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    Jonathan Crane (Earth-9: Post-Crisis)

    All of this screaming, the squirming, this fighting, this shouting, this crying, it's wonderful.
    — Jonathan Crane[src]

    Dr. Jonathan Crane is a consultant to the Gotham City Police Department and the former criminal known as Scarecrow.

    Biography[edit source]

    Early Life[edit source]

    At some point, Jonathan Crane was born to a pair of unnamed parents and grew up to impress them by studying to become a doctor.[5]

    Fear of Gotham City[edit source]

    Crane's arrest records

    Later, Crane used his knowledge in chemistry and psychology in order to inflict fear in his opponents, donning the alias "Scarecrow" and becoming a criminal. As a result, Crane was incarcerated at Arkham Asylum in 2019[4] and became a consultant to the GCPD in exchange for marijuana.[1]

    Fear and Lazarus[edit source]

    City of Carnage[edit source]

    Meeting Jason Todd[edit source]

    Between 2019 and 2021, Jason Todd visited Crane multiple times and revealed the secrets of Batman. He later assisted him in studying chemistry in order to create an unknown substance.[1][5][6]

    Boy Wonder[edit source]

    After Jason's death, Dick Grayson consulted Crane about the "Red Hood"'s games and manipulation. He revealed the Bird's Opening to Grayson, allowing him and the Titans to uncover Red Hood's location. However, Red Hood was aware of their discovery and was steps ahead of them, causing an explosion at the bank.[1]

    Following his defeat, Grayson visited Crane once more and revealed Jason was in battle with his "father", with the former deducing that he might be using Bruce's weapons. Crane complimented Grayson's deduction as the latter left.[7]

    Kidnapped[edit source]

    Days later, Jason sent an assassin to murder Crane in order to lure him to the public. The GCPD quickly fell into his trap and attempted to transfer Crane to Blackgate, only to have Dick Grayson kidnapping him during the process. He then followed Grayson to Bristol County, where a cabin that belonged to Bruce Wayne is. Grayson used Crane as bait and eventually lured the Red Hood to the forest. Unfortunately, Grayson was defeated and Crane was able to escape his captivity.[5]

    Exhibit B[edit source]

    Failure[edit source]

    Losing a Pawn[edit source]

    Red Hood: Hero of Gotham[edit source]

    Lack of Fear[edit source]

    Right-Hand Man[edit source]

    Beginning of the End[edit source]

    Powers and Abilities[edit source]

    Abilities[edit source]

    • Genius-level Intellect: Crane is an expert in chemistry, psychology and manipulation, proving him as an intelligent individual.
      • Chemistry: Before turning to a life of crime, Crane was a doctor in chemistry and was able to assist Jason Todd in creating an enhancing drug.[1]
      • Psychology: Crane was able to deduce Jason Todd's motives easily using his exceptional observation skills and knowledge in psychology.[1]
    • Hand-to-Hand Combat: Crane combated Jason Todd briefly before the latter's escape.[3]

    Equipment[edit source]

    Current Equipment[edit source]

    • Fear Toxin: Crane created and utilized a gas of unknown chemicals to induce fear in his enemies.[8]

    Former Equipment[edit source]

    • Scarecrow Mask: Crane formerly wore a mask while operating as Scarecrow. However, it was confiscated and kept as a trophy by Batman.[8]

    Appearances[edit source]

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    Red Hood Appears
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    Hank & Dove Appears
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    Blackfire Appears
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    Lazarus Appears
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    Lady Vic Appears
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    51% Appears
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    Home Appears
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    Souls Mentioned
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    Troubled Water Appears
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    The Call Is Coming from Inside the House Appears
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    Prodigal Appears
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    Purple Rain Appears
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    Purple Rain Appears

    Notes[edit source]

    I'm talking 70-30 sativa. Lemon Lyric is my favorite, but I'm not a name-brand whore. Just get me in the ballpark. Anything above 25% THC, we can have our little tete-a-tete.
    — Jonathan Crane to Dick Grayson[src]

    Gallery[edit source]

    References[edit source]

    Other versions of Jonathan Crane
    New Multiverse

    Earth: Prime
    Original Multiverse

    Earth: 1

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