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Intergang Follows Their Own Religion Dominated By Crime

For the Intergang, crime is not just an occupation, but a way of life. Outside of their Apokolips-sourced equipment, the group’s most valuable tool is a book caed the Crime Bible, which is actually not so different from the Christian Bible in terms of its content, but reinterprets all of its stories and teachings as a celebration of sin in lieu of condemning it. The book is the official text of the Religion of Crime – otherwise known as the “Dark Faith” – and was first introduced in 2006 during The New 52 era.

I mentioned earlier that Batwoman and Renee “The Question” Montoya once took on the Intergang, but I left out that the reason for their conflict involved the Crime Bible, which the syndicate’s then leader Bruno Mannaheim tried to use to create a cult of criminal minions in Gotham City. The investigation even leads Batwoman and The Question to cross paths with Black Adam and Isis (a.k.a. Adrianna Tomaz), who also have their own personal vendetta against the Dark Faith.

Source: cinemablend

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