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This page is for listing tropes related to heroes unaffiliated with the Justice League or the Team in the animated series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.

For other characters that appear in the series, see the [[Characters/YoungJustice Young Justice Character Index]].

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[[folder:The Justice Society of America]]
A precursor to the modern Justice League. While most have only appeared in flashbacks, a few show up [[OldSuperhero in the present day.]]

[[WMG: DoctorFate (Kent Nelson)]]
->Voiced by: Creator/EdwardAsner

* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: He'll remain within Fate's mask until a proper replacement for him is found. Though as of "Misplaced", [[spoiler: Nabu has released him to the afterlife.]]
* CoolHelmet
* CoolOldGuy
* DeathByAdaptation
* OldSuperhero
* OrderVersusChaos: The good doctor works for the Lords of Order.
* ShipperOnDeck: He seems to think Wally and Artemis would make a great couple, too bad they hate each other.
** He seems to be saying this is why it would ''work'', as his own wife Inza apparently never let him get away with anything.
* VoiceOfTheLegion: Nabu, while possessing a living body.

[[WMG: Franchise/TheFlash I (Jay Garrick)]]
->Voiced by: Geoff Pierson

* BrownEyes
* HappilyMarried
* OldSuperhero: The original Flash, [[RetiredBadass retired]].
* SuperSpeed

[[WMG: Franchise/GreenLantern (Alan Scott)]]
* ImaginationBasedSuperpower

[[WMG: Wildcat (Ted Grant)]]
* BadassNormal

[[WMG: [[SandmanMysteryTheatre The Sandman]] (Wesley Dodds)]]
* GasMaskLongcoat

[[WMG: ComicBook/RedTornado]]
->See [[{{Characters/YoungJustice-JusticeLeague}} Justice League]].

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Atlantis]]
[[WMG: Queen Mera]]
->Voiced by: KathSoucie

* BareYourMidriff
* ElementalPowers
* FunctionalMagic
* HappilyMarried
* HotTeacher
* PregnantBadass
* RapunzelHair: Even tied in a ponytail it reaches to her waist.
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Aside from being the Queen of Atlantis, she runs the Conservatory of Sorcery and is one of the head instructors.
* ShapingYourAttacks: Crafts water constructs in the shape of sea creatures, such as massive CombatTentacles.
* SignificantGreenEyedRedhead

[[WMG: Topo]]
-> Voiced By: Creator/JamesArnoldTaylor

* {{Cthulhumanoid}}
* EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods
* FantasticRacism: The victim of it in the tie-in comic. He's referred to as a "fish head" by the Atlantean purists...
* MarkOfShame: ... who then brand him with a phrase in ancient Atlantean that means "impure."
* MundaneUtility: Uses his Atlantean sorcery for the purpose creating art.
* SmokeOut: He uses a variation using octopus ink in the tie-in comics.

[[WMG: Lori Lemaris]]
-> Voiced By: Creator/KathSoucie

* AscendedExtra: Given a fairly prominent role in the tie-in comic.
* EveryGirlIsCuterWithHairDecs
* FantasticRacism: Like Topo, the victim of it.
* MakingASplash
* OurMermaidsAreDifferent: To an extent, courtesy of her character designer. They tried to emphasize her aquatic-ness and make her more deliberately fish like, making her tail and movements closer to an actual fish' rather than the dolphin-like traits mermaids are often given.
* PaintingTheMedium: Her appearance in the show has her casting a translation spell, after which all the spoken Atlantean becomes understandable english for the viewer.
* TranslatorMicrobes: See above.

[[WMG: King Nanaue Sha'ark]]

* AdaptationalHeroism: His mainstream DCU counterpart is usually a villain, but here, he's (more or less) one of the good guys.
* AuthorityEqualsAssKicking: He's the king of the Atlantean city-state of Nanaue.
* CanonForeigner: Has appeared only in the tie-in comic so far.
* FantasticRacism: The victim of it like all other less human-like Atlanteans, but he shows traits of it himself, shown most notably when he refers to most other characters as "chum" and looks down on poor Topo for not being a "predator" like himself.
* ImAHumanitarian: Repeatedly threatens and even attempts to eat other characters.
* SpeciesSurname
* TokenEvilTeammate: Acts like a bully, threatens to eat people, but is generally on everyone's side when they go after the purists. Still, his attempts to take a bite out of their enemies cause some friction.

[[WMG: Ronal]]

* CanonForeigner: In regards to the show. Basically, the same situation as Sha'ark.
* [[spoiler: EasilyForgiven: Pardoned by Aquaman for his part in Mera's kidnapping, because [[HeelFaceTurn he turned on Ocean Master in the end.]]]]
* FantasticRacism: Towards non human-like Atlanteans. [[spoiler: He's one of the Purists, seeking to drive the "impure" from Atlantis.]]
** DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: He has blonde hair, blue eyes, and hates the "impure." Hm.
* MakingASplash
* ShapingYourAttacks: Ronal can also make water constructs as Aqualad and Queen Mera can, such as when he is shown attacking Ocean Master with one shaped like a barracuda.
* [[spoiler: UnwittingPawn: He and the other Purists were just used by Ocean Master in order to get at Queen Mera.]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Forever People]]

A group of young ComicBook/NewGods from New Genesis, tracking stolen technology back to Earth, including Sphere. They help uncover a weapons trafficking conspiracy headed by Apokolips.

[[WMG: The Group as a whole]]
* PhysicalGod
* TronLines

[[WMG: Vykin]]
-> Voiced by: Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson
* SelectiveMagnetism

[[WMG: Dreamer]]
-> Voiced by: Music/GreyDeLisle
* MasterOfIllusion
* TheSmurfettePrinciple

[[WMG: Bear]]
-> Voiced by: Creator/BillFagerbakke
* TheBigGuy
* BoisterousBruiser: Almost as eager to fight Superboy as to befriend him.
* CallASmeerpARabbit: He adopts "Bear" as an equivalent of his true name in this continuity. His first choice was "Wolf", but that was taken; he likes "Bear" more, though.
* SuperStrength

[[WMG: Serifan]]
-> Voiced by: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker
* AliensStealCable: He likes Westerns.
* TheGunslinger

[[WMG: Moonrider]]
* EnergyBall
* TheVoiceless: Has yet to say anything so far.

[[WMG: Infinity-Man]]
* ByThePowerOfGreyskull: "TARRU!"
* [[SuperRobotGenre Super Robot]]: A sort of CombiningMecha, formed from the Forever People merging with their Mother Box tech. And after further combining with the Sphere, piloted by Superboy.
* TransformationTrinket: The Mother Box.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Runaways]]

[[WMG: The group as a whole]]
* AlienAbduction: All of them received their powers after being abducted and experimented on by the Reach.
* BadassCrew: They definitely show signs of becoming one.
* [[spoiler: BreakingTheFellowship]]: [[spoiler: In the finale, Tye, Ed, and Asami all decide to retire/return home since they were never interested in being heroes. Roy continues to strike out on his own since he conflicted with the team. Virgil officially joins up with the team.]]
* ColorCodedCharacters: Virgil is blue, Tye is orange, Sam is green, Ed is yellow, and [[spoiler: Arsenal is red.]]
* DieOrFly: Artificially done, but the Reach exposed them to various stresses until their superpowers activated.
* DysfunctionJunction: Virgil's the only one without preexisting issues, and now he's picked up the group issues of not being able to trust anyone or go to anyone for help.
* {{Expy}}: All are based on WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}.
* FireForgedFriends: Their first "mission" together as a group, they managed to work rather well together in spite of their inexperience and a language barrier.
* FiveManBand: They are officially a five member group in "The Hunt" [[spoiler: when Arsenal is kicked of The Team and welcomed into theirs.]]
** TheLeader: Virgil. The others follow his lead and [[TheFace he does the talking.]]
** TheLancer: [[spoiler:Arsenal]] sets the biggest contrast with Virgil because he's a hothead, a veteran, and none too heroic.
** TheBigGuy: Tye creates a huge astral form. In "The Hunt" he's referred to as "our big gun".
** TheSmartGuy: Eduardo uses cunning in his teleports. His father is also a Star Labs scientist.
** TheChick: Asami is the only girl in the group and Luthor gave the Boom Tube to her; perhaps he thinks WomenAreWiser?
* FiveTokenBand: Native American, African-American, Japanese, Argentinian and [[spoiler:white]]. See YoungerAndHipper below.
* HopeSpot: While their treatment by the Reach was much worse, immediately after being rescued they are confined within STAR Labs and subjected to grueling physical trials for 14 hours a day.
* HowDoIShotWeb: They slowly develop control over their powers with each appearance, and "The Hunt" sees them capable enough to mount a successful rescue mission with some help from Arsenal.
* NotWearingTights: They are a proto-hero team but they think of themselves as such and don't wear costumes.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits
* TheRunaway: [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Well duh]]. Tye ran away from his troubled home life and Ed ran away to see his father. However Virgil is an aversion; he was visiting his sister. Asami's circumstances are still unknown.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: They have one female member: Asami. Being that they're all parallels to the ethnic WesternAnimation/SuperFriends, which had no females, she's a genderflipped version of Samurai. As a nod to this, the three boys nicknamed her "Sam."
* TakeAThirdOption: They refused to join the Team or remain Luthor's pawns at the end of "The Hunt" since both have problems that they want nothing to do with.
** ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:It's subverted when they help the heroes in "Endgame". Virgil actually joins the Team afterward.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: In "The Hunt", with some coaching from Arsenal, they manage to keep ''Black Beetle'' busy for much longer than anyone would think possible.
* TrueCompanions: When Ed's father is in trouble, they all go to help, even though it would mean returning to Star Labs where they were running from in the first place.
** [[spoiler:The stretches to Arsenal as well. They rejected the offer to join the team because Arsenal was kicked out. They extend him an offer to join up with them. Ultimately, he goes solo.]]
* UnwittingPawn: Of Lex Luthor in "The Hunt". [[spoiler:However, once they realize this, thanks to Arsenal explaining it, they break ties with him.]]
* WildCard: The Reach, Star Labs, Lex Luthor, and the Justice League have all laid claim to them in the past. They've broken those ties and gone solo. [[spoiler: Until Virgil joins the Team.]]
* YoungerAndHipper: All of them are based on the CaptainEthnic characters from ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'', only younger and with their more offensive traits removed. The sole exception is [[Comicbook/{{Static}} Virgil]], though he could be seen as a stand-in for Black Vulcan. If they do become antagonists, they will also be expies of the Ultimen from ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'', only swapping out the Wonder Twins for El Dorado.

[[WMG:Virgil Hawkins (Static)]]
-> Voiced by: Bryton James

A young black man from Dakota City. After his metagene is activated, he gains the power to manipulate electricity. [[spoiler:He joins the Team as Static with an open offer to become Black Lightning's mentee following the aversion of the Reach apocalypse]].

* AdultFear: He tells Black Canary that his parents don't know where he is, indicating that he's not a runaway. His first request with her is to let him call his parents and tell them that he's alright.
* AscendedFanboy: He's called a 'impressionable fan' by The Reach to discredit his testimony that The Reach are evil. Now he's a bigger problem for them.
* {{Badass}}: Watch him wipe out mooks with a trash can lid.
* BraidsOfAction: In the DreadlockRasta variant.
* TheCape: While not an outright boy scout, Virgil is the most idealistic of the group. He's displayed, on several occasions, a desire to use his powers for the greater good (as opposed to his more HeroicNeutral companions) and frequently jumps at the opportunity whenever it presents itself.
** In fact [[spoiler: he joins the team in the ending as Static.]]
* CivvieSpandex: [[spoiler:His Static uniform basically consists of him changing his shirt into one that looks like his shirt from the comics.]]
** This also serves as a MythologyGag to the comics, where his original costume literally consisted of clothes he found in his closet.
* ColdBloodedTorture: At the hands of the Reach, who gave him "[[WesternAnimation/StaticShock static shocks]]".
* CoolHat: Always wears a backwards blue cap.
* DistressedDude: Introduced as a Reach captive.
* DreadlockRasta
* ElectricBlackGuy
* [[spoiler: EleventhHourRanger: For the Team.]]
* {{Expy}}: He takes the place of [[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Black Vulcan]], becoming something of a CompositeCharacter.
* TheHeart: Of the group, Virgil is the one most interested in being a hero. He even leads the others in rescuing the bystanders from Star Labs.
* IndyPloy: Virgil tends to think on the fly, as demonstrated in both appearances after he's learned to control his abilities.
* InnocentBystander: In first appearance. He tried for BadassBystander but got ambushed.
* JumpedAtTheCall: Pointed a gun at Black Beetle ''before'' he got superpowers, and is the only one of the four that doesn't want to be cured.
** The first to agree to rescue the Team in the events of "The Hunt".
** [[spoiler: And he joins the Team in "Endgame".]]
* TheLeader: Based on what has been seen in "Runaways", he's mostly a Type 3, with hints of a Type 4.
* LeeroyJenkins: Although he fully admits to it.
--> '''Virgil''': I, uh, I didn't exactly have a chance to come up with a plan...
* MundaneUtility: Steals a can from a soda machine. Could count as a MythologyGag as Static often did this in his former show.
** Uses his levitating manhole cover as a chair.
* MythologyGag: The other three runaways are reworkings of three examples of CaptainEthnic from ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Challenge of the Superfriends]]''. Instead of an update, the fourth CaptainEthnic, Black Vulcan, a black electricity-user, was simply replaced with Virgil (better known as ComicBook/{{Static}}), a different black electricty-user. (Black Vulcan himself was an {{Expy}} of Black Lightning, who is already in the show).
** He also uses a charged-up manhole cover to fly after getting a hang of his powers.
* NiceGuy: On a team with Tye, Ed, and [[spoiler: Roy]], Virgil is the most adjusted of the group, [[TheHeart being quick to volunteer for heroic actions]]. He almost verges on TokenGoodTeammate.
* OnlySaneMan: The only member of the team that doesn't have issues.
* ShockAndAwe: Electric blasts, static cling, all that stuff.
* SurvivorGuilt: Virgil makes it clear that he saw many of the other abductees die due to the Reach's experiments.
* TechnicalPacifist: He prefers knocking his opponents out with metal objects to hitting them with electricity.

[[WMG: Tye Longshadow]]
-> Voiced by: Gregg Rainwater

An Apache boy and Jaime's friend from El Paso. After his meta gene is activated, he gains the power to project a spiritual giant around his body. He is based on Apache Chief from ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Challenge of the Superfriends]]''.

* AbusiveParents: He has this relationship with his mom's live-in boyfriend, which is why he ran away from home. His mother was appallingly neglectful.
* TheBigGuy
* BrownEyes: Pre-abduction.
* ChildhoodFriends: {{Implied}} to be this with Jaime Reyes aka Blue Beetle III.
* ClippedWingAngel: His AstralProjection form. See GlassCannon below.
* TheCynic
* DisappearedDad: His father is implied to be deceased.
* {{Expy}}: Is a less-stereotypical version of [[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Apache Chief]].
* GlassCannon: On the one hand, his astral projection power gives him SuperStrength. On the other hand, he shares any pain the projection would, which makes it a lot easier to disable him than one would think. Anything that can get through the projection can also potentially hit him, making him extremely vulnerable since he's a standard human otherwise. Tye seems to have gotten better at handling the pain in "The Hunt", but still gets floored pretty easily when Black Beetle lands a solid hit.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Jaime aka Blue Beetle III.
* IcyBlueEyes: To indicate his somewhat aloof manner and his status as TheCynic. Tye originally had brown eyes, but changed to blue, [[ColdBloodedTorture due to type of tests The Reach did on him and the others.]]
* ImmuneToBullets: Or lasers, rather. They bounce right off his avatar, though he does admit that the lasers do hurt somewhat.
* ItsPersonal: Once he learns that his friend Jaime has been taken over by the Scarab.
* LetsGetDangerous: Once Jaime is buried by Red Volcano, Tye focuses and gains control of his powers to get him out.
* LongHairedPrettyBoy
* MythologyGag: He's based on Apache Chief from ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Challenge of the Superfriends]]'', but he's named Longshadow like in ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]'' (and shares the same voice actor, too!). Also, he really is descended from Apache chiefs of the Mescalero tribe.
* [[spoiler: OfficialCouple: After Tye gives up the superhero life, he and Asami are revealed to have begun a relationship; she even moves in with him and his mom.]]
* PerpetualFrowner: About 99% of the time Tye wears a scowl on his face.
* PowerIncontinence: Once activates his power while dreaming. It's mentioned in the beginning of "The Runaways" that he's the only one out of the four that can't use his power when he wants to. By the end, he's got considerably more control over it.
* RoleReprisal: From ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]''.
* StevenUlyssesPerhero: A kid named "Longshadow" who can project a spiritual giant?
* SuperStrength: Summoning his astral form allows Tye to have a drastic increase in strength.
* {{Synchronization}}: Harming his avatar causes him pain.
* TallDarkAndHandsome: He's the tallest of the Runaways, has long, black hair, and is considered very handsome by his female fan base out-of-universe.
** TallDarkAndSnarky: There's also the amount of snark he unleashes from time to time.

[[WMG: Asami "Sam" Koizumi]]
-> Voiced by: Creator/JaniceKawaye

A Japanese girl who gains chi manipulation powers after her metagene is activated. She is based on Samurai from ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Challenge of the Superfriends]]''.

* ActionGirl: Proto-super heroine.
* BilingualBonus: Except for two words ("no idea"), she only speaks Japanese in "The Runaways". No subtitles either. Improves a bit in her later appearances.
* BlowYouAway: Inverted. As her powers are still developing, the most she can do currently is propel herself with chi short distances. In "The Hunt" she can project shock waves.
* BrownEyes: Since she has heterochromia it's more like brown ''eye'', on the right. It's heavily implied to be this because of The Reach testing.
* CatchPhrase: "''Sumimasen''" in all its inflections ("Sorry!" "Excuse me!/?" "Thank you").
* CompositeCharacter: Of [[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Samurai]] and [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Crazy Shy Lolita Canary]], a Japanese superheroine with a sonic scream and the same CatchPhrase.
* TheChick
* DarkAndTroubledPast: {{Implied}}. [[spoiler: It wasn't explored in the TV series, but think about it for a moment: She moves in with Tye (her boyfriend) and his mother, that's a decision that's not just made by just mental and physical attraction: It can also mean that Asami's home life was so terrible that when she met the guy that she developed intense feelings for, she decided to stay with him. There's also the fact that she refused to say anything about her, except her name and nationality.]]
* {{Expy}}: Is a less-stereotypical version of [[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Samurai]].
* FlatCharacter: Because of the language barrier, Sam has been the least developed of the runaways, instead being mostly reactive to the situations at hand.
* GenderFlip: In the original ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'' cartoon, Samurai was a guy.
* GreenEyes: Since she has heterochromia it's more like green ''eye'', on left. It's heavily implied to be this because of The Reach testing.
* [[spoiler: HappilyAdopted: A form of this. After "Endgame", Virgil reveals that Sam moved in with Tye and his mom, mostly because the two teens had started a secret relationship.]]
* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: Her only power thus far is being able to launch herself with her chi powers. She makes the best of it.
* InSeriesNickname: Called "Sam" by her friends.
* KiAttacks: WordOfGod stated that Sam's power is chi manipulation.
* MysteriousPast: WordOfGod is that she is a runaway, but refuses to reveal anything other than her name and nationality.
* [[NiceGuy Nice Girl]]: She's willing to help three guys that she has just met.
* [[spoiler: OfficialCouple: Virgil informs that she and Tye become this, and have actually had a thing for a while. Asami even moved in with him and his mom.]]
* ParentalAbandonment: {{Implied}}. See the MysteriousPast section.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: The only one of the group who is female, though she was not the only female abductee.
* StevenUlyssesPerhero: She's based on Samurai and the other runaways nickname her Sam.
* TightsUnderShorts
* TomboyishPonytail

[[WMG: Eduardo "Ed" Dorado, Jr.]]
-> Voiced by: Freddy Rodriguez

An Argentinian who gains the power of teleportation after his metagene is activated. He is based on El Dorado from ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Challenge of the Superfriends]]''.

* BrainyBrunette: The resident SmartGuy and has black hair.
* BrownEyes
* CursedWithAwesome: Is "given" teleportation powers by The Reach. Ed makes it known that he'd rather be normal.
* DaddyIssues: Though he seems to get over it.
* DeadpanSnarker
--> '''Ed''': I can only teleport myself, and only along sight lines. Which makes escaping from a windowless, locked hallway somewhat difficult!
* {{Expy}}: Is a less-stereotypical version of [[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} El Dorado]].
* FingerlessGloves
* GratuitousSpanish: Sometimes slips in some Hispanic words.
* HairTriggerTemper
* IJustWantToBeNormal: He wants a cure the most.
* InSeriesNickname: Referred to "Ed" by his friends.
* LamarckWasRight: {{Lampshaded}} in the episode in which his powers were revealed. His father is S.T.A.R. Lab's head teleportation researcher, and refuses to believe that Ed developing teleporter powers is a coincidence.
* LeanAndMean: {{Averted}}. He has his anger issues and can be snarky, but he cares for his friends and father.
* MessyHair
* MissingMom: Implied to be dead since Ed was raised by his grandfather and he ran away to go live with his father.
* PapaWolf: Inverted in that Red Volcano threatening to tear his father's head off is what finally allows him to teleport with passengers.
* PerpetualFrowner: He and Tye could have a contest on who frowns the most.
* QuirkyCurls: A cross between this and MessyHair: for this one he inverts it because while he does have the curls, he's more cynical than quirky.
* RaisedByGrandparents: Ed was raised by his grandfather in Argentina.
* ScarfOfAsskicking
* ShoutOut: For some reason he has [[Anime/CowboyBebop Spike Spiegel's]] hairdo.
* TheSmartGuy
* StevenUlyssesPerhero: Eduardo Dorado, the superhero El Dorado?
* TeleportSpam: Uses it often, and combines it with BeamSpam against Black Beetle using a pilfered Reach weapon.
* TransportersAndTeleporters: At first it was only himself but ultimately becomes capable of taking others.
* WellDoneSonGuy

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Other Heroes]]
[[WMG: ComicBook/AdamStrange]]
-> Voiced by: Michael Trucco

* BadassBookworm
* BadassNormal
* BoldlyComing: Why hello there, Alanna. Partially flipped on its head, however, in that Alanna is ''far'' more eager to jump Strange's bones than the other way around.
* GuileHero
* JetPack
* MinoredInAsskicking
* NotWearingTights: In his first appearance, he doesn't have his iconic red space jetpack outfit yet. In his second, he gets a version of it.
* ObfuscatingInsanity: He starts reciting lines from ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' and ''Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass'' to distract the Rannian police - who can't even understand a word he's saying, given they don't speak English.
* ScienceHero
* ShoutOut: [[Literature/AliceInWonderland "No time to say hello-goodbye I'm late I'm late I'm late!]]


[[WMG: ComicBook/BlueBeetle I (Dan Garrett)]]

* AdventurerArchaeologist: How Dan found the Scarab in the first place
* CaptainErsatz: The fact that hes an AdventurerArchaeologist with a NiceHat does bring Franchise/IndianaJones to mind.
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: The Scarab gives Dan his armor.
* ColorCharacter: The very first ComicBook/BlueBeetle.
* PassingTheTorch: To his protégé, Ted Kord.


[[WMG:Green Beetle (B'arzz O'oomm)]]
-> Voiced by: Creator/PhilLaMarr

A Martian archaeologist who found a Reach Scarab on his world, but was able to control it thanks to his mental powers. When he hears of the Reach's arrival on Earth, he travels there to fight with the team.

* AdaptiveArmor
* [[spoiler:AntiVillain: He is being controlled by his scarab and once he is freed he is not evil at all.]]
* [[spoiler:AffablyEvil: His whole disposition doesn't change even after his [[TheReveal outing as]] TheMole.]]
* AliensStealCable: All Martians love television, apparently.
* [[spoiler:AndIMustScream: He was controlled by his Scarab, fully aware and unable to act, for so long that he can hardly remember actually being in control of himself.]]
* BigDamnHeroes: Rescues Alpha Squad from Black Beetle.
* [[spoiler:BrainwashedAndCrazy]]: [[spoiler:The Martian that the Scarab is possessing and by manipulating Blue Beetle and "fixing him", he does this to Jaime as well.]]
* [[spoiler: BroughtDownToBadass: His scarab is destroyed in the finale, but he's still a [[ComboPlatterPowers Martian]]]]
* CanonForeigner: {{Lampshaded}} when Impulse points out that he's never heard of him. B'arzz was created when the showrunners realized that, if they established that the Reach sent a scarab to every inhabited world after they'd already established that Mars is still fully populated in this universe, it would only make sense for there to be a Martian scarab user.
* [[spoiler: EleventhHourRanger]]: [[spoiler: As of "Intervention," he is now able to genuinely add his considerable power to the Justice League's side in time for their final showdown with the Reach.]]
** [[spoiler: And then his Scarab is destroyed in "Endgame". While he helps the League save Earth, he returns to Mars afterward.]]
* GeniusBruiser: Has full access to the Scarab's knowledge base.
* [[spoiler:HeelFaceBrainwashing: Zatanna uses an ancient spell which originally freed Blue Beetle's Scarab from Reach control to free both Green and Blue Beetle (again).]]
* MagicPants: The Scarab armor shapeshifts with him.
* [[spoiler: TheMole: [[SarcasmMode Shockingly]], it turns out he was working for the Reach all along.]]
* PhlebotinumRebel: All the power and knowledge of the Scarab, but it works for him instead of controlling him. [[spoiler: Or not.]]
** [[spoiler: Or Yes]]
* {{Shapeshifter}}
* ShoutOut: A Martian named B'arzz O'oomm with green armor. [[Literature/JohnCarterOfMars Hmm...]]
* SpannerInTheWorks: Impulse notes that he is curiously absent from history as he knows it. [[spoiler:And Green Beetle turns out to the the key factor in setting Blue Beetle on the path of evil...]]
* SuperPowerLottery: He has a Scarab's considerable arsenal and standard Martian powers (albeit with the Martian weakness to fire).
** PsychicPowers
*** MindOverMatter
*** {{Telepathy}}
** ShapeShifting: Has both the SwissArmyWeapon powers of a Scarab and his own ordinary shapeshifting.
*** {{Invisibility}}
*** IntangibleMan
** SuperStrength: Scarab-augmented Martian strength, which is already superior to humans.
** SwissArmyWeapon: Has the same powers all Scarabs do.
* TooSpicyForYogSothoth: [[spoiler: Subverted.]] According to B'arzz, the Scarab wasn't prepared for the unique physiology of a Martian. [[spoiler: Turns out it was entirely prepared.]]
* TheUnsmile: He tries to smile to reassure Miss Martian before she probes his mind. The attempt is off-putting, to say the least.

[[WMG: Secret (Greta Hayes)]]
-> Voiced by: Masasa Moyo

* CatchPhrase: "Secret."
* CainAndAbel: [[spoiler: Killed by her brother]]. Lampshaded by the magic shop across her home being "Abel's House of Secrets."
* [[spoiler:CuteGhostGirl]]
* [[spoiler:DeadAllAlong]]
* InformationWantsToBeFree
* InTheHood
* LineOfSightName: [[spoiler:Taken from a faulty neon sign across the street from her home]].
* MoralityChain[=/=]MoralityPet: A disturbing {{Deconstruction}}. [[spoiler:Her brother Harm kills her to eliminate all love from his life, making him "[[PureIsNotGood pure]]"]].
* [[spoiler:OurGhostsAreDifferent]]
* PokemonSpeak: "Secret" seems to be the only word she can say.
* WomanInWhite
[[/folder]]
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This page is for listing tropes related to heroes unaffiliated with the Justice League or the Team in the animated series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.

For other characters that appear in the series, see the [[Characters/YoungJustice Young Justice Character Index]].

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[[folder:The Justice Society of America]]
A precursor to the modern Justice League. While most have only appeared in flashbacks, a few show up [[OldSuperhero in the present day.]]

[[WMG: DoctorFate (Kent Nelson)]]
->Voiced by: Creator/EdwardAsner

* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: He'll remain within Fate's mask until a proper replacement for him is found. Though as of "Misplaced", [[spoiler: Nabu has released him to the afterlife.]]
* CoolHelmet
* CoolOldGuy
* DeathByAdaptation
* OldSuperhero
* OrderVersusChaos: The good doctor works for the Lords of Order.
* ShipperOnDeck: He seems to think Wally and Artemis would make a great couple, too bad they hate each other.
** He seems to be saying this is why it would ''work'', as his own wife Inza apparently never let him get away with anything.
* VoiceOfTheLegion: Nabu, while possessing a living body.

[[WMG: Franchise/TheFlash I (Jay Garrick)]]
->Voiced by: Geoff Pierson

* BrownEyes
* HappilyMarried
* OldSuperhero: The original Flash, [[RetiredBadass retired]].
* SuperSpeed

[[WMG: Franchise/GreenLantern (Alan Scott)]]
* ImaginationBasedSuperpower

[[WMG: Wildcat (Ted Grant)]]
* BadassNormal

[[WMG: [[SandmanMysteryTheatre The Sandman]] (Wesley Dodds)]]
* GasMaskLongcoat

[[WMG: ComicBook/RedTornado]]
->See [[{{Characters/YoungJustice-JusticeLeague}} Justice League]].

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Atlantis]]
[[WMG: Queen Mera]]
->Voiced by: KathSoucie

* BareYourMidriff
* ElementalPowers
* FunctionalMagic
* HappilyMarried
* HotTeacher
* PregnantBadass
* RapunzelHair: Even tied in a ponytail it reaches to her waist.
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Aside from being the Queen of Atlantis, she runs the Conservatory of Sorcery and is one of the head instructors.
* ShapingYourAttacks: Crafts water constructs in the shape of sea creatures, such as massive CombatTentacles.
* SignificantGreenEyedRedhead

[[WMG: Topo]]
-> Voiced By: Creator/JamesArnoldTaylor

* {{Cthulhumanoid}}
* EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods
* FantasticRacism: The victim of it in the tie-in comic. He's referred to as a "fish head" by the Atlantean purists...
* MarkOfShame: ... who then brand him with a phrase in ancient Atlantean that means "impure."
* MundaneUtility: Uses his Atlantean sorcery for the purpose creating art.
* SmokeOut: He uses a variation using octopus ink in the tie-in comics.

[[WMG: Lori Lemaris]]
-> Voiced By: Creator/KathSoucie

* AscendedExtra: Given a fairly prominent role in the tie-in comic.
* EveryGirlIsCuterWithHairDecs
* FantasticRacism: Like Topo, the victim of it.
* MakingASplash
* OurMermaidsAreDifferent: To an extent, courtesy of her character designer. They tried to emphasize her aquatic-ness and make her more deliberately fish like, making her tail and movements closer to an actual fish' rather than the dolphin-like traits mermaids are often given.
* PaintingTheMedium: Her appearance in the show has her casting a translation spell, after which all the spoken Atlantean becomes understandable english for the viewer.
* TranslatorMicrobes: See above.

[[WMG: King Nanaue Sha'ark]]

* AdaptationalHeroism: His mainstream DCU counterpart is usually a villain, but here, he's (more or less) one of the good guys.
* AuthorityEqualsAssKicking: He's the king of the Atlantean city-state of Nanaue.
* CanonForeigner: Has appeared only in the tie-in comic so far.
* FantasticRacism: The victim of it like all other less human-like Atlanteans, but he shows traits of it himself, shown most notably when he refers to most other characters as "chum" and looks down on poor Topo for not being a "predator" like himself.
* ImAHumanitarian: Repeatedly threatens and even attempts to eat other characters.
* SpeciesSurname
* TokenEvilTeammate: Acts like a bully, threatens to eat people, but is generally on everyone's side when they go after the purists. Still, his attempts to take a bite out of their enemies cause some friction.

[[WMG: Ronal]]

* CanonForeigner: In regards to the show. Basically, the same situation as Sha'ark.
* [[spoiler: EasilyForgiven: Pardoned by Aquaman for his part in Mera's kidnapping, because [[HeelFaceTurn he turned on Ocean Master in the end.]]]]
* FantasticRacism: Towards non human-like Atlanteans. [[spoiler: He's one of the Purists, seeking to drive the "impure" from Atlantis.]]
** DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: He has blonde hair, blue eyes, and hates the "impure." Hm.
* MakingASplash
* ShapingYourAttacks: Ronal can also make water constructs as Aqualad and Queen Mera can, such as when he is shown attacking Ocean Master with one shaped like a barracuda.
* [[spoiler: UnwittingPawn: He and the other Purists were just used by Ocean Master in order to get at Queen Mera.]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Forever People]]

A group of young ComicBook/NewGods from New Genesis, tracking stolen technology back to Earth, including Sphere. They help uncover a weapons trafficking conspiracy headed by Apokolips.

[[WMG: The Group as a whole]]
* PhysicalGod
* TronLines

[[WMG: Vykin]]
-> Voiced by: Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson
* SelectiveMagnetism

[[WMG: Dreamer]]
-> Voiced by: Music/GreyDeLisle
* MasterOfIllusion
* TheSmurfettePrinciple

[[WMG: Bear]]
-> Voiced by: Creator/BillFagerbakke
* TheBigGuy
* BoisterousBruiser: Almost as eager to fight Superboy as to befriend him.
* CallASmeerpARabbit: He adopts "Bear" as an equivalent of his true name in this continuity. His first choice was "Wolf", but that was taken; he likes "Bear" more, though.
* SuperStrength

[[WMG: Serifan]]
-> Voiced by: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker
* AliensStealCable: He likes Westerns.
* TheGunslinger

[[WMG: Moonrider]]
* EnergyBall
* TheVoiceless: Has yet to say anything so far.

[[WMG: Infinity-Man]]
* ByThePowerOfGreyskull: "TARRU!"
* [[SuperRobotGenre Super Robot]]: A sort of CombiningMecha, formed from the Forever People merging with their Mother Box tech. And after further combining with the Sphere, piloted by Superboy.
* TransformationTrinket: The Mother Box.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Runaways]]

[[WMG: The group as a whole]]
* AlienAbduction: All of them received their powers after being abducted and experimented on by the Reach.
* BadassCrew: They definitely show signs of becoming one.
* [[spoiler: BreakingTheFellowship]]: [[spoiler: In the finale, Tye, Ed, and Asami all decide to retire/return home since they were never interested in being heroes. Roy continues to strike out on his own since he conflicted with the team. Virgil officially joins up with the team.]]
* ColorCodedCharacters: Virgil is blue, Tye is orange, Sam is green, Ed is yellow, and [[spoiler: Arsenal is red.]]
* DieOrFly: Artificially done, but the Reach exposed them to various stresses until their superpowers activated.
* DysfunctionJunction: Virgil's the only one without preexisting issues, and now he's picked up the group issues of not being able to trust anyone or go to anyone for help.
* {{Expy}}: All are based on WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}.
* FireForgedFriends: Their first "mission" together as a group, they managed to work rather well together in spite of their inexperience and a language barrier.
* FiveManBand: They are officially a five member group in "The Hunt" [[spoiler: when Arsenal is kicked of The Team and welcomed into theirs.]]
** TheLeader: Virgil. The others follow his lead and [[TheFace he does the talking.]]
** TheLancer: [[spoiler:Arsenal]] sets the biggest contrast with Virgil because he's a hothead, a veteran, and none too heroic.
** TheBigGuy: Tye creates a huge astral form. In "The Hunt" he's referred to as "our big gun".
** TheSmartGuy: Eduardo uses cunning in his teleports. His father is also a Star Labs scientist.
** TheChick: Asami is the only girl in the group and Luthor gave the Boom Tube to her; perhaps he thinks WomenAreWiser?
* FiveTokenBand: Native American, African-American, Japanese, Argentinian and [[spoiler:white]]. See YoungerAndHipper below.
* HopeSpot: While their treatment by the Reach was much worse, immediately after being rescued they are confined within STAR Labs and subjected to grueling physical trials for 14 hours a day.
* HowDoIShotWeb: They slowly develop control over their powers with each appearance, and "The Hunt" sees them capable enough to mount a successful rescue mission with some help from Arsenal.
* NotWearingTights: They are a proto-hero team but they think of themselves as such and don't wear costumes.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits
* TheRunaway: [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Well duh]]. Tye ran away from his troubled home life and Ed ran away to see his father. However Virgil is an aversion; he was visiting his sister. Asami's circumstances are still unknown.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: They have one female member: Asami. Being that they're all parallels to the ethnic WesternAnimation/SuperFriends, which had no females, she's a genderflipped version of Samurai. As a nod to this, the three boys nicknamed her "Sam."
* TakeAThirdOption: They refused to join the Team or remain Luthor's pawns at the end of "The Hunt" since both have problems that they want nothing to do with.
** ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:It's subverted when they help the heroes in "Endgame". Virgil actually joins the Team afterward.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: In "The Hunt", with some coaching from Arsenal, they manage to keep ''Black Beetle'' busy for much longer than anyone would think possible.
* TrueCompanions: When Ed's father is in trouble, they all go to help, even though it would mean returning to Star Labs where they were running from in the first place.
** [[spoiler:The stretches to Arsenal as well. They rejected the offer to join the team because Arsenal was kicked out. They extend him an offer to join up with them. Ultimately, he goes solo.]]
* UnwittingPawn: Of Lex Luthor in "The Hunt". [[spoiler:However, once they realize this, thanks to Arsenal explaining it, they break ties with him.]]
* WildCard: The Reach, Star Labs, Lex Luthor, and the Justice League have all laid claim to them in the past. They've broken those ties and gone solo. [[spoiler: Until Virgil joins the Team.]]
* YoungerAndHipper: All of them are based on the CaptainEthnic characters from ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'', only younger and with their more offensive traits removed. The sole exception is [[Comicbook/{{Static}} Virgil]], though he could be seen as a stand-in for Black Vulcan. If they do become antagonists, they will also be expies of the Ultimen from ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'', only swapping out the Wonder Twins for El Dorado.

[[WMG:Virgil Hawkins (Static)]]
-> Voiced by: Bryton James

A young black man from Dakota City. After his metagene is activated, he gains the power to manipulate electricity. [[spoiler:He joins the Team as Static with an open offer to become Black Lightning's mentee following the aversion of the Reach apocalypse]].

* AdultFear: He tells Black Canary that his parents don't know where he is, indicating that he's not a runaway. His first request with her is to let him call his parents and tell them that he's alright.
* AscendedFanboy: He's called a 'impressionable fan' by The Reach to discredit his testimony that The Reach are evil. Now he's a bigger problem for them.
* {{Badass}}: Watch him wipe out mooks with a trash can lid.
* BraidsOfAction: In the DreadlockRasta variant.
* TheCape: While not an outright boy scout, Virgil is the most idealistic of the group. He's displayed, on several occasions, a desire to use his powers for the greater good (as opposed to his more HeroicNeutral companions) and frequently jumps at the opportunity whenever it presents itself.
** In fact [[spoiler: he joins the team in the ending as Static.]]
* CivvieSpandex: [[spoiler:His Static uniform basically consists of him changing his shirt into one that looks like his shirt from the comics.]]
** This also serves as a MythologyGag to the comics, where his original costume literally consisted of clothes he found in his closet.
* ColdBloodedTorture: At the hands of the Reach, who gave him "[[WesternAnimation/StaticShock static shocks]]".
* CoolHat: Always wears a backwards blue cap.
* DistressedDude: Introduced as a Reach captive.
* DreadlockRasta
* ElectricBlackGuy
* [[spoiler: EleventhHourRanger: For the Team.]]
* {{Expy}}: He takes the place of [[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Black Vulcan]], becoming something of a CompositeCharacter.
* TheHeart: Of the group, Virgil is the one most interested in being a hero. He even leads the others in rescuing the bystanders from Star Labs.
* IndyPloy: Virgil tends to think on the fly, as demonstrated in both appearances after he's learned to control his abilities.
* InnocentBystander: In first appearance. He tried for BadassBystander but got ambushed.
* JumpedAtTheCall: Pointed a gun at Black Beetle ''before'' he got superpowers, and is the only one of the four that doesn't want to be cured.
** The first to agree to rescue the Team in the events of "The Hunt".
** [[spoiler: And he joins the Team in "Endgame".]]
* TheLeader: Based on what has been seen in "Runaways", he's mostly a Type 3, with hints of a Type 4.
* LeeroyJenkins: Although he fully admits to it.
--> '''Virgil''': I, uh, I didn't exactly have a chance to come up with a plan...
* MundaneUtility: Steals a can from a soda machine. Could count as a MythologyGag as Static often did this in his former show.
** Uses his levitating manhole cover as a chair.
* MythologyGag: The other three runaways are reworkings of three examples of CaptainEthnic from ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Challenge of the Superfriends]]''. Instead of an update, the fourth CaptainEthnic, Black Vulcan, a black electricity-user, was simply replaced with Virgil (better known as ComicBook/{{Static}}), a different black electricty-user. (Black Vulcan himself was an {{Expy}} of Black Lightning, who is already in the show).
** He also uses a charged-up manhole cover to fly after getting a hang of his powers.
* NiceGuy: On a team with Tye, Ed, and [[spoiler: Roy]], Virgil is the most adjusted of the group, [[TheHeart being quick to volunteer for heroic actions]]. He almost verges on TokenGoodTeammate.
* OnlySaneMan: The only member of the team that doesn't have issues.
* ShockAndAwe: Electric blasts, static cling, all that stuff.
* SurvivorGuilt: Virgil makes it clear that he saw many of the other abductees die due to the Reach's experiments.
* TechnicalPacifist: He prefers knocking his opponents out with metal objects to hitting them with electricity.

[[WMG: Tye Longshadow]]
-> Voiced by: Gregg Rainwater

An Apache boy and Jaime's friend from El Paso. After his meta gene is activated, he gains the power to project a spiritual giant around his body. He is based on Apache Chief from ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Challenge of the Superfriends]]''.

* AbusiveParents: He has this relationship with his mom's live-in boyfriend, which is why he ran away from home. His mother was appallingly neglectful.
* TheBigGuy
* BrownEyes: Pre-abduction.
* ChildhoodFriends: {{Implied}} to be this with Jaime Reyes aka Blue Beetle III.
* ClippedWingAngel: His AstralProjection form. See GlassCannon below.
* TheCynic
* DisappearedDad: His father is implied to be deceased.
* {{Expy}}: Is a less-stereotypical version of [[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Apache Chief]].
* GlassCannon: On the one hand, his astral projection power gives him SuperStrength. On the other hand, he shares any pain the projection would, which makes it a lot easier to disable him than one would think. Anything that can get through the projection can also potentially hit him, making him extremely vulnerable since he's a standard human otherwise. Tye seems to have gotten better at handling the pain in "The Hunt", but still gets floored pretty easily when Black Beetle lands a solid hit.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Jaime aka Blue Beetle III.
* IcyBlueEyes: To indicate his somewhat aloof manner and his status as TheCynic. Tye originally had brown eyes, but changed to blue, [[ColdBloodedTorture due to type of tests The Reach did on him and the others.]]
* ImmuneToBullets: Or lasers, rather. They bounce right off his avatar, though he does admit that the lasers do hurt somewhat.
* ItsPersonal: Once he learns that his friend Jaime has been taken over by the Scarab.
* LetsGetDangerous: Once Jaime is buried by Red Volcano, Tye focuses and gains control of his powers to get him out.
* LongHairedPrettyBoy
* MythologyGag: He's based on Apache Chief from ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Challenge of the Superfriends]]'', but he's named Longshadow like in ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]'' (and shares the same voice actor, too!). Also, he really is descended from Apache chiefs of the Mescalero tribe.
* [[spoiler: OfficialCouple: After Tye gives up the superhero life, he and Asami are revealed to have begun a relationship; she even moves in with him and his mom.]]
* PerpetualFrowner: About 99% of the time Tye wears a scowl on his face.
* PowerIncontinence: Once activates his power while dreaming. It's mentioned in the beginning of "The Runaways" that he's the only one out of the four that can't use his power when he wants to. By the end, he's got considerably more control over it.
* RoleReprisal: From ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]''.
* StevenUlyssesPerhero: A kid named "Longshadow" who can project a spiritual giant?
* SuperStrength: Summoning his astral form allows Tye to have a drastic increase in strength.
* {{Synchronization}}: Harming his avatar causes him pain.
* TallDarkAndHandsome: He's the tallest of the Runaways, has long, black hair, and is considered very handsome by his female fan base out-of-universe.
** TallDarkAndSnarky: There's also the amount of snark he unleashes from time to time.

[[WMG: Asami "Sam" Koizumi]]
-> Voiced by: Creator/JaniceKawaye

A Japanese girl who gains chi manipulation powers after her metagene is activated. She is based on Samurai from ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Challenge of the Superfriends]]''.

* ActionGirl: Proto-super heroine.
* BilingualBonus: Except for two words ("no idea"), she only speaks Japanese in "The Runaways". No subtitles either. Improves a bit in her later appearances.
* BlowYouAway: Inverted. As her powers are still developing, the most she can do currently is propel herself with chi short distances. In "The Hunt" she can project shock waves.
* BrownEyes: Since she has heterochromia it's more like brown ''eye'', on the right. It's heavily implied to be this because of The Reach testing.
* CatchPhrase: "''Sumimasen''" in all its inflections ("Sorry!" "Excuse me!/?" "Thank you").
* CompositeCharacter: Of [[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Samurai]] and [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Crazy Shy Lolita Canary]], a Japanese superheroine with a sonic scream and the same CatchPhrase.
* TheChick
* DarkAndTroubledPast: {{Implied}}. [[spoiler: It wasn't explored in the TV series, but think about it for a moment: She moves in with Tye (her boyfriend) and his mother, that's a decision that's not just made by just mental and physical attraction: It can also mean that Asami's home life was so terrible that when she met the guy that she developed intense feelings for, she decided to stay with him. There's also the fact that she refused to say anything about her, except her name and nationality.]]
* {{Expy}}: Is a less-stereotypical version of [[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Samurai]].
* FlatCharacter: Because of the language barrier, Sam has been the least developed of the runaways, instead being mostly reactive to the situations at hand.
* GenderFlip: In the original ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'' cartoon, Samurai was a guy.
* GreenEyes: Since she has heterochromia it's more like green ''eye'', on left. It's heavily implied to be this because of The Reach testing.
* [[spoiler: HappilyAdopted: A form of this. After "Endgame", Virgil reveals that Sam moved in with Tye and his mom, mostly because the two teens had started a secret relationship.]]
* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: Her only power thus far is being able to launch herself with her chi powers. She makes the best of it.
* InSeriesNickname: Called "Sam" by her friends.
* KiAttacks: WordOfGod stated that Sam's power is chi manipulation.
* MysteriousPast: WordOfGod is that she is a runaway, but refuses to reveal anything other than her name and nationality.
* [[NiceGuy Nice Girl]]: She's willing to help three guys that she has just met.
* [[spoiler: OfficialCouple: Virgil informs that she and Tye become this, and have actually had a thing for a while. Asami even moved in with him and his mom.]]
* ParentalAbandonment: {{Implied}}. See the MysteriousPast section.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: The only one of the group who is female, though she was not the only female abductee.
* StevenUlyssesPerhero: She's based on Samurai and the other runaways nickname her Sam.
* TightsUnderShorts
* TomboyishPonytail

[[WMG: Eduardo "Ed" Dorado, Jr.]]
-> Voiced by: Freddy Rodriguez

An Argentinian who gains the power of teleportation after his metagene is activated. He is based on El Dorado from ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} Challenge of the Superfriends]]''.

* BrainyBrunette: The resident SmartGuy and has black hair.
* BrownEyes
* CursedWithAwesome: Is "given" teleportation powers by The Reach. Ed makes it known that he'd rather be normal.
* DaddyIssues: Though he seems to get over it.
* DeadpanSnarker
--> '''Ed''': I can only teleport myself, and only along sight lines. Which makes escaping from a windowless, locked hallway somewhat difficult!
* {{Expy}}: Is a less-stereotypical version of [[WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} El Dorado]].
* FingerlessGloves
* GratuitousSpanish: Sometimes slips in some Hispanic words.
* HairTriggerTemper
* IJustWantToBeNormal: He wants a cure the most.
* InSeriesNickname: Referred to "Ed" by his friends.
* LamarckWasRight: {{Lampshaded}} in the episode in which his powers were revealed. His father is S.T.A.R. Lab's head teleportation researcher, and refuses to believe that Ed developing teleporter powers is a coincidence.
* LeanAndMean: {{Averted}}. He has his anger issues and can be snarky, but he cares for his friends and father.
* MessyHair
* MissingMom: Implied to be dead since Ed was raised by his grandfather and he ran away to go live with his father.
* PapaWolf: Inverted in that Red Volcano threatening to tear his father's head off is what finally allows him to teleport with passengers.
* PerpetualFrowner: He and Tye could have a contest on who frowns the most.
* QuirkyCurls: A cross between this and MessyHair: for this one he inverts it because while he does have the curls, he's more cynical than quirky.
* RaisedByGrandparents: Ed was raised by his grandfather in Argentina.
* ScarfOfAsskicking
* ShoutOut: For some reason he has [[Anime/CowboyBebop Spike Spiegel's]] hairdo.
* TheSmartGuy
* StevenUlyssesPerhero: Eduardo Dorado, the superhero El Dorado?
* TeleportSpam: Uses it often, and combines it with BeamSpam against Black Beetle using a pilfered Reach weapon.
* TransportersAndTeleporters: At first it was only himself but ultimately becomes capable of taking others.
* WellDoneSonGuy

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Other Heroes]]
[[WMG: ComicBook/AdamStrange]]
-> Voiced by: Michael Trucco

* BadassBookworm
* BadassNormal
* BoldlyComing: Why hello there, Alanna. Partially flipped on its head, however, in that Alanna is ''far'' more eager to jump Strange's bones than the other way around.
* GuileHero
* JetPack
* MinoredInAsskicking
* NotWearingTights: In his first appearance, he doesn't have his iconic red space jetpack outfit yet. In his second, he gets a version of it.
* ObfuscatingInsanity: He starts reciting lines from ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' and ''Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass'' to distract the Rannian police - who can't even understand a word he's saying, given they don't speak English.
* ScienceHero
* ShoutOut: [[Literature/AliceInWonderland "No time to say hello-goodbye I'm late I'm late I'm late!]]


[[WMG: ComicBook/BlueBeetle I (Dan Garrett)]]

* AdventurerArchaeologist: How Dan found the Scarab in the first place
* CaptainErsatz: The fact that hes an AdventurerArchaeologist with a NiceHat does bring Franchise/IndianaJones to mind.
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: The Scarab gives Dan his armor.
* ColorCharacter: The very first ComicBook/BlueBeetle.
* PassingTheTorch: To his protégé, Ted Kord.


[[WMG:Green Beetle (B'arzz O'oomm)]]
-> Voiced by: Creator/PhilLaMarr

A Martian archaeologist who found a Reach Scarab on his world, but was able to control it thanks to his mental powers. When he hears of the Reach's arrival on Earth, he travels there to fight with the team.

* AdaptiveArmor
* [[spoiler:AntiVillain: He is being controlled by his scarab and once he is freed he is not evil at all.]]
* [[spoiler:AffablyEvil: His whole disposition doesn't change even after his [[TheReveal outing as]] TheMole.]]
* AliensStealCable: All Martians love television, apparently.
* [[spoiler:AndIMustScream: He was controlled by his Scarab, fully aware and unable to act, for so long that he can hardly remember actually being in control of himself.]]
* BigDamnHeroes: Rescues Alpha Squad from Black Beetle.
* [[spoiler:BrainwashedAndCrazy]]: [[spoiler:The Martian that the Scarab is possessing and by manipulating Blue Beetle and "fixing him", he does this to Jaime as well.]]
* [[spoiler: BroughtDownToBadass: His scarab is destroyed in the finale, but he's still a [[ComboPlatterPowers Martian]]]]
* CanonForeigner: {{Lampshaded}} when Impulse points out that he's never heard of him. B'arzz was created when the showrunners realized that, if they established that the Reach sent a scarab to every inhabited world after they'd already established that Mars is still fully populated in this universe, it would only make sense for there to be a Martian scarab user.
* [[spoiler: EleventhHourRanger]]: [[spoiler: As of "Intervention," he is now able to genuinely add his considerable power to the Justice League's side in time for their final showdown with the Reach.]]
** [[spoiler: And then his Scarab is destroyed in "Endgame". While he helps the League save Earth, he returns to Mars afterward.]]
* GeniusBruiser: Has full access to the Scarab's knowledge base.
* [[spoiler:HeelFaceBrainwashing: Zatanna uses an ancient spell which originally freed Blue Beetle's Scarab from Reach control to free both Green and Blue Beetle (again).]]
* MagicPants: The Scarab armor shapeshifts with him.
* [[spoiler: TheMole: [[SarcasmMode Shockingly]], it turns out he was working for the Reach all along.]]
* PhlebotinumRebel: All the power and knowledge of the Scarab, but it works for him instead of controlling him. [[spoiler: Or not.]]
** [[spoiler: Or Yes]]
* {{Shapeshifter}}
* ShoutOut: A Martian named B'arzz O'oomm with green armor. [[Literature/JohnCarterOfMars Hmm...]]
* SpannerInTheWorks: Impulse notes that he is curiously absent from history as he knows it. [[spoiler:And Green Beetle turns out to the the key factor in setting Blue Beetle on the path of evil...]]
* SuperPowerLottery: He has a Scarab's considerable arsenal and standard Martian powers (albeit with the Martian weakness to fire).
** PsychicPowers
*** MindOverMatter
*** {{Telepathy}}
** ShapeShifting: Has both the SwissArmyWeapon powers of a Scarab and his own ordinary shapeshifting.
*** {{Invisibility}}
*** IntangibleMan
** SuperStrength: Scarab-augmented Martian strength, which is already superior to humans.
** SwissArmyWeapon: Has the same powers all Scarabs do.
* TooSpicyForYogSothoth: [[spoiler: Subverted.]] According to B'arzz, the Scarab wasn't prepared for the unique physiology of a Martian. [[spoiler: Turns out it was entirely prepared.]]
* TheUnsmile: He tries to smile to reassure Miss Martian before she probes his mind. The attempt is off-putting, to say the least.

[[WMG: Secret (Greta Hayes)]]
-> Voiced by: Masasa Moyo

* CatchPhrase: "Secret."
* CainAndAbel: [[spoiler: Killed by her brother]]. Lampshaded by the magic shop across her home being "Abel's House of Secrets."
* [[spoiler:CuteGhostGirl]]
* [[spoiler:DeadAllAlong]]
* InformationWantsToBeFree
* InTheHood
* LineOfSightName: [[spoiler:Taken from a faulty neon sign across the street from her home]].
* MoralityChain[=/=]MoralityPet: A disturbing {{Deconstruction}}. [[spoiler:Her brother Harm kills her to eliminate all love from his life, making him "[[PureIsNotGood pure]]"]].
* [[spoiler:OurGhostsAreDifferent]]
* PokemonSpeak: "Secret" seems to be the only word she can say.
* WomanInWhite
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30th Nov '14 10:06:33 AM Anicomicgeek
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-> Voiced By: KathSoucie

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-> Voiced By: KathSoucie
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-> Voiced by: Bill Fagerbakke

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3rd Sep '14 7:41:57 AM creader
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->Voiced by Creator/EdwardAsner

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->Voiced by Geoff Pierson

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->Voiced by KathSoucie

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->Voiced by by: KathSoucie



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-> Voiced by Music/GreyDeLisle

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-> Voiced by Bill Fagerbakke

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-> Voiced by Creator/DeeBradleyBaker

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* {{Expy}}: All are based on WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}.



-> Voiced by Bryton James

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-> Voiced by Gregg Rainwater

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-> Voiced by by: Gregg Rainwater



-> Voiced by Creator/JaniceKawaye

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-> Voiced by Freddy Rodriguez

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-> Voiced by Michael Trucco

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-> Voiced by Creator/PhilLaMarr

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-> Voiced by Masasa Moyo

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-> Voiced by by: Masasa Moyo
26th Jun '14 8:06:16 AM creader
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* IndyPloy: Virgil tends to think on the fly, as demonstrated in both appearances after he's learned to control his abilities.



* IndyPloy: Virgil tends to think on the fly, as demonstrated in both appearances after he's learned to control his abilities.
8th Jun '14 10:15:07 PM creader
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19th May '14 10:08:41 AM Eagal
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* FanNickname: Their group isn't really called "The Runaways" in capital letters, but since the term is used both in dialogue and an episode title, fans have adopted it for that purpose.
5th May '14 5:37:34 PM Amado
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* ElectricBlackGuy
11th Apr '14 1:06:59 PM MarkLungo
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-> Voiced by JaniceKawaye

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10th Apr '14 6:39:41 PM Larkmarn
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* DeadGuyJunior: {{Inverted}}. He is named after his father, who is still alive.
10th Apr '14 6:54:32 AM creader
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* DeadGuyJunior: {{Inverted}}. He is named after his father, who is still alive.
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