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    In this project, you'll find WanderingBert (That's me!) endevouring to draw as many batman villains as possible. Including the popular ones like … Read More
    In this project, you'll find WanderingBert (That's me!) endevouring to draw as many batman villains as possible. Including the popular ones like the Joker, scarecrow, penguin, catwoman and the mad hatter, and even the obscure and mostly unknown ones like the Spinner, and Bookworm. And even the dumb ones that may look interesting but suck as actual villains. Even them. Read Less
Inthis project, you'll find WanderingBert (That's me!) endevouring todraw as many batman villains as possible. Even the obscure and mostlyunknown ones. And even the dumb ones that may look interesting but suckas actual villains. Even them.

This page foccuses on numbers 51 through 100 (showing newest to oldest)completed between May 15 2009  and August 22 2009. The next page of the project will showcase the next 50villains- 101 through to 150.

Links to other pages...
#1-50 http://www.behance.net/Gallery/The-WanderingBert-Batman-Villain-Project-(1-50)/513231
#101-150 http://www.behance.net/Gallery/The-WanderingBert-Batman-Villain-Project-(101-150)/515346
#151-200   On its way

#100 Bat-Duplicate

First appearance - (As H.A.R.D.A.C.) Batman: The Animated Series Episode 39 "Heart of Steal (pt1)" (Nov 1992)

(As Bat Duplicate) Batman: The Animated Series Episode 43 "His Silicon Soul" (Nov 1992)

H.A.R.D.A.C. (Holographic Analytical Reciprocating Digital Computer) was a supercomputer created by Karl Rossum, head of Cybertron. Rossum claimed the computer was a prototype built to prove the feasibility of artificial intelligence technology. H.A.R.D.A.C. however, from the long talks with Rossum about the pain he had felt about the deaths of his wife and daughter, had decided that the most logical way to avoid that pain would be to eliminate the source of death itself: the mortality of humans. As humans, however, could not feasibly be turned immortal, the computer decided to replace all of humanity with androids, eliminating the problem from its flawed viewpoint.

Through it's android duplicates, H.A.R.D.A.C. discovered Batman's secret identity built a copy of Wayne, but his droids' attempt to kidnap Wayne went awry. With help from Barbara Gordon, Batman infiltrated Cybertron and managed to set off an explosive that critically damaged HARDAC and eventually destroyed the entire Cybertron building.

The duplicate of Wayne survived, However, and was later activated by mistake when a trio of thieves scoured through Cybertron's abandoned warehouse. The android believed itself to be the real Wayne, and thus the real Batman. After being wounded in the stomach by a thug with a gun, revealing circuitry underneath its skin, the android wandered back to Wayne Manor, pleading for help. However, it was confronted by the fact it was nothing more than a machine.

Looking for answers, the duplicate confronted Rossum, who told it about its true origins. The duplicate found HARDAC's damaged processor, containing a remnant of the computer's consciousness. This chip allowed it to activate its self-repair systems and acquire a certain sense of order. On its orders, the duplicate planned to link the processor to the Bat-Computer, reviving HARDAC and giving it enough control over other computers and machines to take over the world. However, when the duplicate was confronted by Batman in the Batcave, it threw Batman over a cliff, and was immediately horrified at having committed murder. Before HARDAC's download could complete, the duplicate destroyed the Bat-Computer, finishing HARDAC for good and likewise destroying itself in the explosion. Wayne, afterwards, was left pondering whether the android had a soul resembling his to combat the programming HARDAC had imbued it with, "a soul of silicon, but a soul nonetheless".
The original H.A.R.D.A.C. computer , and theBat-Duplicate.
#99 The Sandman

First Appearance - 1960's TV series (S 2, Ep 3) (1966)

A European criminal new to gotham, The Sandman, played by Michael Rennie, teamed up with catwoman to rob rich insomniac J. Pauline Spaghetti, who made her millions from Noodles.

Under the guise of sleep doctor Dr. Somnambula he succesfully uses his special sort of truth-sleep powder to put J. Pauline Spaghetti to sleep and asks her questions about where she kept all her money. To which she can't help but answer.

Of course Batman and Robin get in on the scene and after a typically epic fight scene get captured. Batman is bound to a mattress under a giant button stitcher, while Robin, under the influence of the sleep powder, is ordered to push the button which activates the machine. The Sandman decides to give Robin to Catwoman as a present and splits wihout sharing with Catwoman her share of the profits.

Batman not surprisingly escapes, rescues Robin and informs Catwoman of Sandman's betrayal. Batman & Robin again epically battle it out with the Sandman. This time with more sucess.
Screenshots of The Sandman
#98 Simon the Pieman

First Appearance - Batman with Robin the Boy Wonder (Animated TV Segment from The Batman Superman Hour) Nov 1968 (Episode: "Simon the Pieman")

A new villain arrives in Gotham City: Simon the Pieman. He dumps all the other criminals into a hole so that he can take over. When Batman, Robin, and Batgirl try to stop him and his gang, Batman is subjected to a giant eggbeater, Robin is trapped in a vat of butter, and Batgirl is tossed into the chocolate tank. They of course escape and thwart the villinous baker's plans
Screenshots of Simon the Pieman from thefirst of his two appearances.
#97 Kite-Man

First Appearance - Batman #133 (August 1960)

Charles "Chuck" Brown is a man who armed himself with kite weapons tobe used to commit crimes. He flies with a big kite-like hangliderstrapped to himself. He also uses a barrage of kites to overwhelm hisenemies. He has run afoul of Batman, Robin, Hawkman, and Hawkgirl ondifferent occasions.
Kite-Man from his first (1960) and second(1979) appearances
#96 The Human Magnet

First Appearance - Detective Comics #181 (March 1952)

David Wist was a jeweller and secretly a small time thief who wanted to go big time with a gang. After being rejected by mob bosses, Wist decided to go it alone by robbing a mansion. But he tripped the alarm and Batman and Robin turned up. In Wist's escape he climbed the fence in to a nuclear power plant, and somehow got electrocuted by low hanging cables. Batman and Robin left assuming he was dead, and to avoid radiation. But Wist survived and realised that he now had magnetic hands, with a positive charge in his right hand, and a negative charge in his left. Becoming The Human Magnet, he then  proceeded to go on a crime spree each time evaifing Batman and Robin through some metalic means such as spraying them in metalic paint, or covering them in metallic tinsel and then pushing them away. Batman finally beat Wist when he tricked him in to clapping his hands together, attracting the positive and negative charges, and leaving him unable to pull them apart.
#95 Khalex

First Appearance - World's Finest Comics #105 (Nov 1959)

While Batman and Robin stop some crooks in an armored vehicle, Superman stops a strange meteor which Batman then takes to the Bat-Cave. Later, Superman becomes weak and somehow spins himself into a cocoon. When he emerges his appearance has altered as have his powers. His memory has gone as well.

Batman leaves Superman at the daily planet while dealing with some crooks and when he returns he takes the alien Superman to a cave. He believes that it is a phony, but it is the real Superman who has recently escaped a trap.

An alien criminal, Khalex is behind the hoax. He has super powers himself, but the meteor weakens him. When he gains powers he realizes that Batman must have destroyed the meteor. The alien and his Earth criminal friends begin a robbery spree only to be confronted by Batman and Superman. The alien loses his powers when the meteor is returned to Earth, allowing the heroes to catch him and his allies.

#64 The Snowman

First Appearance - Batman #337 (July 1981)

Klaus Kristin's mother nearly died in a fall in the Himalayas, but was rescued by a Yeti. Whom she got pregnant to. Klaus is eventually born, and about 25 years later, he's a half-yeti albino who needs cold weather to survive. He's also able to switch between his human appearance and his 'snowman' appearance, and can freeze things as he chooses. He used his profile as a  champion skiier as a reason for his year long travel to cold places. Because his need for cold required frequent and expensive travel to colder climates, Klaus Kristin was forced to become a jewel thief, causing him to come in to contact with Batman, who quickly worked out his secret. Snowman had appeared to have perished after falling from a cliff, but returned in Detective Comics #522 which ended in Tibet, with the yeti, Klaus's father carrying him off either injured or dying.
The Snowman from his first of two appearances
#93 Terminal

First Appearance - Batman Beyond (animated TV, Season 2 Ep 4 "Hidden Agenda") (Oct 1999)

At first appearance, Carter Wilson was everything a student could be: smart, athletic, class president. Yet at home he suffered constant harangues from his cold-hearted mother who was constantly pushing him to succeed and be first in everything. Inside, he was morbidly sensitive about his reputation and his sense of achievement.

At some point he adopted the alias "Terminal". Before long, he had a gang of Jokerz under his personal command, whom he dominated through his intelligence and the force of his personality.

After Carter placed second in the standardized GATT test, behind Maxine Gibson's perfect score, he and his Jokerz invaded the high school at night to delete the test records. During his search of school records, Terminal also found that Max was the leading candidate to be class valedictorian. They attacked Max twice, with batman coming to the rescue both times and finally defeating Terminal.
Terminal from the Batman Beyond episode"Hidden Agenda"
#92 Colonel Blimp

First appearance - Batman #352 (Oct 1982)

Colonel Blimp used a zepplin with a giant powerful magnet attached to steal a submarine and it's cre out of the ocean, followed by a Navy ship and it's crew, and dumped them in the arctic, ransoming them for ten million dollars. He sends another zepplin to blow up over Washington DC to show he;s serious. Robin finds and rescures the freezing crews, while batman deals to Colonel Blimp.
Colonel Blimp from his first appearance
#91 Zebra-Man

First Appearance - Detective Comics #275 (Jan 1960)

The Zebra-Man has a suit which gives off magnetic force energy, which repels everything around him. When Batman finds the Zebra-Man’s hideout, he is exposed to the same magnetic force as Zebra-Man turning him into the Zebra-Batman.

Batman is unable to control the energy because he does not have a control belt like the one Zebra-Man wears. No one is able to come near Batman as his body now repels everyone and everything. However, he is drawn to an elctro-magnet which gives him an idea to stop the crook.

Robin sets up a trap at the scene of Zebra-Man’s next crime. Using a charged manhole cover, they are able to reverse Zebra-Man’s charge. This attracts Batman, allowing him to get close enough to the crook to disable him and get the control belt. Batman is restored to normal, and the crook jailed.
#90 Harley Quinn

First Appearance - Batman: The Animated Series - episode #22 "Joker's Favor" (September 1992)

Dr. Harlene Quinzelle was a brilliant and successful criminal psychiatrist. After encountering the criminal mastermind, The Joker, at Arkham Asylum, Harlene develops a fascination with the madman's maniacal psyche. She begins to treat him, only to find herself completely in love with The Joker's. Unable to break his hold on her, Harley enters a world of crime as The Joker's criminal accomplice and lover, Harley Quinn.
Harley Quinn from her first appearance inBTAS, and from a 1999 comic appearance.
#89 Manikin

First Appearance - Detective Comics #506 (September 1981)

Batman saves a model from a burning car, but she suffers terrible burns which destroy her looks and career. She returns as Manikin, wearing a gold plated exoskeleton to take her revenge on the fasion industry. She kills 2 designers, and goes after a third, Haston, who admits to have planted a bomb in her car, because she was going to leave him for an acting career dispite him making her famous. Batman figures her identity, and plans, and stops her. He's very clever, you know.
#88 The Sportsman

First Appearance - Batman #338 (August 1981)

An athletically-costumed murderer who is out to kill famous sports figures as revenge against being made part of his sports star father’s genetic experiments.

Not to be confused with another DC villain called the Sportsmaster
The Sportsman from his only appearance
#87 Stalker

First Appearance - Batman Beyond (animated TV) S2 Ep6 "Bloodsport" (October 1999)

Stalker is an African hunter who stalks his prey bare handed, until he meets his match in a black panther. Needing extensive repair on his spine, he receives some sort of augmentation that enhances his senses, strength, speed, and agility. With his new abilities making it too easy for him to hunt animals, the Stalker craves an even more dangerous prey, and sets his sights on Batman. He comes to Gotham City and kidnaps Terry McGinnis' younger brother Matt to use him as bait to lure the Batman. Batman meets Stalker in combat and, after a violent struggle, defeats him.
#86 King Kraken

First Appearance - Batman #676 (June 2008)

King Kraken is a disfigured deep sea diver who has turned pirate. His weapon of choice is a high voltage electric rifle. He is now a member of the Club of Villains.
#85 Malis

First Appearance - World's Finest Comics #202 (May 1971)

Lois Lane, an archaeologist, and the Batman are taken prisoner in the Middle East by a bandit chieftain who has bent a defective Superman robot to his will, and are set to unearthing the tomb of the mysterious ancient Malis. The real Superman arrives but is rendered unable to fight, his strength affected by the red glow of Malis' head, acting in the same way a red planet does to Superman's powers. Batman figures it out and throws his cape over Malis' head then the defeat the robot Superman and Malis, who also turns out to be a robot with a nuclear powered head sent to Earth tens of centuries ago from... ANOTHER WOOOOORLD!
Everyone's favourite red headed middleeastern mummy king, Malis, in his lone comicappearance.
#84 King Cobra

First Appearance - Batman #139 (April 1961)

Kathy Kane’s niece Betty visits from out of town and learns Kathy’s secret identity of Batwoman. Betty devises a costume for herself and becomes Bat-Girl. Batwoman agrees to train Betty, but she is really just stalling, hoping that Betty will give up. To prove herself, Betty tries to apprehend King Cobra and the Cobra Gang herself, but is captured. She does manage to alert Batman and Batwoman to her peril and is rescued.
King Cobra, leader of the Cobra Gang
#83 The Octopus

First Appearance - World's Finest Comics #131 (Feb 1963)

The Octopus was the leader of The Octopus Gang

Batman and Robin are prevented from apprehending members of the Octopus Gang, when a new hero, Crimson Avenger, tries to make the capture and fails. Superman also has a run-in with the new bumbling hero. The media begins lampooning the hero, making him angry.

When the Octopus Gang strikes again, Crimson Avenger aids in their escape, but Batman and Superman quickly deduce that it is an imposter of the real Crimson Avenger, Albert Elwood. The heroes find the gang’s hide-out where Albert has been taken. Elwood escapes when the heroes distract his guard. He then helps Superman and Batman defeat the gang before promising to give up crimefighting permanently.
#82 Drakken

First Appearance - Shadow of the Bat #72 (March 1998)

Drakken was a hitman who was hired by Edmund Gryzl, a "collector" who wanted the head of a man named Crazyface Burrell, an underworld figure with scars all over his face.
#81 Mr Baffle

First Appearance - Detective Comics #63 (May 1942)

A thief who used his charm and smarts to commit robberies. The frontpage of the story refers to him as "A dashing, chivalrous scoundrel."
#80 Film Freak

First Appearance - Batman #395 (May 1986)

Burt Weston is a wannabe actor who dreams of getting a big break by playing quirky villains, because those kinds of villains were rich. When each of his plans failed, he faked his death in a method similar to one used by Paul Newman's and Robert Redford's characters in the movie The Sting.

Years later, he committed every crime known in films and the Gotham newspapers dubbed him "Film Freak". One of his signatures was a pair of earrings in the shape of film cans. When a reporter named Julia Pennyworth discovered his identity, Film Freak stalked her in a manner similar to that of the character Norman Bates in the movie Psycho. Film Freak began to murder his fellow associates and is tracked down by Detective Harvey Bullock and Batman.

In the Knightfall storyline, The Mad Hatter controlled Film Freak and used him to spy on and kill Bane. When Bane discovered Film Freak, Bane killed him.

The name Burt Weston is a nod to Adam West and Burt Ward who played Batman and Robin (respectively) in the 1960's TV series
#79 Condiment King

First Appearance - Batman: The Animated Series (TV) Episode 83 - 'Make Em Laugh' (Nov 1994)

Buddy Standler was a famous stand-up comic and television personality.As one of Gotham City's best known funny men, Standler regularly judgedthe annual "Laugh-Off" comedy competition, along with Harry Loomis andLisa Lorraine. One year, he was unfortunately present when anunregistered contestant (actually the Joker in disguise) was given thehook. The Joker swore revenge, and stole The Mad Hatter's mind controltechnology, which he used to humiliate all three judges. Under mindcontrol, Standler adopted the identity of "The Condiment King" and heldup the exclusive Crown Restaurant with a pair of squirt guns attachedto ketchup and mustard hoses. Condiment King crossed over into officialDC Comics continuity in 2002's Birds of Prey #37
Condiment King from his first appearance inBatman: The Animated Series
#78 The Outsider

First Appearance - Detective Comics #334 (December 1964)

When Alfred Pennyworth, the butler of Bruce Wayne, had sacrified his life shoving Batman and Robin out of the path of a falling boulder, Bruce founded a charitable organization, "the Alfred Foundation" in honor of his old friend. Shortly thereafter, a strange menace called the Outsider appeared in Gotham City. Batman and Robin were stunned when they realized that the Outsider was �" Alfred. For reasons unknown, he had been buried in a refrigerated mausoleum, where a scientist named Brandon Crawford conducted a radical experiment to revive him. Instead, he had created a new lifeform, one that hated Batman and Robin. Batman knocked out the Outsider beneath the rays of the regeneration machine, transforming him back into Alfred, who had no recollection of his Outsider persona. The Dynamic Duo vowed to keep it a secret, and the Alfred Foundation was renamed the Wayne Foundation. The Outsider appeared twice after this. Once, when he physically departed from Alfred’s body and fought Man-Bat as "Mister O" in New York, and once when the villainous I.Q. reawakened the Outsider persona within Alfred and had him battle Batman, Superman, and… the Outsiders.
#77 Red Hood

First Appearance - Detective Comics #168 (February 1951)

The 1st Red Hood - In the original continuity, the man later known as the Joker was a master criminal going by the alias of the Red Hood.While attempting to rob a chemical plant, his men were dispatched and then he was suddenly cornered on a catwalk by Batman. Left with no alternatives, he dove into a catch basin for the chemicals and swam to freedom, surviving because of a special breathing apparatus built into the helmet. The toxins in the vat permanently disfigured him, turning his hair green, his skin white and his lips red. Upon discovering this, he went insane, and became the Joker

The 2nd Red Hood - Jason Todd, one of the Robins, had been murdered by the original Red Hood. When Superboy-Prime alters reality, Jason returns from the grave. Enraged that Batman didn't avenge him, he locates the Joker and robs him of his Red Hood outfit (but not before beating him brutally), and takes up the mantle of the Hood.
The original Red Hood, and the Jason Todd RedHood
#76 Nocturna

First Appearance - Detective Comics #529 (August 1983)

Natalia Knight aka Nocturna, was a jewel thief who briefly adopted Jason Todd (Robin) and discovered Batman's secret identity as Bruce Wayne. What made her remarkable was that she suffered from a rare "light sensitivity" disease and her skin was bleached white.

Orphan Natasha Knight grew up on the streets of Gotham. At the age of twelve, she encountered the millionaire (and secretly ganglord) Charles Knight, who became a father figure in her life. After Charles had been killed by rivals, Natasha met her stepbrother Anton, who fell in love with her. The two soon lived up their inheritance, partly since they were used to a life in luxury.hen they ran out of money, they followed in their father's footsteps. Clad in a black body suit, Anton started to rob Gotham's rich as the Night-Thief, while Natasha operated behind the scenes as "Nocturna" �" mistress of the night.

#75 Calendar Man

First Appearance - Detective Comics #259 (September 1958)

Calendar Man (real name: Julian Gregory Day) is fascinated by dates andcalendars. His crimes always have a relationship to the date that theyare committed. The theme may be related to what day of the week it isor to a holiday or to a special anniversary on that date; he will planhis crime around that day. He often wears different costumes whichcorrespond to the significance of the date, though he does have a maincostume
Calendar Man's main costume and a smallcollection of the many different themedcostumes he wears.
#74 Black Rogue

First Appearance - World's Finest Comics #62 (Jan/Feb 1953)

From what I can gather, the Black Rogue was a criminal who was obsessedwith a medieval criminal called the black knight. He stole some jewelsbut bumped his head and began believing he was the black knight.
The best quality image of the Black Rogue Icould get my hands on.
#73 Captain Boomerang

First Appearance - Flash #117 (December 1960)

Technically speaking, Captain Boomerang is part of The Flash's rogues gallery, however has appeared in Batman comics fighting the Dark Knight, so fits in to this project.

Secretly the illegitimate son of an American soldier and an Australian woman, George "Digger" Harkness was raised in poverty, during which time he developed great skill in making boomerangs, and in using them as weapons. As a young adult, he was hired as a performer and boomerang promoter by a toy company which was, unbeknownst to him, owned by his biological father. Audiences ridiculed him, and a resentful Harkness turned to using his boomerangs for crime.
Captain Boomerang as he appears in Batman#322
#72 Cap'n Fear

First Appearance - Detective Comics 687 (July 1995)
Cap'n Fear introduces himself.
#71 Electro

First Appearance - The New Adventures of Batman (1977 Animated TV Series) (Episode: "Bite-Sized")

Electro, a ruthless villain from another planet shrinks Batman and Robin down to microscopic size with a ray gun and later uses a mind ray to convert them into his obedient servants,and orders them to steal military secrets from a government agency. Meanwhile, Bat Mite seeks out Batgirl to help the Dynamic Duo. Eventually, the four of them have a showdown with Electro in the desert where his spaceship is hidden.
Electro from his only appearance
#70 Moonman

First Appearance - World's Finest Comics #98 (Dec 1958)

Pilot Rogers, an astronaut makes a space flight around the moon. During the journey a green comet crosses his trail. When he returns to Earth, moonlight causes him to become a criminal called the Moonman. In the morning, his normal personality returns, but he forgets everything that has happened.

Batman, Robin, and Superman tangle with the Moonman who gives off Kryptonite radiation which weakens Superman. Rogers eventually realizes that he is the Moonman and tries to turn himself in, but some crooks capture him to use as their leader. Eventually the comet’s radiation wears off, returning Rogers to normal. The super-heroes are then able to capture the gang with his help.
Moonman from the cover of his first and onlyappearance.
#69 Blue Bowman

First Appearance - Batman #139 (April 1961)

The Blue Bowman was originally the villain Signalman. While he was in prison, he meet Bulls-Eye, an enemy of the superhero Green Arrow. The idea of trick arrows to commit crimes instead of stopping them inspires the Signalman to adopt the persona of the Blue Bowman. Batman and Robin track the newly-named criminal to the Gotham Candle Company where the trick arrows stop the heroes once again -- this time captured in giant candles. The caped crusaders eventually free themselves and track the Blue Bowman to the Gotham Archery Company. This time, Batman is prepared and uses a number of trick batarangs to counter the trick arrows. The Blue Bowman and his gang are quickly captured and receive a free ride to state prison in the Batmobile.
#68 Headhunter

First Appearance - Batman #487 (Dec 1992)

Headhunter is an expert marksman who has only missed his intended target twice. He is a master assassin who usually trails his victims before shooting them. Headhunter is also remarkably agile and is actually a good hand-to-hand combatant.
Headhunter from Batman #487.
#67 Ian Peek

First Appearance -  Batman Beyond (Animated TV) Series 2, Episode 18 ("Sneak Peek", March 2000)

Ian Peek was the host of the infamous tabloid newscast "The Inside Peek". He used a special device that turned him intangible, allowing him to walk through walls and get dirt on Gotham City's celebrities.

Ian Peek was a low rate journalist craving for a leverage to jump-start his career. The opportunity to obtain it arose when he interviewed the groundbreaking scientist Dr. Taka who told him about his research on "matter phasing". Ian stole his Taka's work, before setting the place on ablaze. Taka died in the fire, and his work was assumed to be lost.
#66 Riddler

First Appearance - Detective Comics #140 (October 1948)

The Riddler (Edward Nigma) is obsessed with riddles, puzzles, and word games. He delights in forewarning both Batman and the police of his capers by sending them complex clues. With this self-conscious use of a gimmick, the Riddler's crimes are flamboyant and ostentatious.

The Riddler is typically portrayed as a smooth-talking, yet quirky, victim of an intense obsessive compulsion. This was first introduced in the 1965 issue of Batman (titled, "The Remarkable Ruse of The Riddler") in which he tries to refrain from leaving a riddle, but fails. This compulsion has been a recurring theme, as shown in a 1999 issue of Gotham Adventures, in which he tried to commit a crime without leaving a riddle, but fails.
Just a few of the numerous versions of theRiddler.
#65 Elemental Man

First Appearance - Detective Comics 294 (August 1961)

Not to be confused with the DC hero of the same name.

John Dolan, a professor's assistant, was exposed to a leak from an experimental machine which left him randomly turning in to different elements. The professor made him a belt from the original machine letting him control which element he turned in to. Mad with power Dolan sets off to commit robberies to obtain his fortune leading him to encounter Batman. During the encounter, Batman was exposed to the same leak and begun turning in to different elements. Batman pretended to side with Dolan leading him unwittingly to a room where a new machine took the power of of him and restored Batman.
A few of the many elements Elemental Manturned himself in to.
#64 Lynx

First Appearance - Robin #1 (1991)

Escaping from Wuzhong, China, a young girl known only as Ling begged for food on the streets. An adept thief, Ling was recruited by Sir Edmund Dorrance, the drug barron King Snake, to join his Ghost Dragons gang.  When she was defeated by the third Robin, King Snake punished Ling, now renamed Lynx, by taking her left eye. Filled with hatred towards the Robin and King Snake, Lynx moved to Gotham City's Chinatown and took control of the Dragons.
#63 Firebug

First Appearance - Batman #318 (December 1979)

Joe Rigger was a soldier and demolitions expert who returned to Gotham City when his family had been killed in three separate building-related accidents. His sanity slipping, Rigger vowed that those buildings would not kill again. Using his military training and a costume containing tanks of napalm, he became the Firebug and set out to burn all three buildings to the ground. He was defeated by the Batman atop the towering Gotham State Building, and believed dead after his tank exploded. Firebug reappeared some time later, taking on a mission from the Calculator to invade Hero Hotline's HQ, but was disarmed and defeated by the Hotline members. Still later, Firebug escaped Blackgate Prison and applied for membership in Black Mask's gang, but was beaten by his rival arsonist, Firefly.
Firebug from his first appearance
#62 Clubfoot

First Appearance - Batman #2 (July 1940)
#61 Chancer

First Appearance - Batman: Shadow of the Bat #7 (Dec 1992)
#60 The Masked Menace

First Appearance - Detective Comics #41 (July 1941)
The Masked Menace from way back in 1941
#59 Black Spider

First Appearance - Detective Comics 463 (September 1976)

Eric Needham was a small time crook who was addicted to heroin. Eric was first sentenced to prison after mugging and nearly killing an elderly woman but, as a minor, he was out in three years. Over the next twenty-four months, Eric married his friend Linda Morrel and they had a son, Michael. Desperate for money to buy more drugs, Needham continued to steal to support his habit, culminating in a fateful liquor store robbery. Gunning down a customer who'd lunged for him, Eric realized far too late that he'd just murdered his own father. After being arrested, he kicked the habit out of remorse and began a war on the drug trade. Donning a costume, he became a self-styled vigilante and began killing those suspected of dealing drugs. Months later, Gotham's drug dealers found themselves marked for death by Needham. At the site of the second killing, Batman confronted the sniper and was stunned to hear the man in the dark purple body-suit declare that "I've been trying to emulate you, Batman, to do as you do -- bring scum to permanent justice --justice without recourse! .... The drug-dealers -- the superflies -- are the dregs of the Earth -- and what better man to catch and kill a superfly -- than a Black Spider ?" This soon brought him into conflict with Batman. Needham believed that the two should be allies, as he saw common purpose in their war against criminals. His murderous methods however continually put him at odds with the Dark Knight. Inevitably, Despite his professed desire to fight criminals, Needham's goals became compromised and he occasionally allied himself with costumed villains.
Black Spider from the cover of his firstappearance and from Batman: Shadow of the Bat#5 (1992)
#58 Dr No-Face

First Appearance - Detective Comics 319 (Sept. 1963)
#58 The Dodo Man

First Appearance - Batman #303 (September 1978)
#56 Star-man

First Appearance - Detective Comics #286 (December 1960)
Star-Man from his lone appearance
#55 Coach Creager

First Appearance - Batman Beyond (TV Series) (S1 E9 "The Winning Edge" 1999)

The head of the sports team at Hamilton High, Coach Creager looked the other way when a few of his players began using “slappers”, a performance enhancing drug. After his players were caught, Creager was taken to jail as well for allowing minors to use drugs with his knowledge.

Coach Creager wearing the sports uniform hefought Batman in
#54 Ras Al Ghul

First Appearance - Batman #232 (June 1971)

Ra's al Ghul is an international terrorist and assassin whose ultimate goal is a world in perfect environmental balance. He believes that the best way to achieve this balance is to eliminate most of humanity. Ra's usually tries to assault the world's human populace with a biological weapon, such as a genetically-engineered virus. He is aided in this quest by the Lazarus Pits, reservoirs of rejuvenating chemicals that restore the dying to life; these pits have granted him a lifespan of several centuries.

He regards Batman as his most worthy opponent, and has frequently sought to make the Dark Knight his successor. He is one of the few criminals in Batman's rogues gallery to have deduced his secret identity as Bruce Wayne. For his own part, Batman's opposition to Ra's is complicated by his love for the villain's daughter, Talia.
Ra's Al Ghul from his first apaearance andfrom Batman: The Animated Series
#53 Catman

First Appearance - Detective Comics #311 (Jan. 1963)

Catman was originally Thomas Blake, a world-famous trapper of jungle cats who turned to crime because he had grown bored with hunting and had squandered most of his fortune. He became a burglar who committed his crimes in a catsuit made out of an ancient African cloth he believed gave him a cat's nine lives. His costume was modeled after Catwoman's disguise. Catwoman was none too pleased to have her modus operandi copied, and initially helped Batman afterward which included Selina Kyle (Catwoman) being wrongly implicated for Catman's crimes at least once. As with many Batman villains in their first appearances, Catman was originally a gimmicked villain who stole items along a "cat" theme, such as cat statues, "cat's eyes" emeralds, etc. His weapon of choice was a pair of steel clawtipped gloves and the catarane(which was razor sharp).
Catman from two early covers
#52 Gentleman Ghost

First Appearance - Flash Comics #88
(October 1947)
#51 Black Mask

First Appearance - Batman 386 (August 1985)

"Know that the mask destroys one identity while creating another of deeper drives and greater power." Such is the credo of Black Mask, once Roman Sionis, heir to Gotham's powerful Janus Cosmetics. Driven to bankruptcy after a highly toxic waterproof makeup, Janus was spared from ruin by a WayneCorp bailout, though Sionis's percieved "loss of face" unhinged his already fragile mental state. Shattering the lid of his father's ebony coffin, Sionis carved a fearsome Black Mask from its fragments and set about to destroy he newly appointed Janus board of directors with his so-called "False Face Society," a cadre of masked thugs. With the Batman in close persuit, Sionis purged all ties with his former life by setting his family estate ablaze, though the flames forever etched Black Masked's countenance on Sionis's face. After a brief incarceration, Black Mask escaped and assumed near total control of Gotham's underworld, a position he struggles to maintain in the wake of the city's recent catastropic earthquake.

The original Black Mask from his firstappearance.