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15th Jan '17 3:47:42 PM Mullon
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The long suffering administrator of Arkham Asylum, a position he inherited from his uncle Amadeus Arkham, the founder of the asylum. If there was ever a contest for "Worst Job in Fiction" he would be in the running. Dr. Arkham alternates between trying to rehabilitate his patients and merely trying to keep them locked in, and he's a failure at both. The stress of trying to keep several superpowered mass murderers locked up has left Dr. Arkham an exhausted bitter mess.

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The long suffering administrator of Arkham Asylum, a position he inherited from his uncle Amadeus Arkham, the founder of the asylum. If there was ever a contest for "Worst Job in Fiction" he would be in the running.Dr. Arkham could win it. Dr. Arkham alternates between trying to rehabilitate his patients and merely trying to keep them locked in, and he's a failure at both. both of which he fails at. The stress of trying to keep several superpowered mass murderers locked up imprisoned has left Dr. Arkham an exhausted bitter a bitter, exhuasted mess.



* DeadpanSnarker: Probably need to keep a sense of humor to make it through this kind of work.

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* DeadpanSnarker: Probably need needs to keep a sense of humor to make it through this kind of work.



* FriendlyEnemy: The Joker likes him at least, probably because he makes it so easy to escape. The other patients seem amused by him too.

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* FriendlyEnemy: The Joker likes (torturing) him at least, probably because he makes it so easy to escape. The other patients seem amused by him too.
15th Jan '17 7:34:55 AM Mullon
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The long suffering administrator of Arkham Asylum, a position he inherited from his uncle Amadeus Arkham, the founder of the asylum. If there was ever a contest for "Worst Job in Fiction"...Dr. Arkham alternates between trying to rehabilitate his patients and merely trying to keep them locked in, and he's a failure at both. The stress of trying to keep several superpowered mass murderers locked up has left Dr. Arkham an exhausted bitter mess.

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The long suffering administrator of Arkham Asylum, a position he inherited from his uncle Amadeus Arkham, the founder of the asylum. If there was ever a contest for "Worst Job in Fiction"...Fiction" he would be in the running. Dr. Arkham alternates between trying to rehabilitate his patients and merely trying to keep them locked in, and he's a failure at both. The stress of trying to keep several superpowered mass murderers locked up has left Dr. Arkham an exhausted bitter mess.
15th Jan '17 7:32:53 AM Mullon
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The long suffering administrator of Arkham Asylum, a position he inherited from his uncle Amadeus Arkham, the founder of the asylum. Dr. Arkham alternates between trying to rehabilitate his patients and merely trying to keep them locked in, he's a failure at both. The stress of trying to keep several superpowered mass murderers locked up has left Dr. Arkham an exhausted bitter mess.

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The long suffering administrator of Arkham Asylum, a position he inherited from his uncle Amadeus Arkham, the founder of the asylum. If there was ever a contest for "Worst Job in Fiction"...Dr. Arkham alternates between trying to rehabilitate his patients and merely trying to keep them locked in, and he's a failure at both. The stress of trying to keep several superpowered mass murderers locked up has left Dr. Arkham an exhausted bitter mess.
15th Jan '17 7:28:03 AM Mullon
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[[folder: Dr. Jeremiah Arkham]]
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The long suffering administrator of Arkham Asylum, a position he inherited from his uncle Amadeus Arkham, the founder of the asylum. Dr. Arkham alternates between trying to rehabilitate his patients and merely trying to keep them locked in, he's a failure at both. The stress of trying to keep several superpowered mass murderers locked up has left Dr. Arkham an exhausted bitter mess.

* BrainwashedAndCrazy: Jeremiah was once brainwashed into believing he was Black Mask.
* DeadpanSnarker: Probably need to keep a sense of humor to make it through this kind of work.
* DependingOnTheArtist: How old he appears varies. Often Dr. Arkham looks to be in his forties, but other times he looks much older.
* FriendlyEnemy: The Joker likes him at least, probably because he makes it so easy to escape. The other patients seem amused by him too.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Dr. Arkham's hiring practices could use some work, just look at Harley Quinn. And don't get us started on the brain dead morons he hires as security guards.
23rd Dec '16 7:11:35 PM Lloigor
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* DependingOnTheArtist: His ChestInsignia can be a misshapen bat-insignia, a lightning bolt or an M (likely the first one was the original idea)

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* DependingOnTheArtist: His ChestInsignia can be a misshapen bat-insignia, a lightning bolt or an M (likely the first one was the original idea)idea).
21st Dec '16 3:27:27 AM rafi
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!! Tropes that apply to Claire Clover:

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!! Tropes that apply to Claire Clover:



* Expy: Of Supergirl. Her appearance invokes it, at least until she cuts her hair.

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* Expy: {{Expy}}: Of Supergirl. Her appearance invokes it, at least until she cuts her hair.



** HeatVision



** HeatVision
20th Dec '16 9:47:07 PM Cyberwulf
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* MagicSkirt


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* ModestyShorts: she does wear shorts to down plan above trope
16th Dec '16 5:27:28 AM XSpectreGreyX
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The daughter of Alfred Pennyworth and a member of the SRR. First appears in the New 52 during ''Batman Eternal'' after not appearing for several decades. While she has no interest in becoming a vigilante herself, even after discovering Batman's secret, she acts as MissionControl like her father [[spoiler:after Hush injects him with fear toxin.]]

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The daughter of Alfred Pennyworth and a member of the SRR. First appears in the New 52 during ''Batman Eternal'' after not appearing for several decades. While she has no interest in becoming a vigilante herself, even after discovering Batman's secret, she acts as MissionControl like her father [[spoiler:after after Hush injects him with fear toxin.]]
toxin.
12th Dec '16 1:09:31 AM caivu
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* ScrewDestiny: After learning of Mother's plan for her life, Harper violently rejects it and turns on her.
12th Dec '16 12:11:55 AM XSpectreGreyX
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[[folder:'''Bluebird''' (Harper Row)]]

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[[folder:'''Bluebird''' [[folder:Bluebird (Harper Row)]]



And yet, eventually, she takes up the identity of Bluebird and is seen working with Batman essentially as his sidekick, using the name Bluebird, with a costume seemingly inspired by Nightwing's blue outfit.

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And yet, eventually, she takes up the identity of Bluebird and is seen working with Batman essentially as his sidekick, using the name Bluebird, with a costume seemingly inspired by Nightwing's blue outfit.
outfit. After discovering her origins and the role of Batman and Cassandra Cain in her life, she hung up the mask and now volunteers around Gotham, while still maintaining a friendship with Stephanie Brown, Tim Drake and Cassandra Cain.


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* ChildSoldiers: Was ''intended'' to be the perfect Robin by Mother. It didn't work out that way.
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