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He then asks the player to collect some paper so that he may begin creating the invitations.
3, free to continue his crimes, Hatter came up with a plan to steal from other criminals and using a special mind-controlling hat, he attempted to drain all the memories from.At a school dance, Jervis made an attempt to hold Alice's hand but was rejected by the girl, who explained that she didn't like him in that way.Psycho one on one, and emerged victorious despite his injuries, possibly killing.When Ragdoll attacked the Secret Six under.Today, Tetch has red hair much like his impostor did, but his size and height still seem to vary.Although this was Tetch's first known criminal act, his involvement in the locker room bombing would not be discovered until years later.If you see a way this page can be updated or improved without compromising previous work, please feel free to contribute.He made his first appearance in Batman #49 ( 1948 ).
After revealing the true reasons why Scandal Savage left the team, the Six went after her, finding themselves at Vandal Savage 's temple in the mountains, where Doctor Psycho started attacking.However, when the Cheshire Cat meetic rencontre coquine appears and his name is shouted by Alice and the Queen, the Dormouse goes into panic, leading to a chase that humiliates the Queen once again, though the Mad Hatter and March Hare are able to escape her wrath, leaving.The Hatter can also be seen as an animatronic in the Alice in Wonderland dark ride attraction.Mad as a Hatter, at one point Jervis lost his mind and becoming obsessive, delusional and schizophrenic he went to crime modelling himself after The Mad Hatter his most loved character from his beloved Alice in Wonderland and wielding his vast genius and mind control.In " Ask Von Drake during " The Ludwig Von Drake Song he is seen pouring some tea into Alice 's cup through his shirt sleeve, like in the movie.For the version from the 2010 film, see, tarrant Hightopp.Other sources have it that he's based on an eccentric acquaintance of Lewis Carroll, Theophilus Carter, who was often nicknamed the Mad Hatter because of his strange habit to stand for hours in front of his furniture shop, wearing a top hat.
Appearance, short, slender, fair skin, half bald, white hair, buck-toothed.
Miraculously, Tetch survived the fall.
Batman Life After Death Tetch next shows up, seemingly uninjured from his battle with the Secret Six, working with The Penguin, who is planning on killing the new Black Mask.