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King Tut

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King Tut is a supervillain in the DC universe loosely based on the character of the same name from the television series Batman.

The character, as adapted by Christina Weir, Nunzio DeFilippis, and José Luis García-López, first appeared in the DC universe in Batman Confidential #26 (April 2009).

Within the context of the stories, King Tut is an alias created by Egyptologist Victor Goodman to murder the wealthy of Gotham City.

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