Penguin Action Figures, Toys, and Collectibles
From the pages of DC Comics and the Batman Universe comes The Penguin. If you're searching for new or vintage Penguin products, you've come to the right place. This extensive Penguin database features Penguin Action Figures, games, toys, Penguin Puzzles, Penguin Coloring Books, collectibles, memorabilia, and more.
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First Appearance of the Penguin
The Penguin first appeared in Detective Comics #58 (December, 1941).
History of The Penguin
Real Name: Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot
Base: Gotham City
Height: 5' 2"
Weight: 175 lb.
Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot is a rare bird among the Batman's foes: he has actually made crime pay! Nattily attired in top hat and tails, Cobblepot is better known as "The Penguin," a criminal mastermind with a penchant for ornithology and trick umbrellas concealing automatic weapons, flame-throwers – or worse. Tiring of the Dark Knight foiling his every scheme. Cobblepot abandoned his parasols and opened Gotham's most famous nightclub, The Iceberg Lounge. Behind this less-than-legitimate business front, the Penguin continues his larcenous ways as a "fixer" entrenched in the Gotham underworld and one step removed from Batman's reach.
Bird's of a Feather
Cobblepot's fascination with ornithology dates back to his early childhood when his widowed mother ran a pet shop specializing in exotic birds. Short, paunchy, and unburdened with a prominent, aquiline nose, Oswald's school-yard nickname, "Penguin," was made worse by his mother's vehemence that he carry an umbrella, even on cloudless days. Mrs. Cobblepot feared that her son might succumb to pneumonia – just as his father had – after a sudden , sharp, cold rain shower. Oswald's spirits were comforted bu his feathered friends in the pet shop. These birds became his constant companions in the years that followed, when the Penguin turned to crime in order to acquire the wealth and power necessary to rise above all those who ridiculed him.