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007a Poison Ivy
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017a Superman
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40 Element Man
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42 Gold
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44 Doc Magnus
45 Etrigan
46 Klarion the Witch-Boy
47 Ragman
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51 The Chief
52 Monsieur Mallah
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56 Supergirl
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059 Lex Luthor & Joker
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Worlds Finest 038 The Condiment King
First appearance: Batman: The Animated Series episode 'Make Em Laugh.'

Mitchell Mayo, The Condiment King, is a bank robber, and pretty much a comedy character using condiments as weapons. He has moved from the Animated Series and appeared in comics including Batgirl: Year One.



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World's Finest 039 Crazy-Quilt
First appearance: Boy Commandos #15 (May 1946)



The first Crazy-Quilt was a wannabe Master Criminal who, following surgery after being blinded by a gunshot wound, cannot see anything but bright colours.



Paul Dekker Crazy-Quilt (Heroclix version)
First appearance Blackhawks #180

The second Crazy-Quilt's stories have changed his history. He has worked with Ra's al Ghul and the Secret Society of Super Villains.  He has also appeared in the animated series Batman: Brave and the Bold.

Wiki - Crazy Quilt

 

 

 

046 Klarion the Witch-Boy
First Appearance: Demon #7 (March, 1973)



Klarion Bleak grew up in a sort of perverted version of Puritania, where necromancy was common.  A practitioner of Dark Arts, he broke free of his own dimension ending up in Manhattan. Klarion and his familiar, Teekl, became enemies to Etrigan the Demon. Klarion has also crossed paths with Wonder Woman, The Flash and Batman.

Teekl, while appearing as a cat, is in fact a demonic being with great magical power and has the ability to transform into a cat-like anthropomorphic form.



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