Uh, oh. Here comes this wiki's archenemy again. Is Croc a complete monster? He's tragic, of course, bullied as both a kid and adult, and I wouldn't be too happy if I was a walking crocodile either. But he has no redeeming qualities. He's never shown sympathy for anyone and purposely tries to be as brutal as possible, but he did spare Batman in Origins because he got lazy and upset. What do you fudge sickles think? Fireworks888 (talk) 22:46, February 9, 2014 (UTC)
In the Arkham Unhinged comic "Crocodile Tears" we learn his tragic backstory. And also during the backstory, he befriended a blind girl named Becky and he was devastated when she died. Plus the Joker does much worse crimes in all 3 games than anything Croc ever did onscreen. Bentonfill (talk) 22:50, February 9, 2014 (UTC)
For me the heinous standard isn't an issue (He's properly feared, has TONS of victims, and is a cannibal as well which is something not even the Joker (to my knowledge) indulges in). Even without that though, his moral agency is pretty screwy: his genetic condition also causes his mind to regress in a more savage, feral, animalistic state of mind. Plus, his freudian excuse is in my opinion pretty solid which means he al around doesn't count.
Secondary or central antagonist?
Is Killer Croc the secondary or central antagonist of the Batman: Arkham Knight - The Season of Infamy DLC Most Wanted mission Beneath the Surface? He was on the center of that DLC Most Wanted mission while Warden Ranken wasn’t revealed to be the actual main antagonist until the end. But, could the Iron Heights Prisoners be considered the secondary antagonists of that DLC Most Wanted mission? WildPrimate597 (talk) 16:12, July 30, 2020 (UTC)