Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne is a 6-issue [2] American comic book limited series published by DC Comics beginning in May 2010 to November 2010, [1] [2] [3] written by Grant Morrison and featuring a team of rotating artists starting with Chris Sprouse and Frazer Irving . [6]

Morrison described the vastly different time periods in each issue. "The first episode is set in the Late- Paleolithic Era, the second is in Pilgrim -era Gotham Village, and we also get to see Gotham in Western or noir style. Each of the stories is a twist on a different 'pulp hero' genre — so there's the caveman story, the witchhunter/Puritan adventurer thing, the pirate Batman, the cowboy , the P.I. — as a nod toward those mad old 1950s comics with Caveman Batman and Viking Batman adventures. It's Bruce Wayne's ultimate challenge — Batman vs. history itself!" [2]

The writer-artist team of Dan Jurgens and Norm Rapmund will release a companion series titled Time Masters: Vanishing Point that stars Rip Hunter , Booster Gold , Superman , and Hal Jordan . The series will follow the heroes' journey to find Batman who was lost in time following Final Crisis . [8]

In the aftermath, the world learns that Bruce was Batman; all of his secrets are destroyed with the manor and his finances disappear. As Superman leaves Wayne's funeral, he gives Kelley a knowing wink after hearing a faint heartbeat coming from Bruce's coffin. In underground caves, Bruce is revealed to have survived his heart attack and faked his death to make preparations to continue his mission more discreetly, allied with Kelley, Queen, and his followers.

Christopher Drake , veteran DC Animated Universe composer, scored both parts of the film. A deluxe two-disc edition soundtrack was released on October 8, 2013, to coincide with the deluxe version of the film. [9]

Rotten Tomatoes gives Part 1 a score of 100% based on reviews from 5 critics and Part 2 a score of 94% based on reviews from 3 critics. [10] [11]

Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne is a 6-issue [2] American comic book limited series published by DC Comics beginning in May 2010 to November 2010, [1] [2] [3] written by Grant Morrison and featuring a team of rotating artists starting with Chris Sprouse and Frazer Irving . [6]

Morrison described the vastly different time periods in each issue. "The first episode is set in the Late- Paleolithic Era, the second is in Pilgrim -era Gotham Village, and we also get to see Gotham in Western or noir style. Each of the stories is a twist on a different 'pulp hero' genre — so there's the caveman story, the witchhunter/Puritan adventurer thing, the pirate Batman, the cowboy , the P.I. — as a nod toward those mad old 1950s comics with Caveman Batman and Viking Batman adventures. It's Bruce Wayne's ultimate challenge — Batman vs. history itself!" [2]

The writer-artist team of Dan Jurgens and Norm Rapmund will release a companion series titled Time Masters: Vanishing Point that stars Rip Hunter , Booster Gold , Superman , and Hal Jordan . The series will follow the heroes' journey to find Batman who was lost in time following Final Crisis . [8]

Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne is a 6-issue [2] American comic book limited series published by DC Comics beginning in May 2010 to November 2010, [1] [2] [3] written by Grant Morrison and featuring a team of rotating artists starting with Chris Sprouse and Frazer Irving . [6]

Morrison described the vastly different time periods in each issue. "The first episode is set in the Late- Paleolithic Era, the second is in Pilgrim -era Gotham Village, and we also get to see Gotham in Western or noir style. Each of the stories is a twist on a different 'pulp hero' genre — so there's the caveman story, the witchhunter/Puritan adventurer thing, the pirate Batman, the cowboy , the P.I. — as a nod toward those mad old 1950s comics with Caveman Batman and Viking Batman adventures. It's Bruce Wayne's ultimate challenge — Batman vs. history itself!" [2]

The writer-artist team of Dan Jurgens and Norm Rapmund will release a companion series titled Time Masters: Vanishing Point that stars Rip Hunter , Booster Gold , Superman , and Hal Jordan . The series will follow the heroes' journey to find Batman who was lost in time following Final Crisis . [8]

In the aftermath, the world learns that Bruce was Batman; all of his secrets are destroyed with the manor and his finances disappear. As Superman leaves Wayne's funeral, he gives Kelley a knowing wink after hearing a faint heartbeat coming from Bruce's coffin. In underground caves, Bruce is revealed to have survived his heart attack and faked his death to make preparations to continue his mission more discreetly, allied with Kelley, Queen, and his followers.

Christopher Drake , veteran DC Animated Universe composer, scored both parts of the film. A deluxe two-disc edition soundtrack was released on October 8, 2013, to coincide with the deluxe version of the film. [9]

Rotten Tomatoes gives Part 1 a score of 100% based on reviews from 5 critics and Part 2 a score of 94% based on reviews from 3 critics. [10] [11]

On the subject of Batman's religious affiliation, there is some disagreement among fans as well as among writers about whether the character is a mostly lapsed Catholic or a mostly lapsed Episcopalian. There is universal agreement that the character is not an active churchgoer in any faith.

Given the wealth of support for both major theories about Batman's religious background (Catholic and Episcopalian), it seems most likely that both are correct, and that Bruce Wayne's father (the source of Batman's surname, English heritage, wealth and social standing) was an Episcopalian, while his mother (the key source of Bruce's early religious upbringing and ingrained religious feelings) was a Catholic.

Bruce Wayne's ancestry or ethnic heritage is touched upon in a few sources, including the graphic novel Batman: Scottish Connection . Anthony Pires, a reader of this page, has helpfully clarified some facts relating to this: In this story, Bruce Wayne is specifically asked if he has Scottish heritage. Batman's surname - "Wayne" - is, in fact, of English origin. From Answers.com (http://www.answers.com/topic/wayne-2; viewed 28 May 2007): Wayne
Usage: English
From an occupational surname meaning "wagon maker", derived from Old English wægn "wagon".

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