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Batman Dies a Ridiculous Amount of Times in His Fortnite Adventure

Batman/Fortnite Zero Point’s Christos Gage and Reilly Brown haven’t totaled the number of times the Dark Knight dies in the crossover, but it’s a lot.

Batman dies and is reborn numerous times when he is pulled into the world of Fortnite in the six-issue series Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point.

The crossover puts Batman in the Epic Games universe, without his memory and battling for his life on Party Royale Island against the game’s avatars — and losing. While discussing the series, writer Christos Gage told CBR that he doesn’t know how many times Batman succumbs. “I have not actually counted it up. But doesn’t everyone die when the storm covers the entire island?” he said.

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Artist Reilly Brown chimed in as well, saying, “He dies every 22 minutes. So it depends on how long he’s in there. While I was drawing it, if you pay attention to his facial hair, you could see how long he’s in there. So he’s definitely in there for at least a week. So I don’t know how many times 22 minutes happens in a week, but that’s how many times and I guess it won’t be more frequently than that. If we figured out exactly how long he’s in the loop, we could figure out exactly how many times he died.”

“The real question is, is it guys like Ruckus and Big Mouth that are killing him? Or is it the storm?” Brown added. “Who has the most kill points racked up on Batman? That’s the real question.”

Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point #1, by Donald Mustard, Christos Gage, Reilly Brown, Nelson Faro DeCastro, John Kalisz and AndWorld Design, is now on sale from DC.

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