List of Batman Family Enemies

List Of Batman Family Enemies

This is a list of fictional characters from DC Comics who are enemies of Batman and members of The Bat family. Batman has been considered by many in the comic book industry and fanbase to have the most unique and recognizable rogues gallery in all of comics, with many writers of other superheroes attempting to replicate some of the traits that these characters possess in their own villains. The majority of Batman's foes do not possess super powers, being organized crime bosses or insane costumed criminals.

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