View Poll Results: Who is your favorite villain?

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  • Joker

    55 39.57%
  • Two-Face

    30 21.58%
  • Riddler

    35 25.18%
  • Scarecrow

    24 17.27%
  • Poison Ivy

    27 19.42%
  • Mr. Freeze

    15 10.79%
  • Bane

    25 17.99%
  • Ra's Al Ghul

    32 23.02%
  • Mad Hatter

    12 8.63%
  • Catwoman

    31 22.30%
  • Harley Quinn

    14 10.07%
  • Penguin

    21 15.11%
  • Black Mask

    13 9.35%
  • The Ventriluest

    8 5.76%
  • Other.

    13 9.35%
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    Default Who's your favorite Batman Villain?

    Out of all the villains to appear in the comics, who is your favorite villain? You can vote multiple times.
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    Catwoman, in classic (1946-1954, 1975-1986) costume - that will be all.

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    The Joker. From any era, from 1940 to the present, it's always gonna be The Joker.

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    Black Mask from Ed Brubaker's Catwoman.

    Penguin from Arkham City as an honorable mention.

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    The Riddler is my favorite going all the way back to the late Frank Gorshin.
    Other favorites are:
    The Joker, Two-Face, Mr. Freeze, Black Mask, Scarecrow, Killer Croc, and Hugo Strange.

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    The Riddler is by far my favorite Bat villain. After that it's Hugo Strange and then Catwoman.
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    Joker first , second and last.

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    Scarecrow and Two-Face are neck-and-neck. I think Scarecrow has a lot of untapped potential.

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    Where's all this Eddie love coming from? Zero Year? I remember the days where he was one of the most well-abused jokes of the Batman community; up there along with Cluemaster and Killer Moth. And while I think every character has the potential to be awesome, I'll never consider him to be a non-cheesy villain (he's definitely one of the most gimmicky). Personally, the Riddler I love the will always be the BTAS version. It was faithful to his original criminal status (committing small-scale robberies and personal homicides decorated with the classic puzzle motif) but it also introduced new layers to his insanity and relationship with Batman.

    But man, Riddler's second place here. If Scott Snyder can make a character like him on par with the Joker, at least in terms of popularity, I'd love to see what he does with more underused ones (Croc, Hatter, Zsasz, Strange, etc).
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    1. Joker
    2. Ra's Al Ghul
    3. Penguin
    4. Riddler
    5. Catwoman
    6. Harley Quinn

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    Joker will always be number 1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unfinishedsentenc View Post
    Where's all this Eddie love coming from? Zero Year? I remember the days where he was one of the most well-abused jokes of the Batman community; up there along with Cluemaster and Killer Moth. And while I think every character has the potential to be awesome, I'll never consider him to be a non-cheesy villain (he's definitely one of the most gimmicky). Personally, the Riddler I love the will always be the BTAS version. It was faithful to his original criminal status (committing small-scale robberies and personal homicides decorated with the classic puzzle motif) but it also introduced new layers to his insanity and relationship with Batman.

    But man, Riddler's second place here. If Scott Snyder can make a character like him on par with the Joker, at least in terms of popularity, I'd love to see what he does with more underused ones (Croc, Hatter, Zsasz, Strange, etc).
    The "Eddie Love", was always there. The late Frank Gorshin was the first to get the ball rolling and in time given his appearances in various other media outlets, the Riddler became iconic. That's why I disagree vehemently with your ideology that the Riddler was perceived to be so much of a joke that he was on par with the likes of Killer Moth and the Cluemaster. When it's always been quite the contrary, neither Killer Moth or the Cluesmaster has ever been on the level of the Riddler. Every time there's a top ten greatest Batman villains of all time list, the Riddler is usually on there and that was before Scott Snyder made him out to be the main villain in Zero Year.

    Back on topic, my favorite Batman villain is Ra's Al Ghul.
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    Why do people like Joker so much? I don't understand. There's no depth to him at all, he's just a psycho. I like my villains with layers and substance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberpunk Ronin View Post
    Why do people like Joker so much? I don't understand. There's no depth to him at all, he's just a psycho. I like my villains with layers and substance.
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