16 Facts About Bronze Tiger


Bronze Tiger is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.

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Bronze Tiger is most notably depcited as a freelance vigilante, a member of the League of Assassins, and a operative of the Suicide Squad, characterized either a villain or antihero due to brainwashing and manipulation from the League of Assasins.

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Bronze Tiger has been adapted several times, notably appearing as a reoccuring The CW Arrowverse show Arrow, portrayed by actor Michael Jai White.

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Bronze Tiger first appeared in Dragon's Fists, a novel by Dennis O'Neil and Jim Berry which starred Richard Dragon.

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Suicide Squad was mostly populated by villains, but the Bronze Tiger is one of the Squad's 'good' members, meant to balance out the cast of characters.

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Bronze Tiger flees, traveling back to the East, where he spends some time as a janissary.

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Bronze Tiger has to stop a group of villains and avenge his master.

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Bronze Tiger then enlists their aid in tracking down a supposedly rogue Suicide Squad team, a team which in reality was being run by Flag and Turner at Waller's behest.

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Bronze Tiger is a master martial artist with lightning-fast reflexes, having studied and trained with numerous martial arts masters in the DC Universe including Kirigi, O-Sensei, and Sensei.

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Bronze Tiger is considered an effective field leader on the Suicide Squad who draws resources around him and uses them to his best advantage.

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Bronze Tiger is considered to be an expert spy, once being a member of the Syndicate and serves as a capable informant in the mercenary community.

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Bronze Tiger appeared in Year Five of the comic based on the video game of the same name.

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Bronze Tiger is seen with Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Black Mask, Scarecrow, Man-Bat, and Mad Hatter who gang up on Damian Wayne and uses his skills to knock him out.

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Deadman then possesses Bronze Tiger to knock out the rest of the criminals as well as himself.

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Once he gets the information, Deathstroke leaves aboard an advanced fighter jet and fires a missile at Bronze Tiger's base, destroying it and seemingly killing him and his men.

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Bronze Tiger received a figure in wave 18 of DC Universe Classics line in 2011.

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