Cricketer needing staff and personal servant

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BATMAN.

Last seen on: The Sun – Two Speed Crossword – Jan 21 2021

Random information on the term “BATMAN”:

Terrence McGinnis is a fictional superhero appearing in media published by DC Entertainment. The character was created by Bruce Timm and Paul Dini and first appeared in the pilot episode of the animated television series Batman Beyond (1999–2001), voiced by Will Friedle.

Terry McGinnis is the vigilante known as Batman in the future, having taken over the mantle after the aging Bruce Wayne went into retirement. In the DC animated universe continuity, he eventually learns that he is the biological son of Bruce (under a covert genetic engineering by Project Cadmus) unbeknownst to him and Bruce at first being that the former was conceived and raised by Warren McGinnis, whose reproductive DNA was rewritten to match Bruce’s.

McGinnis was created for the Batman Beyond animated television series, as a continuation of The New Batman Adventures, originally meant as a character for the DCAU. For a long time, he was not considered a character for the main DC Universe. Countdown introduced Earth-12, an alternate universe with its own version of Terry McGinnis and other Beyond-like characters. Superman/Batman (comic book) #22 (2005, which predates Superman/Batman Annual 4) was the first comic to depict McGinnis as existing in the future of Batman and the characters of the mainstream comic book DCU. In Batman # 700, Terry’s mentor is not Bruce, but Damian Wayne, who had become the third Batman after Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson (in other words Terry would be the fourth Batman).

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