Adopting Dick Grayson
After witnessing the murder of two circus performers at the hands of a local criminal underboss, Wayne adopted their orphaned son Dick Grayson and trained him to fight crime as the original Robin. Ultimately, Grayson would become weary of Bruce's constant misery and their relationship strained. This led to him going out on his own and continuing his work as Robin in Bludhaven.
Soon after, Bruce trained another troubled child, a street kid named Jason Todd, to become Grayson's successor. Unbeknownst to Bruce, Todd is actually a sadist who brutally beats anyone who confronts him when Bruce isn't around. Grayson berated him for this, chastising him for unnecessary violence and going against Bruce's code, but Todd responded by taunting Grayson for his perceived weakness.
Powers and Abilities
- Investigation: It can be assumed that Bruce trained Dick in the way to became a skilled detective.
- Martial Arts
- Computer Hacking
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the television series Titans and is an adaptation of Bruce Wayne/Batman. The original character was created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane and first appeared in Detective Comics #27.
- Bruce Wayne was mentioned heavily throughout the first season. The character's costumed persona first appeared as a shadowy silhouette in the season finale, portrayed by Alain Moussi and Maxim Savarias. In season two he is portrayed by Iain Glen.
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