Should we call him Bruce

A running theme in "The Brave and the Bold" is that we never see Batman's alter-ego. even in most flashback his face is shadowed. As such I was wondering why in this case we don't just call him "Batman (The Brave and the Bold)"? Ztyran 01:15, October 26, 2009 (UTC)

It's a naming convention. Real names of Bronze Tiger and Fire were never revealed either.
On a related note, the articles of tB&tB are quite a mess. Some have real names, some have aliases. Others have names that were never revealed, and, quite frankly, don't make sense (especially the Antimatter earth characters. Pussycat? Shade?) -- Tupka217Talk 09:42, October 26, 2009 (UTC)


Shouldn't Brave and the bold's reality is Earth-23? I see a reality designation for this series in Marvunapp. But I don't know Marvunapp publishes official things in this site like for Marvel. (I hope you're understand me. English isn't my native language. Sorry If I make a grammar mistake)- Primestar3 17:37, February 3, 2014‎

"Earth-23" is used in the Owlman episodes. However, naming it as such implies it is part of the 52 Multiverse, which it isn't. In the Brave and the Bold Multiverse, it's Earth-23. But that doesn't make it the same as mainstream Earth-23. --Tupka217 19:12, February 3, 2014 (UTC)
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