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Real Identity: Not Applicable
Appearances (BB): All 52 Episodes and Return of the Joker
Appearances (TZP): Shadows
Appearances (SS): Future Shock
Appearances (JLU): The Once And Future Thing Part One, Part Two, and Epilogue
Powers/Skills: Physical Augmentation
Voiced By: Not Applicable
As late as the 2030's, Batman completed design and fabrication of a new Batsuit. It integrated cutting edge technology. From the exterior, the suit appears to have synaptic controls, neuro-muscular amplification, and flight. However, that is the just the beginning. The batsuit became a walking utility belt. It comes with a built-in glider, rocket propulsion boots, fingertip mikes, sleeve recorder, cowl radio receiver, magnetic boots, razor claws, cowl video link, automatic loading of Batarangs, explosives, grapple, giger counter, air assist for extreme environments, enhanced vision and spectrums, blowtorch, gas balls, flashlight, tracer, retardant, handcuffs, buzzsaw, fingertip glass cutter, lock picks, hacking tools, scanner, fingertip decoder, wiretaps, and suit sensors. Over time, the suit was rebuilt and upgraded. One of the first modifications was a camoflauge option added shortly after Terry McGinnis became Batman, most likely to aid his stealth in his fledgling years. Over a year later, the suit's servocircuits were boosted to give Batman the abilty to generate an electric field. In a hypertimeline ruled by Chronos, Batman also kept a Mother Box in his utility belt.
The suit comes equipped with at least four types of batarangs: the standard fold-able version, explode on impact, electrified, and one that releases titanium restraints on impact. Sometime in a 15 year span, Batman also integrated the original utility belt into the costume. Like with most costumes and vehicles in Batman's arsenal, this batsuit was nearly destroyed and repaired over the years. Inque, a Cerestone-modified bulldog, a Kobra elite, Dr. Cuvier, and Robert Vance inflicted the most damage. In the 2050's, Bruce Wayne was the primary custodian of the suit. Most of the specific parts used are known except for servo-motors invented by Dr. Peter Corso. As a last resort, in the case someone stole the batsuit, Batman could activate a failsafe device hidden in the suit remotely from the Batcomputer. It essentially paralyzes the suit and restricts all movement unless switched off. However, the digitized program of Robert Vance figured out a method to either sever the connection or bypass the failsafe. As a second failsafe, only one wearing the Batsuit can control and drive the Batmobile. Once inside, the Batsuit fully integrates into the Batmobile's navigation system.