This is an in-universe article with out-of-universe material.
The Scarface puppet was the Ventriloquist's dummy.
Although Wesker does not make an appearance in the game, Scarface makes a cameo appearance in Batman: Arkham Asylum. The dummy is first seen in a glass display case in the old Arkham Mansion, in Warden Sharp's Office. Scarface is later, however, glimpsed on monitors and heard speaking during the third run-in Batman has with the Scarecrow in his dream-scape, during which the dummy, manipulated by Joker gives a twisted version of Sharp's welcome speech seen playing in the Intensive Treatment Center.
"When I first heard the Joker planned to take over this nuthouse, like many of us, I thought he was crazy. When he outlined his dictation of a hospital dedicated to ensuring inmates remain loony for as long as possible, I thought he was wacky! Then when he held me down, and Razor cut a new smile onto my face, I decided he had a point. Situated in a small island in Gotham Bay, we stop at nothing to ensure no screwball can fly the coop. Recent successes with Bruce Wayne, a classic case of split personality if I ever saw one, has cemented our reputation as a pioneering slaughterhouse. Our head of research, Dr. Crane, has made no real progress, but seems to enjoy his work, so what the hell. Our new patient's ward is manned by Waylon Jones, whom, I'm assured, has cured almost every patient sent to him, and boasts empty beds in all his wards."
Near the end of the game, Scarface, actually being used by the Joker in a fictional argument, is seen being blamed for Batman's success, despite, as Scarface points out, it being the Joker's plan. Losing his patience, the Joker throws the dummy away, promising to send it back to the Ventriloquist. Wesker's name appears on the party list.
The Penguin acquired Scarface and put him on display in Cyrus Pinkney's Institute of Natural History, which Penguin utilized as his lair in Arkham City. The puppet dances when the button on the display case is pressed.
He is last seen in Harley Quinn's Revenge sitting in a crib next to a negative pregnancy test, Scarface having been decorated to look like the Joker.
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the Arkhamverse video game series and is an adaptation of Scarface. The original character was created by Alan Grant, John Wagner, and Norm Breyfogle and first appeared in Detective Comics #583.
- Scarface was voiced by Mark Hamill for Arkham Asylum.
- Wesker is confirmed as being alive in Batman: Arkham City meaning he was alive at the time of Batman: Arkham Asylum also.
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