10 Deadliest Supervillains That DC Must Consider For Future Batman Movies

Villains have always been one of the most prominent elements of superhero films. They often play the more crucial role than the actual hero. And it is never truer than in the world of comic book movies. Batman promises to bring several new villains in his movies and here are ten villains we would like to see in future Batman movies as well.



Clayface in the first generation of Batman films special effects was nowhere near what they needed to make him a reality and Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy proved far too realistic and grounded to bring such a picture to the big screen. The characters shape changing ability would prove a great opportunity.



Batman’s childhood best friend returned as one of his most fierce enemies. Unlike many of the Batman’s enemy Hush isn’t a deranged psychopath but a highly intelligent individual who can match Batman not only physically but mentally as well.

Solomon Grundy


This giant Zombie that rivals Hulk when it comes to strength, Solomon Grundy can never truly die. He has responded with incredible intellect and cunningness. He might not be the main villain material but his sheer presence would be visually stunning.



This master assassin is one of the most feared forces in DC comics, who won and single-handedly took out the entire Justice League. He has a regenerative healing factor that gives him the advantage in most combat, and he can use up to 90% of his brain capacity.

Red Hood


Robin Todd’s Red Hood origin and circumstances have seen several variations but the core remains the same. It would be interesting to see how Batman could fare against a foe that not only knows all his intimate secrets but has been hand trained by himself.

The Riddler

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The Riddler has had an extreme variety of poor trails across various platforms,  which is great because the character is extremely fluid and malleable in terms of guidelines.

Killer Croc

Killer Croc first appeared in Detective Comics #523 in 1983 and made it cinematic appearance in 2016’s Suicide Squad. Taking a look at the character practically, his comic book appearance is more intimidating than the cinematic one. But the character would definitely make some difference along with the caped crusader.

Black Mask

Batman has always been an exceptional player of DC world, bringing a murder mystery and criminal stories from the most popular comic book arcs. When talking about crime stories, Black Mask could be a strong card.

Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy first appeared in Batman #181 in 1966 and is also dubbed as Pamela Lillian Isley. Batman movies have always been full of adventure and there have been less of female supervillain adventure. And Poison Ivy could do wonders.

Talia Al Ghul

Talia Al Ghul first appeared in Detective Comics #411
1971 and is one of the supervillains of DC comics. Her master combatant skills would bring some action.
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