Scarecrow, whose real name is Jonathan Crane, is a super villain character – Batman’s enemy in DC Comics comics.
Jonathan was born an abandoned child. His father left before he was born, and his mother did not care about him, leaving Jonathan to his grandmother’s house. It was also the most terrible series of days in Jonathan’s life because his grandmother was an extreme religious fanatic, always tormenting and locking him in a dark room. And friends around always bully, take Jonathan out as a pastime. It was childhood filled with fear from home to going out that made Jonathan always haunted by fear.
Entering high school, Jonathan was still brutally bullied so he planned to take revenge on his bullies in a puppet costume, but he accidentally killed them and discovered the secret of “fear” can kill.” This prompted him to become a leading professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Gotham University, majoring in Phobias. He also performed fear experiments on his patients at Arkham Asylum. Gradually, these experiments began to go too far and drive his mind crazy
After Superman’s death, Batman and Wonder Woman stood up to find other heroes, creating the Justice League. Steppenwolf is the cause for the group to unite their strength. He comes from another planet, with a terrifying power, even Wonder Woman herself – who has the power of a demigod, struggles to fight him.
Steppenwolf rekindled his intention to invade the Mother Boxes – powerful boxes with endless possibilities. He and his minions, the army of Parademons, bring destruction to the Amazons, the Atlanteans, and humanity to achieve their goals. But in fact, Steppenwolf is not the strongest villain in the DC universe. He’s just Darkseid’s henchman, a truly powerful man that will shake the entire Justice League party. There are many predictions that, after Steppenwolf, Darkseid will appear in the DCEU and will make the Justice League really hard in battle.
Ares god of war
As the villain in a Wonder Woman movie, Ares is a god of war. Legend has it that long ago, Ares planned a coup against Zeus. He brings battle, pain and destruction. He destroyed the gods and mankind. That’s why Zeus gave the Amazons weapons and strength, just in case Ares returned. All stories about Ares, Wonder Woman are heard through narrative, until she actually meets him.
The battle between Ares and Wonder Woman on screen is an epic and dramatic battle. It was this war with Ares that Wonder Woman came to realize the painful truth about humanity. She thought that just by defeating this enemy, humanity would no longer have wars, but she was wrong.
Ra’s Al Ghul
Ra’s al Ghul better known as Demon’s Head runs the League of Assassin – a dedicated team formed to restore the balance of the world by killing many people.
The character first appeared in the DC Comics issue of 232 in 1971. He is not only a genius doctor and sword master, but also has the ability to live for hundreds of years thanks to an immortality potion. Lazarus Pits, making him a major threat to humanity and Batman.
The relationship between Ra’s al Ghul and Batman is quite strange as he respects Batman and has repeatedly wanted to associate Batman with his daughter so that he becomes the heir to the Demon’s Head throne.
Joker known to be Batman’s most enduring and vexing foe, representing “everything Batman is up to.” His appearance, personality, laughter and jokes often leave a deep impression on the audience and readers. His identity is very mysterious, his real name has never been revealed, only knowing that he is a criminal genius with an extremely monstrous personality, others also call him “the clown”. .
The Joker is elusive, often having detailed plans with great precision in his crimes. In many cases Batman can’t guess what the Joker’s next move is and falls into his trap. The Joker has a special relationship with Harley Quinn, the two of whom often act together to create one of the most scandalous couples in the comic book world.
Joker does not possess any special abilities, but in return he is extremely agile, has high martial arts, has combat skills as well as proficient weapons skills. Joker has the ability to create toxic chemicals, explosives, and many other dangerous homemade weapons. But the most terrifying thing is his genius but crazy brain and does not follow any normal rules.
Bizarro is the result of Lex Luthor’s experiments on the square planet Bizarro (a planet opposite to Earth) when trying to combine Superman and human DNA. This reverse version is much weaker compared to Superman. While Superman is agile and clever, Bizarro is extremely clumsy, Superman has eyes that shoot fire and breathes out ice, whereas Bizarro shoots ice out of his eyes and mouth and breathes out fire.
Originally destined to be a hero, Bizarro is seen as an “error” version of Superman in many ways. For example, Superman is smart, but Bizarro is completely stupid. These things make Bizarro “hated”. Painful, sad and disoriented, Bizarro gradually stepped into the path of being the bad guy like the Joker or Lex Luthor.
June Moon was an ordinary painter until she came to visit her friends at Terror Castle. There, she encounters a secret room, an entity calling herself a Dzamor that has given her the power of Enchantress. By opening her mouth to say “Enchantress”, June Moon will possess the extremely terrifying magical power of Enchantress.
With this power, she initially used it to defeat many criminals. But behind this power lies a terrifying mystery. Enchantress power makes June Moon form an evil, sinister personality. Such was the character of the sorceress Enchantress who truly possessed this power. The personality of the Enchantress is deeply rooted in June Moon’s subconscious, making June a schizophrenic person, sometimes right and wrong, sometimes as gentle as the wind, sometimes as cynical as a storm. That’s why we sometimes see Enchantress appear in superhero lists and sometimes in notorious criminal groups.
Enchantress in terms of strength is not inferior to any superhero or villain. In Suicide Squad, DC fans have seen a part of Enchantress’s power including: instantaneous movement, elemental control, spirituality, creating an army …
General Zod is Superman’s nemesis, first appearing in Man of Steel 2013. He is from the planet Krypton, along with Superman. In the film, the planet Krypton is on the verge of destruction. Due to disagreement with the leadership, he planned a coup. However, General Zod’s plans failed, causing him to be exiled.
Meanwhile, Superman’s biological father foresaw the fate of the planet Krypton, so he stole the Rune – a repository of information about future generations of the Kryptonians. He sent Gu Ban with his son Kal-El (later Clark Kent/Superman) to Earth. Later, when Kal-El grew up, he realized his difference and found the spaceship that brought him here. Unfortunately, Kal-El accidentally left his position to general Zod. General Zod, having escaped punishment due to his planet’s destruction, immediately went to Earth. He had ambitions to invade this place and turn it into a second Kryptonian planet, but Superman stopped that and destroyed him.
Two Faces – Harvey Dent
Initially Harvey Dent is a talented Prosecutor and effective assistant to Batman in bringing crime in Gotham to light. But in one of the Joker’s traps, Harvey Dent was locked in a room full of bombs. This accident caused Harvey Dent to hate Batman and the other Gotham cops.
Half of his face was disfigured by the acid, causing Harvey Dent became a brutal mastermind with the nickname Two Face. He is obsessed with duality, and often decides the life and death of Batman and innocent people by flipping a coin.
He was once an ally of Commissioner Gordon and Batman, but he lives on the fringes of the law, representing Gotham’s most honest and brutal citizens.
Doomsday in the original DC Comics comics is very different from the cinematic Doomsday we see in Batman vs Superman. It wasn’t created from General Zod’s corpse in the Krypton’s regeneration chamber. The origins of Doomsday are much more complicated than that.
In Comics, DOOMSDAY (or its original name, The Ultimate Lifeform) is the product of an alien scientist. About 250.000 years ago, he chose the harsh planet Krypton to raise the child The Ultimate Lifeform. The monstrous scientist decided to train this child to be a “living weapon” by creating a swarm of monsters to hunt it down and kill it again and again. Fortunately and unfortunately, The Ultimate Lifeform has the ability to regenerate. Marking the deaths, the child adheres to the harsh training process, when he grows up he takes revenge by killing all the monsters and scientists and then flees to other planets to destroy life. Down on Earth, he encountered the Justice League and was given the name DOOMSDAY which means “Earth’s End”.
Doomsday’s power is immense and has no specific limits and it is almost immortal. Due to his adaptive body, Doomsday has the ability: psychic resistance, Kryptonite resistance, fire blowing, energy shield and bone shooting to attack. Doomsday has defeated Darkseid, Superman, hundreds of Green Lanterns, and a number of other powerful cosmic entities that have also been defeated by it. In the comics, these powerful entities can only unite to chase Doomsday to another place or trap it, but never kill it.
Lex Luthor is also one of the arch-enemies of Superman. He is a super-rich villain, no less than Batman. Lex Luthor first appeared in the audience in the movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. At this point, Batman thinks that Superman is a threat to the Earth and disagrees with this hero’s way of doing things. Lex Luthor then learned the true identities of both. He devised a plan to attack Batman and Superman, causing a war between the two to take place.
Lex Luthor, although he does not have any supernatural powers, he is a cunning schemer and extremely calculating. Lex kidnaps Superman’s mother and girlfriend, creating the monster Doomsday, the cause of the superhero’s death. Until the end of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, viewers still wonder if Lex Luthor still has a plan to hinder the group of heroes.
Bane was born in Santa Prisca (DC Comics’ fictional Caribbean country). His father was the leader of a revolution in this country but failed and was outlawed. The corrupt government in this country decided to sentence Bane to life hard labor in place of his father. Therefore, Bane’s childhood and adolescence lived entirely in a prison environment.
During his time in prison, Bane often carried on his shoulder a teddy bear he called Osito (meaning “Little Bear” in Spanish), which he considered his only friend. This bear has a hole in its back that contains a dagger that Bane used to defend himself in prison. In a harsh environment, Bane’s natural instincts kicked in. He learned to fight, to be resilient and agile. Bane made his first murder when he was eight years old, stabbing a criminal who wanted to use him to gain information in the prison. With his stubbornness and ruthlessness and perfect hand-to-hand combat skills, Bane quickly became the captain of the prison and he called himself Bane ever since.
Growing up, the government decided to use Bane as a test specimen for a secret substance called Venom. Bane was fortunate to be the only survivor and discovered the secret substance that gave him tremendous power. However, Bane must take it every 12 hours to maintain this strength, or else will suffer from debilitating side effects. Then Bane escaped from prison and became a professional killer.