Mad Hatter (DC)

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The Mad Hatter in Batman: The Dark Knight v2 #18.

The Mad Hatter is a male comic supervillain that features in DC Comics.

Contents

Biography

Origin

Jervis Tetch in Gotham Central v1 #20.

Jervis Tetch

Post-Flashpoint

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

Overview

Personality and attributes

Powers and abilities

He came to head a team of superpowered criminals called the Wonderland Gang with them including:

  • Tweedledum : Dumson Tweed was a bald male twin of Dumfree Tweed where he replaced his sibling after he died. (Detective Comics v1 #841)
  • Tweedledee : Deever Tweed was a bald male who had a look-alike cousin. (Detective Comics v1 #841)
  • March Harriet : Harriet Pratt was a blonde haired woman who was a small-time grifter and part-time escort. (Detective Comics v1 #841)
  • Lion : Lewis Yarnell was career thug that was the newest member of the gang and served as an enforcer. (Detective Comics v1 #841)
  • Unicorn : Skitch Benson was a career thug that was the newest member of the gang and served as an enforcer. (Detective Comics v1 #841)
  • Walrus : Moe Blum was a ginger haired male who was one of the newest members to join the gang and had been a former bodyguard for Black Mask. (Detective Comics v1 #841)
  • Carpenter : Jenna Duffy a pickpocket and con artist who was wanted in Keystone City with her becoming the newest member of the gang. (Detective Comics v1 #841)

Notes

  • The Mad Hatter was created by Bill Finger and Lew Sayre Schwartz where he made his first appearance in Batman v1 #49 (October, 1948).

Alternate Versions

In other media

Television

  • In Batman, the Mad Hatter appeared in the 1960s live-action television series where he was portrayed by actor David Wayne.
  • In The Batman/Superman Hour, the Mad Hatter appeared in the 1968 animated television series in the episode "A Mad, Mad Tea Party" where he was voiced by actor Ted Knight.
  • In Gotham, the Mad Hatter appeared in the setting of the live-action television series where he was portrayed by actor Benedict Samuel.
  • In Young Justice Outsiders, the Mad Hatter appeared in the setting of the animated television series where he was voiced by actor Dwight Schultz.

Films

  • In Batman: Bad Blood, the Mad Hatter appeared in the animated film where he was voiced by actor Robin Atkin Downes.
  • In Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants, the Mad Hatter made a cameo appearance in the animated film where he was voiced by actor Alastair Duncan.

Video games

  • In DC Universe Online, the Mad Hatter appeared in the setting of the MMORPG where he was voiced by actor Aaron Mace.

Appearances

  • Batman v1: (1948)
  • Gotham Central v1:
  • Batman: The Dark Knight v2:

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