Gladys Moore

Religion: indeterminate

Name: Gladys Moore

Classification: supporting character supporting character  

Publisher(s): DC

First Appearance: Detective Comics (vol. 1) #331 (Sep. 1964): "Museum of Mixed-Up Men!"

Creators: Gardner F. Fox, Carmine Infantino, Joe Giella

Number of Appearances: 1

Gender: female

Note: wife of Bruce Wayne's banker David

A man masquerading as Bruce Wayne pays a visit to David, vice-president of Gotham City Bank. The phony Bruce Wayne withdraws half a million dollars from Bruce Wayne's account. The phony seems to know as much about David as the real Bruce Wayne does. They appear to be old friends. In panel 2 on page 4, as they conclude the withdrawal process, the phony Bruce Wayne tells his "old friend" David, "Be sure to give my best to your lifely wife, Gladys."

Gladys herself is never actually seen in this story. Her husband, the banker named David, is seen in 4 panels.

The last name of David and his lovely wife Gladys is revealed later, in panel 3 on page 11. The real Bruce Wayne had amnesia for 12 hours. After he regains his memory and reunites with Robin, the Boy Wonder tells his mentor, "I know one place you were during those twelve hours -- the Gotham City Bank! I spoke to David Moore -- who said you cashed a check for half a million dollars!"

This character is in the following story which has been indexed by this website:
Detective Comics (vol. 1) #331 (Sep. 1964): "Museum of Mixed-Up Men!" (mentioned)

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