Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 27. Chapters: Mad Hatter, Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell, Tony King, Herbert, Pedobear, Woody Goodman, Billy Kincaid, Trevor Jordache, Scavenger, Jack Woltz, Bradley Foster, Judge Holden, Dennis Richardson, Fred "Weasel" Podowski, Lucas Cross, Robert Sippel. Excerpt: The Mad Hatter (Jervis Tetch) is a supervillain and enemy of Batman in the DC Comics Universe. He is modeled after the Hatter from Lewis Carroll's book, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, a character often called the Mad Hatter in adaptations of Carroll. He made his first appearance in Batman #49 in October 1948. Throughout his comic book appearances, the Mad Hatter has been portrayed as a master criminal whose characterization has varied from that of a purely evil psychopath to a goofy mind-controlling enemy. Like other Batman villains, the Mad Hatter has become a darker character over the years. The Mad Hatter is depicted as a scientist who invents and uses technological mind-controlling devices to influence and manipulate the minds of his victims, believing that "the mind is the weakest part of a person". He is well-known for sporting a green-coloured hat which is usually slightly over-sized as it houses his mobile mind-manipulating devices. Jervis Tetch is fascinated with hats of all shapes and sizes, as well as the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass, particularly favoring the chapter 'A Mad Tea Party'. According to Dr. Blakloch of Arkham Asylum: Blakloch also notes that when agitated, Tetch begins rhyming, as a defense mechanism. Tetch often quotes and references Carroll's Wonderland novels, and sometimes even fails to discern between these stories and reality. In addition to his obsession with Lewis Carroll, Tetch has also shown an additional obsession for hats. In Secret Six, he won't eat a piece of food that doesn't have a...
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