Jervis Tetch Secret Arkham File

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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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Confession Of A Misanthrope Artist

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It took me years to understand myself. People rejected me at a very young age. Sure I have scars like any other my age, but I’m also differently wired.

When People Disgust Me

Confession of a misanthrope artist, are you ready for it? Let’s dive in! At a young age, I couldn’t stand how people close to me, except for my grandpa, would remove a stain from my face or simply wash my hands. I did not like the contact. As I grew older, I thought it was merely a case of germaphobia.

But, I understood that it wasn’t just the passing of germs and bacteria but the unnecessary touch. I couldn’t process why someone would do that as I would prefer learning and mimicking, so I could do it myself.

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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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Futuristic Friendship

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Friendship is a relationship of mutual affection between people. It is a stronger form of interpersonal bond than an association. — Wikipedia

Roughly Ten Years Ago

Futuristic friendship comes from the web now.

Not so long ago, we would meet our new friends on the school ground. We would meet some at our work or bookstore, at a coffee shop, and it would be something physical. Now, it changed. Something in us shifted. It’s like reversing, and we must adapt to new types of friendships…or maybe that’s just me?

For introverts, the introduction to chats on the Internet or forums made it easier to express themselves. Don’t get me wrong. I’m one of those! I am not comfortable speaking to people or elaborating vocally on subjects. Social gatherings for me are of minimal importance.

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Scarecrow 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!

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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An Artist With Anxiety

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When I was younger, I thought that my night terrors were usual. I thought that my overactive imagination was a curse.

I thought I was abnormal and didn’t fit in anywhere. I didn’t know an artist lived with anxiety.

Once Upon A Time

I grew up with my mother and grandparents under the same roof. My mother was an artist, drawing and painting. My grandpa worked at a binding company for publishers. He would bring home many books that had small defaults in the paging, margins or didn’t make the mark. Believe me; we had priceless bookshelves!

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