Bushmaster wins both the fight and the stupidest name competition. Crazy Quilt distracts Cap with flashing lights, and Condiment King sprays ketchup everywhere to make things slippery. D&D Beyond The Condiment King . Kite Man is a Batman villain who uses kite-like hang gliders to commit crimes. Created as a parody of the “_____-Man” style villain that so defined Batman runs of the 1950s and 1960s, Condiment King technically isn’t actually a villain. There was a long run where Bat-villains were apparently created by DC writers looking out their office windows, and picking out random objects. That one is obviously not meant to be taken seriously. This is what I get for trying to meddle with comics GAF. “Condiment King,” he continued. Condiment King didn't win the day because Batman showed up, but he did get to deliver this classic line: "Parting is such sweet and sour sorrow." Mitchell Mayo is an condiment's themed villain from new New Gotham. In General. His primary outfit consists of bronze boots, matching gloves, light green pants, a matching shirt and a brown belt. Kite Man is a major character of the T.V. Charles "Chuck" Brown is a man who armed himself with kite weapons to be used to commit crimes. He flies with a big kite strapped to him. The film does little to explain who they are — the Joker simply tells viewers to Google them. On the page, Condiment King's real name was Mitchell Mayo. It sucks when even small-timers don't respect you, but on the bright side, Kite Man is off to see the Gotham Corn Factory with Ivy as it's the perfect venue in his eyes. Kite Man and Condiment King have a very bitter rivalry going, with Kite Man being bullied for, well, being a joke. He also uses a barrage of kites to overwhelm his enemies. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. But, it wasn't goodbye. Condiment King persisted and continued into the comics. Charles (Chuck) Brown as a kid always had a strange fascination with kites. His biggest rival is Kite Man. Despite Ivy's assurances that they could do the wedding anywhere they wanted, Kite Man refuses to yield. However, the … series, Harley Quinn. “The thing about Kite Man,” King said at San Diego, and then changed the tack of his sentence. ... Kite Man first appeared during Batman’s Silver Age. After a scant few appearances, Kite Man joined the D list roster of Batman’s rogues gallery, languishing in obscurity for years. This page is listing the villains that appear in the movie. 6) Kite-Man. “That was created as a joke. Not even close. Kite Man has a nemesis, but his battles with Condiment King are closer to Jerry and Newman than Batman and The Joker. Kite Man is an average Caucasian man with a mostly green outfit. If Kite Man is “Plan 9 From Outer Space,” Condiment king is “Sharknado,” and any movie buff could tell you the difference.