I have recently been trying to catch up on as much Batman mythos as I can, however, I have only been able to get my hands on the first three Arkham games, the original Adam West Batman film, the first two Christopher Nolan films, the four Burton/Schumacher films, and the Season 1 box set for Gotham. That being said, I have noticed in the first two Arkham games the following fairy-tale-based villains:
1 Cyrus Gold/Solomon Grundy A zombie-like villain who took the name Solomon Grundy from a 19th century nursery rhyme of the same name.
2 & 3 Dumfrey & Deever Tweed/Tweedledum & Tweedledee Identical cousins who could pass as brothers, they resemble the characters Tweedledum & Tweedledee from Alice in Wonderland so much that they adopt the names, going on a crime spree.
4 Jervis Tetch/The Mad Hatter Obsessed with hats, developed a fixation on Alice in Wonderland and the characters in it, particularly the Mad Hatter and Alice.
5 Humphry Dumpler/Humpty Dumpty Man with an egg-shaped head and a compulsive need to fix things he considers 'broken'.
Intrigued by these five chapters, I was curious if there may have been any more, like maybe the Red Queen or Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland, a character from an old fairy tale, or even a nursery inspired villain, much like Solomon Grundy & Humpty Dumpty.
I would appreciate any input.