After a pair of kids laugh at Batman for being an "old timer in a Batman suit", they point out to him the real Batman, who Bruce realizes is an older Dick Grayson who has a ward of his own fighting as Robin the Boy Wonder. However, we see both Mxyzptlk and Bat-Mite both appear over on Superman/Batman #52. Thomas Wayne is a Bat-suit? 1.3 Emperor Joker! The reader has been unsure if Bat-Mite is a mere figment of Bruce’s imagination of if he actually exists. 1 History 1.1 Origin 1.2 Legends of the Dark Mite! Bat-Mite? FOR AUCTION IS 1 COMIC BOOKS FROM THE SERIES "BATMAN " VOLUME 1 (1940-2011) 2.99 COVER PRICE . I've always thought the shadowy creature hiding on Bat-Mite's back in Batman R.I.P. Bat-Mite's imagined version of Batman quickly goes to ridiculous lengths to kill Superman, including "Red Sun Weapons", battle armor, magic - even a … Morrison finally revealed the green monster over the shoulder of Prelude - Part 4 of 7 - The 3rd Batmen: Part 1 of 4 - Written by Grant Morrison Art by Tony Daniel & Jonathan Glapion Cover by Daniel The Gotham Police HQ is taken over by the mysterious Third Batman who begins to kill cops, working his way towards Jim … Bat-Mite was co-created by Sheldon Moldoff and Batman co-creator Bill Finger in 1959's Detective Comics #267. 1.4 Mitefall! An all-powerful being from the fifth dimension capable of shaping reality to his will, Bat-Mite admired Batman and would visit him unexpectedly in a makeshift costume, creating scenarios to see his hero in action. "Batman R.I.P." Morrison plays coy by having Bat-Mite say that the 5th Dimension is imagination. ISSUES # 672..COUNTDOWN 18 Batman R.I.P. Zur-En-Arrh? ... Bat-Mite has grown weary of Batman: The Brave and the Bold, deeming its formula to be tired and repetitive, so he concocts a scheme to make it so bad that the network will have to cancel the show to make way for a darker one. Batman, clearly under the influence of Bat-Mite, then asks Superman if he knows how difficult building a tank out of kryptonite was. Therefore, it appears that Bat-Mite truly is an imp from the 5th Dimension. is an American comic book story arc published in Batman #676–681 by DC Comics. Also, Bat-Mite (even though he's more creepy than comic relief in this depiction) leaves Batman before he enters Arkham for the big confrontation with Dr. Hurt. 2 Powers and Abilities 3 Relationships 3.1 Batman 4 Appearances 5 Trivia Bat-Mite Bat Mite is an imp from the Fifth Dimension. Written by Grant Morrison, penciled by Tony Daniel, and with covers by Alex Ross, the story pits the superhero Batman against the Black Glove organization as they attempt to destroy everything for which he stands. The show's slowly leading up to a version of Batman RIP. Batman makes his way to Gotham city and finds it to be quite different from the Gotham he remembers, with more skyscrapers and flying cars. was super creepy and cool, but I've never understood its significance. Bat-Mite is a mischievous imp from the 5th dimension with reality-warping powers who idolizes Batman, but usually only causes trouble for his hero.To show his devotion he wears an ill-fitting homemade costume. Having just reread Seven Soldiers, I noticed that Sheeda are depicted similarly latching onto a host's back/neck. This video explores the abilities, powers, and origin of the DC Comics character "Bat-Mite." The residents of this dimension are characterized by their near limitless mastery of magic and he in particular for his idolization of Batman. He is similar to the character Mister Mxyzptlk, an antagonist to Superman who he occasionally teams up with, although instead of acting maliciously he is more of an unintentional nuisance.