“Giving Batman more pain doesn’t reveal anything about his character because he’s taken as much pain as he can.But giving him love and joy, that combines with the tragedy of his past into something new and never done before.”Batman had had a slew of love interests over the years, from reporter Vicki Vale to supervillainess Talia al Ghul — he even shared a kiss once with Wonder Woman (sorry, Steve Trevor).Telltale's saying that this game is a remix of established Bat-history.Here's a look at the tweaks presented in episode one: show.
It seems that Zack Snyder and the DC Extended Universe isn't done with the "Wonder Bats" pairing, as the first DC has teased a Wonder Woman and Batman pairing in both the comics and cartoons, but has inexplicably shied away from coupling the two characters together.
Wonder Woman wasn't intimidated by Batman's stony demeanor and Batman trusted Wonder Woman enough to let her see his flirtatious and playful side.
While there was plenty of mutual flirting between the pair, fans got to see exactly how much Batman cared for Wonder Woman in the episode "This Little Piggy".
Batman fights a one man war against the out of control criminal element in his city, while Wonder Woman wants to use the Amazon message of peace (which often contradicts with her warrior mentality) to unlock humanity's true potential. Both are warriors and superheroes who can operate in solitude but work best with allies and friends.
They're both natural leaders with sharp tactical minds, they're among the best fighters in the world, and they both fly cool jets.