19 Facts About Wayne Manor


Wayne Manor Estate is a fictional mansion appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.

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Wayne Manor is depicted in earlier comics as being on the outskirts of Gotham City in the state of New Jersey.

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Wayne Manor's grounds include a surrounding gate around the perimeter with a larger front gate at the main entrance.

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In Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne it is revealed that Wayne Manor was designed by Nathan Van Derm for Darius Wayne, forming a stylized "W", although the additional gardens that existed at the time the manor was built add on to this symbol to create the image of a bat.

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The new Wayne Manor is a veritable fortress, a pastiche of Gothic architecture combined with features of castellated architecture.

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Solar panels are installed in the new Wayne Manor, providing sustainable and environmentally-friendly electricity generation for the complex.

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Wayne Manor is eventually reclaimed by Bruce's lawyers, but it is temporarily left empty due to Bruce's death and amnesic resurrection as Alfred wanted to give Bruce a chance to have a life without Batman.

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Manor grounds include an extensive cave system that Bruce Wayne discovered as a boy and later used as his base of operations, the Batcave.

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Furthermore, Wayne Manor decided he wanted to be closer to his main field of operations in Gotham City than a home situated outside the main urban area would allow.

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In Kingdom Come, the Wayne Manor was mostly destroyed by Two-Face and Bane after Batman's true identity was exposed; the Batcave remained relatively untouched.

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In Justice League and its director's cut, following the defeat of Steppenwolf and his army of Parademons with the help of Superman being revived, Bruce and Alfred re-visit the manor, accompanied by Diana, with Bruce discussing plans with them on rebuilding the Wayne Manor to serve as the new team's headquarters, and suggesting that the Wayne Manor's main hall could hold a round table of six chairs.

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Wayne Manor is seen briefly when Bruce digs up Jason's grave site which is located in the backyard.

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Wayne Manor is seen in the background during Bruce's training and a visit by Lieutenant Gordon and his wife.

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Wayne Manor was destroyed during Batman's final showdown with Superman in Gotham City after Alfred activated a self-destruct sequence.

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Wayne Manor is seen in the alternate timeline as the home of Thomas Wayne.

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The balcony of the Wayne Manor is where Thomas and Barry Allen attempt on two occasions to restore Barry's connection to the Speed Force.

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Wayne Manor is featured in The Lego Batman Movie being located on an island called "Wayne Island".

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In Injustice: Gods Among Us, Wayne Manor is seen in a parallel universe where Superman rules the world.

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The interior of Wayne Manor is featured in the Batman: Arkham Origins DLC, Cold, Cold Heart.

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