Jervis Tetch Secret Arkham File

DC Comics - Mad Hatter

Have you ever thought about the psychological state of Batman’s villains? I do. So, let’s dive in and learn more!

An Overall View Of Jervis Tetch

Here is the Jervis Tech secret Arkham file!

WARNING!!! Triggers: pedophilia | incest | abuse | OCD | PTSD | Schizophrenia | Incarceraphobia.

Here we go! Jervis Tetch is a fictional supervillain, often either a filler or used in the background. He is part of the Batman rogue gallery or Batmanverse. It’s quite apparent that the inspiration came from Lewis Carroll‘s Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland.

However, Jervis is a scientist with a passion for controlling the mind of people. He likes to try and invent the perfect gadgets that would allow him to take over people’s minds. While often put aside, the Mad Hatter is, in fact, one of Batman’s most enduring villains.

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The Harvey Dent Secret Mental File

DC Comics - Arkham City - Harvey Dent Two-Face

Have you ever wonder about the psychological state of Batman’s villains? I do. So, let’s dive in and learn more!

The Beginning Of Harvey Dent

Here it goes for the Harvey Dent secret mental file! In the #66 of the Detective Comics titles, Harvey “Apollo” Kent appeared first. It was only sometime later that his name changed to Dent. This was to avoid confusion with Superman’s alter ego, Clark Kent.

In the 40s, Harvey made only a few appearances and fewer in the 50s. The goal was to make Batman a more joyful superhero along with his villain gallery, and Harvey Dent dropped out. However, in the 70s, Dennis O’Neil decided it was time for Two-Face to make a comeback and made sure he would become a villain worthy of Batman’s rogue gallery.

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The Oswald Cobblepot Secret Mental File

Arkham Franchise - The Penguin

Have you ever wonder about the psychological state of Batman’s villains? I do. So, let’s dive in and learn more!

The Beginning of Penguin

The Oswald Cobblepot secret mental file is now available!

Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot, or his villain name, The Penguin, saw the light of day in December 1941. He made his big entrance in Detective Comics #58. That makes him one of the oldest Batman enemies.

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Scarecrow Secret Mental File

DC Comics - Scarecrow

Have you ever wonder about the psychological state of Batman’s villains? I do. So, let’s dive in and learn more!

The Beginning of Scarecrow

Scarecrow secret mental file is now available!

Jonathan Crane‘s character is one that developed depth over the years. The creation of the character comes from Bill Finger and Bob Kane in 1941 and belongs to DC Comics. Scarecrow’s persona made its first-ever appearance.

The creation of Scarecrow’s inspiration comes from the iconic Ichabod Crane from the folklore tale of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” It is quite interesting to know where the villain’s idea comes from and even more fascinating when realizing how it grew.

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Mr. Freeze Secret Mental File

DC Comics — Mr. Freeze

Have you ever wonder about the Batman villains and their psychological illnesses? Well, I do. So let’s dive into Dr. Victor Fries!

How Mr. Freeze Started

DC Comics‘ Mr. Freeze secret mental file is coming your way!

Mr. Freeze, just like many of the main roster of Batman villains, has many facets to his story. He made his first appearance in 1959 in the #121 Batman issue. He is an ice-based villain.

Some consider him a supervillain, but theoretically speaking, Mr. Freeze doesn’t have any powers but sophisticated weaponry. Yes, that is despite his physical status requiring a cryogenic suit.

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The Joker Secret Mental File

DC Comics — The Joker by Greg Capullo

When thinking about the most glorious and best fictional villains of all time, we often think of DC Comics’ The Joker. He made it to Arkham, but what’s his illness?

The Joker In Me

So, The Joker secret mental file is now public, well written by me. Let’s not scrutinize the endless repertoire of stories involving The Joker in DC Comics. There’s too much. Let’s just do the diagnostic. He’s been in comic books, video games, movies, cartoons, and novels, so let’s dive in.

I’m not a lifetime comic book reader. But I most definitely am a fan of Batman. That is ever since I turned four years old. I watched the reruns of the 60s Batman and cartoons. When I met my husband, my obsession turned for the best or the worst. That is depending on how you want to look at it.

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