Who Can Name All These Batman Villains Just Based On One Picture?

Batman is one of the most famous superheroes ever and that means that he has a long list of villains waiting to take him down. As he gained more popularity the comic book writers needed to keep coming up with different and unique kinds of super villains for Batman to face. Through the years there have been many famous supervillains that have stuck around and appeared in things like comics, TV shows, video games, and even movies. While Batman has his fair share of notable villains there are also a few villains that didn't get the same limelight like some of the more well-known villains.

These villains were typically one-offs in the comics or weren't popular enough to adapt into other forms of media. That means unless you are a huge fan of the Batman comics it may be hard to name some of the more obscure Batman villains in this quiz. There are 50 total villains and 50 total questions and each villain has a description of where they came from and what their powers are. They are all unique and some even appear to be similar in their superpowers making them hard to distinguish. Good luck!

Question 1

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This Batman villain is one of the most powerful he has ever fought. He is known to use a formula that helps him increase his strength in order to defeat Batman. Wikipedia states "The character is an adversary of the superhero Batman and belongs to the collective of enemies that make up his rogues gallery. With a mix of brute strength and exceptional intelligence, he is often credited as being the only villain to have "knocked out the bat". IGN's list of the Top 100 Comic Book Villains of All Time ranked him as #34. The character has been substantially adapted from the comics into multiple forms of media, portrayed by Robert Swenson in Batman & Robin, Tom Hardy in The Dark Knight Rises, and Shane West in Gotham.

Question 2

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This villain is a prominent character known as Harvey Dent turned into a bad guy after an accident resulting in half of his body to be melted. Wikipedia states "Once an upstanding Gotham City District Attorney, Harvey Dent is scarred on the left side of his face after mob boss Sal Maroni throws acidic chemicals at him during a court trial. He subsequently goes mental and adopts a persona, becoming a criminal obsessed with duality and the conflict between good and bad. In later years, writers have portrayed his obsession with chance and fate as the result of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and dissociative identity disorder."

Question 3

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This villain is sometimes considered an anti-hero due to her helping Batman every once in a while. However, due to her tactics and morals, Batman still considers her an enemy. "She is a Gotham City burglar who typically wears a tight, one-piece outfit and uses a bullwhip for a tool. She was originally characterized as a supervillain and adversary of Batman, but she has been featured in a series since the 1990s which portrays her as an anti-heroine, often doing the wrong things for the right reasons. The character thrived since her earliest appearances, but she took an extended hiatus from September 1954 to November 1966 due to the developing Comics Code Authority in 1954." (Wikipedia)

Question 4

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This villain is known to be able to talk to plants and control them. She controls most of the plants around Gotham City. Wikipedia states "She has been portrayed as a love interest of Batman and is known for her infatuation with him. She is a Gotham City botanist who is obsessed with plants, ecological extinction, and environmentalism. She typically wears a green one-piece outfit adorned with leaves and often has plant vines extending over her limbs. She uses plant toxins and mind-controlling pheromones for her criminal activities, which are usually aimed at protecting endangered species and the natural environment."

Question 5

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This villain is known to be associated with Batman's most popular foe, the Joker. She is often considered the Joker's love interest and they are often seen committing crimes together. "She is a frequent accomplice and lover of the Joker, whom she met while working as an intern Psychiatrist at Gotham City's Arkham Asylum, where the Joker was a patient. The character has teamed up with fellow villains the Catwoman and Poison Ivy several times, the trio being known as the Gotham City Sirens. Poison Ivy is known to be a close friend and recurring ally of her, even being depicted as her girlfriend in recent comics. Since The New 52, she is now depicted as an anti-hero and has left her past as a supervillain behind. However, she is still depicted as a supervillain at times.

Question 6

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This villain has been known to have one of the most powerful tools in Gotham known as the Lazarith Pit which is said to cure any disease and grant the user with immortality. "Most notable as the leader of the League of Assassins, he is the son of Sensei. Stories featuring Ra's al Ghul often involve the Lazarus Pits, which restore life to the passing. The Lazarus Pits have considerably prolonged his life, making him particularly dangerous as he has honed his combat skills for centuries. He has been featured in various media adaptations. The character was voiced/portrayed by David Warner in Batman: The Animated Series, Liam Neeson in The Dark Knight Trilogy, Jason Isaacs in Batman: Under the Red Hood, Dee Bradley Baker in the Batman: Arkham video game series, Oded Fehr in Young Justice, Matt Nable in the Arrowverse television series, and Alexander Siddig in Gotham." (Wikipedia)

Question 7

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This villain is known to be one of the most accurate shots in all of Gotham City. With this ability, he has become a liability and an enemy of Batman. Wikipedia describes this character as "a fictional character appearing in U.S. comic books published by DC Comics. Created by David Vern Reed, Lew Schwartz, and Bob Kane, the character made his first appearance in Batman #59 (June–July 1950). He is an excellent sniper who regularly boasts of never missing a shot, and is often considered as one of the strongest assassins in the DC Universe. He is an adversary of the superhero Batman and belongs to the collective of enemies that make up his rogues gallery. Though normally portrayed as a supervillain, he is sometimes depicted as an antihero."

Question 8

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This villain is by far Batman's most popular enemy. He is known to be mentally ill and often seen having an obsession with Batman. "In his comic book appearances, he is portrayed as a criminal mastermind. Introduced as a psychopath with a warped, sadistic sense of humor, the character became a goofy prankster in the late 1950s in response to regulation by the Comics Code Authority, before returning to his darker roots during the early 1970s. As Batman's nemesis, he has been part of the superhero's defining stories, including the passing of Jason Todd—the second Robin and Batman's ward—and the paralysis of one of Batman's allies, Barbara Gordon. He has had various possible origin stories during his decades of appearances. The most common story involves him falling into a tank of chemical waste which bleaches his skin white and turns his hair green and lips bright red." (Wikipedia)

Question 9

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This Batman villain is known to be a scientist and use a high tech suit of armor and an ice ray tool to defeat his foes. "In the most common variation of his origin story, he is a former cryogenics expert in Gotham City who was involved in a laboratory accident while attempting to cure his terminally ill wife Nora Fries. The accident lowered his body temperature to the point that he must wear a cryogenic suit in order to survive, and he utilizes a "freeze tool" that freezes its targets solid. IGN's list of the Top 100 Comic Book Villains of All Time List ranked the villain as #67" (Wikipedia)

Question 10

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This foe is known to be another one of Batman's most popular villains due to his stature and his criminal activity. "The villain is a Gotham City mobster who fancies himself a "gentleman of crime", often wearing a monocle, top hat, and tuxedo. The character is a short, obese man with a long nose, and he uses high-tech umbrellas as tools. The villain runs a nightclub called the Iceberg Lounge which provides a cover for his criminal activity, and Batman sometimes uses the nightclub as a source of criminal underworld information. Unlike most of Batman's rogue's gallery, the villain is sane and in control of his actions, giving him a unique relationship with Batman."

Question 11

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This villain is known to be half man half crocodile. He has had many different forms in the DC Universe but most he is more humanoid than reptilian. The character has a rare genetic condition giving him a crocodilian appearance. His real name is Waylon Jones, a sideshow wrestler who developed into a dangerous and animalistic criminal in Gotham City. He appears in the fifth volume of a comic series, in which he is a recurring member of the team and a romantic interest of Enchantress. The character has been adapted into various media featuring Batman, including animated TV series, film, video games, and novels. Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje portrayed the character on the big screen.

Question 12

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This villain is known to be one of Batman's more popular foes as he has revealed a lot of what Batman is experiencing inside his mind. Wikipedia describes him as "a fictional supervillain appearing in comic books published by DC Comics, created by Bill Finger, Bob Kane, and Jerry Robinson. The character first appeared in World's Finest Comics #3 (September 1941). This particular character is commonly depicted as an obsessive ex-professor of psychology in Gotham City who uses a variety of experimental drugs and toxins to exploit the thoughts and phobias of his victims. He is one of the most enduring enemies of superhero Batman and belongs to the collective of adversaries that make up the Dark Knight's rogues gallery."

Question 13

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This Batman villain is known to bring out the more detective side of Batman. He is known to throw his crimes into different puzzles for Batman to figure out ultimately leading Batman to him. "He is a fictional supervillain appearing in comic books published by DC Comics, created by Bill Finger and Dick Sprang. He first appeared in Detective Comics #140 (October 1948). The character is commonly depicted as a criminal mastermind in Gotham City who takes delight in incorporating riddles and puzzles into his schemes, leaving them as clues for the authorities to solve. He is one of the most enduring enemies of superhero Batman and belongs to the collective of adversaries that make up his rogues gallery." (Wikipedia)

Question 14

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This mercenary is known to be one of Batman's toughest foes due to the fact that he is trained in different fighting styles. He also uses an array of tools that Batman refuses to use due to them being lethal. "He has been ranked as the 24th Greatest Villain of All Time by Wizard magazine, and as the 32nd Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time by IGN. The character has been substantially adapted from the comics into multiple forms of media, including several Batman-related projects and the Teen Titans animated series. He has been portrayed in live-action by Manu Bennett on The CW's television series Arrow, and by Joe Manganiello in the DC Extended Universe, beginning with a cameo in the 2017 film Justice League." (Wikipedia)

Question 15

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This Batman villain is known to have an interesting background serving as someone from Batman's past. Wikipedia states "Jason Todd, the former Robin ended by the Joker... But the pit changes him and his emotions and he becomes a new villain. His debut culminates in a fateful confrontation with those he feels have wronged him. He beats the Joker with a crowbar (mirroring the way the Joker had tortured him before ending him with a tool) and later captures him. The villain assumes control over various gangs in Gotham City and starts a one-man war against Black Mask's criminal empire. He actively tries to cleanse the city of corruption, such as the illegal drug trade and gang violence but in an anti-heroic way. He eventually comes to blows against Batman and other heroes, including Nightwing, the new Robin (Tim Drake), Onyx, and Green Arrow."

Question 16

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This character is known for causing complete mayhem around Gotham with a purpose. While his desires aren't always negative the way he carries them out causes harm and puts him in the sights of Batman. "He is introduced as Lonnie Machin, a child prodigy with knowledge of radical philosophy and driven to overthrow governments to improve social conditions. Stories revolving around the villain often focus on philosophical themes. The character, who is named after the philosophy of anarchism, primarily espouses anti-statism; however, multiple social issues have been addressed through the character, including environmentalism, antimilitarism, economic inequality, and corruption. Inspired by multiple sources, early stories featuring the character often included homages to philosophical texts, and referenced anarchist philosophers and theorists." (Wikipedia)

Question 17

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This character is known as a mad scientist who has an intent on stopping Batman. Wikipedia states "He is a fictional supervillain appearing in comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as an adversary of the superhero Batman. The character is one of Batman's first recurring villains and is also one of the first Batman villains to discover the hero's secret identity. BD Wong portrays the character in the television series Gotham." The character also appears as one of the main villains in the Batman: Arkham City video game. In the game, he has learned of Batman's true identity and threatens to spread it around Gotham throughout the game.

Question 18

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This Batman villain is known to be obsessed with dates and his name reflects this fact. Wikipedia describes this villain as "a fictional supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by DC Comics, as an enemy of the superhero Batman. This villain is known for committing crimes that correspond with holidays and significant dates. He often wears costumes and outfits to correlate with the date of the designated crime. In his first debut, many readers found the character as a joke villain, but in later years, writers developed Calendar Man as a more dark, serial thug that toys with Batman."

Question 19

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This Batman villain is known to be completely made out of mud and can shapeshift due to this consistency. "The original version of this villain, Basil Karlo, first appeared in Detective Comics #40 (June 1940). He is a B-list actor who is driven mental when he hears that a remake of the classic film he had starred in, Dread Castle, would be shot without him acting in the film, even though he is to be one of the advising staff. Donning the costume of the villain, a villain he once played in a different movie, he begins ending the actors playing characters he ended in the order and way they pass in the film, along with someone who knew his identity. Last, he plans to end the actor playing the villain. He is foiled by Batman and Robin." (Wikipedia)

Question 20

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This character is known to be an inspiration from another character from Alice in Wonderland. In fact, there are a ton of references to Alice in Wonderland when this character is involved. Wikipedia states "The villain is depicted as a scientist who invents and uses technological mind-controlling devices to influence and manipulate the minds of his victims. He is one of Batman's most enduring enemies and belongs to the collective of adversaries that make up Batman's rogues gallery. Jervis Tetch is fascinated with hats of all shapes and sizes, as well as the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass, particularly favoring the chapter 'A Mad Tea Party'. According to Dr. Blakloch of Arkham Asylum"

Question 21

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This character isn't commonly known and is said to be the opposite of Batman. Wikipedia states "He is a fictional character in comic books published by DC Comics who was initially one of the more colorful and camp supervillains to join Batman’s growing roster of enemies in the mid-1960s. For decades, the character rarely appeared in comic books, as Batman stories returned to darker themes. A modern revival of the character in the pages of Green Arrow many years later depicted him being down on his luck, clinging to past glories, and pathetic. In 2006 however, the character was envisioned by writer Gail Simone, depicting Blake as having picked himself up, restoring his physical fitness and gaining a new sense of purpose and dignity while living with lions in Africa. Stories since then have depicted him as an attractive and capable antihero, and the highly capable leader of the mercenary team Secret Six."

Question 22

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This villain is known to be literally the opposite of Batman and takes on the appearance of a humanoid bat creature. According to Wikipedia, "Dr. Kirk Langstrom, a zoologist who specialized in the study of chiropterology, developed an extract intended to give humans a bat's sonar sense and tested the formula on himself. The extract worked, but it had a bad side effect: it transformed him into a strange man-bat hybrid. This side effect made him so distraught that it temporarily affected his sanity, and he went on a mad rampage until Batman found a way to reverse the effects."

Question 23

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This villain is known to have a mechanical suit that helps him fly around Gotham city can cause mayhem. He can also be seen wielding a giant flame thrower. According to Wikipedia he "is a fictional supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by DC Comics. Created by France Herron and Dick Sprang, he made his debut in Detective Comics #184 (June 1952). Initially portrayed as a criminal who utilized lighting effects to commit robberies, he was later re-imagined as a sociopathic pyromaniac with an obsessive compulsion to start fires following Crisis on Infinite Earths' reboot of the DC Universe in the 1980s. This darker depiction of the character has since endured as one of the superhero Batman's most recurring enemies and belongs to the collective of adversaries that make up his central rogues gallery."

Question 24

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This character is known to have been one of Batman's love interest and in many iterations of the character, she and Batman had a child together. "The character was created by writer Dennis O'Neil and artist Bob Brown, and first appeared in Detective Comics #411 (May 1971). She is the daughter of the supervillain Ra's al Ghul, the grand-daughter of Sensei, the half-sister of Nyssa Raatko, the on-and-off romantic interest of the superhero Batman, and the mother of Damian Wayne (the fifth Robin). She has alternately been depicted as an anti-hero. She has appeared in over 500 individual comics issues and has been featured in various media adaptions. The character was voiced by Helen Slater and Olivia Hussey in the DC Animated Universe, which became her first appearances in media other than comic books. The character was subsequently portrayed by Marion Cotillard in the 2012 film The Dark Knight Rises, and Lexa Doig in the television series Arrow."

Question 25

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This villain is known to be one of the Gotham's crime lords and runs the mob that operates in Gotham. Wikipedia states "He appeared in the mini-series Batman: The Long Halloween by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. The character is based on Marlon Brando's portrayal of Don Vito Corleone from the 1972 film The Godfather. Loeb stated in an interview that he paralleled the family to that of the Corleone family: His power and wisdom akin to Vito Corleone, his son Alberto's personality and appearance that of Fredo Corleone, and his daughter Sofia's temper matching that of Sonny Corleone. Lastly, his elder son Mario's deportation to Sicily, physical appearance and desire to legitimize the family are all traits shared with Michael Corleone."

Question 26

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This character is known to be more of a Flash villain but he has had his fair share of run-ins with Batman. In fact, he is one of the causes of the whole world being at risk in one DC timeline. "He is a fictional supervillain appearing in comic books published by DC Comics. Created by John Broome and Carmine Infantino, he made his debut in The Flash #139 (September 1963). The most well-known character to assume the villain mantle, Thawne is the archenemy of Barry Allen (the second superhero to be called the Flash), a descendant of Malcolm Thawne, and a maternal forefather of Bart Allen, Thaddeus Thawne, and Owen Mercer. He has been established as one of the fastest speedsters in the DC Universe. IGN ranked Eobard Thawne as the 31st Greatest Comic Book Villain Of All Time in 2009 and #2 on their Top 5 Flash Villains list in 2015. Tom Cavanagh and Matt Letscher have portrayed the character on various television series set within the CW's live-action Arrowverse." (Wikipedia)

Question 27

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This character is a combination of two different characters and both work together to try and take down the Batman. According to Wikipedia "He is a meek, quiet man named Arnold Wesker (the first version of this villain) plans and executes his crimes through a dummy named Scarface, with the dress and persona of a 1920s gangster (complete with a pinstripe suit and cigar). His name comes from the nickname of Al Capone, after whom Scarface is modeled. Born into a powerful Mafia family, Wesker develops dissociative identity disorder after seeing his mother assassinated by thugs from a rival family. Growing up, his only outlet is ventriloquism."

Question 28

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This character is known to be a crime boss that runs several crime circles in Gotham City. He is known to feature a black mask that covers his face. According to Wikipedia he "is a fictional supervillain appearing in U.S. comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Doug Moench and Tom Mandrake, he made his first appearance in Batman #386 (August 1985). The character is commonly depicted as a brutal and ruthless crime lord in Gotham City who has a fixation with masks and derives sadistic pleasure from the act of torture. He is one of the most enduring enemies of the superhero Batman and belongs to the collective of adversaries that make up his rogues gallery."

Question 29

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This character is known to be more of an anti-hero rather than a villain and has worked with Batman on several occasions. According to Wikipedia "Jean-Paul Valley, a university graduate student of computer science in Gotham City is unaware that he is the latest in a line of assassin-enforcers for "The Sacred Order of Saint Dumas", a sinister religious secret society. For most of his life, he has been brainwashed with The System, a deep level of psychological conditioning. Valley only learned of his new status upon the passing of his father, who was also his predecessor, at which time his conditioning was activated and he was called upon to take up the mantle of this villain.

Question 30

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This Batman villain is known to have a relationship with Bruce Wayne. This is what fuels his obsession with him. "Dr. Thomas "Tommy" Elliot was a childhood friend of Bruce Wayne and was also born into a wealthy family. The two boys often played a Stratego-esque mini-figure game together, and Tommy taught Bruce to think like his opponents and to use their abilities against them in order to win, which proved useful years later when the latter became Batman. Tommy despised both his father and his frail, submissive mother, who came from poverty and willingly endured everything dealt with her and her son to keep her lavish lifestyle. For all their hardships, however, Tommy's parents made sure he was well-educated, in particular teaching him about the philosophy of Aristotle, which he often quotes." (Wikipedia)

Question 31

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This Batman villain is known to be a zombie and has risen from the ground to wreak havoc on Gotham. "He is a fictional character, usually depicted as a supervillain in DC Comics and an antihero in the DC animated series. He was originally depicted as a victim brought back to life as a corporeal revenant or zombie, though subsequent versions of the character have occasionally depicted a different origin. He is named after a 19th-century nursery rhyme. He was introduced as an enemy of comic book hero Alan Scott (the original Green Lantern) but has since become a prominent enemy for a number of superheroes such as Superman and Batman. He also has ties to Swamp Thing.

Question 32

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This Batman villain is known to be criminally mental and has been in and out of Arkham Asylum several times. "He is a fictional supervillain appearing in comic books published by DC Comics. The character first appeared in Batman: Shadow of the Bat #1 (June 1992). He is a sadistic thug who carves a tally mark onto himself for each of his victims. A recurring adversary of the superhero Batman, he belongs to the collective of enemies that make up Batman's rogues gallery. The character has been featured in various forms of media. Most notably, Danny Jacobs has voiced him in the Batman: Arkham video game franchise and actor Anthony Carrigan currently portrays the villain on the live-action television series Gotham. Tim Booth portrayed him in the 2005 film Batman Begins. Chris Messina will portray him in the film Birds of Prey in 2020.

Question 33

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This villain is known to use high tech gear to fly around Gotham City and commit different crimes. "While being locked up, he reads a newspaper article about Batman and decides to set himself up as the "anti-Batman", hiring himself out to Gotham City's criminals to help them elude capture by police. Upon his release, he uses the hidden proceeds of his crimes to build a "Mothcave", modeled on the photos of the Batcave in the newspaper article he read. He also establishes a false identity as millionaire philanthropist Cameron van Cleer. In this guise, he becomes friends with Bruce Wayne. Meanwhile, he promotes himself to Gotham's criminals using his identity as this villain, giving them each an infra-red Moth-Signal." (Wikipedia)

Question 34

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This villain is known for using his wits to help him out of certain situations especially when dealing with Batman. According to Wikipedia "As is commonplace in comics, the character was based on a topical event or trend; in this case, Noah Kuttler took his powers and costume design from the recently popular pocket calculator. His costume had a large numerical keypad on the front and an LED display on the headpiece. When he typed upon the keypad, he could make "hard light" constructs appear from the headpiece, fashioning tools and other things in the style of Green Lantern's power ring."

Question 35

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This villain first appeared as a villain to Catwoman making him Batman's enemy as well. "Kai was the best student in the Armless Master's dojo in Gotham City. Kai was also a thief, which brought him into conflict with a young Selina Kyle, who "tainted" a religious ceremony he was performing by touching a religious artifact depicting Bast that he had intended to steal himself. After Kai severely beat her for her interference, Kyle followed Kai back to the secret dojo, where the Armless Master welcomed her as a student. She began studying and quickly showed Kai up in front of his master. Kai soon learned that Selina had taken on the identity of Catwoman, and, in religious zeal, took it as a sign. Adopting the identity of this villain he attempted to force Selina to end him, believing this would finish the ceremony she had interrupted when they first met, and that he would be reborn as a "true hound of hell." (Wikipedia)

Question 36

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This mad scientist went crazy with experiments on human beings and has had several run-ins with Batman. According to Wikipedia, this character was "Created by Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert, this villain was introduced in Batman #666 (July 2007). Morrison describes the character as "one of the weirdest, most strange characters that have ever been in Batman. We hear a lot about Batman facing crazy villains but we tried to make this guy seem genuinely strange and disconnected". Grant Morrison's main inspirations for the character came from the song "Pygmalism", written by Momus for Kahimi Karie. Both the song and character are references to the play Pygmalion, reflected in the character's desire to transform people into an idealized state.

Question 37

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This Batman villain has many different iterations but the most famous is one of him getting revenge for his passed parents. "The most well-known version is the unnamed son of two hippie criminals who committed theft. He traveled across the United States with them until they were cornered by local law enforcement and were put down after opening fire on the surrounding police. This causes his hair to turn white from the traumatic experience, and he vows to "end the forces of justice" in order to get revenge for his slain parents. Using his parents' hidden caches of money, the son travels the world and develops his skills, being an underground pit-fighter in Brazil, a mercenary in Africa, and joining groups in the Middle East. After avenging his parents' passing by ending the police officer who shot them, he locates the Himalayan city of Shambhala, inhabited by a sect of monks that worshiped the concept of being a villain. He discovers the monastery has been built on an alien spaceship, and the leader of the sect was one of the creatures from the vessel. He ends the alien and obtains the "Ghost Key", which opens a portal to the "Ghost Zone", a hyperspace void that allows interstellar travel." (Wikipedia)

Question 38

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This big brute of a villain has sometimes run into Batman and has fought him on a few occasions. According to Wikipedia he "is the alias of DC Comics character Aaron Helzinger, who is a sometime opponent of Batman. He has reduced mental capacity, near superhuman strength and endurance, and is prone to outbursts of violence due to medical experimentation on his brain, chiefly the removal of his amygdala. The villain first appeared in Shadow of the Bat #3 in 1992 during the story arc Batman: The Last Arkham. In the issue, he was forced to attack Batman by the maddened Jeremiah Arkham. Batman subdued him, but was then forced to face more inmates."

Question 39

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This Batman villain has ties to Batman's true identity Bruce Wayne. "This villain is one of the world's premier assassins, whose victims have included some of the most famous and powerful people on the planet. He trained the young Bruce Wayne with some of the skills that he would use as Batman, although Bruce has never used some of the more lethal techniques he taught him and has since surpassed his teacher in ability. He desired a perfect partner with whom to carry out his assassination plans. Attempts to train young children resulted in accidents, so he decided to conceive one himself. He found the perfect mother in a martial artist named Sandra Wu-San. He watched her duel her sister at a tournament and concluded that it was her sister Carolyn that was holding Sandra back from her full potential. He ended Carolyn and ambushed Sandra with the help of Ra's al Ghul and his League of Assassins. In exchange for sparing her life, Sandra agreed to bear David's child and leave the child in his care for him to train." (Wikipedia)

Question 40

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This Batman villain is known for his use of time and clocks to his advantage. Although he doesn't have any superpowers he is a criminal mastermind and usually uses gadgets that have to do with clocks or time. While he isn't usually seen battling against Batman he has had a few run-ins with him. "The first Clock King was originally an enemy of Green Arrow. He has no super-powers or abilities. He wears a clock mask, a cape, and a blue suit with clock drawings on it. Clock King is a master planner and sometimes uses clock-themed gadgetry. The Clock King became more recently better known by his appearances in Justice League International" (Wikipedia)

Question 41

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This villain is another one of Batman's earlier foes and shares a striking resemblance to Marve's Spider-Man. "The original Black Spider first appeared in Detective Comics #463 (September 1976) and was created by Gerry Conway. Eric Needham is a small-time crook who is addicted to heroin. Eric was first sentenced after a mugging and nearly ending an elderly woman but, as a minor, he was out in three years. Over the next two years, Eric married his friend Linda Morrel and they had a son, Michael. Desperate for money to buy more drugs, he robs a liquor store. He ends the owner, who turns out to be his father. After being arrested, he kicks the habit out of remorse and begins a war on the drug trade. Donning a costume, he becomes a self-styled vigilante and begins ending those suspected of dealing drugs. This brings him into conflict with Batman. Needham believes that the two should be allies, as he sees a common purpose in their war against criminals. His methods, however, continually put him at odds with the Dark Knight." (Wikipedia)

Question 42

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This villain is known to be the nephew of the man who created Arkham Asylum and was even admitted into it as a villain of Batman in his later years. "In Batman: The Last Arkham, he is portrayed as the somewhat sadistic administrator of Arkham Asylum who has delusions that the criminals he houses could one day be housed in society. The Asylum had come into Jeremiah's possession after his uncle Amadeus Arkham passed after going mad. Jeremiah proceeded to take down the asylum before rebuilding it with state-of-the-art systems to keep Arkham's criminals, such as The Joker, The Scarecrow and Cornelius Stirk, contained. His background was touched upon briefly. Although not much is known about his prior history, the issue states that when he was a teenager he walked into a corner store being held up by an escaped inmate of the nearby Arkham Asylum, which was coincidentally run by his uncle. The man had already ended the storeowners, but when he went to shoot him, he seemed to know all about the thief's past and talked the thief out of shooting him." (Wikipedia)

Question 43

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This is the most comical villain on the list and is the only one who doesn't have a dark past. He is purely used to add comedy to the children adaptations of Batman. "He first appeared in the Batman: The Animated Series episode "Make 'Em Laugh", voiced by Stuart Pankin. The character was a throwback to the Adam West Batman TV series in that he was whimsical and made many condiment-based puns. He first appeared where he attacked a rooftop restaurant to rob it, only to end up fighting Batman. Chased by Batman to the balcony of the restaurant he robbed, he slipped on some ketchup and fell off the balcony, where he was rendered unconscious upon landing on the police car that Harvey Bullock and Renee Montoya were in. They removed his mask, revealing him to be a stand-up comedian named Buddy Standler. " (Wikipedia)

Question 44

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This character was originally not a villain at all but in time turned out to be a very sinister villain to Batman. According to Wikipedia "He is a brilliant psychologist whose true identity and nature is an enigma; over the course of Morrison's run he has been strongly implied at times to be the Devil, the demon Barbatos, a supernaturally-empowered ancestor of Bruce Wayne, Bruce Wayne's long-lost twin, Bruce Wayne's father, an instrument of Darkseid, and perhaps even Darkseid himself. Hurt is dedicated to completely ending Batman in body, mind, and soul, and replacing him with a corrupted counterpart. He led both the Black Glove and the Club of Villains against Batman in "Batman R.I.P." Hurt was the main antagonist of Morrison's run on Batman titles from 2007 to 2011, appearing in Batman, The Return of Bruce Wayne, and Batman and Robin, as well as behind-the-scenes in Final Crisis."

Question 45

Name this Batman Villain

This Batman villain is known to be a bigger brute of a villain and is known to have an expertise in locks. "Bruce Wayne recommends Bolton, a security expert at Wayne Enterprises, for the position of chief of security at Arkham Asylum. Once in charge, Bolton turns Arkham into a police state, using intimidation, excessive force, and even torture to keep the inmates in line by threatening them and taking away their privileges even when they behaved and chaining them down and electrifying their cell doors every night. At one point, he holds Ventriloquist's dummy Scarface over a can filled with termites. The inmates are all terrified of Bolton to the point that the Scarecrow escapes from Arkham just to get away from him only to be recaptured by Batman and Robin." (Wikipedia)

Question 46

Name this Batman Villain

This character is both an enemy and a friend to Batman and often times will fight alongside him in certain battles. According to Wikipedia she "is a fictional supervillainess and antiheroine appearing in comic books published by DC Comics. The character was co-created by Dennis O'Neil and Ric Estrada, and first appeared in Richard Dragon, Kung Fu Fighter #5. Over time, she has become more closely associated with Batman and related characters, both as an enemy and an ally. She is a martial arts grandmaster and one of the most skilled combatants in the DC Universe. She is an assassin-for-hire, who specializes in ending her targets with her bare hands, and is the mother of Cassandra Cain, a.k.a. Orphan."

Question 47

Name this Batman Villain

This villain is known for his tactics in trying to get people to talk. He has worked with several police departments but his tactics were bad enough to land him on Batman's enemy list. "He was a top-level interrogator/torturer for the secret police in the fictional Latin country of Hasaragua, until a revolution forced him to flee. In Hasaragua, Guillermo Barrera served the secret police of his government as an interrogator, extracting truths efficiently with blades and tools used for surgery. When the Marxist regime of Hasaragua fell, Barrera escaped the country to America, fleeing execution for the atrocities he committed. Adopting a nickname, Barrera put his 'Surgical Skills' to use as a hired assassin. He eventually began working for Blockbuster in Blüdhaven while donning a costume that resembles a gargoyle. He battled against Nightwing on several occasions." (Wikipedia)

Question 48

Name this Batman Villain

This character is known to be a religious leader along with a con artist that specializes in manipulating people. "He is a fictional supervillain in DC Comics. Blackfire is stated as being over a hundred years old and is often portrayed as a power hungry, charismatic con artist and cult leader skilled in manipulation and brainwashing. He claimed to be a Native U.S. shaman who was entombed alive after being found guilty of ending a tribal chief and committing heresy. He first appeared in Batman: The Cult #1 (1988) and was created by Jim Starlin and Bernie Wrightson." According to Wikipedia.

Question 49

Name this Batman Villain

This Batman villain is known to have bright green flames surrounding his body and is mainly made up of a skeleton. "A crack in a reactor core causes Dr. Alex Sartorius to get "five million slivers of (radioactive) red sand" into his body. Nuclear reactions caused the silicon in the sand to be booted up by one proton each, to phosphorus. Burning forever, he starts a quest for revenge against the people he blames for his fate, getting into conflict with Batman on a few occasions. During the Underworld Unleashed storyline, he is one of many villains to sell his soul to the demon Neron. In exchange for his soul, he is granted greater power and temperature control. For example, he can now wear normal clothing without it bursting into flame." (Wikipedia)

Question 50

Name this Batman Villain

This counterpart to Batman was originally made to be the opposite of Batman. "Originally, he is a super-intelligent supervillain whose real name was never given, and who was created as a counterpart to Batman and is a member of the criminal organization known as the Crime Syndicate of America who originated and operated on the reverse Earth-Three. In some of the pre-Crisis Crime Syndicate appearances, the Earth-Three he also had the ability to briefly control other people's minds, though it is unclear how he acquired this ability. When he was knocked out, his subconscious mind was able to remain active enough for him to say a word enabling him to travel to Earth-Three." (Wikipedia)

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