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Tommy Mangles was a violent criminal who first appeared in BATMAN #519 he was responsible for well over 80 murders, he was a tall muscular man with a ripped tshirt, missing eye, a scarred face, and a mohawk, he later appeared in [[Joker: Devil's Advocate]] confronting [[The Joker]] after he sodomized a man with a harmonica after he found him annoying planning to beat the Joker to a pulp, but the tables are turns when Joker who was feigning being helpless punches him in the groin, pops his ears drums, knees him in the throat, and beats him to death with his shoe.
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| RealName = Thomas Manchester
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| CurrentAlias = Tommy Mangles
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| Creators = Doug Moench; Kelley Jones
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| HistoryText = Tommy Mangles was a violent criminal who was responsible for well over eighty murders. He was a tall, muscular man with a ripped t-shirt, missing eye, a scarred face, and a mohawk. Mangles was first brought to justice when Commissioner [[James Gordon (New Earth)|Jim Gordon]] apprehended him as his last official act as Gotham City's police commissioner (he was later reinstated).
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Mangles later confronted [[The Joker]] after he sodomized a man with a harmonica whom he found annoying. Mangles was planning to beat the Joker to a pulp, but the tables were turned when the Joker, who was feigning being helpless, punched him in the groin, popped his ears drums, kneed him in the throat, and beat him violently with his shoe. <ref>{{c|Joker: Devil's Advocate}}</ref> Although seriously injured, Mangles survived, burning with hatred for Jim Gordon and determined to kill him. He crashed his enemy's retirement party (he later returned to the force), having clearly not thought his plan through - he was instantly surrounded by most of Gotham's finest, all with their guns drawn. He was arrested once more and incarcerated.<ref>{{c|Detective Comics #755}}</ref>
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[[Category:Serial Killers]]

Latest revision as of 08:21, October 27, 2014


Tommy Mangles was a violent criminal who was responsible for well over eighty murders. He was a tall, muscular man with a ripped t-shirt, missing eye, a scarred face, and a mohawk. Mangles was first brought to justice when Commissioner Jim Gordon apprehended him as his last official act as Gotham City's police commissioner (he was later reinstated).

Mangles later confronted The Joker after he sodomized a man with a harmonica whom he found annoying. Mangles was planning to beat the Joker to a pulp, but the tables were turned when the Joker, who was feigning being helpless, punched him in the groin, popped his ears drums, kneed him in the throat, and beat him violently with his shoe. [1] Although seriously injured, Mangles survived, burning with hatred for Jim Gordon and determined to kill him. He crashed his enemy's retirement party (he later returned to the force), having clearly not thought his plan through - he was instantly surrounded by most of Gotham's finest, all with their guns drawn. He was arrested once more and incarcerated.[2]

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