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Discussion in 'The Batcave' started by -Fire-Fly-, Feb 17, 2006.
Like we all know Joker's is Clown Prince of Crime
Clown prince of crime is a nickname??? Longest nickname I ever heard of lol.
Firefly doesn't have one.
Small villains don't have one. And Joker's 'Clown Prince of Crime' and 'Harlequin of Hate' are more of titles than nicknames.
Scarecrow's is Master Of Fear
They're called epithets.
Babs Gordon's was the Dominoed Daredoll.
I thought that villains already had nicknames.
Like The Joker is a nickname. I'm sure that on his birth certificate it says "Last Name: Joker, First Name: The".
I understand what you're talking about....but no...the smaller villains don't have titles like that. Why? Because they're small villains that Batman doesn't really have time for and Robin kicks their asses.
Nor does Batman's birth certificate say "Last name: Man, First Name: Bat". And yet "Batman" is not his nickname. Anyway, no, minor villains don't get dubbed things like "The Clown Prince of Crime". In fact, no villain except for The Joker has one I can think of. It's not much of a loss.
Firefly is the Baron of Burn, the Sultan of Soot, the Captain of Combustion and the Pharoh of Fire.
The ONLY man I know of who's certicficate READS like an alias is MR. T.
Last Name: T
First Name: Mister
Middle Name: .(period)
Ace Of Knaves-Joker
Fat Fagget of Dates- Calendar Man
Mr. Riddles - Riddler (or atleast according to that horrid Batman Begins review)
Killer Croc is known as the "Ravaging Reptile" or the "Amphibian Assassin"
Mr. Zsasz is known as the "Scarred Serial Slayer"
The Penguin is known as the "Flippered Fiend" or "Danny Devito"
Catwoman is known as the "Pilfering *****"
Poison Ivy is known as the "Vined Vixen" or the "Lady of Leaves"
Harley Quinn is known as the "Clown Princess" or the "Maiden of Mischief"
I could go on and on, folks...
I quite like that one.
Gimme one for The Riddler.
The King of Quizzes? The Master of Mindgames?
More like the Queen of Quizzes.
That's because Mr. T is a great American hero
Riddler: The King of Conundrums and The Prince of Puzzles.
thugs goons,lackies and toadies
How bout Maxie Zeus- "crappiest villian ever..."?
The Penguin was once called the "Master of FOWL play". The Riddler was once called the "Prince of Puzzlers"
Sometimes The Joker is called "Joe Kerr" or "J Kerr".
That is an alias he has gone by before. Joe Kerr...Joker....obvious but appearently has used it.