So, let's take them out of the shadow of the bat, and focus on Killer Moth, Amygdala and Anarky!
Prisoner #234026 decides to become the "anti-Batman", setting himself up as a philanthropist friend of Bruce Wayne's...
...all the while working to help criminals with his costumed identity of the Killer Moth, complete with Moth-Cave, Mothmobile and even an infrared Moth signal to summon him!
Batman and Robin stopped the Killer Moth, but didn't catch the criminal himself.
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Flash rogue Pied Piper (and a few more JLA individual villains), but really it's only their uniforms in a plot by the Demons Three (Abnegazar, Rath and Ghast) to defeat the Justice League. Killer Moth is more active in Detective Comics #359 (January, 1967) trying to kidnap Bruce Wayne (and leading to "The Million Dollar Debut Of Batgirl").
Freedom Fighters, (the story eventually being printed in the Cancelled Comic Cavalcade) but instead, Killer Moth was regulated to second fiddle in Batman #311 (May, 1979), facing Batgirl again in Detective Comics #486 (October-November, 1979), and just a face in the crowds of Detective Comics #526 (May, 1983), Crisis On Infinite Earths #9 (December, 1985) and Batman #400 (October, 1986).
This issue had the Ventriloquist and Amygdala looking for the missing Scarface, and did result in Aaron being captured after a battle with Batman, and pretty much set Aaron's role in the Batman universe, incredible muscle to be used by smarter foes against Batman.
...after a brief stay in the new Arkham Asylum in Guy Gardner: Warrior #29 (March, 1995), Underworld Unleashed: Batman - Devil's Asylum #1 (1995), New Gods #5 (February, 1996), and Batman #550 (January, 1998), Aaron was set free, with medicine that would help control his rage.
...with Aaron being traumatized by the death of his friends in Nightwing #91 (May, 2004).
Amygdala was recruited for Luthor's Secret Society during 2006's Infinite Crisis, and drinking in the Penguin's Iceberg Lounge in Gotham Underground #5 (April, 2008).
...showing computer skills and a continuing determination to fight for the people (this time under a new identity as Moneyspider).
...which gave Anarky some super power (and also started to set a course for the young lad), setting him against someone his own age....Robin (Tim Drake)...in the Robin Annual #1 (September, 1992).
This ends with the young man in custody.
Ollie was at a bit of a crossroads in this point in his life, wandering across the country running into many different people...
...so meeting the anti-establishment young man helped Ollie center himself and get back on target, and Anarky kept on his path, interfering with an election in Gotham in a short solo story in Batman Chronicles #1 (Summer, 1995).
This ends with Lonnie's parents, Roxanne and Mike, getting an idea of what he does, and Anarky being presumed dead.
...then facing the consequences of his actions (and facing Scarface and the Ventriloquist) in Anarky #4 (August, 1997).
Anarky next enjoyed a little time as a grown up, in Young Justice: Sins of Youth #1 (May, 2000) and Sins of Youth: JLA Jr. #1 (May, 2000), but not for long, reverting to his normal age to deal with the supernatural problems caused by Circe in a battle with Wonder Woman that involved many of the heroes and villains of the DCU in Wonder Woman #175 (December, 2001).
Lonnie faced Green Arrow again in Green Arrow #51 (August, 2005), where Anarky is falsely blamed for an explosion in Star City...
...with Anarky again leaving Ollie to contemplate his own commitment to his crusade, as Lonnie seems so much more committed than Ollie is.
More on this when we cover Robin villains at some point...
All of this proves that Anarky runs contrary to other villains like Killer Moth and Amygdala, as Drury and Aaron will appear on Fox's Gotham, and Lonnie will be appearing on the CW's Arrow!