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  • Sullivan Boys

    The Sullivan boys are a large but loosely organized group of Irish bootleggers and petty theives. Their nemesis is [[:detective-michael-vinsant | Detective Michael VinSant]] who has broken up several of their larger recent operations.

  • Carmine Falcone

    Carmine Falcone is an extremely wealthy investor who well known for his charitable donations (especially to the Police Officers pension fund) and high society parties. He is very widely believed to be consolidating control over the city's alcohol …

  • Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot

    The Cobblepot family has been in Gotham for a very long time but never made any particular lasting impression until the 1890's when Daniel Cobblepot made his fortune in creating the first factory for industrial petro-chemicals in Gotham. Daniel …

  • Black Mask

    Very little is known about this man other than he dresses in suits and wears a black mask. He is reputed to be very ambitious and wants to control Gotham's thriving bootlegger industry. His long term goals are unknown. The size and strength of his …

  • The Shadow

    Very little is known about this man other than his actions. He first appeared in January 1930 just as the public was getting used to the [[:bat-man | Bat-Man]]. At first the public was rather blasé about him because of Bat-Man's positive reputation but …

  • Jay Peters

    Says nothing about personal life. Intensely dislikes being touched. He has been identified by witnesses as Ben Stone, director of acquisitions for [[Dent Construction Industries | Dent Construction Industries]]. Stone apparently took leave of his job …

  • Joker

    The self-styled "Joker" is a new element in the Gotham crime scene. He is highly unpredictable, extremely intelligent, and given to occasional fits of extreme violence. So far most of his crimes have been against other criminals and primarily oriented …

  • Salvatori Moroni

    Sal Moroni came up through the ranks the hard way, doing what nobody else wanted to do and showing some intelligence in how he did it. He was Falcone's right hand man since his predecessor showed the bad judgment of attempting to swim in the East river …

  • Thomas Salvatore Gioeli

    After Thomas found Clair selling her various items on a street corner, he demanded she pay him 'protection' money. She obviously refused and he managed to rattle it out of her. This happened twice before Thomas mysteriously went missing for about a week. …

  • Joey Massino

    Joey is in the process of working his way up through the ranks of the Penguin's slowly dying criminal network. This gives him a lot of freedom to do as he likes and the Penguin likes the profits the man earns. Joey has a reputation for violence but …

  • Cecil Kent

    Cecil grew up in crustiest portion of Gotham's upper crust, but always longed to be something more than another trust fund kid with a sinecure on [[Mall Street | Mall Street]]. In his early 20's on a trip to Europe, he discovered a love for fine wines and …

  • Dutch Schultz

    Dutch was a mid-level competitor of Falcone's until the war with [[:salvatori-maloni | Salvatori Moroni]] started and Falcone lost all of his people at that level. Dutch seems very loyal to Falcone.

  • William Sutton

    Willie is a Gotham native who started robbing banks in the 1920's. He served time in Attica state prison for theft but escaped with the aid of a pistol smuggled into the prison. He has since committed a string of robberies and attempted robberies. …

  • Mr. (Umbra) Stix

    Mr. Stix has traveled all over the U.S. He has lived among common people in towns and small cities and even spent some time living in Metropolis where he met Clarence Fitzclarence and Clyde. He doesn't talk much of his past. Even his associate …

  • Edgar Mandragora

    Originally from Star City, Edgar learned to control his powers by joining the [[Silver Legion | Silver Legion]] at their base there. He also learned the potential value of the Eagle Diamond and grew tired of listening to neo-Nazi slogans. Following the …

  • Hugo Strange

    Hugo Strange was always the smartest and shortest man in the room. He never let either get in his way but his temper always got him into trouble and frequently beaten up by much larger and less capable people, something that enraged him even more. …

  • Jonathan Crane

    Dr. Jonathan Crane was first in his class at Harvard, specializing in what makes people afraid and how to overcome those fears. He only wanted one job when he graduated, to work for Arkham Asylum, where the staff deals with Olympic caliber insanity. …