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In the 1970s, Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams introduced Ra's al Ghul, who arguably became one of Batman's most interesting villains, and one of the few who could match the Dark Knight for intelligence. His early stories make for a cohesive storyline that come to a natural, if not entirely definitive, conclusion.

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Coringa. Mulher-Gato. Bane. Duas-Caras. Geralmente são considerados pelos fãs como os melhores inimigos do Batman. Mas nenhum, nem sequer Bane, conseguiu ser um adversário ao mesmo nível do Cavaleiro das Trevas como foi Ra's al Ghul. As suas histórias dos anos 70 constituem uma trama coesa, com uma conclusão que é algo definitiva.

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Batman's best villain is probably Ra's al Ghul. Although seemingly an amoral megalomaniac, Ra's had a distinct sense of nobility that made him a worthy foe to the Dark Knight Detective, and made for distinctly cerebral stories, as told by Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams in the 1970s.

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Although they weren't published consecutively, Ra's al Ghul's early appearances make a cohesive story, with character growth and a semi-definitive ending, that made an influence in Batman for years to come.

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Created by Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams, Ra's al Ghul changed the way Batman normally engaged in battle. In his early stories, the villain was an honorable but also amoral foe, playing a game on many levels with Bruce Wayne, both taking advantage of and letting himself be beaten thanks to his daughter Talia's infatuation with the Batman.

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Ra's al Ghul was an important in-story element to the more realistic Batman stories of the Bronze Age. The character brought in not only someone that could match Batman on an intellectual level, but also serve as an annoyance on an emotional level, thanks to his daughter Talia.

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Who is the Batman supervillain? Probably Ra's al Ghul, the most important addition to the Batman mythos to come out of the Bronze Age. With Ra's, Batman finally had a villain that was his equal in intellect.

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Ra's al Ghul was the first villain in the Batman mythos that could match Batman on an intelligence level. His early stories make for an interesting cohesive overarching tale.

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Looking over the original Denny O'Neil/Neal Adams/Don Newton tales, Ra's al Ghul's early appearances make for a cohesive story with a semi-definitive ending.

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Remembering Ra's al Ghul's earliest appearances, by Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams, which are still the best confrontations between the arch-villain and the Batman.
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