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  • D.A.V.E.
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  • Created by Professor Hugo Strange, Digitally Advanced Villain Emulator or "D.A.V.E.", was an AI that had the brainwaves of several of Batman's enemies.
  • D.A.V.E. (Digital Advanced Villain Emulator) is a fictional character that appears in the episode Gotham's Ultimate Criminal Mastermind of the The Batman, voiced by Jeff Bennett.
  • D.A.V.E. is a villain in the TV show The Batman. D.A.V.E. was created by Doctor Hugo Strange. D.A.V.E. stands for Digitally Advanced Villain Emulator. He's an Artificial Intelligence that has the brainwaves of several Batman villains, this allowed D.A.V.E. to guess correctly most of Batman's moves, and can imitate other villains', such as the initial acrobatic feats the Joker was capable of accomplishing or Catwoman's agile gymnastic routines, or the Penguin's mastery of martial arts, making him a tough opponent to battle hand-to-hand. Its robotic body is light, resilient and flexible enough to take on Batman on far more than equal terms. D.A.V.E. is as knowledgeable as the Riddler and Hugo Strange, giving it the psychological advantage; it can hack into any computer and control every mach
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  • The Batman
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  • D.A.V.E.
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  • D.A.V.E.
  • The Ultimate Criminal Mastermind
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  • Digitally Advanced Villain Emulator
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  • Created by Professor Hugo Strange, Digitally Advanced Villain Emulator or "D.A.V.E.", was an AI that had the brainwaves of several of Batman's enemies.
  • D.A.V.E. is a villain in the TV show The Batman. D.A.V.E. was created by Doctor Hugo Strange. D.A.V.E. stands for Digitally Advanced Villain Emulator. He's an Artificial Intelligence that has the brainwaves of several Batman villains, this allowed D.A.V.E. to guess correctly most of Batman's moves, and can imitate other villains', such as the initial acrobatic feats the Joker was capable of accomplishing or Catwoman's agile gymnastic routines, or the Penguin's mastery of martial arts, making him a tough opponent to battle hand-to-hand. Its robotic body is light, resilient and flexible enough to take on Batman on far more than equal terms. D.A.V.E. is as knowledgeable as the Riddler and Hugo Strange, giving it the psychological advantage; it can hack into any computer and control every machine it encounters. This frankenstein was allowed to unleash itself upon Gotham by Strange programming it to "escape" from Arkham, and allowed it to lure and study Batman. Though he had set the ultimate trap for Batman in the Batcave- having deduced Batman's identity via an elaborate process of elimination, D.A.V.E. set up a trap which would either expose Batman's identity or kill Alfred-, D.A.V.E. hadn't planned on Batman using reverse logic on D.A.V.E. He was defeated when Batman questions D.A.V.E's own origins as D.A.V.E doesn't have an actual origin, even being unaware that he is a computer program. Although D.A.V.E. knew of the origins of others, he didn't know the origin of himself—or even that he wasn't even human. After Batman told him this, it bought him enough time to crush D.A.V.E. under the giant penny. It turn out that Hugo Strange was the one who let D.A.V.E. to "escape." When batman found out, Strange got arrested.
  • D.A.V.E. (Digital Advanced Villain Emulator) is a fictional character that appears in the episode Gotham's Ultimate Criminal Mastermind of the The Batman, voiced by Jeff Bennett.