Mister Freeze suffered a lab experiment gone wrong and must now be encased in his supercooled suit to survive. Armed with his freeze gun, Victor Fries has devoted his life to the hopeless task of curing his beloved wife, Nora Fries. Her body is kept frozen in suspended animation until his experiments cure her fatal disease. Batman has offered help, but Mister Freeze is convinced his own failures are due to the meddling of the Dark Knight.
Mister Freeze often partners with other criminals to steal the money and materials he needs for his experiments and his armor and weaponry.
Isolated and ridiculed at school Victor Fries thought he would never know the warm touch of compassion until Nora came into his life. The two married and, when Nora became stricken with a rare illness, Fries devoted his life to finding a cure for her, working in Gothcorp, and placed her in suspended animation to buy themselves time. However, Gothcorp decided to deny him the funding he needed to save his wife and in response, Victor turned to crime to fund his research. Now a man of cold focus, Freeze cold-heartedly enacts crimes for the purpose of saving his wife.
- New players can select a pre-made character template inspired by Mister Freeze.
- Mr. Freeze is one of the bosses in Arkham Asylum Alert for both heroes and villains.
- He appears as a random boss in the Shady Nightclub Duo.
- He sells an Iconic Battle Suit in the Hall of Doom's Tech Wing.
- When Two-Face recruits some new villains to steal a collection of diamonds from a WayneTech Storage Facility, Mister Freeze interrupts the heist and steals the diamonds for his latest attempt at curing his wife. Following him to the Gotham Mercy General Hospital and posing as a member of his gang, the new villains must steal-back the diamonds before Two-Face decides to take his loss out on them.
- Mister Freeze first appeared in Batman #121 (February 1959).
- Mr Freeze is voiced by Robert Kraft.
- Freeze's minions resemble his appearance in the 1960's TV series "Batman".
- Mister Freeze Wikipedia