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As the mother of his son, Damian, their relationship is equal parts Because she is the daughter of Ra's al Ghul, Talia and Batman are often. She introduced him to her father, who wanted to form an alliance with him. Bruce and Talia developed a relationship, but Batman discovered Ra's al Ghul's. Batman's rogue gallery is filled with some of the most multi-layered characters in comics. From The Joker, to Mr Freeze, they constantly.
In the final confrontation, Talia saved Batman once again from being murdered by her father's henchmen, but she left Gotham alongside the Demon. Most of these events were altered or removed after the Crisis on Infinite Earths. A short time later, Talia travelled to Gotham in order to assist Batman on his crusade against crime. Although she claimed that she was trying to help Bruce, she was actually checking upon the man's business.
Their trip continued until they arrived in Hong Kong and Bruce was trapped by the enemy,  who was none other than Ra's al Ghul. Talia was aware of her father's plan and she tried to keep Batman away from harm, but when her body started to age to reflect her real age of years old, she was forced to return to her father's side in order to regain her youth, betraying Batman in the process.
One of Ra's henchmen shot Talia, almost killing her because of her meddling. Ra's murdered the fool and he took her to the Lazarus Pit, where Talia was revived, but her defection from her father's side caused a final confrontation between Batman and Ra's, in which Ra's apparently died.
Talia and Batman escaped Ra's headquarters in Infinity Islandjust as the whole island was destroyed during a volcanic eruption. After these events, Talia decided to leave Bruce and find her place in the world, alone. Talia rescued Robin as Batman confronted Ra's, but once again the confrontation ended with Ra's apparent death. Grieving for her father, Talia chose to remain in isolation, away from Batman. She joined forces with the Dark Knight and with Catwomanalthough reluctantly, and together they stopped several of Batman's greatest foes on two occasions.
Son of the Demon Talia was eventually drawn to Gotham City after she learned that the international terrorist known as Qayin was operating in the city. While in Gotham, Talia came across Batman and the two of them worked together to bring down the criminal. Their quest brought them to meet with Ra's, and Batman learned that Qayin was the man who murdered Talia's mother.
Bruce and Talia After Ra's and Batman agreed to work as allies to bring down Qayin, Batman finally consummated his marriage with Talia  in a night full of passion. A few weeks later, Talia learned she was pregnant and shared the news with Batman and Ra's. Althought they were joyous about the news, Batman decided to stop the manhunt for Qayin as to protect Talia and their baby. Talia's desire for revenge was stronger than her love and in order to get Batman's help, she lied to Bruce about a miscarriage.
The news sent Batman into a vengeful rage, which culminated in Qayin's death by his own hands.
Althought the mission was accomplished, Talia couldn't stand revealing her lie to Bruce and she allowed him to believe they had truly lost their son, while also forcing him to remain away from her. However, Talia rejected the international brute, regarding him as merely a cunning animal compared to the more cultured intelligence of his predecessor.
After Batman defeated Bane, Ra's agreed that Bane was unworthy of his "only" daughter. However, Jason was resurrected after the time altering event related to Superboy-Prime. Although Jason returned to life, his body and mind were still broken from the Joker's attack. Out of love for Batman and the desire to make him love her again, Talia took Jason to her father and Jason spent months in the care of the League of Assassins.
Although his body recuperated, Jason's mind was shattered. Seeing no other way to help him, Talia took Jason to the Lazarus Pit and threw his body in while her father was regenerating himself.
Jason was fully revived in both body and mind. Immediately afterward, to spare Jason her father's wrath, she aided in the boy's escape.
Talia aided Jason financially and provided information in order to help him recover his life back. Although she seemingly supported Luthor, Talia was secretly working to undermine him, anonymously leaking news of his underhanded dealings to Superman.
When the time came for Luthor's downfall, she sold all of LexCorp's assets to the Wayne Foundationleaving Luthor penniless and his crimes exposed to all. To this end, she captured Talia and using a Lazarus Pit, killed and resurrected her in rapid succession, leaving Talia virtually broken from the trauma of dying and resurrecting again and again in so short a time. Rendered apathetic by her time in the Nazi concentration camps and unable to feel anything, Nyssa also planned to assassinate Superman with Kryptonite bullets she stole from the Batcavehoping that, by uniting the world in one moment of tragedy, she would manage to feel something once more.
While Batman was successful in preventing the assassination of Superman, he was unable to stop Nyssa from killing Ra's. This, in turn, was actually part of a greater plan concocted by Ra's, who wanted to ensure that his daughters would accept their destinies as his heirs, and take up his genocidal campaign. Realizing and accepting this, Nyssa and Talia become the heads of The Demon and led the League of Assassins, with Talia disavowing her love for Bruce Wayne as another result of her torture at Nyssa's hands.
The two sisters both declared Batman their enemy. Nyssa attempted and failed to recruit Batgirl to her new League of Assassins, and the Society failed to achieve its goals. However, the League of Assassins had apparently splintered and Cassandra Cain had gained partial control. To the surprise of Batman, Talia introduced him to his son, a boy named Damian who she bore in secret and was raised by the League of Assassins. Talia placed him in the care of Batman as part of a grand scheme involving ninja man-bats and the kidnapping of the British Prime Minister's wife.
Batman was unsure whether Damian was truly his son, but he attempted to deal with the spoiled, hot-tempered child anyway. She reminded him of his late wife, and a romance was ignited, leading to the birth of Talia. However, due to irresponsible drug use, the woman died of an overdose, and Ra's ultimately found her to be "unworthy" of revival in the Lazarus Pit. In comics, both Talia and Ra's have wildly varying skin tones and ethnic features, depending on the illustrator.
Talia al Ghul's first appearance in one of these movies was in 's emotionally powerful Batman: Under the Red Hood, although her role is drastically reduced from the original story. In the comic, she brings a living, but disoriented, Jason Todd to the League's headquarters, and dips him in the Lazarus Pit against her father's wishes. In the movie, Jason Todd is never revived by Superboy Prime's "retcon punch," and instead, his dead body is stolen by Ra's al Ghul, who seeks to atone to Batman for getting his young apprentice killed.
Talia doesn't even have any lines in the film! Played by Morena Baccarin, Talia is considerably less evil in this adaptation, with Deathstroke serving as the main villain in her stead. In general, Son of Batman is decidedly more of an "in name only" adaptation of the original comic, a decision which pleased many Talia fans who were dismayed by her characterization in the comic.
Finally, Baccarin reprised her role in this year's Batman: Bad Blood, loosely based on the Battle For the Cowl story. The Animated Series and Beyond Largely considered to be one of the best versions of the Caped Crusader, as well as one of the greatest animated series of all time, Batman: The Animated Series featured Talia al Ghul, and her father, as recurring characters.
For her subsequent appearances in the show, as well as the animated series based on Superman, Talia was voiced by Olivia Hussey, an actress most famous for her starring role in Franco Zeffirelli's version of Romeo and Juliet.
Ra's is so evil, he kills his own daughter just to prolong his own existence. Arkham Ciy, where it was revealed that Hugo Strange and his diabolical plans were all just part of a much larger scheme being enacted by the League of Assassins.
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Unfortunately, she is murdered by The Joker with her own sword after attempting to kill his decoy, Clayface, who had been secretly disguised as the clown for nearly the whole game. There's a brief-but-heartbreaking scene in the final game of the trilogy, Arkham Knightin which Batman mourns his fallen love.
In the Gotham City Police Department building's evidence lockup, Batman can come across Talia's sword, which had been used against her by The Joker in the previous game. He leans against the display case and sorrowfully muses, " Talia Rachel Dawes, William Earle Rutger Hauer's characterand John Blake are among several characters with no direct precedent in the comics.
When Marion Cotillard was announced to be playing another original character, Miranda Tate, many fans failed to even suspect her true identity: Talia al Ghul, Daughter of the Demon. Liam Neesen's version of Ra's al Ghul died in his failed attempt to destroy Gotham with a mega-microwave device, so Talia, working with Bane, decided to purge the city with a nuclear bomb.