Batman discovers a mysterious teen-aged girl with super-human powers and a connection to Superman. When the girl comes to the attention of Darkseid, the evil overlord of Apokolips, events take a decidedly dangerous turn.
The story describes the origins of Batman as it follows the Dark Knight's attempts to capture the elusive, deadly Phantasm who kills a crime lord and makes it look as if Batman did it, causing a media smear campaign against the Caped Crusader. At the same time, millionaire Bruce Wayne holds a party at his mansion. There he meets Councilman Arthur Reeves, the man behind the accusations. Reeves derides playboy Wayne for allowing his college sweetheart Andrea Beaumont to leave him. Suddenly Wayne flashes back to his pre-Batman days. He remembers how he met her while visiting his parents' graves ...
Bruce Wayne has retired from the Batman mantle after the death of the second Robin, Jason Todd. Ten years pass, during which Gotham City is overwhelmed with crime and plagued by a violent gang called "The Mutants." Bruce re-assumes the mantle of Batman after he encounters Mutant gangs in the alley where his parents were murdered. Batman is aided in fighting this menace by a new Robin, a young girl named Carrie Kelly.
What if the project was made in the 60s?
Billionaire of LexCorps Lex Luther creates a dna which is cloned to SUPERMAN and he connects a platform out of his secret identity to scare the citizens of Metropolis to act like he is SUPERMAN. Clark Kent changes into SUPERMAN to defend off his evil self and save the innocent People of Metropolis. In this chapter we see Clark Kent attending at his 10 year Class Reunion at Smallville High where he meets his High School Sweetheart Lana Lang. Lois Lane takes a vacation off from the Daily Planet.
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