There are many ongoing and eternal comic book debates. Marvel vs. DC. Married or single Spider-Man. Superman with trunks, or without. But one thing that almost no one ever argues with is this—Batman has the best rogues’ gallery, hands down. Sorry Spidey, you are close second. But the Dark Knight’s legion of bad guys win every time. And the best interpretation of the Bat villains in history probably are those found in
An artist by the name of Raf Grassetti has given his own interpretation of the classic Batman baddies from the cartoon, with far more realistic detail than the streamlined versions of the animated designs. So it’s a bit more detailed than Bruce Timm’s original designs, but not
The first one up is Two-Face, also known as D.A. Harvey Dent. Although the Aaron Eckhart version from
Bane, in his classic Mexican wrestler look, is still the best Bane. Sorry, Tom Hardy. I still love you.
Killer Croc has only shown up in live-action once. You might have forgotten, but he was in
Somehow, the more “kid-friendly” version of the Scarecrow from the cartoon is still the creepiest version. Although, the version from
I love Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, regardless of what costume she uses. But I would do pretty much anything to see her in her classic
Oswald Cobblepot’s more realistic design is very reminiscent of the Danny DeVito version from
There have been many great Jokers. But in this fan’s humble opinion, Mark Hamill’s is still the GOAT.
Due to the very comic-booky nature of the character, Clayface might not ever see a live-action incarnation. But who even needs it, when the animated version pretty much nailed the character from the get go? But if he does show up in cinemas at some point, I kind of hope he looks like this.
There are still a few classic