Title: Batman Billionaire

Rating: PG

Coupling: BMWW

DISCLAIMER: Don't own Justice League Unlimited or Batman

Summary: The League must rescue a kidnapped Bruce Wayne, while at the same time not giving up his secret identity to the entire nation. Look for special appearances by Nightwing, Catwoman, and others! (Coupling: BMWW)

AN: Replies to the reviews are below:

Nikita6: Thank you! You're so nice! Haha..yeah, I wanted almost every person involved with Batman to know about her pig mishap because Wonder Woman has a temper and it's funny seeing her try to curb it.

ccabello: Thanks for the review.

Melissa: Thanks!! Watch Justice League cuz it's the best show! Hugs!

robert1413: Thank you! Let's hope they don't kill each other!

dianaandbruce: Thanks for the review! I'm glad you like the spat between WW/CW. I feel there's not enough on this site. It's especially cool when they're fighting over Batman hehehhe.

Batman, or rather, J'onn, floated up to the top window that Superman had indicated before.

The rest of the Justice League made their way through the front entrance after Superman broke open the doors, and started apprehending gunman after gunman. They moved on, floor by floor, apprehending each one and knocking them each unconscious. Everything was going well until...

"DICK!" Batgirl yelled at Nightwing. He was fighting a gunman, and didn't see the one sneaking up on him from behind. Batgirl tackled him aside, but the trigger had been pulled. Nightwing howled in pain as the bullet connected with the back of his ankle. Batgirl rushed to his side amidst all the fighting.

"I'm taking him to the Javelin," she yelled, to any of the League members who would listen. "Superman! Cover me!" And she picked Nightwing up and carried him out the door, while Superman stood in front of them repelling bullets of his chest.

At last the League reached the top floor, and had kicked every gunman's butt, including the ones that had run out of the room in which they assumed Bruce was in. However, there was a shriek from the other side of the door. It was no doubt the Manhunter's voice.

"Oh, no!" Wonder Woman said, biting her lip.

"Okay, you stay here, I'll check this out," Superman said, cautioning the other members. Wonder Woman scowled in being told to stay put, but she obeyed. Superman stepped over the unconscious gunmen and went into the room.

The team waited in silence for only a few moments before Superman returned.

"Nobody's in there. Clayface must have taken him somewhere else."

"What about J'onn?" Flash asked.

"Flash; Behind you!" Green Lantern yelled, as a gunman had quietly risen and pointed his gun at the scarlet speedster. Luckily, The Flash was quick, and he kicked the gun out of the man's hand, and it landed in his own. He knocked the gunmen unconscious with a quick blow to the head with his hard knuckes.

"Guns are uncool," Flash murmured, narrowing his eyes. Still, he couldn't help but curiously examine the firearm.

"Gimme that!" Superman said, yanking the gun out of Flash's hands.

"I was just looking at it," Flash said, without sarcasm.

"These things are dangerous. If people aren't careful, the Justice League will die," Superman said, nastily.

"What?" Wonder Woman said in utter confusion. Why would Superman say that? Flash repeated her thoughts by saying it aloud.

"Maybe if we tested it..." Superman pulled the trigger in the direction of the Green Lantern, who instantly made a shield with his ring to block the bullets. Flash dived behind the Lantern, who was slowly retreating to the other side of the long room. Wonder Woman also was withdrawing as she deflected the bullets with her bracelets as they came towards her.

"Supes, what're you doing?!" Flash screamed as he had dived.

"It's not Superman," Green Lantern said over the noise. He was correct. 'Superman' threw away the gun and formed into Clayface. He shrieked with maniacal laughter as his hands turned into two bazookas.

"Get behind me!" Green Lantern yelled, as Clayface fired across the room. Wonder Woman got there just in time, as the Lantern formed a green bubble around the three of them. The bazooka hit the floor and there was a big explosion. The members were thrown backwards against the wall due to the force of the impact. Thanks to the Lantern's protection, however, they were all okay. Flash got up and sped towards Clayface, pushing him flat on his back. While Clayface was detained, Wonder Woman ran through the door and reached the other side safely. Green Lantern and Flash could take care of Clayface. She needed to find Superman, J'onn, and Bruce.

She wasn't searching long. The first thing she saw was Bruce restrained to the chair. In front of him, lying face down, was a motionless Superman. Beside him, a glowing piece of Kryptonite. Against the wall, on the other side was Batman, or J'onn, who had not morphed back into his usual self and still appeared as the Caped Crusader. His eyes were closed. Wonder Woman rushed forward, grabbed the Kryptonite, and chucked it out the window. She leant over Superman and turned him over. His eyelids fluttered and opened.

"You okay?" She said.

"My head hurts, that's all," He said, weakly. "Help me up."

Wonder Woman lifted him to his feet. He leant on her for a moment, but was able to stand by himself. After she made sure Superman was okay, she hurried over to J'onn. He was unconscious.

"He needs medical attention immediately," Wonder Woman muttered, examining him. Superman had now fully recovered. He picked up J'onn and carried him.

Wonder Woman went over to the camera and snapped the cord that was connected to the outlet. Then she went over to Bruce and untied him.

"Thank you," Bruce said politely, while massaging his arms. "It hurts having your arms tied behind your back for hours. By the way, Clark, I tried to warn you that Clayface was behind the door, and was going to ambush you with Kryptonite."

"How did you try to warn me?" Superman asked. Bruce's had been tied to the chair, and there had been a gag in his mouth, so he couldn't have screamed out or waved his arms frantically.

"I blinked in Morse Code."


"What happened to J'onn?" Wonder Woman asked Bruce.

"One of Clayface's men used a phaser on him. I guess electric shocks affect Martians worse than humans," Bruce concluded. "Where's everyone else?"

"Nightwing got injured so Batgirl's treating his wound in the Javelin. He'll be okay," Wonder Woman added quickly, seeing the look on Bruce's face. "And Flash and Lantern are outside battling Clayface."

"Let's help them," Superman said, giving J'onn to Bruce, who sort of grimaced with his weight, but then set him down against the wall. Wonder Woman and Superman were about to go and join the fight when —

"I'm coming too," Bruce said, folding his arms.

"You are not. We don't have your suit. It's in the Javelin with Nightwing," Wonder Woman argued. "Clayface will get suspicious."

"Since when do you care about my secret identity?" Bruce asked quietly.

"Since when don't you care about your secret identity?" Wonder Woman snarled.

Just then, the door snapped off its hinges and Clayface came through back-first. The Green Lantern had made a huge rectangular spear which was working in pushing Clayface towards the window. Green Lantern pushed him out the window just as Clayface grabbed Bruce's leg. The glass broke and together, they fell down to Earth.

"BRUCE!" Wonder Woman screamed, leaning out the window. Clayface and Bruce were speeding towards the ground. They were falling thirty-two stories down to the concrete.

However, about twenty metres above the ground, a whip was heard, and from the window of the smaller factory next to Garthwear's, Catwoman was gripping her whip with all her might, as she had just managed to snag Bruce's ankle. But, with the force that she had used to snatch him and pull him towards her, Bruce crashed into the window glass of the factory upside down, and hit his head on the brick wall in the process.

"Dayumn!" Flash chorused, marveling at how much pain Bruce was probably in. Clayface wasn't saved from falling and he hit the concrete with a resounding smash. Surprisingly, he remained in one piece, but he was motionless. Wonder Woman flew out the window and into the factory which Bruce had crashed into. He lay there, unconscious, from the contact of his head with the brick. Catwoman sat next to him, gently shaking him and coaxing him to awaken. Wonder Woman rushed to his other side and felt his pulse.

"Ok, he's still alive. He just needs medical attention," Wonder Woman said, quietly. "Lucky grab you made there."

"Yeah, it was," Catwoman admitted.

"Are you guys still...you know...together?" Wonder Woman asked uncertainly.

"How can we be together when he's with you most of the time?" She said, smiling.

"I guess that's true," Wonder Woman said. "I'm...uh...sorry about what I said back there. I was worried...you know...about Bruce."

"I'm sorry, too. Wow, I don't even remember the last time I've said that to someone. I guess I was jealous that he and I aren't together anymore and that you are always with him and..."

Just then, Superman, Flash, and Green Lantern entered the room.

"It's time we split. We have three injured guys that need to be examined," Superman said.

"So, I'll see you around?" Wonder Woman asked her, as Superman picked up Bruce.

"Yeah, that is, if you can find me," Catwoman said, smirking. As she walked towards the exit, she passed Flash, who couldn't suppress, "It would help us if you gave me your phone number!"

Catwoman drove her heel into his foot and bounded as Flash groaned in pain. After the members finished laughing, they all left the factory together.

Batman walked out of the medical bay with a sore head. He had a splitting headache. He headed straight for Wonder Woman's room and knocked silently.

Wonder Woman was lying down on her bed looking tired. She smiled as he walked in. He sat down on the edge of her bed with his back to her.

"How's your head?"


"That's good."


"How's Nightwing?"

"He's good."

"That's good."


"J'onn's doing ok?"

"Yes...he's up and about."

"That's good."


There was a moment's very very VERY awkward silence.

"Thanks for rescuing me." Batman said it fast and without feeling.

"All I get is a thank you?" Wonder Woman said, rising, and sitting beside him.

"What else do you want?"

"I think you know."

"I don't."

"Then you're not as great a detective as I thought," Wonder Woman said, quietly.

"You can think whatever you want to," Batman said, standing up, but not looking at her. "I told you before why relationships within the team were dangerous."

"But we're superheroes; Life is supposed to be dangerous for us."

"We're superheroes, exactly; we have no time for love."

"Who said anything about love?"

"Listen, Diana," Batman said, finally facing her. "I expressed my gratitude to you as a teammate. As a team-mate," He repeated, sounding out the syllables.

"Oh right, so now I'm supposed to acknowledge a rushed statement as gratitude?" Wonder Woman said, impatiently.

"You know how hard it is for me to say thanks, Diana," Batman said, not faltering his voice in the least.

"You are so peculiar," she said, standing up to face him. "You can't trust someone, nor say sorry or thanks. Don't you think you should ease up on everyone?"

"Joe Chill didn't ease up on my parents," Batman said, gruffly, leaving. Diana threw her pillow at the door he had closed. She lay back, frustrated, on her bed. All of a sudden, she didn't know why, she had never been any good but she opened her mouth to sing.

Keane- 'Everybody's Changing'


You say you wander your own land
But when I think about it
I don't see how you can
You're aching, you're breaking
And I can see the pain in your eyes
Says everybody's changing
And I don't know why

So little time
Try to understand that I'm
Trying to make a move just to stay in the game
I try to stay awake and remember my name
But everybody's changing
And I don't feel the same

You're gone from here
And soon you will disappear
Cause everybody's changing
And I don't feel right

So little time
Try to understand that I'm
Trying to make a move to stay in the game
I try to stay awake and remember my name
But everybody's changing
And I don't feel the same

So little time
Try to understand that I'm
Trying to make a move to stay in the game
I try to stay awake and remember my name
But everybody's changing
And I don't feel the same


Little did Wonder Woman know that Batman had had his back on the door the whole time, and had heard every word she sang.

He really did love her. He did. But they could never be together.

The End

AN: Yes, that's the end. Oh well, so they never kiss or do anything worth reading (LOL). Don't kill me please! Ducking and running from mob with pitchforks