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Warren White (also known as the Great White Shark) is a villain from the Batman series. He first appeared in the miniseries Arkham Asylum: Living Hell.
A crooked financier who stole millions of dollars, Warren White thought he’d scored a legal victory when his insanity plea went through. But when he got to Arkham Asylum, the other inmates, disgusted by his crime, made his life miserable until he genuinely went crazy. Finally, he was disfigured after being locked inside Mr. Freeze's cell, with its freezing temperatures leaving him without hair, a nose, ears, and lips. Killer Croc also attacked him, slashing his throat and leaving "gills". Calling himself the Great White Shark, White sharpened his teeth to fangs, a perfect resemblance to his new namesake. Putting his financial skills to use, he has become a major player in Gotham’s underground crime scene, running a number of rackets from his cell in Arkham.
Batman: Arkham Asylum
The Great White Shark doesn't appear in the game Batman: Arkham Asylum, but one of the Riddler's riddles revolves around him. Also found are jars that contain his, nose, ears, lips, and two of his fingers.
Batman Arkham City
Although he doesn't appear in person in the game he is referenced on a sign that says W WHITE. He is also mentioned as an employer of The Broker.
Batman: Arkham Knight
Again he doesn't appear, but his facial parts are seen in the GCPD evidence room along with items belonging to other supervillains. Aaron Cash will give a commentary on Warren White.
The Batman vs. Dracula
In The Batman vs. Dracula, an inmate, who is similar to Warren White before taking on his Great White Shark persona, appears.
Capable financial skills, which he uses for a variety of criminal purposes