#1 Posted by SuperJedi17 (300 posts) - - Show Bio

I've seen him in Nightwing.But i'm unsure on if Lucius Is "part of the team" so to speak like Alfred Or if he's just a friend of the family.

#2 Posted by redhoodnet (153 posts) - - Show Bio

Good Question....

He is left out of Death of the Family so I guess he is not inner circle. But he still has a role to play.

#3 Posted by SUNMAN (7265 posts) - - Show Bio

Nolan has indelibly linked him to the Batfamily.

He doesn't stop by for Christmas or milk and cookies like the rest of the kids but he takes care of all the gadgets and oversees Wayne Enterprises when Bruce is out cracking skulls.

So he's part of it, he's just not directly linked to the crime fighting. If you recall he and his daughter were targeted by the League of Assassins in Red Robin, prior to Flash Point.

#4 Posted by SuperJedi17 (300 posts) - - Show Bio

@SUNMAN said:

Nolan has indelibly linked him to the Batfamily.

He doesn't stop by for Christmas or milk and cookies like the rest of the kids but he takes care of all the gadgets and oversees Wayne Enterprises when Bruce is out cracking skulls.

So he's part of it, he's just not directly linked to the crime fighting. If you recall he and his daughter were targeted by the League of Assassins in Red Robin, prior to Flash Point.

But Nothing conclusive on his current standing in the New 52?Strange that he hasn't been in any batman issues,but he shows up for a couple of nightwing issues.Seems strange.

#5 Posted by entropy_aegis (15437 posts) - - Show Bio

@SuperJedi17 said:

I've seen him in Nightwing.But i'm unsure on if Lucius Is "part of the team" so to speak like Alfred Or if he's just a friend of the family.

The last issue of Batman:The Dark Knight left me with the impression that he may well know Bruce's secret ID.

#6 Posted by SUNMAN (7265 posts) - - Show Bio

@SuperJedi17 said:

@SUNMAN said:

Nolan has indelibly linked him to the Batfamily.

He doesn't stop by for Christmas or milk and cookies like the rest of the kids but he takes care of all the gadgets and oversees Wayne Enterprises when Bruce is out cracking skulls.

So he's part of it, he's just not directly linked to the crime fighting. If you recall he and his daughter were targeted by the League of Assassins in Red Robin, prior to Flash Point.

But Nothing conclusive on his current standing in the New 52?Strange that he hasn't been in any batman issues,but he shows up for a couple of nightwing issues.Seems strange.

He's been in several Bat books already just not Batman. Snyder doesn't want to use him or doesn't need to. He's more of a background supporting character. Alfred's already the main support. I mean Fox isn't a character that's going to be widely used.

But as I said he is indelibly linked doesn't mean you should expect him to pop up all the time.

He's been in Nightwing, Batwing and Batman Inc off the top of my head and possibly two other titles.

He's not replacing Alfred, he won't be the main supporting. And Snyder's already loading the book up with the Batfamily kids. I mean Redhood, Nightwing, Batgirl, Robin, Red Robin. I'm kind of surprised he hasn't shoved Batwing in yet.

#7 Posted by SuperJedi17 (300 posts) - - Show Bio

@SUNMAN said:

@SuperJedi17 said:

@SUNMAN said:

Nolan has indelibly linked him to the Batfamily.

He doesn't stop by for Christmas or milk and cookies like the rest of the kids but he takes care of all the gadgets and oversees Wayne Enterprises when Bruce is out cracking skulls.

So he's part of it, he's just not directly linked to the crime fighting. If you recall he and his daughter were targeted by the League of Assassins in Red Robin, prior to Flash Point.

But Nothing conclusive on his current standing in the New 52?Strange that he hasn't been in any batman issues,but he shows up for a couple of nightwing issues.Seems strange.

He's been in several Bat books already just not Batman. Snyder doesn't want to use him or doesn't need to. He's more of a background supporting character. Alfred's already the main support. I mean Fox isn't a character that's going to be widely used.

But as I said he is indelibly linked doesn't mean you should expect him to pop up all the time.

He's been in Nightwing, Batwing and Batman Inc off the top of my head and possibly two other titles.

He's not replacing Alfred, he won't be the main supporting. And Snyder's already loading the book up with the Batfamily kids. I mean Redhood, Nightwing, Batgirl, Robin, Red Robin. I'm kind of surprised he hasn't shoved Batwing in yet.

My question was just if he had any clue that Dick,Bruce or any of the others were the costumed heroes of gotham(more or less).Not if he was a big help in it all.Also,only been readin Batman,Nightwing,since #1,b&r since #0,just to clear that up.

#8 Posted by SUNMAN (7265 posts) - - Show Bio

@SuperJedi17 said:

@SUNMAN said:

@SuperJedi17 said:

@SUNMAN said:

Nolan has indelibly linked him to the Batfamily.

He doesn't stop by for Christmas or milk and cookies like the rest of the kids but he takes care of all the gadgets and oversees Wayne Enterprises when Bruce is out cracking skulls.

So he's part of it, he's just not directly linked to the crime fighting. If you recall he and his daughter were targeted by the League of Assassins in Red Robin, prior to Flash Point.

But Nothing conclusive on his current standing in the New 52?Strange that he hasn't been in any batman issues,but he shows up for a couple of nightwing issues.Seems strange.

He's been in several Bat books already just not Batman. Snyder doesn't want to use him or doesn't need to. He's more of a background supporting character. Alfred's already the main support. I mean Fox isn't a character that's going to be widely used.

But as I said he is indelibly linked doesn't mean you should expect him to pop up all the time.

He's been in Nightwing, Batwing and Batman Inc off the top of my head and possibly two other titles.

He's not replacing Alfred, he won't be the main supporting. And Snyder's already loading the book up with the Batfamily kids. I mean Redhood, Nightwing, Batgirl, Robin, Red Robin. I'm kind of surprised he hasn't shoved Batwing in yet.

My question was just if he had any clue that Dick,Bruce or any of the others were the costumed heroes of gotham(more or less).Not if he was a big help in it all.Also,only been readin Batman,Nightwing,since #1,b&r since #0,just to clear that up.

Going from Morrison's full run it seems like he does. Other writers tend to leave it ambiguous though.

#9 Posted by tiger26 (125 posts) - - Show Bio

he showed up in batwing when one of the owls tried to kill him

#10 Posted by longbowhunter (7693 posts) - - Show Bio

Lucius was just mentioned in this week's issue of Talon.

#11 Posted by SuperJedi17 (300 posts) - - Show Bio

@SUNMAN:

Thanks,tthat's what i was asking.