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Batroc

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Biographical information
Real name

Georges Batroc

Alternative name(s)

Batroc the Leaper
Batroc the French Fry
Batchy
Batty

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Personal information
Production details
First appearance

Doomed (Photo)
Why I Hate the Gym (Full appearance)

Last appearance

Iron Vulture

Voiced by

Rob Paulsen

GALLERY
Batroc the Leaper (real name Georges Batroc) is a supervillain and an enemy of Spider-Man.

Physical appearanceEdit

Batroc has a black thin mustache and a pointy beard on his chin. he wears a special purple and yellow suit, mechanical leaping legs[1]

PersonalityEdit

Batroc has a tendency to underestimate his opponents, and has a obsession to leap even saying the word "leap", while he leaps. He also speaks a French accent.[1]

HistoryEdit

Batroc, the Leaper was one of the villains Spider-Man faced in his first year of superhero career. He is so off the radar than even S.H.I.E.L.D. doesn't have a real file on him and all that is known about him is that "he is French and he leaps".

Season 1Edit

Doomed!Edit

Batroc the Leaper makes a cameo on a card when Spider-Man reminds his team (consisting himself, White Tiger, Iron Fist, Power Man and Nova) that he has been catching villains for a year. Batroc is also seen on S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Most Wanted list.

Why I Hate GymEdit

Batroc chased by Spider-Man

Batroc chased by Spider-Man.

Batroc is being chased by Spider-Man who is on his Spider-Cycle. Spider-Man uses a web to catch Batroc's leg while commenting that his suckatude knows no bounds but Batroc keeps leaping until he makes Spider-Man crash into a billboard. Batroc jokes about the "bug" going splat but Spider-Man jumps on him and kicks him away. White Tiger then appears to get Spider-Man back to S.H.I.E.L.D. HQ for training but Spider-Man believes that B-listers like Batroc are good training and that she shouldn't be official. This proves him wrong when Batroc kicks him away while joking about a boot in the face. White Tiger tries to catch him but he avoids her. He jumps and head butts Spider-Man into a jumbo screen. White Tiger decides to prove her point on training by having Batroc chase her before she uses her electric claws to destroy a water tower causing Batroc to leap into a Spider-Man's web and crash into the same jumbo screen. Batroc is taken to prison.

Back In BlackEdit

In Spider-Man's daydream, in which Mary Jane went to the movies with him only for various super-villains like Batroc to surround them in the theater. She then questioned his reasoning for telling everyone his secret identity.

VenomousEdit

After Batroc commits another crime of stealing jewelry, he heads into an alleyway but unknown to him, he is stalked by a shadowy figure. After kissing the bag of loot, he is too late to see the shadowy figure punch him. He doesn't see it disappear behind him until he again is too late to see it kick him. He leaps at it but it isn't there. It kicks him again until he finally sees it and mistakes it for Spider-Man. He tries hitting it with the bag but it dodges and jumps behind him before kicking him. He leaps at it but it easily punches him to the ground. They fight with the black figure punching at him but Batroc dodges before finally punching it. Unfortunately, the figure punches him harder into a wall and dropping the loot. Batroc decides to surrender while admitting his defeat and handing the loot over. However, Batroc suddenly becomes nervous and tells "Spider-Man" to hand him over to the proper authorities. However, the figure reveals himself to be Venom (Harry Osborn having bonded with the Venom symbiote) who tells him that he won't this time before brutally beating him. At the Parker House, when Peter Parker comes down stairs and he and Aunt May hear on the news about Batroc's beating, as J. Jonah Jameson bad mouths the wall-crawler.

Season 2Edit

ElectroEdit

A while later, during the blackout created by Electro, Batroc used this as an opportunity to steal from people trapped on the Brooklyn Bridge. The team who are trying to stop Electro are surprised by his arrival. He kicks White Tiger down and jumps on Nova. This annoys the team about not having time for him. Batroc steal things like a suitcase, handbags, phones and even a baby's dummy. He is then sees the team and Spider-Man tries to shoot web at him but then remembers that Electro has taken all the power from his Web-Shooters. This gives Batroc the advantage to kick him. Nova flies at him but Batroc ducks before Iron Fist attacks him by trying to punch him but he keeps dodging. He kicks Iron Fist down and tries to crush him on a car but misses. Nova flies at him again but Batroc leaps onto another car to make Nova crash into Iron Fist. White Tiger leaps at him but he leaps on her before Power Man attacks him but Batroc kicks him away. This annoys Spider-Man about their lack of communication with Nova reminding him of hyper-charged Electro and Spider-Man reminds him that he didn't help him. The people of New York continue to throw food at the team and this gives Batroc the advantage to escape while stealing a pearl necklace in the process. After robbing a jewelry store, Batroc believes that he commited "The Crime of the Century" before he sees that Electro has hacked into the new Daily Bugle sattelites, he tells everyone to kneel before his true power which annoys Batroc. Spider-Man then grabs Batroc's attention by speaking French before asking if he pronounced "excuse me" right because he takes Spanish in class. He fires web at him but misses and before Batroc can get away, he is trapped by White Tiger and Power Man. This gives Nova the advantage to throw Iron Fist to have him punch Batroc, knocking him out. After defeating Electro, the villains are taken to prison.

The RhinoEdit

Batroc makes a cameo in Spider-Man's imagination of being a suspect of Spider-Man's investigation of the Rhino.

CarnageEdit

During a fight against Spider-Man, Batroc was flung into a Daily Bugle jumbo screen, and knocked unconscious.

The Incredible Spider-HulkEdit

BATROC

French And He Leaps

Spider-Man fights Batroc across the city while J. Jonah Jameson rants about Spider-Man. Spider-Man asks Jameson to shut up and Batroc mistakes that question being pointed at him. Spider-Man slings him over while revealing that he wan't talking to him but Jameson. However, Batroc disappears onto another building and tells Spider-Man that French fries were made in Belgium. Spider-Man chases him again before the fight until Spider-Man uses a trash can to knock him out. The New Yorkers even attack Spider-Man due to their believing of Jameson's claims about him being a menace. This gives Batroc teh advantage to knock Spider-Man down while idiotacally taunting that he robbed the bank while he is the one everybody hates. Spider-Man webs up his mouth and knocks him into a building while telling him that he is the big doofus. Deciding that enough is enough, he webs Batroc up and leaves him for the police.

Stan By MeEdit

Batroc makes a cameo in Spider-Man's imagination when Spider-Man explains what happens on Fridays with Spider-Man describing the lunch lady as the "Two Eager To Hold Batrocs".

Sandman ReturnsEdit

After learning that S.H.I.E.L.D. is trying to redeem and train Sandman, Spider-Man imagines Batroc with other villains in group therapy with Doctor Doom blasting Batroc after he offers him a tissue and saying that he has trust issues. Sandman is then fitted with a containment suit which helps him keep his thoughts and stable. While working with Spider-Man, Sandman offers him to watch a baseball game until their moment is interrupted with Batroc who is stealing. Before Sandman can attack, Spider-Man tells him to stay calm and that anyone can take down Batroc. Unfortunately, Sandman just goes to take on Batroc. He calls out to him and he attacks him but Batroc dodges and makes fun of him which causes Sandman to starts losing his temper. Spider-Man tries to get him to stop before Sandman angrily asks him why and Spider-Man reveals that Director Fury doesn't give third chances. Sandman is angry about how things are working out and Spider-Man assures him that he just wants to see him win and to choose a better way. Batroc throws a trash can on him and continues teasing him which causes Sandman to lose his temper even more. While Sandman gets angry at Jameson, Spider-Man easily catches Batroc by shooting webs at him onto wall for the police take him to prison.

Season 3: Web-WarriorsEdit

The Avenging Spider-Man: Part 1Edit

After becoming an Avenger, Spider-Man goes after Batroc. He shoots a little device onto Batroc's back. Batroc laughs this off until it shocks him. The team arrive and while being distracted Batroc tries to escape but is defeated by White Tiger who kicks him down. The team then take him to prison.

New WarriorsEdit

Batroc makes a cameo as an L.M.D. when Spider-Man and his team are teaching the New Warriors (consisting of Agent Venom, Iron Spider, Ka-Zar and Zabu) about what they want the L.M.D.s to be to train.

S.H.I.E.L.D. AcademyEdit

After Spider-Man, his classic team and the New Warriors (Cloak, Dagger and Squirrel Girl having joined them.) enter S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Academy at the Triskelion, Whizzer decides that they will study "Super Villain Analysis" with Batroc the Leaper. Spider-Man complains about having to learn about him when he has fought him many times until Whizzer decides to show footage of his battles to see how they turned out. After showing Batroc beating Spider-Man up, he points out that it's a combatant underestimating his opponent.

Burrito RunEdit

Spider-Man, Power Man and Squirrel Girl sneak out to get burritos after a whole day of training with Hawkeye, they defeat Shocker along the way (who doesn't remember what he was doing). They are alerted again that there is a robbery at the phone shop. They find Batroc stealing phones and aswering them in the process. Spider-Man jokes to Batroc that the next Stark Phone isn't out for months and tackles him before Batroc kicks him off. He keeps leaping over Power Man and Squirrel Girl before hitting them away. Spider-Man fights him while he jokes to Batroc about wanting to call his mother more often, that the international charges are terrible so that he turned to alife of crime. After knocking Spider-Man away, he fights Squirrel Girl but easily knocks her away before Power Man grabs him but Batroc pushes into phone package and kicking him. Squirrel Girl suggests calling for help but Spider-Man refuses. After he keeps leaping, Spider-Man gains Batroc's attention by calling him "Batty" and webs his eyes while teling to "Look Before You Leap". This causes Batroc to trip and after ripping the web off his eyes, Power Man defeats him by puching him into phone packages which shocks him. Suddenly, Batroc becomes confused by this and Spider-Man tries to remind him about what happened. Batroc reveals that he would never steal phones in which Power Man agrees because phones are kind of cheap for his usual tastes. However, the teens leave him for the police before being alerted to another phone crime. It is revealed that Mesmero had taken over people and villains' minds to take over the world.

Contest of Champions: Part 1Edit

Batroc makes a cameo, being a pawn of The Collector and Grandmaster’s game of the Contest of Champions.

Contest of Champions: Part 2Edit

Batroc still makes a cameo, being a pawn of The Collector and Grandmaster’s game of the Contest of Champions.

Contest of Champions: Part 3Edit

Batroc still makes a cameo, being a pawn of The Collector and Grandmaster’s game of the Contest of Champions.

Contest of Champions: Part 4Edit

Batroc makes a cameo in a flashback, being a pawn of The Collector and Grandmaster’s game of the Contest of Champions.

Season 4: Ultimate Spider-Man vs The Sinister 6Edit

Hydra Attacks: Part 2Edit

After Doctor Octopus (whose appearance was changed by nanobots into configuring him in a HYDRA life-support armor and making him look like a ninety-year-old man), Arnim Zola and HYDRA take over the S.H.I.E.L.D. Tricarrier and turn it into HYDRA Island, Doctor Octopus releases the prisoners including Kraven the Hunter, Boomerang and Batroc. Doctor Octopus informs them that this is not a trick but a challenge. He informs them that he is reforming the Sinister Six backed by the resources of HYDRA, there will be no stopping them. He tells them that their mission is simple: they should find Spider-Man and the one who brings him captured will be the first to join the Sinister Six with Kraven accepting the challenge. However, Spider-Man and his newest team, the Web-Warriors (consisting of Agent Venom, Iron Spider and Scarlet Spider) defeat Doctor Octopus and HYDRA and send Zola and HYDRA Island to Jupiter. Doctor Octopus then continues his plans to recreate the Sinister Six.

Iron VultureEdit

While, the Web-Warriors with their newest member, the Ultimate Spider-Man (Miles Morales) (Who is trapped in their dimenison after a battle with the Ultimate Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus and Baron Karl Mordo.) are swinging across the city, they find that Batroc tripped the alarm at the docks. The Ultimate Spider-Man appears to him which confuses Batroc who demands to know who he is. The Ultimate Spider-Man jokes about the name "Captain Tangled Web" striking fear into his heart. After joking around, he asks Batroc where he stands and Batroc angirly reveals that he does not stand but leap. Before the Ultimate Spider-Man can comment on anything, Batroc attacks him by kicking at him towards the craters but keeps missing. The Ultimate Spider-Man claims that he is a joke which makes Batroc push a button on his arm which changes his costume and appearance into an armored costume thus revealing that Doctor Octopus has upgraded him and that he is one of the recruits for the new Sinister Six. He kicks at the crate but the Ultimate Spider-Man moves. They continue fighting until the Ultimate Spider-Man slide kicks him down and before he can shock him, Spider-Man uses his webs to prevent him (due to him being overprotective of the Ultimate Spider-Man). Spider-Man claims it to be too dangerous and decides to take on Batroc. Batroc fights Spider-Man until he kicks him while remarking that he shall "take it". While walking to the Ultiamte Spider-Man, he asks if he wants a name and decides "Squished". While not looking and laughing, he discovers that the Ultimate Spider-Man has disappeared and turned invisible. The Ultimate Spider-Man uses one of Batroc's mechanical legs to throw him down while revealing his invisibilaty power and his stingers. He then proceeds to shock Batroc into unconsciousness. Batroc is then taken by Agent Venom and Scarlet Spider to prison, thus making Doctor Octopus lose a valuable recruit for the Sinister Six.

The Symbiote Saga: Part 2Edit

Batroc is only mentioned when Spider-Man and Captain America battle Hulk who bonded with the revived Carnage symbiote in which Spider-Man wishes that Batroc should've bonded with the symbiote instead of Hulk.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

  • Peak-Human Condition: His physical abilities, particularly his agility, reflexes, coordination, balance and equilibrium, are far beyond that of normal humans. It is his Mechanical Leaping Legs and uniform that allow him to perform truly superhuman feats of mobility. It also enhances his fighting capabilities, allowing him to not only use his opponent's momentum against them, but also have enhanced strength in his blows, especially his kicks. This makes him able to fight superhumans, such as Spider-Man, on nearly equal grounds. Also, he is durable enough to survive blows from superhuman's and seemingly fatal impacts without injury. [1]

EquipmentEdit

AppearancesEdit

Episode
 Season  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 891011121314151617181920212223242526 Total
Season 1 c c 4
Season 2 c c c 6
Season 3 c c c c c f 8
Season 4 m 2
Overall 20

c - cameo
f - flashback
m - mentioned

Background in other mediaEdit

  • This is Batroc the Leaper's fourth animated appearance. Previous versions includes The Marvel Super Heroes, The Super Hero Squad Show and Black Panther: The Animated Series.

TriviaEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 "Why I Hate the Gym". Man of Action, Joe Fallon (writers) & Jeff Allen, Gary Hartle (directors). Ultimate Spider-Man. April 29, 2012. No. 6.
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