Bane is a major antagonist in the DC universe, first appearing in Batman: Vengeance of Bane #1 comic strip. A brilliant tactician and excel fighter, Bane serves either as a malevolent or anti-heroic force, depending on the incarnation he is primarly featured. He is arguably one of the most dark and famous villains, not accounting the DC company, but in fiction in general. He is also a secondary player in the Non-Disney vs. DC Villains War.
Non-Disney Villains Vs DC Villains War
Vs Tzekel Kan
Bane enters the war, when he is encountered by Tzekel Kan, after tresspasing his territory. When Kan uses his illusions, as a means to intimidate him, Bane grows larger side, to even the odds. He then knocks out the shaman. However, Kan uses his powers to to hypnotize an alligator, near a swam, that devour him whole. Surprisininly enough, Bane survives, breaking the alligator's neck in the process. He then proceeds to butcher Kan, killing him.
The Legion of Doom
He is later brought into the depths of a jungle, along with some fellow villains, for a fated meeting. In the later events, he is summoned into an estate, hosted by Vandal Savage, along with his fellow associates, on purpose to form the Legion of Doom, and discuss the team's next motives.
DC Vs Marvel Villains War
Movies Villains War
In his building in New York City, the Kingpin was paid a visit by Le Chiffre, who informed him that his new ally, Lex Luthor, was an opponent of Le Chiffre's organization. Despite Le Chiffre's warnings to break ties with Luthor lest he be forced to eliminate him, the Kingpin refused. Realizing that he must make Kingpin disappear, Le Chiffre called in his top bodyguard, Bane, to break him. Fortunately, Kingpin was a lot stronger than he appeared to be, and met Bane head on. The two brawled, and although Kingpin was initially able to throw Bane around the room, Bane eventually managed to break Kingpin's legs, ending the fight. Le Chiffre taunted the defeated crime lord, but Kingpin remained defiant. Tiring of both of them, Le Chiffre left before blowing up the entire building, seemingly killing both Kingpin and Bane in the explosion.
The sole survivor of the explosion of the Kingpin building, Bane, was horribly disfigured by the blast. Luckily he was found by a man who called himself Doctor Satan, who specialized in surgery...
Teaming with some hobos
n an underground lair, some hobos (Boddicker, Tyrel, Cato and Zero) are called by a man who have recovered from his injuries, a man who's ready to bring reckoning to the world, and this man is Bane.
Vs Buffalo Bill
While he is alone, Buffalo Bill partakes in one of his guilty pleasures. But he is then interrupted when someone rings at the door. James goes to open the door and sees that the 'guests' are Bane and Bird. He tries to close the door on them, but Bird tells him that they are here to give him a new mission from the Jigsaw killer. So he lets them in. However, it was a lie. Bane tells Buffalo Bill that he is really here to take revenge; an old revenge on three important people who turned him into what he is today.
Teaming with Durden
Tyler Durden pays a visit to Bane. He tells him what happened to his nephew and demonstrates what he is good at. Bane soon learns Durden’s abilities could be very useful.