The primary story of All-Star Batman # 2 is by Snyder and artist John Romita, Jr., which finds Batman continuing his attempt to cure Harvey Dent of his Two-Face personality once and for all. But first, Bruce Wayne will have to deal with the apparent betrayal of his most trusted ally. And we trust that there's a good explanation for this, Snyder! Here's what DC had to say about the issue:
In , Batman confronts in the villain's bunker. He states that he will make an exception to his "no firearms" rule and shoots Darkseid using the bullet that killed Orion and hits Darkseid. As Darkseid dies he fires the Omega Sanction (which traps its victim's soul in a series of alternate lives, each worse than the one before it), from his eyes, and hits Batman. Before the Omega Sanction hits Batman he silently says, "Gotcha". It is unknown if ' Batman knew Darkseid shot the Omega sanction or he knew it was coming and accepted his fate. (Morrison notes that Batman's use of the gun is symbolic as “the root of the Batman mythos is the gun and the bullet that created Batman. So, Batman himself is finally standing there to complete that big mythical circle and to have the image of Batman up against the actual personification of evil and now he's got the gun and he's got the bullet. It seemed to me to work.") At the close of the penultimate issue in the series, Superman returns to Earth from the 31st century, where he was given access to the reality-altering Miracle Machine by Brainiac 5 of the Legion of Super-Heroes. In a fit of desperate rage, Superman attacks Darkseid's bunker, finding Batman's charred corpse within. The Dark Knight is seemingly dead. However, the Omega Sanction does not kill its victims: instead, it sends their consciousness traveling through parallel worlds, and at the conclusion of Final Crisis, it is made clear that this is the fate that has befallen the still-living Batman, as he watches the passing of Anthro in the distant past.
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is resurrected as an amnesiac and crawls out of his own grave, eventually taken in by who restores his personality through a . Distraught to find that Batman had not cared enough to avenge his death against the , he takes on the identity of as his own man. This resurrection is explained as a result of the walls of reality during .