and save Gotham.]]
30th Sep '16 1:12:28 PM comicwriter
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* AffirmativeActionLegacy: Johnny is of Aboriginal descent.


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* SidekickGraduationsStick: Johnny was originally Scout, the first Dark Ranger's sidekick.


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* KillAndReplace: [[spoiler: He killed Dark Ranger and stole his identity.]]
26th Sep '16 7:37:35 PM comicwriter
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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: She was created to replace Cassandra Cain after Creator/ScottSnyder was told by editorial that he couldn't use her. However, DivergentCharacterEvolution set in rather quickly, and as a result, the two girls have very little in common.
26th Sep '16 7:32:53 PM comicwriter
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[[quoteright:250:Click here to see her as Robin[[note]]:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/helena_wayne_robin.jpg[[/note]]]]
26th Sep '16 7:25:10 PM comicwriter
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* PosthumousCharacter: Initially, it was said that Helena was long dead in the New 52 continuity, with her identity having been stolen by Helena Wayne. After a great deal of InternetBackdraft, it was later revealed that she'd actually disappeared, and was merely assumed dead.

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* PosthumousCharacter: Initially, it was said that Helena was long dead in the New 52 continuity, with her identity having been stolen by Helena Wayne. After a great deal of InternetBackdraft, it was later revealed that she'd actually disappeared, and was merely assumed presumed dead.
26th Sep '16 7:21:32 PM comicwriter
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** As a young girl, she was her world's Robin.
** The costume she wears is the same one worn by the Post-Crisis Helena Bertinelli Huntress. This was part of a BaitAndSwitch RedHerring trick DC pulled, where fans were initially led to believe the New 52 Huntress was Bertinelli instead of Wayne.

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** As a young girl, she the New 52 version of Helena was her world's Robin.
** The modern costume she wears is the same one worn by the Post-Crisis Helena Bertinelli Huntress. This was part of a BaitAndSwitch RedHerring trick DC pulled, where fans were initially led to believe the New 52 Huntress was Bertinelli instead of Wayne.
26th Sep '16 7:19:55 PM comicwriter
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* DeadPersonaImpersonation: In her debut mini-series, she poses as Helena Bertinelli, and ultimately reveals that she stole the name from a young woman who'd been killed years ago. [[spoiler: The ''real'' Helena Bertinelli was later revealed to be alive and well.]]

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* DeadPersonaImpersonation: DeadPersonImpersonation: In her debut mini-series, she poses as Helena Bertinelli, and ultimately reveals that she stole the name from a young woman who'd been killed years ago. [[spoiler: The ''real'' Helena Bertinelli was later revealed to be alive and well.]]
26th Sep '16 5:14:07 PM comicwriter
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* CompositeCharacter: As a young girl, she was her world's Robin.

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* CompositeCharacter: BaitAndSwitch: She was initially said to be Helena Bertinelli, before it was revealed that she was actually Helena Wayne using an assumed identity.
* CompositeCharacter:
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As a young girl, she was her world's Robin. Robin.
** The costume she wears is the same one worn by the Post-Crisis Helena Bertinelli Huntress. This was part of a BaitAndSwitch RedHerring trick DC pulled, where fans were initially led to believe the New 52 Huntress was Bertinelli instead of Wayne.
* DeadPersonaImpersonation: In her debut mini-series, she poses as Helena Bertinelli, and ultimately reveals that she stole the name from a young woman who'd been killed years ago. [[spoiler: The ''real'' Helena Bertinelli was later revealed to be alive and well.]]


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* TheReveal: The "twist" of the New 52 ''Huntress'' mini-series was that the title character was '''not''' Helena Bertinelli, and that she was actually from Earth-2.


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* PosthumousCharacter: Initially, it was said that Helena was long dead in the New 52 continuity, with her identity having been stolen by Helena Wayne. After a great deal of InternetBackdraft, it was later revealed that she'd actually disappeared, and was merely assumed dead.
26th Sep '16 5:02:53 PM comicwriter
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* DivergentCharacterEvolution: Tim Seely claimed the main reason she was given a RaceLift was to keep people from confussing her with Helena Wayne.

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* DivergentCharacterEvolution: Tim Seely claimed the main reason she was given a RaceLift was to keep people from confussing confusing her with Helena Wayne.



* EarlyBirdCameo:

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* EarlyBirdCameo: She and Knight first made a silent cameo in Morrison's ''JLA'' run. She didn't actually get a proper introduction until ''years'' later.
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