10 Most Sadistic Batman Villains Of All Time

10. Bane

Bane is a child of the 90€™s EXTREME-MAX era of comics. Famous for breaking Batman€™s back in the Knightfall story arc, Bane is the epitome of a 90€™s super villain: super strong and super violent. Hooked on a super steroid called Venom, Bane€™s super strength allowed him to cripple Batman: a task no other villain had achieved at that point in the history of Batman. Because Bane was so well received by the 90€™s EXTREME culture, he has managed to weasel his way from the comics to not one but TWO different Batman movies. Of course, there€™s his most recent appearance in the third instalment of the Nolan Trilogy; however, how can anyone forget his cinematic debut in the much loved, critically adored Batman and Robin (please note the sarcasm). There is an argument to be made that Bane is a bit of a one-trick-pony, a one-hit-wonder super villain: since his first appearance in Knightfall, the defining thing about this character is that he really likes breaking backs€ like a lot. Nevertheless, Bane is a solid Bat-villain. While super strong, Bane is also a master tactician. Every time this roided-out foe faces off against the Caped Crusader, he pushes our hero to a breaking point (pun intended).
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Since childhood, Bryant has been an avid fan of superheroes, and he has been reading comic books since 2006. His full name is "George Bryant Lucas"; however, after enduring countless Darth Vader jokes, he has chosen to go by his middle name. Born and raised in the United States, Bryant is currently living with his lovely wife in the country side of Wiltshire County, UK. Bryant does suffer from a mild case of dyslexia; misspellings and homonyms are to be expected on occasion.