Penguin appears in 1385 issues.
A genius who uses mathematical formulas to defeat Batman.
A serial killer, under the employ of Penguin in Batman: Earth One, who is fascinated with girls similar in appearance to his first victim, a 15 year old girl named Amanda Grant.
Cunning Gotham bank robber armed with sophisticated weaponry and toxins.
The Penguin is in charge of bossworth and Lark.
Brainiac is one of Superman's oldest and most powerful foes. A techno-organic being with a twelfth-level intellect and hyper-advanced technology, he travels the multiverse seeking civilizations to shrink and abduct, which he then adds to his collection of captured worlds. He has been responsible for the extinction of countless cultures and the deaths of untold billions.
Penguin worked alongside the Bronze Tiger on a mission with the Suicide Squad to Russia.
Bruno Tess is a mob boss in Gotham who works for the Penguin.
A member of the New Rogues who emulates Heat Wave
George "Digger" Harkness is a villain of The Flash (Barry Allen), he first appeared in The Flash #117 "Here Comes Captain Boomerang" in which he used the Captain Boomerang persona to commit crimes. He would later become a member of the Suicide Squad in the 1980s crossover event "Legends".
The leader of the New Rogues, he emulates Captain Cold.
Penguin worked with the Suicide Squad on a mission to Russia, where he worked closely with Deadshot and the others.
Penguin was Dracula's eyes and ears during the day.
Fright is a former geneticist who was responsible for the Scarebeast and helped the new Black Mask.
Joker's original sidekick
She is a henchwoman of the Penguin in the television series 'The Batman' as well as the spinoff comic book series 'The Batman Strikes!'. She is not part of the mainstream continuity.
Poison Ivy's temporary sidekick when she was part of the "Super Foes" (an evil version of the Super Friends).
Cross-dressing villain in Scooby-Doo.
An upstart criminal under Penguin's guidance. He uses radio waves to control his victims minds.
Former Gotham street thug who eventually became the Penguin's right hand man, with aspirations of his own.
Illuminata is a mysterious woman, who believed that military-industrial conspiracy, ruled people's lives. She decided to reveal their dark secrets to the world population, using her "the light of truth".
A seemingly invisible criminal who came to Gotham in an alliance with the Penguin.
Jimmy Lemongelo is a mob boss in Gotham who works for the Penguin.
The idea of the Penguin and the Joker as a team is one that is decades old, as the two villains, pop culture-wise, are arguably Batman's two most famous enemies. Their first meeting took place fairly early, in "Knights of Knavery". Since then, the two have teamed up countless times throughout the Golden and Silver ages. This carried over into television as well; they've both appeared together as a team numerous times. They have a very strong friendship with each other, Penguin has always referred to Joker as a very close friend and best friend of his, which Joker has said the same for Penguin. They've even shown affection towards each other on more than one occasion. One time, the Joker actually cried when he thought the Penguin was murdered, and Joker wanted to avenge Penguin's death.
Sadist and murderer
Penguin's personal chauffeur and henchwoman.
A Chinese gangster, hired by Penguin, who has the ability to turn into a dragon like creature.
Blanco worked for Penguin in the Story Ark "Long Shadows".
One of Batman's most recurrent enemies, Jervis Tetch (A.K.A. The Mad Hatter) is obsessed with Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, basing all of his crimes on the novel. Jervis is often depicted as a joke-villain but is a serious threat to Batman with his powerful mind-control technology.
Margo is the girlfriend of Angel Lupo
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