Iceberg Lounge

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Real Identity: Not Applicable
Appearances (BTAS): Joker's Millions, The Ultimate Thrill, Girls' Nite Out, and Mystery of the Batwoman
Appearances (STAS): Knight Time
Appearances (JLU): This Little Piggy
Powers/Skills: None
Voiced By: Not Applicable

In the late 1990's, the Penguin once again tried to become a legitimate businessman and opened the Iceberg Lounge next to Gotham's Natural History Museum. It soon became the most exclusive and famous night club in Gotham City. Much to its namesake, the Lounge's decor is that of an arctic fantasyland with an icy bandstand and a pool in the center populated with pet leopard seals trained to attack on command. However, it quickly became a center of criminal activity. In a shady backroom, the Penguin would fence stolen goods from other super villain fringe, such as Killer Croc, Two-Face, and Roxy Rocket, and runs an information network.

When the Joker became an overnight millionaire, he celebrated at the Lounge only to be attacked by his deceased rival's right hand man in contention of the inheritance money. Nightwing and Batgirl were onsight and broke up the gunfight. In another instance, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, and Livewire went on a rampage through Gotham and one of their stops was the Iceberg Lounge. More than willing for a chance at retribution, Penguin told Batgirl and Supergirl what he knew about the trio's possible hideout. Later, Superman and Robin also requested information from the Penguin concerning the whereabouts of Bane.

Wonder Woman and Batman were on a late night stakeout above the Iceberg Lounge and the Natural History Museum after the Justice League Unlimited intercepted a tip that Intergang was planning to steal from the Museum. It turned out to be a bum tip and the duo was attacked by Circe. A few years later, Batman and Batgirl ravaged the Iceberg Lounge in search of a missing Robin, kidnapped by the Joker. Beaten beyond comprehension, the Penguin denied knowing anything and Batman finally relented.