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The Batman Family adversaries are a collective of fictional supervillains appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.
These characters are depicted as adversaries of the superhero Batman and his allies.
Sometimes more than one fictional character will share a supervillain persona.
In those cases, the name of the character most associated with said supervillain identity will have their name in bold in their biography.
Since Batman first appeared in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939), his supporting cast has expanded to include other superheroes, and has become what is now called the "Batman Family".
As with most superheroes, a cast of recurring enemies to the Batman Family have been introduced throughout the years, collectively referred to as Batman's "rogues gallery".
Julian Gregory Day is known for committing crimes that correspond with holidays and significant dates. However, his flesh began to melt, so he built an anti-melting exoskeleton to not only preserve himself, but to also prevent him from touching anyone, as he also gained the ability to melt people with a touch.
He often wears costumes to correlate with the date of the designated crime. This was until he learned that he needed to spread his melting contagion onto others to survive.
His best-known latter day incarnation is in the miniseries Batman: The Long Halloween, where he is portrayed as a Hannibal Lecter-like figure, went mad when he learned that there would be a remake of one of his films with another actor in the lead role. He later met and fell in love with Lady Clay, and the two had a son named Cassius "Clay" Payne.
Jervis Tetch is inspired by Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to commit crimes.
He uses his mind-control technology to bend people to his will, and is never seen without a large and fantastic hat.