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Tlano was a scientist from the planet Zur-En-Arrh who learned about Batman's adventures on Earth.  Inspired by him, he decided to play the same role on his home planet and became the Batman of his homeworld.
 
Tlano was a scientist from the planet Zur-En-Arrh who learned about Batman's adventures on Earth.  Inspired by him, he decided to play the same role on his home planet and became the Batman of his homeworld.
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Latest revision as of 01:44, April 12, 2020

Batman

Batman of Zur En Arrh

Real Name
Tlano
First Appearance
Batman (Vol. 1) #113 (August, 1958)
Creators
France Herron, Dick Sprang
Team Affliations
None
Aliases
The Batman of Zur-En-Arrh, The Batman of Planet X
Base of Operations
Zur-En-Arrh
Powers
None
Skills and Abilities
Detective Skills, Martial Arts Mastery, Super Intelligence
Tools and Weapons
Various specialized science weapons

Batman (AKA The Batman of Zur-En-Arrh, The Batman of Planet X) is a superhero in the DC Universe from the planet Zur-En-Arrh inspired by Bruce Wayne to fight crime on his homeworld.

OriginEdit

Tlano was a scientist from the planet Zur-En-Arrh who learned about Batman's adventures on Earth.  Inspired by him, he decided to play the same role on his home planet and became the Batman of his homeworld.


BiographyEdit

Batman of the planet Zur-En-Arrh's past remains unknown)

In other Media Edit

Appears in Batman The Brave and The Bold, where there was a robot that was its equivalent to Alfred, and a chancellor that was its equivalent to Commissioner Gordon.

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