As Bruce Wayne comes in touch with Green Lantern’s power ring, he discovers his dark nature that was too much for the Dark Multiverse.
Bruce Wayne’s Transformation Into The Dawnbreaker
In a universe of endless possibilities, Batman could have chosen to become a villain instead of a hero. In one of the multiverse, Bruce Wayne discovered the Green Lantern power ring that unveiled Wayne’s dark side of his willpower. Wayne’s transformation into the Dawnbreaker was a dark turn in the Green Lantern mythology. This proved that Batman is significant enough to overpower any emotional spectrum.
In the main timeline of DC Universe, Joe Chill killed Bruce’s parents that made Batman pursued him. This was perhaps one of the most prominent parts of the history of the Multiverse. For Bruce Wayne, as a child, it was difficult to overcome the loss of his parents and to face a person who murdered them. But he did face both situations that echoed his tremendous willpower. That is why he was granted the right to wield the Green Lantern ring.
The New Villain In Town
As Bruce started getting on a killing spree, his hatred and grief motivated him to terminate other criminals around the town. However, he didn’t stop after killing one but also killed the policeman who tried to get along with him. That is where his intentions led him to the Guardians who recruited other Lanterns to take Bruce’s ring by force.
As a result, Bruce killed all the Guardians and Lanterns and showed up as Batman the Dawnbreaker; the agent of death and darkness. This evolution of Bruce Wayne as a villain revealed his darker side to the mythology of the Lanterns and the fact that it could become darker with time.
With that said Bruce Wayne took and captured the Green Lantern’s powers and used them as a weapon to kill people and criminals. Who once meant to protect people, he is now thriving to dominate others. Bruce Wayne as Batman has always been an unyielding and rigid character, but Dawnbreaker’s existence echoed a different side of his villainous nature.