Religion of Crime appears in 66 issues.
Succeeding Bruno Mannheim a year and a half after his fall, Alice was elected to be the High Madame of the Religion of Crime.
The personal body guard of Lucius Bennett of the Religion of Crime.
Devoted follower of the Crime Bible and leader of Intergang. He's one of the most powerful gangsters in Metropolis and a psychopath, who worships the idea of crime itself.
A member of the sect of the Crime Bible in 1880s Gotham, who leads their prostitutes.
Union Army Colonel affiliated with the Religion of Crime.
Wealthy Gotham City doctor affiliated with the Religion of Crime.
Member of the Religion of Crime in 1880s Gotham, who is the "Lord of Extortion."
Flay was a follower of the Religion of Crime and leader of its violent Order of the Stone. He died fighting the Question for leadership over the Order.
Giselle Carlyle is a member of the Religion of Crime, tasked to kill her husband and son.
A master assassin within the Religion of Crime during the 1880s.
Shape-shifting bodyguard to Whisper A'Daire, Abbott transforms into a giant wolf.
Follower of the Crime Bible, member of their Gotham 1880s sect, and ancestor to Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman.
A real-estate mogul with possible criminal connections, who gained his fortune buying land in the South after the Civil War, and comes to Gotham, trying to strong-arm Alan Wayne out of some of his land.
Follower of the Religion of Crime.
Member of Knight's and Squire's Rogues Gallery. He is a member of the Religion of Crime.
A former GCPD detective, Renee became the new Question after the death of Vic Sage.
Shard is a monk in the Order of the Stone, a sect of the Religion of Crime. The monks of this sect specialized in the ways of brutality and murder.
Stanton Carlyle wrote the book A Blasphemous Mythology: The Religion of Crime. All the while being a member of a cult known as the Religion of Crime.
Member of The Religion of Crime in the 1880s.
Vandal Savage, the immortal tyrant, has been witness to humanity's growth from the dawn of civilization, and his desire to control mankind has led him into conflict with many heroes of the DC Universe.
Former agent of Ra's Al Ghul. Later worked for Intergang.
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