Bane is also a villain and one of most dangerous enemies of Batman uses a drug called "venom" to increase his strength through tubes connected to his body.
Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay (comic)
He appears after he kidnapped the child of a wealthy married couple where he demands a ransom that he’ll use for venom. He’s defeated by Batman and is sent to Arkham.
Justice League Dark: Apokolips War
Two years after the Justice League's failed invasion of Apokolips and deaths of the Teen Titans, Bane is seen on Stryker's Island in Metropolis, now a member of the Suicide Squad which is led by Harley Quinn after the death of Amanda Waller. Bane, along with the rest of his team, join the remaining Justice League's efforts in destroying Apokolips, accompanying them to LexCorp to fight their way to the boom tube.
After fighting through many of LexCorp's soldiers, the Suicide Squad, along with Lex Luthor and Lois Lane, remain by the boom tube as the remaining League members head to Apokolips, in order to prevent the Paradooms from returning to Apokolips. To fight off the Paradooms, genetic hybrids of Parademons and Doomsday, Bane is given new gauntlets infused with Kryptonite, as the Parademons are vulnerable to Kryptonite due to possessing Superman's DNA. The massive horde of Paradooms arrive and the Suicide Squad fight them off. Despite their valiant efforts, Bane is eventually outnumbered by the Paradooms and is eaten alive.
Powers and Abilities
- Venom Enhancement
- Superhuman Strength
- Superhuman Durability
- Expert Combatant
- Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay
- "Chapter Two"
- "Chapter Three"
- "Chapter Four"
- "Chapter Five"
- "Chapter Six"
- "Chapter Seven"
- "Chapter Eight"
- "Chapter Nine"
- "Chapter Ten"
- "Chapter Eleven"
- In Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Batman used a powerful nerve toxin on himself to avoid getting possessed, Robin said the toxin was intended for Bane.
- In the Suicide Squad sequel comic, Bane gets his back broken in the same way he did to Batman in the Knightfall comic when fighting Grundy.