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.
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.
Teen Titans, Teen Titans GO!, Young Justice and now TITANS! The first season was brilliant, and here is the recap!
Just An Intro
DC Comics‘ Titans making a stand! Titans or Teen Titans is a pioneer of its genre in the comic book world. Because, what happens to the sidekicks when they want to become their heroes? You can’t quit being a hero.
It’s in your blood. Teen Titans made it real for the grown-up sidekicks, and Titans are all grown-ups***!