Who is Killer Moth in DC Comics?

Who is Killer Moth in DC Comics?

Art by Michael Golden. Killer Moth ( Drury Walker) is a supervillain appearing in comic books published by DC Comics, usually as an adversary and dedicated evil counterpart of Batman. Like Batman, he has no superpowers and relies on his technical equipment, including a Mothmobile and numerous gimmicks.

What does Killer Moth look like?

Killer Moth ( Drury Walker) is a fictional supervillain appearing in comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as an adversary of Batman. Killer Moth originally wore a garish costume of purple and green striped fabric, with an orange cape and a moth-like mask.

What is the origin of Batman’s Killer moths?

( Detective Comics #566, September 1986) Batman first encountered the phenomenon of multiple Killer Moths when investigating the murder of one such doppelgänger, a former convict named Lenny Weinstein.

Why was Killer Moth so unpopular in the 1970s?

Like many super villains introduced during the Golden Age of Comic Books, Killer Moth’s flamboyant persona and spectacularly bizarre, often impractical schemes were regarded as being unsuitable for the increasingly dark and gritty Batman stories which began appearing during the late 1960s and early 1970s onwards.

How did Killer Moth find out Batman’s secret identity?

Killer Moth captured Bruce Wayne and was astonished to discover that Wayne was Batman’s secret identity. Wayne escaped capture and tracked down Killer Moth just in time to see him being gunned down by a former crony who erroneously believed that Killer Moth had doubled crossed him.

What happened to the Killer Moth in Bad Blood?

Batman: Bad Blood. Killer Moth is portrayed as one of Talia al Ghul’s henchmen in Batman: Bad Blood. He regularly teams up with Firefly and is killed when hit by a falling boulder. He is voiced by Jason Spisak.

What episode does Killer Moth try to feed Batman?

In the teaser for the episode “The Last Patrol”, Killer Moth kidnaps Batman and attempts to feed him to an Atlas moth, but Batgirl rescues Batman. Killer Moth appears in the Teen Titans Go! animated series episode “Missing”, voiced by Scott Menville.