"Too late, Gatman. Kids got some scars, like me and Wesker here. Scars."

-Scarface talking to Batman about Jason Todd

The Ventriloquist and Scarface
Official Ventriloquist and Scarface movie-poster

Real Name(s):

Arnold Wesker


Appears in:


Gotham Knight

Streets of Gotham


Gotham Knight

Streets of Gotham

Gotham Central


Ventriolquist: Michael Emerson

Scarface: Ray Liotta

In the comics, Arnold Wesker is shown as a ventriloquist with multiple personalities. His puppet is a gangster named Scarface. Under the puppet's psychological influence, Wesker is a dangerous and ruthless criminal and crime boss. It has been implied that the Ventriloquist suffers from multiple personality disorder. Wesker was originally a timid orphan whose deep repression erupted into a barroom brawl, resulting in him being sent to Blackgate Prison. There he encountered the ventriloquist dummy Scarface and promptly murdered the man who'd carved the dummy. The two are now inseparable, directing a series of criminal activities. While most believe that Scarface is a tool by Wesker is simply acting out a dark side to his personality, the Ventriloquist sees himself as a reluctant lackey who is forced to do Scarface's bidding. Taken from the page at Batman Wiki

Ventriloquist's HistoryEdit

Gotham KnightEdit

In Gotham Knight, Arnold Wesker is a former ventriloquist with a mental problem, where he thinks that his puppet, Scarface, tell shim to do bad things. More To Be Added...