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Enormous Poster of Batman Villains

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It really is a wonder that Batman hasn't given up and taken early retirement. Few would blame him after the constant and seemingly never-ending array of rogues that he's had to deal with over the years.

Taking all shapes and sizes and with hugely differing levels of effectiveness, the caped crusader has defended Gotham City against a huge number of villains and, to celebrate Batman's upcoming 75th birthday, Pop Chart Lab have created this fantastic poster, gathering them all together on one page.

The big names like The Joker and Mr Freeze are present and correct, alongside such lesser-known lawbreakers as the Walrus, Larry the Judge and the thoroughly unthreateningly-named Happy Hoggsby. He was probably just at the crime scene by accident.

You can buy the chart in 12" x 16" format, with price starting at $16 (£9.38); simply head to the Pop Chart Lab website.

(Images: Pop Chart Lab/AllStar)

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