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Batman is a fictional superhero appearing in comic books published by DC Comics.
Batman may also refer to:
Art, entertainment, and media
- Batman (set index), the Batman codename alias used by a number of characters over the years
- Batman (Damian Wayne), the recurring character also known as "Robin"
- Batman (Dick Grayson), the recurring character also known as "Nightwing"
- Batman (Earth-Two), an alternate version of the character
- Batman (Jason Todd), the recurring character also known as "Red Hood"
- Batman (Jean-Paul Valley), the recurring character also known as "Azrael"
- Batman (Terry McGinnis), the main character in Batman Beyond media
- Batman (Tim Drake), the recurring character also known as "Red Robin"
- "Batman", nickname of César Güemes, a fictional drug dealer and henchmen in the telenovela La Reina del Sur
- Batman (comic book), published from 1940 to the present
- Batman (comic strip), in newspapers from 1943 to 1991
- Batman (manga), several comic series published in Japan
Films and television
Main article: Batman in film
- Batman (1966 film)
- Batman (1989 film series)
- Batman (2005 film series)
- Batman (serial), a 1943 movie serial
- Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, a 1993 animated film based on the 1990s animated series
- Batman, 1966-1968 television series
- Batman: The Animated Series, a 1990s animated series; during its second season, the series was given the on-screen title The Adventures of Batman & Robin
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold, an animated series that debuted in 2008
- The Batman (TV series), a 2000s animated series
Main article: List of Batman video games
- Batman (1986 video game), released in 1986 for the Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, and MSX consoles
- Batman (Nintendo Entertainment System), released in 1989 for the Nintendo Entertainment System
- Batman (Sega Mega Drive), released in 1990 for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
- Batman (1990 arcade game), released in 1990 by Atari
- Batman (2013 arcade game), released in 2013 by Specular Interactive
- Batman: Arkham, a video game franchise
- Batman: Arkham Asylum, a 2009 video game developed by Rocksteady Studios
- Batman: Arkham City, a 2011 video game developed by Rocksteady Studios
- Batman: Arkham Origins, a 2013 video game developed by Warner Bros Games Studios Montreal
- Batman: Arkham Knight, a 2015 video game developed by Rocksteady Studios
- Batman (album), an album by Prince
- Batman (score), the film score album for the 1989 film
- "Batman Theme", by Neal Hefti for the 1960s television show and recorded by many artists since
- "Batman!" (Jan and Dean song), based on the theme by Neal Hefti
- "Batman", a song by John Zorn from Naked City
- Batman (2003 toy line), six-inch model figures
- Batman Bridge
- Batman Highway
- Batman railway station, Melbourne
- Batman's Hill
- Division of Batman, an electoral district in Victoria named after John Batman
- Batman, Iran, a village in Kermanshah Province, Iran
- Batman Province
- Batman, Turkey, the provincial capital of Batman Province
- Batman River, a tributary of the Dicle River
- Batman, a small village in Tunceli Province
- Batman (surname), a surname (and list of people with the name)
- As nickname or stage name
- Antonis Fotsis (born 1981), Greek basketball player
- Marques Houston (born 1981), American entertainer also known as Batman
- Bershawn Jackson (born 1983), American athlete also known as Batman
- Batman Samini (ne Emmanuel Andrews Samini in 1981), former stage name of Ghanaian musician who now uses the stage name "Samini"
- Batman (military), a soldier assigned as a personal valet to a commissioned officer
- Batman (truck), a monster truck that debuted in 2006
- Batman (unit), a historical unit of measure
- Batman: The Ride, a steel inverted roller coaster
- B.A.T.M.A.N., a mesh network routing protocol
- Bayesian tool for methylation analysis
- Bathmen, a municipality in the Netherlands
- Batman and Robin (disambiguation)
- Batman franchise media
- Batman's Treaty, a treaty between John Batman and a group of Wurundjeri elders for the rental of Aboriginal lands
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