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  • Bat-Mite is an all-powerful imp from the 5th Dimension and is Batman's biggest fan in the DC Universe.
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  • Bat-Mite es un ser cuyo origen o procedencia se desconoce. Se ha llegado a considerar que es un enano proveniente de otra dimensión, una creación del Señor Mxyzptlk o simplemente una ilusión de Batman inducido por fármacos estrés.
  • Bat-Mite is big fan of Batman from the Fourth dimensional planet Ergo. Although not evil, he is a real pest, and often gets Batman and his friends into big trouble. But he really only wants to help Batman fight the forces of evil.
  • When Batman and Robin went to consult Rossum about a robot used to spring Mister Freeze, they were surprised the door was answered by a small flying figure dressed as a bat, claiming to be their biggest fan. Directly after, he malfunctioned and crashed to earth. Rossum complained that he never could get its programming right.
  • Name: Bat-Mite Powers and Abilities: Five-dimensional Reality Manipulation, Flight, Teleportation, Immortality. Attack Potency: High Multiverse level+ (A 5-dimensional entity. On the same level as Mister Mxyzptlk.) Stamina: Immense Range: High Multiversal Standand Equipment: None Intelligence: Unknown Weaknesses: Unknown Notes: Before making any changes to this page, please read and follow the Power-scaling Rules for Marvel and DC Comics.
  • After the continuity-changing 1985 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths was published, Bat-Mite was mostly removed from the Batman comics canon. Bat-Mite made an appearance in the series Legends of the Dark Knight, although he may have been the hallucination of a drug-addled criminal named Bob Overdog. This version of Bat-Mite later appeared in Mitefall, a one-shot book which was a parody of the "Knightfall" Batman storyline (with Overdog in the Jean-Paul Valley role). In #6 of the 1999 World's Finest miniseries, Mr. Mxyzptlk encountered Bat-Mite, shortly after being mistaken for him by Overdog. While in this story the post-Crisis Bat-Mite encountered Batman for the first time, Superman and Batman subsequently concluded that Mxyzptlk had created him, inspired by Overdog's ravings.
  • Bat-Mite regularly appeared in Batman, Detective Comics, and World's Finest Comics for five years. Bat-Mite and Mr. Mxyzptlk teamed up four times in the pages of World's Finest Comics to plague Superman and Batman together, as well. In 1964, however, when the Batman titles were revamped under new editor Julius Schwartz, Bat-Mite vanished along with the other extraneous members of the Batman family such as Ace the Bat-Hound. After this, only three more Bat-Mite stories were published in the pre-Crisis DC Universe: two Bat-Mite/Mr. Mxyzptlk team ups in World's Finest Comics #152 (August 1965) and #169 (September 1967) (which were not edited by Schwartz but by Mort Weisinger), and "Bat-Mite's New York Adventure" from Detective Comics #482 (February–March 1979), in which the imp visits the DC
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  • Bat-Mite
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  • Bat-Mite
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  • Paraphenalia
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  • Detective Comics #267
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  • The Imp Dimension
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  • Detective Comics #267
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  • Bob Kane, Bill Finger, Sheldon Moldoff
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  • Able to manipulate reality at will
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  • Bat-Mite
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  • Detective Comics #267
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  • Bat-Mite
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  • Bat-Mite emerging from Joker's mouth. Art by Ed McGuinness.
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  • Bat-Mite
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  • the Mite Dimension
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  • Detective Comics #267
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  • __FORCETOC__ Image:Help.png
  • Bat-Mite is an all-powerful imp from the 5th Dimension and is Batman's biggest fan in the DC Universe.
  • File:Bat-MiteBJC.gif Write the text of your article here!
  • Bat-Mite es un ser cuyo origen o procedencia se desconoce. Se ha llegado a considerar que es un enano proveniente de otra dimensión, una creación del Señor Mxyzptlk o simplemente una ilusión de Batman inducido por fármacos estrés.
  • Bat-Mite is big fan of Batman from the Fourth dimensional planet Ergo. Although not evil, he is a real pest, and often gets Batman and his friends into big trouble. But he really only wants to help Batman fight the forces of evil.
  • When Batman and Robin went to consult Rossum about a robot used to spring Mister Freeze, they were surprised the door was answered by a small flying figure dressed as a bat, claiming to be their biggest fan. Directly after, he malfunctioned and crashed to earth. Rossum complained that he never could get its programming right.
  • Name: Bat-Mite Powers and Abilities: Five-dimensional Reality Manipulation, Flight, Teleportation, Immortality. Attack Potency: High Multiverse level+ (A 5-dimensional entity. On the same level as Mister Mxyzptlk.) Stamina: Immense Range: High Multiversal Standand Equipment: None Intelligence: Unknown Weaknesses: Unknown Notes: Before making any changes to this page, please read and follow the Power-scaling Rules for Marvel and DC Comics.
  • Bat-Mite regularly appeared in Batman, Detective Comics, and World's Finest Comics for five years. Bat-Mite and Mr. Mxyzptlk teamed up four times in the pages of World's Finest Comics to plague Superman and Batman together, as well. In 1964, however, when the Batman titles were revamped under new editor Julius Schwartz, Bat-Mite vanished along with the other extraneous members of the Batman family such as Ace the Bat-Hound. After this, only three more Bat-Mite stories were published in the pre-Crisis DC Universe: two Bat-Mite/Mr. Mxyzptlk team ups in World's Finest Comics #152 (August 1965) and #169 (September 1967) (which were not edited by Schwartz but by Mort Weisinger), and "Bat-Mite's New York Adventure" from Detective Comics #482 (February–March 1979), in which the imp visits the DC Comics offices and insists that he be given his own feature in a Batman comic. This story featured protestors with picket signs shouting "We want Bat-Mite!" outside the Tishman Building (where DC's editorial offices were located at the time), and was accompanied by an editorial comment that this story was published specifically to acknowledge the actual requests of fans for this character's revival. Later Bat-Mite appeared in a one-page story in the 200th issue of The Brave and the Bold.
  • After the continuity-changing 1985 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths was published, Bat-Mite was mostly removed from the Batman comics canon. Bat-Mite made an appearance in the series Legends of the Dark Knight, although he may have been the hallucination of a drug-addled criminal named Bob Overdog. This version of Bat-Mite later appeared in Mitefall, a one-shot book which was a parody of the "Knightfall" Batman storyline (with Overdog in the Jean-Paul Valley role). In #6 of the 1999 World's Finest miniseries, Mr. Mxyzptlk encountered Bat-Mite, shortly after being mistaken for him by Overdog. While in this story the post-Crisis Bat-Mite encountered Batman for the first time, Superman and Batman subsequently concluded that Mxyzptlk had created him, inspired by Overdog's ravings.
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