From DC Database
The following is a glossary of the various characters (both good and bad) germane to the Batman mythos. Characters who are known by their proper names are listed alphabetically first name last. Some entries will redirect to a character's primary article page.
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- Brute Nelson
- Brute Nelson was a gangster on Earth-Two in 1940s. A rival of the Joker, he attempted to murder him, but the Joker turned the tables on him and murdered Nelson instead.
- Carver Malone
- Carver Malone was the brother of the original Matches Malone. They ran a succesful arson business together until they accidentally killed a homeless person. Distraught, Carver killed himself, leading Matches to fake his own death, and prompting the Batman to assume Matches' identity.
- Catherine Todd
- Catherine Todd was the stepmother of Jason Todd, the second Robin. Along with her husband, Willis, she was murdered by Two-Face.
- Chalmers was the chief of the Gotham City Police Department on Earth-Two.
- Clarence was the persona chauffer of Doctor Thomas Elliot, the super-villain known as Hush. Unaware of his employer's true motivations, Clarence attended Tommy's funeral, when it was believed that Tommy had been killed by the Joker. 
- Dala was a former heroin junkie who eventually joined a vampire cult known as the Brotherhood. She faithfully served under a man named Nikolai, also known as the Mad Monk.
- Edgar Martin
- Edgar Martin was a criminal rival of the Joker on Earth-Two, and one of his many victims.
- Edward Lamont IV
- Edward Lamont IV was the heir to the Lamont Chemical fortune. Killer Croc kidnapped him as part of an extortion scheme in the hopes of healing his mutated form. 
- Harvey Harris
- Harvey Harris was a detective from Gotham City (Earth-One continuity). He trained young Bruce Wayne in the art of criminal detection and provided the young boy with his first costumed identity - Robin. 
- Henry Claridge
- Henry Claridge is a generic wealthy resident of Gotham City, distinct for being consistently the first victim of The Joker.
- Jay Wylde
- Jay Wylde was a citizen of Gotham City in the 1940s. He was but one of many victims of the Joker's murderous crime spree.
- Jerome Courtney
- Jerome Courtney is one of four quadruplets that make up the Courtney Brothers. His most notorious sibling is Karl Courtney, aka Captain Stingaree.
- Judge Drake
- Judge Drake was a citizen of Gotham City on Earth-Two. He was the third murder victim of the Joker.
- "Lunkhead" was one of the Arkham Asylum inmates featured in the limited series "Arkham Asylum: Living Hell." Lunkhead was clearly stupid, but exhibited massive strength; he made an enemy of Arnold Wesker (The Ventriloquist) when he smashed Wesker's companion "Scarface." He was sacrificed to the devil by a pack of Demons, along with many others, when the Ventriloquist threw his voice to make it seem as though Lunkhead was volunteering to be thrown into the fiery pit with the rest of the damned.
- Martha Travers
- Martha Travers was a wealthy heiress from Earth-Two. She found herself a victim of the Catwoman who stole her pearl necklace from her aboard a luxury cruise ship.
- Marty Vetch
- Marty Vetch was a heroin dealer who dominated the Wharfdale district of Gotham City. He became a primary rival to narcotics dealer the Ventriloquist and Scarface 
- McQuaid was a security guard working at Arkham Asylum. He was placed in charge of guarding Killer Croc. 
- Michael Courtney
- Michael Courtney is one of four quadruplets that make up the Courtney Brothers. His most notorious sibling is Karl Courtney, aka Captain Stingaree.
- Miss Crum
- Miss Crum is the director of the Gotham Historical Society. She was in charge of overseeing the upkeep of Wayne Manor during the years that Bruce Wayne was living at the Wayne Foundation.
- Nabih Salari
- Nabih Salari was a Shi'te terrorist who joined up with the KGBeast in his first appearance in Gotham City. He died shortly after being thwarted by Robin in an attempt to suicide bomb President Ronald Reagan by hang-glider.
- Norman Madison
- Norman Madison was the father of Julie Madison who found himself in debt to the Falcone crime family. He was ultimately killed by "Boss" Sal Maroni.
- Rhino was a leg-breaker for the Ventriloquist and Scarface, as well as a bouncer at the Ventriloquist Club on Electric Street in Gotham City. What he lacked in overall intellect, he compensated for by his unwavering loyalty to Scarface. (See: Rhino (New Earth))
- Robert Courtney
- Robert Courtney is one of four quadruplets that make up the Courtney Brothers. His most notorious sibling is Karl Courtney, aka Captain Stingaree.
- Ruhollah Khomeini
- Ruhollah Khomeini was the Shah of Iran until 1989. He made a deal with the Joker, making him an Iranian ambassador, thereby granting him diplomatic immunity. 
- Sheila Haywood
- Sheila Haywood was an employee of the Joker and the mother of Jason Todd. The Joker manipulated her into baiting Jason into a trap. Upon learning that the Joker intending on killing Jason, Sheila had a change of heart and sacrificed herself in an effort to save Jason's life. Her efforts failed however, and Jason still "died". 
- Tommy Carma
- Tommy Carma was a corrupt Gotham City police officer who went over the edge. Masquerading as the Batman, he attempted to take the law into his own hands, but was soundly defeated by the true Batman. 
- Wilde Norton
- Wilde Norton was the sole member of his family to survive a vicious massacre wrought by the Joker during the early years of the Clown Prince's career. Obsessed with revenge, Norton eventually tracked the Joker down to Mercey Mansion, but the Joker kept him at bay with a blast of his patented Joker venom. 
- Willis Todd
- Willis Todd was the stepfather of Jason Todd, the second Robin. Along with his wife, Catherine, he was murdered by Two-Face.
- ↑ Batman #589
- ↑ Batman #615
- ↑ Batman #608
- ↑ Detective Comics #226 and Untold Legend of the Batman #1
- ↑ Batman #1
- ↑ Batman: The Man Who Laughs
- ↑ Batman: Shadow of the Bat #32
- ↑ Batman: Hush
- ↑ Batman: Ten Nights of the Beast
- ↑ Batman #428-429
- ↑ Batman #427-428
- ↑ Batman #402
- ↑ Batman: Shadow of the Bat #37-#38