Wayne Manor

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Wayne Manor is a location that features in DC Comics.

Contents

History

Overview

Residents

  • Thomas Wayne :
  • Martha Wayne :
  • Bruce Wayne :
  • Alfred Pennysworth :

Notes

  • Wayne Manor was created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane where it made its first appearance in Detective Comics v1 #28 (June, 1939).

Alternate Versions

In other media

Television

  • In the DC Animated Universe, Wayne Manor made a number of appearances in the shared continuity setting.
    • In Batman: The Animated Series, Wayne Manor made its first appearance in the animated series where it was the public home of Bruce Wayne.
    • In Batman Beyond, Wayne Manor was shown in the future timeline where it was the home of the elderly Bruce Wayne.
    • In Justice League, Wayne Manor made a number of appearances in the animated series. In "Starcrossed", Batman told his Justice League comrades to rendezvous at his home at Wayne Manor after the Thanagarians occupied Earth. A Thanagarian strike team in pursuit of the superheroes followed them to Wayne Manor in order to gain access to the Batcave.
    • In Justice League, Wayne Manor made a return appearance in the DC Animated Universe in a number of episodes. In "Starcrossed", during the Thanagarian invasion the scattered Justice League went in civilian disguises and agreed to meet up at Wayne Manor. Once there, they gathered in the Batcave beneath the building with Hawkgirl tracking them and giving information about the hyperspace bypass that her people were building which would destroy Earth. A tracker had been placed on Hawkgirl allowing a Thanagarian strike force to follow her position to the Justice League where they forced their way into Wayne Manor after knocking aside Alfred Pennyworth and then proceeded to break into the Batcave to capture the superheroes.
  • In The Batman, Wayne Manor made a number of appearances in the animated series as the home of billionaire Bruce Wayne.
  • In Beware the Batman, Wayne Manor made an appearance as the public home of Bruce Wayne.
  • In Gotham, Wayne Manor featured in the live-action setting where it was home of the Wayne family.
  • In Titans, Wayne Mano appeared in the setting of the live-action television series.

Films

  • In The Dark Knight Trilogy, Wayne Manor made a number of appearances in the shared continuity setting.
    • In Batman Begins, Wayne Manor made an appearance in the live-action film where it was the home of the Wayne family. After Ducard revealed his identity as Ra's al Ghul, he had his assassins attack Bruce Wayne and burn Wayne Manor to the ground.
    • In The Dark Knight Rises, following his injuries Bruce Wayne shut himself inside his home manor and had not been seen in public for years. After his apparent death, Wayne Manor was turned into an orphanage in accordance with his will whilst the remaining estate was given to his butler Alfred Pennyworth.
  • In Batman: Year One, Wayne Manor was shown in the animated film adaptation where it was shown as the stately home of the Wayne family. Bruce Wayne left Gotham for over a decade with it being cared for by the family butler Alfred Pennyworth.
  • In the DC Extended Universe, Wayne Manor made a number of appearances in the shared continuity setting.
    • In Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wayne Manor was first shown where it was the stately home of the Wayne family. It had fallen into disrepair at some point with Bruce Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth moving to a lakeside mansion nearby known as the Glasshouse. There was a link made to the Batcave that allowed Bruce Wayne quick access for him to operate as Batman.
  • In Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Wayne Manor appeared in the setting of the 2019 animated film adaptation of the comic crossover. It was the home of Bruce Wayne who secretly operated as Batman from the Batcave underneath the mansion. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles after uncovering the Batcave came to be allies of the vigilante to fight Ra's al Ghul and the Shredder. During this time, they came to learn that Bruce Wayne was the Dark Knight as they briefly resided in the cave. The Turtles came to order pizza to Wayne Manor which was collected by Alfred Pennyworth.

Video games

  • In Injustice: Gods Among Us, Wayne Manor served as two playable stages in the video game with one being at night and the other during the day.
  • In Batman: The Telltale Series, Wayne Manor featured in the 2016 video game. It was the home of Bruce Wayne and was tended to by his butler Alfred Pennyworth. After allegations of corruption against the Wayne family, Mayor Hill authorised a warrant for the GCPD to raid the Manor for documents related to Wayne Enterprises.

Appearances

  • Detective Comics v1:
  • Batman v1:

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