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Real Name: Deever Tweed
Nicknames: No known nicknames
Former Aliases: No known former aliases
Other Current Aliases: Tweedle-Dee; The Tweeds (with his cousin); The Tweedles (with his cousin)


Occupation: Criminal
Legal Status: Deever Tweed is a citizen of the United States with a criminal record.
Identity: Secret
Marital Status: Marital status unknown
Group Affiliation: Partner of Tweedledum; inmate of Arkham Asylum; occasional ally of the Joker
Base of Operations: Gotham City


Place of Birth: Place of birth unknown (Presumably Gotham City)
Known Relatives: Dumfree Tweed (cousin)
First Appearance: Detective Comics #74


History of character unknown.


Height: x'xx"
Weight: xxx lbs (xxx kg)
Eyes: Eye colour unknown
Hair: Hair colour unknown
Unusual Features: No unusual features


Known Powers: No known powers.
Known Abilities: No known abilities.
Strength Level: Tweedledee possesses the strength level of a man who engages in no exercise whatsoever.


Equipment: No known equipment.
Transportation: No known transportation.
Weapons: Generally, Tweedledee and his cousin do not use weaponry, but they have been known to utilize knockout gas to foil pursuers.


  • Tweedeldee and Tweedledum are often mistaken for twin siblings due to their close physical resemblance. In fact however, they are actually cousins.
  • The Tweedles have employed several henchmen throughout their careers including characters named, Slug, Windy, Tony, and Sparks.


  • The characters of Tweedledee and Tweedledum were originally created by novelist Lewis Carroll for the 1871 children's story, Through the Looking-Glass (more commonly referred to as Alice in Wonderland).

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