Carmine Falcone

Carmine Falcone

Carmine "The Roman" Falcone is a fictional character in DC Comics' shared universe, the DC Universe, who made his debut in the four part story Batman: Year One written by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli in 1987.

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Holiday (comics) - Victims
... Halloween - Johnny Viti (Carmine Falcone's nephew), who had threatened to testify against his uncle at one point ... Thanksgiving - The Irish (a gang of five Irish assassins hired by Falcone to murder District Attorney Harvey Dent) Christmas - Milos Grapa (Falcone's ... Dolan (Gotham City Coroner) The Roman's Birthday - Carla Viti (Falcone's sister and Johnny Viti's mother) Labor Day - Salvatore Maroni Halloween - Carmine Falcone ...
List Of Batman Family Enemies - Mobsters and Plainclothes Criminals
... Falcone Crime Family Batman #404 (March 1987) Led by Carmine Falcone (also known as The Roman) and prominent in the storylines of Batman's early years, including Year One, The Long Halloween ... comics, as well as the feature film Batman Begins, the Falcone family and Carmine Falcone, in particular, are portrayed as all but completely controlling Gotham City before Batman's ... Falcone was killed in The Long Halloween by Two-Face ...
Alberto Falcone - Fictional Character Biography - Batman: The Long Halloween
... vigilante known as "the Holiday Killer." At first, the murdered criminals are connected to Carmine Falcone ... "The Irish," a gang of Irish hitmen for hire, are all put under Carmine Falcone's payroll to kill then-district-attorney Harvey Dent by blowing up his house ... By Christmas, Milos Grappa, Carmine Falcone's bodyguard is murdered in front of Don's building ...

Famous quotes containing the word falcone:

    One usually dies because one is alone, or because one has got into something over one’s head. One often dies because one does not have the right alliances, because one is not given support. In Sicily the Mafia kills the servants of the State that the State has not been able to protect.
    —Giovanni Falcone (1939–1992)