Bruce Wayne

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Bruce Wayne (TV Series)
... Bruce Wayne was a planned television series focusing on a young Bruce Wayne before he became Batman ...
Characters Of Smallville - Recurring Characters - Adam Knight
... there was internet speculation he was really Smallville's version of Bruce Wayne, based on the combination of the name of one of the actors to portray Bruce ... intention to reveal Adam Knight to be a young version of Bruce Wayne ...
Recurring Characters - Adam Knight
... first appeared, there was internet speculation he was really Smallville's version of Bruce Wayne, based on the combination of the name of one of the actors to portray Bruce Wayne/Batman, Adam West ... crew stated it was never their intention to reveal Adam Knight to be a young version of Bruce Wayne ...
List Of Amalgam Comics Characters - 1996 – Marvel Comics - Bruce Wayne Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
... See also Bruce Wayne Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D ... Colonel Bruce Wayne ... An amalgamation of DC's Bruce Wayne and Marvel's Nick Fury ...
Barbara Gordon In Other Media - Live Action Television - Batman
... In a promotional short, librarian Barbara Gordon encounters millionaire Bruce Wayne and his "youthful ward" Dick Grayson at the Gotham City Public Library ... As Gordon and Wayne become acquainted, Killer Moth and his henchmen (in full costume) discuss a plan of attack ... One henchman suggests taking Bruce Wayne hostage, but Killer Moth shows reluctance, due to Wayne's alleged friendship with Batman ...

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