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In the sequel, Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Againthe Batcave computer has been programmed with an artificial intelligence named and apparently patterned after Alfred, to the point that it refers to Bruce as "Sir".
Earth One[ edit ] Alfred in Batman: Art by Gary Frank. In this incarnation, Alfred was a member of the Royal Marines. Alfred met Thomas Wayne during a tour of duty in the Middle East and the two became good friends. It is also implied that both he and Thomas are keeping a traumatic secret.
Discharged back to his home in London, Alfred received a gift from Thomas in the form of a very expensive prosthetic leg. Afraid for his friend after hearing of the death threats on his life, Alfred tried to talk Thomas out of going to the movies with his wife and son, but Thomas refused to allow threats to keep him from enjoying his weekly movie night with Martha and Bruce.
Later that night, Alfred was called to the police station. Thomas and Martha had been killed by a mugger outside the theatre and Bruce had been orphaned. Unsure of himself, Alfred still made it his mission to look out for Bruce as he grew up.
When Bruce took on his costumed persona of Batman and began his war on crime, Alfred reluctantly took on the role of confidante and advisor, often telling Bruce to simply carry a gun instead of a belt full of untested gadgets. He is also a skilled martial artist, and trains Bruce the combat skills he would eventually utilize as Batman.
He serves the Wayne family before dying inbut his spirit remains around to give Bruce advice. In Generations 2, he makes his final appearance inwhen he convinces the ghost of Dick Grayson not to kill the Joker.
He manages to convince Dick to pass over, but in the process his own soul crosses over, meaning he cannot come back. While studying available information on the meteor after Bruce determines its connection to events, Alfred discovers a record of the unusual energy reading it emits, but triggers a booby-trap that destroys Wayne Manor and kills him.
At the conclusion of the trilogy, with Gordon being hunted by Two-Face and Killer Croc in the remains of the Batcave, Alfred sacrifices his life to allow the currently-weakened Batman to drink his blood, giving his old master the strength to save Gordon and Gotham itself one last time before he allows himself to die to end the threat that he has become.
Injustice[ edit ] Injustice: Gods Among Us[ edit ] In the comic tie in to the video game, Alfred remained loyal to Bruce even when Bruce began the Insurgency and opposed Superman and had his secret identity exposed.
Alfred, unaware where Batman is and not willing to help nonetheless, ignores Superman. His death pushes Batman out of hiding to confront Zsasz and Damian killing Zsasz out of revenge.
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. Alfred eventually leaves Bruce and Wayne Manor as he has felt incomplete since his resurrection. Tiny Titans[ edit ] Alfred appears in Tiny Titansand often has to make Robin stand in the corner because he has misbehaved.
The New Order[ edit ] In this alternate reality, Nightwing ends an ongoing feud between superpowered beings by activating a device that depowers ninety percent of the super powered population. This builds to a future where super powers are outlawed and any super powered 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 stay in Wayne Manor. 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 lost their powers, attempted to strike one of the police members and was killed in response. Family[ edit ] Jarvis: A war heroine with whom Alfred while working as an intelligence agent in France has a daughter in pre-Crisis continuity.
Skills, resources, and abilities[ edit ] A highly intelligent and resourceful man, Alfred runs the day-to-day operations of Wayne Manor and maintains much of the equipment of the Batcave beneath it.
A former actor, he can use his acting and disguise skills to help Batman in the field when necessary, and is even capable of impersonating Bruce Wayne on the telephone convincingly, as well as giving Bruce various lessons that help him maintain his covers. He has also provided first aid up to and including suturing wounds and removing bullets, as well as occasional tactical support.
Nevertheless, Batman still requires professional medical treatment when Bane breaks his back Batman: On these occasions, Alfred admits that his own skills are inadequate for such medical procedures. While not as skilled at martial arts as Bruce Wayne, Alfred is still nearly as resourceful. In one story in which he is kidnapped, he readily escapes and overcomes his captors without disturbing the cut of his suit.
It was later mentioned that he had been kidnapped unsuccessfully 27 times it should be noted, however, that these events take place in the Gotham Adventures comics, based on the animated adventures of Batman, and not within the standard DCU continuity.Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, Alfred Molina, Randy Graff - Fiddler on the Roof ( Broadway Revival Cast) - srmvision.com Music.
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