- “Croc... hungry!”
- ―Killer Croc's soundbite in LEGO Batman 2
Killer Croc, or Waylon Jones, is an enemy of Batman's.
Killer Croc has an exclusive Green head, which shows scaly green skin, red eyes, and sharp teeth. His torso is also exclusive, it is a shirtless male torso with scales and green skin. His arms are also green, but his hands are Black, most-likely because they would be too expensive to produce in green at the time. Croc's legs are Dark Blue to represent the blue jeans he often wears.
In LEGO BatmanIn LEGO Batman: The Videogame, Killer Croc was identical to his appearance in 7780 The Batboat: Hunt for Killer Croc.
In preliminarily screenshots of LEGO Batman: The Videogame, Killer Croc wears lighter blue pants and has no gloves on, though this was changed in the final cut, although in the Attract Video he appears like in the early photos.
In LEGO Batman 2
Killer Croc is one of the few Batman characters who has not been rereleased in Super Heroes (thus far) whose video game design has changed for LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes. Croc's head and torso are the same, but he now has a belt on his hips and his pants are ripped, leaving much of his legs exposed. And his hands are green, rather than black.
Waylon Jones had been shunned by society due to his disfiguring skin disorder. Having gotten a job as an alligator wrestler in a side-show, he decided to make more money in crime and became known as Killer Croc. Though he has low intelligence, Croc has super strength, accelerated healing, is a strong swimmer, hardened skin, and powerful jaws thanks to his reptilian genetics.
In LEGO Batman: The Videogame
In LEGO Batman: The Videogame, Killer Croc was a boss in the level Under the City. He was also a playable character in A Daring Rescue.
Croc can dive, is immune to toxic waste, and he has super strength.police showed up Penguin and Catwoman both escaped, but they were separated. While searching for Catwoman, Penguin was spotted by a Police Boat, he summoned Killer Croc to help escape the police. After doing so, they were pursued by Batman and Robin, which resulted in the destruction of Penguin's Submarine.
In an attempt to evade the Dynamic Duo, Killer Croc and Penguin escaped into the sewer where they received a message from Catwoman who was looking to be freed from the prison cells beneath the Police Department. Killer Croc and Penguin laughed until she informed them that she still had the diamond, so they agreed. Killer Croc and Penguin made their way to the Police Department by way of the sewer. Once Catwoman was freed, she once again refused to hand over the diamond, until Killer Croc growled at her. Shortly after, Batman and Robin arrived, which caused Catwoman and Penguin to flee. Croc stayed behind to try and fend them off and allow Penguin and Catwoman to escape.
Croc was defeated and sent back to Arkham Asylum.
In LEGO Batman 2
Killer Croc appears in Arkham Asylum's underground prison after the failed breakout, which he was not a part of. He blocks Robin's way when he is in the tank, and the player has to give him food in order to distract him and let Robin continue his way.
In the console version, he is found under Gotham waterworks and is available to buy for 125,000 studs when subdued, but in the portable version he is only unlocked for purchase when the first minikit of Gotham Metro is found.
In the portable version, his minikit is found in the level Arkham Asylum. He costs 100,000 studs like most of the Batman villains.
In LEGO Batman 3
Killer Croc will reappear in LEGO Batman 3 as a playable character. Unlike his previous appearances, Killer Croc will be redesigned as a bigfig. He is likely based off of his appearance in the Batman: Arkham Series of video games.
- Killer Croc is the only villain in the Batman theme so far to not have an updated physical minifigure in Super Heroes.
- Killer Croc's design on LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham is similar to his design from the video game, Batman: Arkham Asylum.
Video Game Appearances