Character sourced from: Comic Books

Killer Croc

CBUB Wins: 18
CBUB Losses: 26
Win Percentage: 40.91%

Added by: Judge Try

Read more about Killer Croc at: Wikipedia

Official Site: DC Comics

Killer Croc (Waylon Jones) is a fiction character in the DC Universe, an enemy of Batman. Created by writer Gerry Conway and artist Gene Colan, he first appeared in Batman #357.

In Croc's initial string of appearances — a Detective Comics story arc that culminated in Jason Todd adopting the mantle of Robin — he was depicted as an unnamed, shadowy figure in a trenchcoat. A ruthless criminal who wants to become the crime kingpin of Gotham City, Croc works behind the scenes using methods like sniping to eliminate his criminal competitors. He briefly unites a small army of Batman villains under his leadership. When Batman finally confronts his mysterious foe, the villain is revealed to have a massive physique and reptilian appearance. It is then revealed that his real name is Waylon Jones, born with a form of atavism that imparted him with reptilian traits. His parents grew to loathe their child's hideous appearance and brutal behavior. While still an adolescent, his father abandoned him in the wilderness. Croc survived, becoming a career criminal. Batman and the new Robin defeat him after a desperate battle.

In these original, pre-crisis appearances, he resembled a powerfully-built man covered entirely in green scales, but was still basically human in his facial proportions and build. Over the years, writers have discarded the original conception of Croc as a crime lord; for instance, Killer Croc was originally depicted as gunning down Jason Todd's parents (this was later retcon to make Two-Face their murderer). His appearance and personality have become increasingly bestial, explained in the comics that his disease has slowly robbed him of all identifiable human traits. In his most recent appearances, he has an elongated snout and tail.

In Batman #489, Killer Croc attacks a shopping mall. After delivering several blows to Croc, Batman (this was Jean-Paul Valley's first appearance as Batman) is distracted by a glimpse of Bane; Croc then grabs Batman and tries to break his back. He fails, and Bane pits himself against Croc, breaking his arms. He is then put back into Arkham Asylum.

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Regular play Record:

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Loss Sabretooth 26 to 55
Loss Savage Dragon 56 to 89
Loss The Lizard 46 to 63
Win Hunters 73 to 28
Win Man-Bat 54 to 24
Win Guyver Unit 1(Shō Fukamachi) 51 to 49
Loss Steve Irwin the Crocodile Hunter 53 to 69
Win Velociraptors 58 to 32
Loss The Lizard 25 to 55
Win Bigfoot 76 to 41
Loss Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Mirage) 34 to 64
Loss Kraven the Hunter 45 to 56
Win Spyke 69 to 40
Loss Sasquatch (Walter Langkowski) 33 to 55
Win Gustave 51 to 42
Loss Luke Cage 29 to 54
Loss Steve Irwin the Crocodile Hunter 36 to 51
Win The Lizard 18 to 11
Loss Savage Dragon 14 to 20
Win Savage Dragon 16 to 15
Win The Lizard 14 to 12
Loss The Thing 7 to 14
Loss Snake-Eyes 13 to 17
Loss Videl 13 to 18
Win Deadshot 17 to 14
Loss Batman (Terry McGinnis) 5 to 23
Loss Wolf Predator 9 to 12
Win Taven 11 to 5
Loss Pitt 10 to 12
Loss Jungle Hunter (Predator) 5 to 12
Loss Bane 10 to 15
Win Goliath (Gargoyles) 9 to 8
Win Kraven the Hunter 13 to 11
Loss Mr. Freeze 11 to 16
Loss Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Mirage) 5 to 24
Loss Cad Bane 6 to 16
Loss Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 5 to 15
Win Coyote (Gargoyles) 8 to 3
Loss Predator X 8 to 13
Win Kingpin 21 to 7
Win Vincent (Beauty And The Beast) 20 to 3
Loss Shocker 9 to 10
Win Agent 47 12 to 6
Loss King Shark 1 to 3