This week, we’re asking DC fans to submit their fun trivia facts about Dr. Jonathan Crane is a Gotham City supervillain and a major enemy of Batman. He is an overly-obsessive and deranged ex-professor of psychology who uses a variety of drugs and psychological tactics to use the fears and phobias of his adversaries. He does not commit his crimes for wealth, but rather as a form of “research” to further study the effects of fear on humans (later, he does it to satisfy his own psychopathic desires), making Gothamites his unwilling guinea pigs.
Of course, we can only be talking about the one and only Scarecrow!
Let us know all your little-known intel in the comments below, and it could be selected for featuring in our new “Trivia” Encyclopedia section! Anyone whose Fun Facts are selected will receive a rare “Daily Planet Editor” badge!
Remember – All facts MUST be cited with their source to be considered for- it can be any source! Just be sure you cite it.
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—CITE your facts with a credible source by providing a link, a magazine, commentary, DVD featurettes; anything that can validate your fact.
—If we are not able to VALIDATE your fact, or if it does not fit the tone of our Encyclopedia entries, we may not use the fact right away.
—If REPEAT facts are submitted that we would like to use, the first user to post that fact will receive the credit.
—You can submit AS MANY facts as you’d like! However, submission to this thread DOES NOT guarantee that your fact will be selected for featuring in the Encyclopedia. The selection process is entirely up to the discretion of DC Universe.
—We have RECRUITED our very own @HubCityQuestion, master of all trivia, to help sort out the facts and answer the questions you have moving forward in our weekly installments. He remains duty-bound to keep this party going!
—We will be accepting fun facts now through Tuesday, October 13th!
—To ensure your information has not ALREADY BEEN CITED in our existing Encyclopedia, you can find the current Scarecrow entry here: