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14th May '18 9:53:19 AM quackytrope
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** While not a full-on transplant, Gorilla Grodd has fought Batman a number of times in different media, namely in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' and ''Anime/BatmanNinja'', sometimes getting lumped in with the rest of his RoguesGallery. That said, he's become more of a general villain for the entire DC Universe, though he was mainly a [[ComicBook/TheFlash Flash]] villain at first.

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** While not a full-on transplant, transplant since he's still a regular part of [[ComicBook/TheFlash the Flash's]] RoguesGallery, Gorilla Grodd has fought Batman a number of times in different media, namely in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' and ''Anime/BatmanNinja'', sometimes getting lumped in with the rest of his ''his'' RoguesGallery. That said, he's become more of a general villain for the entire DC Universe, though he was mainly a [[ComicBook/TheFlash Flash]] villain at first.Universe.
13th May '18 10:18:23 PM quackytrope
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** While not a full-on transplant, Gorilla Grodd has fought Batman a surprising number of times in different media, namely in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' and ''Anime/BatmanNinja'', sometimes getting lumped in with the rest of his RoguesGallery. That said, he's become more of a general villain for the entire DC Universe, as opposed to before, when he mainly fought ComicBook/TheFlash.

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** While not a full-on transplant, Gorilla Grodd has fought Batman a surprising number of times in different media, namely in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' and ''Anime/BatmanNinja'', sometimes getting lumped in with the rest of his RoguesGallery. That said, he's become more of a general villain for the entire DC Universe, as opposed to before, when though he was mainly fought ComicBook/TheFlash.a [[ComicBook/TheFlash Flash]] villain at first.
13th May '18 10:13:21 PM quackytrope
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** While not a full-on transplant, Gorilla Grodd has fought Batman a surprising number of times in different media, namely in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' and ''Anime/BatmanNinja'', sometimes getting lumped in with the rest of his RoguesGallery. That said, he's become more of a general villain for the entire DC Universe, as opposed to exclusively being part of [[ComicBook/TheFlash the Flash's]] RoguesGallery.

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** While not a full-on transplant, Gorilla Grodd has fought Batman a surprising number of times in different media, namely in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' and ''Anime/BatmanNinja'', sometimes getting lumped in with the rest of his RoguesGallery. That said, he's become more of a general villain for the entire DC Universe, as opposed to exclusively being part of [[ComicBook/TheFlash the Flash's]] RoguesGallery.before, when he mainly fought ComicBook/TheFlash.
13th May '18 10:07:09 PM quackytrope
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** While not a full-on transplant since he's still associated with ComicBook/TheFlash, Gorilla Grodd has fought Batman a surprising number of times in different media, namely in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' and ''Anime/BatmanNinja'', sometimes getting lumped in with the rest of his RoguesGallery.

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** While not a full-on transplant since he's still associated with ComicBook/TheFlash, transplant, Gorilla Grodd has fought Batman a surprising number of times in different media, namely in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' and ''Anime/BatmanNinja'', sometimes getting lumped in with the rest of his RoguesGallery. That said, he's become more of a general villain for the entire DC Universe, as opposed to exclusively being part of [[ComicBook/TheFlash the Flash's]] RoguesGallery.
13th May '18 10:03:03 PM quackytrope
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** While not a full-on transplant since he's still associated with ComicBook/TheFlash, Gorilla Grodd has fought against Batman a surprising number of times in different media, namely in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' and ''Anime/BatmanNinja'', sometimes getting lumped in with the rest of his RoguesGallery.

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** While not a full-on transplant since he's still associated with ComicBook/TheFlash, Gorilla Grodd has fought against Batman a surprising number of times in different media, namely in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' and ''Anime/BatmanNinja'', sometimes getting lumped in with the rest of his RoguesGallery.
13th May '18 10:01:25 PM quackytrope
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** While not a full-on transplant since he's still associated with ComicBook/TheFlash, Gorilla Grodd has fought against Batman a surprising number of times in different media, namely in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' and ''Anime/BatmanNinja'', sometimes getting lumped in with the rest of his RoguesGallery.
9th May '18 9:44:04 AM FirstStrike
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** One of the most famous storylines with him as the BigBad was ''ComicBook/TheChildrensCrusade''. It involved [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters many named characters]] such as the ComicBook/YoungAvengers, the ComicBook/{{Avengers}}, ComicBook/XMen, and even the ComicBook/XFactor -- yet the first family themselves were no shows.
30th Apr '18 7:50:29 AM dmcreif
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** ''Series/JessicaJones2015'' features Kilgrave as its main antagonist. Kilgrave started as a Daredevil villain. It becomes ironic when Jessica meets Claire Temple and she offers to solicit Matt to help out in Jessica's crusade against Kilgrave. She turns down the offer because she doesn't want him enslaved as well, but in the comics, he's able to resist Kilgrave's commands due to his DisabilitySuperpower. Will Simpson, another Daredevil villain, also appears as an enemy of Jessica's, albeit with a very different background and origin. Season 2 features Typhoid Mary, yet ''another'' Daredevil villain.

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** ''Series/JessicaJones2015'' features Kilgrave as its main antagonist. Kilgrave started as a Daredevil villain. It becomes ironic when Jessica meets Claire Temple and she offers to solicit Matt to help out in Jessica's crusade against Kilgrave. She turns down the offer because she doesn't want him enslaved as well, but in the comics, he's able to resist Kilgrave's commands due to his DisabilitySuperpower. Will Simpson, another Daredevil villain, also appears as an enemy of Jessica's, albeit with a very different background and origin. Season 2 features Typhoid Mary, yet ''another'' Daredevil villain.
29th Apr '18 2:41:56 PM Corlagon
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** Electro was prominently considered part of both Spider-Man and Daredevil's galleries at the same time during their early years.[[note]]He actually didn't show up that often at the time, but when he did, he alternated between them.[[/note]] Case in point: The first ''Amazing Spider-Man'' annual had various supervillains Spidey had defeated before gang up, as the Sinister Six, in order to have their revenge on him. When ''Daredevil'' got an annual, too, we saw Electro forming the Emissaries of Evil [[RecycledScript consisting of villains who wanted revenge]] on DD. He later went on to fight a larger variety of heroes before ultimately becoming associated with Spider-Man again.
8th Apr '18 10:20:34 AM darkemyst
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* Comicbook/LadyShiva was originally the archnemesis of Richard Dragon, but she was later brought over into the Batman mythos, particularly Comicbook/{{Robin|Series}}, [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl 2000}} Batgirl]], and Comicbook/BirdsOfPrey, and has become much more well-known than Richard.

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* Comicbook/LadyShiva was originally the archnemesis of Richard Dragon, but she was later brought over into the Batman Franchise/{{Batman}} mythos, particularly Comicbook/{{Robin|Series}}, [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl 2000}} Batgirl]], and Comicbook/BirdsOfPrey, and has become much more well-known than Richard.



* The Electrocutioner began as a one-shot Franchise/{{Batman}} villain before appearing in ''The Vigilante'' where he became the closest thing Vig had to an archenemy. Since the Vigilante's death, he has returned as a sporadic Batman foe.

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* The Electrocutioner began as a one-shot Franchise/{{Batman}} villain before appearing in ''The Vigilante'' where he became the closest thing Vig had to an archenemy. Since the Vigilante's death, he has returned as a sporadic Batman foe.foe, though the third Electrocutioner became a ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} rogue and ended his life as more of a ComicBook/GreenArrow foe after taking part in a plot that destroyed part of Star City and killed Roy Harper's daughter Lian.
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