Trauer um Alfred. DC Comics. Titel: Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P.. Autor/Zeichner: James Tynion IV, Peter J. Tomasi/Eddy Barrows u.a. Alfred Thaddeus Crane Pennyworth ist eine fiktive Figur, die in amerikanischen Comics erscheint, die von DC Comics veröffentlicht werden, am häufigsten in Verbindung mit dem Superhelden Batman. Schau dir unsere Auswahl an alfred batman an, um die tollsten einzigartigen oder spezialgefertigten, handgemachten Stücke aus unseren Shops zu finden.
PennyworthNach dem Tod von Bruces Eltern wurde Alfred zu seinem Vormund und zog ihn auf. Er weiß über Bruce Waynes Identität als Batman Bescheid und unterstützt. „The Batman“ hat seinen nächsten Hollywood-Star verpflichtet und seinen neuen Alfred Pennyworth gefunden. Robert Pattinson bekommt es. Batman Allies: Alfred Pennyworth | Various | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.
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When Superman invades the Batcave and breaks Batman's back, Alfred ingests the 5-UR pill which gives a person superhuman strength and durability and subdues Superman, breaking his nose and beating him down.
Alfred takes Bruce to the Tower of Fate, where Zatanna and Doctor Fate are hiding and will heal Bruce. For over seven months, Alfred oversees Bruce's slow recovery.
When the Insurgency began their attack on Superman's Regime, Alfred provided a kryptonite-tipped bullet to the Black Canary for her to face Superman.
In the following years, Alfred remained the caretaker of Wayne Manor despite Bruce's absence, and still maintained a close relationship with Damian Wayne despite Damian's earlier betrayal of his father and decision to join Superman.
He is visited by Superman in Year Five, the Kryptonian wanting to know the ever-elusive Batman's location. Alfred, unaware where Batman is and not willing to help nonetheless, ignores Superman.
He is eventually killed by Victor Zsasz , whom Superman sent to get information on Batman's location. His death pushes Batman out of hiding to confront Zsasz and Damian killing Zsasz out of revenge.
In the game's sequel, Injustice 2 , Zsasz is killed in Year One by Damian, leaving Alfred's death in the continuity unexplained, but his takedown of Superman is referenced by Harley Quinn.
In the prequel comic to Injustice 2 Ra's enacts a plan to bring the world balance and has Damian kidnap Alfred's corpse and resurrects him through the Lazarus Pit to use as a hostage against Batman.
Due to Alfred being dead for a long time, he is brought back in a zombie-like state and requires constant medical attention from Damian.
Upon recovering, around the same time he witnessed Batman and Damian attempt to kill each other, a fully recovered Alfred stops them and lecture them that his death was neither Damian nor Bruce's faults, attempting to reconcile them.
Upon returning to Wayne manor for his recovery, it is revealed that the side-effect of Alfred's resurrection somehow caused him to have completely forgotten about the previous casualties he remembered during Superman's downfall and the five year regime, such as Damian's accidental murder of Dick Grayson, only for Batman to remind him about this.
Alfred eventually leaves Bruce and Wayne Manor as he has felt incomplete since his resurrection. Alfred makes a very brief appearance in the Tangent Comics one-shot issue Green Lantern in a story revolving around the Tangent versions of King Faraday and Roy Raymond.
In this version, Alfred Pennyworth is the head of a publishing empire that owned "the House Of Mystery". Alfred appears in Tiny Titans , and often has to make Robin stand in the corner because he has misbehaved.
In an alternate reality depicted in the Metals crossover, Alfred is killed by Bane, prompting Bruce to request Cyborg's help in completing 'the Alfred Protocol', an artificial intelligence version of Alfred, created to allow Batman to keep some aspect of his 'father' with him.
Once the Alfred Protocol is completed, its fixation on protecting his 'son' results in the A. During the "rematch" with the Batman Who Laughs - a Batman who was contaminated by the same chemicals that drove the Joker insane - the Batman Who Laughs claims that Alfred is the only member of his old family he left alive back in his world, the Batman Who Laughs claiming that he kept taunting his Alfred with hints that his original self was still 'alive' within him until the villain had corrupted Alfred to remain loyal despite acknowledging that Batman was now a monster, although Alfred denies that he would ever do such a thing.
In this alternate reality, Nightwing ends an ongoing feud between superpowered beings by activating a device that de-powers 90 percent of the super powered population.
This builds to a future where superpowers are outlawed and any superpowered being must take inhibitor medications or be contained and studied should the medications not work on them.
As Bruce was killed during the feud, Alfred was left with his estate and moved to Arizona while allowing Dick Grayson and his son to stay in Wayne Manor.
Though Alfred did not approve of Grayson's crusade against superhumans after the death of Bruce, Alfred would sometimes pay visits to the former hero.
When Grayson discovered that his son Jake was beginning to develop powers, his house was invaded by his own police force, the Crusaders, to take Jake away.
Alfred, refusing to stay idly by like he did when everyone else lost their powers, attempted to strike one of the police members and was killed in response.
Alfred Pennyworth is a supporting character in the Batman: Arkham franchise, in which he is voiced by Martin Jarvis in the main series and Hugh Fraser in the VR game.
Alfred Pennyworth appears in both Batman: The Telltale Series and its sequel Batman: The Enemy Within , voiced by Enn Reitel.
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Download as PDF Printable version. However, what audiences may not know is that he once disguised himself as the Joker. In issue , "Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader," close friends hold a wake for the recently departed Batman.
During the service, Alfred reveals there was a time when Batman didn't have any crime to fight and became depressed. To keep him busy, Alfred dressed as Joker, parading around town to egg on Batman, who eventually uncovered the ruse.
However, Batman's request is somewhat understandable, given Alfred's tactical military training and commanding presence.
Unbeknownst to many fans, Alfred was once a "Sherlock Holmes" stereotype with a Cockney accent, who bumbled his way through being a detective's assistant.
His character was initially intended to be comic relief, contrasting Batman's more stoic presence. Sharing a common goal of escape, he eventually teams up with Bane.
The pair soon encounter a vampire allowing Alfred to display his former military training expertise. He stabs the vampire in the neck without hesitation, killing it instantly.
His actions even earn Bane's respect , which in itself is an unbelievable feat. Given that Alfred is a butler to the most famous, enigmatic superhero in Gotham, it should come as little surprise that he enjoys writing fanfiction now and then.
In his fanfiction, Batman is married to Batwoman, and they have a son named Bruce Jr. Batman retires from his post, handing the cape over to Dick Grayson , who becomes the new Dark Knight with Bruce Jr.
Surprisingly, Alfred has taken Batman's place on several occasions. Batman informs Alfred that Psycho Pirate is on a rampage , set to destroy Gotham.
As Bruce Wayne is unable to get there in time, he has Alfred disguise as Batman in his place, pencil mustache and all.
Fortunately, Batman soon arrives, preventing Alfred from putting his combat skills to the test. In Detective Comics " ," Alfred takes on the supervillain's role, "The Outsider.
A scientist, Brandon Crawford, discovers that Alfred wasn't actually dead but rather in a coma, clinging to life. To revive the butler, Dr. Crawford unintentionally exposes Alfred to excessive radiation, transforming him into the evil Outsider.
Fortunately, Batman and Robin can save Alfred using the same radiation responsible for his initial transformation.
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