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Bruce confirms Dana's suspicions and she tells them that she's ready for any consequence that will come from knowing Batman's secret identity. Bruce is then taken away for surgery, as Dana's parents have agreed for Doug's liver to be transplanted into Bruce.
Dana tells Terry that they can't hold anymore secrets from each other and the two share a kiss. When Max outranked all the other hackers of the organization, Rebel One takes Max to her laboratory and reveals her master plan is to bring giant robot made of large, flexible metals with unknown origins to life and destroy Gotham City.
Rebel One threatens to kill Max's friends and family if she doesn't comply. After checking on Bruce in the hospital, Batman is requested by Commissioner Gordon to stop a bomb threat at a music concert. Batman discovers the villain behind the threat is Shriek, who was sent by Rebel to distract Batman.
While finishing up the robot, Max purposefully overloads the resonator to cause a temporary blackout in the Batcave, allowing her to alert Terry without Rebel's knowledge. Knowing the risks of the blackout, Rebel activates the robot she calls "Alloy" to annihilate Gotham. After taking her and Max outside, Rebel plans to destroy Gotham and rebuild it from the ground up, citing her blames on how Gotham treats the underprivileged poorly. Batman arrives to take care of Alloy, who starts following him despite Rebel's commands and blows up the Batmobile.
Max and Batman encounter the creature in a moment of vulnerability, in which it's split up into six parts and appears to know Batman's name. Batman and Max manage to separate the six creatures by using the electricity in Batman's suit and Max rewiring Rebel's remote control to six units instead of one. The six are reformed and are revealed to be Doc Magnus' old creations, the Metal Men. Batman uses the aid of the Metal Men to prevent the Reed buildings that Alloy was smashing from collapsing.
Rebel tries smashing her hover car into the building with Max on it, but the Metal Men form a large net to stop her. During this, Dick Grayson helps Commissioner Gordon evacuate the building and says that he's being more active in the superhero community lately because he doesn't want Bruce to lead Terry down a dark path.
Bruce returns from the hospital to Wayne Manor while Terry and the Metal Men contain the crumbling buildings. To protect the Metal Men from the government and CADMUS, he erased their records, deactivated all of them, reformed them into different objects, and gave them to friends and acquaintances who had no idea what they were holding.
To give them a purpose in this new world, Bruce told them they could continue Magnus' plans for them to protect the people of Earth, even providing them with the Injustice Gang's old satellite base to use as a home.
Max thinks that they shouldn't dismantle Undercloud, but instead redirect it to contribute to society rather than destroy it like Rebel One intended. Bruce accepts the plan and puts Max in charge of handling Undercloud and looking over the mainframe for the Metal Men's satellite. Bruce tells Terry that he thinks re-establishing old connections and making new ones is especially important with his fluctuating health.
He's understanding if Terry doesn't want to continue being Batman, but he still wants Terry to remain a part of the Bat-Family, as Gotham always needs a Batman.
She starts to get overwhelmed by the rioters until she is assisted by a young woman dressed as Batgirl. The mysterious vigilante criticizes Gordon and the police force for aiding more of the richer parts of Gotham and informs her that someone has been poisoning them for the last couple of weeks.
Gordon talks with a forensic pathologist of the GCPD and finds out that there's been an increased number of individuals who had a strong poison going through their systems before they died. The poison acts as a super steroid that causes the citizens to anger more easily and grow muscles at an exponential rate, similar to Bane's Venom.
She goes to the Roake corporation and interrogates the head of the company, Randolph Westley-Smythe. After testing the water and knowing that the citizens of Crown Point aren't taking any drugs, she concludes that the Roake corporation is slowly killing them as they have control over all of Crown Point's food division.
Randolph confirms her suspicions and tells her that he's killing off most of the citizens to clear the area and make a profit, and they can not stop him thanks to his lawyers. When Barbara leaves, he sends his security to kill her, but she is rescued by Batgirl. After getting a warrant for Randolph's arrest, Gordon and Batgirl go to his office and defeat him.
Batgirl figures out that Gordon was testing her when she nearly lets Randolph go. Randolph was bailed out of jail by his competition, hinting at a larger conspiracy.
While Gordon doesn't approve or sanction Batgirl, she will not take action against the vigilante unless she steps over the line. When Batgirl doubts Gordon's skills, Gordon shows up to a high school the next day and reveals she knows Batgirl's secret identity, a teenager named Nissa. Despite seeming like a natural cause, Commissioner Gordon and the Mayor's family suspect he was killed by an unseen force.
Terry has made a number of changes since he was last seen. He is now a freshman enrolled in Neo-Gotham University with his new roommate Ryan, has broken up with Dana, and had a falling out with Bruce which led him to choose Dick Grayson as his mentor and to work closer with Barbara and the police. Gordon tells Batman that all the inmates claimed they killed the Mayor with the exception of Ghoul.
Batman interrogates the criminal, but doesn't get any useful information. Gordon receives info from the coroner, David, that someone killed Dusk by pumping his phone with electricity through the air.
Shortly after, the electricity in Arkham is shutdown, leading to a massive prison break. Batman contains the breakout as best as he can, while Dick receives a call from Bruce with more information about Dusk's death. Dick ignores Bruce and tells him they have everything under control. Greg Hoffman is sworn in as replacement mayor and expresses his distrust of Gordon as Commissioner.
Terry struggles to maintain his social, academic, and family life due to his duties as Batman. While talking to his mother about his situation, Dusk's killer appears on television and demands Batman to meet him at the offshore rig alone, threatening to overload other people's cell phones for every minute he doesn't show. However, he breaks the illusion and finds three of his recurring foes Spellbinder, Shriek, and Inque with the unknown criminal that killed Dusk.
Batman easily takes out his familiar foes, but the electrical powers of the fourth villain are too much and nearly kill him. Dick shows up at the rig and saves Batman from Rewire's hands and rescues the rest of the police while Rewire recharges with Ghoul's assistance. Ghoul provides Rewire with a toxin that fuels his power.
When Dick returns to his jet ski, he finds Batman missing. Meanwhile, Gordon and her men find out that Dusk was transferring a certain amount of credits to a blind account for a long time, but stopped two months before his death. His wife claims that they were for therapy for Doctor Bennett.
Bennett disappeared shortly afterwards, but is found by Gordon in a hidden compartment in his laboratory. Bennett reveals that the funding Dusk put towards therapy and the Arkham project was for his son, Davis, who is secretly Rewire and became a villain due to his hatred for his father's hunger for power and obsession with the city.
Davis increases his power by using his father's machine that created renewable power through gravity. Following Batman's disappearance, the freed criminals wreak havoc on Gotham. Bennett reveals to Gordon that Dusk put funding towards a machine in Arkham that could contain Davis and his electrical powers as a last resort.
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Terry wakes up in the Batcave and finds his wounds patched, his costume fixed, and all the information regarding the case. Terry leaves the Batcave without speaking a word to Bruce. He returns to Dick's hideout, expressing his frustration that Bruce had everything about the case figured out without leaving Wayne Manor.
Dick tells Terry that he might never be as good as Bruce, but he should stop pushing his loved ones away and embrace his own life rather than replicate Bruce's.
Batman lures him into the containment machine by having Dick use Spellbinder's orb to disguise himself as the deceased Dusk, giving Davis enough of a distraction for Batman to knock him into the machine to defeat him.
Afterwards, Terry takes Dick's advice and takes a few days off to spend with his family and friends. Back at Arkham, Davis' mother is reading a story to the incarcerated Rewire, who shows hints of his powers resurfacing.
The next day, Terry discovers that his former crush and super villain Melanie is attending Neo-Gotham University part-time. Despite her attempts to start a normal life on her own, Terry is still hesitant to talk with her after the last two times they tried to get together. As Batman he aids her in taking down a couple of criminals, and she angrily tells him not to see her again, as she's dropped all connections with her family and doesn't know where any of the Royal Flush Gang are.
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Meanwhile, city assessment workers Sam Byers and Edward Sears are kidnapped by an elderly Kirk Langstromwho is now a bearded Man-Bat capable of human speech.
He's turned their sonar scanner into a long range weapon in the Historical District that could kill tens of thousands of people, and demands three pounds of kanium from Gordon and the police in 24 hours in exchange for their freedom. Mayor Hoffman plans to wipe out the Historical District by calling in the Bureau, but allows Gordon ten later seven hours to break into the district, save the hostages, and disable the weapon. They pair Terry up with Bruce, as his history with Langstrom could aid Terry in this endeavor.
Batman and Bruce sneak in the sewer systems to get to the device. Bruce tells Terry that Dick isn't the best partner for him since they didn't take the influx of Man-Bats as a sign, but Terry still trusts Dick more than Bruce. Before they continue arguing, they are attacked by a large group of Man-Bats. They find the formula to be much stronger than Kirk's previous designs.
Despite the effort of the two, they are defeated by Kirk and the new She-Bat, Tey. The two are imprisoned, where Bruce tells Terry what happened to Kirk and his family after their last encounter in "Terror in the Sky" from Batman: Thanks to a grant from Wayne Enterprises, they became industry pioneers in the study of sonics had two children, Max and Michelle. Unfortunately, Francine was diagnosed with an aggressive form of Parkinson's disease and was given a year to live. Determined to save her, Kirk returned to studying the Man-Bat formula to find a breakthrough that would allow Francine not to lose her mind to the beast.
Though he eventually succeeded, he was too late, as Francine died after falling off her chair and breaking her hip in the room when no one was there.
Kirk's children left him in anger after discovering what he had been doing during Francine's final months. When real life proved too much for him, Kirk became Man-Bat again and started the Cult of the Bat to have a family again.
The kanium will help the other Man-Bats gain more control over themselves like Kirk. Tey was a girl who was kidnapped by the Jokerz three years ago and was rescued by Kirk shortly afterwards. Kirk gave her the Man-Bat formula after she had not had food or water for days, which led her to become the new She-Bat and for the two to fall in love while starting the Cult of the Bat.
Tey convinces Kirk to start the weapon when she thinks they are not going to get the kanium. Bruce and Terry escape using Terry's headphones, which Bruce reveals that Dick got from him.
Batman gives the Bureau air support while Bruce goes to talk to Kirk at the weapon. Bruce deactivates the Bureau's satellite and tries to reason with Kirk. Convinced that both him and Bruce are monsters, Kirk redirects the weapon into a bomb to just kill them both. Batman manages to get to the building in time to save Bruce. Kirk tells Bruce to use his second chance wisely as he uses the device kill himself. Terry is inspired by the incident to give Melanie a second chance, and goes to the diner she works at to talk to her.
Dick and Barbara eventually meet at the diner Melanie works at to catch up with each other. Barbara thinks that Dick has held Sam against her and feels guilty about potentially ruining his life, but Dick responds that he just wants the best for her.
Barbara wants them to be friends again, but thinks it's best if they just focused on their work and Terry for now. Dick snaps an old batarang in half that the two share, a specific batarang that he gave Barbara to save her father, that he was going to propose to her with, and gave to her on her the day of her wedding to Sam. When he is first transported to the world, he is confronted by this world's version of Dick Grayson, who has both eyes and is a commander of the Justice Lord Task Force. He finds his counterpart in this world, who is a blond Jokerz member named T.
T reveals to Terry that this world's Bruce Wayne was killed years ago for standing against the other Justice Lords.How Batman Gets Batgirl Pregnant (Batman Beyond)
Terry takes the two of them to Wayne Manor, where he finds the house destroyed. The two are cornered by the Jokerz gang, but defeat them when Terry finds an upgraded Batsuit in the Batcave. However it is revealed on the Task Force ship that Terry's death was a projection given by the suit with similar technology to Spellbinder.
Batman escapes from the ship and goes into the Batcave, where he retrieves the Batmobile and a message from the deceased Justice Lord Batman. T chooses to stay behind while Dick and Terry go to the Watchtower to gain access to the Portal Generator under disguise. After the disguise easily breaks, Terry and Dick are rescued by T, who changed his mind and aids them transporting Terry back to his world. He then returns to the Lords' timeline to give back the suit and talk to T one last time.
T allows Terry to talk to the alive Warren McGinnis of this world as repayment. Terry gets emotional for having a chance to talk to his father again and rewatches their conversation when he gets back to Dick's headquarters.
While they watch the recap through Terry's recorder, Dick gets the chance to see his Justice Lords counterpart, who is married to Barbara and has a son named Jon.
Though shocked, Dick accepts that some things are bound to be different in alternate timelines. After fending off the Jokerz, Batman and Vigilante go their separate ways.
During the fight, Vigilante's blood was spilled on the scene and collected by the police, who identify him as Jake Chill. While looking for Jokerz in his apartment, Jake is attacked by the Phantasmwho demands his death for the murder of Warren McGinnis.
Batman manages to arrive just as Phantasm escapes and leaves behind a gas. After Jake tells Terry his role in Warren's death, Batman starts ruthlessly beating up Jake and is only stopped by Bruce's intervention. When Terry returns to the Batcave, Bruce tells him that he inhaled some of Andrea's fear toxin and started acting irrationally. Terry asks Bruce if he knew about Jake, but Bruce denies ever knowing him before the fight. Terry suspects he's lying given how Jake worked at Wayne Enterprises and was related to the killer of Bruce's parents, Joe Chill.
Terry goes to Dick and Barbara after his talk with Bruce. The two tell Terry what led to the Bat-Family splitting up.
After Tim Drake was recovering from the Joker's psychological trauma as seen in the flashbacks of Return of the JokerBarbara quits being Batgirl and ends her relationship with Bruce. Dick returned to Gotham after hearing what happened and felt guilty that he wasn't there for Tim.
Dick and Barbara rekindle their relationship, with Dick even planning to propose to Barbara at one point.
However, Barbara finds out that she's pregnant with Bruce's child and puts off telling it to Dick. Bruce tells Dick himself, leading his former sidekick to lash out at him in anger.
Barbara has a miscarriage after stopping a couple of thieves in an alley. A year later Barbara would meet Sam at the D. Bruce tells Terry that Vigilante and the Jokerz are in the library, where the gang injects an upgraded Joker toxin into Jake to send him into a maniacal rampage.
While this happens, Andrea reunites with Bruce in the Batcave. She tells Bruce that she needs to kill Jake as she's afraid that Terry might do it, and she's aware Bruce is also afraid of the same thing and lied to Terry about not knowing Jake prior. After hearing that Terry and Jake are at the library, she leaves. Batman manages to defeat the Jokerz and prevents Phantasm from stabbing Jake, but the Joker toxin and Andrea's fear gas prove too much for Jake and he dies of a seizure.
Terry feels guilty about the whole ordeal and goes to the Batcave after finding out Bruce told Dana and Max what happened so they could comfort him. Terry decides to end his partnership with Bruce after losing his trust and seeing what happened to Bruce's former sidekicks.
It's revealed that Andrea was hired by Amanda Waller to take out Jake as killing goes against what Batman represents. In the Arkham Institute, Davis Dusk meets Ghoul in the middle of his father's interview with a reporter, which eventually leads him into becoming Rewire. In the present, Rewire is released from Arkham thanks to Ghoul acting as his lawyer. He also starts dating Melanie again, who is going through some financial struggles. Meanwhile, Ghoul gives Davis an apartment under an unknown name and shows him a new formula to perfect his powers.
However, Davis is more interested in getting his life back rather than going back to crime. Ghoul chooses to partner with Inque instead and gives her a formula that could take away her weakness to water.
Inque makes Melanie an offer to steal from the new Royal Flush Gang by trying to gain her spot as Ten back, which would allow her enough to get through college and Inque to afford the chemical process that augments her shapeshifting that would allow her to start over as a new person.
Melanie reluctantly accepts the job. After Batman interrogates Jack and gets him arrested, he sees the Batsignal and discovers Melanie was the one activating it. She tells Batman that she's playing both Queen and Inque and wants his help to bring both of them down, though Batman is hesitant to trust her.
At night, she and Inque come aboard the Royal Flush Gang submarine and take out her mother. Inque plans to leave Melanie behind while taking the most valuable prize of the vault, Two-Face's coin. Barbara notices that Two-Face's coin is still missing and theorizes it went down with the submarine. Terry thinks Melanie stole it and confronts her, and she's hurt by Terry's accusation, leading the two to break up. Davis' attempts to rebuild his life fall flat, as his friends and family hate and fear him for his actions.
After hearing about the Justice Lords incident, he steals Ghoul's formula and becomes Rewire again. He electrocutes Ghoul as he plans to cross over to the Justice Lords timeline and find the alternate version of his father. When Terry arrives to the Batcave after another visit to the Justice Lords timeline, Bruce shows Terry a video of Davis holding Dick hostage and demanding usage of the portal to the timeline to see his alternate father.
Bruce starts melting the portal to prevent both Terry and Davis from accessing it, citing it as Terry's weakness in the last couple of months. After Barbara tells Terry that Ghoul woke up from his coma caused by Rewire's attack, Batman interrogates Ghoul in his hospital room to get the criminal to tell him where the anti-serum for Rewire is.
Batman arrives at the docks and injects the anti-serum into Rewire, but it doesn't work. Barbara arrives and saves Dick from struggling with a device attached to his chest that continually electrocutes him. Batman tries tiring Rewire out to eventually short out his electrical powers, but is defeated.
Dick rips the device off of his chest and attaches it to Rewire, which defeats the villain but nearly kills Dick in the process. Terry returns to the Batcave to check on the portal device and is met by T and the alternate Dick. After Terry failed to show up for a baseball game he'd promise to see with his dad, Warren went to T's apartment, where T told Warren the truth about himself and Terry.
Warren was accepting of T's explanation and was eager to see both of them again. However, Terry refuses the offer as he's accepted that the alternate Warren isn't his true father and encourages T to go as he should appreciate the people he has in his life before they're gone.
The two say their last goodbyes before T and his trainer head back to their timeline. Cover art of the first issue by Bernard Chang. It will take place in the future of its current stories' history. Futures EndTim Drake will be the titular character instead of Terry McGinnis, who settles in the latter's time period and help raising McGinnis's brother Matt in his absence. The first issue is written by Dan Jurgens with art by Bernard Chang.
Matt has a difficult time accepting Tim filling in for his brother's shoes. Tim finds out that Neo-Gotham is the safest and one of the few inhabitable places left on Earth following Brother Eye's destruction. With his artificial intelligence A.
During the rescue, he gains a new ally in the form of one of Terry's archenemies, Inquewho was allied with Brother Eye because he has her daughter, Deanna Clay, hostage on the moon. Due to the damage Tim's suit has taken, Barbara gives Tim the suit that her father wore when he replaced Batman.
Batman manages to defeat all the robots with the help of the last surviving Justice League member, Micron. Tim is then teleported to the moon for his final showoff against Brother Eye. He manages to defeat the villain with the help of Inque, who sacrifices herself to ensure Brother Eye is destroyed and that her daughter is safe.
City of Yesterday[ edit ] Tim starts settling into his new role as the Batman of the future with Barbara acting as his tech support similar to how Bruce acted for Terry. Meanwhile, Matt recovered John Stewart's arm after Terry's battle with the robots and uses the Green Lantern ring to find out more about the city of Metropolis. Matt runs away to Metropolis, forcing Tim to go after him. In Neo-Gotham, Barbara and Mayor Luke Fox have to deal with an overwhelming amount of citizens from Metropolis and other desolated cities who want to break into Neo-Gotham.
Luke doesn't allow them due to the limited supplies they have for the inhabiting citizens as it is, but they eventually bust the wall and start overwhelming the security. In the desolated Metropolis, Tim finds himself pitted against splicers under the order of Dr. Matt finds the Justice League imprisoned within the Watchtower in Metropolis, but when he frees them to help Tim, they have a device implanted on them to make it look like every person they see are robots created by Brother Eye.
The Justice League returns to Neo-Gotham to put the intruding citizens under control and begin working to improve the world. Rewire is revealed to be an alive Terry McGinnis, who was brainwashed by the villain Spellbinder who projects himself to Terry as an old woman named Doris Shelby into working for the Evil Factory, thinking he was Davis Dusk, and that Batman wanted him dead. Terry used the Rewire suit to instigate four nights of power outages, causing riots which kept the police and Batman distracted from Spellbinder's activities.
After Rewire fights Barbara and she discovers his true identity, Terry knocks her out and brings her to Blackgate, where Spellbinder brainwashes her too.
Tim shows up to Blackgate and faces off against the brainwashed Barbara and Rewire. After Tim knocks off Rewire's helmet and discovers that Terry's alive which he discovers was caused by altering the timeline in the pastMatt takes the Batmobile to Blackgate and distracts Terry from Tim by trying to free him from Spellbinder's illusion. Tim ultimately defeats Spellbinder and Terry's memories are restored.
The four of them return to the Batcave, where Tim gives the mantle of Batman back to Terry and leaves to learn more about this foreign world. Though saddened by Tim's departure, the group is glad that Terry is back as Batman. It will take place after the previous series, with Terry McGinnis returning as the titular character, where he must deal the Jokerz after they take over a section of the city, where they plan to resurrect the deceased Joker.
The series is written by Dan Jurgens and drawn by Bernard Chang. Plot[ edit ] Escaping the Grave[ edit ] Terry is back as Batman and concentrates his efforts on taking down the Jokerz gang with Commissioner Gordon.
He and Matt are living together again with Max, who has recovered from Brother Eye's torture. He still has not told his ex-girlfriend Dana Tan that he is back yet. Dana operates as a social worker and is kidnapped by the Jokerz while working in the slums of Neo-Gotham. After Terry witnesses her kidnapping on the news, he goes to the streets to help people only to be attacked by a Joker that is pumped up on Bane's venom.
Batman struggles to defeat the man as more Jokerz come in to assist the goliath. He barely escapes the madness and blames his shortcomings on not being Batman for the last couple of months. He comes up with a new plan to rescue Dana by disguising himself as a Joker named Trey Malone, the son of "Matches" Malone. Batman, Robin, and Barbara were able to evacuate Nora and Koonak in time, but Freeze had fallen into the fiery blast and was assumed dead. In actuality, he and his polar bears survived.
In Gotham, Nora was cured. When Dick Grayson left Gotham, Batman found himself calling on Batgirl to work with him on special cases. Eventually, Batman told Batgirl the secret of his dual identity and granted her free access to the Batcave and all its technology.
The Batcomputer quickly became her domain and now she even surpasses Batman, Robin and Nightwing in cyber-expertise. Barbara lived in a private townhouse near Gotham's trendy Park Ridge. A service lift in Barbara's bedroom closet ran down to the secret basement where Barbara stores her Batgirl crimefighting gear.
In addition to costumes and weapons, the basement also serves as garage for Batgirl's highly-advanced Batcycle, a gift from Batman. Her double life as Batgirl sometimes puts Barbara at an emotional crossroads. As the daughter of the Police Commissioner, Barbara was raised with respect for law and order, but her actions as Batgirl technically label her a vigilante. If Batgirl were ever caught and unmasked, the scandal would certainly destroy Commissioner Gordon's career.
Still, Gotham is a city that breeds an extreme kind of criminal and extreme crimefighters are needed to handle situations regular cops can't. Barbara believes the good she does as Batgirl is worth the potential risk to herself and her father.
She is great friends with Kara In-Ze, also known as Supergirl, and has teamed up with her in the past, most notably when Livewire escaped and joined forces with Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn. Yet, later on, when her then-boyfriend, Dick Grayson, learned of her identity as Batgirl and got into an argument with Batman that he left Gotham and became Nightwing. She went on to play a central role in the mystery surrounding the disappearance of all of the men in Gotham City, an event that briefly brought her into conflict with the Gotham City police force, who had been taken over by a robotic duplicate of her father, and forced her to ally with her enemies.
Eventually, she tracked down the true culprit, Dora Smithyand defeated her in a final struggle at an abandoned ice cream factory, rescuing her father and ending the mayhem. Batgirl was also with Batman when Tim Drake was kidnapped by the Joker and tortured into becoming a "son" of the Clown Prince.
While Batman took on the madman, Barbara confronted Harley Quinn. In the fight, they fell off a cliff, and though Batgirl tried to get Harley back to safety, she fell into Arkham Canyon. Post-Costume Barbara was the last of Batman's partners to relinquish their roles. She was also the girlfriend of Bruce Wayne for an undetermined period.
She would eventually become police commissioner as her father had been. Over the years, she lost touch with Bruce Wayne. According to Barbara herself, the fact that Bruce Wayne's drive wouldn't allow him to "settle down" from his life of crimefighting eventually drove a wedge between them; the intimate relationship was terminated after a time. She eventually went on to marry District Attorney Sam Young. Whether or not she told her husband about her time as Batgirl is unknown.
Initially, Barbara was distrustful of the second Batman, Terry McGinnis ; this distrust was stressed when Spellbinder used his technology to make her believe that Terry had killed Mad Stan. She also expressed a measure of resentment towards Bruce for not talking Terry out of becoming the latest Batman.
At first, she strictly refused Batman's help and warned him to stay out of police matters. But she eventually formed a mentoring relationship with Terry, even helping him on occasion, especially when the Joker returned and had attacked Bruce in the cave.
As she was one of the few people who knew Bruce's secret and who could be trusted, she was presumably, the person Terry contacted after Bruce was hurt and she may have helped him treat Bruce.
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As Bruce recovered, she briefly took over Bruce's role, sitting behind the mainframe in the Batcave providing guidance to him in the field. Barbara has since welcomed Batman back to fighting crime. She saved Terry's life by throwing a discarded batarang at the killer, amazed she still "had it".