WHO IS THE MOST Sympathetic VILLAIN in batman's Rogues gallery ?

ok here is a another question for you guys :D

who do you find yourself more identifying within the batman rogues gallery ?

(my ? is M I S T E R F R E E Z E!, why ? well to me victor freeze is just a man who is trying to save he's wife's life on one hand and on the other get back the love and Emotions that have been Robbed.

for some one like me who has asperger syndrome, i find my self countless times see my self in victor and see victor's point of view to be the right one, that he's willing to go to the ends of the world for he's wife. and yat i can never find myself feeling sorry for Bruce. at that point i just want to screm at bruce why he dose not take's off the mask and give vic the money he need to save he's wife.)

now that i have point out my point.

who is your favorite/ sympathetice villain within the batman rogues gallery ?

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Posted by JediXMan

I have to say Freeze.

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Posted by Saren

Killer Croc.

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Posted by BigCimmerian

Bane stomps

Posted by Jorgevy

probably Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn. They are like this not exactly because its their fault. Otherwise, villains are bad and Batdude should kick their ass

Posted by Spectre108

Man-Bat

Posted by TheCheeseStabber

Freeze

Posted by Joygirl

Harley Quinn (insane with love, I can relate the most), Mistah Fleeeeeze (Again, so desperate to reclaim his lost love that his rage and sorrow has driven him to the dark side).

Posted by ArturoCalaKayVee

@Joygirl said:

Harley Quinn (insane with love, I can relate the most), Mistah Fleeeeeze (Again, so desperate to reclaim his lost love that his rage and sorrow has driven him to the dark side).

@Jorgevy said:

probably Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn. They are like this not exactly because its their fault. Otherwise, villains are bad and Batdude should kick their ass

Edited by HBKTimHBK

Freeze, I can't bring myself to sympathize with any of the rest except for MAYBE Harley...maybe.

Posted by _Zombie_

Freeze, for reasons already stated. I think it's fair to say he's the 'villain' who's goals aren't actually psychotic or inherently evil. He just wants to cure his wife, and is willing to go to extremes to find that cure.

Posted by jrock85

Freeze.

Posted by soccersss

Freeze. He was born out of tragedy

Posted by TheGoldenOne
Freeze.
Posted by Video_Martian

The Joker

Posted by joshmightbe

@mr.obvious: Joker lost all right to sympathy when his kill count hit 200

Posted by Phaedrusgr

Am I the only one that describes poor Harvey as a lost soul?

Edited by Video_Martian

@joshmightbe said:

@mr.obvious: Joker lost all right to sympathy when his kill count hit 200

U know i be trollin, lol

But in all seriousness though, I'd have to say that Freeze and Harley are the most sympathetic.

Posted by ReVamp

Freeze, Baney and Man-Bat are all good answers.

Edited by nightwing91

Killer Croc, he's got a disease that basically makes him a reptile and yet he can't even win a fight.

But seriously, Mr. Freeze is the most sympathetic.

Posted by DoomDoomDoom

Man-Bat

Posted by Pokeysteve

Going with Ivy. The gradual destruction of our planet is sad enough but it must be a thousand times worse when you can actually feel what the plants feel.

Posted by Superguy0009e

Freeze, he's not evil, just greatly hurt

Edited by nightwing91

@Superguy0009e said:

Freeze, he's not evil, just greatly hurt

Well actually I disagree, he's still committing crimes even after his wife was ressurected as Lazara. And he's shown to kill with out remorse as shown when he didn't even flinch after killing Charlie Fields. Not exactly a good man. But he's certainly sympathetic.

Posted by entropy_aegis

Croc easily,then there's Penguin as well.

Bane's childhood was the worst of them all,never felt any sympathy for Dent or Freeze.They just kill without any discrimination and then blame the world for their crappy lives.I mean Croc,Oswald and Bane avoid bloodshed where it can be avoided and they atleast try to make their lives better.Freeze and Harvey are just lunatics who should be killed,their actions do not deserve any kind of sympathy.

The only thing sympathetic about them is their origin,and that can easily be applied to 90% villains,even Darkseid and Dessad have sympathetic backgrounds.

Posted by Saren

@entropy_aegis said:

Croc easily

:D

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Posted by entropy_aegis

@CitizenBane said:

@entropy_aegis said:

Croc easily

:D

LOL.It's hard not to feel for that guy.

Posted by batmanary

Well it depends. By the BTAS standard, I think the Ventriloquist. The way he struggles is quite sympathetic. But by BTAS(including the accompanying comic), all of the villains are sympathetic: Mister Freeze, Man Bat, Clayface, Mad Hatter, Riddler and Bane, too.

Posted by Kairan1979

Two-Face. The story of Harvey Dent is really sad. First the abusive father giving him "coin complex". then acid turning crime fighter into a villain.

Posted by RedOwl_1

@DoomDoomDoom said:

Man-Bat

Posted by Mutant God

Two Face

Posted by r3d_rob1n

Mr. Freeze and Two-Face are two that I can sympathize with the most.

One thing I don't understand though is how Mr. Freeze is sent to Arkham every time. It seems pretty plain to me that his crimes are not committed out of insanity, desperation yes, but not insanity.

Posted by Gambit1024

@r3d_rob1n said:

Mr. Freeze and Two-Face are two that I can sympathize with the most.

One thing I don't understand though is how Mr. Freeze is sent to Arkham every time. It seems pretty plain to me that his crimes are not committed out of insanity, desperation yes, but not insanity.

I think it's because that's the closest place to Gotham that has a specially designed cell for him.

Posted by Mega_spidey01

mister freeze

Posted by DeathpooltheT1000

THE AWNSER IS ALWAYS BATMAN!!!!

Posted by TheBane2890

For me; Bane is the most sympathetic character in Batman's Rouge Gallery. I like a few others in Batman's Rouge Gallery, but for the most part I don't care about them. Of the few I like Bane is the most sympathetic, followed by Firefly, and Riddler. The others don't really matter to me, even though I like Joker, Two-Face, Mr. Freeze, Penguin, Catwoman, Harley Quinn, and a few others that I'm just blanking on right now.

Edited by spidermonkey2099

I'd say Freeze, Harvey Dent, and Clayface (at least the version of Clayface from Batman The Animated Series... I don't know too much about the different clayfaces from the comics).

Posted by ngroove

Humpty Dumpty.

Posted by primepower53
Posted by UpUpAndAway

C'mon! It's gotta be Harvey Dent! His story is so tragic! The whole dynamic of the Gordon/Dent/Batman is amazing and his downfall is so believable and far enough to wreck you emotionally.

Edited by ngroove

@UpUpAndAway said:

C'mon! It's gotta be Harvey Dent! His story is so tragic! The whole dynamic of the Gordon/Dent/Batman is amazing and his downfall is so believable and far enough to wreck you emotionally.

Two-Face is still a chronically dangerous individual, not afraid to kill, probably dozens of times, given the coin lands scarred-side first....

Humpty Dumpty, I chose him, because sure, he has his explosive mood swings, tears things (and perhaps people) apart and attempts to re-assemble them, but otherwise, he's actually a pretty harmless fellow.

Edited by Hazlenaut

Ventriloquist specifically Arnold Wesker. He was unstable as a child. If he had anything with power it would belong to Scarface. The persona awaits at any moment. You have to be a psychonaut to hope to cure him.

Posted by MasterDetective

Baby Doll. Because...I find her cute :p

Posted by Silver Knight75

@ngroove: interesting choice

Posted by Deranged Midget

Definitely Mr. Freeze.

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Posted by KenTheProfile

Bane: Because he can be heroic and was made to pay for his father's crimes. Mr.Freeze,

Posted by chalkshark

Mark Desmond, the Blockbuster. Here's a guy who just wants to be a little taller, a little stronger & then he makes the classic tragic scientist mistake of experimenting on himself, and gets exactly what he wants, but also greatly diminished intellect and a propensity for hostility. Got to watch out for those side effects, Mark. Maybe.. just maybe... if Mark had someone in his corner looking out for him, he could have gotten some help. Possibly been returned to normalcy. Instead his dirtbag brother, Roland, manipulates him into a life of petty crime. Mark spends the rest of his life as a pawn for people who he should have been smarter than, but just wasn't anymore, thanks to his formula. In the end, he's killed during his first mission with the Suicide Squad. The sad thing is, if he could have just survived that one mission, he, finally, would have gotten the help he had needed for years. Guy makes one mistake and it ruins his whole life. You've got my sympathies, Mark.

Posted by Video_Martian