Batman is definitely chaotic good. he's a vigilante, he takes justice into his own hands and often takes it too far, using extreme tactics to get information from criminals such as- leaving them crippled, beaten to a pulp, in immense pain, with multiple cuts (batarangs), and oh so many broken bones.
1 Superman (Lawful Good)
Lawful Neutral - Amanda Waller.
2 Batman/Bruce Wayne - Neutral Good Despite the fact that he helps eradicate crime in Gotham, the police consider him a vigilante who doesn't follow proper procedures. This disqualifies him from being lawful good and makes him neutral good.
A True Neutral character doesn't always have a notion of what good or evil is. Animals are an excellent example of this alignment. They act on instinct and don't have morals. Catwoman is a True Neutral character.
Although she lacks superpowers herself, the character is a ruthless, high-ranking government official who uses guile, political connections, and sheer intimidation to achieve her goals, often in the name of national security. Waller is commonly associated with the fictional government agencies Checkmate and A.R.G.U.S.
Chaotic Neutral - Harley Quinn.
If they disobey orders, Waller will not hesitate to kill them. Her callous mission-focused attitude and disregard for human life make her more villainous than most of the supercriminals under her control, but she is just one of the major villains in The Suicide Squad.
Flo CrawleyJust as she was about to execute the entire squad, Waller's aide Flo Crawley knocked her out cold with a golf club so that the mission control could aid the squad in order to save the people of Corto Maltese.
Batman is unintentionally Evil. He's a Fugitive of Gotham and other areas of the world. He looks at himself as a Vigilante and by law in Gotham city as well as most of DC universe being a a fugitive is illegal, a Felony.
Ravenclaw. Ravenclaw values intelligence, learning, wisdom and wit. The house mascot is an eagle and the house colours are blue and bronze (blue and silver in the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films and on the ties and scarves).
Gryffindor is the most famous house alongside Slytherin, which is understandable, considering it is the house of the franchise's titular character and his friends. It is a house that has a lot of positive qualities that make it a house perfect for the series' main protagonists.