QUIZ: Which Rogues Gallery Batman Villain Are You?

Few super heroes have a selection of villains quite like Batman. There’s something about Gotham City that turns once-promising people into scheming super-villains. And you know what? We’re here for it!

Batman’s Rogues Gallery is home to some of the most iconic comic book super-villains ever created. They’re each horrific and terrifying in their own ways but somehow, despite our better judgements, we can’t turn away. We’re happy to let these DC villains capture our attention each time because they’re so damn good at being evil.

But admit it — you’ve always wondered, which Rogues Gallery super-villain are you? Don’t worry, once it’s decided we won’t call Arkham to take you in. Probably.



Batman’s Rogues Gallery

Over the years, from the pages of DC comics to television and the big screen, we’ve seen Batman’s villains grow in numbers. Some have evolved in time to be antiheroes. Others have devolved into something less than human. But they all hold a special place in Batman fans’ hearts.

Many of these super-villains are also accomplished individuals, aside from their constant evildoing. A number of Batman’s most fearsome foes have attained post-graduate and doctorates in complicated scientific fields. Others, like former District Attorney Harvey Dent, were once well-respected members of Gotham society. If Batman’s Rogues Gallery proves anything, it’s that many of us are just one mishap away from beginning our own villain origin stories.

Think about it. The reason we love these Batman baddies is because (at least occasionally) we can understand their motives. They’ve been wronged, hurt, misunderstood by society — and that type of rejection leaves painful scars. No wonder they act out! Unless, of course, we’re talking about The Joker. That guy’s motives are about as clear as a cloud of laughing gas.

Batman Villain Quiz Results

Here are a few of Batman’s villains who have recently been wreaking havoc in Gotham. From the far-reaching effects of Fear State to those with their own sinister solo runs, this is a quick look at the Rogues Gallery.

With a rotating roster as big as Batman’s, not every super-villain is included — but it is the complete list of quiz result options, for those who are curious!

The Joker
Alias: HA ha Ha hA HA !
Abilities: Tickling Batman’s funny bone.
First Appearance: Batman #1 (1940)

Scarecrow
Alias: Dr. Jonathan Crane
Abilities: Weaponizing fear.
First Appearance: World’s Finest Comics #3 (1941)

Two-Face
Alias: Harvey Dent
Abilities: Hedging bets and tempting fate.
First Appearance: Detective Comics #66 (1942)

Harley Quinn
Alias: Dr. Harleen Quinzel
Abilities: Smashin’ faces and healin’ minds.
First Appearance: Batman: The Animated Series (1992)

Poison Ivy
Alias: Dr. Pamela Isley
Abilities: Chlorokinesis, toxin immunity, pheromonal manipulation, tapping into The Green.
First Appearance: Batman #181 (1966)

The Riddler
Alias: Edward Nigma, Edward Nygma, Edward Nashton … your guess is as good as ours.
Abilities: Twisting words and melting brains.
First Appearance: Detective Comics #140 (1948)

Catwoman
Alias: Selina Kyle
Abilities: Stealing valuable items (and Batman’s heart).
First Appearance: Batman #1 (1940)


Now that you’ve met your inner villain, see which Batman you are. Or, if the cat’s got your tongue, find out which Catwoman you are!

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