History Characters / InjusticeGodsAmongUsExtras

19th Apr '18 4:35:11 PM sonikkuruzu
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* ImaginaryFriend: As revealed in the Injustice 2 prequel comic, death hasnít prevented him from [[Troll trolling]] ''and'' haunting the hell out of Hal.

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* ImaginaryFriend: As revealed in the Injustice 2 prequel comic, death hasnít prevented him from [[Troll [[{{Troll}} trolling]] ''and'' haunting the hell out of Hal.
18th Apr '18 4:17:09 AM MaxyGregoryyyy
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* ImaginaryFriend: As revealed in the Injustice 2 prequel comic, death hasnít prevented him from [[Troll trolling]] ''and'' haunting the hell out of Hal.
2nd Feb '18 6:48:10 PM nombretomado
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* AuthorAppeal: The fact that [[WordOfGod Ed Boon]] says he's his favorite MK character also may have to do with it, hence why he's the {{mascot}} of NetherrealmStudios. Not to mention Jim Lee, a Scorpion fanboy himself, redesigning his armor for the game.

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* AuthorAppeal: The fact that [[WordOfGod Ed Boon]] says he's his favorite MK character also may have to do with it, hence why he's the {{mascot}} of NetherrealmStudios.Creator/NetherrealmStudios. Not to mention Jim Lee, a Scorpion fanboy himself, redesigning his armor for the game.
17th Jan '18 9:32:28 PM GoodGamer14
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* TheBusCameBack: In the Injustice 2 comic [[they are freed from the Phantom Zone by Batman and Plastic Man after defeating the Regime.]]

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* TheBusCameBack: In the Injustice 2 comic [[they [[spoiler:they are freed from the Phantom Zone by Batman and Plastic Man after defeating the Regime.Regime, only for Tim Drake to be killed by a mad-Zod shortly after.]]
17th Jan '18 9:28:28 PM GoodGamer14
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* [[RetCon Retcon]]: In Injustice 2, Cyborg claims that all the Titans except him and Raven died during the destruction of Metropolis.
** Even with this retcon, Starfire was added as a DLC character in Injustice 2 with characters acting like she never died.
* RookieRedRanger: Tim Drake is the NaiveNewcomer and expected to lead the Teen Titans after Dick Grayson left the team. Rather appropriately for the trope, he is in his "Red Robin" persona.

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* [[RetCon Retcon]]: In Injustice 2, Cyborg claims that all the Titans except him and Raven died during the destruction of Metropolis.
** Even with this retcon, Starfire was added as a DLC character
Metropolis. However, in the Injustice 2 comic it's revealed that [[spoiler:Starfire, Red Robin, Wonder Girl and Superboy were trapped in the Phantom Zone shortly after the destruction of Metropolis by Superman and are eventually freed by Batman with characters acting like she never died.
the help of Plastic Man years later.]]
* TheBusCameBack: In the Injustice 2 comic [[they are freed from the Phantom Zone by Batman and Plastic Man after defeating the Regime.]]
* RookieRedRanger: Tim Drake is the NaiveNewcomer and expected to lead the Teen Titans after Dick Grayson left the team. Rather appropriately for the trope, he is in his "Red Robin" persona. Unfortunately, [[spoiler: He is killed shortly after escaping the Phantom Zone by a mad-Zod]]
12th Jan '18 11:48:42 PM MaxyGregoryyyy
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* AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: Inverted. This Bizarro wasnít made created early by Luthor as he was once his best friend prior to his DespairEventHorizon, which are two of the reasons why he wasnít as experienced as his main universe counterpart. Only when Luthor began plotting with Batman to take down Superman did he attempt to create a clone of Superman.

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* AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: Inverted. This Bizarro wasnít made created early by Luthor as he Superman was once his best friend prior to his DespairEventHorizon, which are two of the reasons why he wasnít as experienced as his main universe counterpart. Only when Luthor began plotting with Batman to take down Superman did he attempt to create a clone of Superman.
12th Jan '18 11:43:39 PM MaxyGregoryyyy
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* AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: Inverted. This Bizarro wasnít made created early by Luthor as he was once his best friend prior to his DespairEventHorizon, which are two of the reasons why he wasnít as experienced as his main universe counterpart. Only when Luthor began plotting with Batman to take down Superman did he attempt to create a clone of Superman.
24th Dec '17 6:44:07 PM JesseMB27
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* AffirmativeActionGirl: Double Subverted. She is preceded by numerous other females in the Green Lantern corps, and thus isn't the first female to become a member. However, she is the first female from Earth and considering her Latina/Hispanic heritage, is the first of that ethnic group to become a Green Lantern corp member.
* ImaginationBasedSuperpower: Has this ability like the rest of the Lantern corps.
24th Dec '17 6:33:15 PM JesseMB27
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!!Supporting (Non-Playable):

[[folder:Injustice Universe Lois Lane]]
* AdaptationDyeJob: Her hair bounces back and forth between red, brown, and black in the comics (although it's brown in the game).
* DeadAlternateCounterpart: Good Superman's Lois is still alive.
* DistressedDamsel: In Superman's S.T.A.R. Labs missions.
* HappilyMarried: To Superman.
* KilledOffForReal: Accidentally killed by Superman through the Joker's machinations. She was pregnant at the time, too.
* LivingEmotionalCrutch: Connecting Superman to humanity has always been a part of her character, and ''Injustice'' takes it to extremes in showing what that severing can do. Occasionally other superheroes attempt to appeal to Superman through the memory of Lois in the comics, but it's more of a BerserkButton, indicating that Superman is aware Lois wouldn't approve.
* TheLostLenore: To Superman in the game proper.
* StuffedInTheFridge: The Joker does this to Lois, similar to his crippling of Barbara Gordon. Of course, this time it was so spectacularly awful it works.

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!!Supporting (Non-Playable):

[[folder:Injustice Universe Lois Lane]]
* AdaptationDyeJob: Her hair bounces back and forth between red, brown, and black
!!Mobile Exclusive Characters
[[folder:Arkham Knight]]
!!Alter Ego: [[spoiler: Jason Todd]]
*AscendedExtra: [[spoiler: Jason Todd]] became a DLC character
in the comics (although it's brown sequel, ''VideoGame/Injustice2'' though under his usual alias of [[spoiler: Red Hood]].
*GuestFighter: From ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight''. [[spoiler: However it is a subversion
in the game).
* DeadAlternateCounterpart: Good Superman's Lois
that his real identity is still alive.
* DistressedDamsel: In Superman's S.T.A.R. Labs missions.
* HappilyMarried: To Superman.
* KilledOffForReal: Accidentally killed by Superman through the Joker's machinations. She was pregnant at the time, too.
* LivingEmotionalCrutch: Connecting Superman
revealed to humanity has always been a part be that of her Jason Todd, a canon character, and ''Injustice'' takes it to extremes in showing what that severing can do. Occasionally other superheroes attempt to appeal to Superman through the memory of Lois also made a full fledged character in the comics, but it's more of a BerserkButton, indicating that Superman is aware Lois wouldn't approve.
* TheLostLenore: To Superman
sequel.]]
*TheGunslinger: Much like
in the game proper.
* StuffedInTheFridge: The Joker does
of origin for this to Lois, similar to his crippling of Barbara Gordon. Of course, this time it was so spectacularly awful it works. character's title and the person beneath the mask.



[[folder:Injustice Universe Jimmy Olsen]]
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: Via a sudden headshot by the Joker.
* IntrepidReporter: [[spoiler:It cost him his life.]]
* KilledOffForReal: Courtesy of the Joker.
* OldFriend: He has the title "Superman's Pal."
* SacrificialLamb: He dies in the first issue of the prequel comic.
* ScopeSnipe: Shot in the head through his camera lens.
* {{Sidekick}}: To Lois.
* StuffedInTheFridge: Just like Lois.

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[[folder:Injustice Universe Jimmy Olsen]]
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: Via a sudden headshot by the Joker.
* IntrepidReporter: [[spoiler:It cost him his life.]]
* KilledOffForReal: Courtesy of the Joker.
* OldFriend: He has the title "Superman's Pal."
* SacrificialLamb: He dies in the first issue of the prequel comic.
* ScopeSnipe: Shot in the head through his camera lens.
* {{Sidekick}}: To Lois.
* StuffedInTheFridge: Just like Lois.
[[folder:Batgirl (Cassandra Cain)]]
!!Alter Ego: Cassandra Cain



[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Darkseid_1581.jpg]]




The dreaded lord of the planet Apokolips, Darkseid is a tyrannical GodOfEvil and the ArchEnemy of Superman. Appears as a stage transition hazard in the game, a playable character in the mobile game and a GreaterScopeVillain in the prequel comics.
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* AbusiveParents: Surprisingly, downplayed in his interactions with Kalibak, whom he normally berates, tortures and disowns. Here he's mostly just a condescending jerk to him.
* ArchEnemy: The closest Superman has to one, due to Lex Luthor of the alternate universe being a good guy.
* TheCameo: He appears as a stage transition hazard at the Hall of Justice via [[TeleportersAndTransporters Boom Tube]] to his throne room. When characters teleport to his throne room, his attacks translate as a "get out" to those unfortunate who end up there.
* ColdBloodedTorture: To Black Racer in the prequel comic.
* DarkIsEvil: Just look at his name!
* EvilOverlord: As the Prequel Comic shows, he remains the tyrannical ruler of Apokolips.
* EyeBeams: His Omega Beams, of course.
* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler:He's the driving force behind Ares' manipulations in Year 4.]]
* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:He suffers no punishment for his actions.]]
* MetronomicManMashing: How he handles you on your way out of the Hall of Justice.
* ObviouslyEvil: [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast The name says it all.]]
* PetTheDog: [[spoiler:His actions in Year Four are for the purpose of taking revenge on Injustice!Superman for Kalibak's death.]]
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Especially when they shoot [[HomingProjectile Omega]] [[EyeBeams Beams]].
* ShouldersOfDoom: He's rocking some pretty big shoulder pauldrons.
* SuperStrength: As reflected in his grabbing a character sent his way and casually hurling them through a Boom Tube.
* WholeCostumeReference: His model is reused from ''VideoGame/MortalKombatVsDCUniverse''.
* YouWillNotEvadeMe: In addition to the fact that his Omega Beams are inescapable, he will also grab a character sent his way before they have a chance to flee.

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\nThe dreaded lord of the planet Apokolips, Darkseid is a tyrannical GodOfEvil and the ArchEnemy of Superman. Appears as a stage transition hazard in the game, a playable character in the mobile game and a GreaterScopeVillain in the prequel comics. \n----\n* AbusiveParents: Surprisingly, downplayed in his interactions with Kalibak, whom he normally berates, tortures and disowns. Here he's mostly just a condescending jerk to him. \n* ArchEnemy: The closest Superman has to one, due to Lex Luthor of the alternate universe being a good guy.\n* TheCameo: He appears as a stage transition hazard at the Hall of Justice via [[TeleportersAndTransporters Boom Tube]] to his throne room. When characters teleport to his throne room, his attacks translate as a "get out" to those unfortunate who end up there. \n* ColdBloodedTorture: To Black Racer in the prequel comic.\n* DarkIsEvil: Just look at his name!\n* EvilOverlord: As the Prequel Comic shows, he remains the tyrannical ruler of Apokolips.\n* EyeBeams: His Omega Beams, of course.\n* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler:He's the driving force behind Ares' manipulations in Year 4.]]\n* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:He suffers no punishment for his actions.]]\n* MetronomicManMashing: How he handles you on your way out of the Hall of Justice.\n* ObviouslyEvil: [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast The name says it all.]]\n* PetTheDog: [[spoiler:His actions in Year Four are for the purpose of taking revenge on Injustice!Superman for Kalibak's death.]]\n* RedEyesTakeWarning: Especially when they shoot [[HomingProjectile Omega]] [[EyeBeams Beams]].\n* ShouldersOfDoom: He's rocking some pretty big shoulder pauldrons.\n* SuperStrength: As reflected in his grabbing a character sent his way and casually hurling them through a Boom Tube.\n* WholeCostumeReference: His model is reused from ''VideoGame/MortalKombatVsDCUniverse''.\n* YouWillNotEvadeMe: In addition to the fact that his Omega Beams are inescapable, he will also grab a character sent his way before they have a chance to flee.See Supporting (Non-Playable) entry below.



[[folder:Scarecrow]]
!!Alter Ego: Jonathan Crane
* AssholeVictim: Not the most pleasant of Batman's rogues.
* TheCameo: In an Arkham Asylum and Joker's Asylum stage transition.
* CoolMask: Giving him his trademark "Scarecrow" appearance.
* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:The maker of a lethal chemical substance dies from an overdose of another one.]]
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler:Yet another victim of Joker Toxin.]]
* EvilGenius: He made the Fear Gas he uses.
* TheFaceless: We never see the mainstream version without his mask on.
* InTheHood: In his outfit in the game.
* JokerImmunity: [[spoiler:He is killed by the Joker yet still shows up in the Joker's Asylum stage with [[UnexplainedRecovery no explanation]] unless [[LegacyCharacter someone else taken up the helm]].]]
* OurGiantsAreBigger: He grows very big when someone's under his fear gas' influence.
* SacrificialLamb: [[spoiler:Joker gives the Regime universe version an overdose of his Joker Toxin in the prequel comic.]]
* SmallRoleBigImpact: It was Joker modifying his fear gas that lead to the creation of the Regime.
* StandardStatusEffects: In S.T.A.R. Labs Missions where he is involved, he torments the PlayerCharacter with one of {{four|IsDeath}} effects: sleep, slowness, [[InterfaceScrew control inversion]], and a see-sawing arena.
* UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler:He inexplicably shows up in the Joker's Asylum stage, which is in the universe where he died in. In the comic, this is also shown, with him dosing Nightwing with fear toxin in the universe where he died, and no explanation as to why he is alive.]]
* UnwittingPawn: The Regime universe version becomes one to the Joker.
* WholeCostumeReference: His outfit in the game is reused from his Arkham Asylum model.

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[[folder:Scarecrow]]
[[folder:Deadshot]]
!!Alter Ego: Jonathan Crane
Floyd Lawton
* AssholeVictim: Not the most pleasant of Batman's rogues.
* TheCameo: In an Arkham Asylum and Joker's Asylum stage transition.
* CoolMask: Giving him his trademark "Scarecrow" appearance.
* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:The maker of a lethal chemical substance dies from an overdose of another one.]]
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler:Yet another victim of Joker Toxin.]]
* EvilGenius:
AscendedExtra: He made the Fear Gas he uses.
* TheFaceless: We never see the mainstream version without his mask on.
* InTheHood: In his outfit in the game.
* JokerImmunity: [[spoiler:He is killed by the Joker yet still shows up in the Joker's Asylum stage with [[UnexplainedRecovery no explanation]] unless [[LegacyCharacter someone else taken up the helm]].]]
* OurGiantsAreBigger: He grows very big when someone's under his fear gas' influence.
* SacrificialLamb: [[spoiler:Joker gives the Regime universe version an overdose of his Joker Toxin in the prequel comic.]]
* SmallRoleBigImpact: It was Joker modifying his fear gas that lead to the creation of the Regime.
* StandardStatusEffects: In S.T.A.R. Labs Missions where he is involved, he torments the PlayerCharacter with one of {{four|IsDeath}} effects: sleep, slowness, [[InterfaceScrew control inversion]], and a see-sawing arena.
* UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler:He inexplicably shows up in the Joker's Asylum stage, which is in the universe where he died in. In the comic, this is also shown, with him dosing Nightwing with fear toxin in the universe where he died, and no explanation as to why he is alive.]]
* UnwittingPawn: The Regime universe version
becomes one to a playable character on the Joker.
* WholeCostumeReference: His outfit in
main roster of the game is reused from sequel.
* TheGunslinger: As per
his Arkham Asylum model.usual set of skills in canon.



[[folder:Arkham Asylum (Hugo Strange, Riddler, Penguin, Killer Croc, and Two-Face)]]
* BadassCrew: Some of Batman's nastiest rogues all in one place.
* BadassInANiceSuit: The Penguin and the Riddler.
* BadassNormal: The Penguin, the Riddler, and Two-Face.
* BaldOfEvil: Hugo Strange, the Penguin and Killer Croc, the latter due to his reptilian skin.
* BeardOfEvil: Hugo Strange.
* TheBrute: Killer Croc.
* CaneFu: The Riddler strikes passing combatants with his cane.
* CombinationAttack: The inmates all take turns getting a hit on the unlucky character who gets blasted into whatever room they're at.
* TheCameo: They aren't major figures, but a brawl through Arkham will inevitably include familiar faces. They all also appear in a few S.T.A.R. Labs Missions.
* FourEyesZeroSoul: Hugo Strange.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: The Penguin uses his [[ParasolOfPain umbrella]] while Two-Face smashes a television over a passing combatant's head.
* InstitutionalApparel: Killer Croc wears orange prison-style pants, though the others retain their signature attire.
* PsychoPsychologist: Hugo Strange, who is a member of Arkham's staff instead of being an inmate.
* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: Killer Croc.
* StandardStatusEffects: The Penguin and the Riddler appear in several S.T.A.R. Labs Missions. The Penguin will induce sleep on the fighter closer to him with his Penguin Gas, while the Riddler drops green question marks that give whoever picks them up a random buff or debuff.
* UnfazedEveryman: Hugo Strange paces nearby during the fight, observing the combatants. He doesn't even flinch when a piece of debris from the ceiling and lands right behind him.
* WholeCostumeReference: Their models are reused from ''[[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity Arkham City]]''.
* WildCard: Two-Face due to referring to his unique TwoHeadedCoin in every decision he makes. It's also reflected in his role in some S.T.A.R. Labs missions where he'll randomly shoot one of the two characters fighting based on what side his coin ends up on.
* YouWillNotEvadeMe: Whenever a character is sent the inmates' way, Killer Croc will grab their head before they can run away.

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[[folder:Arkham Asylum (Hugo Strange, Riddler, Penguin, Killer Croc, and Two-Face)]]
* BadassCrew: Some of Batman's nastiest rogues all in one place.
* BadassInANiceSuit: The Penguin and the Riddler.
* BadassNormal: The Penguin, the Riddler, and Two-Face.
* BaldOfEvil: Hugo Strange, the Penguin and Killer Croc, the latter due to his reptilian skin.
* BeardOfEvil: Hugo Strange.
* TheBrute: Killer Croc.
* CaneFu: The Riddler strikes passing combatants with his cane.
* CombinationAttack: The inmates all take turns getting a hit on the unlucky character who gets blasted into whatever room they're at.
* TheCameo: They aren't major figures, but a brawl through Arkham will inevitably include familiar faces. They all also appear in a few S.T.A.R. Labs Missions.
* FourEyesZeroSoul: Hugo Strange.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: The Penguin uses his [[ParasolOfPain umbrella]] while Two-Face smashes a television over a passing combatant's head.
* InstitutionalApparel: Killer Croc wears orange prison-style pants, though the others retain their signature attire.
* PsychoPsychologist: Hugo Strange, who is a member of Arkham's staff instead of being an inmate.
* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: Killer Croc.
* StandardStatusEffects: The Penguin and the Riddler appear in several S.T.A.R. Labs Missions. The Penguin will induce sleep on the fighter closer to him with his Penguin Gas, while the Riddler drops green question marks that give whoever picks them up a random buff or debuff.
* UnfazedEveryman: Hugo Strange paces nearby during the fight, observing the combatants. He doesn't even flinch when a piece of debris from the ceiling and lands right behind him.
* WholeCostumeReference: Their models are reused from ''[[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity Arkham City]]''.
* WildCard: Two-Face due to referring to his unique TwoHeadedCoin in every decision he makes. It's also reflected in his role in some S.T.A.R. Labs missions where he'll randomly shoot one of the two characters fighting based on what side his coin ends up on.
* YouWillNotEvadeMe: Whenever a character is sent the inmates' way, Killer Croc will grab their head before they can run away.
[[folder:The Flash (Wally West)]]
!!Alter Ego: Wallace "Wally" West
*SuperSpeed:



[[folder:Atom Smasher]]
!!Alter Ego: Albert Rothstein
* TheBigGuy: Very much so, considering he can go giant.
* CoolMask: A blue one with an atomic symbol on it.
* TheFaceless: He's not seen without his CoolMask on.
* MeaningfulBackgroundEvent: He fights Giganta in the background of the Hall of Justice's entrance, which can come into play if the fighters activate a stage transition.
* SizeShifter: His main thing is growing really large.
* WouldHitAGirl: In his defense, Giganta is a villain who's more than willing to punch him out.

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[[folder:Atom Smasher]]
[[folder:Green Lantern Jessica Cruz]]
!!Alter Ego: Albert Rothstein
* TheBigGuy: Very much so, considering he can go giant.
* CoolMask: A blue one with an atomic symbol on it.
* TheFaceless: He's not seen without his CoolMask on.
* MeaningfulBackgroundEvent: He fights Giganta in the background of the Hall of Justice's entrance, which can come into play if the fighters activate a stage transition.
* SizeShifter: His main thing is growing really large.
* WouldHitAGirl: In his defense, Giganta is a villain who's more than willing to punch him out.
Jessica Cruz



[[folder:Giganta]]
!!Alter Ego: Doris Zeul
* EvilRedhead: She's a Wonder Woman villain with red hair.
* GrievousHarmWithABody: As a stage transition hazard, she grabs you out of the air and punches Atom Smasher with you before tossing you into the Hall of Justice proper.
* MeaningfulBackgroundEvent: She fights Atom Smasher in the background of the Hall of Justice's entrance, which can come into play if the fighters activate a stage transition.
* SizeShifter: Her main thing and the only reason she can be a threat to Wonder Woman is her ability to grow really large.

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[[folder:Giganta]]
[[folder:Killer Croc]]
!!Alter Ego: Doris Zeul
* EvilRedhead: She's a Wonder Woman villain with red hair.
* GrievousHarmWithABody: As a stage transition hazard, she grabs you out of the air and punches Atom Smasher with you before tossing you into the Hall of Justice proper.
* MeaningfulBackgroundEvent: She fights Atom Smasher in the background of the Hall of Justice's entrance, which can come into play if the fighters activate a stage transition.
* SizeShifter: Her main thing and the only reason she can be a threat to Wonder Woman is her ability to grow really large.
Waylon Jones



[[folder:Stryker's Island Inmates (Gorilla Grodd, Metallo, Parasite, and Deadshot)]]
* BaldOfEvil: Metallo and Parasite.
* TheCameo: They appear as inmates of the Iron Heights Penitentiary. Grodd also has a cameo appearance in the prequel comic.
* ColdSniper: Deadshot, and it's also a reputation he has in-universe.
* CoolMask: Deadshot has one, which includes his distinctive scope.
* {{Cyborg}}: Metallo.
* TooDumbToLive: Metallo for the reason listed below
* UnfazedEveryman: Metallo is noticeably very complacent and docile during any fight that takes place in the Penitentiary, especially since he's standing on the same walkway a fight can take place on. [[TooDumbToLive And he never once thinks to move.]]
** Averted with the other three. Parasite, Gorilla Grodd, and Deadshot are, respectively, trapped by an electric field, surrounded by guards, and in a firefight with an unseen opponent. Though in the case of the latter he still comes off as pretty casual, leaning against a wall when not shooting at his opponent.

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[[folder:Stryker's Island Inmates (Gorilla Grodd, Metallo, Parasite, and Deadshot)]]
* BaldOfEvil: Metallo and Parasite.
* TheCameo: They appear as inmates
[[folder:Reverse-Flash]]
!!Alter Ego: Eobard Thawne
*AscendedExtra: Zig-zagged. He is present in the story line
of the Iron Heights Penitentiary. Grodd also has a cameo appearance in the prequel comic.
* ColdSniper: Deadshot, and it's also a reputation
sequel, but he has in-universe.
* CoolMask: Deadshot has one, which includes his distinctive scope.
* {{Cyborg}}: Metallo.
* TooDumbToLive: Metallo
is only [[PaletteSwap Premier Skin for the reason listed below
* UnfazedEveryman: Metallo is noticeably very complacent and docile during any fight that takes place in the Penitentiary, especially since he's standing on the same walkway a fight can take place on. [[TooDumbToLive And he never once thinks to move.]]
** Averted with the other three. Parasite, Gorilla Grodd, and Deadshot are, respectively, trapped by an electric field, surrounded by guards, and in a firefight with an unseen opponent. Though in the case of the latter he still comes off as pretty casual, leaning against a wall when not shooting at his opponent.
Flash]]
*SuperSpeed



[[folder:Trigon the Terrible]]
* AbusiveParents: DemonicPossession for starters.
* AdaptationalNiceGuy: He seems to still be as evil as he usually is, but his relationship with his daughter outside of her S.T.A.R. Labs missions seems to involve mutual affection on both sides, whereas in most other media he views her as a disposable pawn and holds no store of affection for her.
* AntiClimaxBoss: He also appears as his own character in Raven's final STAR Labs Mission. But... instead of his fearsome devil self, he's just about as tall as a normal character, has no special moves and it's very easy to earn 3 stars in the mission involving him. [[JustifiedTrope Maybe he's]] [[HoldingBackThePhlebotinum just holding back]].
* ArchnemesisDad: To Raven in her S.T.A.R. Labs missions. Subverted in the comics and the main campaign. In the comics he seems to genuinely love her and is driven to fury when he hears she has been imprisoned; in the campaign, she has accepted serving him and works with Superman only to prepare for his arrival on Earth.
* BigRedDevil: His iconic appearance.
* BullyingADragon: Sorta. He's the one who brought [[spoiler:Scorpion to the DC Universe this time thinking he's one of his own troops whom he accused of pulling a DefectorFromDecadence on him]]. Trigon engaged him in combat. It doesn't work as expected.
* TheCameo: He appears in both Raven's Supermove and Arcade ending.
* DemonicPossession: He does this to his daughter now and again. [[spoiler:Including her entire Regime appearance.]]
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: He seems to genuinely care for his daughter in the comics. When John Constantine tells him Superman is holding her prisoner, he eventually goes full PapaWolf on Superman. At the least, he's distracted from his WizardDuel with [[spoiler:Mr. Mxyzptlk]] when she calls out to him.
* ExtraEyes: He has an extra pair of eyes, giving him [[FourIsDeath four]] in total.
* EyeBeams: Unleashes them during his daughter's Supermove.
* FinalBoss: To Raven in her S.T.A.R. Labs missions.
* PapaWolf: Goes berserk and attempts to kill Superman when he believes he abducted his daughter.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: More of a fiery-orange, but close enough.

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[[folder:Trigon the Terrible]]
* AbusiveParents: DemonicPossession for starters.
* AdaptationalNiceGuy: He seems to still be as evil as he usually is, but his relationship with his daughter outside of her S.T.A.R. Labs missions seems to involve mutual affection on both sides, whereas in most other media he views her as a disposable pawn and holds no store of affection for her.
* AntiClimaxBoss: He also appears as his own character in Raven's final STAR Labs Mission. But... instead of his fearsome devil self, he's just about as tall as a normal character, has no special moves and it's very easy to earn 3 stars in the mission involving him. [[JustifiedTrope Maybe he's]] [[HoldingBackThePhlebotinum just holding back]].
* ArchnemesisDad: To Raven in her S.T.A.R. Labs missions. Subverted in the comics and the
[[folder:Static]]
!!Alter Ego: Virgil Hawkins
*ShockAndAwe: His
main campaign. In the comics he seems to genuinely love her and is driven to fury when he hears she has been imprisoned; in the campaign, she has accepted serving him and works with Superman only to prepare for his arrival on Earth.
* BigRedDevil: His iconic appearance.
* BullyingADragon: Sorta. He's the one who brought [[spoiler:Scorpion to the DC Universe this time thinking he's one of his own troops whom he accused of pulling a DefectorFromDecadence on him]]. Trigon engaged him in combat. It doesn't work as expected.
* TheCameo: He appears in both Raven's Supermove and Arcade ending.
* DemonicPossession: He does this to his daughter now and again. [[spoiler:Including her entire Regime appearance.]]
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: He seems to genuinely care for his daughter in the comics. When John Constantine tells him Superman is holding her prisoner, he eventually goes full PapaWolf on Superman. At the least, he's distracted from his WizardDuel with [[spoiler:Mr. Mxyzptlk]] when she calls out to him.
* ExtraEyes: He has an extra pair of eyes, giving him [[FourIsDeath four]] in total.
* EyeBeams: Unleashes them during his daughter's Supermove.
* FinalBoss: To Raven in her S.T.A.R. Labs missions.
* PapaWolf: Goes berserk and attempts to kill Superman when he believes he abducted his daughter.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: More of a fiery-orange, but close enough.
superpower.



[[folder:Starro the Conqueror]]
* TheCameo: He's a part of Superman's alien zoo in the Fortress of Solitude, much like in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''.
* FacelessEye: There's a single {{Red Eye|s Take Warning}} in the center of his body.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: You can smash your opponent with the globe containing him, freeing him in the process. He promptly makes his getaway after gathering his wits. So to sum it up, [[EpicFail you just re-unleashed an intergalactic terror on the universe.]]
* PurpleIsPowerful: His skin color.
* StarfishAlien: Literally. There's a reason he's called "Starro."

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[[folder:Starro !!Supporting (Non-Playable):

[[folder:Injustice Universe Lois Lane]]
* AdaptationDyeJob: Her hair bounces back and forth between red, brown, and black in
the Conqueror]]
comics (although it's brown in the game).
* TheCameo: He's a part of DeadAlternateCounterpart: Good Superman's alien zoo Lois is still alive.
* DistressedDamsel: In Superman's S.T.A.R. Labs missions.
* HappilyMarried: To Superman.
* KilledOffForReal: Accidentally killed by Superman through the Joker's machinations. She was pregnant at the time, too.
* LivingEmotionalCrutch: Connecting Superman to humanity has always been a part of her character, and ''Injustice'' takes it to extremes in showing what that severing can do. Occasionally other superheroes attempt to appeal to Superman through the memory of Lois
in the Fortress comics, but it's more of Solitude, much like in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''.
a BerserkButton, indicating that Superman is aware Lois wouldn't approve.
* FacelessEye: There's a single {{Red Eye|s Take Warning}} TheLostLenore: To Superman in the center of game proper.
* StuffedInTheFridge: The Joker does this to Lois, similar to
his body.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: You can smash your opponent with the globe containing him, freeing him in the process. He promptly makes his getaway after gathering his wits. So to sum
crippling of Barbara Gordon. Of course, this time it up, [[EpicFail you just re-unleashed an intergalactic terror on the universe.]]
* PurpleIsPowerful: His skin color.
* StarfishAlien: Literally. There's a reason he's called "Starro."
was so spectacularly awful it works.



[[folder:Injustice Universe Robin]]
!!Alter Ego: Damian Wayne
* AdaptationalVillainy: Downplayed. He's just as much of a jerk as he was in the original comics but lacks the things that made him more bearable in non-Injustice storylines.
* AllThereInTheManual: The comic series reveals [[spoiler:how he ended up killing Dick Grayson (by accident) and how he ended up taking up the mantle of Nightwing]].
* AnimalMotif: Take a guess.
* AntagonisticOffspring: Becomes this to Batman after he joins Superman.
* BadassCape: Like the majority of the Bat Family.
* BadassNormal: Like the rest of the Bat Family, he's just a non-powered human with excellent training.
* BewareTheSuperman: He may be a KidHero [[BadassNormal without superpowers]], but he's still dangerous, and lacks Batman's dedication to ThouShaltNotKill.
* DualWielding: He's shown sparring with Nightwing using escrima sticks in the prequel comic.
* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:We know he will eventually become the Nightwing seen in the game, who is not very nice, to say the least.]]
* FreudianExcuse: Damian still has being raised by the League of Assassins as his reason for not being interested in ThouShaltNotKill.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: The seeds of his StartOfDarkness are sewn in Year One, when he goes against Batman on the issue of Arkham Asylum because he agrees with Superman that it's a worthless facility and its inmates don't deserve the soft touch approach. Things go downhill from there.
* HiddenDepths: Despite his jerkish manners, he does genuinely love his father and older brother, and remains in contact with Alfred for years even after Batman disowns him.
* ItRunsInTheFamily: Displays much of the the martial prowess, intelligence and determination associated with Batman.
-->'''Batman:''' You were never as stubborn as Damian.\\
'''Dick:''' No. For someone to be '''that''' stubborn, [[LampshadeHanging they'd have to be directly related to you]].
* KidSidekick: Most Robins start working with Batman as young as their preteens. Damian Wayne is no different. Not only that, but the Robin identity is the TropeCodifier.
* KlingonPromotion: [[spoiler:He receives the title of Nightwing after accidentally killing his predecessor, but the comics show he would not do so until four years after the fact.]]
* LegacyCharacter: There have been numerous Robins over the years, Dick Grayson (now Nightwing) being the first.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: He feels intense remorse for killing [[spoiler:Nightwing]] and remains remorseful about it for years.
* SoreLoser: In the prequel comic after losing to Nightwing in a sparring match, he threw his eskrima stick at him while his back was turned and was called out on it by Superman, who caught it. [[spoiler:The second time led to fatal consequences.]]
* SpoiledBrat: He can have a bit of an attitude sometimes.
* UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans: And notably, he now has a mentality very similar to that of his grandfather Ra's al Ghul.

to:

[[folder:Injustice Universe Robin]]
!!Alter Ego: Damian Wayne
Jimmy Olsen]]
* AdaptationalVillainy: Downplayed. He's just as much of DroppedABridgeOnHim: Via a jerk as he was in sudden headshot by the original comics but lacks the things that made Joker.
* IntrepidReporter: [[spoiler:It cost
him more bearable in non-Injustice storylines.
* AllThereInTheManual: The comic series reveals [[spoiler:how he ended up killing Dick Grayson (by accident) and how he ended up taking up the mantle of Nightwing]].
* AnimalMotif: Take a guess.
* AntagonisticOffspring: Becomes this to Batman after he joins Superman.
* BadassCape: Like the majority of the Bat Family.
* BadassNormal: Like the rest of the Bat Family, he's just a non-powered human with excellent training.
* BewareTheSuperman: He may be a KidHero [[BadassNormal without superpowers]], but he's still dangerous, and lacks Batman's dedication to ThouShaltNotKill.
* DualWielding: He's shown sparring with Nightwing using escrima sticks in the prequel comic.
* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:We know he will eventually become the Nightwing seen in the game, who is not very nice, to say the least.
his life.]]
* FreudianExcuse: Damian still has being raised by the League of Assassins as his reason for not being interested in ThouShaltNotKill.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: The seeds of his StartOfDarkness are sewn in Year One, when he goes against Batman on the issue of Arkham Asylum because he agrees with Superman that it's a worthless facility and its inmates don't deserve the soft touch approach. Things go downhill from there.
* HiddenDepths: Despite his jerkish manners, he does genuinely love his father and older brother, and remains in contact with Alfred for years even after Batman disowns him.
* ItRunsInTheFamily: Displays much
KilledOffForReal: Courtesy of the the martial prowess, intelligence and determination associated with Batman.
-->'''Batman:''' You were never as stubborn as Damian.\\
'''Dick:''' No. For someone to be '''that''' stubborn, [[LampshadeHanging they'd have to be directly related to you]].
Joker.
* KidSidekick: Most Robins start working with Batman as young as their preteens. Damian Wayne is no different. Not only that, but the Robin identity is the TropeCodifier.
* KlingonPromotion: [[spoiler:He receives
OldFriend: He has the title of Nightwing after accidentally killing his predecessor, but "Superman's Pal."
* SacrificialLamb: He dies in
the comics show he would not do so until four years after the fact.]]
* LegacyCharacter: There have been numerous Robins over the years, Dick Grayson (now Nightwing) being the first.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: He feels intense remorse for killing [[spoiler:Nightwing]] and remains remorseful about it for years.
* SoreLoser: In
first issue of the prequel comic after losing to Nightwing comic.
* ScopeSnipe: Shot
in a sparring match, he threw the head through his eskrima stick at him while his back was turned and was called out on it by Superman, who caught it. [[spoiler:The second time led to fatal consequences.]]
camera lens.
* SpoiledBrat: He can have a bit of an attitude sometimes.
{{Sidekick}}: To Lois.
* UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans: And notably, he now has a mentality very similar to that of his grandfather Ra's al Ghul.StuffedInTheFridge: Just like Lois.



[[folder:Injustice Universe Mirror Master]]
* {{Blackmail}}: To Superman in the prequel comic, but it doesn't exactly go his way.
* BullyingADragon: His role in the prequel comic has him messing with ''Superman's'' parents, [[TooDumbToLive and after everything that's happened to him recently.]]
* DirtyCoward: He's prone to retreating into his mirror dimension and[=/=]or using holograms and it takes very little "persuasion" on Wonder Woman's part to get him to talk, though the latter is just being smart.
* EvilIsPetty: In addition to kidnapping Superman's parents, he also burns their house down [[ForTheEvulz pretty much because he can.]]
* {{Jerkass}}: He kidnaps Superman's parents and gleefully threatens to kill them if Superman doesn't stand down.
%%* PsychoticSmirk: Quite often.
* SmugSnake: He's remarkably arrogant and self-assured while in the process of BullyingADragon, which only further highlights that he's TooDumbToLive.
* TooDumbToLive: As Batman himself points out, messing with Superman's parents, in light of all that's happened to him recently, was not wise.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He was last seen at Wonder Woman's mercy after revealing where he was keeping Superman's parents. [[spoiler:His team anolngside with him, joins Batman's side in order to stop Superman's Regime in Year 5.]]

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[[folder:Injustice Universe Mirror Master]]
* {{Blackmail}}: To Superman
[[folder:Darkseid]]
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Darkseid_1581.jpg]]
!!Alter Ego: Uxas

The dreaded lord of the planet Apokolips, Darkseid is a tyrannical GodOfEvil and the ArchEnemy of Superman. Appears as a stage transition hazard in the game, a playable character in the mobile game and a GreaterScopeVillain
in the prequel comic, but it doesn't exactly go comics.
----
* AbusiveParents: Surprisingly, downplayed in
his way.
interactions with Kalibak, whom he normally berates, tortures and disowns. Here he's mostly just a condescending jerk to him.
* BullyingADragon: His role ArchEnemy: The closest Superman has to one, due to Lex Luthor of the alternate universe being a good guy.
* AscendedExtra: He is [[PromotedToPlayable playable in the mobile version of this game]] and was made a PreOrderBonus/[=DLC=] character in ''VideoGame/Injustice2''.
* TheCameo: He appears as a stage transition hazard at the Hall of Justice via [[TeleportersAndTransporters Boom Tube]] to his throne room. When characters teleport to his throne room, his attacks translate as a "get out" to those unfortunate who end up there.
* ColdBloodedTorture: To Black Racer
in the prequel comic has him messing with ''Superman's'' parents, [[TooDumbToLive and after everything that's happened to him recently.comic.
* DarkIsEvil: Just look at his name!
* EvilOverlord: As the Prequel Comic shows, he remains the tyrannical ruler of Apokolips.
* EyeBeams: His Omega Beams, of course.
* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler:He's the driving force behind Ares' manipulations in Year 4.
]]
* DirtyCoward: He's prone to retreating into KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:He suffers no punishment for his mirror dimension and[=/=]or using holograms and it takes very little "persuasion" on Wonder Woman's part to get him to talk, though the latter is just being smart.
* EvilIsPetty: In addition to kidnapping Superman's parents, he also burns their house down [[ForTheEvulz pretty much because he can.
actions.]]
* {{Jerkass}}: He kidnaps Superman's parents and gleefully threatens to kill them if Superman doesn't stand down.
%%* PsychoticSmirk: Quite often.
* SmugSnake: He's remarkably arrogant and self-assured while in
MetronomicManMashing: How he handles you on your way out of the process Hall of BullyingADragon, which only further highlights that he's TooDumbToLive.
Justice.
* TooDumbToLive: As Batman himself points out, messing with Superman's parents, in light of all that's happened to him recently, was not wise.
ObviouslyEvil: [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast The name says it all.]]
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He was last seen at Wonder Woman's mercy after revealing where he was keeping Superman's parents. PetTheDog: [[spoiler:His team anolngside with him, joins Batman's side in order to stop Superman's Regime actions in Year 5.]]Four are for the purpose of taking revenge on Injustice!Superman for Kalibak's death.]]
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Especially when they shoot [[HomingProjectile Omega]] [[EyeBeams Beams]].
* ShouldersOfDoom: He's rocking some pretty big shoulder pauldrons.
* SuperStrength: As reflected in his grabbing a character sent his way and casually hurling them through a Boom Tube.
* WholeCostumeReference: His model is reused from ''VideoGame/MortalKombatVsDCUniverse''.
* YouWillNotEvadeMe: In addition to the fact that his Omega Beams are inescapable, he will also grab a character sent his way before they have a chance to flee.



[[folder:Captain Cold]]
!!Alter Ego: Leonard Snart
* BadassNormal: No superpowers here. Just [[KillItWithIce ice guns.]]
* BigBad: Of the Flash Rogues, almost always acting as their leader.
* TheCasanova: He has a history of womanizing.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Among other things he makes a point of not killing women or children, and under his leadership the other Flash Rogues are the same.
* GogglesDoNothing: He wears blue goggles over his eyes that vaguely resemble sunglasses.
* GunsAkimbo: He dual-wields ice guns.
* InTheHood: He wears a parka hood, further enhancing his "cold" motif.
* KillItWithIce: He can set the temperature to absolute zero in order to create ice and kill his opponents.
* NobleDemon: He's a bad guy, no question, but one with principles. Particularly noteworthy when he tells the Flash that if he and the other Justice Leaguers have to punish Mirror Master, so be it, but tells him to at least go easy on the other villains, [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes pointing that heroes weren't the only ones lost in Metropolis.]]
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: He's got no real interest in revenge (though he does sometimes seek it against the Flash), and does not seek to hurt innocent people. He just wants a good score.
* PunchClockVillain: He's only looking for a good score, and while he will cut you down if you get in his way, its nothing personal, and he has some moral principles.

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[[folder:Captain Cold]]
[[folder:Scarecrow]]
!!Alter Ego: Leonard Snart
Jonathan Crane
* BadassNormal: No superpowers here. Just [[KillItWithIce ice guns.AssholeVictim: Not the most pleasant of Batman's rogues.
* TheCameo: In an Arkham Asylum and Joker's Asylum stage transition.
* CoolMask: Giving him his trademark "Scarecrow" appearance.
* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:The maker of a lethal chemical substance dies from an overdose of another one.
]]
* BigBad: Of the Flash Rogues, almost always acting as their leader.
* TheCasanova: He has a history
DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler:Yet another victim of womanizing.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Among other things he makes a point of not killing women or children, and under his leadership the other Flash Rogues are the same.
* GogglesDoNothing: He wears blue goggles over his eyes that vaguely resemble sunglasses.
* GunsAkimbo: He dual-wields ice guns.
* InTheHood: He wears a parka hood, further enhancing his "cold" motif.
* KillItWithIce: He can set the temperature to absolute zero in order to create ice and kill his opponents.
* NobleDemon: He's a bad guy, no question, but one with principles. Particularly noteworthy when he tells the Flash that if he and the other Justice Leaguers have to punish Mirror Master, so be it, but tells him to at least go easy on the other villains, [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes pointing that heroes weren't the only ones lost in Metropolis.
Joker Toxin.]]
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: He's got no real interest in revenge (though he does sometimes seek it against EvilGenius: He made the Flash), Fear Gas he uses.
* TheFaceless: We never see the mainstream version without his mask on.
* InTheHood: In his outfit in the game.
* JokerImmunity: [[spoiler:He is killed by the Joker yet still shows up in the Joker's Asylum stage with [[UnexplainedRecovery no explanation]] unless [[LegacyCharacter someone else taken up the helm]].]]
* OurGiantsAreBigger: He grows very big when someone's under his fear gas' influence.
* SacrificialLamb: [[spoiler:Joker gives the Regime universe version an overdose of his Joker Toxin in the prequel comic.]]
* SmallRoleBigImpact: It was Joker modifying his fear gas that lead to the creation of the Regime.
* StandardStatusEffects: In S.T.A.R. Labs Missions where he is involved, he torments the PlayerCharacter with one of {{four|IsDeath}} effects: sleep, slowness, [[InterfaceScrew control inversion]],
and does not seek to hurt innocent people. He just wants a good score.
see-sawing arena.
* PunchClockVillain: He's only looking for a good score, UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler:He inexplicably shows up in the Joker's Asylum stage, which is in the universe where he died in. In the comic, this is also shown, with him dosing Nightwing with fear toxin in the universe where he died, and while no explanation as to why he will cut you down if you get is alive.]]
* UnwittingPawn: The Regime universe version becomes one to the Joker.
* WholeCostumeReference: His outfit
in the game is reused from his way, its nothing personal, and he has some moral principles.Arkham Asylum model.



[[folder:The Atom]]
!!Alter Ego: Ray Palmer
* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: He's the PlayerCharacter for one of the Joker's S.T.A.R. Labs Missions, courtesy of MindControl.
* TheCameo: Works on a console in the background of the Insurgency stage.

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[[folder:The Atom]]
!!Alter Ego: Ray Palmer
[[folder:Arkham Asylum (Hugo Strange, Riddler, Penguin, Killer Croc, and Two-Face)]]
* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: He's BadassCrew: Some of Batman's nastiest rogues all in one place.
* BadassInANiceSuit: The Penguin and
the PlayerCharacter for one of Riddler.
* BadassNormal: The Penguin,
the Joker's Riddler, and Two-Face.
* BaldOfEvil: Hugo Strange, the Penguin and Killer Croc, the latter due to his reptilian skin.
* BeardOfEvil: Hugo Strange.
* TheBrute: Killer Croc.
* CaneFu: The Riddler strikes passing combatants with his cane.
* CombinationAttack: The inmates all take turns getting a hit on the unlucky character who gets blasted into whatever room they're at.
* TheCameo: They aren't major figures, but a brawl through Arkham will inevitably include familiar faces. They all also appear in a few
S.T.A.R. Labs Missions, courtesy of MindControl.
Missions.
* TheCameo: Works on FourEyesZeroSoul: Hugo Strange.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: The Penguin uses his [[ParasolOfPain umbrella]] while Two-Face smashes
a console in television over a passing combatant's head.
* InstitutionalApparel: Killer Croc wears orange prison-style pants, though
the background others retain their signature attire.
* PsychoPsychologist: Hugo Strange, who is a member of Arkham's staff instead of being an inmate.
* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: Killer Croc.
* StandardStatusEffects: The Penguin and the Riddler appear in several S.T.A.R. Labs Missions. The Penguin will induce sleep on the fighter closer to him with his Penguin Gas, while the Riddler drops green question marks that give whoever picks them up a random buff or debuff.
* UnfazedEveryman: Hugo Strange paces nearby during the fight, observing the combatants. He doesn't even flinch when a piece of debris from the ceiling and lands right behind him.
* WholeCostumeReference: Their models are reused from ''[[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity Arkham City]]''.
* WildCard: Two-Face due to referring to his unique TwoHeadedCoin in every decision he makes. It's also reflected in his role in some S.T.A.R. Labs missions where he'll randomly shoot one
of the Insurgency stage.two characters fighting based on what side his coin ends up on.
* YouWillNotEvadeMe: Whenever a character is sent the inmates' way, Killer Croc will grab their head before they can run away.



[[folder:Injustice Universe Alfred Pennyworth]]
* CoolOldGuy: You don't get much cooler than punching out freaking Superman.
* DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: A very subtle example when he asks "Master Kent" if he'd like any tea.
-->'''Superman''': No thank you, and you don't need to call me "Master Kent".
-->'''Alfred''': Good. [[BewareTheSuperman Let's]] [[KnightTemplar remember that.]]
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: [[spoiler:Beat the hell out of Superman in Issue 36 after ingesting the super pill.]]
* DisappointedInYou: He says this to Injustice Superman [[spoiler:before he beats the hell out of him in Issue 36 after ingesting the super pill.]]
* DrowningMySorrows: [[spoiler:A more subtle but no less tragic example after Nightwing's death, as Catwoman discovers when she visits Wayne Manor.]]
* FullNameBasis: In Issue 36 of Year One of the prequel comics, before beating the crap out of Superman:
-->'''Alfred''': ''Clark Kent...''
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:By Victor Zsasz.]]
* MoralityPet: To Damian, even after his FaceHeelTurn, as seen in Year 5, #13.
* TranquilFury: Shows this in issue # 36 of prequel comics when he confronts Superman.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Batman.
* WhatTheHellHero: To Batman for being rude to Damian after he came back to the Batcave to make amends, and later to Superman for hurting Bruce.

to:

[[folder:Injustice Universe Alfred Pennyworth]]
[[folder:Atom Smasher]]
!!Alter Ego: Albert Rothstein
* CoolOldGuy: You don't get TheBigGuy: Very much cooler than punching out freaking Superman.
* DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: A very subtle example when
so, considering he asks "Master Kent" if he'd like any tea.
-->'''Superman''': No thank you, and you don't need to call me "Master Kent".
-->'''Alfred''': Good. [[BewareTheSuperman Let's]] [[KnightTemplar remember that.]]
can go giant.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: [[spoiler:Beat CoolMask: A blue one with an atomic symbol on it.
* TheFaceless: He's not seen without his CoolMask on.
* MeaningfulBackgroundEvent: He fights Giganta in
the hell out of Superman in Issue 36 after ingesting the super pill.]]
* DisappointedInYou: He says this to Injustice Superman [[spoiler:before he beats the hell out of him in Issue 36 after ingesting the super pill.]]
* DrowningMySorrows: [[spoiler:A more subtle but no less tragic example after Nightwing's death, as Catwoman discovers when she visits Wayne Manor.]]
* FullNameBasis: In Issue 36 of Year One
background of the prequel comics, before beating Hall of Justice's entrance, which can come into play if the crap out of Superman:
-->'''Alfred''': ''Clark Kent...''
fighters activate a stage transition.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:By Victor Zsasz.]]
SizeShifter: His main thing is growing really large.
* MoralityPet: To Damian, even after WouldHitAGirl: In his FaceHeelTurn, as seen in Year 5, #13.
* TranquilFury: Shows this in issue # 36 of prequel comics when he confronts Superman.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Batman.
* WhatTheHellHero: To Batman for being rude
defense, Giganta is a villain who's more than willing to Damian after he came back to the Batcave to make amends, and later to Superman for hurting Bruce.punch him out.



[[folder:Red Lantern Atrocitus]]
* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: His skin is red, further enhancing his demonic appearance.
* BreathWeapon: Atrocitus can fire HardLight blasts from his mouth.
* TheCameo: He is shown fighting Kilowog in the background of the Metropolis stage. He also appears in at least one S.T.A.R. Labs mission.
* {{Flight}}: Like Green Lanterns and Sinestro, his ring grants him this ability.
* LightIsNotGood: The red light of rage, after all.
* PromotedToPlayable: He was a background character in this first game, and becomes fully playable in ''VideoGame/Injustice2''.
* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: He mostly wears red, but there's some black present as well.

to:

[[folder:Red Lantern Atrocitus]]
[[folder:Giganta]]
!!Alter Ego: Doris Zeul
* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: His skin is red, further enhancing his demonic appearance.
EvilRedhead: She's a Wonder Woman villain with red hair.
* BreathWeapon: Atrocitus can fire HardLight blasts from his mouth.
GrievousHarmWithABody: As a stage transition hazard, she grabs you out of the air and punches Atom Smasher with you before tossing you into the Hall of Justice proper.
* TheCameo: He is shown fighting Kilowog MeaningfulBackgroundEvent: She fights Atom Smasher in the background of the Metropolis stage. He also appears in at least one S.T.A.R. Labs mission.
Hall of Justice's entrance, which can come into play if the fighters activate a stage transition.
* {{Flight}}: Like Green Lanterns SizeShifter: Her main thing and Sinestro, his ring grants him this ability.
* LightIsNotGood: The red light of rage, after all.
* PromotedToPlayable: He was
the only reason she can be a background character in this first game, and becomes fully playable in ''VideoGame/Injustice2''.
* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: He mostly wears red, but there's some black present as well.
threat to Wonder Woman is her ability to grow really large.



[[folder:Galaxor]]
!!Alter Ego: Mitchell Davies
* AwesomeAussie: Subverted. He's not really that effective as a superhero, although to be fair it was the Justice League he was taking on.
* BrokenPedestal: He idolized the Justice League and in particular Flash before seeing the things they were starting to do as the Regime.
* CanonForeigner: He's exclusive to the Injustice universe.
* ChestBlaster: His armor seems to have one.
* DrivenToSuicide: Iris revealed him to have taken his own life during Year 3. This is disproved in the ''Injustice 2'' where he shows up alive, but still emotionally and physically crippled.
* FailureHero: It's not that he didn't try though.
* FearlessFool: He bravely stands against Superman and Wonder Woman and... gets his butt kicked.
* MuggingTheMonster: Antagonising a more militant Superman and Wonder Woman was just ''asking'' for trouble.
* PatrioticFervor: Why he agreed to become an Australian superhero in the first place.
* PoweredArmor: His powers come from his golden armor.
* RealityEnsues: Despite going through an extensive process to become a superhero, Galaxor's being a rookie with no experience going up against both Superman ''and'' Wonder Woman [[CurbStompBattle ends about as well as you would expect it to.]]

to:

[[folder:Galaxor]]
!!Alter Ego: Mitchell Davies
[[folder:Stryker's Island Inmates (Gorilla Grodd, Metallo, Parasite, and Deadshot)]]
* AwesomeAussie: Subverted. He's not really BaldOfEvil: Metallo and Parasite.
* TheCameo: They appear as inmates of the Iron Heights Penitentiary. Grodd also has a cameo appearance in the prequel comic.
* ColdSniper: Deadshot, and it's also a reputation he has in-universe.
* CoolMask: Deadshot has one, which includes his distinctive scope.
* {{Cyborg}}: Metallo.
* TooDumbToLive: Metallo for the reason listed below
* UnfazedEveryman: Metallo is noticeably very complacent and docile during any fight
that effective as a superhero, although to be fair it was takes place in the Justice League he was taking on.
* BrokenPedestal: He idolized
Penitentiary, especially since he's standing on the Justice League same walkway a fight can take place on. [[TooDumbToLive And he never once thinks to move.]]
** Averted with the other three. Parasite, Gorilla Grodd, and Deadshot are, respectively, trapped by an electric field, surrounded by guards,
and in particular Flash before seeing the things they were starting to do as the Regime.
* CanonForeigner: He's exclusive to the Injustice universe.
* ChestBlaster: His armor seems to have one.
* DrivenToSuicide: Iris revealed him to have taken his own life during Year 3. This is disproved
a firefight with an unseen opponent. Though in the ''Injustice 2'' where case of the latter he shows up alive, but still emotionally and physically crippled.
* FailureHero: It's not that he didn't try though.
* FearlessFool: He bravely stands
comes off as pretty casual, leaning against Superman and Wonder Woman and... gets a wall when not shooting at his butt kicked.
* MuggingTheMonster: Antagonising a more militant Superman and Wonder Woman was just ''asking'' for trouble.
* PatrioticFervor: Why he agreed to become an Australian superhero in the first place.
* PoweredArmor: His powers come from his golden armor.
* RealityEnsues: Despite going through an extensive process to become a superhero, Galaxor's being a rookie with no experience going up against both Superman ''and'' Wonder Woman [[CurbStompBattle ends about as well as you would expect it to.]]
opponent.



[[folder:Mr. Terrific]]
!!Alter Ego: Michael Holt
* ManInWhite: He wears white, just like in the New 52.
* MechaMooks: His T-Spheres serve this function.
* UnfazedEveryman: Like many other background characters, he is completely unresponsive to the fights happening in front of him.

to:

[[folder:Mr. Terrific]]
!!Alter Ego: Michael Holt
[[folder:Trigon the Terrible]]
* ManInWhite: AbusiveParents: DemonicPossession for starters.
* AdaptationalNiceGuy:
He wears white, seems to still be as evil as he usually is, but his relationship with his daughter outside of her S.T.A.R. Labs missions seems to involve mutual affection on both sides, whereas in most other media he views her as a disposable pawn and holds no store of affection for her.
* AntiClimaxBoss: He also appears as his own character in Raven's final STAR Labs Mission. But... instead of his fearsome devil self, he's
just like about as tall as a normal character, has no special moves and it's very easy to earn 3 stars in the New 52.
mission involving him. [[JustifiedTrope Maybe he's]] [[HoldingBackThePhlebotinum just holding back]].
* MechaMooks: ArchnemesisDad: To Raven in her S.T.A.R. Labs missions. Subverted in the comics and the main campaign. In the comics he seems to genuinely love her and is driven to fury when he hears she has been imprisoned; in the campaign, she has accepted serving him and works with Superman only to prepare for his arrival on Earth.
* BigRedDevil:
His T-Spheres serve this function.
iconic appearance.
* UnfazedEveryman: Like many other background characters, he is completely unresponsive BullyingADragon: Sorta. He's the one who brought [[spoiler:Scorpion to the fights happening DC Universe this time thinking he's one of his own troops whom he accused of pulling a DefectorFromDecadence on him]]. Trigon engaged him in front combat. It doesn't work as expected.
* TheCameo: He appears in both Raven's Supermove and Arcade ending.
* DemonicPossession: He does this to his daughter now and again. [[spoiler:Including her entire Regime appearance.]]
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: He seems to genuinely care for his daughter in the comics. When John Constantine tells him Superman is holding her prisoner, he eventually goes full PapaWolf on Superman. At the least, he's distracted from his WizardDuel with [[spoiler:Mr. Mxyzptlk]] when she calls out to him.
* ExtraEyes: He has an extra pair
of him.eyes, giving him [[FourIsDeath four]] in total.
* EyeBeams: Unleashes them during his daughter's Supermove.
* FinalBoss: To Raven in her S.T.A.R. Labs missions.
* PapaWolf: Goes berserk and attempts to kill Superman when he believes he abducted his daughter.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: More of a fiery-orange, but close enough.



[[folder:Injustice Universe Dick Grayson]]
* DeadpanSnarker: A frequent source of snarky commentary.
-->'''Dick:''' You know how annoying it is when you [Batman] don't answer? I mean, you may think silence illustrates your point but it's also just kind of douchey.
* DeadAlternateCounterpart: Main Nightwing is still Dick Grayson.
* DeathByFallingOver: [[spoiler:And landing on a rock that broke his neck.]]
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: For a time... [[spoiler:Not quite since Year Three #10.]]
* DueToTheDead: [[spoiler:Even the inmates of Arkham Asylum bow their heads in silence out of respect for Dick as Batman carries his lifeless body.]]
* {{Forgiveness}}: [[spoiler:Forgave Damian for accidentally killing him.]]
* GoodCounterpart: To Regime Nightwing.
* TheHeart: He's the only one aside from maybe Green Arrow who desires to maintain peaceful relations between Batman and Superman's Regime, and is the one who suggests an EnemyMine against Solomon Grundy. [[spoiler:It's his death that marks the point of no return for the conflict between Batman and Superman.]]
* TheMentor: As a former Robin, Nightwing teaches and instructs Damian on how to best fit the role.
* MentorOccupationalHazard: [[spoiler:Here killed by the student himself, but by accident.]]
* MoralityChain: Tried to be this to Damian. [[spoiler:With his death, there was nothing stopping Damian from embracing Superman and Wonder Woman's ideology in full.]]
* NeckSnap: [[spoiler:Caused by his DeathByFallingOver]]
* OlderAndWiser: To Damian.
* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler:His death ultimately drives Damian and Bruce apart.]]
* SimpleStaff: Uses one as his weapon.
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: [[spoiler:Accidentally killed by Damian Wayne.]]
* TakeUpMySword: [[spoiler:Became the new Deadman at the last one's request.]]
* UndyingLoyalty: To Batman.

to:

[[folder:Injustice Universe Dick Grayson]]
* DeadpanSnarker: A frequent source of snarky commentary.
-->'''Dick:''' You know how annoying it is when you [Batman] don't answer? I mean, you may think silence illustrates your point but it's also just kind of douchey.
* DeadAlternateCounterpart: Main Nightwing is still Dick Grayson.
* DeathByFallingOver: [[spoiler:And landing on a rock that broke his neck.]]
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: For a time... [[spoiler:Not quite since Year Three #10.]]
* DueToTheDead: [[spoiler:Even
[[folder:Starro the inmates of Arkham Asylum bow their heads in silence out of respect for Dick as Batman carries his lifeless body.]]
Conqueror]]
* {{Forgiveness}}: [[spoiler:Forgave Damian for accidentally killing him.]]
* GoodCounterpart: To Regime Nightwing.
* TheHeart:
TheCameo: He's the only one aside from maybe Green Arrow who desires to maintain peaceful relations between Batman and a part of Superman's Regime, and is alien zoo in the one who suggests an EnemyMine against Solomon Grundy. [[spoiler:It's Fortress of Solitude, much like in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''.
* FacelessEye: There's a single {{Red Eye|s Take Warning}} in the center of
his death that marks body.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: You can smash your opponent with
the point of no return for globe containing him, freeing him in the conflict between Batman and Superman.]]
* TheMentor: As a former Robin, Nightwing teaches and instructs Damian
process. He promptly makes his getaway after gathering his wits. So to sum it up, [[EpicFail you just re-unleashed an intergalactic terror on how to best fit the role.
universe.]]
* MentorOccupationalHazard: [[spoiler:Here killed by the student himself, but by accident.]]
PurpleIsPowerful: His skin color.
* MoralityChain: Tried to be this to Damian. [[spoiler:With his death, there was nothing stopping Damian from embracing Superman and Wonder Woman's ideology in full.]]
* NeckSnap: [[spoiler:Caused by his DeathByFallingOver]]
* OlderAndWiser: To Damian.
* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler:His death ultimately drives Damian and Bruce apart.]]
* SimpleStaff: Uses one as his weapon.
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: [[spoiler:Accidentally killed by Damian Wayne.]]
* TakeUpMySword: [[spoiler:Became the new Deadman at the last one's request.]]
* UndyingLoyalty: To Batman.
StarfishAlien: Literally. There's a reason he's called "Starro."



[[folder:Injustice Universe Black Canary]]
!!Alter Ego: Dinah Lance

Dinah Lance the fearsome Black Canary, a BadassNormal who sided with Batman against Superman and later participated in the Insurgency.
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* EarnYourHappyEnding: [[spoiler:Even though she was fated to die, Dr. Fate intervened and sent her to an alternate earth to be with an Oliver Queen who lost his Dinah Lance, stating she's earned the right to be happy.]]
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: She is a skilled marital artist with a Sonic Shriek, however once she takes the Super-Pill, she [[spoiler:can fight Superman himself]].
* MsFanservice: In the comics, she is a curvy woman in a {{Stripperific}} outfit with fishnet stockings that show off her legs. As a result, she is a ''major'' source of eye candy.
* MuggingTheMonster: Spares no opportunity to berate and antagonise Superman during Year Two. It doesn't end well for her.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler:Broadcasts Superman killing her and wearing a Sinestro Corps ring to the world in an attempt to discredit him in their eyes. Mostly she just makes them afraid of him, giving him a massive power source that allows him to and kill Ganthet and Mogo, after he [[NoSell shrugged off]] direct hits from both. She and Oracle cost the Insurgency any chance of victory.]]
* {{Revenge}}: She wants vengeance for Green Arrow's death.
* SomeoneToRememberHimBy: She was pregnant with Oliver Queen's child [[spoiler:when Superman killed him. She later gave birth to a baby boy]].
* ThouShaltNotKill: She hates Superman and dearly wishes him dead, but Batman asks her not to kill him, [[spoiler:she later keeps her word and after defeating Superman with a Kryptonite Bullet she summons Ganthet, but she turns her back and Superman gets a Yellow Ring that frees him enough so that he can kill her with his laser vision]].
* ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend: When she, Ollie and Hal Jordan visited a bar and a guy tried to hit on her and later attacked Ollie, she told that guy that only ''she'', gets to "touch him inappropriately."

to:

[[folder:Injustice Universe Black Canary]]
Robin]]
!!Alter Ego: Dinah Lance

Dinah Lance
Damian Wayne
* AdaptationalVillainy: Downplayed. He's just as much of a jerk as he was in
the fearsome Black Canary, original comics but lacks the things that made him more bearable in non-Injustice storylines.
* AllThereInTheManual: The comic series reveals [[spoiler:how he ended up killing Dick Grayson (by accident) and how he ended up taking up the mantle of Nightwing]].
* AnimalMotif: Take
a BadassNormal who sided with guess.
* AntagonisticOffspring: Becomes this to
Batman against Superman after he joins Superman.
* BadassCape: Like the majority of the Bat Family.
* BadassNormal: Like the rest of the Bat Family, he's just a non-powered human with excellent training.
* BewareTheSuperman: He may be a KidHero [[BadassNormal without superpowers]], but he's still dangerous,
and later participated lacks Batman's dedication to ThouShaltNotKill.
* DualWielding: He's shown sparring with Nightwing using escrima sticks
in the Insurgency.
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prequel comic.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: [[spoiler:Even though she was fated to die, Dr. Fate intervened and sent her to an alternate earth to be with an Oliver Queen FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:We know he will eventually become the Nightwing seen in the game, who lost his Dinah Lance, stating she's earned is not very nice, to say the right to be happy.least.]]
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: She is a skilled marital artist with a Sonic Shriek, however once she takes FreudianExcuse: Damian still has being raised by the Super-Pill, she [[spoiler:can fight Superman himself]].
* MsFanservice: In the comics, she is a curvy woman
League of Assassins as his reason for not being interested in a {{Stripperific}} outfit with fishnet stockings that show off her legs. As a result, she is a ''major'' source of eye candy.ThouShaltNotKill.
* MuggingTheMonster: Spares no opportunity to berate and antagonise HeWhoFightsMonsters: The seeds of his StartOfDarkness are sewn in Year One, when he goes against Batman on the issue of Arkham Asylum because he agrees with Superman during Year Two. It doesn't end well for her.that it's a worthless facility and its inmates don't deserve the soft touch approach. Things go downhill from there.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler:Broadcasts Superman HiddenDepths: Despite his jerkish manners, he does genuinely love his father and older brother, and remains in contact with Alfred for years even after Batman disowns him.
* ItRunsInTheFamily: Displays much of the the martial prowess, intelligence and determination associated with Batman.
-->'''Batman:''' You were never as stubborn as Damian.\\
'''Dick:''' No. For someone to be '''that''' stubborn, [[LampshadeHanging they'd have to be directly related to you]].
* KidSidekick: Most Robins start working with Batman as young as their preteens. Damian Wayne is no different. Not only that, but the Robin identity is the TropeCodifier.
* KlingonPromotion: [[spoiler:He receives the title of Nightwing after accidentally
killing her and wearing a Sinestro Corps ring to his predecessor, but the world in an attempt to discredit him in their eyes. Mostly she just makes them afraid of him, giving him a massive power source that allows him to and kill Ganthet and Mogo, comics show he would not do so until four years after he [[NoSell shrugged off]] direct hits from both. She the fact.]]
* LegacyCharacter: There have been numerous Robins over the years, Dick Grayson (now Nightwing) being the first.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: He feels intense remorse for killing [[spoiler:Nightwing]]
and Oracle cost remains remorseful about it for years.
* SoreLoser: In
the Insurgency any chance of victory.prequel comic after losing to Nightwing in a sparring match, he threw his eskrima stick at him while his back was turned and was called out on it by Superman, who caught it. [[spoiler:The second time led to fatal consequences.]]
* {{Revenge}}: She wants vengeance for Green Arrow's death.
SpoiledBrat: He can have a bit of an attitude sometimes.
* SomeoneToRememberHimBy: She was pregnant with Oliver Queen's child [[spoiler:when Superman killed him. She later gave birth UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans: And notably, he now has a mentality very similar to a baby boy]].
* ThouShaltNotKill: She hates Superman and dearly wishes him dead, but Batman asks her not to kill him, [[spoiler:she later keeps her word and after defeating Superman with a Kryptonite Bullet she summons Ganthet, but she turns her back and Superman gets a Yellow Ring
that frees him enough so that he can kill her with of his laser vision]].
* ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend: When she, Ollie and Hal Jordan visited a bar and a guy tried to hit on her and later attacked Ollie, she told that guy that only ''she'', gets to "touch him inappropriately."
grandfather Ra's al Ghul.



[[folder:Commissioner James Gordon]]
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: After ingesting the super pill. [[spoiler:Subverted. That pill accelerated his cancer even further with his body deteriorating rapidly. He knew it would do this though.]]
* FirstNameBasis: Subverted. [[spoiler:In his final moments, he and Batman speak over the intercom and he still calls him Batman]]:
-->'''Batman:''' It's Bruce.\\
'''Commissioner James Gordon:''' No, [[SecretIdentityIdentity it was never Bruce]].
* KnightInSourArmor: As most of his more recent incarnations.
* LaResistance: The leader of the same in Gotham during the prequel comics of Year Two.
* SecretKeeper: He reveals to Barbara in Year Two that he knew her Double Life, her secret headquarters and even Batman's identity all along but had kept it secret the whole time.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Batman, as well.
* YourDaysAreNumbered: [[spoiler:He knows that he is dying of lung cancer.]]

to:

[[folder:Commissioner James Gordon]]
[[folder:Injustice Universe Mirror Master]]
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: After ingesting {{Blackmail}}: To Superman in the super pill. [[spoiler:Subverted. That pill accelerated prequel comic, but it doesn't exactly go his cancer even further way.
* BullyingADragon: His role in the prequel comic has him messing
with his body deteriorating rapidly. He knew it would do this though.''Superman's'' parents, [[TooDumbToLive and after everything that's happened to him recently.]]
* FirstNameBasis: Subverted. [[spoiler:In DirtyCoward: He's prone to retreating into his final moments, he mirror dimension and[=/=]or using holograms and it takes very little "persuasion" on Wonder Woman's part to get him to talk, though the latter is just being smart.
* EvilIsPetty: In addition to kidnapping Superman's parents, he also burns their house down [[ForTheEvulz pretty much because he can.]]
* {{Jerkass}}: He kidnaps Superman's parents and gleefully threatens to kill them if Superman doesn't stand down.
%%* PsychoticSmirk: Quite often.
* SmugSnake: He's remarkably arrogant and self-assured while in the process of BullyingADragon, which only further highlights that he's TooDumbToLive.
* TooDumbToLive: As
Batman speak over the intercom and he still calls himself points out, messing with Superman's parents, in light of all that's happened to him Batman]]:
-->'''Batman:''' It's Bruce.\\
'''Commissioner James Gordon:''' No, [[SecretIdentityIdentity it
recently, was never Bruce]].
not wise.
* KnightInSourArmor: As most of his more recent incarnations.
* LaResistance: The leader of the same in Gotham during the prequel comics of Year Two.
* SecretKeeper:
WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He reveals to Barbara in Year Two that was last seen at Wonder Woman's mercy after revealing where he knew her Double Life, her secret headquarters and even was keeping Superman's parents. [[spoiler:His team anolngside with him, joins Batman's identity all along but had kept it secret the whole time.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Batman, as well.
* YourDaysAreNumbered: [[spoiler:He knows that he is dying of lung cancer.
side in order to stop Superman's Regime in Year 5.]]



[[folder:Injustice Universe Kalibak]]
* AdaptationalVillainy: A mild case. While Kalibak ''is'' a villain, he's sometimes also portrayed as semi-tragic and sympathetic, and also far ''less'' evil than his father [[EvilOverlord Darkseid]]. Here, not so much.
* AlienInvasion: Leads one on Earth in the prequel comic.
* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:Even though it was murder, Kalibak is far from a sympathetic victim here.]]
* BeardOfEvil: As ever, a big, thick mane-like one.
* BreakThemByTalking: Gleefully gives one to Superman during his AlienInvasion where he mocks his morality and ThouShaltNotKill policies, which is what manages to finally [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope send Superman over the edge in full.]] [[TooDumbToLive Kalibak is actually surprised by this.]]
* TheBrute: Clearly still more brawn than brains.
* BullyingADragon: And ''how''.
* CurbStompBattle: On the receiving end of one from Superman.
* HotBloodedSideburns
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:By Superman. He was immortal, but not completely.]]
* OhCrap: His reaction upon realizing that he's dealing with a KnightTemplar Superman.
-->'''Kalibak:''' Oh... [[SymbolSwearing ***]].
* SuperStrength: Doesn't save him from Superman, though.
* ThisCannotBe: When Superman loses it [[spoiler:and then kills him.]]
* TooDumbToLive: Besides the BullyingADragon, there's also his foolishly goading Superman into JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope, whereas if he'd kept his mouth shut, his invasion may have just been successful or at the very least, done more damage.
* VillainHasAPoint: The reason his words finally convince Superman to stop adhering to ThouShaltNotKill is that they ring true. Apokolips keeps invading and supervillains keep re-offending because they know the worst superheroes will do to them is beat them up a little -- intimidating to a common street thug, but a questionable deterrent for those who also have superpowers. And on top of that, he points out that by doing so, he shows more concern for the lives of his enemies than those of the people he's protecting, and that an AlienInvasion by Apokolips plays by different rules than regular supervillain battles, making a no-kill rule burdensome at best.
-->'''Kalibak:''' If you're not prepared to take a life -- then you can't possibly fight a war!
* WellDoneSonGuy: As always, he seems to seek his father's approval.

to:

[[folder:Injustice Universe Kalibak]]
[[folder:Captain Cold]]
!!Alter Ego: Leonard Snart
* AdaptationalVillainy: A mild case. While Kalibak ''is'' a villain, he's sometimes also portrayed as semi-tragic and sympathetic, and also far ''less'' evil than his father [[EvilOverlord Darkseid]]. Here, not so much.
* AlienInvasion: Leads one on Earth in the prequel comic.
* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:Even though it was murder, Kalibak is far from a sympathetic victim here.
BadassNormal: No superpowers here. Just [[KillItWithIce ice guns.]]
* BeardOfEvil: As ever, BigBad: Of the Flash Rogues, almost always acting as their leader.
* TheCasanova: He has
a big, thick mane-like one.history of womanizing.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Among other things he makes a point of not killing women or children, and under his leadership the other Flash Rogues are the same.
* GogglesDoNothing: He wears blue goggles over his eyes that vaguely resemble sunglasses.

* BreakThemByTalking: Gleefully gives GunsAkimbo: He dual-wields ice guns.
* InTheHood: He wears a parka hood, further enhancing his "cold" motif.
* KillItWithIce: He can set the temperature to absolute zero in order to create ice and kill his opponents.
* NobleDemon: He's a bad guy, no question, but
one to Superman during his AlienInvasion where with principles. Particularly noteworthy when he mocks his morality tells the Flash that if he and ThouShaltNotKill policies, which is what manages to finally [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope send Superman over the edge other Justice Leaguers have to punish Mirror Master, so be it, but tells him to at least go easy on the other villains, [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes pointing that heroes weren't the only ones lost in full.]] [[TooDumbToLive Kalibak is actually surprised by this.Metropolis.]]
* TheBrute: Clearly still more brawn than brains.
* BullyingADragon: And ''how''.
* CurbStompBattle: On
OnlyInItForTheMoney: He's got no real interest in revenge (though he does sometimes seek it against the receiving end of one from Superman.
* HotBloodedSideburns
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:By Superman. He was immortal, but
Flash), and does not completely.]]
* OhCrap: His reaction upon realizing that he's dealing with a KnightTemplar Superman.
-->'''Kalibak:''' Oh... [[SymbolSwearing ***]].
* SuperStrength: Doesn't save him from Superman, though.
* ThisCannotBe: When Superman loses it [[spoiler:and then kills him.]]
* TooDumbToLive: Besides the BullyingADragon, there's also his foolishly goading Superman into JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope, whereas if he'd kept his mouth shut, his invasion may have
seek to hurt innocent people. He just been successful or at the very least, done more damage.
wants a good score.
* VillainHasAPoint: The reason his words finally convince Superman to stop adhering to ThouShaltNotKill is that they ring true. Apokolips keeps invading PunchClockVillain: He's only looking for a good score, and supervillains keep re-offending because they know the worst superheroes while he will do to them is beat them up a little -- intimidating to a common street thug, but a questionable deterrent for those who also have superpowers. And on top of that, he points out that by doing so, he shows more concern for the lives of cut you down if you get in his enemies than those of the people he's protecting, way, its nothing personal, and that an AlienInvasion by Apokolips plays by different rules than regular supervillain battles, making a no-kill rule burdensome at best.
-->'''Kalibak:''' If you're not prepared to take a life -- then you can't possibly fight a war!
* WellDoneSonGuy: As always,
he seems to seek his father's approval. has some moral principles.




[[folder:John Constantine]]
-->''"Revenge--that's what I'm good at. I've brought down demons, monsters, and actual gods. I'm going to kick the man of steel in the bollocks!"''
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* ActionDad: This version of Constantine has a daughter and he's going to make Superman pay for robbing her of a childhood.
* BadassBoast: Claims he's going [[GroinAttack kick Superman in the bollocks]].
* DealWithTheDevil: He sold a piece of his soul and it made it's way to Trigon, who will torture him for a few thousand years and take great pleasure in it.
* GiveHimANormalLife: John mentions he stayed as far out of Rose's life as he could without being completely separated so she didn't get his enemies.
* ManipulativeBastard: Goads Batman into going off into facing the Spectre because he needs him to be the man he used to be before Superman broke his spine. Also tries to manipulate Trigon by claiming to be looking into whose holding Raven when he's the one who bound her.
** The final comic of Year Three reveals that [[spoiler:he was plotting from the start to get rid of Trigon to save himself from going to Hell]].
* {{Revenge}}: He wants revenge on Superman for oppressing his daughter.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:He leaves with Rose after Dr. Fate and Shazam dealt with Trigon and Mxyzptlk.]]

to:

\n[[folder:John Constantine]]\n-->''"Revenge--that's what I'm good at. I've brought down demons, monsters, and actual gods. I'm going to kick [[folder:The Atom]]
!!Alter Ego: Ray Palmer
* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: He's
the man PlayerCharacter for one of steel the Joker's S.T.A.R. Labs Missions, courtesy of MindControl.
* TheCameo: Works on a console
in the bollocks!"''
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* ActionDad: This version
background of Constantine has a daughter and he's going to make Superman pay for robbing her of a childhood.
* BadassBoast: Claims he's going [[GroinAttack kick Superman in
the bollocks]].
* DealWithTheDevil: He sold a piece of his soul and it made it's way to Trigon, who will torture him for a few thousand years and take great pleasure in it.
* GiveHimANormalLife: John mentions he stayed as far out of Rose's life as he could without being completely separated so she didn't get his enemies.
* ManipulativeBastard: Goads Batman into going off into facing the Spectre because he needs him to be the man he used to be before Superman broke his spine. Also tries to manipulate Trigon by claiming to be looking into whose holding Raven when he's the one who bound her.
** The final comic of Year Three reveals that [[spoiler:he was plotting from the start to get rid of Trigon to save himself from going to Hell]].
* {{Revenge}}: He wants revenge on Superman for oppressing his daughter.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:He leaves with Rose after Dr. Fate and Shazam dealt with Trigon and Mxyzptlk.]]
Insurgency stage.



[[folder:Swamp Thing]]
Once a human biologist known as Alec Holland, Swamp Thing is a living elemental who protects plant life from destruction.
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* BadassBoast: "Cross me, and you will fear every tree. Every blade of grass."
* BaldOfAwesome: Justified because he's not human anymore.
* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: Not personally, but he joins the Regime out of admiration for Superman and Luthor's eco-friendly policies.
* FaceDeathWithDignity: [[spoiler:When he begins to fade out of existence, he accepts it and tells Flash to go and save himself.]]
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Asserts that he knows Constantine too well to believe he's trying to bring down Superman out of altruism, and that he must have some selfish motivation... which turns out to be true.
* GaiasVengeance: Threatens Constantine with this if he doesn't stay clear of the Green.
* GreenThumb: As ever, his powers involve this.
* InHarmonyWithNature: Has roots on his face and chest and shaggy moss growing on his shoulders.
* LetsYouAndHimFight: Deadman's solution to stop him during the climactic battle of Year Three is to sic Poison Ivy on him.
* NotInThisForYourRevolution: States upfront he doesn't care about Superman ruling the world, not enough to attack his enemies unless they cross him somehow; he only got involved in the conflict in the first place to protect the Green, and took Superman's side because he respected the Man of Steel for furthering the cause of green energy and putting an end to humanity's reliance on fossil fuels.
* ShipTease: Shares a HeadbuttOfLove with Poison Ivy.
* VillainRespect: Inverted. He admires Regime Superman's environmentalist policies, stating that he's doing more for the environment than any before him.
* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Again, inverted. When told that Superman is enslaving humanity, he bluntly replies that he doesn't care what happens to humanity; he sees them as being just one species on Earth, who deserve no more priority than any other.

to:

[[folder:Swamp Thing]]
Once a human biologist known as Alec Holland, Swamp Thing is a living elemental who protects plant life from destruction.
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[[folder:Injustice Universe Alfred Pennyworth]]
* BadassBoast: "Cross me, CoolOldGuy: You don't get much cooler than punching out freaking Superman.
* DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: A very subtle example when he asks "Master Kent" if he'd like any tea.
-->'''Superman''': No thank you,
and you will fear every tree. Every blade of grass."
* BaldOfAwesome: Justified because he's not human anymore.
* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: Not personally, but he joins the Regime out of admiration for Superman and Luthor's eco-friendly policies.
* FaceDeathWithDignity: [[spoiler:When he begins
don't need to fade out of existence, he accepts it and tells Flash to go and save himself.call me "Master Kent".
-->'''Alfred''': Good. [[BewareTheSuperman Let's]] [[KnightTemplar remember that.
]]
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Asserts that he knows Constantine too well to believe he's trying to bring down DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: [[spoiler:Beat the hell out of Superman out of altruism, and that he must have some selfish motivation... which turns out to be true.
in Issue 36 after ingesting the super pill.]]
* GaiasVengeance: Threatens Constantine with DisappointedInYou: He says this if he doesn't stay clear of the Green.
* GreenThumb: As ever, his powers involve this.
* InHarmonyWithNature: Has roots on his face and chest and shaggy moss growing on his shoulders.
* LetsYouAndHimFight: Deadman's solution
to stop him during the climactic battle of Year Three is to sic Poison Ivy on him.
* NotInThisForYourRevolution: States upfront he doesn't care about
Injustice Superman ruling [[spoiler:before he beats the world, not enough to attack his enemies unless they cross hell out of him somehow; he only got involved in Issue 36 after ingesting the conflict in the first place to protect the Green, and took Superman's side because he respected the Man of Steel for furthering the cause of green energy and putting an end to humanity's reliance on fossil fuels.
super pill.]]
* ShipTease: Shares a HeadbuttOfLove with Poison Ivy.
* VillainRespect: Inverted. He admires Regime Superman's environmentalist policies, stating that he's doing
DrowningMySorrows: [[spoiler:A more for subtle but no less tragic example after Nightwing's death, as Catwoman discovers when she visits Wayne Manor.]]
* FullNameBasis: In Issue 36 of Year One of
the environment than any prequel comics, before him.
beating the crap out of Superman:
-->'''Alfred''': ''Clark Kent...''
* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Again, inverted. When told that KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:By Victor Zsasz.]]
* MoralityPet: To Damian, even after his FaceHeelTurn, as seen in Year 5, #13.
* TranquilFury: Shows this in issue # 36 of prequel comics when he confronts Superman.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Batman.
* WhatTheHellHero: To Batman for being rude to Damian after he came back to the Batcave to make amends, and later to
Superman is enslaving humanity, he bluntly replies that he doesn't care what happens to humanity; he sees them as being just one species on Earth, who deserve no more priority than any other. for hurting Bruce.



[[folder:The Spectre]]

The detective Jim Corrigan on his death became absorbed into the Spectre, the force of righteous anger, vengeance and justice who often punishes the guilty in cruel ways.
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* CoolSword: Uses it to [[spoiler:Kill Deadman and the Phantom Stranger]].
* GrandTheftMe: [[spoiler:His identity was hijacked by Mr. Mxyzptlk and Jim Corrigan was given a fake Jokerized treatment and sent to Arkham]]
* HeroKiller: [[spoiler:Killed Jason Blood, Ragman, Deadman, and the Phantom Stranger.]]
* KnightTemplar: He was this in the regular universe, in the injustice universe he sees Injustice Superman and becomes his magical guardian and cheerleader. [[spoiler:Slightly subverted in that he may not be Jim Corrigan's Spectre after all]].
* RedHerring: [[spoiler:Given the Slasher Smile he gives Deadman and the fact that Jim Corrigan has been Jokerized and sent to Arkham, it almost seems that the Joker is Back From The Dead, but it turns out it's actually Mxyzptlk.]]
* WhamLine: Boston Brand/Deadman wonders why Jim Corrigan is acting strange, [[spoiler:"You are not Jim Corrigan are you?"]]
* WhamShot: The minute after Deadman says the above line, [[spoiler:The Spectre gives him a SlasherSmile]].

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[[folder:The Spectre]]

[[folder:Red Lantern Atrocitus]]
* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: His skin is red, further enhancing his demonic appearance.
* BreathWeapon: Atrocitus can fire HardLight blasts from his mouth.
* TheCameo: He is shown fighting Kilowog in the background of the Metropolis stage. He also appears in at least one S.T.A.R. Labs mission.
* {{Flight}}: Like Green Lanterns and Sinestro, his ring grants him this ability.
* LightIsNotGood:
The detective Jim Corrigan on his death became absorbed into the Spectre, the force red light of righteous anger, vengeance and justice who often punishes the guilty in cruel ways.
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rage, after all.
* CoolSword: Uses it to [[spoiler:Kill Deadman and the Phantom Stranger]].
* GrandTheftMe: [[spoiler:His identity was hijacked by Mr. Mxyzptlk and Jim Corrigan was given a fake Jokerized treatment and sent to Arkham]]
* HeroKiller: [[spoiler:Killed Jason Blood, Ragman, Deadman, and the Phantom Stranger.]]
* KnightTemplar:
PromotedToPlayable: He was a background character in this in the regular universe, in the injustice universe he sees Injustice Superman first game, and becomes his magical guardian and cheerleader. [[spoiler:Slightly subverted fully playable in that he may not be Jim Corrigan's Spectre after all]].
''VideoGame/Injustice2''.
* RedHerring: [[spoiler:Given the Slasher Smile he gives Deadman and the fact that Jim Corrigan has been Jokerized and sent to Arkham, it almost seems that the Joker is Back From The Dead, RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: He mostly wears red, but it turns out it's actually Mxyzptlk.]]
* WhamLine: Boston Brand/Deadman wonders why Jim Corrigan is acting strange, [[spoiler:"You are not Jim Corrigan are you?"]]
* WhamShot: The minute after Deadman says the above line, [[spoiler:The Spectre gives him a SlasherSmile]].
there's some black present as well.



[[folder: Spoiler Character]]
! Mr. Mxyzptlk

A fifth-dimension being, Mr. Mxyzptlk is a constant foe of Superman. A Trickster by nature, he uses his phenomenal powers to test Superman. He has been posing as The Spectre after hijacking the identity of Jim Corrigan, the former host.
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* AdaptationalBadass: Most incarnations of Mxyzptlk are tricksters and not fighters. This Myx shows just how dangerous he can be when he decides to cut loose, being able to go toe-to-toe with ''Trigon''.
* CigarChomper: He is lighting a stogie as he floats over Trigon's body. He deserves it.
* GrandTheftMe: He's been impersonating the Spectre, protecting Superman the whole time.
* GreaterScopeVillain: Shaping up to be one for Year Three. He is the one of the very few who overpower Superman by a wide margin.
* KarmicTrickster: True to form, Mr. Mxyzptlk has been posing as Superman's Guardian and cheerleader in the guise of Spectre.
* PhysicalGod: Given that he's a fifth-dimensional being, "physical" is strictly speaking not meant in the typical sense. But he's powerful enough to take out The Phantom Stranger, the first Spectre and Trigon the Terrible. He doesn't mess around.
* SlasherSmile: Flashes a brilliant one when Boston Brand figures out that he's not Jim Corrigan.
* TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou: His motivation for protecting Superman. He doesn't want anyone to kill him because he views Superman as a WorthyOpponent and it wouldn't be as fun without him. As Hal puts it:
-->'''Hal:''' So you're willing to fight the devil himself in order to keep pranking Superman.
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Implied by Trigon that hijacking the Spectre is slowly corrupting Mxyptlik.
* WorthyOpponent: Views Superman as this, which is why he's protecting him.
-->'''Mxyptlik:''' I've been across five dimensions and hundreds of worlds, and there is ''one'' person worthy of my attention. One person whose forthright disposition makes him the '''perfect''' choice for my fun: '''Superman'''. I ''refuse'' to live in a multiverse without him.

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[[folder: Spoiler Character]]
! Mr. Mxyzptlk

A fifth-dimension being, Mr. Mxyzptlk is a constant foe of Superman. A Trickster by nature, he uses his phenomenal powers to test Superman. He has been posing as The Spectre after hijacking the identity of Jim Corrigan, the former host.
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[[folder:Galaxor]]
!!Alter Ego: Mitchell Davies
* AdaptationalBadass: Most incarnations of Mxyzptlk are tricksters and not fighters. This Myx shows just how dangerous he can be when he decides to cut loose, being able to go toe-to-toe with ''Trigon''.
* CigarChomper: He is lighting a stogie as he floats over Trigon's body. He deserves it.
* GrandTheftMe:
AwesomeAussie: Subverted. He's been impersonating not really that effective as a superhero, although to be fair it was the Spectre, protecting Justice League he was taking on.
* BrokenPedestal: He idolized the Justice League and in particular Flash before seeing the things they were starting to do as the Regime.
* CanonForeigner: He's exclusive to the Injustice universe.
* ChestBlaster: His armor seems to have one.
* DrivenToSuicide: Iris revealed him to have taken his own life during Year 3. This is disproved in the ''Injustice 2'' where he shows up alive, but still emotionally and physically crippled.
* FailureHero: It's not that he didn't try though.
* FearlessFool: He bravely stands against
Superman the whole time.
and Wonder Woman and... gets his butt kicked.
* GreaterScopeVillain: Shaping up to be one for Year Three. He is the one of the very few who overpower MuggingTheMonster: Antagonising a more militant Superman by a wide margin.
* KarmicTrickster: True to form, Mr. Mxyzptlk has been posing as Superman's Guardian
and cheerleader Wonder Woman was just ''asking'' for trouble.
* PatrioticFervor: Why he agreed to become an Australian superhero
in the guise of Spectre.
* PhysicalGod: Given that he's a fifth-dimensional being, "physical" is strictly speaking not meant in the typical sense. But he's powerful enough to take out The Phantom Stranger,
the first Spectre and Trigon the Terrible. He doesn't mess around.
place.
* SlasherSmile: Flashes a brilliant one when Boston Brand figures out that he's not Jim Corrigan.
* TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou:
PoweredArmor: His motivation for protecting Superman. He doesn't want anyone powers come from his golden armor.
* RealityEnsues: Despite going through an extensive process
to kill him because he views become a superhero, Galaxor's being a rookie with no experience going up against both Superman ''and'' Wonder Woman [[CurbStompBattle ends about as a WorthyOpponent and well as you would expect it wouldn't be as fun without him. As Hal puts it:
-->'''Hal:''' So you're willing to fight the devil himself in order to keep pranking Superman.
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Implied by Trigon that hijacking the Spectre is slowly corrupting Mxyptlik.
* WorthyOpponent: Views Superman as this, which is why he's protecting him.
-->'''Mxyptlik:''' I've been across five dimensions and hundreds of worlds, and there is ''one'' person worthy of my attention. One person whose forthright disposition makes him the '''perfect''' choice for my fun: '''Superman'''. I ''refuse'' to live in a multiverse without him.
to.]]



[[folder: Plastic Man]]
! ComicBook/PlasticMan

Eel O'Brien is a former criminal turned superhero. Formerly a friend and associate of the Justice League, he comes to oppose the Regime after they arrest his son, Luke [=McDonnagh=]
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* AntiHero: Eel was formerly an example of a Type II but compared to the KnightTemplar Regime of the ex-Heroes, he's far more likable.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: He's a very funny guy. And just as dangerous.
* DeadpanSnarker: On first arriving at the new fangled Justice League headquarters, Eel commends Injustice!Supes for making it a SupervillainLair worthy of an EvilOverlord.
* DisappearedDad: He was absent for a good period of his son's life and [[JerkAss Injustice!Superman]] calls him "A deadbeat".
* UnderestimatingBadassery: He was seen as a joke villain and joke hero by his fellow supers and his son, and yet [[spoiler:he achieved the biggest tactical victory, with no losses, against the Injustice!League, even Resistance Batman can't claim this]].
* VoluntaryShapeshifter: He is very good at this.
* WhatTheHellHero: Eel calls out Superman for his lack of mercy towards his son, when he points out that he knows what it's like to lose a son. This pushes Superman's button.

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[[folder: Plastic Man]]
! ComicBook/PlasticMan

Eel O'Brien is a former criminal turned superhero. Formerly a friend and associate of
[[folder:Mr. Terrific]]
!!Alter Ego: Michael Holt
* ManInWhite: He wears white, just like in
the Justice League, New 52.
* MechaMooks: His T-Spheres serve this function.
* UnfazedEveryman: Like many other background characters,
he comes to oppose the Regime after they arrest his son, Luke [=McDonnagh=]
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* AntiHero: Eel was formerly an example of a Type II but compared
is completely unresponsive to the KnightTemplar Regime fights happening in front of the ex-Heroes, he's far more likable.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: He's a very funny guy. And just as dangerous.
* DeadpanSnarker: On first arriving at the new fangled Justice League headquarters, Eel commends Injustice!Supes for making it a SupervillainLair worthy of an EvilOverlord.
* DisappearedDad: He was absent for a good period of his son's life and [[JerkAss Injustice!Superman]] calls him "A deadbeat".
* UnderestimatingBadassery: He was seen as a joke villain and joke hero by his fellow supers and his son, and yet [[spoiler:he achieved the biggest tactical victory, with no losses, against the Injustice!League, even Resistance Batman can't claim this]].
* VoluntaryShapeshifter: He is very good at this.
* WhatTheHellHero: Eel calls out Superman for his lack of mercy towards his son, when he points out that he knows what it's like to lose a son. This pushes Superman's button.
him.



[[folder: Teen Titans (Superboy, Starfire, Kid Flash, Beast Boy, Wonder Girl and Red Robin)]]
* ActionGirl: Starfire and Wonder Girl earn some massive bravery points for facing Superman head on.
* {{Animorphism}}: Beast Boy can shapeshift into many animal forms.
* CoolCrown: Starfire wears a jewelled headdress which is rather uncommon for most of her depictions.
* DiedInYourArmsTonight: Beast Boy while in Conner's arms due to the latter trying to shield him from the nuke that destroyed Metropolis.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: Starfire is an attractive female alien with orange skin.
* MsFanservice: Starfire provides some eye-candy while in her LeotardOfPower.
* NotEnoughToBury: Kid Flash's body was vaporized in Metropolis' destruction. They still make a symbolic burial for him anyway.
* PutOnABus: Pre-Retcon, [[spoiler:They were all banished to the Phantom Zone by Superman after he mortally injured Superboy and the only way to save him was turning him into a psychic phantasm on the condition that they all went with him to not interfere with his plans.]]
* [[RetCon Retcon]]: In Injustice 2, Cyborg claims that all the Titans except him and Raven died during the destruction of Metropolis.
** Even with this retcon, Starfire was added as a DLC character in Injustice 2 with characters acting like she never died.
* RookieRedRanger: Tim Drake is the NaiveNewcomer and expected to lead the Teen Titans after Dick Grayson left the team. Rather appropriately for the trope, he is in his "Red Robin" persona.
* TheTeamNormal: Red Robin is the only non-superpowered member in a group with three [[FlyingBrick Flying Bricks]], a speedster and a changeling. [[spoiler:Sadly it doesn't help much as he isn't strong enough to lift the Phantom Zone projector while the remaining powerhouses in his team are too busy fighting Superman.]]
* TrueCompanions: They stand by Superboy's side when he turns against Superman and [[spoiler:they agree being sent to the Phantom Zone to heal him rather than let him die.]]
* TwoGirlsToATeam: Wonder Girl and Starfire.
* WhatTheHellHero: Superboy calls out Superman for losing control and killing the Joker, becoming a BrokenPedestal in the process.

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[[folder: Teen Titans (Superboy, Starfire, Kid Flash, Beast Boy, Wonder Girl and Red Robin)]]
[[folder:Injustice Universe Dick Grayson]]
* ActionGirl: Starfire and Wonder Girl earn some massive bravery points for facing Superman head on.
* {{Animorphism}}: Beast Boy can shapeshift into many animal forms.
* CoolCrown: Starfire wears a jewelled headdress which
DeadpanSnarker: A frequent source of snarky commentary.
-->'''Dick:''' You know how annoying it
is rather uncommon for most when you [Batman] don't answer? I mean, you may think silence illustrates your point but it's also just kind of her depictions.
douchey.
* DiedInYourArmsTonight: Beast Boy while in Conner's arms due to the latter trying to shield him from the nuke that destroyed Metropolis.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: Starfire
DeadAlternateCounterpart: Main Nightwing is an attractive female alien with orange skin.
* MsFanservice: Starfire provides some eye-candy while in her LeotardOfPower.
* NotEnoughToBury: Kid Flash's body was vaporized in Metropolis' destruction. They
still make a symbolic burial for him anyway.
Dick Grayson.
* PutOnABus: Pre-Retcon, [[spoiler:They were all banished to the Phantom Zone by Superman after he mortally injured Superboy and the only way to save him was turning him into a psychic phantasm DeathByFallingOver: [[spoiler:And landing on the condition a rock that they all went with him to not interfere with broke his plans.neck.]]
* [[RetCon Retcon]]: In Injustice 2, Cyborg claims that all the Titans except him and Raven died during the destruction of Metropolis.
** Even with this retcon, Starfire was added as
DroppedABridgeOnHim: For a DLC character in Injustice 2 with characters acting like she never died.
* RookieRedRanger: Tim Drake is the NaiveNewcomer and expected to lead the Teen Titans after Dick Grayson left the team. Rather appropriately for the trope, he is in his "Red Robin" persona.
* TheTeamNormal: Red Robin is the only non-superpowered member in a group with three [[FlyingBrick Flying Bricks]], a speedster and a changeling. [[spoiler:Sadly it doesn't help much as he isn't strong enough to lift the Phantom Zone projector while the remaining powerhouses in his team are too busy fighting Superman.
time... [[spoiler:Not quite since Year Three #10.]]
* TrueCompanions: They stand by Superboy's side when he turns against Superman and [[spoiler:they agree being sent to DueToTheDead: [[spoiler:Even the Phantom Zone to heal him rather than let him die.inmates of Arkham Asylum bow their heads in silence out of respect for Dick as Batman carries his lifeless body.]]
* TwoGirlsToATeam: Wonder Girl {{Forgiveness}}: [[spoiler:Forgave Damian for accidentally killing him.]]
* GoodCounterpart: To Regime Nightwing.
* TheHeart: He's the only one aside from maybe Green Arrow who desires to maintain peaceful relations between Batman
and Starfire.
Superman's Regime, and is the one who suggests an EnemyMine against Solomon Grundy. [[spoiler:It's his death that marks the point of no return for the conflict between Batman and Superman.]]
* WhatTheHellHero: Superboy calls out TheMentor: As a former Robin, Nightwing teaches and instructs Damian on how to best fit the role.
* MentorOccupationalHazard: [[spoiler:Here killed by the student himself, but by accident.]]
* MoralityChain: Tried to be this to Damian. [[spoiler:With his death, there was nothing stopping Damian from embracing
Superman for losing control and killing Wonder Woman's ideology in full.]]
* NeckSnap: [[spoiler:Caused by his DeathByFallingOver]]
* OlderAndWiser: To Damian.
* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler:His death ultimately drives Damian and Bruce apart.]]
* SimpleStaff: Uses one as his weapon.
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: [[spoiler:Accidentally killed by Damian Wayne.]]
* TakeUpMySword: [[spoiler:Became
the Joker, becoming a BrokenPedestal in new Deadman at the process.last one's request.]]
* UndyingLoyalty: To Batman.



[[folder: Hawkman]]
* AdaptationalVillainy: He is a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in mainstream. Here? Not so much.
* AxCrazy: Is willing to kill anyone who will stand between him and Shiera. And brutally beats her after she doesn't want to return with him to Thanagar.
* AssholeVictim: He is severely beaten by his wife and other Regime members and told not to return. Given how he was treating them earlier, he's not the sympathetic party.
* ControlFreak: He treats his own wife as if she was a thing he owned.
-->'''Hawkgirl:''' Our kind have been slaves for generations. What makes you think you can command me as such?\\
'''Hawkman:''' Because you are my wife.
* {{Domestic Abuse}}r: Towards Shiera, though she will have none of it.
* {{Jerkass}}: Treats his wife like his property and tries to abuse her when she refuses to go with him.
* KickTheDog: See AxCrazy.
* PetTheDog: He gives his condolences to Bruce after [[spoiler:Alfred's death.]]
* TookALevelInJerkass: Hinted to have been this. As seen in the Year Four Annual, a picture of Hawkgirl having happier times with the Justice League implies that they must have been HappilyMarried and the Hall of Justice has his statue on it, implying that he also must have had happier times with them. Then, somewhere along the line, [[SanitySlippage Katar began losing it]] and would eventually become a {{Domestic Abuse}}r.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Bizarro]]
A malformed clone of Superman created by Lex Luthor.

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[[folder: Hawkman]]
* AdaptationalVillainy: He is
[[folder:Injustice Universe Black Canary]]
!!Alter Ego: Dinah Lance

Dinah Lance the fearsome Black Canary,
a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in mainstream. Here? Not so much.
* AxCrazy: Is willing to kill anyone
BadassNormal who will stand between him and Shiera. And brutally beats her after she doesn't want to return sided with him to Thanagar.
* AssholeVictim: He is severely beaten by his wife and other Regime members and told not to return. Given how he was treating them earlier, he's not the sympathetic party.
* ControlFreak: He treats his own wife as if she was a thing he owned.
-->'''Hawkgirl:''' Our kind have been slaves for generations. What makes you think you can command me as such?\\
'''Hawkman:''' Because you are my wife.
* {{Domestic Abuse}}r: Towards Shiera, though she will have none of it.
* {{Jerkass}}: Treats his wife like his property and tries to abuse her when she refuses to go with him.
* KickTheDog: See AxCrazy.
* PetTheDog: He gives his condolences to Bruce after [[spoiler:Alfred's death.]]
* TookALevelInJerkass: Hinted to have been this. As seen in the Year Four Annual, a picture of Hawkgirl having happier times with the Justice League implies that they must have been HappilyMarried and the Hall of Justice has his statue on it, implying that he also must have had happier times with them. Then, somewhere along the line, [[SanitySlippage Katar began losing it]] and would eventually become a {{Domestic Abuse}}r.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Bizarro]]
A malformed clone of
Batman against Superman created by Lex Luthor.and later participated in the Insurgency.



* BerserkButton: Do ''not'' tell him that he isn't Superman.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: After finishing lunch at a fast food restaurant, he absentmindedly tosses his trash away and hits a mercenary, who gets angry and attacks him. [[spoiler:It doesn't end well for the merc]].
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:By brainwashed Doomsday, controlled by Lex Luthor, to cover his tracks, though the latter is upset that he has to do that.]]
* ManChild: As he is an imperfect clone of Superman, he is childlike and isn't malicious. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, he becomes a PsychopathicManchild after the incident in the restaurant.]]
* ObliviouslyEvil: He becomes more and more of this, as he [[spoiler:destroys the restaurant with heat vision and unwittingly kills Trickster by releasing him while flying...]]

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* BerserkButton: Do ''not'' tell him that he isn't Superman.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: After finishing lunch at a fast food restaurant, he absentmindedly tosses his trash away and hits a mercenary, who gets angry and attacks him. [[spoiler:It doesn't end well for the merc]].
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:By brainwashed Doomsday, controlled by Lex Luthor, to cover his tracks,
EarnYourHappyEnding: [[spoiler:Even though she was fated to die, Dr. Fate intervened and sent her to an alternate earth to be with an Oliver Queen who lost his Dinah Lance, stating she's earned the latter is upset that he has right to do that.be happy.]]
* ManChild: EmpoweredBadassNormal: She is a skilled marital artist with a Sonic Shriek, however once she takes the Super-Pill, she [[spoiler:can fight Superman himself]].
* MsFanservice: In the comics, she is a curvy woman in a {{Stripperific}} outfit with fishnet stockings that show off her legs.
As he a result, she is an imperfect clone a ''major'' source of Superman, he is childlike eye candy.
* MuggingTheMonster: Spares no opportunity to berate
and isn't malicious. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, he becomes antagonise Superman during Year Two. It doesn't end well for her.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler:Broadcasts Superman killing her and wearing
a PsychopathicManchild Sinestro Corps ring to the world in an attempt to discredit him in their eyes. Mostly she just makes them afraid of him, giving him a massive power source that allows him to and kill Ganthet and Mogo, after he [[NoSell shrugged off]] direct hits from both. She and Oracle cost the incident in the restaurant.Insurgency any chance of victory.]]
* ObliviouslyEvil: He becomes more and more of this, as he [[spoiler:destroys the restaurant {{Revenge}}: She wants vengeance for Green Arrow's death.
* SomeoneToRememberHimBy: She was pregnant
with heat vision Oliver Queen's child [[spoiler:when Superman killed him. She later gave birth to a baby boy]].
* ThouShaltNotKill: She hates Superman
and unwittingly kills Trickster by releasing dearly wishes him while flying...]]dead, but Batman asks her not to kill him, [[spoiler:she later keeps her word and after defeating Superman with a Kryptonite Bullet she summons Ganthet, but she turns her back and Superman gets a Yellow Ring that frees him enough so that he can kill her with his laser vision]].
* ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend: When she, Ollie and Hal Jordan visited a bar and a guy tried to hit on her and later attacked Ollie, she told that guy that only ''she'', gets to "touch him inappropriately."



[[folder: Injustice Universe Green Lantern Corps]]
* BadassArmy: When they attack in full force.
* BigGood: Ganthet and Guy Gardner unexpectedly take on this role since Hal Jordan is busy being a jerk and John Stewart is too loyal to Hal, to the detriment of the corps [[spoiler:and finally Stewart himself when Sinestro murders him]].
* CharactersDroppingLikeFlies: An incredible number of them die in the course of the comics: [[spoiler:Kyle Rayner, John Stewart, Mogo, Ganthet, Guy Gardner, Kilowog]].
* CurbStompBattle: They actually acquit themselves well but the minute they are over-matched by unexpected factors, they go down quickly. First its the Sinestro Corps unexpectedly intervening in a clash against Superman, later it's a Yellow Ring powered Superman who inflicts massive damage.
* GeniusLoci: Mogo, who as we all know, doesn't socialize.
* HeelFaceDoorSlam: [[spoiler:John Stewart springs Hal Jordan free because he doesn't entirely agree with the methods used by the Guardians in targeting Earth for war. During the conflict, John tries to be by-the-book standing alongside Hal and Superman, but Sinestro knows he's too noble to entirely turn over. So he kills him, falsely claiming that Gardner did it in a BatmanGambit to make Hal murder Gardner]].

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[[folder: Injustice Universe Green Lantern Corps]]
[[folder:Commissioner James Gordon]]
* BadassArmy: When they attack in full force.
* BigGood: Ganthet and Guy Gardner unexpectedly take on
EmpoweredBadassNormal: After ingesting the super pill. [[spoiler:Subverted. That pill accelerated his cancer even further with his body deteriorating rapidly. He knew it would do this role since Hal Jordan is busy being a jerk though.]]
* FirstNameBasis: Subverted. [[spoiler:In his final moments, he
and John Stewart is too loyal to Hal, to Batman speak over the detriment intercom and he still calls him Batman]]:
-->'''Batman:''' It's Bruce.\\
'''Commissioner James Gordon:''' No, [[SecretIdentityIdentity it was never Bruce]].
* KnightInSourArmor: As most of his more recent incarnations.
* LaResistance: The leader
of the corps [[spoiler:and finally Stewart himself when Sinestro murders him]].
* CharactersDroppingLikeFlies: An incredible number of them die
same in Gotham during the course prequel comics of Year Two.
* SecretKeeper: He reveals to Barbara in Year Two that he knew her Double Life, her secret headquarters and even Batman's identity all along but had kept it secret
the comics: [[spoiler:Kyle Rayner, John Stewart, Mogo, Ganthet, Guy Gardner, Kilowog]].
whole time.
* CurbStompBattle: They actually acquit themselves well but the minute they are over-matched by unexpected factors, they go down quickly. First its the Sinestro Corps unexpectedly intervening in a clash against Superman, later it's a Yellow Ring powered Superman who inflicts massive damage.
* GeniusLoci: Mogo, who
UndyingLoyalty: To Batman, as we all know, doesn't socialize.
well.
* HeelFaceDoorSlam: [[spoiler:John Stewart springs Hal Jordan free because he doesn't entirely agree with the methods used by the Guardians in targeting Earth for war. During the conflict, John tries to be by-the-book standing alongside Hal and Superman, but Sinestro YourDaysAreNumbered: [[spoiler:He knows he's too noble to entirely turn over. So he kills him, falsely claiming that Gardner did it in a BatmanGambit to make Hal murder Gardner]].he is dying of lung cancer.]]



[[folder: Injustice Universe Guy Gardner]]

The third human Green Lantern on active duty. He's much more brash and stand-offish than Hal Jordan and Kyle Rayner. However, the situation changes when Sinestro allies with Superman and Guy, to everyone's surprise including his own, steps up to the plate.

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[[folder: Injustice [[folder:Injustice Universe Guy Gardner]]

The third human Green Lantern on active duty. He's much more brash
Kalibak]]
* AdaptationalVillainy: A mild case. While Kalibak ''is'' a villain, he's sometimes also portrayed as semi-tragic
and stand-offish sympathetic, and also far ''less'' evil than Hal Jordan and Kyle Rayner. However, his father [[EvilOverlord Darkseid]]. Here, not so much.
* AlienInvasion: Leads one on Earth in
the situation changes when Sinestro allies with prequel comic.
* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:Even though it was murder, Kalibak is far from a sympathetic victim here.]]
* BeardOfEvil: As ever, a big, thick mane-like one.
* BreakThemByTalking: Gleefully gives one to
Superman during his AlienInvasion where he mocks his morality and Guy, ThouShaltNotKill policies, which is what manages to everyone's surprise including finally [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope send Superman over the edge in full.]] [[TooDumbToLive Kalibak is actually surprised by this.]]
* TheBrute: Clearly still more brawn than brains.
* BullyingADragon: And ''how''.
* CurbStompBattle: On the receiving end of one from Superman.
* HotBloodedSideburns
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:By Superman. He was immortal, but not completely.]]
* OhCrap: His reaction upon realizing that he's dealing with a KnightTemplar Superman.
-->'''Kalibak:''' Oh... [[SymbolSwearing ***]].
* SuperStrength: Doesn't save him from Superman, though.
* ThisCannotBe: When Superman loses it [[spoiler:and then kills him.]]
* TooDumbToLive: Besides the BullyingADragon, there's also
his own, steps up to foolishly goading Superman into JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope, whereas if he'd kept his mouth shut, his invasion may have just been successful or at the plate.very least, done more damage.
* VillainHasAPoint: The reason his words finally convince Superman to stop adhering to ThouShaltNotKill is that they ring true. Apokolips keeps invading and supervillains keep re-offending because they know the worst superheroes will do to them is beat them up a little -- intimidating to a common street thug, but a questionable deterrent for those who also have superpowers. And on top of that, he points out that by doing so, he shows more concern for the lives of his enemies than those of the people he's protecting, and that an AlienInvasion by Apokolips plays by different rules than regular supervillain battles, making a no-kill rule burdensome at best.
-->'''Kalibak:''' If you're not prepared to take a life -- then you can't possibly fight a war!
* WellDoneSonGuy: As always, he seems to seek his father's approval.
[[/folder]]


[[folder:John Constantine]]
-->''"Revenge--that's what I'm good at. I've brought down demons, monsters, and actual gods. I'm going to kick the man of steel in the bollocks!"''



* EtTuBrute: [[spoiler:When Hal Jordan corners him, Guy tells him that he still has a chance to turn back and be TheParagon for the Green Lanterns, Hal ends up ripping his ring arm off and dropping the powerless Guy Gardner towards Earth from the stratosphere, his last expression being one of heartbroken betrayal]].
* HourglassPlot: Hal Jordan is supposed to be TheAce of the Green Lanterns while Guy Gardner is a showboat rogue who disrespects the authorities. Then Hal Jordan starts supporting Superman's takeover of Earth, proving to be a great coward while Guy Gardner ends up becoming what Hal Jordan used to be.
* NoRespectGuy: When Guy Gardner tries to appeal to Superman to back off his KnightTemplar behaviour, [[JerkAss Superman tells Guy]] that [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall he was always a disgrace and an embarrassment to the Justice League]].
* OnlySaneMan: Of all people, he ends up becoming this for everyone. He criticizes Superman and Hal Jordan but also tries to calm down Ganthet and the Guardians.

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* EtTuBrute: [[spoiler:When Hal Jordan corners him, Guy tells him that he still ActionDad: This version of Constantine has a chance to turn back daughter and be TheParagon he's going to make Superman pay for robbing her of a childhood.
* BadassBoast: Claims he's going [[GroinAttack kick Superman in
the Green Lanterns, Hal ends up ripping bollocks]].
* DealWithTheDevil: He sold a piece of
his ring arm soul and it made it's way to Trigon, who will torture him for a few thousand years and take great pleasure in it.
* GiveHimANormalLife: John mentions he stayed as far out of Rose's life as he could without being completely separated so she didn't get his enemies.
* ManipulativeBastard: Goads Batman into going
off and dropping into facing the powerless Guy Gardner towards Earth Spectre because he needs him to be the man he used to be before Superman broke his spine. Also tries to manipulate Trigon by claiming to be looking into whose holding Raven when he's the one who bound her.
** The final comic of Year Three reveals that [[spoiler:he was plotting
from the stratosphere, his last expression being one start to get rid of heartbroken betrayal]].
* HourglassPlot: Hal Jordan is supposed
Trigon to be TheAce of the Green Lanterns while Guy Gardner is a showboat rogue who disrespects the authorities. Then Hal Jordan starts supporting Superman's takeover of Earth, proving save himself from going to be a great coward while Guy Gardner ends up becoming what Hal Jordan used to be.
Hell]].
* NoRespectGuy: When Guy Gardner tries to appeal to {{Revenge}}: He wants revenge on Superman to back off for oppressing his KnightTemplar behaviour, [[JerkAss Superman tells Guy]] that [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall he was always a disgrace daughter.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:He leaves with Rose after Dr. Fate
and an embarrassment to the Justice League]].
* OnlySaneMan: Of all people, he ends up becoming this for everyone. He criticizes Superman
Shazam dealt with Trigon and Hal Jordan but also tries to calm down Ganthet and the Guardians.
Mxyzptlk.]]



[[folder:Injustice Universe Ganthet]]

One of the Guardians of the Universe, Ganthet is the most engaged in the defense and well-being of Earth and is concerned about Superman's growing totalitarianism.

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[[folder:Injustice Universe Ganthet]]

One of the Guardians of the Universe, Ganthet
[[folder:Swamp Thing]]
Once a human biologist known as Alec Holland, Swamp Thing
is the most engaged in the defense and well-being of Earth and is concerned about Superman's growing totalitarianism.a living elemental who protects plant life from destruction.



* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: He's revered by the Green Lantern Corps and is a major powerhouse, killing several Sinestro Corpsmen single handedly.
* AdaptationalBadass: He is more proactive in the battlefield than his main version.
* BystanderSyndrome: Claims to have witnessed the rise and fall of civilisations; as Superman notes, this actually means he and the other Guardians witnessed the downfall of worlds and did nothing to help or stop them from falling... including Krypton.
%%* CoolOldGuy
* CurbStompBattle: He gives one to Superman, Sinestro and wallops Shazam.
** [[spoiler:He receives one when Superman armed with a Yellow Lantern fear ring attacks him with full force. He and Mogo, get hurled into the Sun.]]
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: [[spoiler:Superman hurls him towards Mogo, armed with a Yellow Lantern and then keeps them pinned down and flies them both into the Sun]]
* DisappointedInYou: [[spoiler:He expresses this to Hal Jordan and Sinestro, stating that it was a mistake to ever give them the rings to start with]].
* FailureHero: Whether due to insane tunnel vision or arrogantly underestimating his opponents, he fails to persuade Superman not to continue on his new path and his subsequent attempts to stop him only make the situation worse, including getting a large bulk of the Green Lantern Corps captured or killed by the Regime, facilitating Sinestro's corruption of Hal Jordan into a member of the Sinestro Corps and ultimately getting himself killed as well.
* FrontlineGeneral: Unlike other Guardians, Ganthet actively fights beside the Corps and issues major damage. Probably why he is so respected by them.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: While him taking away Hal Jordan's ring was justified, he chose the absolute worst moment to do it -- namely when Hal was several miles in the air ''and'' holding Carol Ferris. As a result, Hal was forced to accept a yellow power ring to save Carol's life, something he more than likely would not have done otherwise.
* PragmaticHero: Fully willing to use deadly force on the Sinestro corpsmen.
* WhatTheHellHero: Gets one from Superman and Hal Jordan for apparently letting Krypton and its population explode, refusing to intervene and save them.

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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: He's revered by the Green Lantern Corps BadassBoast: "Cross me, and is a major powerhouse, killing several Sinestro Corpsmen single handedly.
* AdaptationalBadass: He is more proactive in the battlefield than his main version.
* BystanderSyndrome: Claims to have witnessed the rise and fall
you will fear every tree. Every blade of civilisations; as Superman notes, this actually means he and the other Guardians witnessed the downfall of worlds and did nothing to help or stop them from falling... including Krypton.grass."
* BaldOfAwesome: Justified because he's not human anymore.

%%* CoolOldGuy
* CurbStompBattle: He gives one to Superman, Sinestro and wallops Shazam.
** [[spoiler:He receives one when
BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: Not personally, but he joins the Regime out of admiration for Superman armed with a Yellow Lantern fear ring attacks him with full force. He and Mogo, get hurled into the Sun.Luthor's eco-friendly policies.
* FaceDeathWithDignity: [[spoiler:When he begins to fade out of existence, he accepts it and tells Flash to go and save himself.
]]
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: [[spoiler:Superman hurls him towards Mogo, armed with a Yellow Lantern and then keeps them pinned {{Foreshadowing}}: Asserts that he knows Constantine too well to believe he's trying to bring down and flies them both into the Sun]]
* DisappointedInYou: [[spoiler:He expresses this to Hal Jordan and Sinestro, stating that it was a mistake to ever give them the rings to start with]].
* FailureHero: Whether due to insane tunnel vision or arrogantly underestimating his opponents, he fails to persuade
Superman not to continue on his new path out of altruism, and his subsequent attempts that he must have some selfish motivation... which turns out to stop him only make the situation worse, including getting a large bulk of the Green Lantern Corps captured or killed by the Regime, facilitating Sinestro's corruption of Hal Jordan into a member of the Sinestro Corps and ultimately getting himself killed as well.be true.
* FrontlineGeneral: Unlike other Guardians, Ganthet actively fights beside GaiasVengeance: Threatens Constantine with this if he doesn't stay clear of the Corps and issues major damage. Probably why he is so respected by them.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: While him taking away Hal Jordan's ring was justified, he chose the absolute worst moment to do it -- namely when Hal was several miles in the air ''and'' holding Carol Ferris. As a result, Hal was forced to accept a yellow power ring to save Carol's life, something he more than likely would not have done otherwise.
* PragmaticHero: Fully willing to use deadly force on the Sinestro corpsmen.
* WhatTheHellHero: Gets one from Superman and Hal Jordan for apparently letting Krypton and its population explode, refusing to intervene and save them.
Green.
* GreenThumb: As ever, his powers involve this.
* InHarmonyWithNature: Has roots on his face and chest and shaggy moss growing on his shoulders.
* LetsYouAndHimFight: Deadman's solution to stop him during the climactic battle of Year Three is to sic Poison Ivy on him.
* NotInThisForYourRevolution: States upfront he doesn't care about Superman ruling the world, not enough to attack his enemies unless they cross him somehow; he only got involved in the conflict in the first place to protect the Green, and took Superman's side because he respected the Man of Steel for furthering the cause of green energy and putting an end to humanity's reliance on fossil fuels.
* ShipTease: Shares a HeadbuttOfLove with Poison Ivy.
* VillainRespect: Inverted. He admires Regime Superman's environmentalist policies, stating that he's doing more for the environment than any before him.
* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Again, inverted. When told that Superman is enslaving humanity, he bluntly replies that he doesn't care what happens to humanity; he sees them as being just one species on Earth, who deserve no more priority than any other.



[[folder:Green Lantern Kilowog]]
* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: His skin is pink.
* TheCameo: In addition to appearing in Green Lantern Hal Jordan's victory cutscene, he is also shown fighting Atrocitus in the background of the Metropolis stage. He also appears in one of Green Lantern's S.T.A.R. Labs missions.
* {{Flight}}: As with all other wielders of a Green Lantern Ring.
* TheHeroDies: [[spoiler:Dies in Plastic Man's PrisonBreak. Sinestro blazes through his heart with a yellow beam before he activates the Green Lantern ring. But thanks to him, his fellow Green Lanterns escape]].
* LightIsGood: As would be expected of a Green Lantern.
* TheMenFirst: Kilowog is perfectly willing to surrender to Superman in an early clash, provided his fellow Lanterns are unarmed and their sick and wounded are treated.
* WorthyOpponent: [[spoiler:In a odd way, Sinestro going StraightForTheCommander and killing him before he activates his ring. Sinestro isn't about to forget that in the last engagement, Kilowog's contingent beat Sinestro and his Corps and it's only Superman's arrival that saved him]].

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[[folder:Green Lantern Kilowog]]
[[folder:The Spectre]]

The detective Jim Corrigan on his death became absorbed into the Spectre, the force of righteous anger, vengeance and justice who often punishes the guilty in cruel ways.
----
* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: His skin is pink.
* TheCameo: In addition
CoolSword: Uses it to appearing in Green Lantern Hal Jordan's victory cutscene, he is also shown fighting Atrocitus [[spoiler:Kill Deadman and the Phantom Stranger]].
* GrandTheftMe: [[spoiler:His identity was hijacked by Mr. Mxyzptlk and Jim Corrigan was given a fake Jokerized treatment and sent to Arkham]]
* HeroKiller: [[spoiler:Killed Jason Blood, Ragman, Deadman, and the Phantom Stranger.]]
* KnightTemplar: He was this
in the background of regular universe, in the Metropolis stage. He also appears in one of Green Lantern's S.T.A.R. Labs missions.
* {{Flight}}: As with all other wielders of a Green Lantern Ring.
* TheHeroDies: [[spoiler:Dies in Plastic Man's PrisonBreak. Sinestro blazes through his heart with a yellow beam before
injustice universe he activates the Green Lantern ring. But thanks to him, his fellow Green Lanterns escape]].
* LightIsGood: As would be expected of a Green Lantern.
* TheMenFirst: Kilowog is perfectly willing to surrender to
sees Injustice Superman in an early clash, provided and becomes his fellow Lanterns are unarmed magical guardian and their sick and wounded are treated.
* WorthyOpponent: [[spoiler:In a odd way, Sinestro going StraightForTheCommander and killing him before he activates his ring. Sinestro isn't about to forget
cheerleader. [[spoiler:Slightly subverted in that in he may not be Jim Corrigan's Spectre after all]].
* RedHerring: [[spoiler:Given
the last engagement, Kilowog's contingent beat Sinestro Slasher Smile he gives Deadman and his Corps the fact that Jim Corrigan has been Jokerized and sent to Arkham, it almost seems that the Joker is Back From The Dead, but it turns out it's only Superman's arrival that saved him]].actually Mxyzptlk.]]
* WhamLine: Boston Brand/Deadman wonders why Jim Corrigan is acting strange, [[spoiler:"You are not Jim Corrigan are you?"]]
* WhamShot: The minute after Deadman says the above line, [[spoiler:The Spectre gives him a SlasherSmile]].


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[[folder: Spoiler Character]]
! Mr. Mxyzptlk

A fifth-dimension being, Mr. Mxyzptlk is a constant foe of Superman. A Trickster by nature, he uses his phenomenal powers to test Superman. He has been posing as The Spectre after hijacking the identity of Jim Corrigan, the former host.
----
* AdaptationalBadass: Most incarnations of Mxyzptlk are tricksters and not fighters. This Myx shows just how dangerous he can be when he decides to cut loose, being able to go toe-to-toe with ''Trigon''.
* CigarChomper: He is lighting a stogie as he floats over Trigon's body. He deserves it.
* GrandTheftMe: He's been impersonating the Spectre, protecting Superman the whole time.
* GreaterScopeVillain: Shaping up to be one for Year Three. He is the one of the very few who overpower Superman by a wide margin.
* KarmicTrickster: True to form, Mr. Mxyzptlk has been posing as Superman's Guardian and cheerleader in the guise of Spectre.
* PhysicalGod: Given that he's a fifth-dimensional being, "physical" is strictly speaking not meant in the typical sense. But he's powerful enough to take out The Phantom Stranger, the first Spectre and Trigon the Terrible. He doesn't mess around.
* SlasherSmile: Flashes a brilliant one when Boston Brand figures out that he's not Jim Corrigan.
* TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou: His motivation for protecting Superman. He doesn't want anyone to kill him because he views Superman as a WorthyOpponent and it wouldn't be as fun without him. As Hal puts it:
-->'''Hal:''' So you're willing to fight the devil himself in order to keep pranking Superman.
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Implied by Trigon that hijacking the Spectre is slowly corrupting Mxyptlik.
* WorthyOpponent: Views Superman as this, which is why he's protecting him.
-->'''Mxyptlik:''' I've been across five dimensions and hundreds of worlds, and there is ''one'' person worthy of my attention. One person whose forthright disposition makes him the '''perfect''' choice for my fun: '''Superman'''. I ''refuse'' to live in a multiverse without him.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Plastic Man]]
! ComicBook/PlasticMan

Eel O'Brien is a former criminal turned superhero. Formerly a friend and associate of the Justice League, he comes to oppose the Regime after they arrest his son, Luke [=McDonnagh=]
----
* AntiHero: Eel was formerly an example of a Type II but compared to the KnightTemplar Regime of the ex-Heroes, he's far more likable.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: He's a very funny guy. And just as dangerous.
* DeadpanSnarker: On first arriving at the new fangled Justice League headquarters, Eel commends Injustice!Supes for making it a SupervillainLair worthy of an EvilOverlord.
* DisappearedDad: He was absent for a good period of his son's life and [[JerkAss Injustice!Superman]] calls him "A deadbeat".
* UnderestimatingBadassery: He was seen as a joke villain and joke hero by his fellow supers and his son, and yet [[spoiler:he achieved the biggest tactical victory, with no losses, against the Injustice!League, even Resistance Batman can't claim this]].
* VoluntaryShapeshifter: He is very good at this.
* WhatTheHellHero: Eel calls out Superman for his lack of mercy towards his son, when he points out that he knows what it's like to lose a son. This pushes Superman's button.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Teen Titans (Superboy, Starfire, Kid Flash, Beast Boy, Wonder Girl and Red Robin)]]
* ActionGirl: Starfire and Wonder Girl earn some massive bravery points for facing Superman head on.
* {{Animorphism}}: Beast Boy can shapeshift into many animal forms.
* CoolCrown: Starfire wears a jewelled headdress which is rather uncommon for most of her depictions.
* DiedInYourArmsTonight: Beast Boy while in Conner's arms due to the latter trying to shield him from the nuke that destroyed Metropolis.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: Starfire is an attractive female alien with orange skin.
* MsFanservice: Starfire provides some eye-candy while in her LeotardOfPower.
* NotEnoughToBury: Kid Flash's body was vaporized in Metropolis' destruction. They still make a symbolic burial for him anyway.
* PutOnABus: Pre-Retcon, [[spoiler:They were all banished to the Phantom Zone by Superman after he mortally injured Superboy and the only way to save him was turning him into a psychic phantasm on the condition that they all went with him to not interfere with his plans.]]
* [[RetCon Retcon]]: In Injustice 2, Cyborg claims that all the Titans except him and Raven died during the destruction of Metropolis.
** Even with this retcon, Starfire was added as a DLC character in Injustice 2 with characters acting like she never died.
* RookieRedRanger: Tim Drake is the NaiveNewcomer and expected to lead the Teen Titans after Dick Grayson left the team. Rather appropriately for the trope, he is in his "Red Robin" persona.
* TheTeamNormal: Red Robin is the only non-superpowered member in a group with three [[FlyingBrick Flying Bricks]], a speedster and a changeling. [[spoiler:Sadly it doesn't help much as he isn't strong enough to lift the Phantom Zone projector while the remaining powerhouses in his team are too busy fighting Superman.]]
* TrueCompanions: They stand by Superboy's side when he turns against Superman and [[spoiler:they agree being sent to the Phantom Zone to heal him rather than let him die.]]
* TwoGirlsToATeam: Wonder Girl and Starfire.
* WhatTheHellHero: Superboy calls out Superman for losing control and killing the Joker, becoming a BrokenPedestal in the process.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Hawkman]]
* AdaptationalVillainy: He is a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in mainstream. Here? Not so much.
* AxCrazy: Is willing to kill anyone who will stand between him and Shiera. And brutally beats her after she doesn't want to return with him to Thanagar.
* AssholeVictim: He is severely beaten by his wife and other Regime members and told not to return. Given how he was treating them earlier, he's not the sympathetic party.
* ControlFreak: He treats his own wife as if she was a thing he owned.
-->'''Hawkgirl:''' Our kind have been slaves for generations. What makes you think you can command me as such?\\
'''Hawkman:''' Because you are my wife.
* {{Domestic Abuse}}r: Towards Shiera, though she will have none of it.
* {{Jerkass}}: Treats his wife like his property and tries to abuse her when she refuses to go with him.
* KickTheDog: See AxCrazy.
* PetTheDog: He gives his condolences to Bruce after [[spoiler:Alfred's death.]]
* TookALevelInJerkass: Hinted to have been this. As seen in the Year Four Annual, a picture of Hawkgirl having happier times with the Justice League implies that they must have been HappilyMarried and the Hall of Justice has his statue on it, implying that he also must have had happier times with them. Then, somewhere along the line, [[SanitySlippage Katar began losing it]] and would eventually become a {{Domestic Abuse}}r.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Bizarro]]
A malformed clone of Superman created by Lex Luthor.
----
* BerserkButton: Do ''not'' tell him that he isn't Superman.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: After finishing lunch at a fast food restaurant, he absentmindedly tosses his trash away and hits a mercenary, who gets angry and attacks him. [[spoiler:It doesn't end well for the merc]].
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:By brainwashed Doomsday, controlled by Lex Luthor, to cover his tracks, though the latter is upset that he has to do that.]]
* ManChild: As he is an imperfect clone of Superman, he is childlike and isn't malicious. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, he becomes a PsychopathicManchild after the incident in the restaurant.]]
* ObliviouslyEvil: He becomes more and more of this, as he [[spoiler:destroys the restaurant with heat vision and unwittingly kills Trickster by releasing him while flying...]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Injustice Universe Green Lantern Corps]]
* BadassArmy: When they attack in full force.
* BigGood: Ganthet and Guy Gardner unexpectedly take on this role since Hal Jordan is busy being a jerk and John Stewart is too loyal to Hal, to the detriment of the corps [[spoiler:and finally Stewart himself when Sinestro murders him]].
* CharactersDroppingLikeFlies: An incredible number of them die in the course of the comics: [[spoiler:Kyle Rayner, John Stewart, Mogo, Ganthet, Guy Gardner, Kilowog]].
* CurbStompBattle: They actually acquit themselves well but the minute they are over-matched by unexpected factors, they go down quickly. First its the Sinestro Corps unexpectedly intervening in a clash against Superman, later it's a Yellow Ring powered Superman who inflicts massive damage.
* GeniusLoci: Mogo, who as we all know, doesn't socialize.
* HeelFaceDoorSlam: [[spoiler:John Stewart springs Hal Jordan free because he doesn't entirely agree with the methods used by the Guardians in targeting Earth for war. During the conflict, John tries to be by-the-book standing alongside Hal and Superman, but Sinestro knows he's too noble to entirely turn over. So he kills him, falsely claiming that Gardner did it in a BatmanGambit to make Hal murder Gardner]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Injustice Universe Guy Gardner]]

The third human Green Lantern on active duty. He's much more brash and stand-offish than Hal Jordan and Kyle Rayner. However, the situation changes when Sinestro allies with Superman and Guy, to everyone's surprise including his own, steps up to the plate.
----
* EtTuBrute: [[spoiler:When Hal Jordan corners him, Guy tells him that he still has a chance to turn back and be TheParagon for the Green Lanterns, Hal ends up ripping his ring arm off and dropping the powerless Guy Gardner towards Earth from the stratosphere, his last expression being one of heartbroken betrayal]].
* HourglassPlot: Hal Jordan is supposed to be TheAce of the Green Lanterns while Guy Gardner is a showboat rogue who disrespects the authorities. Then Hal Jordan starts supporting Superman's takeover of Earth, proving to be a great coward while Guy Gardner ends up becoming what Hal Jordan used to be.
* NoRespectGuy: When Guy Gardner tries to appeal to Superman to back off his KnightTemplar behaviour, [[JerkAss Superman tells Guy]] that [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall he was always a disgrace and an embarrassment to the Justice League]].
* OnlySaneMan: Of all people, he ends up becoming this for everyone. He criticizes Superman and Hal Jordan but also tries to calm down Ganthet and the Guardians.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Injustice Universe Ganthet]]

One of the Guardians of the Universe, Ganthet is the most engaged in the defense and well-being of Earth and is concerned about Superman's growing totalitarianism.
----
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: He's revered by the Green Lantern Corps and is a major powerhouse, killing several Sinestro Corpsmen single handedly.
* AdaptationalBadass: He is more proactive in the battlefield than his main version.
* BystanderSyndrome: Claims to have witnessed the rise and fall of civilisations; as Superman notes, this actually means he and the other Guardians witnessed the downfall of worlds and did nothing to help or stop them from falling... including Krypton.
%%* CoolOldGuy
* CurbStompBattle: He gives one to Superman, Sinestro and wallops Shazam.
** [[spoiler:He receives one when Superman armed with a Yellow Lantern fear ring attacks him with full force. He and Mogo, get hurled into the Sun.]]
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: [[spoiler:Superman hurls him towards Mogo, armed with a Yellow Lantern and then keeps them pinned down and flies them both into the Sun]]
* DisappointedInYou: [[spoiler:He expresses this to Hal Jordan and Sinestro, stating that it was a mistake to ever give them the rings to start with]].
* FailureHero: Whether due to insane tunnel vision or arrogantly underestimating his opponents, he fails to persuade Superman not to continue on his new path and his subsequent attempts to stop him only make the situation worse, including getting a large bulk of the Green Lantern Corps captured or killed by the Regime, facilitating Sinestro's corruption of Hal Jordan into a member of the Sinestro Corps and ultimately getting himself killed as well.
* FrontlineGeneral: Unlike other Guardians, Ganthet actively fights beside the Corps and issues major damage. Probably why he is so respected by them.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: While him taking away Hal Jordan's ring was justified, he chose the absolute worst moment to do it -- namely when Hal was several miles in the air ''and'' holding Carol Ferris. As a result, Hal was forced to accept a yellow power ring to save Carol's life, something he more than likely would not have done otherwise.
* PragmaticHero: Fully willing to use deadly force on the Sinestro corpsmen.
* WhatTheHellHero: Gets one from Superman and Hal Jordan for apparently letting Krypton and its population explode, refusing to intervene and save them.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Green Lantern Kilowog]]
* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: His skin is pink.
* TheCameo: In addition to appearing in Green Lantern Hal Jordan's victory cutscene, he is also shown fighting Atrocitus in the background of the Metropolis stage. He also appears in one of Green Lantern's S.T.A.R. Labs missions.
* {{Flight}}: As with all other wielders of a Green Lantern Ring.
* TheHeroDies: [[spoiler:Dies in Plastic Man's PrisonBreak. Sinestro blazes through his heart with a yellow beam before he activates the Green Lantern ring. But thanks to him, his fellow Green Lanterns escape]].
* LightIsGood: As would be expected of a Green Lantern.
* TheMenFirst: Kilowog is perfectly willing to surrender to Superman in an early clash, provided his fellow Lanterns are unarmed and their sick and wounded are treated.
* WorthyOpponent: [[spoiler:In a odd way, Sinestro going StraightForTheCommander and killing him before he activates his ring. Sinestro isn't about to forget that in the last engagement, Kilowog's contingent beat Sinestro and his Corps and it's only Superman's arrival that saved him]].
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* DrivenToSuicide: Eventually revealed to have taken his life during Year 3. This is retconned in the ''Injustice 2'' where he shows up alive, but still emotionally and physically crippled.

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* DrivenToSuicide: Eventually Iris revealed him to have taken his own life during Year 3. This is retconned disproved in the ''Injustice 2'' where he shows up alive, but still emotionally and physically crippled.



* RetCon: Despite committing suicide in Year 3, he shows up alive in the follow up ''Injustice 2''.


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* TookALevelInJerkass: Hinted to have been this. As seen in the Year Four Annual, a picture of Hawkgirl having happier times with the Justice League implies that they must have been HappilyMarried and the Hall of Justice has his statue on it, implying that he also must have had happier times with them. Then, somewhere along the line, [[SanitySlippage Katar began losing it]] and would eventually become a {{Domestic Abuse}}r.
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