The Scarecrow

From Brickipedia, the LEGO Wiki

Future set.png
This article or section contains information regarding scheduled, forthcoming or expected future variant(s).
While this minifigure has been released in some form in the past, a new variant is expected for release soon. The content about any future variants may change as the release approaches and more information becomes available.
This article is about the DC Super Heroes character. For other uses of the term, see Scarecrow (disambiguation).
The Scarecrow

Super Heroes
    DC Universe
The LEGO Batman Movie


2013 Super Heroes
2016 Super Heroes
The LEGO Batman Movie
The LEGO Batman Movie (Disguise)


Black Hat (Batman variant)
Dark Brown Hat (2013 Super Heroes variant)
Light Brown Hat (2016 Super Heroes variant)


2006, 2007, 2013, 2016, 2017

[List of appearances]
You know what I always say? FRIGHT makes right!
―The Scarecrow in LEGO Batman 2

The Scarecrow, or Professor Jonathan Crane, is a minifigure from the Batman theme released in 2006. He was redesigned in 2013 for the Super Heroes theme. He is one of the many villains in Batman's rogues gallery.

Description[edit | edit source]

Batman Variant[edit | edit source]

Scarecrow wears a black wizard hat that droops backwards with a belt and buckle at the bottom of the point, above the brim. His head depicts a Glow-in-the-Dark face which shows a mask with red eyes and a mouth which has been sewn together posed in a sinister smirk with threads revealed. His torso is reddish brown with black hands and depicts raggedy clothing with a belt around his waist and cloth from his mask over his neck that becomes ripped. Scarecrow's legs are also reddish brown.

Super Heroes Variant[edit | edit source]

His 2013 redesign has his hat and legs recoloured dark brown, his hands dark grey, and his head tan. His face has small, red eyes with dark spots surrounding them for a sunken look and a mouth comparable to before, but now closed and smaller. His face is more detailed with printing added to portray the burlap mask he wears. He has back head printing depicting more of the stitched burlap mask mask he wears. His torso has rope above his waist and below his neck. Tan fabric hangs from the higher rope on his right side and rope dangles on his right. The back depicts the back of the fabric the ropes, and the stitches.

In the Video Games[edit | edit source]

In LEGO Batman: The Videogame, Scarecrow is nearly identical to his appearances in 7786 The Batcopter: The Chase for Scarecrow and 7785 Arkham Asylum, but his hat flops when he moves and his head doesn't glow-in-the-dark. He is able to use fear toxins to petrify one basic enemy at a time and use mind control on certain enemies and doors.

His bi-plane is also a playable vehicle. It is able to shoot lasers, is immune to toxins, and is the only vehicle which can collect fear toxin torpedoes which can be used to stun turrets for a limited time.

He is also playable as Professor Jonathan Crane on the DS version.

He has a similar appearance in LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, except his head seems more tan in colour and he has back printing which is very similar to the printing on his front. On consoles he has virtually no abilities aside from the basic jumps and attacks. On portable versions he can attack with his fear gas and is immune to toxins.

Background[edit | edit source]

Professor Jonathan Crane was bullied as a child for his bookish nature and scrawny figure. He became obsessed with fear and began to study it, eventually becoming a psychology professor in that field. He taught at Gotham University, but was fired for unethical experimenting. Professor Jonathan Crane then made a career out of villainy and became known as Scarecrow. Not only is he well-versed in fear, but Scarecrow uses it in his specialized toxins to bring out victims' nightmares.

In LEGO Batman: The Videogame[edit | edit source]

In LEGO Batman: The Videogame, The Scarecrow is a a playable character and a boss in the DS game. On consoles, Scarecrow himself is not a boss, but he pilots his Bi-plane, which is.

Scarecrow's appearance in LEGO Batman

In the video game's story, Scarecrow was a part of The Joker's group, which also consisted of Killer Moth, Mad Hatter, and Harley Quinn.

After a series of events which involved the capture of Commissioner Gordon, Batman and Robin arrived to rescue him. The dynamic duo managed to defeat Harley Quinn and rescue Gordon, but Joker managed to escape in his helicopter. He summoned Scarecrow and his bi-plane to help in his escape and to create a diversion which would allow them destroy the Batwing with Batman in it. This plan failed and the dynamic duo gave chase to Scarecrow over the city. They eventually cornered him and were able to defeat him by towing him with the Bat-copter's winch. Scarecrow lost control of his plane after too many hits and crashed into Joker's helicopter. After nodding, Batman left both villains for dead and flew away in the Batwing. However, Joker and Scarecrow managed to escape using giant balloons which slowly lowered them to the ground.

However, the balloons eventually popped and the two fell through the skylight at the Gotham Art Gallery. They eluded the many Police Officers, Police Marksmen, S.W.A.T. Agents, and Security Guards. In the back of the gallery, they discovered an armoured van they planned to use for escape. However, they were ambushed by a group of police officers who grabbed Scarecrow with a crane and pinned Joker up against a wall. Joker managed to escape by contaminating the officers with his laughing gas, but left Scarecrow in his peril. Joker went to meet Killer Moth in a nearby alley and Scarecrow was returned to Arkham Asylum.

In LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes[edit | edit source]

In LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, Scarecrow tries to escape after the Asylum Breakout. He is defeated by Batman and Robin during their investigation of The Joker's escape. He later can be found near Gotham Funland in a pumpkin shaped tent, and he can be purchased for 125,000 studs after being subdued. He no longer has mind control.

In the portable version, Scarecrow's minikit can be found in Arkham Asylum.

Asylum SINISTER![edit | edit source]

Scarecrow also appears in Asylum SINISTER! as one of the villains who tries to escape from Arkham.

Notes[edit | edit source] Description[edit | edit source]

Red2x2.png This is a description taken from Please do not modify it. The spooky Scarecrow was once Dr. Jonathan Crane, professor of psychology and specialist in phobias. Turning to a life of crime, he uses his fear gas and creepy costume to put a fright into the citizens of Gotham City.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Video Game Appearances[edit | edit source]

Gallery of Variants[edit | edit source]

70910 TheScarecrow.jpeg
Batman2013 Super Heroes2016 Super HeroesThe LEGO Batman MovieThe LEGO Batman Movie (Disguise)

Gallery[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

view · talk · edit DC Comics Minifigures
Heroes: Ace the Bat-Hound | Aquaman | Arsenal | The Atom | Batgirl | Batman | Batwoman | Beast Boy | Black Lightning | Blue Beetle | Booster Gold | Cosmic Boy | Cyborg | The Flash | Firestorm | Green Arrow | Green Lantern (Jessica CruzJohn StewartHal Jordan) | Hawkman | Katana | Krypto | Lightning Lad | Martian Manhunter | Mera | Nightwing | Plastic Man | Raven | Red Hood | Robin (Damian WayneDick GraysonTim Drake) | Shazam! | Starfire | Superboy | Supergirl | Superman | Vixen (Amaya Jiwe) | Wonder Woman
Villains: Ares | Bane | Batzarro | Bizarro | Black Manta | Brainiac | Brother Eye | Captain Boomerang | Captain Cold | Catwoman | Cheetah | Clayface | Darkseid | Deadshot | Deathstroke | Doomsday | Faora | Firefly | General Zod | Gorilla Grodd | Harley Quinn | The Joker | Killer Croc | Killer Frost | Killer Moth | Lex Luthor | Lobo | Man-Bat | Mr. Freeze | Ocean Master | OMAC | The Penguin | Poison Ivy | Ra's Al Ghul | Reverse-Flash | The Riddler | The Scarecrow | Sinestro | Steppenwolf | Talia Al Ghul | Talon | Tor-An | Trickster | Two-Face
Other: Alfred Pennyworth | Atlantean Guard | Bruce Wayne | Clark Kent | Colonel Hardy | Commissioner Gordon | Dick Grayson | Dr. Harleen Quinzel | Farmer | Guard | Joker Henchman | Jor-El | LexCorp Agent | Lois Lane | Parademons | Penguin Minion | Steve Trevor | Truck Driver | Two-Face Henchman
Video game characters released in other themes: Black Canary | Calendar Man | Clock King | Condiment King | Eclipso | Mr. Freeze Henchman | Gentleman Ghost | Hawkgirl | Hugo Strange | Kite Man | Lashina | Mad Harriet | Police Officer (Super Heroes) | Polka-Dot Man | Raven
Non-physical: Adam Strange | Adam West | Amanda Waller | Ambush Bug | Anti-Monitor | Aqualad | Arkillo | Artemis | Asylum Inmate | Asylum Patient | Atomica | Atrocitus | Azrael | B'dg | Bat-Cow | Bat-Mite | Batman (Terry McGinnis) | Big Barda | Billy Batson | Bizarra | Black Adam | Black Beetle | Black Hand | Black Mask | Bleez | Blight | Bonk | Booster Gold | The Brain | Brainiac Goon | Brine King | Bronze Tiger | Captain Clown | Chang Tzu | Cheshire | Composite Superman | Conan O'Brien | Copperhead | Count Vertigo | Creeper | Cyborg Superman | Cyzarro | Darla Dudley | Deadman | Deathstorm | Desaad | Detective Chimp | Dex-Starr | Diana Prince | Diggle | Doctor Fate | Doctor Light | Doctor Poison | Doctor Sivana | Donna Troy | El Diablo | Enchantress | Envy | Eradicator | Etrigan | Eugene Choi | Felicity Smoak | Felix Faust | The Flash (Wally West) | Frankenstein | Freeze Goon | Freddy Freeman | Giganta | Gizmo | Gluttony | Golden Glider | Grail | Granny Goodness | Gray Ghost | Green Loontern | Greenzarro | Geoff Johns |Grid | Guy Gardner | Heat Wave | Heavy Joker Goon | Huntress | Hush | Impulse | Indigo | Indigo-1 | Indigo Tribe Warrior | Inque | Jim Lee | Jimmy Olsen | Jinx | John Constantine | Johnny Quick | Kalibak | Kanto | Kelex | Kevin Smith | Kid Flash | Kilowog | King Nereus | King Shark | Klarion the Witch Boy | Lady Shiva | Lara | Larfleeze | LexBot | LexCorp Heavy | LexCorp Pilot | LexCorp Security | Livewire | Lucius Fox | Mad Hatter | Malcolm Merlyn | Mammoth | Mantis | Manchester Black | Mary Bromfield | Mayor | Mazahs | Mercy Graves | Metallo | Mirror Master | Mister Miracle | Miss Martian | Mongul | Monsieur Mallah | Monster Man | Mr. Mxyzptlk | Mr. Terrific | Mr. Zsasz | Murk | Music Meister | Nora Fries | Old Lady | Orange Construct Warrior | Orion | Owlman | Parasite | Pedro Peña | Perry White | Phantasm | Plastique | Platinum | Poison Ivy Goon | Power Girl | Power Ring | Pride | Prometheus | Psimon | Psycho-Pirate | Queen Atlanna | The Question | Rainbow Raider | Ravager | Reach Warrior | Reign | Renee Montoya | Red Lantern Warrior | Red Robin | Red Tornado | Riddler Henchman | Rookie | Saint Walker | Sara Lance | Saturn Girl | Scarecrow Goon | Sea King | Security Guard | The Shade | Shazam (wizard) | Silver Banshee | Simon Baz | Sinestro Corps Warrior | Skeets | Solomon Grundy | Solovar | Spectre | The Spoiler | Star Sapphire | Stargirl | Stompa | Superboy (Jon Kent) | Superwoman | Swamp Thing | Terra | Thunderer | Tim Drake | Toyman | Trench Creature | Trigon | Ultra-Humanite | Ultraman | Vandal Savage | Ventriloquist and Scarface | Vibe | Vicki Vale | Vigilante | Virman Vundabar | Vixen | Vulko | White Lantern | Wonder Girl | Wrath | Zamaron Warrior | Zatanna | Zoom
view · talk · edit Batman Minifigures
view · talk · edit The LEGO Batman Movie Minifigures

... more about "The Scarecrow"
Black Hat (Batman variant)
Dark Brown Hat (2013 Super Heroes variant)
Light Brown Hat (2016 Super Heroes variant)
Scythe +
70913Scarecrow.jpeg +
Scare.jpg +
Scarecrowfig1.PNG +
76054-scarecrow.jpg +
70913Scarecrow.jpeg +
70910_TheScarecrow.jpeg +
Minifigure +
The spooky Scarecrow was once Dr. Jonathan Crane, professor of psychology and specialist in phobias. Turning to a life of crime, he uses his fear gas and creepy costume to put a fright into the citizens of Gotham City. +
The Scarecrow +
2013 Super Heroes +
2016 Super Heroes +
The LEGO Batman Movie +
The LEGO Batman Movie (Disguise) +
2013 Super Heroes
2016 Super Heroes
The LEGO Batman Movie
The LEGO Batman Movie (Disguise)