Kite Man

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Kite Man is a male comic supervillain that features in DC Comics.

Contents

Biography

Origin

Charles "Chuck" Brown

Post-Flashpoint

Following the Flashpoint, a new version of reality was created with a different history of events.

Overview

Personality and attributes

He began to develop a catch-phrase where he said, "Kite Man, hell yeah!" as a chant. This was actually a reference to his son Charles Brown Jr. with the words being the boy's reaction to the first time he tried flying a kite. (Batman v3 #6)

Powers and abilities

Notes

  • Kite Man was created by Bill Finger and Dick Sprang where he made his first appearance in Batman v1 #133 (August, 1960).

In other media

Television

  • In Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Kite Man appeared in the setting of the animated television series where he was voiced by actor Jeffrey Combs. It was shown that as a boy he was obsessed with Benjamin Franklin and attempted to recreate the famous kite-flying electrical experiment. However, he came to fail in taking the adequate safety precautions with him wearing metal braces and stood in a bucket of water. As a result, a electrical discharge caused a psychological shock which traumatised him and led to him adopting a life of crime with a theme surrounding kites.
  • In Harley Quinn, Kite Man appeared in the setting of the comedic animated series where he was voiced by actor Matt Oberg.

Films

Video games

Appearances

  • Batman v1: (1960)
  • Batman v3:

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