- Oppressed citizens of Gotham, your cries for help have been heard! I am Anarky- voice of the people- here to save you from the plague of corruption that now infests this once proud city! Those hired and elected to keep us free and safe won't lift a finger! And why would they? They've been bought and paid for; encouraged to turn a blind eye. If they won't act, I will. At dawn's first light- the sources of Gotham's ruin WILL. BE. DESTROYED.
- — Anarky src
His idealism matched with a self-importance that makes reasoning with him nearly impossible - he needs to be dealt with physically and imprisoned to keep the city safe. He wished to rid the city of its bonds to what he called "Propaganda, through so called entertainment" by destroying anything that to do with big business or capitalism.
One Christmas Eve, Anarky had placed three bombs around Gotham City. Batman made a mad dash to defuse them all. Anarky then met Batman in the courthouse where he along with some of his own henchmen attacked Batman. After the fight, he revealed that he was just a young man, Batman left him cuffed for the police to take in.
Many years later, his jacket was still in GCPD custody in the evidence room. According to Aaron Cash, he had not been seen since that night, which he blamed on the government not taking very kindly to anarchists.
- Hand-to-Hand Combat (Basic)
- Leadership: Anarky commands a small army of follows by knowing what they want.
- Charisma: Anarky is capable of getting the less fortunate of Gotham to join his crusade by promising to bring down the sources of oppression in the city to rebuild it from scratch. He is able to make them do dangerous things like placing bombs at GCPD, which most would never consider doing.
- Demolitions: Anarky created a series of bombs to destroy GCPD, the casino and Gotham Merchant's Bank.
- Molotov Cocktails
- Shock Baton
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the Arkhamverse video game series and is an adaptation of Anarky. The original character was created by Alan Grant and Norm Breyfogle and first appeared in Detective Comics #608.
- Anarky was voiced by Matthew Mercer.
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