In the fourth film, Batman & Robin, The Riddler's uniform can be seen in Arkham Asylum. The Riddler makes a brief cameo in a flashback in the DC Animated Original Movie Batman: Under the Red Hood. He attempts to rob a museum, but he is defeated by Jason Todd after he and Batman take down his henchmen. Although Bruce Timm receives screen credit for voicing him, he has no lines but simply grunts.
Nygma ultimately discovers that his device can increase his own intelligence and, after killing his supervisor, he allies himself with Two-Face and discovers that Wayne is Batman, taking on the mantle of The Riddler. However, before they can kill Batman, his Box is damaged, causing the intelligence he gained to be siphoned back out. Following Two-Face's death, the Riddler is locked up in Arkham, and he yells for hours that he knows who Batman is, saying that he is Batman.
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Edward Nygma is an employee of Wayne Enterprises who invents a device called "The Box" that transmits images directly into the user's mind. Nygma sees it as the next generation of television, but Bruce Wayne rejects the idea, as mental manipulation raises "too many ethical questions".
Jim Carrey as the Riddler, from Batman Forever (1995). Jim Carrey portrayed The Riddler as one of the main antagonists in Batman Forever along with Two-Face. This version of Riddler returns to the more mad trickster-oriented version portrayed in the original comics and in Frank Gorshin's version in the 1960s series.
Frank Gorshin reprised his role as the Riddler in the 1966 film Batman, alongside three other villains from the TV series. As in the series, Gorshin's Riddler is calm and calculating at one moment, then wild and unstable the next. He compulsively sends Batman and Robin clues, which in the film leads to some minor tension with his fellow criminals.
Riddler appears in the Young Justice episode "Terrors" voiced by Dave Franco as an inmate of Belle Reve. In "Misplaced," a spell cast by Klarion the Witch Boy, Wotan, Blackbriar Thorn, Felix Faust and Wizard split the Earth into two dimensions as a diversion to enable Riddler and Sportsmaster to steal an organism from S.T.A.R. Labs. In "Usual Suspect," Riddler joins Cheshire, Mammoth, and Shimmer in ambushing the Team at a crashed airplane.
Batman foils Nygma's attempted murder of Gorman. By the episode "Riddled", Nygma has adopted his Riddler persona.The Riddler is featured in Batman: The Brave and the Bold voiced by John Michael Higgins. He is mentioned but not seen during Batman's call to the Commissioner in "Deep Cover For Batman!". Riddler makes a cameo in the episode "The Knights of Tomorrow" where he is briefly defeated by Batman in a flashback.
The episode "Riddler's Revenge" reveals that Nygma and his partner Julie worked at a university on a device to enhance the human brain. Nygma was approached by a man named Gorman who offered to buy the rights to the invention, but Nygma refused. After the device malfunctioned at a demonstration, Nygma accused Gorman of sabotage.
The Riddler as he appears in The Batman，In 2005, a new interpretation of the Riddler debuted in The Batman episode "Riddled" voiced by Robert Englund. This version exhibits a Gothic appearance, and is served by henchmen called Riddlemen.
A Riddler drone fights Batman in the opening of the Batman Beyond episode "Terry's Friend Dates a Robot". The Riddler's appearance is that of his The New Batman Adventures appearance.