His name is not revealed to Alfred and Bruce until the end of the story, at which point he claims it also was his father's name (a later storyline in his solo series stated his father's name to be Ludovic Valley, however). When Bruce Wayne was imprisoned in Arkham City, Azrael watched as Wayne entered the prison confines. In doing so, he was shown the error of his ways and decided to fight alongside Batman against the criminals of Gotham, rejecting his "birthright" and seeking Batman's help in breaking his conditioning to forge his own destiny. Enemies Booster Gold |
Crimson Fox | Power Girl | To prove his worth, Batman set up multiple augmented reality training sessions. Azrael is also a superior fighter; although he lacks technique and style in his fighting moves, he makes up for it with his inhuman speed, reflexes, and agility. Phantom Stranger | Triumph | Tomorrow Woman | Geo-Force |  The gauntlets were taken by Kate Spencer, the current Manhunter, and are used in her outfit. No information Each session was recorded by Alfred Pennyworth and put through the Batcomputer to run physiological tests. Donna Troy | Toward the end of the series, Azrael is plagued by supernatural occurrences in the form of possible miracles. Lightray |
Starfire | Pandora | No information However, Azrael's body is never recovered, and his death went unconfirmed for several years. Katana | , Jean-Paul Valley was the first character to assume the identity of Azrael, debuting in the four-issue miniseries Batman: Sword of Azrael in 1992. Not only could Azrael study Batman's moves and copy them almost flawlessly, but some of his memories had been altered by the Order. Atomica | , After Scarecrow's plan to evacuate Gotham City, Azrael took to the rooftops and lit burning bat symbols to signal Batman. Batwing |  This is not only due to his martial arts skills, but also due to his inhuman physical abilities. Justice League | After Scarecrow's plan to evacuate Gotham City, Azrael took to the rooftops and lit burning bat symbols to signal Batman. Both the Jean-Paul Valley and Michael Lane versions of Azrael, as well as the Jean-Paul incarnation of Batman are playable characters in, The Jean-Paul Valley version of Azrael is a playable character in the, The Michael Lane version of Azrael appears as a playable character in the handheld versions of, The Jean-Paul Valley version of Batman appears as a playable character in, If Azrael attempts to kill Batman with the sword, he is quickly subdued by the Dark Knight and subsequently incarcerated at the GCPD Headquarters, where Lane vows to escape and kill Batman one day. Later on, he dons red armor with golden gauntlets, boots, shoulder pads and a blue cape. Stargirl | Vibe | Frankenstein | They recruited Michael to fight evil as their crusader Azrael, and bestowed him with the Suit of Sorrows and the Sword of Sin, two mystical artifacts belonging to the order.