Updated on 16 October, 2021
In Zero Point Comic Book #2, Ben Affleck once again stars as Batman. After a tragic event leaves Gotham City without a superhero, the dark knight returns in this second issue. Just when the city's dark knight seems to have the situation under control, a mysterious stranger makes an appearance and begins to steal from the wealthy in the area. This raises some questions in the mind of Batman, who is leading the fight against evil in Gotham City. Can the world's greatest detective solve the mystery of Zero Point, escape the crime scene of FORTNITE and still take on the rivalry of the Dark Knight?
In this two part blockbuster miniseries, DC Entertainment's Batman continues his mission to rid Gotham of villains while the colorful but war-weary Green Lantern struggles to contain the unchecked destruction of the universe's most dangerous villain, Bane. With the mysterious Pandora and her mystical energies wreaking havoc on both sides of the battle, Batman must rely on his allies the Batmobile and Batboat to accomplish his goals. Although Batman and the Bat Family continue to fight crime, they must also deal with the aftermath of catastrophic events in both worlds. The tragic death of John Blake draws Batman to Earth-1 and introduces him to the newest Robin: Hawkgirl. The tragic death of Blake heralds the return of Batman to the world of the living, and both the dark knight and the wonder woman must work together if they have any hope of defeating villains and restoring balance to their respective universe.
In the first of the Zero Point Comic Book series, "The Zero Point Protocol," written by Tom Spurgeon and illustrated by Nelson DeClemente, Batman teams up with super-spy, Batgirl, who assumes the identity of Batwoman, and Green Lantern, who becomes known as Green Lantern after saving the earth from a group of terrorists. The team of super heroes battles the evil dictatorship of Grindell, who seeks to harness the power of the Vortigaunt monsters on the planet Oaarrn. Batman deduces that the evil regime has located a stash of naquadah in the United States and wants to use it to create a force of super soldiers. Meanwhile, the Riddler, who has mastered the art of deception using various gadgets, is out to catch the Dynamic Duo. Batman and Batgirl must work together to uncover the mystery behind the plot and defeat the evil villain.
Following the events of "The Zero Point Protocol," an armored Batman returns to Gotham City to help battle the menace once and for all. He joins forces again with Batgirl to combat the Grindell organization and foil their sinister plans once and for all. Along the way, Batman learns that he has several different versions of his alter ego in mind, as well as different personalities vying for dominance within the Bat household. This issue of Batman comics presents the Caped Crusader in a one-on-one battle with both the Riddler and the villain Bane.
If you love the concept of the classic Batman villains battling each other in the dark, this version of the Dark Knight will be a fun and exciting read. With the action-packed story, you will be hooked from cover to cover. During the fight between Batman and Bane, the villain makes use of a machine gun that causes massive damage to the Batmobile, forcing Batman to crash into a nearby building. Fortunately, Cat Woman jumps into the battle with a thermal optic blast device, which allows her to spot Batman and rescue him before the two fight any further. For these reasons, this Zero Point comic is essential for hardcore Batman fans who want to dive right into the action.
However, if you are new to the world of Batman comics, then you may not be aware that there are two different versions of the character that appear throughout the course of the series. In the beginning, we have the original Batman, and then we get the Dark Knight Strikes Back limited series. The most recent version is the New 52 version, and it was introduced during the last year of the New York City series. This limited series continues the same storyline as the original, but has been retooled for modern conveniences. For example, rather than being shot by an arrow, Gordon is hit by a Batarang and so the first series ends with him permanently injured.
So how does Zero Point Comic really work? For one, the concept is rather simple - a dark, eerie place known as zero point exists at the very beginning of the New York series. The mysterious substance emitted by this place is addictive, and those who fall under its influence are able to use their bodies as weapons. This means that super-powered beings are emerging all over the city, and when a certain percentage of them decide to go back to the place where they originated, they accidentally become Zetsarians - humans with almost robotic qualities.
Following the Zero Point Event, the mysterious substance is slowly seeping into other dimensions, and thus begins the New Earth timeline. However, this does not mean that the world in which we find ourselves is the same as the one depicted in Zero Point, at least not yet. In fact, there is a very important character in Zero Point who will help our heroes to battle against villains, the future of the world and even the very structure of our universe! This is something that people have been discussing for quite some time, and now it's finally ready for the big screen!