The Dark Knight Rises introduces Talia Al Ghul as Miranda Tate

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In The Dark Knight,  Two-Face, who had a terrible history, was one of the darkest villains in Nolan’s Batman trilogy

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Jonathan Crane, also known as The Scarecrow established the tone for Nolan’s grittier and more exciting Batman trilogy as the first villain.

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Henri Ducard (Liam Neeson) a.k.a. Ra’s Al Ghul is first introduced to Bruce as a mentor in Batman Begins,

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Bane, played by Tom Hardy in The Dark Knight Rises, is the only enemy in the whole trilogy who was able to physically defeat Batman and destroy more of Gotham.

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Heath Ledger’s Joker was not just the finest villain of Nolan’s Batman trilogy, but also the best superhero movie villain for years to come in The Dark Knight.

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