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As Edward Nashton grew older, he opened a crooked carnival booth involving a diabolical puzzle.The customers would compete to solve the puzzle for prize money, but if they failed to do so, they would have to pay Nashton a small fee for competing.At the scene of his next crime, Nashton fled into a complex maze he had designed to be the ultimate death-trap and challenged Batman, who had entered the maze in pursuit, to escape from the labyrinth before a bomb, hidden in one of the many passageways, goes off.Batman escaped, but the explosion knocked the Riddler off a pier and sent him plummeting to his supposed doom.Known for his purple domino mask and green question mark-covered costume, either as a skintight cat suit or a business suit and bowler hat and his special question mark shaped cane, the Riddler is obsessed with riddles, puzzles, and word games. I might actually be crazy." The Riddler was popularized by Frank Gorshin’s over-the-top, Emmy-nominated portrayal in the 1960s Batman television series.He delights in forewarning police and Batman of his capers by sending them complex clues. Jim Carrey played the Riddler in the 1995 film Batman Forever with Gorshin as his inspiration, although the concurrent Batman: The Animated Series preferred to show the character as a calmer, intellectual egotist, more obsessed with proving his own cleverness than in creating puzzles.He often has two female assistants, named Query and Echo.
Shortly after, Batman and Robin figured out the Riddler had given them another puzzle-clue in the form of their two most recent encounters.
At first, the Riddler proves initially successful, launching a crime wave across Gotham City.
Batman soon deduced that the new villain was leaving baffling clues for the law in advance of each crime and began acting on the clues to thwart the Riddler's puzzling crimes, although Nashton swiftly evades capture again and again.
Sometimes, he is shown to drive a "Riddlermobile," a green car with "??? Riddler also often carries a trick question mark-shaped cane.
The Riddler's compulsion stems from parental abuse that he endured as a child.
Like most Batman villains, the Riddler has become a darker, more three-dimensional character in recent years. In the animated series The Batman, The Riddler is presented in a sinister and Gothic fashion with a love of crime and a taste for computer hacking.