Lego batman movie villains

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The LEGO Batman Movie is now out in theaters, bringing the Batman mythos and franchise lore to the LEGO Universe. As we say in our official review, one of the greatest joys of LEGO Batman is the deep knowledge of the character's history that the filmmakers clearly have - and that is clearly evident from the sheer amount of Batman villains they adapted for the film.

Some of them are all too recognizable, but some of them even hardcore Batman may not recognize, as they were pulled from pretty old, obscure, and outdated Batman comics. You may not have enough time to spot them all while the movie playing, but for your convenience we've gathered them together. Here is Every Batman Villain in The LEGO Batman Movie.

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The Joker

Hangover Trilogy and Baskets star Zach Galifianakis voiced Batman's nemesis.

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Harley Quinn

Harley is voiced Parks and Recreation and Kroll Show funny lady, Jenny Slate.

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Catwoman

X-Men: First Class and Mad Max: Fury Road starlet Zoë Kravitz voiced Catwoman.

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Comedian Doug Benson does a great Tom Hardy impression as Bane.

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Riddler

One of the biggest headlines going into The LEGO Batman Movie's promotional campaign was that late night host Conan O'Brien was taking on this voice role.

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Scarecrow

The League's wild man Jason Mantzoukas voices the master of fear - though he's more funny than scary in the film.

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Clayface

Big Bang Theory actress Kate Micucci (Lucy) voiced Clayface.

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Mr. Freeze

The LEGO Batman Movie Villains - Mr. Freeze

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Poison Ivy

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Killer Croc

Suicide Squad's resident cannibal looked way more "crocish" in the movie.

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Man-Bat

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Two-Face

This one was a lot of fun for fans, as Batman (1989) star Billy Dee Williams finally got take his role as Harvey Dent all the way into Two-Face territory.

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Penguin

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Hugo Strange

Batman's whacked-out head shrink foe pops up for a quick second in the film. Extra points for nailing the beard.

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Mutant Leader

Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns gets a special shoutout via this savage villain's appearance.

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Crazy Quilt

. Getting into the more obscure villains, Crazy Quilt is a villain who's had multiple incarnations stretching back to the 1940s. All of them were pretty silly - including this one, with a helmet that uses colored light hypnosis and shoots laser beams.

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Mime is one of those ideas that could only come from the cocaine '80s: a girl whose parents died in a fireworks factory starts a mime company - only to turn criminal when the mime company goes bankrupt (shocker).

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Polka Dot Man

Dude is from the zany '60s era, and you can tell because his outfit has spots he can peel off and use in any number of stupid ways.

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Eraser

An old schoolmate of Bruce Wayne who (for some dumb reason) turns to a life of crime wearing and eraser-themed costume.

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Apparently if you repair someone's spine with an Orca whale spine, they become a whale-themed supervillain.

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Tarantula

There have been two DC characters to take on this mantle. You'd be hard-pressed to remember either of them.

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King Tut

This guy was a silly creation of the '60s Batman TV show - and yet, they still brought him into the comic book universe, eventually. Now, he's a part of the movies, too. Good for him. Still a dumb villain.

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Clock King

There have been some good versions of Clock King - this movie clearly wanted the sillier version to play with.

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Calendar Man

Like Clock King, Calendar Man has been retconned into a much better Batman villain than. this (see: The Long Halloween).

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Catman

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Kite Man

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Condiment King

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Zebra Man

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The Gentleman Ghost

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The Zodiac King

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Killer Moth

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March Hare

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The Kabuki Twins

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Magpie

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Calculator

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Doctor Phosphorus

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Egghead

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Help Joker destroy Gotham City (failed).

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The Phantom Zone Criminals are major antagonists in the 2017 Warner Bros. animated film The LEGO Batman Movie.

The Phantom Zone Criminals are an evil group composed of supposedly the most evil villains in the LEGO Multiverse, all imprisoned in the inescapable Phantom Zone. After being freed from their imprisonment by the Joker, they agree to become his minions and help him destroy Gotham and take revenge on Batman.

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After not only having his latest plot foiled by Batman, but being rejected as the Caped Crusader's greatest arch-nemesis as well, Joker laments to Harley Quinn about how he is not respected as a villain. While watching Lois Lane's news interview with Superman, Joker becomes frustrated at how Superman had a healthy hero-villain relationship with General Zod, yet Batman avoids having one with him. Towards the end of the interview, Superman states that he was forced to imprison Zod in the Phantom Zone, which also has some of the most evil villains of all time housed in it, getting Joker to formulate a new plan.

Over a long period of events, Joker and Harley Quinn psychologically manipulate Batman into stealing the Phantom Zone projector from the Fortress of Solitude and get him to use it to imprison Joker inside the Phantom Zone, resulting in Batman and his adopted son Dick Grayson being arrested. After happily descending into the Phantom Zone, Joker is scanned by the Zone's gatekeeper Phyllis and is introduced to the Zone's other prisoners. The other criminals take an instant disliking to Joker and try to have him killed, however, after Joker states that he knows how to get them out, they willingly agree to serve him in-exchange for their freedom.

After the villains are under Joker's service, Harley Quinn uses the Phantom Zone Projector to create a portal from the Zone to Earth. Joker, as a giant hologram, then tells Gotham that he intends to take over the city with the help of real villains, betraying his former minions, and unleashes his villain army on the city. As most of his minions run rampant, Joker has Sauron tell him the location of the Batcave (not realizing that Batman and Bruce Wayne are the same person) before heading there with his allies and destroying Wayne Manor, converting the entire Island into a Joker-themed amusement park. Batman, along with Dick Grayson, Barbara Gordon and Alfred then begin to make their way towards Joker Island in order to stop Joker, however, they are constantly intercepted by Joker's minions. Batman eventually realizes that Sauron is watching their every movement and then tricks The Kraken into shooting a massive energy blast into Sauron's eye, destroying him as Joker and his other minions watch in horror. After using the Scuttler to forcefully send his allies away to prevent them from getting hurt, Batman infiltrates Joker's lair and is easily caught and banished to the Phantom Zone by Joker, before he and his minions take off with the bomb Joker tried to use earlier in the film, planning on destroying the city. Upon arriving in the Phantom Zone, Batman tries to tells Phyllis that he is a hero, however, as he is scanned for how evil he is, Batman realizes that he isn't the hero he thought he was when shown how antagonistic and mean-spirited he had been towards the people around him.

As Dick Grayson starts following his example and plunges head-first into danger, Batman bargains that, if he is released, he will return all the escaped prisoners to the Phantom Zone and then return to his imprisonment, to which Phyllis agrees to. Upon returning to the real world, Batman saves his friends from being destroyed by the villains from the Phantom Zone and regains the Phantom Zone Projector. Batman and his friends then prepare to defeat the villains and are unexpectedly joined by Joker's old henchmen, who want revenge on Joker for not taking them seriously. Batman and his allies then start to fight back against Joker's allies and eventually banish all of the criminals back to the Phantom Zone, although they end up being too late to stop Joker's bomb. However, Batman successfully manages to convince Joker to help them save the city. As for the Phantom Zone Criminals, they are likely to stay at the Phantom Zone for eternity unless they are somehow released again.

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When it comes to Batman villains, we all know the usual suspects: the Joker, Penguin, Catwoman, Poison Ivy, and the Riddler. You may even be familiar with some of the less popular characters like Man Bat and Zsasz. But how well do you know the Dark Knight's extended gallery of rogues?

"The LEGO Batman Movie" puts Batman fans to the test by inserting a number of the Caped Crusader's most obscure and inane villains from over the years. The film does little to explain who they are — the Joker simply tells viewers to Google them.

If you were left scratching your head after these rarely known characters, we have you covered. Keep reading to see some of the strangest Batman villains shown in "The LEGO Batman Movie."

18. Clock King

William Tockman, the Clock King, has no super powers, but he lives according to a strict sense of time sporting a mask, cape, and suit donned with clocks.

Though he was originally pretty harmless, more recent incarnations have given him the ability to see a few seconds into the future and pit him as some sort of genius who creates time-related accessories such as a teleporter.

He's probably one of the most recognizable out of this lot considering he was a villain on "Batman: The Animated Series."

17. Zebra-Man

The only thing Zebra-Man actually shares in common with the mammal are the stripes. The stripes on his body were an effect after scientist Jake Baker received powers to magnetize anything.

In a 1960 comic where Zebra-Man appears, Batman is also turned into Zebra-Batman briefly.

16. Orca

While searching for a paralysis cure, Dr. Grace Balin injected herself with a formula derived from the Orca whale. Good news: It healed her paralysis. Bad news: It transformed her into an Orca hybrid who quickly turned into a thief.

15. Tarantula

Catalina Flores started off as an FBI agent who became the Tarantula after being inspired by another DC character by the same name. Her crimefighting tactics were often a bit too extreme, usually involing murder and putting her at odds with Nightwing, one of Batman's former sidekicks.

14. Crazy Quilt

Paul Dekker, (aka Crazy Quilt) is an ex-painter who leaves behind clues to his crimes in paintings. Dekker got the name after being blinded by a gunshot wound. He regained his sight through an experimental surgery, which left him seeing an array of bright colors.

Still, Quilt's kind of cool because — unlike some of these other villains — he has powers, including enhanced sight and the ability to both control light and hypnotize others with his helmet.

13. Killer Moth

The original Killer Moth set out to be the anti-Batman. He had no superhero powers, but he did have a "moth mobile," a "moth signal," and a "Mothcave" just like Batman. A "cocoon gun" allowed him to wrap up enemies in sticky thread.

This is another villain who wasn't taken very seriously, not even by other villains.

Later versions of the character were able to fly. At one point, he was even given powers and became a pretty frightening monster called Charaxes.

12. The Mime

Camilla Cameo is a trained mime, ballerina, and thief who has electrified gloves and a silenced pistol — a girl's got to have backup!

11. King Tut

King Tut wants nothing more than to rule Gotham as its rightful heir. Seriously.

The need to rule Gotham came about after Yale professor William McElroy was knocked unconscious at work. When he woke up, he thought Gotham was Thebes and that he was King Tut.

Tut has appeared several times throughout the DC universe starting in the 1960's "Batman" show. Also known as Victor Goodman in the comics, he has left Egyptian-themed riddles for people to solve. The Riddler wasn't too fond of that and teamed up with Batman to take him down.

10. Catman

Catman is essentially a male version of Catwoman.

Introduced in 1963, the jungle cat trapper Thomas Blake, took to a life of crime after he became bored with hunting and spent a good deal of his fortune. Like Catwoman, he has a penchant for stealing cat-themed items.

Catwoman wasn't particularly thrilled about him stepping in on her territory. He became such a nuisance to her that she even helped Batman capture him.

He became known in the DC universe as something of a joke and eventually headed to Africa to live with lions until they were killed. In 2005, Catman joined a group along with Deadshot called the Secret Six which went after Superman's nemesis, Lex Luthor.


The Lego Batman Movie (2017) is loaded with in-jokes, nods and various winks to Batman mythology. From links to cartoons and comic books, to lines from the Batman movies, the references are never-ending.

The film is also packed full of Batman villains – 39 of them! This is the most Batman foes to ever appear in one film (and there are even more villains in the movie).

But who are all the villains in The Lego Batman Movie and are they proper Batman bad guys and gals?

Well, to answer those questions, here is every Batman villain featured in The Lego Batman Movie. I’ve also included details of where these characters first appeared.


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For The Lego Batman Movie, Bane’s appearance and mannerisms are heavily borrowed from the 2012 movie, The Dark Knight Rises.


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Condiment King was initially created for a one-off appearance in Batman: The Animated Series via the 1995 episode, Make ‘Em Laugh. Yes, he’s a real character!


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Egghead made his debut via the 1966 Batman TV show. The character was played by Vincent Price.


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King Tut made his first appearance in the Batman mythology via the 1966 Batman TV show, where he was played by Victor Buono.


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The Mutant Leader made his debut in the pages of The Dark Knight Returns in 1986.


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And even more Batman villains

As well as the villains listed above, a number of additional Batman villains also crop up in the background of The Lego Batman Movie. These characters include:

Beyond Batman


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In addition to the Batman foes listed above, The Lego Batman Movie also features even more iconic villains! These additional villains push the movie’s ‘baddie’ count up to a whopping 55!

Here are the additional villains:

Even though Batman has to face all of these villains throughout The Lego Batman Movie, he does it without breaking a sweat. He also gets a little help from his friends too – which is good, because WOW that really is a lot of villainy for one movie.

The LEGO Batman Movie hit theaters this weekend and everything is officially awesome. With extremely positive reviews, great buzz and what looks to be a healthy box office haul, the folks over at Warner Bros. must be pretty happy right about now. But it’s not only studio execs who are smiling. Lifelong fans of the Caped Crusader are likely pretty pleased with the spinoff as well, as there are a ton of references, Easter eggs and goodies sprinkled throughout the film for people to pick up on.

Some are pretty obvious and blatant, while others are clearly only there for the most hardcore of Batfans. Either way, one thing that we’re sure many people can agree on is that no matter how hard they looked, they probably weren’t able to catch every Batman villain that showed up. Be honest, how many do you think there were? 10? 15? 20? Try 39. Yup, that’s right. The LEGO Batman Movie packed in a whopping 39 villains. And that’s just the bad guys. We’re not counting all the other familiar DC faces who made surprise appearances here.

MORE NEWS FROM THE WEB

Admittedly, some of these characters are pretty obscure (and just plain bizarre) and we’re willing to bet that you haven’t even heard of a lot of them, but the folks over at Coming Soon have gone through the film and picked all the bad guys out for your convenience. Seriously, big shoutout to them as we certainly missed many of these villains upon our first viewing of the spinoff. They are there though, and in the gallery below, you’ll see proof of that, as we’ve got photos for each and every one of them.

From the obvious villains like the Joker, Bane and Harley Quinn, to the mostly unknown characters like Mime, Catman and Calculator (we know, they dug really deep here), check out the awesome gallery Coming Soon put together and be sure to let us know how many of these villains you managed to spot while watching The LEGO Batman Movie this weekend!



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