By taking his bat-gland formula, Kirk Langstrom can transform himself into a bat-like creature. By taking an antidote or if the bat-gland formula wears off, he can return to human form.
As Man-Bat, his strength, agility and endurance are all enhanced to superhuman levels. Kirk possesses an extra set of digits that form leathery bat wings that allow him to fly, super-sensitive hearing, and a natural sonar. He emits high-pitched sound waves and can hear the echoes they make when they bounce off nearby objects, enabling Man-Bat to navigate perfectly in pitch black darkness.
If in Man-Bat form for a prolonged time, he loses control over his animalistic side and works purely on instinct, making him prone to harm friend and foe alike.
- Patient is in exceptional health, partly due to gene therapy he performed on himself which improved his muscle density and reflexes, in addition to curing his hearing loss.
- Patient does have extreme light sensitivity.
- Patient is afflicted with involuntary vesperthropy, or the ability to change into a human-bat hybrid due to stress.
- Patient, when transformed, has Level V Enhanced Hearing, Level IV Enhanced Strength, Winged Flight (Max. Speed Unknown), and an enhanced healing rate.
- Patient has no history of mental illness and is undergoing stress therapy as a means to help him control his metahuman transformations.
- Patient is afforded access to Arkham Asylum's medical wing as a trustee and is complying with the DEO's request to serve as a consultant on genetic counter-agents, including several upgrades to the inhibitor collars we use.
- Patient is nocturnal and requires a soundproof cell to sleep during the day
- Patient is afforded trustee status and given access to Trustee Housing despite his housing being located in the basement.
- Threat Assignment: Moderate
- Treatment Ranking: 1-Compliant
- Intake Interviewer: Dr. Roy Westerman
- Assigned Patient Coordinator: Dr. Simon Hurt
Trivia and Notes
- Man-Bat is currently working for the League of Assassins.
- When he's in Arkham he's kept in the Basement in a soundproof cell.
- Man-Bat's Patient number (#70400-M) is a nod his first comic book appearance: Detective Comics #400, in 1970.