Lincoln March
Lincoln March
Personal Info:
Real Name: Lincoln March
Also Known As: Thomas Wayne, Jr., Owlman
Place Of Birth: Gotham City
First Appearance: Batman Vol.2 #1 (2011) Modern Age Villain
Known Associates: The Court Of Owls
Group Affiliation: Formerly the Court of Owls
Base Of Operations: Gotham City
Grudges: Batman
Creators: Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo
Lincoln March is extremely intelligent, and has a vast fortune. He has fought Batman and is on par with his skill level.
Enhanced Abilities: Lincoln March wears a specially designed suit that enhances his strength, agility, durability and endurance.
Power Suit: Lincoln March’s suit is equipped with wrist blades, daggers and also has a grappling line. The suit is also equipped with explosives that are powerful enough to level a tower.
Flight: Lincoln March’s suit allows him to fly.
Regenerative Healing Factor: Since March took a small dose of Electrum that the Talons use, he cannot technically die. He also recovers from injuries much faster than the normal man.
In a story told by Lincoln to Bruce Wayne, Lincoln's parents died in a car accident in his youth. He doesn't remember the faces of his parents - only the pin his mother was wearing the day of the accident, which killed them both. Lincoln made this pin for his mother at school in ceramics. It was a little heart - one side was bigger than the other side was. After their death, Lincoln was a hopeless child. After school, he went to college and "Gotham City saved him".
It is later revealed that Lincoln's story to Bruce was somewhat of a lie. In reality, Lincoln was a member of the Court of Owls, and former resident of Willowwood Home for Children, as he was born "hurt" due to a car accident caused by the Court of Owls, and was placed there by his parents, who he claims to be Thomas and Martha Wayne, thus making him Bruce's younger brother. He got the alias "Lincoln March" based on the street corner of Lincoln and March, where Martha Wayne was involved in a car accident while pregnant with him.
Lincoln March at DC Database
Lincoln March at Batman Wiki
Lincoln March at Comic Vine