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Batman: Which Penguin Are You, Based On Your Zodiac Sign?

As The Batman takes place about two years into Bruce Wayne’s role as the masked vigilante, viewers do not see the Penguin as the well-established crime lord they are familiar with. Instead, Oswald ‘Oz’ Cobblepot is mob boss Carmine Falcone’s right-hand man and has bigger ambitions on his mind.

This position of wanting to take over Falcone’s role gives Farrell’s Brooklyn mobster Penguin a competitive fiery streak who isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty, traits associated with the Aries sign. What’s more, people born under Aries can be upfront and honest (sometimes to the point of being rude), something that Oz frequently displays when Batman turns up to confront him.

Taurus – Arkham Games (Nolan North)

In the world of the gritty Batman: Arkham games, the Penguin is a brutal and ruthless crime lord voiced with a Cockney accent by Nolan North. Thuggish and cruel rather than gentlemanly and dapper, this version of Oswald Cobblepot is not to be messed with.

People born under the Taurus sign are known to be patient and down-to-earth yet stubborn, all traits that Arkham‘s Penguin displays as one of Batman’s more mentally sound villains who gradually worked his way up to be at the top of the criminal ladder. What’s more, Taureans love the finer things in life, and if there’s one thing this Penguin is obsessed with, it’s riches and power.

Gemini – Batman: The Animated Series (Paul Williams)

Interestingly, the Penguin does not have much screen time in the critically acclaimed Batman: The Animated Series. Yet the appearances he does make were memorable, especially in the tragic ‘Birds of a Feather’ and ‘Almost Got ‘Im,’ which are considered some the best episodes of the series.

Geminis are known for being sociable and witty, and BTAS‘s Penguin is certainly this, whether it’s socializing with his fellow villains or seeing himself as an ‘upstanding bird’ who desires to have a place in respected society. His wit lies both in his ingenious and creative schemes, and also his words, as seen in some of the Penguin’s best quotes in BTAS.

Cancer – No Man’s Land

The Penguin has his fair share of comic book appearances, and one of his most notable is in the series No Man’s Land. In a forsaken Gotham no longer a part of the USA, the Penguin thrives in the black market and becomes one of the most powerful figures in Gotham.

As a result, many of Gotham’s residents rely on the Penguin for even the most basic essentials. In a twisted way, this links this version of the Penguin to the Cancerian quality of nurturing. Furthermore, those born under the Cancer sign are supposedly giving and generous; Penguin wants to be approachable in order to make his empire more successful.

Leo – Harley Quinn (Wayne Knight)

The Harley Quinn animated series bought a hilarious new light to a number of Batman’s foes, and this included the Penguin, voiced by Wayne Knight. Unfortunately, Penguin only appeared in two episodes, as he met a gruesome end at the hands of a vengeful Harley.

Yet the times that viewers got to see him on screen, Harley Quinn‘s Penguin proved himself to be a hospitable yet self-assured individual, whether it was playing host for his nephew’s bar mitzvah or rocking up to the Iceberg Lounge with a celebrity-style entrance. This greatly reflects the Leo sign. What’s more, Leos are authoritative, and Penguin not only demonstrates this as a crime lord but also in rallying up his fellow villains to form the short-lived Injustice League.

Virgo – The New Batman Adventures (Paul Williams)

In The New Batman Adventures, the Penguin got a makeover to appear more like the classic villain of the comics. He is now the snobbish owner of the Iceberg Lounge who still conducts nefarious schemes on the side. It is also this version that appears in The Mystery of the Batwoman, only played by David Ogden Stiers instead of Paul Williams.

Like those born under Virgo, the Penguin is smart and sophisticated, and he especially shows this in The New Batman Adventures. Virgos are also practical by nature and this version of the Penguin, as a legitimate businessman, wishes to keep a lower profileHe scolds Roxy Rocket for her impractical recklessness, going as far as to even kill her, claiming that he “can’t afford such flights of fancy.”

Libra – Gotham Underground Comics

The Penguin was one of the major players in the Gotham: Underground comic series. In this nine-part series, he faces a new adversary in Tobias Whale as the latter plans to take over Gotham’s criminal underworld, obliterating anyone who gets in his way.

A somewhat legitimate businessman who is well-liked by his staff and a number of Gotham’s criminals, this version of the Penguin seems apt to represent Libra. Although a criminal at the end of the day, Underground‘s Penguin works with both vigilantes and villains to overcome Whale and secure his place as a well-respected crime lord. In fact, he chooses to face death rather than run away at Whale’s orders.

Scorpio – Joker’s Asylum

Another famous Penguin-focused comic story is in the Joker’s Asylum series. In the issue called ‘He Who Laughs Last’, the Penguin rescues a young woman called Violet from human trafficking and falls in love with her. But his bloodthirsty methods of revenge on others ultimately drive her away.

This version of Penguin, while tragic, has a rather dark and twisted method of exacting vengeance on those he believed have mocked or wronged him. The driven and meticulous approach is psychological and focused, traits linked to the Scorpio sign. Yet Scorpios are also passionate and can be truly devoted, which the Penguin demonstrates in his affection for Violet.

Sagittarius – The Batman 2004 Animated Series (Tom Kenny)

The 2004 animated Batman series sported some of the most unique character redesigns to date, and this included the Penguin. Voiced by Tom Kenny, this version of the villain is younger than most, but is rude, brash, and seems to hate Bruce Wayne more than Batman due to a historic family rivalry between the Waynes and the Cobblepots.

This Penguin’s more extroverted, outspoken, and humorous personality reflects the characteristics of a Sagittarius. Additionally, Sagittarians are known to be adventurous, and Kenny’s Penguin was a notable traveler. On his adventures, he learned a number of his martial arts skills and hired his two assistants, the Kabuki twins.

Capricorn – Gotham (Robin Lord Taylor)

Considerably the best actor to play the Penguin was Robin Lord Taylor, who depicted a young Oswald Cobblepot in the critically acclaimed series Gotham. Here, Oswald is starting his career as a seemingly sniveling underhand, but he has much bigger aspirations.

In Gotham, the young Penguin is ambitious, tenacious, and deceptively clever, and would do anything to gain power and authority. This alone is very reminiscent of a Capricorn. Furthermore, true to a Capricorn, young Oswald is patient and thoughtful, making calculated moves instead of taking brash risks, rising him to the ranks of the notorious crime lord viewers know so well.

Aquarius – 1960s Batman (Burgess Meredith)

Burgess Meredith in the 1960s Batman TV series is the first on-screen portrayal of the Penguin, and remains one of the most famous and popular to this day. He was the most recurring villain in the show, and still entertains viewers with his charisma and signature ‘waugh waugh’ laugh.

Aquarians are charming, eccentric, and one-of-a-kind individuals and this perfectly reflects Meredith’s Penguin. What’s more, people born under the Aquarius sign are meant to be humanitarians, and Meredith’s Penguin is one to an extent. He frequently claims to have gone straight and charms the public, including an infamous bid to run for Mayor to make Gotham a better place. (Of course, he didn’t intend to do such a thing.)

Pisces – Batman Returns (Danny DeVito)

One of the most famous and certainly one of the most unique versions of the Penguin is the bestial Burtonesque creation portrayed by Danny DeVito from Batman Returns. Abandoned as a baby, the Penguin resides in Gotham’s sewers with a malevolent plan of revenge in place for the city.

As an ultimately tragic villain hurt and driven by his abandonment, DeVito’s Penguin can be considered sympathetic and intuitive, qualities associated with the Pisces sign. What’s more, Pisces are supposedly perceptive and can know things without being told. This brings to mind what the Penguin knows about Max Shreck from his sewer trash: “You flush it, I flaunt it.”


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Batman: Which Penguin Are You, Based On Your Zodiac Sign?

As The Batman takes place about two years into Bruce Wayne’s role as the masked vigilante, viewers do not see the Penguin as the well-established crime lord they are familiar with. Instead, Oswald ‘Oz’ Cobblepot is mob boss Carmine Falcone’s right-hand man and has bigger ambitions on his mind.
This position of wanting to take over Falcone’s role gives Farrell’s Brooklyn mobster Penguin a competitive fiery streak who isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty, traits associated with the Aries sign. What’s more, people born under Aries can be upfront and honest (sometimes to the point of being rude), something that Oz frequently displays when Batman turns up to confront him.

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Taurus – Arkham Games (Nolan North)

In the world of the gritty Batman: Arkham games, the Penguin is a brutal and ruthless crime lord voiced with a Cockney accent by Nolan North. Thuggish and cruel rather than gentlemanly and dapper, this version of Oswald Cobblepot is not to be messed with.
People born under the Taurus sign are known to be patient and down-to-earth yet stubborn, all traits that Arkham‘s Penguin displays as one of Batman’s more mentally sound villains who gradually worked his way up to be at the top of the criminal ladder. What’s more, Taureans love the finer things in life, and if there’s one thing this Penguin is obsessed with, it’s riches and power.

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Gemini – Batman: The Animated Series (Paul Williams)

Interestingly, the Penguin does not have much screen time in the critically acclaimed Batman: The Animated Series. Yet the appearances he does make were memorable, especially in the tragic ‘Birds of a Feather’ and ‘Almost Got ‘Im,’ which are considered some the best episodes of the series.
Geminis are known for being sociable and witty, and BTAS‘s Penguin is certainly this, whether it’s socializing with his fellow villains or seeing himself as an ‘upstanding bird’ who desires to have a place in respected society. His wit lies both in his ingenious and creative schemes, and also his words, as seen in some of the Penguin’s best quotes in BTAS.

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Cancer – No Man’s Land

The Penguin has his fair share of comic book appearances, and one of his most notable is in the series No Man’s Land. In a forsaken Gotham no longer a part of the USA, the Penguin thrives in the black market and becomes one of the most powerful figures in Gotham.
As a result, many of Gotham’s residents rely on the Penguin for even the most basic essentials. In a twisted way, this links this version of the Penguin to the Cancerian quality of nurturing. Furthermore, those born under the Cancer sign are supposedly giving and generous; Penguin wants to be approachable in order to make his empire more successful.

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Leo – Harley Quinn (Wayne Knight)

The Harley Quinn animated series bought a hilarious new light to a number of Batman’s foes, and this included the Penguin, voiced by Wayne Knight. Unfortunately, Penguin only appeared in two episodes, as he met a gruesome end at the hands of a vengeful Harley.
Yet the times that viewers got to see him on screen, Harley Quinn‘s Penguin proved himself to be a hospitable yet self-assured individual, whether it was playing host for his nephew’s bar mitzvah or rocking up to the Iceberg Lounge with a celebrity-style entrance. This greatly reflects the Leo sign. What’s more, Leos are authoritative, and Penguin not only demonstrates this as a crime lord but also in rallying up his fellow villains to form the short-lived Injustice League.
Virgo – The New Batman Adventures (Paul Williams)

In The New Batman Adventures, the Penguin got a makeover to appear more like the classic villain of the comics. He is now the snobbish owner of the Iceberg Lounge who still conducts nefarious schemes on the side. It is also this version that appears in The Mystery of the Batwoman, only played by David Ogden Stiers instead of Paul Williams.

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Like those born under Virgo, the Penguin is smart and sophisticated, and he especially shows this in The New Batman Adventures. Virgos are also practical by nature and this version of the Penguin, as a legitimate businessman, wishes to keep a lower profile. He scolds Roxy Rocket for her impractical recklessness, going as far as to even kill her, claiming that he “can’t afford such flights of fancy.”
Libra – Gotham Underground Comics

The Penguin was one of the major players in the Gotham: Underground comic series. In this nine-part series, he faces a new adversary in Tobias Whale as the latter plans to take over Gotham’s criminal underworld, obliterating anyone who gets in his way.
A somewhat legitimate businessman who is well-liked by his staff and a number of Gotham’s criminals, this version of the Penguin seems apt to represent Libra. Although a criminal at the end of the day, Underground‘s Penguin works with both vigilantes and villains to overcome Whale and secure his place as a well-respected crime lord. In fact, he chooses to face death rather than run away at Whale’s orders.

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Scorpio – Joker’s Asylum

Another famous Penguin-focused comic story is in the Joker’s Asylum series. In the issue called ‘He Who Laughs Last’, the Penguin rescues a young woman called Violet from human trafficking and falls in love with her. But his bloodthirsty methods of revenge on others ultimately drive her away.
This version of Penguin, while tragic, has a rather dark and twisted method of exacting vengeance on those he believed have mocked or wronged him. The driven and meticulous approach is psychological and focused, traits linked to the Scorpio sign. Yet Scorpios are also passionate and can be truly devoted, which the Penguin demonstrates in his affection for Violet.
Sagittarius – The Batman 2004 Animated Series (Tom Kenny)

The 2004 animated Batman series sported some of the most unique character redesigns to date, and this included the Penguin. Voiced by Tom Kenny, this version of the villain is younger than most, but is rude, brash, and seems to hate Bruce Wayne more than Batman due to a historic family rivalry between the Waynes and the Cobblepots.

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This Penguin’s more extroverted, outspoken, and humorous personality reflects the characteristics of a Sagittarius. Additionally, Sagittarians are known to be adventurous, and Kenny’s Penguin was a notable traveler. On his adventures, he learned a number of his martial arts skills and hired his two assistants, the Kabuki twins.
Capricorn – Gotham (Robin Lord Taylor)

Considerably the best actor to play the Penguin was Robin Lord Taylor, who depicted a young Oswald Cobblepot in the critically acclaimed series Gotham. Here, Oswald is starting his career as a seemingly sniveling underhand, but he has much bigger aspirations.
In Gotham, the young Penguin is ambitious, tenacious, and deceptively clever, and would do anything to gain power and authority. This alone is very reminiscent of a Capricorn. Furthermore, true to a Capricorn, young Oswald is patient and thoughtful, making calculated moves instead of taking brash risks, rising him to the ranks of the notorious crime lord viewers know so well.
Aquarius – 1960s Batman (Burgess Meredith)

Burgess Meredith in the 1960s Batman TV series is the first on-screen portrayal of the Penguin, and remains one of the most famous and popular to this day. He was the most recurring villain in the show, and still entertains viewers with his charisma and signature ‘waugh waugh’ laugh.

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Aquarians are charming, eccentric, and one-of-a-kind individuals and this perfectly reflects Meredith’s Penguin. What’s more, people born under the Aquarius sign are meant to be humanitarians, and Meredith’s Penguin is one to an extent. He frequently claims to have gone straight and charms the public, including an infamous bid to run for Mayor to make Gotham a better place. (Of course, he didn’t intend to do such a thing.)
Pisces – Batman Returns (Danny DeVito)

One of the most famous and certainly one of the most unique versions of the Penguin is the bestial Burtonesque creation portrayed by Danny DeVito from Batman Returns. Abandoned as a baby, the Penguin resides in Gotham’s sewers with a malevolent plan of revenge in place for the city.
As an ultimately tragic villain hurt and driven by his abandonment, DeVito’s Penguin can be considered sympathetic and intuitive, qualities associated with the Pisces sign. What’s more, Pisces are supposedly perceptive and can know things without being told. This brings to mind what the Penguin knows about Max Shreck from his sewer trash: “You flush it, I flaunt it.”

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