Scarecrow appears in 1052 issues.
Becky Albright was a witness to one of Scarecrows crimes; he attempted to recruit her as his partner in crime
A psychotic cult leader currently locked up in Arkham Asylum.
A super-villain who uses his superior mind and dreaming powers, centered on an invention called the Materioptikon, to commit crimes.
A perfectly pleasant man, who believed he had traded his soul to the devil in exchange for immortality. In return, he had to kill someone each month, or on odd occasions, two people.
Doodlebug is a Batman rogue
Harleen Quinzel was a psychiatric resident at Arkham Asylum, where she met the incarcerated Joker. Falling in love with her patient, she conspired to break him out of prison and eventually became his lover and loyal sidekick, Harley Quinn.
Serial killer who escaped Arkham Asylum
Hush once hired him to use his gas so he could mind control some of Batman's friends and his enemies during Hush
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".
The Joker, Clown Prince of Crime, is Batman's arch-nemesis. An agent of chaos known for his malicious plots, wacky gadgets and insidious smile, he has caused Batman more suffering than any other villain he has ever faced. His origin, name, and true motivations remain a mystery.
Judge Death is the leader of the Dark Judges, a sinister group of undead law enforcers from the alternate dimension of Deadworld, where all life has been declared a crime.
Lunkhead is a Batman rogue.
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.
The second Mad Hatter was another man obsessed with hats. He called himself "Jervis Tetch" and began committing crimes to stealing unusual hats for his collection, but then he began several of his attempts to steal Batman's cowl.
Main antagonist to Batman in Batman: Gotham after Midnight. The villain went after people by ripping out their hearts, at first perceived to be a violent anti-villain. Also utilized other villains as red-herrings.
Originally created for the Batman animated series, Nora Fries was the cryogenically frozen wife of Mr. Freeze. His obsession to find a cure for her illness turned him to a life of crime. She also briefly became a supervillain named Lazara. In the New 52, she is Nora Fields and was frozen in 1943 before becoming the obsession of Victor Fries in the present.
Edward Nigma is a villain obsessed with riddles, puzzles, and brain teasers, who took the alias of the Riddler to commit crimes. Riddler frequently tries to outsmart Gotham's hero Batman, but is always defeated by the Dark Knight.
Amalgam version of both Marvel and DC Scarecrows
Once considered the greatest Green Lantern in any sector, Sinestro came to believe that the only way to ensure order in the universe was through the reign of fear, a crime for which the Guardians banished him to Qward. There he created the first yellow power ring and later on founded his own corps, The Sinestro Corps. He has clashed frequently with his former student and protege; Hal Jordan. The relationship between the two is a complicated one, a mixture of both hatred and respect in equal measures.
The leader of the 100, Tobias Whale and his minions have fought Batman and the Outsiders as well as Thorn. He is the archenemy of Black Lightning.
Jaina Hudson is a Batman villainess who can split herself into two separate bodies, one of whom is her pathological alter-ego the White Rabbit.
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