The Edward Nygma Secret Mental File

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

How It Started For Edward Nygma

Here is the Edward Nygma secret mental file!

His name has a few variants from Edward Nygma, Edward Nigma, and Edward Nashton. This villain belongs to DC Comics, and his creators are Bill Finger and Dick Sprang. It was in October of 1948 that Edward Nygma made his first appearance in Detective Comics #140.

Edward Nygma or The Riddler is one of Batman’s most enduring rogues. His approach is to leave clues and puzzles for either the GCPD to solve or Batman himself. Batman considers him a criminal mastermind of Gotham City.

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DC Comics Top 25 Sexiest Supervillains

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Superheroes are hot. There’s no doubt about it. But see, I’m a DC Comics’ Girl to the bone, and I have my villain list ready.

A Villain’s Story

DC Comics Top 25 Sexiest Supervillains because what’s a hot hero without a sexy villain? A superhero is only as good as his rogues’ gallery. Most likely, that is why Batman is often a favorite by the general public. However, I’m a nerd, I read comics, and I know there are underrated villains!

I’m an author with quite a twisted mind. I like to make some of my villains sexy in various ways. Either it is their mind or physics or psychology, something about them has to make the reader want more. DC Comics’ aren’t oblivious to it either.

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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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