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Penguin soon got the idea to form a Supervillain team from a movie in order to "clip the Bat-jerk's wings. All Penguin got on his team were: Firefly Killer Croc , Killer Moth , and Ragdoll.
He did send out other invitations, but Bane was taken down by Batman, and Penguin mentioned to Croc that Joker, Mr. Freeze, and The Riddler all said "No!
Batman soon defats Penguin while Batgirl and Robin defeat Moth. The team is then arrested by the Police.
Penguin was later captured by Rumor alongside other criminals despite him trying to get Batman to turn him over to the police and once freed he was free to fight Batman but was accidentally frozen by Mr.
The villain's are later arrested alongside Rumor. When The Joining invade Earth Penguin fights them alongside Bane , Joker, Mr Freeze and the police.
One night Green Lantern's Ring flew right into Penguin and he had to master it before he robbed a charity party and Gotham getting Batman and Robins attention.
Batman and Robin fought Penguin before Sinestro crashed the battle. Sinestro chased after Penguin until Penguin gave the ring to Batman. Once sinestro was defeated by Batman and Green Lantern he was taken away alongside Penguin.
Penguin later gets away from Batman and Robin thanks to Wrath and Scorn. Later he Joker, Scarface and Killer croc are shown robbing a boat to get rich while Batman and Robin fought Warth and Scorn.
Once the police arrived the Villains got away and Warth promised them Batman's Identy. Penguin encouraged Joker to smile saying that its the end of Batman.
In the movie The Batman vs. Dracula , Penguin was searching for a gangster loot when he unwittingly revived and was subsequently hypnotized by Dracula to become his servant.
Later, while Batman was fighting Dracula , Penguin went after Vicki and chased her through the cemetery. These usually contain weapons such as machine guns, sword tips, missiles, lasers, flamethrowers, and acid or poison gas spraying devices fired from the ferrule however, the Penguin is able to weaponize his umbrellas in an almost unlimited variety of ways.
Depending on the writer, some of his umbrellas can carry multiple weapons at once. He often carries an umbrella that can transform its canopy into a series of spinning blades: this can be used as a miniature helicopter or as an offensive weapon; he often uses this to escape a threatening situation.
The canopy of the umbrella is sometimes depicted as being a bullet resistant shield , and some are patterned in different ways from a spiral capable of hypnotizing opponents to flashy signs.
He can also call upon his flying birds to attack and confuse his enemies in battle. The idea of the Penguin and the Joker as a team is one that is decades old, as the two villains, pop-culture wise, are arguably Batman's two most famous enemies.
Their first team-up took place fairly early in Batman's career, in "Knights of Knavery". This carried over into the s television series as well; both appeared together as a team numerous times.
They have even shown affection towards each other on more than one occasion; in one story, "Only Angels Have Wings", the Joker actually cries when it appears that the Penguin has been murdered, and vows to avenge the Penguin's death.
The character of the Penguin, particularly as portrayed by Burgess Meredith, has often been used as a theme to mock public figures that supposedly resemble him.
Jon Stewart , host of The Daily Show , has made numerous references comparing former Vice President Dick Cheney with the Penguin, including a laugh similar to the one heard in the s Batman series.
The video portrayed Gore as the Penguin using one of his trick umbrellas to hypnotize a flock of penguins into believing in the existence of global warming and climate change.
The Penguin mockingly referred to as "Abner"  by the Joker appeared in Joker , a graphic novel by Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo.
This incarnation operates the Iceberg Lounge, handles most of Joker's personal investments and deals with revenues from boxing matches.
In the Elseworlds story Batman: Crimson Mist , the third part in a trilogy that turned Batman into a vampire , the Penguin is the first of many criminals to be killed by the vampiric Batman after he surrenders to his darker instincts.
As the book begins, the Penguin has just escaped from Arkham again, and has apparently developed a reputation as a cop-killer. As the Penguin lures a group of cops into a trap, he impales one in the head with his umbrella, but Batman arrives in the form of a monstrous bat before the Penguin's men can claim more victims.
Batman brutally tears the Penguin's throat out as he drinks his blood and subsequently kills his enemy, proceeding to kill the rest of the Penguin's gang and tear off their heads to stop them from returning as vampires.
In Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham , an Elseworlds setting based on the works of H. Lovecraft , Bruce Wayne is the leader of an expedition to Antarctica of which there is only one survivor.
The rescue team finds no trace of him, but it is revealed to the reader that the now half-insane Cobblepot has abandoned his humanity, and joined the albino penguins of the Elder Things' city.
Thanks to Terranado, who had gone undercover within the Justice Titans , they were able to attack the Justice Tower. In the alternative timeline of Flashpoint , Oswald Cobblepot works as the security chief of Wayne Casinos, providing information about his clients and the criminal underworld to that universe 's Batman, Thomas Wayne.
In Batman: Earth One , Oswald Cobblepot is the corrupt mayor of Gotham City. Although he doesn't call himself the Penguin like his mainstream counterpart, he is occasionally referred to by the nickname.
In the past, he was the mayoral competition for Dr. Thomas Wayne. Cobblepot holds a grudge against the Wayne family, believing the Waynes have disgraced the Cobblepot legacy, so he planned for the Waynes to be murdered, but was not ultimately responsible for their death; they are instead killed in a random mugging on election night.
It is also implied that Cobblepot had James Gordon 's wife murdered when the detective got too close to finding out Cobblepot's involvement with the Waynes' murder.
In the present, Cobblepot runs Gotham with an iron fist, controlling all the power centers of the city and using a hired killer named Ray Salinger, also known as "The Birthday Boy".
When Batman confronts Cobblepot, he sticks Batman with a trick stiletto from his umbrella then he removes Batman's cowl, finding out that Batman is Bruce Wayne.
Fortunately, Alfred Pennyworth arrives on the scene and empties two barrels into Cobblepot's chest. The blast sent Cobblepot's body out of the window where he landed into the street below.
After his death, his crimes were finally outed to the public. In the short story "Vulture: A Tale of the Penguin", by Steve Rasnic, the Penguin loses weight to the point of emaciation and becomes a vigilante, calling himself the Vulture.
The Shredder is then about to kill the Penguin, but the Penguin offers to provide him weapons and money for his plan in order to save himself.
The Shredder decides to spare the Penguin, calling him "Bird Man. The Shredder then reveals that he plans on bringing an army through the dimensional portal and take over Gotham City.
The Penguin objects, but the Shredder threatens to kill him and tells him that he belongs to the Foot Clan. As the Shredder gets ready to open the portal, Batman and the Ninja Turtles arrive to stop them, but the Shredder destroys the portal and escapes with Ra's al Ghul.
During the battle, the Penguin escapes as well. The Penguin then visits Batman, the Ninja Turtles, and Commissioner Gordon and tells them about the Shredder's plans, betraying him.
The Penguin, though, does not agree with the Shredder's plans and reveals that the Shredder and the Foot Clan are now working with Ra's al Ghul and the League of Assassins.
Later, Robin and Casey Jones reveal that the League and the Foot are using Arkham Asylum as their base. When Batman and Robin arrive, they are greeted by the Penguin, who has been mutated into a mutant penguin as punishment for betraying the Shredder, along with the Joker , Two-Face , the Riddler , Harley Quinn , Mr.
Freeze , the Mad Hatter , Bane , the Scarecrow , Poison Ivy , and the Ventriloquist , who have all been mutated into animals and attack Batman and Robin.
Batman is captured, but Robin manages to escape. Penguin is defatted by having Tar fall on him and gets arrested with the other two.
In The Batman vs. Dracula , Penguin searched for a lost mob treasure when he was unwittingly revived and was subsequently hypnotized by Dracula and became his servant.
Later, while Batman fought Dracula, Penguin went after Vicky Vale and chased her through the cemetery. After he found her in a crypt, Penguin caught Vicky and pinned her against the wall when he was freed from his hypnosis and finally discovered the treasure that caused all the trouble in the first place.
He was overjoyed but was then caught by the GCPD. News reporters stated that the people were under Penguin's control and that Penguin kept saying that they were vampires as he was taken away.
Though he Joker and the Lost Ones forgot being slaves to Dracula, Penguin remembered everything, which made him, alongside Bruce, Alfred, and Vicky the only four people to know the truth behind the Lost Ones.
During a battle with Batman and Batgirl , Penguin sends Batman to the bottom of a river where he gets memory loss. He later crashes the Music festival with his twins and kidnaps Bruce.
Later at his ice lair Penguin then cuts Bruce free, who then indeed does write the cheque, and hands it over,but Penguin is suspicious, and asks to see some ID.
Batgirl, who is watching from above, who believes Bruce is Batman, hopes to see him free himself, but instead, he asks to be released, as was the deal, but Penguin tells him he lied, and kicks Bruce into the water behind him.
Batgirl dives in after him, and Penguin sends the twins in after her. She frees Wayne, who promptly swims to the surface, leaving Batgirl to fend off the twins.
The Penguin, one of Batman's oldest foes, is an eccentric criminal mastermind, known as much for his love of ornithology and trick umbrellas as for his already shady business dealings.
Gotham's popular Iceberg Lounge serves as Penguin's front for a number of illegal financial stature; the Penguin is a wily foe whose umbrellas conceal a variety of deadly weapons and gadgets.
In most incarnations, the Penguin is a short, chubby though he wasn't really fat in the original Batman series man who wears a tuxedo, top hat, monocle, white gloves black in Batman Returns , and spats.
A mobster-type criminal, he fancies himself a "gentleman of crime". Unlike most Batman villains, he is sane and doesn't theme his crimes around a psychotic obsession; his intelligence and aristocratic personality starkly contrast against demented Batman villains, such as The Joker.
As a result, his relationship with Batman is often somewhat less tense than it is with other villains. The Penguin recently became a mobster and nightclub owner who engages in more quiet criminal activity whom Batman tolerates as a source of criminal underworld information.
Whenever he is apprehended for a crime, he is sent to an ordinary prison instead of Arkham Asylum, although some versions of the character particularly the less sane interpretations are sent to Arkham.
The Penguin does, however, possess a few eccentricities. He is known for his love of birds and his high-tech umbrellas that serve some specialized function, such as hang-gliding and weaponry.
He also keeps beautiful women around him, perhaps to remind others of his monetary power or to compensate for his own grotesqueness.
Although a second-string villain for many years, Burgess Meredith popularized the Penguin in the s Batman TV show, partially because of his signature squawking laughter.
Danny DeVito played a much darker and older version of the Penguin in Batman Returns. This version was not just an unattractive criminal, but a physically deformed, sadistic, megalomaniacal monster.
Subsequent Batman animated series have alternately featured the deformed Penguin and a more traditional version. The deformed version of the character has also appeared in comics, most notably in the miniseries Batman: The Long Halloween and its sequel Dark Victory.
He only appears for a minor cameo at the end of the Long Halloween , and has no lines. He plays a slightly more notable role in Dark Victory , when Batman goes to him for information.
This incarnation also added elements of the TV series character, as he shouted the well-known "Waugh waugh" while talking.
Born Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot , the Penguin was teased very much in his childhood due to his short stature, obesity, and bird-like nose. These traits made him an outcast in his rich, debutante family.
Their rejection drove him to become evil. These are contrasted against the more aggressive and specific wealth gathering origins of the Batman graphic novel Batman: Penguin Triumphant , which specifically states that Oswald Cobblepot neither is nor ever was insane and merely used his astute mind and scientific skills in developing weapons to intimidate and control others, and the largely attributed Earth-One incarnation origin of the Penguin in Batman The Penguin's weapons of choice are the trick-umbrellas he uses to execute his crooked schemes.
Several versions of the Penguin's origins say that he was forced as a child to always carry an umbrella around by his over-protective mother due to the fact that his father died of pneumonia after being drenched in a downpour.