Athanasia Al Ghul is a character featured in the Injustice 2 prequel comics. She is the daughter of Bruce Wayne and Talia Al Ghul, as well as the sister of Damian Wayne.

Injustice 2 Comic

Athanasia is first seen beside her mother Talia breaking her brother Damian out of Prison. She is insulted by Damian's apparent rudeness and wants him to say please before letting him out. When Warden Dan Turpin tries to arrest them, she kills him and the guards. While exiting the building, Damian tells his mother to control her 'servant', Athanasia, who then assaults him. It is then that Talia reveals Athanasia is Damian's sister and the "Daughter of the Bat".

She is later seen among Ra's al Ghul followers and treaten to kill Harley Quinn in front of her daughter until Ivy take her gun.

Later with the Batman copycat and Damian they dig up the corpse of Alfred, by doing so it trigger the alarm and her father shows up and this is what she expected. She orders the Suicide Squad to attack the wedding.

She reveals to him that they are people he let down and hurt,she shot her father when he use a smoke grenade and hit his right hand to shut the communication with Barbara but he calls the Batwing so they escape with the teleporter with Alfred.

Later at Ra's base she warn him about technical issue with the north entrance to which he respond tha her father is already here.

When most of the Suicide Squad aren't responding she is ordered by his brother to find Ra's because Batman is already here.

Later she appears among the assassin with her grandfather and her mother, when Blue Beetle is neutralise by El Diablo she takes the opportunity to punch her father.

When El Diablo exploded, she was protected by Luke but got injured on the way and her grandfather reveal to Batman that she is his daughter and is taken away with her mother.


  • She is one of the only characters original to the Injustice continuity. It is unknown if she will be implemented into DC’s mainstream continuity.
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