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Post  Admin on Fri Apr 06, 2012 12:10 am

Captain Boomerang





Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

George "Digger" Harkness, aka Captain Boomerang was a recurring enemy of the Flash. He typically devised altered boomerangs which could produce astonishing effects and used them ruthlessly. He became a staple member of the Rogues Gallery, a group of villains dedicated to opposing Flash.

The illegitimate son of an American toymaker, W.W. Wiggins, and an Australian woman, Betty Harkness, George Harkness was raised in poverty in the small town of Kurrumburra, Australia. His stepfather, Ian, hated the boy and made his life miserable.

In school one day, George crafted a boomerang. He discovered he had great skill with the aboriginal weapon and often used it for mischief with his best friend, Mick Wentworth. He further honed his skills while spending some time hiding from the law in the Australian bush.

When George was eighteen, he and Mick robbed a general store and were able to make their escape with the aid of George's boomerang. However, this incident caused George's stepfather to kick him out of the house. His mother gave him a plane ticket to Central City and told him to get in touch with Wiggins.

Wiggins had been searching for a spokesman for his company's latest product, a toy boomerang. Under the alias "George Green", Harkness auditioned for and got the job. Wiggins outfitted him with a costume and gave him the name "Captain Boomerang."

Harkness, however, had other plans for his new alter ego. He began a string of jewelry thefts. This alerted the attention of the Flash, and the Scarlet Speedster caught him in the act during one of his heists. However, Captain Boomerang fooled the speedster by claiming that he was being impersonated. He even brought the Flash to his apartment and introduced him to actors posing as his parents, stating that they would starve if he was convicted of the robberies and lost his job as Wiggins's spokesman. The next time that Boomerang encountered the Flash, he knocked him out with one of his boomerangs and tied the unconscious speedster to his "Rocket Boomerang", which he sent hurtling high up into the Earth's atmosphere. However, on the descent back to ground, the Flash released himself and captured the villain.

Harkness found himself an obsolete villain in the modern world of supervillains. Regularly going up to the supervillain satellite looking for jobs, asking favors from the Calculator, he was at the end of his rope looking for a job to put him on the map again.

During this time, Harkness finally reached out to the son he abandoned, Owen Mercer. The two began to bond when Harkness was killed by Jack Drake, father of Tim Drake. Digger had been sent by the real killer to attack Jack Drake, only the killer double crossed Digger and sent Drake a warning and a pistol to defend himself. Digger managed to kill Drake but not before he was shot himself. The sudden loss of Harkness caused Mercer to take up his father's mantle, and become the second Captain Boomerang.

Harkness was one of twelve heroes and villains raised by the white light for mysterious reasons. Imprisoned in Iron Heights for crimes he committed when he was alive, Harkness makes a call to The Rogues requesting help in escaping the prison and that he become a Rogue again. Captain Cold denies helping him and tells Harkness he has to prove that he's still a Rogue by breaking out of Iron Heights himself and by taking on The Flash. Due to the exposure to the Black Ring, Harkness discovered he could manifest black construct boomerangs in times of duress. Utilizing the boomers which are able to explode on contact, he escaped from Iron Heights and sought out The Flash in an effort to win favor with The Rogues once again.

Stats ( lv 4 )

Strength: 6
Speed: 12
Dexterity: 12
Durability: 6
Constitution: 6
Intelligence: 6
Wisdom: 8
Charisma: 4

Powers



Abilities

   Boomerang Mastery

Weapons

   Boomerangs:

   Explosive Boomerang: A boomerang that explodes
   Collapsible Boomerang: collapses so that it can be easily concealed
   Lightning Boomerang: lightning-fast boomerang that even knocked out the Flash
   Rocket Boomerang: large boomerang capable of launching into space<ref name="flash117"
   Razor Boomerang: A boomerang capable of cutting through bone and flesh when thrown correctly. He used this boomerang to kill Jack Drake in the Identity crisis.


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Re: Important DC Villains

Post  Admin on Fri Apr 06, 2012 12:11 am

Despero



Race: Kalanorian
Gender: Male
Class: None

Despero has gone through virtually as many transformations as the League itself. Initially appearing as a physically weak, mind-controlling tyrant with a penchant for playing chess for the fates of his enemies, he later surfaced to be a physical powerhouse fueled by his burning, all-consuming hatred of the Justice League.
Rebirth

Despero's most famous battle against the Justice League established him as being driven by his utter and all-burning hatred for the Justice League, to the point that his hatred allowed for him to survive death and regenerate his body through sheer willpower. He attacked the Justice League as he had known it (previous incarnation - "Justice League Detroit" ) and then sought them out, eventually battling at the United Nations building (New York); he even donned the United Nations flag as a cape during the battle. The battle ended only through Martian Manhunter controversially employing a never before seen deus ex machina power to trick Despero into thinking he had successfully killed not only the Justice League, but all life on Earth, causing him to let go of his hatred and regressing to the form of a fetus. The fetus Despero was then given to Manga Khan in exchange for his robotic man-servant L-Ron.

Despero was aged back into adulthood and escaped back to Earth to continue his vendetta against the JLA. Despero attacked both the American and European Justice League teams and the murderous bounty-hunter Lobo (who had been hired to retrieve Despero for Khan) in Times Square, New York. Despero could only be stopped once again through desperate means; the robot L-Ron used the slave collar Despero wore to switch bodies with Despero, gaining his monsterous form while trapping him into L-Ron's powerful, if small, robotic form. Attacking the Justice League, Despero was defeated by an unlikely source, a duck hunter who shot him by mistake, destroying his robot body in the process. L-Ron then went into outer space with his new body before returning to Earth and joining the Justice League Task Force.

Stats ( lv 10 )

Strength: 12
Speed: 10
Dexterity: 10
Durability: 12
Constitution: 12
Intelligence: 10
Wisdom: 10
Charisma: 6

Powers

The Flame of Py'tar gave Despero:

   Superhuman Strength: Despero posseses great physical strength that has been shown to be superior to Superman and Captain Marvel, being able to simultaneously damage both, along with Wonder Woman and Power Girl. It is generally accepted that Despero is sufficently strong enough to lift 100 tons with minimal effort.

   Superhuman Durability: Despero also has a high level of durability to impact forces, although he is not invulnerable, as Aquaman was strong enough to throw a piece of steel rebar into Despero's shoulder, as well as having a group of sharks bite into Despero, causing the villain to bleed.

   Superhuman Speed

   Superhuman Stamina

   Telepathy: His hypnotic third eye is directly connected to his brain, giving him telepathic powers that on one occasion have been depicted as surpassing those of the Martian Manhunter.

       Hypnosis: It is also capable of projecting realistic illusions and entrancing virtually any sentient being.
       Illusion Casting

   Telekinesis: Despero can also project beams of telekinetic energy, move living and inanimate object with his mind and can create Telekinetic force fields that can withstand heavy impacts like blows from Captain Marvel.

       Flight: Despero can fly via telekinesis, Despero's flight speed allowed him to fly all the way from earth to the moon and back in just a few moments. While not as fast as the Martian Manhunter it is arguable that he can achive light speed flight with ease.

       Energy Projection

       Force Field

   Teleportation

   Spirit Form: In his "spirit" form, Despero can possess any living being, granting the victim the strength and telepathic abilities of his own body.

       Possession

Reality Warping: (formerly) after being remade in the flame of the Py'tar Despero had gained the ability to twist time and space around as he saw fit, he demonstrated this when he twisted most of Gothem City into an ash & brimstone engulfed citadel infested with all manner of demonic oddities. he could even create creatures by morphing humans and inanimate objects, restructure buildings into ferocious dragon like creatures and reconstitute himself as a being of living lava & energy. he could basically control matter & energy for a number of purposes.
Abilities

   Enhanced Intellect: Also very intelligent.

   Hand-to-Hand Combat (Basic): He is skilled as both a warrior.

   Leadership: Skilled Tyrant.


Strength level

Class 100+; Despero is sufficently strong enough to lift 100 tons with minimal effort.

Equipment

   Teleportation Device: In his first appearance, Despero used a teleportation machine which resembled a chess set. It used pieces shaped like the Leaguers to move them to different locations. The machine was subsequently shown to be in the possession of the Weapon Master.


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Re: Important DC Villains

Post  Admin on Sun Apr 29, 2012 4:10 pm

Thinker (Clifford Devoe)





Race: Robot (AI Program)
Gender: Male
Class: None

Clifford Devoe was a failure as a lawyer, but when he noticed that criminals lacked an intelligent mind to properly lead them , Devoe set out become a success as the The Thinker. Devoe soon found himself in conflict with Jay Garrick , the first Flash. Devoe was always looking out for new scientific devices to use in his criminal ventures, the most important and identifiable was his Thinking Cap which gave him minor telekinesis and mind control abilities. He was a founding member of the original incarnation of the Injustice Society. His arguably greatest feat was suspending Keystone City in suspended animation for decades with the help of The Shade and The Fiddler. Everyone in Keystone was affected, even Jay Garrick. The city was restored with the help of Barry Allen in the "Flashes of Two Cities" story, the effects of the villain's plan leaving the Thinker young enough to operate in the modern era. Devoe accepted a mission with the Suicide Squad for a full pardon, but seemingly had his throat ripped out by the Weasel. The Thinker made one final appearance where he was dying of of terminal brain cancer, brought about by his extended use of the Thinking Cap . Jay Garrick tried to save him using the Cap, but Clifford merely removed the device, preferring to die on his terms.

His remains are sealed in the morgue in the Hall of Justice.

His technology would go to create the AI Thinker and be adapted by Cliff Carmichael.

When the Justice Society moved to their new headquarters in New York, Mr. Terrific built a new state of the art security system out of the original Thinker's Thinking Cap technology. It gained sentience shortly thereafter and joined Johnny Sorrow's new Injustice Society. It fashioned itself a hologram form and locked down the mansion so no one could get in or out. He supplied the villain's with information on the JSAers and turned the mansion's security system against them. He tries to ambush Stargirl during her battle with Shiv, she apparently defeated him but he retreated to cyberspace to escape imprisonment or deletion. The AI makes a reappearance in Keystone City attempting to absorb the minds of every one in the city, including The Flash. He had been stirring around in Keystone's data networks building his power until he was strong enough to turn the city itself into a computer. Wally over-accelerates his program core with the help of Cyborg and burns him out. The AI shows as member of a later version of the Injustice Society bringing back Johnny Sorrow.

The Thinker A.I. is later shown to have been "stored away" by Mr. Terrific and drafted into Checkmate as his White Bishop. He tried to takeover Checkmate system's but Carl Draper used a duplicate of his program to counter him. The Thinker later appeared in Final Crisis:Resist as a part of the resistance group. He winds up with the Cyborg Revenge Squad gathered by the mercenary Mr. Orr to kill Victor Stone.

Stats

Strength: 2
Intelligence: 10
Willpower: 1
Speed: 10
Durability: 1
Personality: 10

Powers



Binary intelligence capable of integrating into and controlling computerized and electronics systems. Has a Genius Level Intellect and many Gadgets.

Technologically derived telekinesis and mind control


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Captain Cold



Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Len Snart used a miniature stolen cyclotron as a gun which shot ice that reduced temperatures to absolute zero. Most of his crimes were in attempt to win the heart of a lady. Often he would team up with Heat Wave or his sister, Golden Glider.

Cold escaped from prison when he learned that the Picture News was planning to raise $100,000 at a charity event, which he planned to steal. However, Trickster had done the same thing. At first competing for the money, they decided to join forces when they were pursued but not only one, but two Flashes, as Jay Garrick had briefly come out of retirement. The pair successfully made their getaway, but were later captured when the two speedsters lured them into a trap by claiming that a recently discovered meteorite contained a fortune in diamonds.

After Captain Cold was released from prison, his fellow Rogues held a party for him, which turned into a riot.

Cold supposedly reformed from his criminal ways, even making a guest appearance on the Guliermo show announcing his new way of life. With his sister, Golden Glider, Snart, established Golden Snowball Recoveries, 1-800-GET-COLD, a company which recovers lost or stolen items or your money back.

They were hired by the city council of Swainsville, New Mexico, to find the Porcupine Man and his victims. They battled with the Porcupine Man, who turned out to be Wally West, but he got away from them. Three boys had been trapped in a nearby cave, and were have thought to have been the victims of the Porcupine Man. They weren't, and it was even Wally who saved them. He split the reward money with Golden Snowball.

During this time, he flew to Los Angeles and killed former prisonmate Brad Brickley, resulting in a murder investigation that remained unsolved, eventually becoming a project to challenge cadets at the LA Police Academy. It was finally solved five years later by Bart Allen.

Inertia reunited Cold and the rest of the Rogues, claiming that he could build a device that could stop time, allowing them to do whatever they wanted. However, the machine's actual use was to transfer the Speed Force from the new Flash to himself. When the Flash arrived to stop them, the machine rendered him powerless. However, the Rogues soon realized that someone was helping the speedster, and it was possible that his powers could be returned. Not wanting this to happen, Cold, along with Heat Wave and Weather Wizard, fired on the powerless Flash in the back, resulting in his death.

After being hunted remorselessly by heroes, and a year of chaos and trouble, including deportation to the Hell Planet during the events of Salvation Run, the Rogues' decided to quit the business, but not before they strike back against Inertia during the events of Final Crisis: Rogues' Revenge.

Captain Cold, along with the rest of the Rogues, has met with constant trouble from Libra and his new Secret Society of Super-Villains, attempting to press gang them into their ranks as a safety precaution against Speedsters. Cold, however, angrilly rejected Libra's invitation, saying that the villain community had done nothing to help the Rogues following Bart's murder. As of yet, Cold and the Rogues have completely outright refused membership, despite numerous threats made to their families. The New Rogues were sent to enlist them by holding Captain Cold's father hostage, but after Cold had the rest of the Rogues slaughter the new group, he had Heat Wave murder his father.

Following the murders of the New Rogues, Cold and the other Rogues resumed their plan to kill Inertia. However, they had trouble from Inertia's new mentor, Zoom. They were also still stalked by Libra, who had Weather Wizard's infant son. Inertia killed the boy and took on the mantle of "Kid Zoom", vowing to cause a lot of tragedy. Paying him back for all the trouble he had caused them, the Rogues broke their unspoken pact against killing speedsters for a second time. Pleased, Libra revealed why he so desperately wanted the Rogues in the Secret Society: Barry Allen had returned from the dead, and the Rogues were the only ones who knew him well enough to stop him and allow evil to triumph. Though shocked at the news of Barry's return, Cold still rejected Libra's request for membership, saying he didn't believe in evil. Inertia's body was left in front of the Keystone City Police Department, next to the written words "Tell the Flash we're even - The Rogues". Following these events, Cold announced that he wasn't going to retire, both to not appear as quitters to Barry Allen, and because he knew that Barry wouldn't just let them walk away.

Stats

Strength: 4
Intelligence: 8
Willpower: 7
Speed: 6
Durability: 4
Personality: 5

Powers

In the New 52, it appears that Captain Cold has gained ice-manipulation powers.

Abilities

As Captain Cold, Snart's nervous system has, over the years, developed reflexes that enable him to compenstate for the Flash's speed enough to sometimes stun the Flash with his cold guns. In addition, Leonard Snart is a very skilled marksman, though not on the same level as people like Deadshot and Deathstroke. He also has a very tactical mind, and his own personal sense of honor. He is a natural leader.

Strength level

Captain Cold has demonstrated strength enough to lift over his head and throw another fully grown human male (Chillblaine). This would indicate that Cold possesses at least the strength of a man of his age, height, and build who engages in moderate regular weight bearing exercise.

Weaknesses

Captain Cold possesses all of the same weaknesses as any other adult non-metahuman male.

Equipment

(First gun look)




(Second gun look)


(Third and current gun look)


Snow goggles - Minimize the flashes of energy given off by his guns within his field of vision. Snow parka.

Weapons

Cold-guns - Which can create ice slicks, shatter metal or entomb victims in suspended animation in blocks of ice.
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Re: Important DC Villains

Post  Admin on Mon Apr 30, 2012 12:38 am

The Trickster (Axel Walker)





Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

While the first Trickster was working for the F.B.I., teenager Axel Walker stole all of Jesse's gadgets and shoes and became the new Trickster. He joined Blacksmith's Network and destroyed files from Goldface and Hunter Zolomon for her. He was also given new "toys" in addition to James' originals. After the defeat of Blacksmith, He was offered to join the new Rogues led by Captain Cold, and accepted. He remained with the new Rogues until the "reformed" Rogues attempted to stop Cold. While the two Tricksters were fighting, the Top gave Jesse's memory back. The original Trickster then defeated his successor and told him never to become the Trickster again.

He later answered an ad from five college students asking for an experienced superhero to train them. Once he arrived to the location in the ad, he had dinner with the students and then killed all five of them. His crime was discovered when Detective Chimp found the Helmet of Fate, put it on, and used it to help deduce who the murderer was. Axel was then arrested.

Following the death of James Jesse, Axel redonned the Trickster gear and began operating with his own crew out of one of the Rogues' old hideouts. When the Rogues returned, Axel discovered that they were planning to retire and go underground, and that their killing of Bart Allen had been an accident. However, Axel joined the Rogues in their revenge quest against Inertia, going against Libra's "New Rogues", Zoom, and Inertia as well. During their quest, Mirror Master explained that joining the Rogues wasn't about "wanting" to be one, but why he "needed" to be one.

During the Blackest Night he fought along with the Rogues against Black Lantern Rogues. He personally fought the original Trickster Black Lantern, but had little success.

He also fought alongside the Rogues when the Renegades came back in time to arrest Barry Allen for the murder of Mirror Monarch.

Stats

Strength: 2
Intelligence: 6
Willpower: 2
Speed: 10
Durability: 4
Personality: 10

Powers

This individual does not possess any superhuman capabilities.

Strength level

Average: Axel Walker possesses the strength level of a man his age, size and weight who engages in moderate, regular exercise.

Equipment

(The Tricksters Blasting Prosthetic Arm)


Axel Walker stole all of his equipment from the first Trickster, James Jesse. As such, he has the same flying shoes, and goofy weapons and gadgetry. His stuff tends to be modified more sinisterly though.

Transportation

Shoes that allow him to hover.
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Heat Wave





Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Born on a farm outside Central City, Mick Rory became fascinated with fire as a child. This fascination turned into an obsession and one night, he set his family's home ablaze. His obsession was so great, that he simply watched the flames engulf his house, instead of running to get help. His entire family died in the fire.

After this event, Rory went to live with his uncle. His pyromania continued and he was forced to run away after locking a schoolmate in his house and setting it on fire because the boy locked Rory in a meat locker during a field trip as a prank. He took a job as a fire eater with a traveling circus. This did not last long either, as he ended up setting the circus on fire.

It was these events that made him desperate to fight his fire obsession and after seeing the Rogues in action in Central City, he decided to use his mania to become a villain. He created a protective costume made of asbestos (this was back before the dangers of asbestos were known), built a gun-sized flamethrower and became Heat Wave. As he was committing crimes in Central City, it was inevitable that he'd run into the Flash, which he did quite regularly. Subsequently, he also ended up in jail quite regularly. He also became a rival of Captain Cold, due to his aversion to cold temperatures. It was Captain Cold who introduced Heat Wave to The Rogues.

Eventually, Mick went straight, due largely to the manipulations of the Top. He took a job as a firefighting consultant, using his vast knowledge on fires and heat. He also became good friends with Barry Allen, who he had discovered was The Flash years before. All good things must come to an end though, and Rory succumbed to an offer by Abra Kadabra of gaining respect and infamy in the world. He and four other members of the Rogues sacrificed themselves, quite unwittingly, to unleash the demon Neron, setting off the events of Underworld Unleashed.

Later, Neron returned the soulless bodies of the five to Earth, in a plan to force Flash into a deal. The five Rogues each possessed incredible powers and wreaked havoc, death and destruction before Neron was forced by Flash to halt their actions and return their souls to their bodies.

Heat Wave would only briefly return to his criminal ways before abandoning them to study with Zhutanian monks. Afterwards, he worked for Project Cadmus as a backup agent, but eventually quit that too and moved to the Quad Cities, Illinois area. He eventually got a job at the FBI, along with other reformed members of Rogues. This was a spectacular failure and Rory became a villain once again after the Top arrived and undid the mental program that had kept him reformed.
One Year Later

One Year Later, after being caught by the police, he and several more of the Rogues were approached by speedster Inertia with a plan to kill Bart Allen, the current Flash. Caught up in the moment, Heat Wave, Weather Wizard, and Captain Cold shot Bart to death with their respective weapons after he foiled Inertia's plan, and are now on the run. They expressed guilt immediately after the murder. He was one of the first villains to be captured during Salvation Run.
Final Crisis: Rogues Revenge

Heat Wave was seen joining Libra's Secret Society of Super Villains. Unfortunately, he and the other Rogues' reject Libra's offer. Before they can retire, they hear that Inertia (now Kid Zoom) had escaped. The Rogues' confront Kid Zoom and ultimately kill him because that they were used and to overcome the guilt of Bart's death. Human Flame sought out Heat Wave hoping to purchase one of his signature flamethrower guns. Heat Wave refuses, denouncing Human Flame as "pathetic" and beating him harshly.

Stats

Strength: 4
Intelligence: 7
Willpower: 7
Speed: 6
Durability: 5
Personality: 5

Powers

None

Abilities

Has skill in martial arts and combat expertise.

Equipment

Heat-resistant costume.

Weapons

Heat gun.
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Re: Important DC Villains

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Mirror Master (Evan McCulloch)





Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Mirror Master is a criminal who fights the Flash as a member of the Rogues Gallery. He was at one point a professional assassin in Scotland, until he received the equipment of his predecessor Sam Scudder. He possesses a mirror gun that allows him to travel into an alternate dimension from any reflective surface, appear in many places at once, and perform other physical transmutations.
Origins

Evan McCulloch was born to wealthy parents Louis and Carol Erikson, who put him up for adoption because they were too young at the time. Instead, he was raised in the McCulloch orphanage. The first time he killed was at age eight, when an older boy attempted to molest him, and he found the strength to defend himself. He left when he was sixteen, taking the name of the woman who had raised him. He soon found that it was difficult for him to hold down a regular job, but he was well-suited to the criminal lifestyle, and he needed to make ends meet. Putting his talents to use, he became a hitman and then a professional assassin, gaining a reputation as one of the best in the country. One day, after pulling the trigger on another of his many targets, he realized he had shot and murdered his own father. Distraught, he found and approached his mother after the funeral, although before he could meet her she committed suicide. The next day, he was approached by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, who wanted to hire him as a mercenary. They outfitted him with the technology of the first Mirror Master, so he could take out government targets while posing as a super-villain. It wasn't long before he got tired of working for the feds, killed his superiors, and went free-lance. He was invited to become a member of the Rogues Gallery, a team of villains who fought the Flash. His predecessor Sam Scudder was killed during the Crisis on Infinite Earths.

He fell in love with a woman named Emelia, a relationship that lasted about a week. She learned that he was the Mirror Master, and turned him into the authorities. She was put into the witness protection program, and her name was changed to Mary Anders.

After looking through some of Scudder's old notes about anti-tachyons, McCulloch opened a door to the mirror dimension, a place with the flip side of every reflective surface on Earth. From here, he searched for Emelia. However, she had attempted to make sure that he couldn't find her by getting rid of all the reflective surfaces that might reveal her whereabouts to him, covering up everything in her house.

McCulloch pulled the Flash into the mirror dimension. He concocted a tale of true love, claiming that Emelia had been killed, and that he had found someone that looked exactly like her. He asked Wally to look into all the mirrors in the mirror dimension and find her so he could say his goodbyes. Since he had no other way of getting out, Wally agreed. There were too many mirrors, though. Using Mirror Master's technology, he contacted Linda Park and asked her to find the Emelia look-alike. Linda and Impulse learned from Oracle that it was Mary Anders, and they went to California to find her. However, Mirror Master saw Emelia through Impulse's goggles. He sent Bart to the mirror dimension, where he and Wally fought mirror monsters. They returned once Wally found the inter-dimensional portal, and defeated McCulloch.

Inertia reunited Mirror Master and the rest of the Rogues, claiming that he could build a device that could stop time, allowing them to do whatever they wanted. However, the machine's actual use was to transfer the Speed Force from the new Flash to himself. The powerless Flash was then killed.

McCulloch fought with his fellow Rogues once again during Blackest Night against Black Lantern Rogues. He confronted 1st Mirror Master Sam Scudder and was trapped by him in the mirror dimension.

Stats

Strength: 2
Intelligence: 9
Willpower: 1
Speed: 10
Durability: 2
Personality: 10

Powers

(A display of his abilities)


None

Abilities

Thievery

Equipment

Mirror Pack: which gave him the power of flight, mirrors that let him see 20 seconds into the future, and 3-D mirror duplicates of himself. Pretty soon, he could use mirrors to create all kinds of illusions, and could even travel and communicate through one mirror to another through a “mirror dimension”. He could also use distorted mirrors to enlarge or shrink objects. He became so good that he could use any reflected surface to his own end.

Weapons

Mirror Gun


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Weather Wizard

(Original Look)


(New 52 Look Alternate Costume)


Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Convicted burglar Mark Mardon was being escorted by train under guard to Tri-state Prison, when he jumped from the moving train and headed for the home of his brother Clyde, who lived on an island in Big Water Lake. Entering his brother's lab, Mardon would later claim he found Clyde dead of a heart attack. In Rogue's Revenge, it is revealed that he became panicked and killed his brother using the already constructed weather wand. In all previous story arcs, Mardon claimed that near his brother's hand he found a notebook containing details of experiments in controlling the weather. Clyde had intended to use these discoveries in order to help humanity, and was about to announce his findings publicly when he died.

Mark Mardon, however, was going to use these discoveries to help himself! Using his own inventive skill and following the principles Clyde had discovered, Mardon built a wand that would enable him to control the weather over limited areas. He then created the costumed identity of the Weather Wizard.

Weather Wizard and some of the Flash's other Rogues were manipulated by Abra Kadabra into making a pact with Neron, ruler of Hell. The deal was that in return for an act of service they would gain the respect and fame as villains they had always wanted. However, there was no promise that any of them would live to reap the benefits. Weather Wizard and the others died in the act of performing their favors for Neron.

Weather Wizard is later resurrected as a soulless demon by Neron, but after Neron's defeat, his soul is saved and reclaimed thanks to the efforts of Wally West.

Weather Wizard was one of many metacriminals in the Twin City (Keystone City and Central City) area recruited by Blacksmith into a new, more organized Rogues. Thanks to her, he learned to control his Weather Wand far better than he had ever known to before. He also learned that he had a son through a one night stand with Julie Jackam, a police officer. The key thing about this was that his son, Josh, had been exhibiting weather control abilities without the need of a device like the Weather Wand. Weather Wizard wanted to understand and have that power.

This put him into direct conflict with Wally West, who has possession of Josh under the suspicion that Josh may actually be his son instead. Weather Wizard corrected that notion and wreaked havoc with his new skill with the Weather Wand. Still, the Flash ultimately defeated him after Weather Wizard hesitated to bring any harm to Josh, seeing the child's eyes with like his own and his brother's.

Weather Wizard was freed from custody by Blacksmith and rejoined her Rogues, who launched a major offense against the Flash and Keystone City. At the same time, the villainous artificial intelligence Thinker invaded Central City and also went after Flash. The situation exploded out of control, but Flash still managed to bring both parties down with some help from Goldface. Weather Wizard narrowly managed to avoid capture thanks to Captain Cold, who recruited him along with Mirror Master and Trickster into a new Rogues group under Cold's leadership.

Later in Fastest Man Alive, he is approached by Inertia to team-up against the Flash (Bart Allen), Inertia removes some mental blocks so Mardon no longer needs the wand. In the heat of combat, the Rogues kill Bart. This occurs because Inertia used a machine that he claimed would stop time, but in reality it would remove the powers of the speed force and give them to him. The Rogues, not knowing this, accidentally kill Bart Allen when he comes to stop them. Weather Wizard, along with the other Rogues, are shocked and horrified to discover that they had killed a kid.

In Salvation Run, Weather Wizard and Heat Wave are captured by Captain Boomerang II, and exiled with their fellow Rogues to "hell" planet, Salvation. They are the first villains there, and survive for weeks against the deadly animals and eventually become veterans of the land before the other villains even arrive. Captain Cold says that it was Weather Wizard's fault for getting them stuck on the island because he made the final shot on Bart Allen which killed him. He sides with Luthor. After a battle with parademons ensued Mark and the rest of The Rogues returned to Earth with the other villains that were once against each other

After the return to Earth in Final Crisis: Rogues' Revenge, he is seen attending Libra's meeting and (off-panel) rejecting Libra's offer of fulfilled dreams. He and the other rogues prepare to close shop until they hear that Inertia has returned. They agree to kill Inertia for their current troubles. Soon they find Paul Gambi seriously injured by a set of Libra's men calling themselves the "new" Rogues. He battles and easily defeats his counterpart Weather Witch, and saves Trickster II by killing Mr. Magic, creating a tornado in his stomach. He goes with the Rogues to the remains of his brother's observatory, where the Rogues track Zoom and Inertia. As they arrive at the scene, Libra reveals that he has captured Weather Wizard's son, Josh, and threatens to kill him if Weather Wizard does not join him. Weather Wizard claims that since he killed his brother, the only person who cared for him, he would have no trouble letting the child die. However, before anyone can act, or confirm if Weather Wizard is bluffing, Inertia kills the child. This ends the standoff between Weather Wizard and Libra. Inertia then reverts Zoom to his paraplegic state by partially reversing Zoom's timeline, as well as severely injuring Libra. Weather Wizard and the other Rogues then kill Inertia, and leave a note for Wally claiming that they are now even.

During Blackest Night, Weather Wizard is targeted by the Black Lantern Rogues, along with Captain Cold, Heat Wave, Mirror Master, and Trickster (Axel Walker). Black Lantern Top hints at a planned betrayal, before Top left the land of the living. Regardless of this, Weather Wizard sticks with the living Rogues, holding the Black Lanterns back until they are distracted by White Lantern Professor Zoom, and frozen solid by Captain Cold's glacier weapon.

Stats

Strength: 2
Intelligence: 9
Willpower: 6
Speed: 4
Durability: 5
Personality: 8

Powers

(Weather wand when not powered by lightning)


Weather Manipulation: The ability to localize weather, creating hail, lightning, and other destructive forms of weather. Weather Wizard originally wielded a wand that enabled him to control weather patterns. Weather Wizard has used it to produce blizzards, summon lightning bolts, fly using air currents, produce fog and generate winds. Essentially Weather Wizard can produce any type of weather pattern imaginable, as well as other phenomenon such as tornadoes. Recently Inertia destroyed his wand, using 30th Century psychological therapies to remove Weather Wizard's mental blocks. He can now control the weather without his wand. Weather Wizard has also shown limited control over magnetism.

Weapons

Weather Wand


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Post  Admin on Wed May 02, 2012 1:25 am

Murmur (Dr. Michael Amar)

(Costume)


(Mouth Sowed Shut)


(Mask On Face)


Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Murmur, Dr. Michael Christian Amar, was a respected surgeon until he went on a killing spree. His incessant talking while he was committing the murders identified him as the murderer and he was caught, and sent to Iron Heights. While there, he cut out his own tongue and sewed his mouth shut so he could never incriminate himself again.

Years later, he created a breakout with Blacksmith's aid by releasing the frenzy virus in Iron Height's water supply. He joined Blacksmith's Rogues, continuing his grisly murders. After Blacksmith's Rogues disbanded, he struck out on his own. When he was pursued by a reformed Heat Wave, Captain Cold rescued him.

Murmur was one of the Rogues who were mind controlled by the Top during Rogue War, along with Plunder, Girder, Tar Pit, and Double Down. He was later seen working with the Fisherman during Infinite Crisis.

Murmur was also one of the villains sent to retrieve the Get Out of Hell Free Card from the Secret Six.

Stats

Strength: 2
Intelligence: 8
Willpower: 7
Speed: 4
Durability: 8
Personality: 5

Powers

Murmur has unusual blood chemistry, which makes him immune to lethal injection and the frenzy virus.

Abilities

He is an expert with knives.
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Peek-a-Boo



Race: Human
Gender: Female
Class: None

Peek-a-Boo started out as Lashawn Baez, a grad student at Central City Medical School, who put aside her studies to take care of her father Tomas Baez when he got ill. Tomas was in desperate need of a kidney transplant. Lashawn tried to donate hers, but the procedure activated her latent metagene, granting her teleportation powers, but making her unable to donate her kidney due to the fact that she teleported whenever she was touched. Lashawn decided that she would use her powers to find a matching donor organ for her father.

As Peek-a-Boo, she snuck into Central City Hospital to steal a kidney. However, she accidentally destroyed a lab because her powers were still unstable and dangerous. A random teleport was unintentionally set off by a doctor grabbing her arm, causing an implosion where she disappeared, and nearly killing the surprised surgeon. Peek-a-Boo was then forced to fight the Flash and his ally Cyborg. They were able to defeat her after much difficulty with a wall of white sound generated by Cyborg's arm, coupled with disorientation from being teleported hundreds of times a second when the Flash deliberately triggered her powers. The Flash later returned the kidney to the hospital, and Lashawn was convicted and sent to Iron Heights. The Flash tried repeatedly to intercede on her behalf, but warden Gregory Wolfe insisted on following the strict letter of the law, going so far as to drug Lashawn whenever anyone outside came to interview her.

As a result of Gorilla Grodd's attack on the Iron Heights facility, Peek-a-Boo was able to escape along with many other Rogues. Lashawn went directly to Central City Hospital in order to check on her father. Tomas Baez' doctors had been able to find a new kidney in time, but his ailing body rejected it, and Lashawn was just in time to sit with him as he died. When the Flash appeared at the hospital, sick with grief and embittered by her incarceration, Lashawn furiously revealed that she had originally intended to become a hero like the Flash whom she had idolized. But after being branded as a Rogue by the Flash, she rejected him and all he stood for. Nevertheless, Lashawn later saved the life of Flash's wife Linda Park when she was injured in a fight between them. Lashawn then turned herself in to the police believing she had nothing left to live for, and currently remains in their custody.

Stats

Strength: 2
Intelligence: 8
Willpower: 5
Speed: 10
Durability: 2
Personality: 7

Powers

(A display of her powers)


Teleportation: Peek-a-Boo can teleport by breaking down her molecular structure and then re-assembling her body elsewhere possibly by unconsciously entangling her molecules with molecules local to her destination. Whenever someone touches her, she teleports a short distance away, this makes her difficult to capture. Peek-a-Boo's teleportation powers can create dangerous implosions at their exit point if she isn't careful.

Abilities

Medical Science: Lashawn has an advanced knowledge of medicine and first aid.


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Pied Piper





Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Hartley Rathaway was born deaf to incredibly rich parents. After his hearing was medically restored, he was amazed by music and sound. He developed a vast knowledge of sonics, and using this knowledge, fought the Flash as the Pied Piper.

Piper once suffered a nervous breakdown after the Flash apprehended him, so he was sent to Breedmore Mental Hospital to be treated. He apparently improved to the point where they let him use his technical knowledge to fix the hospital's public address system. However, he used this to release hypersonic waves into the hospital, allowing him to escape. However, he was apprehended by someone resembling Reverse-Flash in a matter of minutes.

Piper reformed, however, and, living in New York, put his efforts into helping the homeless. He would go around to stores and restaurants to get food to give homeless citizens every night. One of his many efforts to help the homeless was with Freespace, a squatter's rights group who took over abandoned buildings.

When Wally West decided to move to Keystone City, Piper helped him out. His parents lived in Keystone, and had always tolerated his adventures as an outlaw until one of his more recent doings. However, he had recently received a letter from his mother inviting him back. He took her up on the offer, only to find that his family was being held hostage by some men who had been hired by the Turtle to recover an account book his father had hoped to use to settle some money problems. However, Piper defeated the Turtle's men and redeemed himself in the eyes of his parents. He decided to stay in Keystone to help them recover.

Piper, who has since publicly announced his homosexuality, became a great friend of Wally West's, and often contributed to the Flash's escapades with his technical expertise or acting as an informant.

Piper played a key role in helping to stop Kobra's Project Morpheus. He aided Linda Park in tracking his power sources and providing sonic weapons.

Piper was framed for the murder of his own parents, who were actually killed by the Mirror Master. This clearly put a great strain on the two Rogues' relationship.

With the loss of his family and the disappearance of Wally and Linda, Piper fell back in with the Rogues. When Inertia gathered them together in a plot to rob the new Flash of his speed, Piper was among their ranks. However, the others were hesitant about including him, considering his past collaboration with the Flash. As a show of faith, he hypnotized a wealthy businessman into wiring his fortune to the Mirror Master and jumping into the ocean. However, he had not entirely abandoned his former ways - the businessman was well-known for taking advantage of the elderly, and after Mirror Master had confirmed the amount in his account, he had it transferred to a charity for homeless children. The Trickster, figuring out Piper's true motives, blackmailed Rathaway into transferring the money to him instead.

Piper attempted to turn the Rogues against Inertia once he realized that he had used them for his own purpose. However, he was unable to distract them from killing the Flash. Knowing that he would be considered just as guilty as the rest of the Rogues, he and the Trickster decided to work together to stay out of sight. Wanting to pay his respects to the fallen speedster, Piper brought a reluctant Trickster to the Flash's funeral. However, after a speech by Wonder Girl stressing the importance of capturing the Rogues, the two fled and decided and go their separate ways. Outside, they were shot by Multiplex and Deadshot.

Ultimately Trickster and Piper were arrested and handcuffed together. However, the two escape. Both Piper and Trickster are then pursued relentlessly by both heroes and villains alike. Eventually the two encountered Piper's former friend of the newly-returned previous Flash, Wally West. Wally confines the two at the Green Arrow/Black Canary wedding, despite the warnings that Deathstroke is planning an all-out assault at the occasion. The two manage to escape the wedding assault, inadvertently picking up Double Down as a passenger. The trio stop at a diner, and hears of Double Down's news of both less and well-known villains being disappeared. The three are then attacked by the Suicide Squad. Double Down is captured, but Piper and Trickster, using an invisibility field decide to follow the Squad and free the other captured villains. Once arriving to their destination (Belle Reve) they encountered and freed Two-Face, and then learning from him about the fates of Earth's villain being exile from the planet. Though Two-Face decided to remain in Belle Reve due to a coin-toss, Trickster and Piper escaped and are again attacked by Deadshot, who pursues them relentlessly until he succeeds in murdering Trickster. With Trickster's death, the cuffs activate a 24-hour self-destruct, which Piper is able to delay with his flute.

When the train they are on is submitted to a border check, Piper flees into the desert. Delirious from the heat, he begins to imagine Trickster's corpse is talking to him. After severing the hand from the rest of the corpse, Piper is brought to Apokolips by Desaad. Desaad unlocks the shackles, and claims that Piper can channel the Anti-Life Equation and control the planet. Before the Piper can do so, Brother Eye finishes assimilating Apokolips.

Desaad finally gets into Brother Eye's control and convinces Piper to play his flute in order to activate the Anti-Life Equation. Piper agrees to play, but upon hearing that Desaad was the mastermind behind his recent misfortune, in an almost successful attempt to break his spirit and taking control over him, he kills Desaad with a tune. He plays one final time for Brother Eye, a swan song, The Show Must Go On by Queen, that blows up the merged entity Brother Eye/Apokolips, with him still trapped inside, apparently left to die. However, he is later seen alive in the streets of Gotham City, saying that if he was allowed to live for some reason, this time he will play on the side of angels.

Piper invaded Keystone City's police precinct, and picks up Trickster's will, which is actually a fake that contains information on the other Rogues, written in invisible ink. He then surprises the Rogues, Zoom, and Kid Zoom. Immobilizing them before he is stabbed from behind in the shoulder by Libra. Although wounded, Piper is able to contribute in the killing of Inertia, by holding him in place for the Rogues with his flute. Piper is later mentioned to have turned himself in to the Central City Police Department.

Stats

Strength: 2
Intelligence: 8
Willpower: 4
Speed: 7
Durability: 3
Personality: 10

Powers

(His Flute)


Enhanced Hearing: being born deaf he was treated and medically given his hearing, later on with he genius level knowledge of sonics he further augmented his hearing artificially.

Anti-Life Equation Manipulation via Sound: its has been revealed that his powers to manipulate others through sound are due to his ability to manipulate the Anti-Life Equation. Though seen as a rudimentary control by the likes of Libra, the power is remarkably effective as he finds new and innovative ways to manipulate people and things using sound.
Abilities

Genius-Level Intellect (Sonic Tech): A genius of sonic theories and sound-based sonic technology.

Master Musician: through the study of sound Hartley has become a master of flute based composition, showing a unmatched skill in the instrument as well as creating songs with seamless effort

Equipment

Pied Piper Flute: Rathaway has crafted his own sophisticated flute capable of hypnotizing anyone within range of its sound. He can make anyone do what ever he wants of them, and can even make himself 'invisible' to other's perception. Initially this technique only worked on humans, but during his incarceration in Iron Heights, he has perfected it to work on rats as well, adding another similarity to his legendary namesake. Later, he learned to manipulate technology.

Sonic Devices: Rathaway also employs a number of devices that can generate or amplify sound for destructive purposes.

Sonic Tuning Fork: capable of sending out a sound the causes paralysis in those who hear it.
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Tar Pit





Race: Spirit Artifact (Human trapped in Asphalt)
Gender: Male
Class: None

Joey Monteleone was the younger brother of Jack "the Candyman" Monteleone, Keystone's leader in illegal drug trafficing. Like his brother, Joey didn't much care for following the law and used his ability to astral project into inanimate objects to cause chaos. Eventually, his consciousness got stuck in a bunch of asphalt and he became known as Tar Pit.

Tar Pit first got the Flash's attention by trying to steal the Stanley Cup from a Keystone Combines game. The Flash was thrown off guard by the fumes and stickiness of Tar Pit's new body but managed to hold his own thanks to an assist from Captain Cold. When Joey attacked Cold and several other bystanders, the scarlet speedster quickly rounded up a truckload of tardisolving solvent and sprayed the crowd, protecting them from being burned or sufficated at Tar Pit's hands. Not the brightest bulb in the box, Joey attempted to stop the Flash by ripping the hose that was connected to the truck in two. He succeeded...and ended up disolving most of himself in the process.

Tar Pit apparently managed to escape from Iron Heights and returned to battle the Flash. Along with Plunder, Trickster II and Abra Kadabra, Tar Pit attacked the Flash Day parade. He was defeated by Jay Garrick, who stretched the Rogue out at super speed.

Joey reappeared once again to cause trouble for the Flash, this time during the Rogue War. Anticipating Captain Cold's refusal to join him, the Top used his hypnotic powers to recruit the "new kids," including Tar Pit. Tar Pit alternated between battling the Flash, Captain Cold and Heat Wave. However, Zoom arrived and ended their fight with a sonic boom creating snap. The remaining Rogues made an uneasy truce and Mirror Master helped Tar Pit escape when he regained consciousness.

Tar Pit was among the villains imprisoned on Planet Salvation during Salvation Run. He made it back to earth safely. During the events of Blackest Night, he had been helping Captain Boomerang confront his father who is now a Black Lantern. He was chosen since he was in no danger of being attacked by the Black Lanterns.

Stats

Strength: 10
Intelligence: 1
Willpower: 8
Speed: 4
Durability: 10
Personality: 1

Powers

Tar Pit is made of tar. His body can heat up to 900 degrees, and gives off toxic fumes. He is extremely sticky, and able to reform his body.
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Double Down





Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Jeremy Tell was a con artist and compulsive gambler. One night, after losing all his money in a game, Tell murdered the high winning gambler. A mystically "cursed deck of cards" the murdered man owned animated and flew at Tell, cleaving and bonding to his skin. They have replaced most of his flesh, and cover most of his body. Tell can, either mentally or mystically, control these cards, detaching them from his body and directing their movement. He can use a card's razor edges to cut through things, or to encase someone with his cards.

When Murmur released his Frenzy virus at Iron Heights, Flash (Wally West) and Piper were sent to investigate the cause of the virus. During the prison's mass breakout, Tell, who was serving time for murder, assault and fraud, was freed and met Piper. Tell used a card to cover his mouth to prevent him from using his flute and used the rest to slice his clothes. Piper then shoved his flute into Tell's mouth and punched his gut, forcing him to blow on the instrument. The resulting sonic blast knocked him unconscious and he was taken back to solitary confinement.

After escaping Iron Heights, he and Girder were both hired by Penguin to help him establish a crime ring in Keystone City, but was stopped by Flash and Nightwing.

On the battle on the wedding day of Green Arrow and Black Canary, Double Down hid in the backseat of a car and unexpectedly escaped with Piper and Trickster and at first held them at knife-point to help him in joining in their escape. At a roadside diner, Double Down wants to join the two in their run from the law, mentioning the disappearances of several villains. The three are then attacked by the Suicide Squad, in which Double Down was defeated and captured.

Stats

Strength: 4
Intelligence: 6
Willpower: 5
Speed: 6
Durability: 4
Personality: 9

Powers

(A display of his power)


Double Down’s skin has been replaced by a “cursed deck of cards”. He is able to psionically control the cards, detaching them from his body and directing their movement. He can use a card's razor edges to cut through objects, or encase an opponent with his cards.
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Girder



(Sometimes has this written on his chest)


Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Steelworker Tony Woodward caused a riot at a steel plant after he assaulted a female employee. Angry coworkers threw Tony into a vat of molten steel. The liquid steel included recycled scraps from experiments performed by S.T.A.R. Labs. These scraps somehow turned Tony's body into living metal, which has incredible resistance from harm and grants him superhuman strength. The major drawback was that the steel body began to rust when exposed to oxygen. He was eventually arrested for robbery and sent to Iron Heights.

After escaping Iron Heights, he joined up with Blacksmith and her Rogues to take over Keystone City and Central City. While a member of her rogues, Magenta used her powers to keep Girder from rusting and Girder, having an "attraction," made unwanted advances towards her. After making another crude pass, Magenta ripped Girder in half. His body was welded together and Girder was taken back to Iron Heights.

One year after the battle with Alexander Luthor and Superboy-Prime, Girder was seen in San Francisco fighting the Teen Titans, but was defeated.

He was among the villains recruited by Tapeworm to ambush the JSA.

Girder was imprisoned in Iron Heights, but was freed by the resurrected Captain Boomerang to distract the guards so he could speak to the similarly resurrected Professor Zoom.

Stats

Strength: 10
Intelligence: 2
Willpower: 7
Speed: 4
Durability: 10
Personality: 1

Powers

(Girder showing his strength by breaking his cuffs)


Enhanced Physique: Girder is made of metal (iron). He is highly resistant to damage, though he is constantly rusting away. This gives him superhuman strength and durability.
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Doctor Alchemy (Albert Desmond)





Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: Sorcerer/Wizard

Albert Desmond suffered from multiple personality disorder where, like Two-Face, one side was a harmless citizen, the other personality was a dark criminal. Utilizing his knowledge of chemistry, Desmond began his criminal debut under the guise of Mister Element. After being sent to jail by Flash, Desmond somehow found the Philosopher's Stone, which had the ability to transmute one element to another. After using the Stone to escape, Desmond restarted his criminal career under the new moniker of Doctor Alchemy and clashed with Flash many times, but was defeated every time.

Eventually, Desmond's good personality resurfaced and he quit crime and hid the Stone. However, a new Doctor Alchemy appeared, who turned out to be Alvin Desmond, Albert's identical twin whom he shares a psychic link with. It was later revealed that the "twin" was a construct of Albert's evil by the Stone itself. The construct was eliminated, though Albert became Doctor Alchemy again and joined the rogues.

Stats

Strength: 2
Intelligence: 9
Willpower: 5
Speed: 6
Durability: 3
Personality: 9

Powers

None

Equipment

(Philosopher's Stone in Doctor Alchemy's hand)


Philosopher's Stone = The Philosopher's Stone is the chosen weapon of Albert Desmond, aka Mister Element and Doctor Alchemy. It possesses the ability to reconstuct the molecular properties of inanimate matter into the properties of another element.


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The Reverse Flash aka Professor Zoom (Eobard Thawne)





Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Professor Zoom, also known as Reverse-Flash is the arch-nemesis of the Flash. He is a twisted sociopathic criminal with a brilliant mind and super-speed. Eobard Thawne was born in the 25th Century and travels through time to do battle with his most hated enemy. He has also been a member of the Secret Society of Super-Villains.

Eobard Thawne was born in the 25th Century. His parents genetically engineered him to be highly intelligent and to have a particular appearance. However, as he grew up, they become concerned about his lack of social skills and tendency to daydream, which was frowned upon in a their very regimented society. Hoping that helping to take care of a sibling would help Eobard adjust, his parents had a second son, Robern. Eobard struggled to manage his little brother and he would be reprimanded by their parents for yelling at him.

Eobard spent so much time in social bonding sessions and psychological analyses with Robern that he fell far behind in his own studies. As a result, his application to study the Speed Force at the Flash Museum was rejected. Eobard illegally began doing his own research on the subject. However, he was caught by Robern, now an officer in the Science Police.

A future version of Eobard traveled into the past and prevented Robern from being born. This allowed Eobard to focus completely on his studies. He successfully was admitted to study at the Flash Museum. Another scientist, Professor Drake, announced that he was on the verge of proving the existence of the Speed Force. Eobard offered to collaborate with him, but was refused. Again, a future version of himself traveled through time and killed Drake.

In the newly created timeline, Eobard was appointed professor of the Flash Museum. His knowledge of the Speed Force caused his peers to nickname him Professor Zoom. However, his research was unsuccessful and he was unable to tap into the Speed Force. Eventually, his parents grew concerned and instigated the closure of the Flash Museum. Again, his future self interfered with the timeline and caused the deaths of his parents, allowing him to continue his research.

Eobard fell in love with a reporter who had been hired to inteview him. However, he learned that she was engaged. His future self interfered yet again, killing the reporter's fiance and eventually every man who she had ever dated. However, she did not return Eobard's affections. Finally, his future self traumatized the reporter when she was a child, causing her to be mute and institutionalized for the rest of her life.

Eoabrd longed for the heroic age of the 20th century. Foremost among the super-heroes, in his mind, was Barry Allen, the second Flash. He worshiped him as a hero and as a friend. He knew everything about Barry, keeping a collection of memorabilia about his hero. At the center was Barry's biography, The Life Story of the Flash by Iris Allen. Barry's life became as real to Eobard as did his own. He underwent a Plastomorph operation to make himself look like Barry. One day, he came across Barry's cosmic treadmill in an antique store. He killed the cashier in order to acquire this Holy Grail of Flash collectibles. Now, Eobard had the means to meet his idol. All he had to do then was to somehow duplicate the reaction that gave Barry his superspeed. The ordeal cost him his fortune and shaved years off his life, but he knew that he now had the chance to become Barry's friend and partner. Grabbing the biography for an autograph, Eobard set off to the 20th century on the treadmill.

However, the treadmill's calibration had been affected by the centuries of not being used. It miscalculated his arrival, and Eobard appeared several years after Barry's death, when Wally West was the Flash. His journey had been pointless, or so he thought. Eobard visited the Flash Museum. There, he learned that he was destined to become the Flash's greatest villain: Professor Zoom.

This drove Eobard mad. He began to honestly believe he was Barry Allen. He showed up at Wally's door on Christmas Eve dressed as Barry. For several months, he patrolled the streets of Central and Keystone Cities with Wally as the Flash. Everything went well and everyone was happy until he began to go mad again. During one battle with the Combine, a Combine agent started to brag that he had killed the Flash after blasting Wally with a cannon. Eobard began to beat him up, saying, "I'm the Flash!" This is when Wally realized that something was wrong, that he was not Barry.

After leaving Wally to die in a Combine trap, Thawne began to completely turn around, fighting Green Lantern, Jay Garrick, Max Mercury, and Johnny Quick. Finally, after finding the biography that Eobard had brought with him in an alley, Wally deduced the villain's true identity. In a showdown at the Flash Museum, Thawne switched to the predominantly yellow costume of his future self, Professor Zoom. Finally, Wally managed to trick Zoom into returning to his own era on the cosmic treadmill. Now powerless, Thawne retained no memories of this journey--but he was left with a deep and bitter hatred for Barry Allen.

Thawne began a career as a criminal in his home era. The police department and his fellow crooks knew him as the "Professor" due to his scientific leanings. The Flash remained one of his favorite characters of history, but now he hated him because the hero stood for law and justice and he stood for the reverse.

One day in 2463, a time capsule materialized out of the air. Inside were many relics from the 20th century, including a genuine costume used by the Flash. He amplified the super-speed wave patterns contained in the suit using a simple 25th century technique, giving him super-speed when he put in on. He dyed the costume the reverse in color of its original hues. Naming himself Professor Zoom, he decided to become the greatest criminal in human history. His first crime was to steal the famous Cribi sculptures. However, Barry Allen, on a rescue mission to destroy an atomic clock that was also in the time capsule and had become an atomic bomb during time travel, stopped Zoom.

Zoom escaped prison and was determined to regain his powers, since the Flash had taken his suit from him. He discovered a new element, Element Z, which granted him superspeed when he wore a locket containing the substance around his neck. However, the element was not stable, and he lost his powers after a short amount of time. Determine to fix this flaw, Zoom sent his astral image backward in time and contacted Al Desmond, the reformed Flash villain once known as Mr. Element and Dr. Alchemy and one of the most knowledgeable scholars on elements in history. Here, he forced Desmond to mix a radioactive substance which would send Zoom's physical body to the 20th Century as well. The malevolent speedster then forced Desmond, against his will, to reprise his old Mr. Element persona and commit several crimes, so that he would be willing to help Zoom out by purifying Element Z. Once this was complete, Zoom used the Cosmic Treadmill to return to his own era, where he attempted to blackmail the government by threatening to release dangerous prisoners from jail with his newfound superspeed unless he received vast sums of money. However, the Flash followed him to the 25th Century, where Zoom was defeated. He was sent back to prison and his locket taken away.

While in prison, Zoom did a great deal of research in the field of ultra-speed, developing radiation which could compel others to do evil, enable him to read and control the minds of others, as well as granting and taking away superspeed. After he had served his sentence for a year, he was subjected to a test which determined his level of rehabilitation. Because he had previously tampered with the device that was used to administer this test, he passed with the highest possible rating and was released from jail. Building his own Cosmic Treadmill and using his new ultra-speed science to regain his powers, he traveled back to the 20th Century to test his evildoing radiation on Al Desmond, with whom he had become fascinated after their previous encounter. While in this era, Zoom used his mind control radiation to cause the city officials of Central City to ban superspeed within city limits, thereby creating a great amount of difficulty for his law-abiding foe, the Flash. The Scarlet Speedster was captured, and Zoom summoned Desmond, who had resumed his identity as Mr. Element, to kill their common enemy. However, Element had given himself a post-hypnotic suggestion to save the speedster, which he did by destroying the device which was keeping the Flash hostage. Zoom was shocked at this betrayal, and the Flash took this opportunity to land a mighty punch, knocking him out. As this caused the vibrations which kept him in the 20th Century to cease, Zoom returned to his own era, where the authorities found him, unconscious.

Zoom was placed in a prison enclosed by invincible radiation, even feeding him radiation, so that no one would ever need to go in his cell. However, he used the radiation of the cell to increase his mental capacity, to the point where he could actually follow through with his most recent twisted plan. Wanting to enjoy the double life of Barry Allen, he used his enhanced brain power to switch places with the Flash, sending him to the 20th century and Barry into his own cell in the future. Changing Barry's electric shaver into a matter distributor, Zoom changed his face to make it look like Barry's. Of all nights, this happened to be the night before Barry's wedding to Iris West. However, in the future, the real Barry escaped the radiation cell by using his costume ring's chemical formula to have a shrinking effect on the energy wall, and then vibrated through it. He traveled back to the 20th century, where he broke up his own wedding, which was in progress, and took Zoom outside, where they battled. After the Flash defeated Zoom, the authorities from the future whisked Zoom back to his own era for conviction.

While in prison, Zoom created syntho-steeds, synthetic horses used to replace the real things, which had become extinct. The horserace-watching public was so pleased that Zoom eventually received a full pardon for his crimes and was released. However, Zoom had become enamored with the Raxalus wings, a priceless piece of art on display in Central City. He began an elaborate plot to acquire it by sending one of his syntho-steeds through time to the 20th century. Here, it terrorized the city, and neither the Flash nor Green Lantern could stop it. However, they were able to determine that the steed was from the future. They traveled to the 25th century, where they enlisted Zoom's aid in stopping the beast. He agreed, on the condition that Green Lantern steal the Raxalus wings for him. The two heroes reluctantly agreed, and so Flash and Zoom returned to the 20th century to battle the syntho-steed while Green Lantern stayed in the future to steal the sculpture. Everyone was successful. However, the Raxalus wings were yellow and thus were destroyed when the Green Lantern attempted to carry them back through time without being able to protect them with his ring. A frustrated Zoom accidentally confessed to his crime and he was taken back to the 25th century.
The Deadly Secret of the Flash/The Thousand-Year Separation!

Scientists in Zoom's era discovered a deadly form of energy known as cosma-spurs. When he learned of them, he knew he had to return to the 20th century to use them on his foe, the Flash. This he did by creating a system of tornadoes laced with cosma-spur radiation which threatened to destroy Central City. The Scarlet Speedster arrived on the scene, but was caught in a twister and would have been killed had he not vibrated into an intangible state. Meanwhile, Zoom began impersonating Barry Allen, hoping to take his place as Iris's husband. Iris eventually deduced that he was not Barry, almost immediately before Barry himself was finally able to revert back to his tangible form and defeat his impostor. However, before he was defeated, Zoom implanted a lethal energy-flux in Iris's body which would cause the destruction of the universe if she came in contact with her husband's aura. To prevent this, Jay Garrick and Doctor Fate whisked her away and attempted to cure her. When they failed, they sent her to the 30th century, hoping that she could be cured by her biological parents, Eric and Fran Russell. The Flash eventually tracked her down, only to discover that Zoom was also in the 30th century and had convinced Iris to marry him in exchange for sparing all of existence. However, after battling Zoom, the Flash discovered how to neutralize the energy-flux in Iris. Zoom escaped.

At some point, the authorities temporarily released Zoom from prison to help fight Cobalt Blue. However, during this battle, he came in contact with the villain's gem, causing the Thawne family hatred of the Allen family to boil to the surface. He then focused his attention on attacking a nearby police officer, Simogyn Allen. However, Zoom was stopped by a time traveling Wally West, but made a getaway and ran to the Flash Museum. Here, he used the Cosmic Treadmill to travel to the 30th Century, where he hoped to claim the gem for himself. However, Zoom was followed by Wally, who quickly defeated him and returned him to prison in his home era.

Zoom was magically summoned to this 20th century from his own era by the Wizard, who recruited him to join the Secret Society of Super-Villains. Along with with Plant Master, Blockbuster, and Star Sapphire, they stole a trans-spacial transponder from S.T.A.R. Labs, which they planned to use to transport themselves to Wizard's home dimension of Earth-Two and conquer it. Zoom, who was recruited in part because of his technological expertise, was put in charge of operating the machine. However, things did not go as planned, and the team of villains arrived on Earth-Three, home of the Crime Syndicate of America. The Wizard determined that they could travel to the correct world by collecting three tokens of power so that he could cast a spell to break down the dimensional barrier. Zoom was tasked with obtaining one of the tokens, the ring of Power Ring. He was successful, as were his teammates, and the Society arrived on Earth-Two, at the headquarters of the Injustice Society. Wizard began summoning members of the Justice Society of America one at a time and had his teammates battle them. While Blockbuster fought Atom, Zoom and Plant Master defeated Doctor Mid-Nite. When Zoom demanded to know when they would begin to fight more powerful members of the JSA, Wizard explained that he wanted to take out the second-stringers first.

During an adventure in which members of the Society switched bodies with members of the Justice League of America, Zoom and his teammates learned the secret identities of the various Justice League members. In order to protect their loved ones, the League had Zatanna magically erase this information from their minds.

Using the alias "Mr. Zyx" and appearing invisible by vibrating his molecules at superspeed, Zoom contacted Central City's corrupt police chief Matthew Paulson, who he convinced to steal heroin that had been confiscated by the police. He then planned to stabilize the drug, packaging it with powdered milk manufactured at a factory he was using as a hideout, with the ultimate goal of creating a vast number of addicts who would do his bidding.

Zoom fell in love with Barry's wife, Iris. One day, he came to her and asked her to either leave Barry for him or die. At a costume party the next day, Zoom asked Iris what she had decided. She slapped him, saying that even if she didn't love Barry so much, she would never let him lay a hand on her. Zoom had one of his henchman drug Barry with "angel-dust." Barry felt dazed and Iris went to get him a glass of water. She entered a room where the deranged convict, Clive Yorkin was hiding out. Here, Zoom vibrated to invisibility and slipped his vibrating hand through Iris' skull, fatally damaging the molecules in her brain. Obviously, all the evidence pointed to Yorkin.

Zoom finally revealed himself to Barry, claiming to know the identity of Iris's killer and leading him on a chase across the world. Ultimately, the villain fitted the Flash with pair of heavy matter boots and left him to sink to his death in the Earth's molten core. The speedster escaped, however, and went to Zoom's home era to learn who killed his wife using 25th Century historical records. In his nemesis's absence, Zoom posed as the Flash and brought Paulson to the police, wanting to take full control of his heroin ring, and briefly fought the Green Lantern. He also booby-trapped the Cosmic Treadmill, hoping to kill the Flash when he returned to the present.

However, Barry survived. Although his trip to the future had been unsuccessful, based on security video of Iris's murder, he determined that Zoom was the killer, as only a person with super-speed could commit a murder invisibly. He chased Zoom through the ocean to Zoom's cosmic-powered time-tripper. They went backwards through time, and Barry left Zoom to face doom alone.

After years of trying various vibrational frequencies, Zoom was finally able to free himself from his extra-dimensional prison. On the day that Barry Allen was supposed to marry Fiona Webb, Zoom left a message for his nemesis at the Flash Museum, telling him to meet him at the house where Barry and Iris used to live. At this moment, he was snatched up by his successor from the future, the second Zoom, and brought several years into the future. Since the newer Zoom's powers left him unable to operate the Cosmic Treadmill, he requested that the Professor operate it for him so that they could force Wally West to watch the attack on his wife that resulted in the deaths of their unborn twins over and over again. Thawne, with vague memories of his first encounter with Wally, was happy to comply. However, Barry soon showed up, bringing Thawne back to his own time. Soon after, Barry, desperate to save Fiona's life, clotheslined Zoom at super-speed. The sudden stop snapped Zoom's neck, killing him instantly.

Afterwards, five Rogues, Captain Boomerang, Captain Cold, Pied Piper, Weather Wizard, and Trickster, stole Zoom's corpse from the morgue and held a special ceremony atop an isolated column of rock thirty miles north of Central City. They destroyed his coffin in rage, cursing him for having been killed by their nemesis. He was buried at Avernus, the hidden graveyard of the Rogues.

Zoom has been impersonated at least twice after his death. Once by Abra Kadabra during Barry Allen's trial, and later by Wally West in a ploy to trick Kadabra and Replicant. Several years later, police profiler Hunter Zolomon adopted Zoom's costume and became the second Zoom, dropping the "Professor" title from his name.

During Blackest Night, Thawne's corpse returned as a member of the Black Lantern Corps, resurrected by a power ring. This version called himself the new Black Flash. He immediately sought out the Flash and began tormenting him to feed on his emotions. This version was only the reanimated corpse of Zoom, and did not have any memories from after its own death. It was not aware that an alternate version of Zoom has since reappeared, or that the Flash died and came back. Although he called Barry out for murdering him and compromising the morals that made him a hero, the Flash calmed himself down from the encounter, and evaded him.

Zoom returned with Black Lantern versions of Kid Flash and Solovar to battle Barry, Wally West, and Saint Walker. In the midst of the fight, Zoom's body suddenly became encased in ice, exactly at the moment when a cold grenade belonging to Captain Cold was set off in Iron Heights, which housed an incarcerated future version of Zoom.

During the final battle with Nekron, Zoom was resurrected by a white light. Almost immediately, he disappeared, claiming that he was "going home".

Eobard learned that his old nemesis Barry Allen had died, sacrificing himself heroically to save the universe during the first Crisis. Enraged that his enemy had died with such dignity, Professor Zoom sent a subliminal message to Barry, who had briefly emerged from the Speed Force, that his return was greatly needed.[40] This ultimately engineered Barry's return during the final Crisis.

Thawne then broke into the Central City crime lab, murdered two police scientists, and recreated the accident which originally had granted Barry his speed. This resulted in the creation of the Negative Speed Force. Zoom then traveled through time on a personal vendetta against Barry Allen. He pushed a young Barry down the stairs, burned down his childhood home, left the door open so his dog was hit by a car, murdered his mother, and attempted to stop his son's marriage in the 30th Century. He also brutally attacked Abra Kadabra and did something unnatural to the jungles near Gorilla City.

Zoom's creation of the Negative Speed Force resulted in the death of the Black Flash and turned Barry Allen into its successor. Barry's touch resulted in the deaths of Savitar and Christina Alexandrova. The Justice League and Justice Society built a device to separate Barry from the Speed Force. Not wanting to hurt his loved ones, Barry escaped and ran into the Speed Force. Here, he witnessed the death of Johnny Quick. His murderer was none other than Zoom, who finally revealed himself to Barry. He was wearing a new costume, with the direction of his lightning bolt reversed.

He then trapped Barry and the revived Max Mercury inside the negative Speed Force. After boasting of his actions, he went to attack Wally West's kids, Jai and Irey. He attempted to kill them through their connection to the Speed Force, only to be stopped by Jay Garrick and Kid Flash, who took the fight to a nearby parade honoring the Flash in the streets of Central City. He defeated Jay and prepared to kill Bart before Max and Barry, who had been freed from the Speed Force by Wally West, arrived and took the fight to him.

The fight was soon joined by Jesse Chambers and Irey, now with a full connection to the Speed Force and taking up the mantles of Jesse Quick and Impulse. Zoom pulled Barry away and revealed that he caused everything horrible that had happened to Barry, including the death of his mother. He then decided to destroy everything by killing Barry's wife, Iris, on the evening of their first date.

As Barry chased after Zoom, Wally joined him in the time barrier. Doing so, they reached Zoom, becoming the lightning bolt that turned Barry into the Flash as they were able to stop Zoom from preventing killing Iris. The Flashes pushed Zoom back through time, showing Zoom confronting past and future. Returning to the present, the Flashes tossed him in the device that had been built to sever Barry's connection to Speed Force. It had the same effect on Zoom. He was bound tightly and imprisoned in the Iron Heights. From the next cell, Hunter Zolomon spoke to him, saying they could help each other be better.

Stats

Strength: 4
Intelligence: 7
Willpower: 4
Speed: 10
Durability: 2
Personality: 5

Powers

(The things they must do to keep him imprisoned)


Superhuman Speed: Professor Zoom is able to move and travel at super human speeds. He can travel up to speeds of 7,500,000 m.p.h., deliver hundreds of blows a second, walk on water, create cyclones and vibrate his molecules super fast to pass through solid objects.

Superhuman Agility

Superhuman Reflexes

Negative Speed Force Conduit: Eobard created his own Speed Force the same way Barry created the normal Speed Force. By duplicating the incident that granted the latter his powers, Professor Zoom was able to create his own Negative Speed Force by generating it through kinetic energy. Eobard can tap into it as normal speedsters can with the normal Speed Force and can apparently shut off their connection to the latter by "contaminating" it with negative energy. Through this, he has the ability to create multiple after images like Hunter Zolomon, the modern day Zoom, and can travel through and alter time (a feat which most speedsters were never capable of achieving).

Abilities

Enhanced Intellect: Though not a skilled combatant, his brilliant mind led him to use his speed dangerously.

Weaknesses

Criminal Insanity

Equipment

An assortment of advanced 25th Century technology.

Costume once belonging to the Flash with the super-speed wave patterns amplified -- once used to grant Zoom superspeed.

Locket containing Element Z -- once used to grant Zoom superspeed.


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Fallout



(in suit only in earth 50 right now)


The tale of former mason Neil Borman is a sad one. He and his team were hired to do some additional work on a nuclear power plant they had helped construct. An explosion destroyed the floor they were working on, and they fell into the reactor’s cooling system. His co-workers died, but Neil was transformed into a walking reactor core.

Confused, Neil went to the wife and son he had brought along for a tour, not knowing he was putting out enough radiation to kill them instantly. Once he realized he had killed them, he turned himself in.
At that point the record becomes hazy, mainly because someone erased it. He was taken to Iron Heights for holding, but instead of building a radiation-proof cell, they placed him in the generator room, hooking him up to the prison’s power grid. “Fallout” was trapped, in constant pain, and forgotten.

When a deadly virus broke out in the prison, many of its excesses were discovered by the Flash. He didn’t have time to investigate immediately, but notified the authorities. The prison’s warden anticipated their visit, and had Fallout removed for the day. Fallout took the opportunity to escape, heading for his family’s graves.

The Flash made a deal with Fallout to prevent any further deaths. At the very least he had to be quarantined, and needed a way to release his energy safely. S.T.A.R. Labs rigged up an isolation chamber with modified solar panels and the trappings of a normal room. Fallout is again powering Iron Heights, but at least he’s no longer in pain, and has regained at least some human dignity.

Stats

Strength: 4
Intelligence: 5
Willpower: 6
Speed: 5
Durability: 6
Personality: 8

Powers

(Fallout powering Iron Heights)


Fallout releases vast quantities of nuclear radiation.

Fallout is able to power a a city block using his radiation. This power is currently used to power Iron Heights.
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Mister Atom





Race: Robot
Gender: Male
Class: None

Dr. Charles Langley is the man responsible for creating Mr. Atom. Langley believed he could create artificial life through atomic energy. Langley built a gigantic robot body that he intended to bring to life through a gradual process. However, his calculations were wrong and the robot suddenly came to life through an explosion that not only gave Mr. Atom fantastic powers, but programmed him with great knowledge.

Leaving Langley among the debris of his wrecked laboratory, the atomic robot went forth into the world of men. Seeing how much mightier he was than they, he determined to become Earth's ruler. The people could serve him or perish - it made no difference to him, because he was untinged with human feeling. He would kill without mercy or remorse.

Meanwhile, Captain Marvel saved Langley, and the scientist told him of his robot, so he was forewarned when he went to battle a creature at the UN who was demanding the allegiance of the Earth - and who had already killed one delegate with a blast of atomic power. Through two encounters, the pair fought one another to a draw. Then they each struck one last mighty blow - and Captain Marvel won. Mr. Atom was contained in a thick - walled lead underground prison from which he could not escape - yet Cap himself could not destroy him.

Sometime later, beings from a giant comet freed Mr Atom and teamed up with him to subjugate Earth - though they planned to destroy him once it was done. To demonstrate his power, Mr. Atom began destroying a town - but was stopped by Captain Marvel. He and the Comet men headed for the comet by spaceship, only to see it blow up. Mr.Atom insisted the beings help him conquer Earth anyway, and this led to an almighty battle in which it appeared they were all destroyed.

However, Mr Atom had not been killed, but hurled 100 years into the future, to a world where almost everything was run by atomic power. This seemed a perfect world for him to rule. But Captain Marvel, warned by the spirit of Shazam traveled to the year 2053 to foil the robot's plans. This time, Mr Atom was apparently destroyed by a burst of atomic energy.

In fact, when King Kull the Beastman took over the Rock of Eternity, he used his genius to bring Mr Atom from the 21st Century to aid him. A battle with the heroes of three Earths - including the Justice League and Justice Society ended with Atom being propelled to a distant star.

Mr. Mind's machinations returned him to Earth, and this time Captain Marvel sent him into orbit around the sun. But the magic of Oggar again brought him back - this time to join the Monster Society of evil. Ultimately, Captain Marvel tossed Mr Atom from the Rock of Eternity to another galaxy, one in which life never developed, where he could do no harm.

He later joins The Secret Society of Supervillians and is appearantly destroyed by Kal-L, the Golden Age Superman. He is not destroyed and is one of the villians helping Prometheus plant explosive devices around U.S. cities and eventually attempt to flee once the devices have been planted. The Justice League attack Mister Atom before crossing the border and he is defeated and captured by Starman and Congorilla.

Stats

Strength: 8
Intelligence: 5
Willpower: 7
Speed: 4
Durability: 10
Personality: 0

Powers

((Battle between Mister Atom and Captain Marvel))


Upper Level Superhuman Strength

Upper Level Superhuman Endurance

Flight

His robot body is virtually impervious to harm (Can only be harmed by one with Superhuman Strength or one with armor piercing bullets good enough to pierce a tank)

fire nuclear blasts from his hands (lead is impervious to these blasts).

Radiation Manipulation = can be used in a variety of effects including increasing his size, charging up his Nuclear Blasts to do more damage, produce radiation from his body and even create a nuclear explosion.
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Sabbac (Ishmael Gregor)

((Original look))


((Under The Sins influence))


Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: Demon Possessed

Captain Marvel, Jr. and the Outsiders team face a new, more feral version of Sabbac. This version of Sabbac, possessing amplified demonic powers and a hairy beast-like appearance with horns instead of the more humanoid original form, is the alter ego of Ishmael Gregor, a Russian immigrant who had become a New York mob boss. Gregor lusted after the power of Sabbac and had his men find Timothy Karnes, who had been incarcerated and had his voice box removed to prevent him from speaking. Gregor initiates a demonic ritual which he states will allow Karnes to access his power without needing to speak. The ritual involves the murder of an entire New York bus full of passengers. At the end, Gregor kills Karnes and gains the Sabbac power for himself.

The second Sabbac opens a portal in the backyard of a very specific California home. This brings a host of demons into the world. He is challenged by the Outsiders and Captain Marvel Jr, and flees when his demons are defeated.

The Secret Society of Super-Villains sends Deathstroke the Terminator to Las Vegas, where Sabbac is taking over the local mafia. Deathstroke kills Sabbac's personal entourage and convinces him that the Society has much to offer.


Sabbac also works with the Fearsome Five to attack Alcatraz in San Francisco, now a supervillain prison. They are there for the seemingly minor purpose of freeing the FF member Mammoth. During the attack, the magical Rock of Eternity explodes over Gotham City. Sabbac's preparations allow him to absorb the sentient power of the Seven Deadly Enemies of Man. He also grows much larger. He uses 'Lust' to bring down the Five, the Alcatraz prisoners, and a majority of the guards. He uses the other sins in combat against the Outsiders. Donna Troy appears and the heroes use Katana's magic Soultaker sword to imprison the demon. From inside the Soultaker, Sabbac admits that the Society had enlisted him to kidnap Captain Marvel Jr. and bring him to Lex Luthor.

When the Outsiders were out of options, Katana summoned forth Ishmael from the Soultaker to destroy Dr. Sivana's base.

Captain Marvel, on the brink of insanity due to the Sin's voices, mentioned that Sabbac had tried an assault on the Rock of Eternity. Later in the series, Sabbac attacked Boston on Halloween, with the intention of kidnapping children and sacrificing their souls to the demon Neron, causing a new age of blood. Sabbac is now several stories tall, and is only stopped through the efforts of the both the Marvel Family and the Black Marvel Family, who strike him with their lightning and knock him out. The Black Marvels then move him to an unknown location, and their popularity is increased.

Stats

Strength: 7
Intelligence: 6
Willpower: 5
Speed: 4
Durability: 7
Personality: 5

Powers

((His size when under The Sins influence))


Powers of Sabbac

S for the Invincible Strength of Satan

Superhuman Strength

A for the Indestructible Body of Any

Invulnerability

B for the Evil Wisdom of Belail

Superhuman Knowledge

B for the Flame Powers of Beelzebub

Pyrokinesis
Thermal-Blast

A for the Evil Courage of Asmodeus

Indomitable Will
Superhuman Endurance

C for the Flight of Craeteis

Flight
Superhuman Speed
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Hugo Strange





Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Hugo Strange is a brilliant but insane psychologist and scientist who is driven by obsession to fight against Batman. Strange is famous for having discovered Batman's secret identity independently through deduction and striking at him emotionally, while using genetically engineered Monster Men as his own private army.

Hugo's childhood was scarred by trauma and grief, leading him to hone and direct himself, making the most of his ordeals to pursue higher goals. He was raised in an orphanage on Gotham City's lower east side, the neighborhood called Hell's Crucible. Growing up to be a well-respected mind in the scientific community, he became professor of psychiatry at Gotham State University until his tenure was suspended over increasingly bizarre theories in genetic engineering.

Strange and his assistant Sanjay begin experimenting with genetic manipulation in an attempt to cure disease and imperfection, although this results in a terrible race of cannibalistic Monster Men who require regular feeding. Not taken seriously by the scientific community, he turns to crime boss Sal Maroni for his funding. His patients are Arkham Asylum inmates who won't be missed. Eventually he is forced to pay off his debts by sending his creatures to massacre a mob gambling house, stealing several hundred thousand dollars in the process. The carnage makes his mafia connections extremely suspicious. Batman tracks them down after several grisly murders, although he is subdued by Sanjay and locked in the den of the beasts. Batman is able to fight his way out of the cage and escape, which leads the professor to believe he has found a genetically perfect specimen. Maroni's men physically threaten him in response to the gambling house slaughter, which makes him decide to wipe all of them out. The last monster he makes is the most perfect one, using the Batman's DNA, and he gathers all four of them for an assault on Carmine Falcone's mansion compound in the countryside. They are unleashed and begin killing all the mobsters in sight, although Batman arrives to control the situation. Sanjay is shot dead in the chaos, and Strange is forced to flee the scene. He then uses his psychological credentials to go on television as an anti-Batman commentator.

Strange appears on a talk-show to discuss Batman's psychology with Captain Gordon and Mayor Klass, where Gordon is announced as the head of a new GCPD anti-vigilante task-force with the professor as their professional consultant. He begins to develop obsessive behavior, making his own Batman costume to get inside his enemy's head. As the investigation continues, Strange grows increasingly monomaniacal in his obsession with Batman. His greatest desire is to become Batman. To that end, he has attempts to kill the Caped Crusader, and then take his place. Strange eventually concludes that Bruce Wayne is most likely Batman, brainwashes the head of the police Task Force into becoming a lethal vigilante to turn public sentiment against Batman, and kidnaps the mayor's daughter. He is ultimately caught, shot twice and dumped into a river; it was then assumed he had died.

Having only faked his death, Professor Strange announces his return by murdering an old millionaire named Sebastian Cole and painting a bat on the wall with his victim's blood. He vows to destroy Batman completely, first in mind and then in body. Taking the alias Victor Absonus, he becomes a psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum and begins rehabilitating the mentally broken Scarecrow. Hypnotizing a guard, Hugo smuggles his new partner out of the asylum and they take up residence in Cole's oceanside manor. His plan is to combine Scarecrow's fear gas with a powerful hallucinogen to get deeper into Batman's psyche; delivering his second threat, he breaks into Wayne Manor and overpowers Alfred Pennyworth to leave behind a taunting mannequin of himself. Scarecrow refuses to be anyone's pawn and betrays Strange, giving him a powerful dose of their concoction. Running through the house in delirious terror, he falls into a trap in the floor where he's impaled through the chest in the basement, seemingly dead. The manor is converted into a house of terror and death for Scarecrow's high school bullies, eventually attracting Batman's attention. In their climactic fight, Hugo reveals that he has been barely surviving for days in agony on rats, and strangles Scarecrow as the house burns down around them. The three men fall into the ocean, and Strange escapes again in the chaos.

Returning to Gotham while believed dead, Hugo Strange decides that he will kill Bruce Wayne and take over the Batman identity for himself. Disguised in the costume, he captures Catwoman and briefly interrogates her about their relationship using sodium pentothal. Now working as a psychologist providing evaluations for Wayne Enterprises' employees, he confronts Bruce directly during a session. Maintaining his ignorance, Wayne escapes from the gun-wielding maniac in the locked room and returns as Batman. They fight on the rooftop and Hugo is defeated, tied up for the police while swearing he'll tell everyone what he knows. Batman leaves the scene and the Batmobile explodes seemingly killing him, while Strange escapes. Breaking into Wayne Manor while wearing his Batsuit, Strange fights Nightwing and Robin but escapes. Bruce is revealed to be still alive, but has no memory of being Batman. Strange captures all three of them and interrogates them in an abandoned psychiatric hospital. Threatening to execute them, Professor Strange becomes convinced that his assumptions about Wayne were wrong and has a psychotic breakdown, then voluntarily checking himself into Arkham Asylum as a patient. His former student Dr. Charles Nigaff personally took him under his care.

Hush spreads word that Gotham's East End is protected only by Catwoman as revenge for a slight, leading to a migration of villains who believe they can take over the territory. Hugo Strange acts as the leader of a gang including Angle Man, Captain Cold, Cheetah, Hammer and Sickle. Catwoman joins Strange's gang, then allows its members to "find out" that she intends to betray them, faking her death when they attempt to eliminate her. Although she defeats and imprisons most of the gang, and even convinces Strange to leave the East Side alone, Strange still mocks her by pointing out that he had faked his own death far more often than she had.

When villains start mysteriously disappearing, Hugo seeks refuge with the Penguin alongside Mad Hatter, Scarecrow and Two-Face. They are ambushed by the Suicide Squad underneath the Iceberg Lounge, and taken into custody. This is part of massive super-villain deportations to another planet organized by Checkmate during Salvation Run, and Hugo is stranded with many others until they can escape.

Stats

Strength: 4
Intelligence: 10
Willpower: 4
Speed: 4
Durability: 2
Personality: 10

Powers



None

Abilities

Genius-Level Intelligence
Chemistry
Genetics
Hypnosis
Pedagogy
Psychiatry
Psychology
Tactical Analysis

Gymnastics

Martial Arts

Strength level

Peak human strength: Hugo Strange exercises intensively and extensively--he has been shown training with weights and performing cardiovascular and gymnastics routines on a regular basis to keep himself in peak condition. He is, however, not quite as strong as Batman, as Strange himself admitted during his workout that he is "limited by my genetics."

Peak human agility: Hugo Strange has demonstrated through his intensive gymnastic/acrobatics routines that he has high level to peak human agility/acrobatic ability.

Weaknesses

Mental Illness
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Bane

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((New Look))



Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Bane is a super-intelligent world-class fighter and tactical genius who enhances his great physical strength with a steroid called venom, making him one of Batman's greatest and most dangerous enemies. In addition to being one of the only men ever to independently figure out Batman's secret identity, he has also been an anti-hero, a government agent, a mercenary and a dictator. He is currently a member of the Secret Six, and has also been a member of the Suicide Squad and the Secret Society of Super-Villains.

Born to serve the life sentence of his father, Bane's childhood and early adult life were spent behind the walls of Peña Duro, an infamous prison located in Santa Prisca. His mother was imprisoned with him, and remained so until her death when Bane was only six years old; at her 'funeral', Bane was forced to bear witness to her corpse being callously thrown by prison guards from the cliffs of Punto De Tiburon into the shark-infested waters. Though imprisoned, Bane's natural abilities allowed him to develop extraordinary skills within the prison's walls.

He read as many books as he could get his hands on, built up his body in the prison's gym, and learned to fight in the merciless school of prison life. Despite his circumstances, he appeared to have found teachers of various sorts during his incarceration, ranging from hardened convicts to an elderly Jesuit priest, under whose tutelage he apparently received a classical education. However, he committed his first murder at the age of eight, stabbing a criminal who wanted to use him to gain information about the prison.
During his years in prison, Bane carried a teddy bear he called Osito (Spanish for "little bear"), whom he considered his only friend. Unbeknownst to most, Osito had a hole in his back to hold a knife that Bane used against anyone who bullied him.

Bane ultimately established himself as the "king" of Peña Duro prison. The prison's controllers took note and eventually forced him to become a test subject for a mysterious drug known as Venom, which had killed all other subjects. It nearly killed him as well, but he survived and found its effects enhanced his physical strength, although he needed to take it every 12 hours (via a system of cables pumped directly into his brain) or he would suffer debilitating side-effects.

Years later, Bane escaped Peña Duro, along with several accomplices, his friends Trogg, Zombie, and Bird. His ambition turned to destroying Batman, about whom he had heard tales while serving his sentence. He was fascinated with Gotham City as, like the prison, it was a place where fear ruled: in this case, fear of Batman. Bane was convinced that the demonic bat that haunted his dreams since childhood was a representation of the Batman.

Aware that a direct assault on Batman would be foolish, Bane destroyed the walls of Arkham Asylum, allowing all of its deranged inmates (including the Joker, the Scarecrow, the Mad Hatter, the Ventriloquist, Firefly, Two-Face, and Zsasz) to escape into Gotham City, where Batman spent three months rounding them up. Running himself to exhaustion, Batman returned to Wayne Manor, where Bane awaited him. He fought Batman in the Batcave, defeated him and as the coup de grâce, broke Batman's back and left him paraplegic, thereby having been the only man to have "Broken the Bat".

While Bane established himself as ruler of Gotham's criminal underworld, Bruce Wayne passed the mantle of Batman to Jean-Paul Valley, also known as Azrael. As Batman, Jean-Paul grew increasingly violent, allowing the villain Abattoir to fall to his death. Jean-Paul also refused to recognize Robin as his partner. Utilizing a sophisticated combat suit in place of the traditional Batman uniform, he fought Bane and defeated him by severing the tubes that pumped the Venom into his bloodstream, causing severe withdrawal. Valley then gave the weakened Bane a vicious beating, leaving him alive but broken.

Following those events Bane recovered from his Venom addiction while serving time in prison. He eventually escaped and returned to Gotham, where he fought alongside Batman to take out a criminal ring that was distributing a Venom derivative to street-level thugs. Following a victory over the criminals, Bane proclaimed that he was "innocent" of his past crimes and urged Batman to stop hunting him. He then left Gotham (without fighting Batman) to begin a search for his father.

Bane's search brought him back to Santa Prisca. In search of leads, Bane questioned the Jesuit priest who had taught him while he was in Peña Duro. The priest explained that there were four men who could possibly have been his father: a Santa Priscan revolutionary, an American doctor, an English mercenary, and a Swiss banker. While searching for the Swiss in Rome, Bane encountered Talia al Ghul, who introduced him to her father, the infamous terrorist Ra's al Ghul. Bane impressed the old man so much that he chose him as his heir (an "honor" he had previously imparted on Batman).

Ra's al Ghul and Bane then launched a plague attack on Gotham. Bruce Wayne, again costumed as Batman, got his rematch with Bane and finally defeated him in single combat. Since then, whenever Batman and Bane squared off in battle, it would usually end in a draw.

According to the Jesuit priest, there was a possibility that Bane's biological father was an American doctor. In researching this issue, Bane came to the conclusion that he and Batman both shared Dr. Thomas Wayne as their biological father, as the late Dr. Wayne had apparently become close to Bane's mother during his time in Santa Prisca. Bane alerted Batman to this possibility, and stayed at Wayne Manor while the DNA tests were being performed, and even fought alongside his former nemesis on the streets of Gotham. Ultimately, it was revealed that Dr. Wayne was not Bane's father, and Bane left Gotham peacefully (and with Batman's blessing and financial backing) to pursue leads in the snowy mountains of Kangchenjunga.

Bane eventually found his father, the unscrupulous King Snake. With Batman looking on, Bane helped foil King Snake's plans to unleash a powerful weapon upon the world. Bane saved Batman from being shot by King Snake, but was himself mortally wounded in the process. Batman then saved Bane by bathing him in a Lazarus Pit, and left him with a clean slate and a new opportunity at life.

Some years later, Bane returned to his homeland to put an end to the drug lords' government after discovering that a new, more addicting strain of Venom had been created. He destroyed every research note on Venom, but not before learning that both strains of Venom derived from chemist Rex Tyler's early research on Miraclo, and vowed to kill Tyler for his role in the creation of the drug that was destroying his homeland. To this end, he joined hundreds of other villains in the Battle of Metropolis, during which he broke the back of the hero Judomaster, killing the hero.

Bane resurfaced one year later, searching for the Hourmen (Rex and Rick Tyler), asking them for help. To win their trust, he tells them how, prior to the Battle of Metropolis, he had returned to Santa Prisca to eliminate the drug lords. He claimed that in his rush to wipe out the drug trade, he was captured and re-implanted with the cranial tubes, which pumped him full of the new Venom. Unable to shake off his addiction without dying from the withdrawal, Bane claimed that he was forced to work as an enforcer for the drug cartel. Believing that Bane sought Rex Tyler's expertise in chemistry, Rick let him approach his father, unaware that the story was a ruse through which Bane intended to carry out his revenge against Rex Tyler. Bane learned from the Tylers that no written notes exist of Rex's work, then captured Rex and stole Rick's equipment. He planned to kill Rex and force Rick to take the last of the new Venom, so that Rick would spend the rest of his life as an addict. However, father and son eventually subdued Bane, burying the mercenary in the rubble of the very same Santa Priscan penitentiary where his story began.

Shortly afterwards, Bane discovered that while his criminal pursuits in America had failed, he had become a hero to his countrymen. His campaign against the drug lords had destroyed the local cartels' stranglehold on the country's government, thus enabling the government to hold actual democratic elections. Bane joined in, throwing his support behind a national-isolationist party with anti-US interests. Bane's candidate was projected to win by 36% of the vote, but the results were manipulated by super-hacker Colonel Computron, under orders from Amanda Waller, then the White Queen of Checkmate. Upon discovering that the elections were rigged, an outraged Bane used his influence to enforce martial law, plunging the country into a civil war. Unaware that his client worked in the agency, Computron offered information to Checkmate on who ordered him to rig the elections in exchange for their help in escaping the country. Fire and Thomas Jagger, son of the late Judomaster, were sent to perform the extraction, with Jagger debating whether or not to seek revenge for his father's murder. The mission was sabotaged by Fire, who was being blackmailed by Waller, and as a result, Jagger was forced to fight Bane in order to allow Fire to escape. Though Jagger held back, Bane was brought to his knees.

Having lost his hero status after imposing martial law upon his countrymen, Bane became addicted to Venom once more and joined the Suicide Squad. He appears once more to be wearing the tubing system to apply Venom- whether he has returned to the drug is unknown. He was later tricked by his fellow squad members, and sent to the prison planet during Salvation Run, where he joined with Lex Luthor's faction after Joker's faction rebelled against Luthor's leadership. He later attacked Thunder and Lightning when they were attempting to feed Martian Manhunter.

More recently, Bane has joined the Secret Six, and has sought to rid himself of any temptation to use Venom again by employing tactical combat techniques instead of relying on crushing strength. He has also adopted a more peaceful demeanor.

Since joining the team, he became very attached to Scandal Savage, though not in a romantic way. He views her as his pseudo daughter and grew to love her, even becoming furious when someone hurts her or calls her derogatory words. In some lighter moments, he chastises her for using foul language, shows concern over what foods she should eat to have proper nutrition, and even tried to send her to her room when he was angry with her.

Though Scandal has bonded closely with him and proven she cares for him very much, (such as when she helped him through his withdrawals when he quit using Venom, or becoming angry/distressed when he is injured) he does not believe she loves him, saying "No woman will ever love me". However, this belief does not keep him from loving Scandal as a daughter, going so far as trying to conquer another world in an attempt to give her a safe place to call home where they could be family and free of enemies.

He has also assumed a role of leadership in the Secret Six by his own executive decision, believing the team was too disorganized and needed someone to keep them in line. While the team initially protested, saying they weren't blind followers, he has become leader none the less. Though admittedly, the team does not always listen to his orders, for example, they entered a cult base to save Black Alice (their newest teammate) when Bane had directly ordered them not to until they'd gotten more information. Despite this, he's still determined to shape them into an organized and disciplined team.

Stats

Strength: 8 ((10 when overdosing on the Venom))
Intelligence: 10 ((6 when overdosing on the Venom))
Willpower: 4
Speed: 2
Durability: 8 ((10 when overdosing on the Venom))
Personality: 2

Powers

Venom Usage: Bane's use of the Super-steroid Venom allowed him to temporarily enhance his physical functions to superhuman levels, particularly his strength, endurance, and speed. His body's senses and healing abilities are also augmented to a degree. Bane needs to periodically inject himself with Venom to retain these abilities, although overuse can result in temporary insanity.

Superhuman Strength: The primary effect of Venom is that it enhances strength to low superhuman levels, depending on how much venom is injected. Bane has been shown to be stronger than Batman even without the Venom, and while injected is able to bend thick steel. When Bane injects the maximum amount of Venom that is considered healthy into himself, he becomes capable of lifting about 2 tons. He is ultimately capable of exceeding his limit to 3 tons, though not without temporarily losing control over himself.

Enhanced Reflexes: Under the effects of Venom, Bane can react just as fast as the fittest human can. Able to react as fast if not a margin faster than Batman, Bane has fought many opponents while applying his tactics and supporting his massive frame.

Enhanced Speed: Under the effects of Venom, Bane can run as fast as the fittest human can. Running on par with Olympic runners, Bane can support his weight while maintaining a high rate of speed.

Superhuman Stamina: Under the effects of Venom, Bane can fight almost forever. As long as he can continue to pump Venom into his veins he can continue fighting indefinitely. While on a single dose of venom Bane has fought many battles for many hours and never seemingly stopped.

Superhuman Durability: Under the effects of Venom, Bane can withstand powerful blows from metahumans, multiple bullets and explosions. With mere scratches and bruises Bane has withstood extreme torment at the hands of his enemies.

Accelerated Healing: Bane can also use his Venom as a form of medicine to heal from injuries, poisons and diseases. Depending on how devastating the injury, Bane needs to inject a certain amount of Venom into himself. When faced with extreme wounds, such as many broken bones, excessive blood loss, or terminal poisons or diseases, Bane needs to inject an unhealthy amount of venom which will cause him to temporarily go berserk in order to heal properly.

Abilities

Genius-level intellect: Bane is also highly intelligent; Ra's al Ghul says that Bane "has a mind equal to the greatest he has known". In prison, he teaches himself various scientific disciplines equal to the level of understanding of leading experts in those fields, making him a genius, as well as one of Batman's most intelligent foes.

Photographic Memory: Bane has a photographic memory, which borders on absolute total recall. This has allowed him to memorize the countless skills, disciplines, and facts that he taught himself over the years. Within one year, he is able to deduce Batman's secret identity.

Polymath: Although Bane has had no college, high school, or even primary education, he has completely memorized all the facts in countless of encyclopedias and books during his time in Peña Duro. He is exceptionally knowledgeable in various subjects including Mathematics, various Sciences, History, Geography, Medicine, and most likely more, to a level that would have definitely given him degrees in these fields.

Multilingualism: Bane teaches himself ten active languages and at least four additional arcane and dead ones, those mentioned are Spanish, French, German, Russian, Mandarin, English, Farsi, Dhari, some Urdu, and Latin.

Escapology: Bane is challenged only by Batman, Nightwing, and Mister Miracle in the arts of escaping and infiltration, and has managed to break out of Peña Duro (which is arguably the most heavily fortified prison in the world)as well as various maximum security centers, including Blackgate and Arkham Asylum.

Hand-to-Hand Combat (Advanced): Bane is a highly formidable combatant who has not only mastered, but also created several forms of martial arts. Though less skilled than the likes of Batman or Lady Shiva, Bane's fighting ability combined with his peak strength and endurance make him a highly formidable opponent for any non-meta and many metahuman foes.

Tactical Analysis: He is also highly devious (he crafts the escape from Arkham Asylum of all of Batman's enemies), and a superb strategist and tactician, who has committed various famous war manuals (such as Sun Tzu's "The Art Of War" and Karl von Clausewitz's "On War") to memory.

Strength level

Bane possesses peak human-level strength that appears to be greater than Batman's. He has demonstrated sufficient strength to punch and deform an iron gate, lift grown men by the throat with one hand, and punch grown men several feet through the air. He has also broken the bones of superhumans such as Killer Croc and Azrael in hand-to-hand encounters. All of this was demonstrated when Bane was off of Venom.

Weaknesses

Addiction: (formerly) Dependence on Venom.

Venom Overdose: If Bane happens to overdose on Venom, he will temporarily go into a feral state in which his physical abilities increase tremendously, but he himself becomes little more than a mindless monster.


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Re: Important DC Villains

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Calendar Man

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((New Costume))



Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Calendar Man is fascinated by dates and calendars – even his real name is a pun on the Julian and Gregorian calendars. His crimes always have a relationship to the date that they are committed. The theme may be related to what day of the week it is or to a holiday or to a special anniversary on that date; he will plan his crime around that day. He often wears different costumes which correspond to the significance of the date, though he does have a main costume which has various numbers (meant to represent days on a calendar) sprouting from the shoulders.

On his first documented case, the Calendar Man began committing a string of crimes based on the four seasons. Inevitably, this brought him into conflict with the Caped Crusaders Batman and Robin. Their encounter ended when Batman unmasked Julian who was disguised as an Indian magician (representing the "5th Season", Monsoon season).

Although captured, Calendar eventually returned to plague Gotham City, armed with a new costume and a new gang of henchmen. Batman defeated him on at least two separate occasions before Julian joined the short-lived "Misfits" (a group of under-appreciated Batman foes).

While the Calender Man was being treated at Arkham Asylum, a serial killer named Holiday began killing Gotham's mob bosses on holidays. Calender Man agreed to help Batman, but only because he believed that he was "being forgotten". Calender Man managed to deduce that the killer was Alberto Falcone but hid the information from Batman. After escaping Arkham, Calender Man tortured Alberto by pretending to be the ghost of his late father Carmine, telling him to take over the Five Families of the Mafia. Calender Man attempted to kill Alberto, but was attacked by Sofia Gigante. Gigante ruthlessly beat the Calender Man, and broke his jaw. The Calender Man was later found by police and taken back to Arkham. Another holiday-themed killer surfaced called Hangman.

Stats

Strength: 2
Intelligence: 10
Willpower: 4
Speed: 7
Durability: 2
Personality: 9

Power

((A closer Look at the markings around his head))



None

Abilities

Successful inventor, capable of designing the machinery needed to deploy his various schemes.
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The Great White Shark

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((After Deformity))



Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Formerly crooked financier Warren White, known as the "Great White Shark" for his ruthlessness, embezzles millions from his company's pension fund and robs virtually all of the company's clients both working class and upper class of their life savings. A smug White manages to avoid prison by transferring his case to Gotham City and successfully pleading insanity to avoid prison and speed up his chances of freedom, a strategy he is all too familiar with and convinced it will work. But the plea incenses the judge hearing his case, who is disgusted with White.

Realizing that White might have actually set up a trap for himself by pleading insanity, the judge sentences White to Arkham Asylum indefinitely. There, he suffers great indignities as the new inmate, or "fish." His first cellmate is Death Rattle, a cult leader and mass murderer who plans to turn him into a human sacrifice. Early in his stay, Killer Croc slices a set of "gills" into White's neck with his claws, claiming the "fish" needs a set. Realizing his mistake in pleading insanity, White bribes his psychiatrist, Dr. Anne Carver, into having him transferred to a minimum security prison. However, Carver is revealed to have been killed and replaced by Jane Doe some months before. Her boss, Dr. Jeremiah Arkham — who lost his pension due to White's business practices — orders all of White's transfer papers destroyed. Arkham calls White "the worst person I've ever met", a sentiment shared by several individuals- including the Joker, who states that although he's killed people "I didn't steal their kid's college funds."

To survive the harassment and violence in Arkham, White allies himself with Two-Face, becoming his "coin boy." The relationship quickly ends, however, when Death Rattle threatens the pair; Two-Face's coin flip leads him to abandon White. White then befriends Humpty Dumpty, a childlike murderer and genius, who arranges for White to become his cellmate just in time to head off Death Rattle's murder attempt.

During a prison riot, White is assaulted and locked in Mr. Freeze's subzero cell by Jane Doe, who was attempting to claim his identity and leave him for dead as she had done with Dr. Carver. His injuries, the result of horrific frostbite, leave White deformed: his skin turns a pale white, and his nose, lips, ears, hair and several of his fingers fall off. These deformities, along with his set of "gills," leave him resembling a real great white shark, an effect which he further enhances by filing his teeth to points.

Ironically, White, who was perfectly sane upon entering Arkham, is transformed into one of the "freaks" of Batman's rogues gallery. Driven partially mad, he now uses his business connections to serve as a liaison and fence for many of his fellow inmates.

White next appears one year later, while Batman and Robin disappeared for a year, the Great White Shark had established himself as Gotham's reigning crime boss.

As part of a revenge plot against Two-Face for his earlier betrayal, he orders his chief enforcer, the Tally Man, to kill several criminals associated with the Penguin — including Orca, KGBeast, Magpie and The Ventriloquist — to frame the newly rehabilitated Harvey Dent for the murders. Batman eventually uncovers White's involvement in these crimes, but not in time to prevent Dent, driven insane once again by paranoia, from disfiguring his own face once more and returning to a life of crime.

Despite his status as one of the city's most powerful criminals, the Great White Shark remains in Arkham, directing his empire from within his cell and using his imprisoned condition as a perfect alibi. He most recently appeared when Batman apprehends another villain who calls himself the Shark, a former member of the "Terrible Trio." When the Shark is sent to Arkham, the Great White Shark apparently plans to punish him for using the name that White had claimed for himself.

During the recent takeover of Gotham's criminal underworld by Metropolis outfits the 100 and Intergang, the Great White Shark is badly beaten and locked away following his displacement.

After the defeat of newly resurrected Ra's Al Ghul, Warren White makes a little appearance in the final strip. He is shown clearly controlling the entire Arkham Asylum, guards and he threatens Ra's.

After the apparent death of the original Batman, Warren White was one of the many criminals who was being transferred from Arkham to a secure place. A new Black Mask then drugs the criminals, which causes instant death at Mask's will. Acknowledging Black Mask as their leader, Warren and his group were armed to wreak havoc on the city once again by ending Two-Face and Penguin's reigns and ultimately making Black Mask the supreme ruler of Gotham's underworld once again.

Stats

Strength: 4
Intelligence: 7
Willpower: 3
Speed: 6
Durability: 4
Personality: 10

Powers

((Escaping Arkham))



None

Abilities

Business Management

Charisma


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Humpty Dumpty

((Humpty Dumpty with Batgirl))



((Humpty Dumpty Normal Costume))



Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

The unfortunately named Humphry Dumpler has suffered throughout most of his life from a string of almost supernaturally bad luck. A very large man with an egg-shaped head, Dumpler is compulsively driven to speak in rhyme and to disassemble then reassemble malfunctioning machinery in the hopes of fixing it. His criminal actions were not, therefore, intentionally malicious, but were instead misguided attempts to understand and "fix" the world that had so mistreated him. Nonetheless, his actions lead to various tragedies, such as the derailment of a train due to his inexpert reassembly. An attempt to fix the Gotham clock tower lead to a chain reaction of destruction that resulted in the deaths of several Gothamites. He also murdered and dissected his abusive grandmother, then sewed her back together with boot laces, again in an attempt to "fix" her.

He was incarcerated in Arkham Asylum not because he was a cruel or ill-intentioned man, but because his persistent tampering with machinery makes him a danger to those around him. He does not portray any of the common sadistic or evil traits usually common in Batman villains. In Arkham he was a model prisoner, often helping with minor repair tasks around the Asylum. He also befriended Warren White, later the Great White Shark, and even saved his life on one occasion.

He was a member of Alexander Luthor Jr.'s Secret Society of Super Villains during the Villains United storyline, and assisted in the attempt to retrieve the Get Out of Hell Free card from the Secret Six. He was recruited by the Black Mask to become one of the villains running Gotham during the Battle for the Cowl arc.

Humpty Dumpty is later seen dressed as Santa Claus. He is stranded in the cold while fixing his snowmobile until he meets Abuse, who is asking questions about runaway children that are turning up dead. Humpty Dumpty becomes distressed by Abuse's relentless interrogation so he grabs a crowbar and strikes him. Humpty Dumpty then breaks into a car, hot wires it, runs over Abuse and escapes.

Humpty heads toward an abandoned orphanage where the corpses of the runaway children reside. Humpty opens up a sack that is filled with toys and distributes them to all the children. Batman and Robin figure out Humpty's hideout after talking to the Broker. They question Humpty Dumpty’s scheme and they learn that Humpty simply wanted to give the children a proper Christmas. Dumpty informs the Dynamic Duo that Mr. Zsasz forces the children to engage in fights to the death and Humpty cleans up the mess. Dumpty tells the Dynamic Duo where Zsasz's underground arena is and Damian decides to compete in the arena in order to stop Zsasz's sick pleasure of watching children butcher each other.

When Hush reluctantly agreed to be Bruce Wayne, he had several inmates from Arkham and Blackgate put into a job placement program. For Humpty, he was given a place to stay in the Narrows and a job at a local bike shop where he could repair damaged bikes for customers. The job satisfied Humpty's compulsion to fix things but it still wasn't enough for him. On the eve of his birthday, Humpty invited fellow inmates who had escaped from Blackgate and Arkham to his birthday party. No one showed up except Joker with Two-Face strapped to a wheelchair. Joker presents Humpty with a sick idea for a birthday present.

Joker tells Humpty that Two-Face is still broken and needs to be fixed i.e. the other half of his face. Humpty becomes overwhelmed with anticipation and is overjoyed that Joker brought some tools to help with the procedure. Humpty starts off by cutting the right side of Harvey's face but Humpty complains that the knife is too dull and asks for some acid. Joker laughs at Humpty's eager persistence but he tells Humpty that an artist must take his time when making a piece of art. Fortunately, Harvey appeals to Humpty's psychological disposition.

Harvey tells Humpty that he gets his rocks off by finding things that are broken because he enjoys the torture he inflicts on his victims. Harvey continues provoking Humpty by saying he enjoyed killing his abusive grandmother and really had no intent in fixing her. Suddenly, Humpty bursts into a fit of rage by telling Harvey to shut up. Havrey finishes his little psychological warfare by saying the only person who needs fixing is Humpty himself. Humpty instantly becomes dumbfounded by an epiphany. He questions whether or not Harvey's conclusions are correct. Joker interjects by promising to fix Humpty himself. Humpty immediately considers himself so lucky to have someone like the Joker as a friend. Joker frees Two-Face and Harvey makes a speedy getaway while leaving Humpty at the mercy of Joker. Joker tells Humpty to sit down on a nearby coffee table and asks him he would "like to smile." Humpty's fate remains unknown but knowing the Joker, Humpty will continue living but only as something that the Joker would consider comical yet depraved.

Stats

Strength: 8
Intelligence: 3
Willpower: 2
Speed: 6
Durability: 8
Personality: 7

Powers

None

Abilities

Knack for piecing together broken or disassembled items.

Extremely heavy and strong

possesses an almost unnaturally quiet, deliberate nature

Weakness

Ritualized childhood abuse has left Dumpty with a severe case of arrested development and an inability to assimilate into modern society

Humpty Dumpty is easily manipulated by hero or villain


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Hush (Thomas Elliot)

((Hush with bandages over face))



((Hush without bandages on face))



Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: None

Dr. Thomas "Tommy" Elliot is a childhood friend of Bruce Wayne, and was also born into a wealthy family. The two boys often would play a stratego-like game together, and Elliot would teach Bruce to think like his opponents and to use their abilities against them in order to win, which would prove useful when Wayne becomes Batman. Unlike Wayne, Elliot hated his parents, despising both his drunk and abusive father and his frail mother, who came from a background of poverty and willingly endured every abuse dealt to her and her son to keep her lavish lifestyle. Instead of defending Thomas, she forced him to memorize Aristotle, as a way to deal in a subtle, passive way with his father, something he never forgave her for.

Driven by his desire for independence and wealth, he cut the brakes on his parents' car, causing a crash that killed his father. His mother was saved in an emergency operation by Dr. Thomas Wayne, which enraged young Elliot. While at a summer camp with Bruce, Tommy attacked a boy and ended up in a psych ward. He irrationally blamed Bruce and his mom for his outburst, but he was soon released by an intern named Jonathan Crane.

During the next few years, Elliot tended to his mother and, while at first relishing the irony that Bruce had lost his parents, his anger grew when hearing about Bruce Wayne living a life of (apparent) leisure and travel, just the situation Elliot had hoped to create for himself. Shortly before Bruce returned to Gotham to take Batman's mantle, Elliot befriended, over the common ground of their unwillingly sheltered lives, a young woman named Peyton Riley (who would later become the second Ventriloquist) - a relationship of which his mother never approved.

Elliot's mother herself unwittingly completed their transition to true villains: when she fully recovered from her cancer, she disowned Tommy and cut him off from the Elliot fortune in retaliation for his continuing relationship with Peyton. While denying Thomas what he had sacrificed everything to get, she continued to berate him and compare him to Bruce Wayne. Thomas killed her, while Peyton killed their lawyer and destroyed Mrs. Elliot's new will. As far as the rest of the world was concerned, his mother had died of a mere household accident, spurred by her weakened physical condition. Now the recipient of the Elliot fortune, Tommy abandoned Riley and began traveling the world, as his nemesis Bruce had. Although he went on to Harvard and became a successful surgeon, Elliot continued to hold an irrational grudge towards his childhood friend.

At some point in his career, Edward Nigma (also known as the Riddler) was diagnosed with terminal cancer and eventually hijacked one of Ra's al Ghul's Lazarus Pits to regain his health. During this mystical treatment, which rendered the participant temporarily insane, the highly intelligent Nigma experienced an unexpected epiphany, realizing that Bruce Wayne is Batman. Soon afterwards, the Riddler attempted to sell Elliot the secrets of the Lazarus Pit in exchange for a large cash sum. Elliot, by this time having discovered Nigma's criminal background, instead offered to pay the Riddler to kill his childhood enemy Bruce Wayne. Realizing that they shared a common hatred for Wayne, Elliot and the Riddler decided to pool resources to bring him down.

To this end, Elliot created for himself the persona of "Hush" (Riddler said that the name started as a joking reference to the need to keep Elliot's identity secret, but became a more permanent alias when the Scarecrow started to sing the lullaby "Hush Little Baby" due to its subject being a child who could never be satisfied with what he had).

The name fits for Elliot, who prefers to employ guile and manipulation in place of noisier tactics such as gunplay. Hush also appears to be somewhat of a misogynist; he disparages both Zatanna and Catwoman, calling the former a "filthy gypsy" and the latter a "common gutterslut". This is possibly related to his resentment and hatred of his mother, whom he strangled to death in a fit of rage after she cut off his access to the family fortune, threatening his dream of going to medical school.

In their attempt to destroy Batman, Hush and the Riddler convinced and manipulated several other villains to help. These included the Joker, Harley Quinn, Two-Face, Poison Ivy, Scarecrow, Killer Croc and Clayface. They even manipulated some of Batman's closest allies (Superman, Huntress, and Catwoman) against the Dark Knight, utilizing such methods as Poison Ivy using her pheromones to control the Man of Steel and Catwoman and Hush's seemingly benevolent funding of Huntress's vigilante activities. Part of their plot included fooling Bruce to believe that Tommy was the latest victim of the Joker using Clayface. This seemingly tragic event brought Batman to the brink of murdering the Joker; he was only stopped when former GCPD commissioner Jim Gordon talked him down by reminding him that by killing the Joker, Batman would become just another killer, and Gordon refused to let the Joker ruin Batman's life like that.

With these villains as their pawns, Hush and the Riddler set up an elaborate plot against Batman. The Dark Knight's former protégé, Jason Todd, who was believed to be dead for years after being assaulted by the Joker as Robin, enters the pact with the villains and gives them invaluable insights of how Batman thinks. Using the shape-shifting abilities of Clayface, they created a decoy of the former Boy Wonder, Hush collaborated with the Riddler, Todd, and Clayface to use the Dark Knight's guilt over his ward's apparent death against him at Todd's gravesite.

Around this time, Hush cured the disfigured Harold Allnut, a longtime Batman associate. In return, Harold 'bugged' the Batcave with several devices that altered Batman's mind, but nevertheless remained loyal to Batman as he was certain Batman would triumph over whatever happened. Hush then killed Harold in front of Batman, immediately engaging him in battle. Batman was at first disoriented with Hush's constant quoting of Aristotle- prompting him to briefly wonder if Hush was Maxie Zeus- and was suspicious of him being Deadshot or being trained by him, using roughly the same two-gun fighting style as he.

When Elliot finally revealed himself to a worn-out Batman, the Dark Knight was saved only by the intervention of Harvey Dent, whose destructive Two-Face persona had been unwittingly wiped out by Elliot when he repaired Dent's disfigured face. Once again on the side of the law, Dent shoots Hush twice, throwing him off a bridge.

Although Batman was sure that Hush indeed was Thomas Elliot, he was not able to unmask him.

Still out to destroy Batman and determined not to let the rest of the villains get in his way, Hush quickly carves out a niche for himself, beating his former accomplice the Riddler to within an inch of his life, and even driving the Joker out of town. Hush also ends up temporarily killing Poison Ivy in a fruitless attempt to recruit her.

Following a short-lived alliance with JLA nemesis Prometheus, Hush then begins to torment Bruce Wayne with the aid of an all-new Clayface. Exploiting the latter's shape-shifting abilities, Hush is briefly able to shed doubt on his true identity and has Wayne's butler Alfred Pennyworth framed for murder. Alfred's name is later cleared, albeit through trickery.

The Joker eventually returns to Gotham City with an army of trained pigeons and retaliates. He captures Hush and keeps him sedated for three weeks, during which time he implants a pacemaker into his body, effectively gaining control of his heart. At the Joker's mercy and unable to remove the device himself, Hush turns to the one man he feels he can trust (or rather, predict) Bruce Wayne.

Wayne consents to help Hush on the condition that he allow himself to be treated in, and confined to, Arkham Asylum. Hush agrees, and then immediately escapes after being told that the surgery had been a success. He is intercepted by Batman before he can confront the Joker, and the two men debate the merits of a code against killing such vile criminals. Hush demands that Batman allow him to do what Bruce will not and finish off the Joker once and for all. Batman seems to agree and begins to leave, but then reveals that he has tricked Hush; the pacemaker is still in his body, and he had been allowed to escape the asylum. At that moment the Joker arrives, and Hush begs Batman not to leave him.

Hush returned later, and is later shown remembering how painful removing the pacemaker alone was, and how the time between Gotham Knights and Heart of Hush was mostly spent recovering from the damage suffered, confirming that Batman did desert Hush at the conclusion of "Payback".

It is revealed that beyond being merely a manipulative sociopath, his past as a surgeon is made into a major aspect of his modus operandi. Hush reveals that his return was hastened when he began to hear whispers of the Black Glove's upcoming attack on Batman. Believing that it is his right and his right alone to kill Batman, Elliot seeks to beat the Black Glove to the punch. In the second part, Hush has teamed up with the Scarecrow, who had contact with Elliot as a child. Hush performs routine plastic surgery on his own face, only later revealing the result is nearly identical to Bruce Wayne.

Hush then ambushes and subdues Catwoman after she scratches off a portion of his facial bandages, recoiling in horror at what she sees. He then cuts out her heart, putting her on life support supplied by Mr. Freeze and delivering her to Gotham General Hospital. Hush comments to himself that it was Batman's desertion of him during the pacemaker incident that inspired this current plan.

While Catwoman is left in Doctor Mid-Nite's care, Batman squeezes the location of Hush's headquarters from Scarecrow. Hush ambushes Batman by showing him the room containing Selina's heart, alive and pumping, at which time he pumps Batman with a paralyzing gas. He then confesses to Bruce his plan: using his newfound resemblance to Bruce, he will kill and disfigure him to steal his identity, then he will retire with the Wayne fortune.

Batman is able to stave off the effects of the paralysis gas, recover Selina's heart, and warn Alfred Pennyworth of Thomas' deception. Hush manages to get into the Batcave where he nearly kills Batman, but Alfred's continuing interference and the arrival of Nightwing and Robin turn the tide. Hush retreats on the Whirly-Bat (a one man helicopter), but his bandages become tangled in the rotor and it explodes.

Batman, Nightwing, and Robin can find no trace of Hush save some bloody bandages, and conclude he is dead. Catwoman, not taking chances and seeking some form of closure for her predicament and her current condition (Doctor Mid-Nite made clear that it is unlikely she'll be ever able to regain her physical prowess), has Oracle, Holly Robinson, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn and Slam Bradley track down Hush's secret bank accounts and stashes of cash and cut them off. Hush, wounded but alive, limps off to plot his next move.

Later, posing as Bruce Wayne, Hush travels to Australia and Vietnam looting Wayne's cash accounts in the companies he owns there. He is captured by Catwoman who knows perfectly well he is not the real Wayne. He's then given in custody to Nightwing and Robin, who realizing that turning him over to the authorities would mean the end of their secret identities, keep him contained in a secret safe house. Elliot, still wearing Bruce's appearance, decides to fake his surrender, waiting for the right moment to escape.

Batman's biological son Damian Wayne visits Elliot in his cell as the new Robin and they play chess as the villain and the boy's father had during their childhood. When Elliot asked why Damian is visiting him behind the Bat-family's back, Damian shrugs it off as a desire to keep Elliot company. Elliot surmises that Damian is rather using the resemblance to Bruce to "spend time with his old man." When Damian leaves to deal with a new crisis, Elliot surmises that Firefly is the villain behind the attack, notes how Gotham has fallen apart in Bruce's absence, and ponders how to use this to his advantage. Elliot fakes experiencing the spontaneous combustion being caused on the public by Firefly, and when Alfred arrives at his cell to assist, overpowers him and escapes. But he then re-emerges as Bruce Wayne to the shock of the city saying that he will donate a billion dollars a month until their financial crisis is over. By posing as Bruce Wayne, Elliot initially believes himself to be untouchable by Wayne's children, as he can now claim control of Wayne Enterprises, as well as knowing the true identities of the Bat-Clan. Elliot soon discovers he has underestimated them, as Dick and Damian along with the Outsiders and assorted other super-heroes explain to Elliot that he will forever be watched and controlled by them, and should he step out of line, that there will always be someone ready to take him down. With no other option available to him, Elliot reluctantly agrees to play Dick Grayson's puppet, posing as Bruce Wayne, and thus keeping the public from realizing that he is dead. Though this has prevented Elliot's original plan of sapping the Wayne fortune, he has not allowed it to halt his scheming altogether. Hush has appeared, notably as a member of the Gotham Shield Committee, around Gotham quite frequently, often attempting to make connections. When Ra's al Ghul arrived in Gotham, promising to ruin the Wayne family in retribution for Red Robin's actions against him, he immediately sought out Hush. Faced with the prospect of Elliot using Ra's al Ghul's support to turn on the Bat-family again, Tim Drake activated a contingency plan set in place by Wayne himself to transfer controlling interest in Wayne Enterprises to Drake "if something should happen," leaving Elliot with no official standing in the company.

Hush reappears continually attempting to push the boundaries of his new role as Bruce Wayne- such as recommending that convicted criminals be allowed back on the streets- while confident in the knowledge that, even if he eventually pushes the Bat-Family to the point where their only option is to kill him, he can die with the knowledge that he has left them with a permanent mark. However, this plan backfires when the criminal Jane Doe- a woman who lost her face in an accident- becomes obsessed with 'Bruce Wayne' after his role in her release, to the point that she infiltrates his life by taking the face of his new assistant, and subsequently cuts off Elliot's new face with the intention of becoming Bruce Wayne herself, only for this effort to be undone when Batman catches her and Hush. With Bruce Wayne's recent public revelation that he has been Batman's financial backer for years rendering Hush's knowledge of Batman's identity irrelevant, he is sent to Arkham Asylum.

Stats

Strength: 4
Intelligence: 10
Willpower: 6
Speed: 6
Durability: 4
Personality: 4

Powers

None

Abilities

Thomas Elliot, Hush, is a neurologist possessing a genius level intellect. Although he specializes in brain surgery, Elliot is also a proficient plastic surgeon, having repaired the extensive scar tissue on the reformed villain known as Two-Face (Harvey Dent). Elliot is also a master strategist and manipulator, responsible for setting in motion a grandiose series of events aimed at confounding the Batman. It also appears that Hush is an expert marksman. During his first physical encounter with Batman, he easily defends himself by shooting away Batarangs as they came sailing towards him.

Strength level

Hush keeps himself at physical peak. He possesses the strength level of a man his size, age, and weight who engages in intensive regular excercise.
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