Blackgate Penitentiary appears in 141 issues.
Lady Spellbinder was the original Spellbinder's girlfriend, until she murdered him to gain more power. Her primary foes are Batman and the Birds of Prey.
Matches Malone is a criminal whose identity was taken and used by Batman to infiltrate the criminal underworld.
An imaginary patient thought up by Dr. Jeremiah Arkham who is obsessed with his own mirror image and only speaks in echos.
Mr. Zsasz is a serial killer with no regard for human life. He carves a mark into his skin for every life he takes, slowly covering his entire body in scars.
Intelligent, rich and sophisticated; Oswald Cobblepot puts up a gentlemanly front, but behind closed doors he is the angered, power hungry criminal known as The Penguin. He shows flashes of compassion sometimes, but he is dominated by a desire to be respected and to control those around him.
A minor Batman villian from the Silver Age who turns the Polka-Dots on his costume into weapons
Otis Flannegan uses his almost preternatural ability to train rodents in committing crimes as... the Ratcatcher.
James Gordon's mysterious cellmate in Blackgate Prison and former gangland of Gotham known as the Lion. Father of Catwoman
Rupert Thorne stands as Gotham City's long standing top crime boss. With various "business ventures" being undone by the Batman, he has a steady interest in seeing the Bat take a dirt nap.
Sasha worked as a bodyguard of billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne and became the Black Queen of Checkmate later. After the Rebirth-Event, Sasha was re-introduced as the Director of A.R.G.U.S.
Steeljacket is a horrific product of genetic manipulation that fought the Batman family.
Tad Trigger was a member of the Trigger Twins, two greedy look-a-likes who meet during a bank robbery. They were unaware of two people like them during the Crisis on Infinite Earths. They are now members of the Black Lantern Corps.
An enemy of Batman who could see with his fingertips
Tom Trigger was a member of the Trigger Twins, two greedy look-a-likes who meet during a bank robbery. They were unaware of two people like them during the Crisis on Infinite Earths. They are now members of the Black Lantern Corps.
Formerly the D.A. of Gotham City, Harvey Dent was an ally of Batman and Commissioner Gordon until he had acid thrown onto the left side of his face by a mob boss, scarring him for life. The incident drove Harvey insane and he became Two-Face, obsessed with chance and always carrying a double-headed coin, which he flips to determine his every decision.
One of the most bizarre criminals in Gotham City, the Ventriloquist (real name Arnold Wesker) is a crime lord who directs all orders (and executions) through a wooden dummy named Scarface. A female crime lord, named Peyton Riley, has also assumed the alias after Wesker's death.
A one shot character from a Robin story in the post-Crisis universe.
Elliot Caldwell was the sidekick to the original Wrath, a child sociopath twisted and molded in the anti-Batman's dark image. When his mentor perished in a battle with the Dark Knight, Caldwell took over the mantle of the Wrath and returned to Gotham to continue the original's mission.
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