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The Penguin is a cameo character in Injustice: Gods Among Us. He is one of Batman's nemesis.

Biography 

The Penguin is a Gotham City crime lord with a deformed physical appearance who fights Batman. Despite the penguin-like appearance that led to his nickname, he is a ruthlessly cunning criminal genius operating out of his nightclub, the Iceberg Lounge. Having dealt with mockery of his stature from an early age, he has dedicated himself to inspiring respect and fear through his exploits. His standard weapon is an umbrella with different gadgets, lethal and otherwise hidden inside of it. He has been a member of the Injustice League, Secret Society of Super-Villains and Suicide Squad.

Injustice Comic

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Injustice: Gods Among Us

The Penguin appears in the Arkham Asylum stage. He's in the recreation area with other Gotham villains, and beats the player/opponent up if they're thrown into the room.

He also appears in Shazam's S.T.A.R. Labs Missions, where, while Shazam and Catwoman are fighting, he anesthetizes the hero or the thief with his trick umbrella, depending on who's nearer to him.

Powers and Abilities

The Penguin may not be much of a physical threat (he is skilled martial arts however), he has a genius intellect that makes him a successful criminal mastermind and excellent in business management. He also has good leadership skills, able to lead his henchmen proficiently and run operations in Gotham smoothly. While having no superpowers, he is skilled in wielding firearms and even has an assortment of "trick" umbrellas that can act as anything from machine guns to motorized flight devices, making the Penguin adaptable to most situations.

Appearance

The Penguin wears a custom dark jacket with the collar lined with fur over a silk button up shirt, dark pants and shoes. He wears a monocle over his left eye and carries an umbrella and while not seen in-game, usually wears a dark top hat.

Trivia

  • Traditionally, the Penguin is one of the few Batman villains to not be locked up in Arkham Asylum. Like Catwoman, he is normally incarcerated in regular prisons because he is not insane. However, he has been sent to Arkham in “Gotham” and “The Batman”. In “Gotham”, he has also committed cannibalism by eating his stepfamily.

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