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Professor Hugo Strange ist ein fiktiver Superschurke, der in Comics von DC Comics erscheint, häufig als Gegner des Superhelden Batman. Der Charakter ist einer von Batmans ersten wiederkehrenden Bösewichten und einer der ersten Batman-Bösewichte. Professor Hugo Strange ist einer von Batmans ältesten Gegenspielern. Er trat erstmals in Detective. Dr. Hugo Strange ist der ehemalige Leiter der Psychiatrie und Direktor von Arkham Asylum. Er ist involviert in Experimente mit Menschlichen Wesen in Indian. Der Mann mit dem sprechenden Namen (Hugo ist ein in den Vereinigten Staaten als typisch „deutsch“ geltender Vorname, strange bedeutet so. Doctor Strange oder Dr. Strange steht für: Doctor Strange, Comicfigur von Marvel Comics, siehe Figuren aus dem Marvel-Universum #Doctor Strange · Doctor.
Dr. Hugo Strange ist der ehemalige Leiter der Psychiatrie und Direktor von Arkham Asylum. Er ist involviert in Experimente mit Menschlichen Wesen in Indian. Professor Hugo Strange ist ein fiktiver Superschurke, der in Comics von DC Comics erscheint, häufig als Gegner des Superhelden Batman. Der Charakter ist einer von Batmans ersten wiederkehrenden Bösewichten und einer der ersten Batman-Bösewichte. Hier wird er als ehemaliger Schauspieler vorgestellt, der von Professor Hugo Strange in Clayface verwandelt wurde. In „Die Kinder des Dr. Strange“ wird er von.
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Hugo Strange - Hugo StrangeDas gemeinsame Glück war jedoch nur von kurzer Dauer: Nachdem der flüchtige Mörder Arnold Etchison das Versteck der beiden zufällig entdeckte und deren dort befindlichen Sohn entführte, waren Payne und Fueller gezwungen nach Gotham City zurückzukehren, um die Bedingungen zu erfüllen, die Etchison an die Rückgabe ihres Kindes knüpfte. Fortan wurde er im Blackgate Prison inhaftiert, wo er an verschiedenen Ausbruchsversuchen beteiligt war Batman: Blackgate 1, und Freundschaft zu Bane schloss Vengeance of Bane 2, Wrath ruft sich selbst zum Anführer aller Schurken von Gotham City aus, um einen Krieg gegen die Polizei heraufzubeschwören.
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Start a Wiki. Do you feel sad? Full of rage? Or does that outfit help bury your feelings? Hiding your true self. You're truly an extraordinary specimen I look forward to breaking you.
I have perfectly optimized my brain chemistry. I am the one sane person in an insane city. Tonight, I confront you with your monstrous inadequacies.
Then, as Cro-Magnon met Neanderthal, I club you, skin you and wear your hide. Because you're unfit for it.
Gotham City needs Batman. And after tonight Batman will be me. Contents [ show ]. Seconds before Strange's death in Batman Arkham City.
Categories :. To ensure that Sharp became a victim of the lawlessness, Strange publicly announced his location over the announcement system, but thanks to Batman's continued bravery, Sharp's life was spared.
Two hours later, Strange intentionally called an emergency meeting of the Gotham City Council where he informed them of a dangerous arms race within Arkham City and that Protocol 10 was the only option available.
That "arms race" was essentially planned and orchestrated by Strange as proven by a phone call from Joker through him secretly delivering weapons to Joker, Penguin , and to some extent, other inmates.
Strange then enacted Protocol the systematic destruction of Arkham City and the slaughter of all of the prison's inmates. TYGER Assault Helicopters broke off of their patrols and started tracking down any and all of the prisoners that they could find.
While Batman was set to pursue Talia al Ghul in order to rescue her from Joker, at the pleading of both Alfred and Oracle , Batman went to stop Protocol 10 and Strange instead.
Nightwing , Robin , and Alfred protected the Manor from them. After Batman arrived at the base of Wonder Tower in the Arkham City Processing Center, Strange communicated with him via viewscreen, while he held a syringe to a hostage.
The Professor proceeded to tell the vigilante that his very existence was what cause of all the madness and crime in Gotham, and pointed out even the creation of The Joker was Batman's fault.
Strange concluded that this was why he had risen to power, and that soon he and his "Master" would rule the entire world.
As Batman ascended to Wonder Tower, Strange broadcasted to all of TYGER, and stated that once the population of Arkham City had been eradicated, they would move onto Phase Two, being the creaton of further facilties in both Keystone and Metropolis , likely with similar goals to Arkham City - the total eradication of crime.
Evntually, Batman confronted Professor Strange in the Command Centre of Wonder Tower and, after he knocking him down, connected Oracle to the computers to shut down Protocol Batman then shoved Strange's face against a window to gaze upon the destruction that he had wrought, but Strange expressed sadistic satisfaction at his handiwork.
Batman then declared that he had him beaten as Protocol 10 was deactivated. Strange then defiantly gloated that he would soon " command forces beyond [his] comprehension ".
Mortally wounded, Strange told Ra's he had done everything he wanted him to do, and begged him for more time to achieve their goals.
Ra's denied Strange this, telling him that Batman had proven himself superior to the Professor, so proving he was unworthy as his sucessor as Head of the Demon.
As Batman held the dying Professor, he insisted he get him medical attention. Ra's refused this, instead looking out over Arkham City as it burned.
Realising his betrayal, Strange ordered his computer to enact Protocol 11, the systematic destruction of Wonder Tower. In his final moments, Strange breathed the passcode: "Wayne".
Batman threw himself and the enraged Ra's al Ghul from the Tower moments before it exploded, with the Head of the Demon being killed himself shortly afterwards.
With the deactivation of Protocol 10 and the death of their leader, the TYGER forces ceased their attacks on Arkham City and its inmates, marking Professor Strange's final defeat, and failure.
In a Gotham Story, Strange manifested himself as a hallucinatory ghost who appeared before former Mayor Quincey Sharp in prison.
In Sharp's hallucination, Strange told him that he had one more task for him and instructed him to remove his bed sheet and hang himself with it.
Various rioters can be heard saying that Strange used to lecture them like Scarecrow and state that Strange at least sent food packages.
Hugo Strange was dedicated to understanding the workings of the human mind, no matter what it took. Strange had very little remorse for his actions, given that he let the Mad Hatter experiment on the forgotten patients to perfect the drug he used to mind-control the TYGER Guards and Quincy Sharp.
After he came in contact with Ra's al Ghul, Strange became dedicated to wiping out the criminal element in Gotham, and planned on repeating the process in both Keystone and Metropolis, and probably more cities besides.
That also gave Strange an inflated ego, since he had figured out Bruce Wayne's secret identity, and was a candidate to replace Ra's as the head of the League of Assassins.
Strange possessed a malignant and sadistic mind, though he was dedicated to his work as a psychiatrist he seemed to perform his experiments with a smile on his face and taunted Batman as he made his descent on Wonder Tower, making threats to attack his allies after the success of Protocol His egomaniacal traits were showcased by how he once referred to himself in the third person and made speeches in his own honour, all regarding his superiority over Batman.
Strange is thoroughly unethical in his dedication to understanding the aspects of criminology and the criminal mind in general so he could use this information to advance Protocol He sent innocent doctors to treat the Joker, fully knowing it would result in their deaths so he could satisfy his thirst for knowledge regarding the Joker's backstory and threatened the life of Catwoman's friend, Holly to force her to comply during the Interview Tapes.
He also didn't know what it is like to love another person, as shown when he replied a simple no to Mr. Freeze's question about the subject.
Beneath his arrogant demenour, Strange was also somewhat insecure. His obsessive and maniacal mind caused his deteriorating psyche and his fixation on Batman which went far as to create his own Batsuit that he wears while weeping in his hands.
Strange's obsession with Batman projected a desire to not only be Batman but outshine him in any way, joining forces with Ra's al Ghul he masterminded Protocol 10 to eliminate all criminal element in the world, a more extreme version of Batman's goals to bring peace to Gotham.
Batman, who already knows of Strange's experiments, begins investigating him after one of his henchmen kills a man. When his henchmen are apprehended, Strange vows to set a trap for Batman as the next target on his list of crimes.
When Batman arrives, over a dozen of Strange's men are waiting for him, and one of them knocks him out with a blackjack.
He wakes up in Strange's lair, where Strange hangs him from his wrists and lashes him with a whip. Batman breaks the ropes, gases the room, and defeats Strange, who is jailed but plans to escape.
They wear bulletproof clothing, and he releases them to wreak havoc in Gotham City while his men commit robberies. Strange administers the serum to Batman after the giants capture him, saying it will work in 18 hours.
Batman tricks two of the monsters into killing each other, and then saves himself by creating a drug that prevents any abnormal secretions from the pituitary gland.
He is then able to kill all the other monsters, and sends Strange to his apparent death in a fall, although he suspects that the mad scientist has survived.
He returned years later in the s in the "Strange Apparitions" story arc in Detective Comics May September—October Having survived his earlier "death" how this happened is never explained, seen or shown , Strange left Gotham City and went to Europe for several years, where his criminal career was successful.
Seeking a challenge and wanting to pit his wits against Batman, Strange, now using the alias of Dr. Todhunter, is running a private hospital named Graytowers Clinic for Gotham's wealthiest citizens—where he holds them for ransom and changes them into monsters.
Thorne has Strange abducted and beaten by his men to reveal Batman's identity, but Strange apparently dies before he can tell him.
Strange's ghost then comes back to haunt Thorne, driving the council president insane. Thorne confesses his long career of corruption and is sent to Arkham Asylum.
Strange's ghost returns again to haunt Thorne in Detective Comics April , July , September , and November and Batman December , leading up to the appearance of the real Hugo Strange in the last panel of the last page of the fifth issue mentioned here.
As revealed two issues later in Batman February , Strange had indeed survived the beating from Thorne's men by using yoga techniques to slow his heartbeat to an undetectable level.
It is also revealed that Strange artificially created the "ghost" that haunted Thorne using strategically-placed devices that simulated the "ghost's" appearances, which drove him to confess to the authorities.
Upon his return, Strange used the devices again to bring back the "ghost" in order to have his revenge on Thorne.
Subsequently, Strange attempts to weaken Bruce Wayne through the use of drugs and robots called Mandroids, with the ultimate goal of usurping the mantle of Batman.
The plan fails, and Strange apparently dies once more when he attempts to kill Batman by blowing up a replica of Wayne Manor with himself in it, stating that if he cannot be Batman, then no one can.
Batman survives the explosion. Later, Strange returns yet again the Hugo Strange that "died" in the explosion was revealed to be just another Mandroid by the real one in Batman Annual 10 , in another attempt to destroy Batman and Bruce Wayne, this time attempting to financially bankrupt Wayne by using various tricks to force three Wayne Enterprise shareholders to sell their stocks to him, allowing him to bankrupt Wayne.
He also attempts to frame Batman as a criminal. However, Strange is defeated and sent to prison. Batman casts further doubt on Strange's deductions of his identity by claiming that he hypnotized Strange to give him a fake idea of Batman's true identity just before Commissioner Gordon showed up to make the arrest, leaving Strange doubting his own mind as he wonders if Batman is attempting a complex double-bluff by letting him think that Bruce Wayne is Batman.
The Earth-Two version of Strange has a similar early history to the Earth-One version and also survives the fall that he experienced in Detective Comics The surgeon lacks Strange's skill, and the operation leaves Strange physically deformed the surgeon is then killed for his failure.
Strange uses one of his devices to capture Starman 's Cosmic Rod to use its power to attack everyone and everything that Batman holds dear.
He generates a storm in Gotham to obtain the device, which creates a dimensional doorway to Earth-One , bringing that universe 's Batman over to Earth-Two, which allows him and Earth-Two's Robin to join with Earth-Two's Batwoman in defeating Strange.
Strange realizes that he is, in fact, angry at his own wasted life and deformed body, so he uses the Cosmic Rod to commit suicide.
In the Post- Crisis continuity, Strange was reintroduced in the " Prey " storyline as a psychiatrist enlisted to help a police task force capture Batman.
While brilliant at his work, Strange is depicted as being equally unbalanced: he is so obsessed with Batman, he takes to dressing up like Batman in private, convinced that he understands the darkness that drives Batman, when he really constantly underestimates Batman's strength.
According to Commissioner Gordon , Strange was "abandoned as a child, grew up in state homes. A bright kid, but he apparently had a hell of a temper.
Nobody knows how he put himself through college and medical school. Strange became a Professor of Psychiatry at Gotham State University, but had his tenure suspended due to his increasingly bizarre genetic engineering theories.
At some point, he is approached by an Indian man named Sanjay, who seeks Strange's aid in curing his sick brother.
Strange agrees to help, and Sanjay works loyally by his side from that point onward. Borrowing money from gangster Sal Maroni , who is in the employ of Gotham's criminal kingpin Carmine Falcone , Strange sets up a laboratory.
He then bribes a corrupt orderly to give him incurably insane inmates from Arkham Asylum —those who have been institutionalized for so long that they will not be missed.
Strange's experiments have literally monstrous results, with his test subjects turning into gigantic, mindless " Monster Men ", possessing superhuman strength and cannibalistic instincts.
Strange uses these Monster Men to raise the money that he needs to pay back his Mafia connections. Batman becomes involved after discovering some of the gruesome remains of the Monster's Men's cannibalistic rampages.
When Strange sets his creations free at an illegal poker game, helping himself to the victims' money after the slaughter, his Mafia connections begin to grow suspicious.
Batman tracks Strange down, but is captured by Sanjay and thrown to the Monster Men as an intended meal. Batman not only holds off the creatures, but uses them in part of an inventive escape.
Strange is enthralled by Batman, believing that he has found a genetically perfect man. He creates one final Monster Man using a drop of Batman's blood, and while his creation still has many of the flaws of its "brothers", it lacks most of the grotesque disfigurements that had plagued Strange's earlier creations.