The members of the comic book version of [[Comicbook/TeenTitans the Titans]], past and present, and their worst enemies. [[Characters/AnimatedTeenTitans See here]] for the characters in [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans the animated version]].


[[folder:Silver Age (1964-1969)]]
[[WMG:Aqualad / Tempest]]
->'''AKA:''' Garth
->'''Abilities:''' Aquatic adaptation, super-strength, telepathy, super-senses, sorcery, water manipulation
See the [[Characters/{{Aquaman}} Aquaman character sheet]] for more info.

[[WMG:Kid Flash I / The Flash III]]
->'''AKA:''' Wally West
->'''Abilities:''' Super-speed
See the [[Characters/TheFlash Flash character sheet]] for more info.

[[WMG:Robin I / Nightwing]]
->'''AKA:''' Dick Grayson
->'''Abilities:''' Martial arts master, detective skills, acrobatics
See ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} for more info.

[[WMG:Speedy / Arsenal / Red Arrow]]
->'''AKA:''' Roy Harper
->'''Abilities:''' Master archer and gunslinger
See the [[Characters/GreenArrow Green Arrow character sheet]] for more info.

* TheAloner: Tried to be this after ''Rise of Arsenal'' until Cheshire manipulated him into joining Deathstroke's team under false pretenses.
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Roy has sadly felt like this throughout his life, being behind Green Arrow, Connor Hawke, and Nightwing.
* TheAtoner
* ArtificialLimb: After Prometheus hacked his right arm off, Cyborg designed him a new one. However, this prosthetic isn't permanent, as Roy's right arm is still infected with the flesh-eating bacteria Prometheus laced his blade with. It's designed to "work around the nerve endings". It also causes him great pain to use it, impairs his ability as an archer drastically, and he can't wear anything over it unless it's his costume. It's also a total eyesore.
* BadassBeard: Spotted a soul patch for most of the late 90s and early 2000s until he became Red Arrow.
* BastardBoyfriend: Averted. While he can be a jerk and a hound dog, Roy has never harmed or mistreated any of the women he's been with, though his relationships have never exactly been steady.
* BigBrotherMentor: To younger teammate Damage. He nominated Grant for membership during ''Titans'' to make it up to him for how things went when Roy led the team. Thanks to Roy (and Lian), Grant was able to admit his foster father had abused him so badly when he was younger. Roy was willing to help Grant because he remembered what his teenage years were like and how often he was left to his own devices, and wasn't about to do the same.
* TheCasanova
* TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong: At Lian's funeral, Roy practically strangled Mia and blamed her for Lian's death. The majority of ''Rise of Arsenal'' seemed to be everyone coddling Mia Deardren and blaming Roy for Lian's death, even though A. Mia was supposed to be watching Lian and left her alone to fight the Electrocutioner, and B. Star City's destruction was a freak accident.
* DatingCatwoman: Cheshire, much to the revulsion and confusion of everyone around him, including Roy himself.
* DotingParent: He may have hired nannies from time to time, but he was REALLY good at being a single parent.
* EvilRedhead: After ''Rise of Arsenal'' and up until the end of ''Titans''.
* FieryRedhead
* TheFriendNobodyLikes: Due to critical research failure and a glaring case of ContinuitySnarl, ''Titans'' #23 painted Roy out as this during the early years of the Fab Five, to the point that the others knew about Roy's heroin addiction and simply told him to "get help or get out".
* [[GoodParents Good Parent]]: In contrast to Lian's mother Cheshire, who would most likely kill her own daughter if it proved necessary to her own survival, and Roy's mentor Green Arrow, a selfish JerkWithAHeartOfGold who neglected Roy a lot when they were out of costume. While not a perfect father, he's still considered one of the better parents in the DCU.
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Following Lian's death he turned antihero, then seemed to straddle the line between antihero and villain when he and Cheshire were planning to kill Deathstroke, then back to hero at the end of ''Titans''.
* HeroicBSOD: Following his arm being hacked off and Lian getting killed.
* IgnoredEpiphany: Via StatusQuoIsGod. A notable mini arc in the first ''Titans'' series was about Roy coming to terms with Cheshire being tried for her wanton genocide of Qurac and finally putting his lingering feelings of her behind for good after realizing she'll always be a murdering psychopath. However, most writers tend to ignore that for the sake of milking more {{Wangst}} out of their not-a-relationship, especially in ''Rise of Arsenal'' and the second ''Titans''.
* IHaveNoSon: Done twice to him. First by Green Arrow when he discovered Roy was a heroin addict, and then by Black Canary in ''Rise of Arsenal'' when she officially considered him a lost cause. That came back to bite her in the ass big time when Mortis got a hold of her in ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey''.
* ILetGwenStacyDie: Believes it was his fault Lian died, and other people, like Cheshire and Deathstroke, are eager to blame it on him to exploit his broken mental state, even though Lian's death was the result of Prometheus' malfunctioning machine and being left alone by Mia. By ''ComicBook/{{Convergence}}'' though, Roy has finally accepted Lian's death was not his fault.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* LukeYouAreMyFather: Once upon a time, Roy Harper dated Cheshire. And one day, Cheshire came with a number of reveals in her bag: that she found out that Harper was working for the government and dated her to try to capture her, that she found out that Harper is also the Titan known as Speedy... and that he had left her pregnant in that date, and now has an offspring that he has never knew about. And, as punishment, he won't know see his offspring, know his name, or even the gender.
* PapaWolf: To Lian, obviously, one of the most adorable and well-adjusted kids in comic book history. Despite requiring nannies from time to time, he never deprived her of love and attention and the two have had an amazingly adorable and loving relationship. What makes this so amazing is that Roy didn't have to sacrifice his brash personality, and just goes to show that he was a better father than his mentor Green Arrow could have ever hoped to be.
* PermaStubble: In the late 90s and early 2000s. This was considered a part of his rugged appeal, but when it came back after ''Rise of Arsenal'' it was just evidence of Roy's physical and emotional deterioration.
* ReallyGetsAround: Has dated Cheshire, Troia, Grace Choi, Huntress, and Hawkgirl.
* RealMenWearPink: He's every bit the lady's man his former mentor is, if not more so, and he can be brash and a bit of a jerk. That doesn't stop him from having scenes with his daughter that manage to redefine the word "adorable".
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: ''Rise of Arsenal''.
* SlasherSmile: Had a rather off-putting one during ''Titans'', though this was sometimes attributed to his drug-induced stupor.
* WhatDoesHeSeeInHer: Regarding Cheshire. While she is rather attractive and seductive, pretty much everyone lacks the ability to understand why Roy still holds some form of emotional attachment towards her given she's a sociopath, though Roy seems to believe its because he doesn't want Lian to see her mother in jail or executed.
* WoundThatWillNotHeal: His right arm is said to be infected with dormant flesh-eating bacteria called "nanomites" which were laced in Prometheus' blade. It's for this reason that he was given a removable prosthetic meant to work "around" his nerve endings.

[[WMG:Wonder Girl / Troia]]
->'''AKA:''' Donna Troy
->'''Abilities:''' Super-strength, flight, heightened reflexes

See the [[Characters/WonderWoman Wonder Woman character sheet]] for more.


[[folder:Bronze Age (1970-1979)]]

->'''AKA:''' Karen Beecher-Duncan
->'''Abilities:''' Flight, sonic blasts, electric "stings", insect-like size (after Infinite Crisis)

* ActionGirlfriend: Meant to become one for Mal, with more love for the superhero job than he does.
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Initially just had the alias of Bumblebee, but her later appearances had her at a tiny size as well. Her animated incarnation even displays what appeared to be natural wings and shrinking powers.
* CaptainErsatz: Essentially bears some similarity to Janet Van-Dyne/Wasp from MarvelComics Avengers with her powers and costume, although Karen's shrinking was only introduced in the cartoon (and her later comic self was permanently shrunk to the size).
* CoolShades: Had these briefly in her ''OYL'' get-up.
* GadgeteerGenius: She was introduced this way, with her technology skills. A retcon after the first Crisis even stated that she made Mal's Gabriel horn for him.
* HappilyMarried: As part of the OfficialCouple with Mal, until their relationship became strained from them being disfigured and they divorced offpanel in Doom Patrol.
* PoweredArmor: Had elements in this with her original spandex power suit, but plays this straight in her uniform in the Doom Patrol series.
* PowerHair: Has this in her Doom Patrol appearances.
* RetCanon: Sported her animated counterpart's outfit and hair style (the afro buns) for a time after the ''One Year Later'' time jump.
* {{Retcon}}: She was originally part of the East Coast team, but Marv Wolfman retconned her in as part of Titans West, as a way of keeping the "fab five" as their own team with everyone else being relegated to the other.

->'''AKA:''' John Gnaark
->'''Abilities:''' Super-strength, agility, and intelligence

* BusCrash: Was never seen again after the '70s Titans series. An offhand mention was then made of him having died, when Marv Wolfman decided to wrap up the whereabouts of the Bronze Age Titans at Donna Troy's wedding.
* CulturedBadass: After his crash course in modern culture, he becomes obsessed with acting like a civilized man, up to using a much fancier and more formal vocabulary than any of the other Titans and even refusing to use his enhanced strength unless in an emergency.
* NobleSavage: Starts out as this, having a good heart but being unable to communicate much with anyone other than Lilith. A crash course in modern culture later, and he becomes a CulturedBadass.
* OfficialCouple: With Lilith, up until his abrupt (offscreen) death. Post-Crisis, they had a psychic bond in their brief meeting while Lilith was dating Don Hall.
* TimeTravelEscape and YouAlreadyChangedThePast: In the Pre-Crisis continuity, Mal and Wally accidentally kill him in self-defense after an unexpected trip to the past. They later travel back in time again with the help of stone age wizard to save him from his untimely death in hopes of preserving the past. However, when they're brought back to the future, Gnaark goes back with them, thus making their efforts to keep him alive and in the past all for naught.

[[WMG:The Guardian / Herald / Vox]]
->'''AKA:''' Mal Duncan
->'''Abilities:''' Generates multi-dimensional portals; sonic blasts

* BadassNormal: He was initially just a super-strong boxer in his debut.
* BiblicalAllusion: He gets his horn during a vision paralleling that of Jacob, where he wrestles the Angel of Death to a standstill and receives the horn as a reward.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Vanished from DC titles after a while, and him and Karen were said to have divorced offpanel in the Doom Patrol series.
* DisabilitySuperpower: After his horn exploded in his face and left him mute in "Infinite Crisis", Steel and the Chief of the Doom Patrol fused the parts of the Gabriel's Horn into his body, allowing him to become open portals simply by speaking with a synthesized voice box.
* HappilyMarried: To Karen, until the whole Infinite Crisis incident and their divorce in Doom Patrol.
* HeroicSecondWind: His Gabriel's Horn invoked this pre-Crisis, being most useful when he was at a disadvantage.
* IHaveManyNames: Initially just used "Mal" as his codename, but then took on the suit of the original Guardian after his doubts about being an effective team member. He then briefly used the codename "Hornblower" after acquiring the Gabriel's Horn, but went back to his Guardian identity. Post-Crisis, he was always "Herald", and then became "Vox" when he moved to the Doom Patrol.
* PoweredArmor: In his Guardian identity.
* {{Retcon}}: Was relegated to being a part of the West team in Post-Crisis continuity, rather than the East team. His first two identities were also retconned away, and the nature of the Gabriel's Horn changed from being magical to being of special technology (and made for him by Karen).

[[WMG:Hawk and Dove]]
->'''AKA:''' Hank and Don Hall
->'''Abilities:''' Heightened strength and agility (both), claws (Hawk)

* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Due to some ExecutiveMeddling, Hank wound up becoming the villain Monarch in ''Armageddon 2001''. He then changed his codename to Extant and killed a number of Justice Society members, as well as attempting to rewrite history. Post-''Blackest Night'', Hank's on the side of the heroes again, though not all together.
* HeroicSacrifice: Dove, during Crisis on Infinite Earths. In the actual event, he was disintegrated by the shadow demons. This was retconned in Post-Crisis continuity to him being crushed by falling rubble, so that there would be a body left behind to bury (and confirm his death).
* IncorruptiblePurePureness: Don was apparently so at peace with his death that his white aura utterly obliterated any Black Lantern rings that tried to reanimate his corpse.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Hawk, in some writers' interpretations. Otherwise, he's more known for being an outright {{Jerkass}}.
* KilledOffForReal: Don's death has never been either {{Retcon}}ed or reversed; even 30 years (and a reboot) later, his successor Dawn remains the new Dove and his brother Hank's partner
* PlotRelevantAgeUp: Underwent this in a guest appearance in ''The Brave and the Bold'' in the 1970s. Overlapped with a bit of a ContinuitySnarl, as Hank and Don were aged up to being adult men while the rest of the DCU didn't age with them. Wolfman then poked fun at the continuity error in their cameo at Donna Troy's wedding, with the college-aged Hank and Don being baffled when someone had the impression that they were much older.
* RedOniBlueOni: Hawk's Red Oni to Dove's Blue Oni
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: Dove and Hawk respectively.
* SiblingYinYang: Hank was generally characterized as a short-tempered and fight-happy loudmouth, with Don being the calmer, more pacifistic, and studious brother.
** Co-creator Steve Skeates expressed some dismay with the {{Flanderization}} that quickly set in after the heroes' debut, as Steve Ditko was more apt to writing the stories in Hank's favor and making Don come off too passive and weak, rather than balancing out the brothers' characterizations.

[[WMG:The Joker's Daughter / Harlequin]]
->'''AKA:''' Duela Dent
->'''Abilities:''' Acrobatics, clown-themed gadgets

* DeadpanSnarker: In the pre-Crisis continuity, mostly aimed at Roy.
* FridgeLogic: Discussed in-universe in a conversation between Dick Grayson and Duela at Donna Troy's wedding. In the original Duela storyline written by Bob Rozakis, the question of Duela's parentage was eventually resolved with Duela being revealed as Two-Face's daughter sometime after he got married. Much later and under a different writer, Marv Wolfman, at Donna Troy's wedding Dick pointed out that this origin was impossible because Duela was too old for it to be true. Duela was close to Dick's age and Harvey Dent didn't become Two-Face or get married until after Dick Grayson had already become Robin. Duela admonishes Dick for taking so long to figure out such an obvious contradiction.
* LukeIAmYourFather: Duela claimed she was the daughter of multiple super-villains. Pre-Crisis it was believed she was Two-Face's daughter, until it was revealed that she was too old to be his child. Following ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'', it was revealed that Duela comes from Earth-3, and is the daughter of the Jokester (a heroic version of the Joker), Three-Face ( a heroic, female version of Two-Face) and the stepdaughter of a heroic Riddler.
* PlotRelevantAgeUp: A subversion. When she returned during Donna Troy's wedding, she was significantly older (and heavier), to further support that she wasn't Two-Face's daughter. Following ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'', her next appearance was in a mental institution, where her memories as a Titan were met with skepticism because of how old she was. During her next few appearances she was much younger. See WhatCouldHaveBeen below.
* ProgressivelyPrettier: Originally had a clown-like face as part of her costume, with exaggerated jaw and mouth (much the same way TheJoker was drawn at the time), and had poofy violet hair. In recent years and flashback sequences, her in-costume appearance was tweaked for her to appear more conventionally attractive, with only white face paint and her hair shown to be sleeker.
* RedHeadedHero: Originally, her hair was green as Joker's Daughter, violet as Harlequin, and brown when in her civilian identity. A few years ago she began sporting red hair.
* SexyJester: Her whole motif, whether she's calling herself the Joker's Daughter or the Harlequin.
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: Her death was what started ''ComicBook/CountdownToFinalCrisis''.

[[WMG:Lilith / Omen]]
->'''AKA:''' Lilith Clay[[note]]"Lilith Clay-Jupiter" in some biographies after Dan Jurgens' run of Teen Titans[[/note]]
->'''Abilities:''' Precognition, telepathy, teleportation

* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: With Gnaark.
* CListFodder: See below, in the case of ''Graduation Day''. She becomes somehow unable to detect that a Superman android isn't the real deal, and gets her neck snapped when she charges at him and attempts to scratch him.
* DarkerAndEdgier: Her transition to Omen. However, this was to play up the mystery of her character and the evolution of her psychic abilities to mystical powers. She never once turned into an anti-hero.
** After the New 52, Omen's been revamped as a blind villainess with a revealing outfit and reality-warping powers used for sinister purposes. However, due to the fan backlash, Lilith's appearance was restored closer to her original appearance, though she's been BroughtDownToNormal as a result.
* {{Expy}}: Became one of Raven in Dan Jurgens' run, due to him not being allowed to use that character. Later writers for her guest appearances (such as the Titans LA story) even had her acting as prim and proper as Raven, completely with the wiggly speech balloons. This faded during her guest stint in Jay Faerber's Titans stories.
** In the New 52, Omen wears a bird-themed costume and seems to be an expy of Dark Raven- as she was also originally intended to be that, before editorial changes hit.
* FieryRedhead: Subverted, as she was one of the milder personalities on the team.
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: She became evil in the post-Flashpoint Earth, but the next time she's seen in the third annual issue, she's no longer evil nor does she have her powers anymore.
* LukeIAmYourFather: Pre-Crisis, her birth mother turned out to be Thia of the Titans of Myth, and her birth father was dead due to being immolated by Thia. Post-Crisis, the identity of Lilith's father turned out to be Loren Jupiter, the man who financed the Titans. Her mother has not yet been revealed. Lilith's stated that her psychic abilities were inherited from her mother, and that she's very secretive. WordOfGod from Dan Jurgens has it that Lilith's mom is a preexisting DC character.
* MiniDressOfPower: Wore a few variations of this in her time with the Titans (usually in green or pink), although she also preferred other types of civilian clothing. After she became Omen (pre-New 52), she switched to just wearing her red robe, except for a period when she was a guest star in ''Titans'' volume 1.
* OfficialCouple: With Gnaarrk, Pre-Crisis. Post-Crisis, she had feelings for the redesigned (and soon to be deceased) Gnaarrk, but was also dating Don Hall.
* OmniscientMoralityLicense: Behaved like she had one in at least one silver age story, where she placed the other Titans in an illusion that reflected their worst fears in order to help them overcome said fears. She's never called out for it.
* RedHeadedHero: Although sometimes [[DependingOnTheArtist depicted as blonde as well]].
* ReincarnationRomance: One silver age story states that she's the reincarnation of [[RomeoAndJuliet Giulietta Capulet]], and at the end of the story, she gets with Romeo's reincarnation. However, it's ultimately subverted since she ends up with Gnaark and not Romeo.
* StuffedInTheFridge: ''Graduation Day''. The characters in story made a bigger deal of Donna Troy's death then her's. It can be argued that her death was what began the thread of mutilation and death being more closely associated with the Teen Titans.


[[folder: The New Teen Titans (1980-1994)]]
[[WMG:Baby Wildebeest]]
->'''Abilities:''' Super-strength

* BabyTalk: Often spoke in this, due to being a toddler. By the time of his cameos in Devin Grayson's ''Titans'', he spoke a little more coherently and like a slightly older child.
* CListFodder: Notable for being a gratuitous death of a child character, even if he was in his hulked-out adult mode at the time. He basically was violently gored through by Superboy Prime's heat vision, after attempting to attack him for beheading his "mama".
* DependingOnTheArtist: As to how monsterish he might have looked, vs. slightly more humanoid appearances.
* DesignerBabies: One of the Wildebeest Society's many unusual test subjects.
* RedeemingReplacement: to the Wildebeest Society
* StuffedInTheFridge: Died alongside his adopted mother Pantha to serve as character development for his father-figure Red Star. Character development that never happened beyond a single issue of ''Teen Titans''.

[[WMG:Beast Boy / Changeling]]
->'''AKA:''' Garfield Logan
->'''Abilities:''' Animal shapeshifting

* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Always has green skin-- until the New 52 reboot, where he has red skin to better connect him to the Red, the metaphysical manifestation of the Animal Kingdom.
* {{Animorphism}}: [[OurMonstersAreDifferent Including magical and mythological monsters]].
* BerserkButton: Whenever anyone hurts Raven, he goes mad!
* BigBrotherMentor: At least he tries to be.
* BirdsOfAFeather: With Raven in the New 52.
* BoxingLessonsForSuperman: Apparently, just watching AnimalPlanet allows him to discover new animal forms and the inherent powers they possess.
* TheChewToy
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow
* DarkAndTroubledPast: [[TraumaCongaLine Excessively]] even by super hero standards.
* DeadpanSnarker
* DependingOnTheArtist: How animalistic he looks (with features like PointedEars and CuteLittleFangs, clawed hands and [[DoesNotLikeShoes bare feet]], or [[HellishPupils slitted rather than round pupils]]) varies with each artist who draws him. How old he looks is also frequently changed, oftentimes looking [[OlderThanTheyLook as young as Bart]] rather then his actual age.
* HeterosexualLifepartners: With Cyborg.
* IJustWantToBeSpecial: He is very attached to his super powers.
* ImpossiblyTackyClothes: His only decent costume was even phased out for one more like his original costume.
* LoveableSexManiac: Boy-howdy! In his earliest appearances, he threw himself at nearly anything female. In fact, the second issue of ''The New Teen Titans'' has him intentionally inviting the team for a swim in his pool just to trick Donna Troy and Starfire into the ''skimpiest'' bikinis he could find.
** In his [[UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze Age]] bios, his relationship status was listed as "desperate."
* PrimalStance
* SadClown: His constant joking and goofing off are often shown to be a way to distract himself from dwelling on tragedy. This is a character who got his start in ''ComicBook/DoomPatrol,'' after all.
* SoleSurvivor: He is the only member of the Ravagers to survive after the cancellation of their book. He and Robotman are the only (relatively sane) survivors of the original Doom Patrol as well.
* WillTheyOrWontThey: With Raven.
** OfficialCouple: Settles on this just before the New 52 reboot too. Before that, he had a civilian girlfriend named Jillian, who he had an on-and-off relationship with.
* VagueAge
* WillfullyWeak: It is heavily implied multiple times that he restrains himself from shifting into magical and mythological creatures out of fear of losing control of himself. Fittingly since he killed his Trigon spawned EvilTwin in cold blood when pushed to far by turning into an EldritchAbomination and crushing him between his hands and Madame Rouge by accident when transformed into a chimera.
* YouFightLikeACow

[[WMG:Cyborg / Cyberion]]
->'''AKA:''' Victor Stone
->'''Abilities:''' Super-strength, invulnerability, technopathy, advanced weaponry, engineering skills

* ArmCannon
* GadgeteerGenius: This even evolves to the ability to take himself apart and put himself back together by the time of volume 3.
* HeterosexualLifepartners: With Beast Boy.
* HollywoodCyborg
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: When he was first introduced, Cyborg was the typical AngryBlackMan. He was a complete jerk, always shouting, always angry, always mad at everyone, with or without reason... and, as time goes by, his true personality begins to shine through. No, he was not the AngryBlackMan after all, it was a slow subversion.
* MeaningfulName: "Victor Stone" is a ShoutOut to [[{{Literature/Frankenstein}} Victor Frankenstein]] (in German, "Frankenstein" means "Stone of the Franks").
* TheNicknamer: Has a nickname for just about everyone (such as "Goldie" for Starfire and "Witch" for Raven).
* WeCanRebuildHim: And he hated his dad because of this.
** He was further rebuilt by Russian scientists when he wound up comatose from an accident in ''New Titans'', but this attempt went horribly wrong. He became a silent automaton and LivingProp for the majority of the run until the Technis restored his mind--at the cost of him being turned into an emotionless techno-organic alien being, and then evolving into a robotic planetoid before the Titans restored him to a more humanoid form.

->'''AKA:''' Joseph Wilson
->'''Abilities:''' Possession of others

* ArchnemesisDad: He explicitly joined the team to stop Deathstroke, his estranged father.
* BodySurf: What his power amounts to.
* CampStraight: Is a sensitive artist who was almost also homosexual, but his creators decided against it in fear of fueling the sensitive artsy gay stereotype. Jericho was instead shown to be a ladies' man and had romantic ties with Raven and Kole.
** Didn't stop the [[AccidentalInnuendo Accidental Innuendos]] with Dick Grayson. [[HoYay (Dick: "Joey, get in me!")]]
* TheCasanova: Manages to attract quite the women in his time.
* CuteMute
* EyeScream: At the end of "Deathtrap" in Titans vol. 2. He got better, at any rate (with a previously-unheard of ability to regrow the eyes).
* GreenEyes: Contact!
* HandSignals: These are a necessity, due to the mute factor. Perez also insisted on utilizing them for the character in lieu of constant thought bubbles and internal monologues, allowing the readers to pay more attention to Jericho's hand signs and body language.
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Has it just as bad, if not worst, as Raven. Raven was even partly the cause of it, albeit it wasn't her fault. Possessing a half-demon just had unexpected consequences.
* HotbloodedSideburns: One of the things he's most known for were his muttonchops from the 80's.
* ShownTheirWork: The sign language he uses ''is'' accurate.
* TechnicalPacifist
* UnresolvedSexualTension: With Raven. Their relationship hasn't been mentioned at all since the NTT era.
* WhiteSheep: Was the least violent of the Wilsons. Although, his stint of evil at the start of volume 3, ''Deathtrap'', and the New 52 avert this.

->'''AKA:''' Kole Weathers
->'''Abilities:''' Flight, can "spin" crystals

* BackFromTheDead: Played with and then subverted in ''Team Titans'', due to the different writers' conflicting ideas. Marv Wolfman reintroduced her as a mysterious helper to the team and implied that she had lingered on in the form of a spirit, while Phil Jimenez was told by the editors to explain her away as a false doppelganger. Her limp body is shown hanging behind Monarch, with the implication that she was one of his "puppets".
* RedHeadedHero
* SacrificialLamb: Created to die in ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths.''
* ShipTease: With Jericho. She even asked Jericho if they could have sex.

->'''AKA:''' Rosabelle Mendez
->'''Abilities:''' Super-strength, agility, and senses; claws

* CListFodder: Had her head punched off by Superboy-Prime in Infinite Crisis.
* CatGirl
* DeadpanSnarker: Always with a quip or general snark on hand.
* DependingOnTheArtist: Just how cat-like she looked when unmasked. Sometimes she'd appear with a snout-like nose and a slight point to her earlobes, and sometimes she'd have actual cat ears sprouting from her head or even whiskers. Other times, she'd have a relatively average human face, with the only "cat" feature being her slit-shaped pupils. Her eye color itself varied between being red or yellow.
* {{Expy}}: She was the Titans' Wolverine.
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: She wasn't just CListFodder, but she and her adopted son Baby Wildebeest were killed off to serve as development for her boyfriend Red Star. Development which consisted of a single issue of ''Teen Titans'' and two issues of ''Red Robin''.

->'''AKA:''' Danny Chase
->'''Abilities:''' Telekinesis, photographic memory

* BrattyHalfPint: The main reason of his unpopularity; he was snide, egotistical, bratty and arrogant.
* CousinOliver: He wasn't a popular character
* {{Foil}}: Was created to serve as one to Changeling.
* InsufferableGenius
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* [[spoiler:HeroicSacrifice: Eventually gave up his life to save the disembodied souls of Azarath. This caused him, Arella and the souls to merge into a new Phantasm.]]
* MindOverMatter
* RedHeadedHero
* TeenSuperspy: His parents were international spies; as such, he was trained in espionage, infiltration, and intelligence acquisition in addition to his powers.

->'''AKA:''' Raven, Rachel Roth (later alias)
->'''Abilities:''' Empathy, flight, telepathy, sorcery

* AllEncompassingMantle
* AstralProjection
* BirdsOfAFeather: With Beast Boy in the New 52.
* BrokenBird
* DivineParentage: She is the daughter of the demon Trigon and a human woman, something that causes her considerable angst.
* {{Empath}}
** EmpathicHealer: Could heal others, at the cost of having to feel their agony.
** EmotionEater: Initially could just instill and influence emotions in others, such as getting Wally West to believe he loved her. By volume 3, she'd developed the power to drain others of emotion as a way to help calm crowds.
* EvilCostumeSwitch: The second incarnation of "Dark Raven" (post-Titans Hunt) dresses in a gray cloak and {{Stripperiffic}} black leather lingerie (or bikini) and straps ([[DependingOnTheArtist or a black leather bodysuit]]). She also briefly undergoes this in the Brother Blood arc in volume 3, when he commands her to attack the Titans and her uniform suddenly becomes pitch black.
* {{Flight}}
* GettingSmiliesPaintedOnYourSoul: This was Raven's main power when she used the white cloak during the Wolfman era. Purified from Trigon's evil side, and no longer forced to deny emotions, she enjoyed giving happiness to everybody. Both to enemies, to make them become good guys, and to mere bystanders.
* GrandTheftMe: Trigon's evil influence basically manifests as a completely separate persona within her in "ComicBook/TheTerrorOfTrigon", leaving her to astral-project herself out of fear.
** After Raven died at the end of "Titans Hunt", her evil self manifested as her own persona and managed to implant herself into a metahuman to be the second incarnation of "Dark Raven". Luckily, the evil self unknowingly implanted the soul of the good/purified Raven into Starfire. Needless to say, both "halves" of her were still equally considered Raven (the pure soul and the Trigon avatar).
* HalfHumanHybrid: Part-demon.
* TheHeart
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Raven's [[InTheBlood demonic blood]] seems to turn her evil at least once a year, or give her paranoia of doing so.
* HypnotizeThePrincess: A case in the good guys' side. When she first reunited the Titans, Wally West refused to take part in it, so Raven influenced his emotions to make him love her. It was discovered a few issues later, and gave problems for years. Thanks for nothing, Zatanna!
* InTheHood: She loves the Hood; it somehow conceals her face just as well as a mask but without that pesky glue. It even stays on when she flies (the animated version provides a possible explanation for this by giving her telekinesis, a power she lacks in the comics.)
* LeotardOfPower: Wore a unitard after the ''One Year Later'' timeskip that paid homage to her animated self's outfit (but covered her legs). It was later discarded in favor of her wearing a dress again.
* TheMedic: Healing is her primary power and she is a pacifist who hates violence.
* {{Mediator}}
* MindControl: Subjects Beast Boy to this in her first appearance in the New 52.
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands:In her original portrayal, she was an empath and could teleport, along with inducing feelings in others. After her revival, Geoff Johns and other writers gave her the ability to fly (to tie in with her animated version), to completely deprive others of emotions, and gradually more previously-unseen magical powers for whatever type of story they wanted to tell.
* ShesGotLegs: Raven's original dress (both blue and white) showed her legs. Perez always included a MaleGaze on them.
* SugarAndIcePersonality
* TechnicalPacifist: ActualPacifist originally.
* [[TeleportersAndTransporters Teleportation]]
* WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove: While not a complete EmotionlessGirl, when purged of Trigon's influence for the first time, she had difficulty comprehending her suppressed emotions. Specifically the different branches of them. Because of this her powers were greatly influenced by her extreme emotional states. She assumed Nightwing's platonic love, was no different than romantic love and this caused her powers to make him believe he was romatically in love with her without either of them knowing the true cause. Starfire caught on to this and helped her see through her mistake.
* WillTheyOrWontThey: With Beast Boy.
** OfficialCouple: Settles on this just before the reboot too.
** In the NTT era she had a similiar relationship with Jericho with a more UnresolvedSexualTension flair.
* WomanInWhite: For a time with her purified self in ''New Titans''. Initially subverted with her being used as a pawn of Brother Blood and being made to torture Nightwing. After being saved by the Titans, she kept up the white uniform to symbolize her freedom- until she wound up corrupted and going evil again.
** In an homage to that arc, the new Brother Blood dressed the reborn Raven up in white to symbolize her being his "bride" in volume 3. However, this time around, Raven rejected the white uniform and went back to the classic blue dress and cloak (although Geoff Johns and Mike [=McKone=] seemed to also give her the color-changing powers of her animated self).

[[WMG:Red Star]]
->'''AKA:''' Leonid Kovar
->'''Abilities:''' Super-strength, speed, and stamina; pyrokinesis

[[WMG:Robin / Red Hood]]
->'''AKA:''' Jason Todd
->'''Abilities:''' Martial arts master, detective skills, acrobatics

See the [[Characters/BatmanAndBatFamily Batman: Batman and Bat Family character sheet]] for more info.

->'''AKA:''' Koriand'r / Kory Anders
->'''Abilities:''' Flight, super-strength, invulnerability, energy projection
See ComicBook/{{Starfire}} for more info.

* EightiesHair: Her initial look. Her hairstyle has changed in later times. It's wavy more-so than curly; it's incredibly long and thick, but it looks like normal hair nowadays. Her ''TinyTitans'' and ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' depictions show her with straight hair; though they've both temporarily been shown with the original style as a MythologyGag.
* BoobsOfSteel
* BruiserWithASoftCenter: She's a hot-headed warrior princess who can brutally kick the ass of almost any evil doer, but she's as gentle as a lamb with her friends and innocents.
* EthicalSlut: New52 only. What Starfire is supposed to come off as in Red Hood and the Outlaws, although she has had sex with only one person off panel in one issue so far.
* EvenTheGirlsWantHer
* TheFashionista: For a time, Starfire had a successful career as a fashion model.
* FieryRedhead: Literally.
* FlamingHair: She is occasionally drawn with her hair dissolving into fire.
* FlyingBrick: Though her super-strength is often downplayed in favor of her energy blasts and [[MsFanservice babe status]]. She's tough, but not outright invulnerable, so she straddles the line between this and FlyingFirepower.
** {{Flight}}: Which leaves a distinctive energy contrail behind, looking as if it is coming directly from her hair. Starfire has also been stated to have flown light years through space in short amounts of tim.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: A hot alien babe with orange skin.
* HandBlast: Her main power and attack.
* HumanAliens: Tamaranians are indistinguishible from humans, save the solid green eyes and spray-tan color skin, yet are specifically stated to taxonomically be felines rather than apes.
* InnocentFanserviceGirl: In her earlier appearances Starfire would often appear with CensorSteam nudity, due to both her time as a slave and her society's lack of nudity hangups. She still likes to shuck the clothing, but now she does it in (what is usually) private.
* InterspeciesRomance: With Dick Grayson, as well as a few other Earth men.
* LeotardOfPower: When her costume isn't a ChainmailBikini, anyway. In ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'' she's mistaken for a stripper after showing up on someone's doorstep.
* MagicKiss: Starfire can learn any person's language with a touch, but she chooses to do it with a kiss because it's more fun that way.
* MsFanservice: Kory is regarded as extremely physically attractive even by the standards of the superhero.
* RapunzelHair: In her original appearances, ''AND HOW!'' When in flight, her hair seemed to be over fifty feet long!
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: She is a princess, though whether or not she counts as "acting" monarchy is debatable since she's in willing exile.
* ShamelessFanserviceGirl: [[ This]] panel describes it best.
* SuperStrength: Moderate.

->'''AKA:''' Tara Markov
->'''Abilities:''' Manipulates earth and stone

* AdaptationalHeroism: In the Comicbook/{{New 52}} and the animated series.
* CuteAndPsycho
* TheCutie: Subverted.
* DishingOutDirt
* EvilAllAlong
* {{Expy}}: She debuted in ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' shortly after Kitty Pryde debuted in ''ComicBook/XMen'', and Marv Wolfman has more or less admitted that he played with the idea of Terra being an Evil Kitty Pryde (teen-age mutant much-loved by her fellow team members, only to betray them).
* InformedAbility: Lots of rhetoric in her final story on how evil she is. Even though, what with dying at 16, she didn't have time to do all that much evil.
* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: When she was a Titan she was a complete Jerk, always insulting everybody and attacking them for petty reasons. And, as it was discovered later, she was ''pretending to be nice''.
* LateArrivalSpoiler: When it happened, the reveal that Terra was a traitor was a complete surprise. Nowadays, with a pair of decades of Teen Titans with the betrayal of Terra as a recurring past plot element, and an animated series where she did precisely the same thing, it shouldn't be a surprise for anyone.
* LittleMissSnarker
* TheMole
* ProgressivelyPrettier: Was originally meant to be a "cute" but unconventional-looking type of girl with large front teeth, short cropped hair, and being shorter than the others. Later artists' flashbacks and her zombie form in ''Blackest Night'' instead show her to have long hair, no buck teeth, and a shapely body.
* ShipTease: With Beast Boy until she was revealed as TheMole.
* SixthRanger: Until she becomes...
* SixthRangerTraitor
* TheSociopath
* TeensAreMonsters


[[folder: Team Titans (1992-1994)]]
!General Tropes

* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Aside from the main team, the series introduced many other Titans from the future. They were mostly seen as background characters or either acted as allies or enemies to the protagonists.
* RetGone: All Team Titans were erased from existence in Zero Hour after their timeline was wiped out. The only survivors were Terra II, Mirage, and Deathwing, who were retconned to be from the main timeline and planted into the alternate future by the Time Trapper.

->'''AKA:''' Carrie Levine
->'''Abilities:''' Flight, tracking, razor-sharp beak and talons (later mutation)
* LeotardOfPower
* PointyEars
* RedHeadedHero
* WingedHumanoid: Due to her mother being exposed to radiation while pregnant, Carrie was born with a strange pair of red-feathered wings.

[[WMG:Prestor Jon]]
->'''AKA:''' Jonathan Levine
->'''Abilities:''' Can interface with computers, shape-shifting (with artificial body)

* BrainUploading: Transferred his mind into a computer before he died, and lived on in the form of a bracelet. His essence was then uploaded into a robotic duplicate of his original body.
* RedHeadedHero: Before his death and in his artificial body.

->'''AKA:''' Charlie Watkins
->'''Abilities:''' Flight, ability to transform into a being of living electricity, generation and control of electricity

* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: Infamous for his racism, which first manifested in an ignorant comment about finding Mirage attractive even though she had dark skin. This was a trait intended to be expanded on through the series and cause discomfort within the team, but the series' cancellation cut it short.
** Ironically, it's implied that the main universe version of him, if he ever existed, was black.
* ShockAndAwe
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: His codename was usually spelled "Killowat" in the comics, while his Teen Titans Go self spells it "Kilowatt".

[[WMG:Nightrider ]]
->'''AKA:''' David (surname unknown), Dagon
->'''Abilities''': Immortality, shape-changing, enhanced senses, strength, durability, and speed

* OurVampiresAreDifferent
* PointyEars
* TimeParadox: Saves the main universe version of himself from the accident that would have made him into Dagon.

->'''AKA:''' Lyons (first name not given)
->'''Abilities:''' Enhanced speed, strength, and durability

* {{Expy}}: Of Cable.
* RedHeadedHero


[[folder: Arsenal's Titans (1994-1996)]]
->'''AKA:''' Grant Emerson
->'''Abilities:''' Channel energy to physically enhance himself or fire energy blasts.

* DarkAndTroubledPast: Beyond the few years he spent trying to figure out just who his actual birth parents were, the readers discovered that his foster father physically and sexually abused him.
* KilledOffForReal: In "Blackest Night".
* WoundThatWillNotHeal: Winds up with a severely disfigured and maimed face, due to being attacked by Zoom in Infinite Crisis. This leads to him wearing a full-face mask to cover up the injuries.

[[WMG:Green Lantern]]
->'''AKA:''' Kyle Rayner
->'''Abilities:''' Green Lantern power ring

[[WMG:Impulse / Kid Flash]]
->'''AKA:''' Bart Allen
->'''Abilities:''' Super-speed

See the [[Characters/TheFlash Flash character sheet]] for more.

->'''AKA:''' Jarras Minion
->'''Abilities:''' PowerArmor.

->'''AKA:''' Miriam Delgado
->'''Abilities:''' Illusions

* BlackEyesOfCrazy: A heroic example, with her having pitch black sclerae but gray irises. This was averted in her later cameos, however, as colorists have seemed to have forgotten.
* ConvenientMiscarriage: She appears to miscarry out of trauma at seeing Deathwing again (as he'd raped her and gotten her pregnant). Towards the end of the series, the trope is subverted when it's revealed that Mirage decided to mask her pregnancy and fake the miscarriage, in order to protect herself from Deathwing. Her illusion finally fails when she goes into labor.
* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: She committed rape by fraud on Nightwing by posing as Starfire. When the act was revealed, Mirage just joked that he should've known something was off.
* LeotardOfPower: Wears a white-and-gold leotard as part of her second and better known costume.

->'''AKA:''' Rose Wilson[[note]]Also listed as "Rose Wilson-Worth" in pre-Flashpoint profiles[[/note]]

* AdaptationalVillainy: In the ComicBook/{New 52}}, as Rose Wilson of N.O.W.H.E.R.E. against, ironically, the Ravagers.
* AntiHero: Strongly Type III.
* TheBigGuy
* BloodKnight
* DaddysGirl: When she was BrainwashedAndCrazy.
* DarkActionGirl
* DependingOnTheArtist: Her eyes alternated between being colored blue or green, until colorists finally settled on blue. Her later appearances had her sometimes looking like a younger teenage girl and shorter, or being taller with a bit more muscle. And there's whether or not her pre-Flashpoint self looked as white as Wonder Girl, or if her Cambodian ancestry was even slightly reflected.
* EyeScream: In pre-Flashpoint continuity, she cut out her own eye to earn [[WellDoneSonGuy Deathstroke's approval]].
* EyepatchOfPower
* HeadbuttingHeroes: With Wondergirl.
* MasterSwordsman ([[DualWielding Dual Wields]] NerfArm [[KatanasAreJustBetter Katanas]])
* MixedAncestry: Was originally part-Cambodian, but this could be hard to tell with the way her facial features were drawn in most artwork. Post-Flashpoint, [[RaceLift she's now entirely Caucasian]] as Adeline Kane is her mother (rather than Lili Worth).
* {{Seers}}: She has limited precognition (usually a few seconds at most).
** CombatClairvoyance
* ShipTease: With Kid Flash and Superboy.

->'''AKA:''' Matrix / Linda Danvers

* PutOnABus: In the cases of both Matrix AND Linda. The former merged with a New God named Twilight and focus on Peter David's run on ''Supergirl'' shifted solely to the latter. Linda was last seen in hell during the ''Reign of Hell'' mini-series, and hasn't been seen since.

->'''AKA:''' Unknown (impersonated Tara Markov)
->'''Abilities:''' Earth Manipulation

* ClingyJealousGirl: Threatened Gar's on-and-off girlfriend Jillian, and was shown to be seething over him being close to Flamebird.
* DishingOutDirt
* IllGirl: Early on, it was stated that her powers were weakening her and would eventually kill her. Prestor Jon managed to put a stop to that.
* TheMole: Subverted. She was planted in the Team Titans by Lord Chaos as a way of repeating the success of the first Terra's betrayal. Unfortunately for his plan, she turned against him and stuck with the team.
* {{Retcon}}: She was originally meant to be a normal girl that was surgically operated on to resemble Tara Markov. An editor later told Marv Wolfman to hint at her possibly being Tara resurrected, by showing the original Terra's grave to be empty (and having the Time Trapper suggest she was from this timeline). Geoff Johns seemed to be heading in that direction, but nothing came of it. Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti went back to the idea that she was a separate entity, but that she was actually a member of Atlee's race modified to resemble the first Terra.
* ShipTease: With Damage, though their relationship didn't work out too well. She also had a crush on Beast Boy, but he was uncomfortable with how she resembled the girl that betrayed him.
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: Killed during World War 3 by Black Adam, to make room for the third Terra, Atlee.


[[folder: Atom's Teen Titans and The Titans (1996-2003)]]
->'''AKA:''' Toni Monetti
->'''Abilities:''' Creates constructs of silver plasma.

* HalfHumanHybrid: Her actual father was a H'San N'Tall alien, which caused her skin to gradually become paler as she aged until finally turning silver when her powers fully manifested.
* MsFanservice: Her outfits, especially her first, which made use of:
** ImpossiblyLowNeckline
* SpoiledBrat
[[WMG:The Atom]]
->'''AKA:''' Ray Palmer
->'''Abilities:''' Able to shrink to microscopic size

[[WMG: [[{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel, Jr.]]]]
->'''AKA:''' Freddy Freeman

[[WMG:Jesse Quick]]
->'''AKA:''' Jesse Chambers
->'''Abilities:''' Super-speed and strength, flight

* HappilyMarried: To Hourman.

[[WMG:Joto / Hotspot]]
->'''AKA:''' Isiah Crockett
->'''Abilities:''' Flight, Generating and sensing heat.
* BackFromTheDead: Coupled with HeroicSacrifice. He dies saving the team during volume 2, but is reanimated by the H'San N'tall to fight against his team of Titans. He's fully resurrected by the end of run, thanks to Prysm helping restore his mind and soul to make him remember who he was.
* HalfHumanHybrid: His biological father was one of the H'San N'Tall aliens, which caused him to gain his ability to generate heat.
* RetCanon: Suddenly began sporting the look and powerset of his animated counterpart (outright fire instead of heat) during the ''52'' mini-series and later cameos. His name was also changed to "Hotspot" as "Joto" (though meaning "heat" in Swahili) is a derogatory term for homosexuals in Spanish.

->'''AKA:''' Audrey Spears
->'''Abilities:''' Made of living crystal, flight, refracts light as a crystal.

* AllThereInTheManual: According to Dan Jurgens and early promotional material for volume 2, her real name is "Audrey Spears". This is never brought up in the series itself, where she's usually referred to her by her codename or the nickname "Prys".
* HalfHumanHybrid: The most obvious case of the four Titans in Jurgens' run. She never got to see her actual appearance until she was freed from her deprivation tank, and only ''wished'' she looked fully human. Even so, she opts to stay in space with her alien father and her mother (who was taken as a queen to the species) by the end.
* InnocentFanserviceGirl: Prefers to go around naked most of the time due to her crystalline nature, but sometimes will wear clothing as a civilian.

->'''AKA:''' Cody Driscoll
->'''Abilities:''' Super Senses, enhanced reflexes, strength and durability

* CListFodder: Got one arm torn off by Superboy Prime during ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis. Got the other torn off again by Superboy Prime in another event.
* HalfHumanHybrid: Due to his actual father being of the H'San N'Tall.

[[folder: Post-''Graduation Day'' (2003-2011)]]
!General Tropes
* CListFodder: Molecule was cleaved in half in the ''"Terror Titans"'' mini-series, Young Frankenstein was killed by Black Adam, Power Boy was killed by Trigon's sons, and Hawk (Holly) died by a Black Lantern of her predecessor. Later on, Kid Eternity was written out of the book and killed off by way of ExecutiveMeddling, while Red Devil also wound up dying (with a planned resurrection arc shot down by Dan Didio).
* CanonImmigrant: Mas Y Menos appear briefly in reference to former members that joined during a one-year timeskip. They originated from the Teen Titans cartoon.
* FlatCharacter: Quite a few of the Titans that Johns referenced as having joined the team during the timeskip amounted to being this. Miss Martian, Bombshell, and Zachary Zatara were lucky to have some degree of development and stick around as either part of the team or supporting characters. Meanwhile, characters like Molecule, Young Frankenstein, Talon, Mas Y Menos, and Little Barda weren't so lucky and were either killed off (see above) or [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome simply vanished and were never referenced again]].

->'''AKA:''' Lorena Marquez
->'''Abilities:''' Aquatic adaptation, enhanced strength and durability

->'''AKA:''' Jaime Reyes

->'''AKA:''' Amy Sue Allen
->'''Abilities:''' Flight, Super Strength, Invulnerability, energy blasts

* AntiHero: Strongly Type III.
* TheBigGuy:
* DarkActionGirl
* FaceHeelRevolvingDoor: Starts as a Face, ends up being TheMole, forced to hide out with them due to her failing her mission against them.
* HeadbuttingHeroes: Replaces Ravager in most roles while she's on the team.
* TheMole
* YouHaveOutLivedYourUsefulness: Told this by her own father. Not happy about it.

[[WMG: Riddler's Daughter/Enigma]]
->'''AKA:''' Unknown
-> '''Abilities:''' Hand to hand combat

* BrattyTeenageDaughter: To the Riddler. Apparently.
* CListFodder: Implied to have been beaten to death by the Riddler at the end of Batman #712, as she's never seen again afterward (although the DC Universe was also shortly rebooted after the storyline).
* FaceHeelTurn: Was a Teen Titan with Duela, but both defected and became villains on Titans East, with Enigma hoping to impress her father.
* GirlishPigtails
* RedHeadedHero: Alternates between this and a dark blonde, depending on the colorist.
* SatelliteCharacter: To both Duela and the Riddler.

[[WMG:Hawk and Dove]]
->'''AKA:''' Holly and Dawn Granger
->'''Abilities:''' Heightened strength and agility (both), flight, advanced healing, enhanced perceptions of those around her, can channel destructive beams of light (Dove)

* CListFodder: Holly got her heart torn out by a Black Lantern Hank Hall. Though turned into a zombie as well, she was not resurrected (having been disintegrated to ash by her sister's light powers)
* DependingOnTheArtist: Holly was shown with brown hair, red hair, and blonde hair throughout her short-lived time in the comics. The length of her hair also varied wildly, as did her height and [[MostCommonSuperPower bust size]].
** Dawn was originally depicted as a woman of average height in her civilian form, and would grow to be taller as Dove. Her hair would also change from blonde to white, and grow in length. Some of the later colorists forgot this and had her hair white in both of her identities, while artists depicted her hair as the same length in both.
* DependingOnTheWriter: Geoff Johns and other writers intended for Holly to be the younger sister, though Judd Winick had the impression she was older. Some of the writers also seemed to forget that Dawn was around the age of the New Teen Titans, at times treating her as if she were a little younger.
* IncorruptiblePurePureness: Dawn's was so strong that her aura could destroy [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Black Lanterns]].
* RedOniBlueOni
* RememberTheNewGuy: In the Kesels ''Hawk and Dove'' series, Dawn was stated to be an only child, which was something which she felt bad about. Geoff Johns attempted to quickly explain Holly's existence by stating that she had been living away in England since her childhood. But a confusing point was that he and other writers treated Dawn's parents as if they had been long divorced, while the Kesels showed them to have a happy marriage.
* SiblingYinYang: During their time as a duo, Dawn was portrayed as the more responsible and cautious elder sister. Meanwhile, Holly was louder, reckless, and more fight-happy.

[[WMG:Kid Devil / Red Devil]]
->'''AKA:''' Eddie Bloomberg
->'''Abilities:''' Fire Breath, enhanced strength and reflexes, healing factor, burning hot skin, limited flight, teleportation

* AmbiguouslyJewish
* {{Adorkable}}
* AscendedFanboy
* BigRedDevil
* BreathWeapon
* [[CuteMonsterGirl Cute Monster Boy]]
* GeniusDitz: He ''did'' make a power suit when he was twelve.
* HeroicSacrifice: Titans in this era tended to drop like flies, mostly for simplistic attempts to raise the tension. Eddie was the first one in this era to die with any meaning to it, sacrificing himself to save the city.
* HeroWorshipper: To Blue Devil originally.
* HornedHumanoid
* IJustWantToHaveFriends and IJustWantToBeSpecial: His defining characteristics.
* JumpedAtTheCall
* KidSidekick: It didn't turn out the way he hoped.
* KilledOffForReal
* PlayingWithFire
* RedOniBlueOni: Literally the Red Oni to Blue Beetle's Blue Oni.
* RePower: Went from wearing devil pajamas to actually being a fire breathing devil.
* TheTropeKid
* [[SuperZeroes Super Zero]]: Was one in his early pre-demonification days, but grew out of it by the time he changed his codename to Red Devil.
* YouAreWorthHell: Played with. Eddie does not ever become trapped in hell for someone, but he is willing to damn his soul for superpowers just so he can be a hero, save lives, and belong to the Teen Titans, whom are very much his family by the end of his time on Earth.

[[WMG:Kid Eternity]]
->'''AKA:''' Christopher Freeman
->'''Abilities:''' Ability to call back the deceased and transform into them.

* DroppedABridgeOnHim: Was last seen in ''Titans'' getting snatched by Calculator. Some time later, in the pages of ''Batgirl'', Calculator gives an off-hand reference to his death, having been forced to constantly summon the spirit of Calculator's son, Marvin.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Vanished without a trace from ''Teen Titans'', his own team wouldn't express any interest in his whereabouts or fate until a much later arc.

[[WMG:Impulse/Kid Flash]]
->'''AKA:''' Bart Allen

See the [[Characters/TheFlash Flash character sheet]] for more.

[[WMG:Miss Martian]]
->'''AKA:''' Megan Morse / M'gann M'orzz
->'''Abilities:''' Flight, super strength, shape shifting, invisibility, telekinesis, intangibility, optic force blasts, telepathy.

* CuteMonsterGirl: Averted with [[ her White Martian form, which looks just as monstrous as other White Martians]].
* TheCutie
* {{Expy}}: Many fans thought of as one of [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans the cartoon's]] Starfire in terms of personality.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: The form she usually assumes.
* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch: The only gentle, loving member of the otherwise AlwaysChaoticEvil White Martian race.
* RedHeadedHero
* VoluntaryShapeShifting
* {{Telepath}}
* [[TokenHeroicOrc Token Heroic White Martian]]

->'''AKA:''' Amon Tomaz

* AxCrazy: What he became.
* BackFromTheDead
* EvilCounterpart: In a sense and then played straight. He started out as the Black Marvel Family's answer to Captain Marvel Jr. but wasn't a bad person. Then when he died and came back he gradually became more selfish and prone to violence until he basically became the Marvel Family's answer to Superboy-Prime.
* {{Expy}}: Of Captain Marvel Jr. Later of Superboy-Prime.
* FaceHeelTurn
* {{Flanderization}}: Started out as a NaiveNewcomer unaware of the stigma attached to Black Adam. Then became disillusioned and feared he was cursed by Adam's power before he was killed by his seeming friend Sobek. After his undead heroic sacrifice in ''ComicBook/BlackestNight'' he became the TokenGoodTeammate of Slade's mercenary team before gradually become self-deluded, completely selfish, and completely willing to spill blood to get what he wants.
* IgnoredEpiphany: In a sense. After being revived as a Black Lantern, Amon was somehow in control of his mind and body, and managed to pull a heroic sacrifice stopping Black Lantern Sobek. Then he came back from the dead and helped killed Ryan Choi.
* ItsAllAboutMe
* NaiveNewcomer: What he started out as.
* TokenGoodTeammate: Was this for Slade's team until he became fully evil.

[[WMG:Robin / Red Robin]]
->'''AKA:''' Tim Drake

See the [[Characters/BatmanAndBatFamily Batman: Batman and Bat Family character sheet]] for more info.

->'''AKA:''' Kiran Singh
->'''Abilities:''' Light Manipulation, Flight

* BrokenBird: Kiran mentions that while she was N.O.W.H.E.R.E.'s prisoner she was forced to do horrible things in order to survive.
* DarkIsNotEvil: In the reboot continuity, Kiran's powers have somehow shifted and caused her to look as if she's made up of smoke and charcoal. Fans referred to her as "Charcoal Girl" and assumed she was a completely different character until they found out she was Solstice.
* LightEmUp[=/=]LightIsGood: Her power set.
* RaceLift: Reversed. Kiran's [=Nu52=] counterpart has been, unfortunately, colored with white skin in the later issues of ''Teen Titans''.

->'''AKA:''' Mia Dearden

->'''AKA:''' Virgil Hawkins

->'''AKA:''' Conner Kent / Kon-El

See [[ComicBook/{{Superboy}} his own page]] for more.

->'''AKA:''' Kara Zor-El / Linda Lang

[[WMG: Talon]]
-> '''AKA''': Unknown

* BackForTheDead: Talon's first appearance in the [=DCnU=] was [[spoiler: as individually wrapped body parts left for Owlman as a Christmas gift.]]
* EvilCounterpart: To Robin, initially. It's never exactly specified which Robin he's the analogue of, though he seems to have a suit more like Tim Drake's [[note]]It's also known that his predecessor was killed by the Jokester (possibly mirroring Jason Todd's death), and that the Owlman he joined up with was a former Talon.[[/note]]
* HeelFaceTurn: Started out as the Earth-3 Robin and a villain, but jumped Earths and became a hero and member of the Teen Titans.
* SatelliteCharacter: To Duela Dent, as he was said to be her boyfriend.

[[WMG:Wonder Girl]]
->'''AKA:''' Cassandra Sandsmark

See the [[Characters/WonderWoman Wonder Woman character sheet]] for more.


[[folder: Post-''Flashpoint'' (2011-Present)]]
->'''AKA:''' Miguel Jose Barragan

* BadassGay: A gay teen who can attack with psionic bricks.
* BarrierWarrior: He's basically a GreenLantern.
%%* TheBigGuy
%%* BoisterousBruiser
* CampGay: Only slightly.
* GratuitousSpanish: Being a teen metahuman from a small village in Mexico, he tends to pepper his speech with random Spanish words. He's actually pretty restrained compared to most examples, using one or two Spanish words or phrases per issue (as opposed to "per word bubble"). At one point he even lampshaded it.
--> know the rest
* IncorruptiblePurePureness: In one issue, a villain named Grymm tries to take control of one of the Titans. He tries to take hold of Miguel's mind, but he can't because he says Miguel is "too happy and centered."
* {{Keet}}: He's very cheerful and energetic.
* NiceGuy: He's very friendly.
* PositiveDiscrimination: Contrast to lots of {{angst}} being thrown around with the rest of the Titans, but Miguel is an openly homosexual Mexican Catholic who comes from a family and a village that was nothing but supportive of both him and his powers. He's the happiest and most competently functioning of the current Titans team.

->'''AKA:''' Celine

* AllWebbedUp: She can spin webbing from several joints on her body.
* HalfHumanHybrid: She can turn into an insect/human creature, but [[InvoluntaryShapeshifter not voluntarily]].
* MultiarmedAndDangerous: She has four arms when transformed. Oddly enough, her upper left arm stays mostly human.
* ShooOutTheNewGuy: She went missing during ''The Culling'' event and hasn't been seen ever since.
* StarfishLanguage: She usually speaks in screeches and chirps when transformed, but can sometimes speak in broken sentences.
* WallCrawling

[[WMG:Danny the Street]]
->'''AKA:''' Danny the World, Danny the Brick, Danny the Bungalow, Danny the Island, Danny the Alley

%%* BewareTheNiceOnes
* {{Catchphrase}}: "Bona to vada," which is Polari.
* GeniusLoci: He ain't called Danny the Street for nothin'.
* HeroicSacrifice: He exhausts his powers so much after the first fight with Harvest he's reduced to a single alleyway, though he later recovers.
* ManlyGay: Invoked by the fact that he's lined with hardware stores and gun shops that are decorated in pink, lacy frills.
%%* NiceGuy
* UnexpectedCharacter: No one would have ever expected Danny the Street to be a Teen Titan.
* WasOnceAMan: Implied. Pre-Flashpoint, Danny may have very well been a human being, but also alludes that he is the last remnant of a fantastic magical world. Post-Flashpoint, Red Robin implies that Danny is a teen superhuman whose powers manifested as such, but he hasn't been given any specific focus.
* WholesomeCrossdresser: He's a street that's lined with manly stores decorated in frills and lace.


[[folder: Ancillary Teams (Titans West, Titans L.A., Titans East, Honorary Titans)]]

!General Tropes

->'''AKA:''' Courtney Mason
->'''Abilities:''': Super-strength, flight, force beams, channels the Animus entity and can drain the life force from her surroundings
* CListFodder: She was first thrown into a coma after having a beam tear through her from Trigon's sons. Sometime later, she was then torn in half and killed by one of Prometheus' portals in ''Faces of Evil''
* CleavageWindow: In her "Titans East" redesign.
* InstantArmor: Had this in her original powerset.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Writers after her reintroduction seemed to forget all about the Animus entity, who could have also saved her from her predicament.
* YouDontLookLikeYou: Through her own series and her original DCU appearances, Courtney was a tomboyish punk and wore spiked armor that covered her whole body. By the time she was brought back for Titans East, many fans at first confused her for Amethyst of Gemworld as she was redesigned to wear skimpy violet armor, had long flowing hair, and was much more conventionally feminine in appearance and personality.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Sported purple hair for a while after her redesign, until it was changed back to blonde.

[[WMG: Aquagirl I]]
->'''AKA''': Tula

See the [[Characters/{{Aquaman}} Aquaman character sheet]] for more info.

->'''AKA:''' Ryuko Orsono

* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: "Ryuko Orsono" is nowhere near a legitimate Japanese name. A more plausible surname would be "Osono".
* CListFodder: Ripped in half by Superboy-Prime.
%%* GratuitousJapanese

->'''AKA:''' Mary Elizabeth "Bette" Kane (Pre-Crisis: Betty Kane)
->'''Abilities:''': Acrobatics, martial arts, blinding flare goggles (in later costumes)

See the [[Characters/BatmanAndBatFamily Batman: Batman and Bat Family character sheet]] for more info.

[[WMG:Golden Eagle]]
->'''AKA:''' Charley Parker/Ch'al Andar

* BackFromTheDead: In a way. Was originally strangled to death in "Titans Hunt" (and then buried!), but a retcon later revealed that his father managed to arrive and resuscitate him with Thanagarian science.
* EyeScream: Had his left eye bludgeoned and gouged out by Hawkman in their fight, causing him to have wear a cybernetic eye patch in his later appearances.
* FaceHeelTurn: Became a villain in the ''Hawkman'' series, jealous and wanting revenge against Carter Hall out of the belief that he had betrayed his father.
* {{Retcon}}: In the Pre-Crisis era, he was a fanboy of Hawkman who somehow gained powers from the Matter Master. Post-Crisis, he (initially) had no connection to Hawkman and his powers were unexplained. Then it was later revealed that he was the son of Fel Andar (the fake Hawkman from ''Invasion'') and that his armor was a gift from his estranged father.
* SurferDude: He originally was one in his Post-Crisis origin.

[[WMG:Little Barda]]

* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Is injured and not referenced again after "Titans East". Fan conjecture is that she could have died during DC's "Death of the New Gods" event as all characters from the Fourth World were wiped out.

[[WMG:Power Boy]]
->'''AKA:''' Unknown
->'''Abilities''': Super-strength, flight, super-speed, invulnerability, able to sense others' emotions

* CleavageWindow: A male version, intended to parody Power Girl's outfit.
* CListFodder: Killed by Trigon's sons.
* DomesticAbuser: To Supergirl, which caused them to break up.

[[WMG: The Protector]]
->'''AKA:''' Jason Hart
->'''Abilities''': Hand-to-hand combat

* CaptainErsatz: Was originally created to replace Robin in the ''New Teen Titans'' anti-drug comics by Keebler.
* CanonImmigrant: Sort of, as he was later given an actual identity and profile to confirm his status in the Titans universe, although he never managed to be used in a significant role afterwards. The few times he's shown up usually amount to crowd scenes (such as in ''Infinite Crisis'' or at a membership drive), though a Hypertime counterpart of him appeared as part of an alternate universe team in a quick cameo in ''Titans volume 1''.

[[WMG:Son of Vulcan]]
->'''AKA:''' Miguel Devante
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Was injured by Trigon's sons, and then was never referenced again even though he was one of the survivors.
* PoweredArmor


[[folder: Villains]]
->'''AKA:''' Komand'r

Starfire's older sister, Komand'r is bitter, sadistic, and out for her younger sibling's blood. Born the day that The Citadel attacked Tamaran, and later crippled by a childhood illness that left her unable to fly, Komand'r was abhorred by the people of Tamaran, and passed over in favour of Koriand'r. She eventually betrayed her planet to The Citadel, after which she and her sister were both captured by the Psions and granted their starbolt powers. Starfire became a heroine, while Blackfire turned to supervillainy, trying to conquer Tamaran and eliminate her sister.
* {{Archenemy}}: Introduced as Starfire's, though they're on better terms now.
* CainAndAbel: The Cain to Starfire's Abel.
* DrivenByEnvy: Envy of Starfire is her driving motivation.
* EvilCounterpart: To Starfire.
* EvilCripple: It's not visible to us, but Blackfire's inability to fly is a serious handicap in Tamaran society.
* EvilRedhead: As Starfire's evil sister, this is to be expected.
* {{The Evil Prince}}ss: Prior to becoming queen.
* FreudianExcuse: As the first princess born in centuries, her birth should have been a joyous event. Then, on the day she was born, the Citadel annihilated a city on Tamaran and slaughtered three thousands people ''in her name'', linking her inextricably to the tragedy, ''and'' she was robbed of the ability to fly by a childhood illness. Because of this, she was hated by everyone, denied her birthright and treated as a villain [[ThenLetMeBeEvil until she decided to be one]].
* GodSaveUsFromTheQueen: Actually subverted. Her better understanding of the darker sides of politics and hard-line attitude make her not only a better queen than Myand'r, but a more popular one as well.
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Started out as a villain, but underwent an epiphany in later ''New Teen Titans'' issues, realizing that she was wrong for her jealousy against her sister and vowing to rule Tamaran fairly. However, she'd go back to being a villain by the time of the ''Rann/Thanagar War'' miniseries (after having been believed dead and not having appeared for many years) and murdered Hawkwoman. By the time of R.E.B.E.L.S, she slid into being more of an AntiVillain. In the ''New 52'' continuity, she seems to have the alignment of the AntiHero.
* TheResenter: Towards Starfire, and most other Tamarans for that matter.
* SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains: {{Inverted}} with her sister: Blackfire wears a full bodysuit, while her more heroic sister wears what amounts to a skimpy swimsuit.
* SiblingRivalry: The [[Pantheon/{{Family}} Goddess]]!
* StrongerSibling: She can't fly, but her starbolts are actually significantly more powerful than Starfire's.
* ThenLetMeBeEvil: She was treated as a villain by the Tamaraneans for no fault of her, with her birthright bestowed upon Starfire (who, ironically, was one of the few who ''didn't'' hate her). One day, Blackfire ''snapped'' and became the villain she had been treated as, starting with attempting to murder Starfire.

[[WMG:Brother Blood II]]
->'''AKA:''' Sebastian Blood IX

The second head of the Cult of Blood to bedevil the Titans, Sebastien slew the previous Brother Blood and claimed the title. Possessed of vampiric powers, and obsessed with summoning Trigon, he's about as sinister a minister as you are likely to meet.
* BloodMagic
* EnfantTerrible: He's about fourteen years old.
* {{Cult}}: Continues to lead the Cult of Blood, which he has revealed as a group of Trigon worshipers.
* EvilAlbino
* EvilSorceror
* IHaveYouNowMyPretty: With Raven.
* MegaManning: He has absorbs powers through [[OurVampiresAreDifferent drinking blood]].
* OurVampiresAreDifferent
* ReligionOfEvil
* RetCon: His origin. Claims to be the son of the original Brother Blood, although when that villain was last seen in the ''New Titans'', the only child he had was an infant ''daughter''. Of course, maybe this Sebastian was sired earlier and with another mother...
** Also, for his entire religion. Originally a generic cult, GeoffJohns retconned them into Trigon-worshipers.
* SelfMadeOrphan: As is tradition for the High Priest of the Church of Blood.

->'''AKA:''' Jade Nguyen

* AsianBabymama: So nice she did it twice: once with Arsenal, and once with Catman.
* MamaBear: And not just to people trying to hurt her kids. She once staged an elaborate plot to ruin and murder ComicBook/BlackCanary because Canary had developed into a psuedo-surrogate mother figure for her daughter.
** Well, at least until their safety proves more of a burden and a liability. At which point she'll go out of her way to conceive a replacement kid, and use that pregnancy as a shield.
** EvilMatriarch: To be fair, staging an elaborate plot to murder the women whom is her daughter's surrogate mother-figure doesn't necessarily make her a MamaBear. Cheshire was espousing that she had plans to retire, and getting Black Canary out of the way would've made things less complicated for ''her''.
* IHaveAFamily: She's invoked this a couple of times. A standard defense is to remind Roy Harper that she is the mother of his child, which was useful even after Lian died. In ''Secret Six'', she attempted this on Jeannette while being dangled off a building. Jeannette could ''not'' have cared less.
* PunchClockVillain: In the 80s, before [[MoralEventHorizon she nuked a country.]]
* ToxicFriendInfluence: Well, Toxic Ex-Girlfriend Influence on Roy Harper. She eagerly manipulates their past relationship and the fact that she had his daughter just about every time they meet, with key moments being in ''Rise of Arsenal'' and the second ''Titans'' book. In the former Jade had shown up to kill Roy because of Lian's death, but if she hadn't said "our baby is gone" after she'd been cornered, Roy may have very well killed her. In ''Titans'', Roy only joined Deathstroke's team because Cheshire said he "owed" her for Lian's death.
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: In ''Villains United'', she was blackmailed into compliance by threats against Lian's safety. Over the course of the miniseries she successfully seduced Catman and managed to conceive a replacement baby in order to betray and leave the Secret Six with Lian's welfare no longer being an issue (that she cared about). It turned out the threat was false, but she didn't know that.

->'''AKA:''' Carla Moretti

* AllThereInTheManual: Eric Wallace states she was sexually abused by her favorite uncle when she was fourteen, worked with the Italian Military's bomb squad as a form of a death wish, and got her powers from a nuclear explosion.
* {{Antihero}}/AntiVillain: She's something, but it's not clear what. Her actions are all based on her sense of self-loathing and suicidal tendencies, so it's clear everything she does is just until she can finally die.
* BeingTorturedMakesYouEvil: Her entire backstory is just one long line of physical and emotional abuse.
* BrokenBird: Her entire character.
* DeathSeeker: She believes the world is a terrible place and she yearns to be with her family and finally stop her suffering.
* HeroicSacrifice: She dies destroying Slade's Methuselah Device, but this is a subversion. It is very clear that she's only destroying the machine to prevent her family from being brought back into what she perceives to be a horrible world and so she can finally satisfy her death wish.
* ICannotSelfTerminate: Her powers leave her unable to kill herself, much to her frustration.
* IDidWhatIHadToDo: She's completely aware of the fact that she is an awful person willing to kill innocents to get to child molesters and serial rapists in high places, yet this is all just stemming the tide until she can finally die herself.
* KnightTemplar: She uses her magma powers to kill sex offenders, but goes as far to as willingly have sex with them so she can burn off their reproductive organs using her vagina, which itself was completely unnecessary since she was alone with her victim.
* {{Narcissist}}: As far as a FlatCharacter can go, she's utterly self-absorbed and knows nothing but hating herself and hunting down rapists to stem the tide until she can satisfy her death wish.
* [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Nice Job Breaking It Antihero/Villain]]: She attempted to murder a child molester named Nursery Cryme but ended up letting him free by accident.
* PlayingWithFire: Her powers are listed as heat and magma generation.
* RapeAsBackstory: Was raped by her uncle at 14.
* SurvivorGuilt: Her suffering began when she watched her brothers die in an explosion in the field she herself played in numerous times, wondering why she was spared but not them.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: Subverted due to the emphasis on "extremist" and the fact that the "well intentioned" part gradually became more and more shallow, until it was clear she only goes out of her way to hunt down rapists and child molesters because she has nothing better to do until she can find a way to die for good.
* WhoWantsToLiveForever: Not in this horrible world, according to her.

[[WMG:Clock King]]
->'''AKA:''' Temple Fugate
* CanonImmigrant: Based on the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' version of the Clock King.
* TheChessmaster
* ClockKing
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Has a habit of murdering people who he doesn't have a use for, regardless if they're his minions.

[[WMG: Deathstroke]]
->'''AKA:''' Slade Wilson

See the [[ComicBook/{{Deathstroke}} relative page]] for more info.

->'''AKA:''' Unknown (was believed to be a future incarnation of Dick Grayson)

* BaldOfEvil: Shaves his head as part of his later look, along with sporting PermaStubble.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Is never seen or mentioned again after ''New Titans''.
* TheDragon: To the evil version of Raven.
* EvilCounterpart: Of Nightwing, after being infected with a Trigon seed.
* FaceHeelTurn: Starts out as the mentor of the Team Titans, but is corrupted by Raven and stays that way to his last appearance.
* MayDecemberRomance: He was the lover of the 16-year old Mirage before their trip to the past. After that, things [[RapeAsDrama took a turn for the worse]].
* {{Retcon}}: Was originally meant to be a 30-something year old version of Dick Grayson, but editors wanted him explained away as being from the current timeline. His identity remained a mystery. He only states: ''"You don't want to know what I was before I became Deathwing!"''

[[WMG:The Fearsome Five]]
* FiveBadBand
** BigBad: Psimon.
** TheDragon: Shimmer, former DarkChick.
** EvilGenius: Gizmo.
** TheBrute: Mammoth.
** DarkChick: Jinx.

[[WMG: Harvest]]
Introduced in the {{New 52}} series. Leader of the organization NOWHERE, which kidnaps metahuman teens to build an army of said teens, have a few half trained ones escape and spark a panic regarding them, so they can come in and save the day.
* FakeUltimateHero: To "save the future", in his own words.
* GoGoEnslavement: Dresses up all the teens he captures in suits with TronLines.
* GambitRoulette: He claims it was his plan when the heroes thwarted his kidnapping and make an army plans, but given his intitial plan's intelligence, it comes off as more of an AssPull.
* GladiatorGames: His scheme to make an army of meta humans he could control.
* InTheHood
* [[spoiler: MeaningfulName: In light of what his link to Jon is, and why Superboy was vital to him, Harvest becomes quite a meaningful name. He's, specifically, ''[[FridgeHorror an organ harvester.]]'']]
* ObviouslyEvil: His attire paints him as the GrimReaper with TronLines, in spite of his attempt to eventually seem heroic to the general populace.
* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: With round about murder and fear domination.
* ShowDontTell: His main problem. He is said to be an expert schemer and manipulator, but his core plan for recruitment is not the most well thought out. It consists of kidnapping metahumans (and [[TheEveryman some people off the street]]), forcing them into a ''battle royal'' to determine the 'best', which he then makes his private army. Apparently, this has been going on for some time, and the batch sent through the Culling in the early {{New 52}} is the only one that has rebelled.
* VillainWithGoodPublicity: He wants his organization to be this. However, he himself looks like the GrimReaper in a TronLines suit.


[[WMG:Mad Mod]]
->'''AKA:''' Neil Richards

* HeelFaceTurn: Eventually ended up doing this.

[[WMG:Mister Twister / Gargoyle]]
->'''AKA:''' Bromwell Stikk
* StarterVillain: Aqualad, Robin and Kid Flash's battle with Mister Twister would inspire the formation of the the Teen Titans.
* TookALevelInBadass: Was a much bigger threat as Gargoyle than he ever was as Mister Twister.

[[WMG:Sun Girl]]
->'''AKA:''' Deborah Morgna

* AllThereInTheManual: Apparently a master manipulator, though we don't get to actually see too much of her personality other than her rivalry with Miss Martian. Slade's notes (given in a ''Wizard'' magazine article previewing the arc) claim that she reminds him of the original Terra, as well as his daughter Rose.
* ArchEnemy: Of Miss Martian, who she claims will bring doom to the future that she hails from, so she must kill her to prevent it from happening. But she also claims that she and Inertia have also made Miss Martian their slave to torment.
** It's implied that because of whatever Miss Martian did, White Martians in the future were now treated as slaves, and Deborah was more or less Miss Martian's owner.
* EvilRedhead
* LegacyCharacter: Is from the 60th century and a descendant of Dirk Morgna (Sun Boy from ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'') in some way.
* PlayingWithFire: Can harness the very power of the sun to supply her with fire and heat.

[[WMG:The Terror Titans]]

* AttentionWhore: Disruptor.
* BeAWhoreToGetYourMan: Disruptor has a psychotic obsession with latching onto the man she believes to be the most powerful or useful for her.
* DaddysGirl: Persuader.
* DudeWheresMyRespect: Originally, no one respected Dreadbolt as leader since he never technically killed anyone.
* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: Persuader murdered her abusive mother, but genuinely loved her dad.
* LegacyCharacter: They're supposed to be related to the villains whose names they share, but only Dreadbolt is actually related to Bolt. Persuader was told that she's supposedly an ascendant of the first Persuader from the 31st Century.
* SelfMadeOrphan: Dreadbolt killed his father.
* TheSociopath: Copperhead.
* {{Spinoff}}: Actually received their own miniseries.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Originally. That changed when Clock King killed Disruptor and then abandoned them.
* TokenEvilTeammate: Out of all of them, Disruptor.
* TheVamp: Disruptor tries to be this.
* WellDoneSonGuy: Dreadbolt, up until he killed his dad.
* WouldHurtAChild: Copperhead allowed his baby brother to drown in a bathtub.

* CollectiveIdentity

[[WMG:Trigon the Terrible]]

Raven's father, Trigon is an interdimensional demon lord who can only enter the real world through her psyche. Bent on annihilating all life, his plans typically orbit around subverting Raven to his will.
* AbusiveParent: He is a devil after all.
* {{Archenemy}}: To his daughter, Raven. He'd also finish in second place for the team as a whole, since besides Slade, there's nobody the Titans hate or fear more than Trigon.
* ArchnemesisDad: Trigon impregnated Raven's mother by raping her, shattered his daughter's psyche in order to enter the real world, and makes regular attempts to brain control her and murder all of her friends.
* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: Trigon towered over 75 feet tall in "Terror of Trigon".
* BigBad: Of the first ''New Teen Titans'' story arc; he was the reason Raven assembled the Titans to begin with. He returns in "The Terror of Trigon", and has been the big bad of several other arcs as well. In terms of power and scope he is, generally speaking, the biggest bad the Titans have ever faced. By many accounts, he's one of the most powerful villains in the DC Universe and has beaten down Superman '''and''' Wonder Woman in the ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' tie-in comic.
* BigRedDevil: Classic example.
* TheCorrupter: To Raven, who he then used to corrupt several Titans using his seeds.
* DemonLordsAndArchDevils: Just how much of a demon lord he is depends on the writer, though. Some accounts have him as the demonic master of his very own dimension, while others claim that he's simply the devil of the eighth layer of Hell.
* TheDreaded: From the perspective of the Titans and the people of Azarath anyway.
* GodOfEvil: Sees himself as such.
* JokerImmunity: He gets defeated and slain several times, but he has become such an iconic villain, the writers usually find a way to bring him back.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Trigon the Terrible.
* OmnicidalManiac: Annihilated an entire universe in order to keep himself alive, and later tries to do the same to Earth.
* PhysicalGod: Trigon is at least in {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}'s realm when it comes to raw power, and may actually be even more powerful, given some of what he did in "Terror of Trigon". Typically, the only way to defeat him is to magically reseal him inside of Raven's mind.
* {{Satan}}: In "Terror of Trigon" he claims to be the inspiration for Satan, though given how much Trigon likes to talk himself up he may well be lying.

[[WMG:The Sons of Trigon]]

* EyeBeams
* HatePlague: Their main ability.
* SevenDeadlySins: Their villain names with Raven occupying the position of Pride.

[[WMG:The Wildebeest Society]]

* CollectiveIdentity: Their original M.O.
* TheRemnant: Most of those recruited by the original Wildebeest leader were former H.I.V.E. agents who believed their main goal was [[AvengingTheVillain to take vengeance for H.I.V.E.]]