10 DC Movie Characters Who Are Massively Misunderstood

  • Bane in The Dark Knight Rises is not just a subordinate of Talia al Ghul, but a co-leader of the League of Shadows who is greatly respected by her.
  • Michelle Pfeiffer's Catwoman in Batman Returns is not solely on a revenge mission, but rather rebelling against societal norms and finding freedom.
  • Jim Carrey's Riddler in Batman Forever may seem over-the-top, but his comedic energy perfectly fits the character and his desire to outsmart Batman.
For one reason or another, numerous DC movie characters have been greatly misunderstood over the decades. With so many heroes and villains from the pages of DC Comics, DC characters have been interpreted and re-invented in many different ways in both movies and television. Inevitably, this has led to extremely popular versions of DC characters, heavily divisive versions of the same characters, and everything in between.
When it comes to the latter, the more polarizing DC movie characters have also frequently been some of the most misunderstood. Oftentimes, this has happened when the strongest DC movie characters have been interpreted in radically new ways, though these versions of DC's heroes and villains alike also tend to accumulate more love and understanding of who they are with the passage of time. Here are 10 DC movie characters who have been greatly misunderstood.


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