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Omar Karindu

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Subj: Re: Batman's Rogues Gallery...
Posted: Fri Jul 22, 2011 at 12:39:26 pm EDT (Viewed 191 times)
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Might Batman have the largest, recurring, Rogues Gallery?

184 villains listed here:
http://www.ranker.com/list/all-batman-villains-list-of-all-batman-enemies/all-enemies-and-supervillains

May or may not edit/dump in more links for BMBers/reference purposes. Besides seeing an old, forgotten, bad guy name of the Caped Crusader may spark a topic/thread too.

Random List of Minor Foes here:
http://comicboards.com/php/show.php?msg=batman-2000072016320400
Can someone note which of these were SINGLE APPEARANCE ONLY?

    Quote:

    Abattoir
    The Allergist
    Amygdala
    The Answer
    The Baffler
    Black Spider 2
    Cap'n Fear
    Cluemaster
    Cornelius Stirk
    Corrosive Man
    Dynamiteer
    Faceless
    Film Freak
    Gearhead
    Maxie Zeus
    Monsoon
    Professor Milo
    Steeljacket
    Tally Man
    Terrible Trio
    Trigger Twins
    Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum


Top 10 Lamest here:
http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-lamest-batman-villains.php

List_of_Batman_Family_enemies here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Batman_Family_enemies

Rogues that made it to tv/film:
http://www.listal.com/list/batman-villains

Who's New and not listed yet?:
??

Avatar Pic selection (and odd spotlight choices) here:
http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Batman_villains


Still missing my brother...







Faceless apeared in a single two-issue story during the Doug Moench/Kelly Jones era.

The Answer is even odder: he was a *planned* villain for Alan Grant and Mark Buckingham's run on Shadow of the Bast, and got a profile page in Batman Villains Secret Files & Origins #1. But because the various crossovers took over the book, and Grant eventually left the title, the Answer never appeared in an actual comic story at all!

For the curious, the idea was that he was a conspiracy loon who believed in alien abductions and various apocalyptic theories whose family was killed in the earthquake that touched off No Man's Land. He then went extra crazy and began stealing various sources of information to "complete his theories," not caring if he killed anyone along the way because "individual life is insignificant in the face of the survival of the planet." Knowing Grant, he probably would have run into the Riddler at some point.

Something very similar happened with a villain called the Skeleton, who was introduced in his own story in a Secret Files about the post-NML Batman, but never returned again. He had a gimmick of using other villains' equipment and M.O., and seemed to know that Batman was Bruce Wayne.




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