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- Appearances: Justice League: War, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Justice League Dark, The Death of Superman
- Amazon Chaser: He is very attracted to the very strong Wonder Woman, who he first meets as she is chopping up Parademons.
- Badass Cape: The same awesome, red cape as usual.
- Battle Couple: With Wonder Woman — they kick ass while flirting with each other.
- The Big Guy: Especially in War, where he's the team muscle and not a leader. And let's face it, as Trope Codifier for the Flying Brick, Superman pulls duty as the team powerhouse even when in his traditional role as The Hero and The Leader, so this is a given.
- Blood Knight: Unlike other versions of Superman, this one has a love for battle.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: He, along with most of the League fall into this trope when they were possessed by Trigons's corruptors.
- Beforehand, he was brainwashed and partially turned into a Parademon by DeSaad in Justice League: War.
- Flying Brick: Super strong with the ability to fly.
- Hunk: As is usual with Superman. He's a tall, extremely muscular and good looking man.
- Interspecies Romance: Him (a Kryptonian) and Wonder Woman (an Amazon demigoddess).
- Lightning Bruiser: Strong enough to go toe to toe with Darkseid, and fast enough to tag the Flash and lasso a Trigon-possessed Wonder Woman.
- Official Couple: He and Wonder Woman are officially dating.
- Smug Super: Unlike most other versions, Superman isn't exactly humble when it comes to how much power he has. However, he is much more humble and calmer by the time he is seen in the sequels for the Justice League animated features as, like in the comics, he mellows out.
- Superpower Lottery: Super Strength, Super Speed, Invulnerability, Heat Vision, X-ray Vision, Flight, Shall I continue?
- Took a Level in Kindness: Like in the New 52 comics, he mellows out significantly. By JL vs Titans, he's much closer to the Nice Guy he traditionally is, compared to the punch first, ask questions later approach he had in War, and makes a point to complement the Titans and Starfire in particular on a job well done. Even Throne of Atlantis sees him tell Arthur that he should connect with his heritage, no doubt having in mind his own dead homeworld.
- Two First Names: His first and last name can both be used as a given name for a male.
- Violently Protective Girlfriend: Gender-flipped. Attacking Wonder Woman is a sure-fire way to piss him off real quick.
- Appearances: Justice League: War, Son of Batman, Batman Vs Robin, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, Batman: Bad Blood, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Justice League Dark, The Death of SupermanVoiced by: Jason O'Mara
- Action Dad: A crimefighter and a father.
- Animal Motifs: A bat, as usual.
- Badass Cape: The same awesome, black cape as usual.
- Badass Normal: What he lack in superpowers, he makes for in strategy, cunning, gadgets, and sheer willpower.
- Character Development: Subtle, but Batman starts to become better at handling Damian's bratty outbursts and giving his son effective punishments.
- Covert Pervert: His dream in Batman: Bad Blood was having a foursome with Samantha and two other women.
- Dark and Troubled Past: His parents were murdered in front of his eyes.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Like all incarnations, Batman is clad in black and is still one of the good guys.
- Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male: At some point in the past Talia Al-Ghul drugged and had sex with him, thus conceiving Damien. He doesn't seem to be particularly bothered by it.
- The Leader: Of the Type I variant, Batman seems to take charge of most situations and is often seen directing the others. At the end of Throne of Atlantis, he's the one who suggests that they actually form a team instead of staying solo heroes.
- Morality Chain: He teaches Damian about "justice not vengeance" creed.
- Only Sane Man: When the Justice League first met with each other, Batman was the most mature and rational.
- Papa Wolf: He will do anything for his family. You best not mess with his kid:
Batman: [to Talon] "You and the Court tried to take control of my city and destroy my home...but worst of all, you messed with my kid. So this is gonna hurt, and I'm gonna enjoy it."
- The Stoic: He almost never loses his cool.
- Thou Shalt Not Kill: He strongly believes in this philosophy. In an argument he had with Damian, he understands that while killing may be "easy", you have to do the right thing because it's right.
- Two First Names: His first and last name can both be used as a given name for a male.
- Would Hurt a Child: In Batman vs Robin, he shows no hesitation in hitting Damian; this is justified given the fact that Damian was trying to attack him first.
- Wolverine Publicity: Up to Dark, he's been ever single one of the movies, despite not being part of the Justice League Dark in the comics. The streak is finally broken in The Judas Contract which he doesn't appear in.
Wonder Woman/Diana Prince
- Appeared in: Justice League: War, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Justice League Dark, The Death of SupermanVoiced by: Michelle Monaghan (War), Rosario Dawson (all other appearances)
- Adaptational Modesty: Her outfit, unique to this incarnation, covers up her cleavage.
- Adorkable: She has a somewhat childish nature.
- All Amazons Want Hercules: She's instantly attracted to the very powerful Superman. Her first meeting with him had him carrying Air Force One and fighting off parademons at the same time. In a gender inversion of the trope almost all the male hero's fall for her after seeing her fight in battle.
- Amazonian Beauty: She is very beautiful and can kick ass in a revealing leotard that presents the fact that she possesses a very (but not to the extent of either Super-Man or Batman) muscular (yet voluptuous) body with ripped broad shoulders, well-developed muscles (especially her large biceps), and long muscular legs.
- Ass in Ambassador: She bails on meeting the president because she didn't want to wait, cares little to nothing about the customs of the Nation she is in, and constantly thrusts her sword at people which clearly terrifies them. It has gotten so bad that at the beginning of War, there is a protest group wanting her gone.
- Battle Couple: With Superman — they kick ass while flirting with each other.
- Blood Knight: She is practically ecstatic when entering into a battle, giving major blows to enemies.
- Boobs of Steel: It's Wonder Woman; this is a given.
- Dude Magnet: At least three men hit on her in Justice League: War.
- Friend to All Children: Her interactions with Hannah Grace in Justice League: War indicates that she has a soft spot for children.
- Innocently Insensitive: Doesn't seem to realize that most people don't appreciate her wantonly waving her sword around and that it's impolite to just bail out on meeting the president of a country.
- Interspecies Romance: Her (an Amazon demigoddess) and Superman (Kryptonian).
- Ms. Fanservice: She wears a red and blue leotard that shows off her legs and curves. In Justice League vs Teen Titans, she is seen wearing nothing but a towel when talking on the phone with Superman.
- Most Common Superpower: She is very well endowed and her costume emphasizes this.
- Official Couple: She and Superman are officially dating.
- Rapunzel Hair: Her hair is usually tied in a ponytail, but when it's not it reaches to her waist.
- She's Got Legs: Her leotard shows off her long muscular legs.
- Tomboyish Ponytail: Unlike other versions of Diana, she wears her hair in a ponytail.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Same as Superman, she's much calmer and closer to her traditional personality by her third movie when compared to her first one.
Green Lantern/Hal Jordan
- Voiced by: Justin Kirk (War), Nathan Fillion (all other appearances)
- Butt-Monkey: In War, he seems to take the most damage out of any of the heroes (even having his arm broken at one point), is mocked by Darkseid for his many failed attempts at subduing him, is called out by Batman for being a moron, is upstaged by Wonder Woman when he tries to take charge, and his plan fails because his teammates ignored him.
- Deadpan Snarker: Makes many sarcastic quips, especially when Batman becomes stoic.
- Empowered Badass Normal: Batman even lampshades it.
'''Batman: We're fighting alongside an alien, an Amazon, a human lightning bolt, a cyborg, and a speedster. As far as I can tell, Hal, you and I are the only normal people here.
- Flight: His Green Lantern powers give him the ability to fly.
- The Lancer: He is hero Batman interacts with the most in the Justice League and functions as his primary Foil, being an arrogant, Hot-Blooded, Empowered Badass Normal in contrast to Batman being The Stoic, Guile Hero, Badass Normal.
- Leeroy Jenkins: His biggest fault; he doesn't think about the consequences of his actions, being more concerned with how to deal with the problem at hand; Batman calls him out on this in Throne of Atlantis.
- Role Reprisal: Nathan Fillion reprises his role as Green Lantern: Emerald Knights outside of War.
- Tron Lines: He has glowing green lines and markings on the green sections of his costume.
- Two First Names: His first and last name can both be used as a given name for a male.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: Has this relationship with Batman.
- Appeared in: Justice League: War, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Justice League Dark, The Death of SupermanVoiced by: Christopher Gorham
- Fanboy: He's heard of Batman and admires his work. When he was told that the guy nearby was Batman he rushed to greet him and was practically starstruck after Batman complimented him on his tireless work.
- Good Thing You Can Heal: In order to free him from demonic possession Superman brutally stomps his leg, breaking it. Flash is up and running a few minutes later.
Flash: (noticing his mangled leg) Seriously!
- Motor Mouth: While not particularly prominent, one of his first scenes in War involves Dr. Stone telling him to slow down as he's almost incomprehensible.
- Nice Guy: He's a sweet and thoughtful guy.
- Only Sane Man: Shares this role with Batman in Justice League: War where he's more careful about his actions than the others.
- Red Is Heroic: His suit is almost entirely red and he's one of the good guys.
- Token Good Teammate: In War, he seems to be the only superhero of the team who genuinely wants to do good and help others with his powers. Batman even fully respects him when they first meet and praises him for his good work.
- Two First Names: His first and last name can both be used as a given name for a male.
- Voiced by: Sean Astin (Shazam), Zach Callison (Billy Baston)
- Ascended Fanboy: He's a big one for "Victory" Stone and likely has a blast being his friend. And given how he acts around the League at times, it seems he enjoys being part of a super hero team...since he's just a kid and all.
- Adaptational Nice Guy: His comic counterpart in the New 52 started out more unlikable.
- Alliterative Name: Billy Batson.
- Badass Cape: Has an awesome white one as Shazam.
- Instant Runes: He has glowing lines of his armbands, as does the lightning bolt on his chest.
- Leeroy Jenkins: Like most of the other heroes with Flying Brick powers. His first thought on seeing Darkseid is to attack him.
- Likes Older Women: He tries hitting on Wonder Woman.
- Role Reprisal: Zach Callison reprises his role from Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam as Billy Baston.
- Shipper on Deck: He's all for Victor and Dr. Sarah Charles getting together.
- Appeared in: Justice League: War, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Justice League Dark, The Death of SupermanVoiced by: Shemar Moore
- Arm Cannon: His main weapon of choice is his sonic cannon.
- Body Horror: Victor's transformation into Cyborg. After an Apokoliptan Mother Box blows up in his face, Victor's father tries to use the advanced technology in his lab to save him, but it interacts with the Apokoliptan tech and bonds to him painfully. Notably, as the film progresses, his body horror softens in stages until he's settled into his normal look.
- Freakiness Shame: He confides in Shazam that he hates what he's become and that he can't integrate in society anymore
- Honorary True Companion: Bonds with the Titans and hangs out with them during his downtime, since you can't split a pizza with Batman. He's also prominently featured in promotional material as a Titan despite being a member of the League.
- Macross Missile Massacre
- Official Couple: Enters into a relationship with Dr. Sarah Charles by the end of Throne of Atlantis.
- One of the Kids: While he is a full-fledged member of the Justice League, he gets along better with the Titans and, of the league members, Shazam is the one he is friendliest with.
- Secret Keeper: Keeps Shazam's secret that he is really a kid from the rest of the League.
- Sense Loss Sadness: The first thing he tells his father in War is that he can't feel anything.
- The Smart Guy: Having, more or less, a permanent connection to the internet, Cyborg is the guy who usually disseminates information to the rest of the League.
- Teleportation: He's able to use the boom tube technology to teleport himself (and friends) halfway across the world or under the sea.
- Too Dumb to Live: His origin story involves him holding on to the glowing Parademon bomb in a fit of rage when it exploded, taking a few his limbs and most of his skin.
- Tron Lines: He has glowing blue lines going all over his body.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Before becoming Cyborg, all Victor wanted to do was to make his dad proud by playing football.
- Voiced by: Matt Lanter
- Adapted Out: His role as a founding member of the League in War was taken by Shazam.
- Atrocious Alias: Considers his superhero code-name, Aquaman as this. and says he hates the name. It's yet to see if he has warmed up to it.
- Friend to All Living Things: Specifically to sea creatures. His first scene has him defending and freeing a lobster from being eaten.
- Half-Human Hybrid: Half Atlantian on his mother's side.
- Heroic Bastard: Of his mother.
- Missing Mom: His father told him that she walked out, but in actuality she had to fulfill her royal duty. Sadly just before Arthur will finally meet her she is killed by Orm.
- Official Couple: Begins a relationship with Mera.
- The Sixth Ranger: He's the first hero to join the Justice League after it was already founded.
- Voiced by: David McCallum (Son of Batman, Batman Vs. Robin), James Garrett (Batman: Bad Blood)
- Battle Butler: Especially in both Batman Vs. Robin, where he helps defend Wayne Manor from the Court of Owls, and Bad Blood, where he helps to stop the League of Shadows and defeats both Calculator and Mad Hatter.
- Parental Substitute: He raised Bruce after his parents died.
- Role Reprisal: Depending on the movie, either Batman: Gotham Knight (David McCallum in Son of Batman and Vs. Robin) or Batman: The Brave and the Bold (James Garrett in Bad Blood).
- Servile Snarker: A staple for Alfred, he's particularly snarky in dealing with Damian.
- Voiced by: Ernie Hudson
- Gadgeteer Genius: In keeping with many versions of Lucius starting with Batman Begins, he's Bruce's tech guy, supplying Batman with many of his gadgets and devices.
- Honest Corporate Executive: A staple for the character, he's an honest business man.
- Papa Wolf: Inverted as him getting hurt is why Luke becomes Batwing.
- Secret Keeper: As mentioned before, he's like many versions of the character starting with Batman Begins, he serves as this for Bruce, even trying to deny it when Luke confronts him on it.
- Appearances: Son of Batman, Batman Vs Robin, Batman: Bad Blood, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Teen Titans: The Judas ContractVoiced by: Sean Maher
- Adaptational Jerkass: In Son of Batman he acts incredibly hostile towards Damian and refuses to bond with him; in the comics he was the one who brought Damian into the fold and gave him the care and attention that led to Damian's Heel–Face Turn despite being exasperated with his behavior from time to time.
- Advertised Extra: In Justice League Vs. Teen Titans he is included in team posters but has little impact to the story.
- Aloof Older Brother: Dick started off as this to Damian — telling him he'll never be Robin and enjoying kicking Damian's ass.
- Animal-Themed Superbeing: Since he goes by "Nightwing" and was the first Robin,it would be birds.
- Badass Biker: He owns an awesome motorcycle, which he uses for his vigilante missions.
- Badass Normal: Case in point, he was able to take on and win against the superhuman Blockbuster with only weapons.
- Butt-Monkey: He's regularly insulted and/or injured by Damian and has a hard time finding any moment to spend with his girlfriend, Kori.
- Character Development: Subtle, but Dick learns how to handle Damian's bratty outbursts, transforming from an Aloof Older Brother to Cool Big Bro and/or Big Brother Mentor.
- Composite Character: Due to Tim Drake's absence in this version, Nightwing fills in for him as the main target of Damian's insults.
- Cool Big Bro: While it does take time, Dick manages to become friendly brother figure to Damian.
- Costume Evolution: In The Judas Contract he gains his New 52 black and red suit.
- Covert Pervert: Some dialogue between him and Koriand'r heavily implies they have a kinky sex life.
- Deadpan Snarker: Makes many dry quips, especially in regards to Damian.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Responsible to Damian's foolish; while Damian is a major Leeroy Jenkins who causes friction with others due to his arrogant and tactless nature, Dick is an experienced hero who is better at handling people.
- Good People Have Good Sex: Implied with Koriand'r. Some of their dialogue with each other reveals they have kinky sex life. And in Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, Starfire nearly says that Dick is "proficient" in the bedroom, only to be cut off by Dick.
- Honorary True Companion: He's the former leader of the Titans and still on good terms with them when he introduces Damian. He's also an Advertised Extra, appearing as a Titan in promo materials.
- Interspecies Romance: Him (a human) and Koriand'r (a Tamaranian).
- Mr. Fanservice: Being Nightwing, this is par for the course.
- Official Couple: Is in a relationship with Starfire/Koriand'r.
- Shirtless Scene: In Son of Batman, when he gets bandaged up after fighting with Damien.
- Took a Level in Kindness: He becomes more like the Cool Big Bro to Damian like he was in the comics by Justice League vs Teen Titans.
- Two First Names: His first and last name can both be used as a given name for a male.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Nightwing really wants to live outside of Bruce's shadow.
- Would Hit a Girl: If his enemy happens to be a girl, he will attack them with no hesitation.
- Would Hurt a Child: Shows no qualms about attacking Damian; this is justified given the fact that Damian is a skilled warrior and when they first met he was about to kill someone.
- Appearances: Son of Batman, Batman Vs Robin, Batman: Bad Blood, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Teen Titans: The Judas ContractVoiced by: Stuart Allan
- Absurdly Sharp Blade: When it's not being blocked by another sword or someone's armor, Damian's katana cleaves through mecha mooks like a hot knife through butter.
- Adorkable: As of Judas Contract, due to his character development, the scenes where he tries to be nice while still showing how stunted he is socially, make him a very interesting variation of Adorkable, where you will simultaneously find him rather cute, while still wanting to beat the crap out of him for being mouthy.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Deconstructed. Damian has amazing skills, but his arrogant nature in thinking he's better than anyone, including those with superpowers, has led him to make rash decisions and not be well-liked among his allies. Even Bruce has a hard time dealing with Damian's attitude.
- Birds of a Feather: He and Raven share a past in which they were groomed for a role without any say in the matter, one they ultimately rejected. This allows her to help bring out his better traits.
- Bratty Half-Pint: He's a disrespectful, entitled runt who thinks he's always in the right.
- Break the Haughty: His story arc over the films is basically a litany of this, but perhaps the biggest one comes when he gets sent to the Titans; after picking a fight with Blue Beetle, he wins with a very rough sneak attack — which gives Jaime's Scarab a chance to seize control. Blue Beetle promptly blasts Damian in the face and almost kills him. This moment, followed by Raven's subsequent healing of his injuries, makes Damian finally realize that the Titans aren't weak like he arrogantly assumed and he begins to act friendlier to them and (begrudgingly) accept his own weaknesses and flaws.
- Broken Ace: He's a skilled warrior, expert hacker, and has incredible willpower. Damian also has zero people skills and incredible hubris that often makes him unlikable.
- Character Development: Slowly, but surely Damian is developing into a better person in a variety of ways: Learning the "justice not vengeance" creed, the importance of teamwork, and that he's not as powerful as he thinks.
- Child by Rape: His mother drugged his father and then had sex with him.
- Dark and Troubled Past: He was raised to be an assassin since they day he was born.
- Defensive "What?": He responds with one of these whenever his actions or quips give someone pause. It's a sign of insecurity and a lack of social understanding.
- Et Tu, Brute?: If only for a moment, Damian is genuinely stunned when Terra betrays him and hands him off to Deathstroke when he was trying to help her.
- Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Despite being a brat, Damian deeply cares for his mother.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Foolish to Dick's responsible; while Dick is an experienced hero who is better at handling people, Damian is a major Leeroy Jenkins who causes friction with others due to his arrogant and tactless nature.
- Hidden Depths: According to Raven, he's hurting on the inside and wishes to be a better hero. He also wants his father's approval while also wanting to make his mom proud originally until she tried to brain wash him and his father.
- It's All About Me: If he does something reckless and/or outright stupid it doesn't matter because he saved the day while everyone else didn't.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Damian graduates to this status in Teen Titans: The Judas Contract. While he's still standoffish, he goes out of his way to try and help Terra, pressuring Raven to reveal what Terra was having nightmares about, and following Terra when he believed she was being stalked and tracked (though he was suspicious of her actions). That said, he's still not above threatening his own teammates with his sword to get them to move when he's feeling impatient.
- Katanas Are Just Better: His go-to weapon of choice throughout all of his film appearances.
- Kid Hero: Is ten or eleven by the end of the first Teen Titans movie, and in his early teens by the second.
- Legacy Character: The second Robin, following Dick.
- Redemption Demotion: Deathstroke says that Damian's time with the Titans and Batfamily has made him "soft" by the events Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, as he no longer goes for lethal, decisive blows like he used to out of his unwillingness to kill others.
- Shipper on Deck: Damian approves of Dick and Kori's relationship.
- Ship Tease: Gets a lot with Raven in Justice League vs. Teen Titans. She is also his Morality Pet and helps him stay calm.
- Sociopathic Hero: He may be on the good side, but he's violent, arrogant, thinks he's always right, and has a messed up way of evacuating people.
- Token Evil Teammate: Of the Bat-Family and the Teen Titans; he will most likely be the biggest jerkass among either team and is prone to use excessive violence.
- Took a Level in Kindness: He shows genuine concern for the Titans by the end of the movie and begins going out of his way to try and help console Terra through her issues by its sequel (albeit in his usual, confrontational manner and he still held some lingering suspicions about her even after Dick tried to talk Damian out of following her).
- Trauma Conga Line: He endures a substantial amount of emotional and physical trauma throughout the series. He lost his grandfather in Son of Batman, was forced to kill Talon against his wishes during Batman Vs Robin, got disowned by Talia in Batman: Bad Blood, and then had to fight his grandfather and consign him to a Fate Worse than Death in Justice League vs. Teen Titans.
- Two First Names: His first and last name can both be used as a given name for a male.
- Vocal Evolution: Due to the movies being made over several years, Damian's voice grows noticeably deeper with each installment as part of his actor's aging.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: In spite of his insufferable nature, Damian really wants to make his father proud.
- Voiced by: Yvonne Strahovski
- Adaptation Distillation: Batwoman's backstory, which took several comic issues to tell, is presented through flashbacks and exposition that amount to a couple of minutes of screentime at most. Her reason for leaving West Point is also changed from violating Don't Ask Don't Tell to just having a breakdown, probably to avoid having to explain the longer situation from the comic.
- Alliterative Name: Kate Kane.
- Attempted Rape: The impetus for her becoming Batwoman was resentment at Batman having to save her from this.
- Badass Biker: Rides an cool motorcycle when fighting crime.
- Badass Gay: Kate is a lesbian who fights crime on a daily basis.
- Badass Normal: As per usual with Bat-family members, she has advanced training and gear but no superpowers.
- Daddy's Girl: Kate and her father get along extremely well and he is her main support system.
- Dark and Troubled Past: She, her mother, and twin sister were taken hostage and abductors decided to kill all of them. They murdered her mother and sister and were about to do the same to Kate until her father showed up.
- Deadpan Snarker: She rivals Nightwing in terms of dry quips.
- Fiery Redhead: Downplayed. She's snarky, but is almost always calm.
- Heroic Albino: While the "heroic" part is unambiguous, the "albino" is unclear at best. She has unusually pale skin, but her hair has normal levels of pigmentation.
- Hidden Depths: A talented artist.
- Made of Iron: She takes an uppercut from an enemy with superstrength and doesn't get knocked out or stay down for long. Later she takes at least three hits across the jaw from a pistol and all it does is make her progressively angrier.
- Mama Bear: Inverted. She gives Talia a bloody lip for mind-controlling her father.
- Military Brat: When she was a child, her father was a colonel in the Army.
- Official Couple: She is officially dating Detective Renee Montoya at the end of Batman: Bad Blood.
- Red Is Heroic: While most of her outfit is black, she wears red gloves and has red bat emblem.
- Superhero Packing Heat: She regularly uses guns, hence why she's not officially affiliated with the Bat family. They get her to switch to rubber bullets as a compromise when they have to work together.
- Took a Level in Badass: Goes from a drunkard who has trouble defending herself to the kickass vigilante who will and can take on superhuman adversaries.
- Victim Blaming: Kate seems to hold herself responsible for the near-rape experience that Batman saved her from, and became Batwoman to ensure she never again felt weak.
- "Well Done, Daughter!" Girl: Kate implies at the end of Batman: Bad Blood that she hopes to make her late mother and sister proud.
- Voiced by: Gaius Charles
- Badass Normal: Even before becoming "Batwing", Luke was an expert in advanced hand-to-hand combat; he used to take down some of Herectic's goons by himself.
- Bald of Awesome: His head is shaved and he is a Badass Normal.
- Blue Is Heroic: His Batwing uniform emits a blue light.
- Clothes Make the Superman: Most of his abilities come from the advanced Powered Armor he wears.
- Flight: Unlike the other members of the Batfamily, Luke has this capability via technology.
- Papa Wolf: Inverted. The main reason Luke became "Batwing"? To find the person responsible for injuring his father.
- Appearances: Batman: Bad Blood (cameo)
- The Cameo: Appears at the very end of Bad Blood. Despite only having about ten seconds of screentime, she still manages to grapple-hook across the Gotham skyline just as well as the rest of the Bat-Family.
- Mythology Gag: Her uniform is an exact duplicate of her "Burnside" Batsuit from her 2011 series.
- Two First Names: Both "Barbara" and "Gordon" can be used as first names.
- Appearances: Batman Vs Robin (cameo), Batman: Bad Blood (cameo), Justice League vs. Teen Titans, Teen Titans: The Judas ContractVoiced by: Kari Wahlgren
- Adaptational Modesty: While her outfit is more revealing that the Teen Titans animated outfit, seeing as the movies are based on New 52, her outfit here covers a lot more up than Kori's original New 52 outfit.
- Affectionate Nickname: Called "Kori" by Dick.
- Cleavage Window: Her costume has an opening where a bit of her cleavage is shown.
- Costume Evolution: In a flashback in The Judas Contract to when she first arrived on Earth, her costume is more revealing like the 1980s comics (still not as revealing as the New 52 outfit).
- Counterpart Combat Coordination: Of the Designated Girl Fight variety when she fights Wonder Woman.
- Covert Pervert: Some dialogue between her and Dick heavily implies they have a kinky sex life.
- Cute Bruiser: A cute alien, and either with her firebolts or fists, Starfire is not afraid to enter into battle.
- Dude Magnet: Besides being an official relationship with Dick, when she first came to Earth, both Kid Flash and Speedy thought of her as attractive.
- Good People Have Good Sex: With Dick. Some of their dialogue with each other reveals they have kinky sex life. And in Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, Starfire nearly says that Dick is "proficient" in the bedroom, only to be cut off by Dick.
- Green-Skinned Space Babe: She is a very attractive female alien with orange skin.
- Interspecies Romance: She (a Tamaranian) and Dick (a human).
- The Leader: Of this version of the Titans as its most senior member.
- Magic Kiss: She couldn't speak English when she first came to Earth, but she learned it in an instant by kissing Dick.
- Most Common Superpower: She's probably more stacked than Wonder Woman.
- Ms. Fanservice: Even with a more conservative look, she still manages to show off her cleavage and legs almost constantly, not to mention getting her very own Magical Girl transformation.
- Mythology Gag: Her long straight hairstyle is similar to that of her 2003 show incarnation, instead of the big bushy '80s Hair of her original comics version, though it's still poofy. In a flashback to her first appearance, she does have the latter hairstyle.
- Nice Girl: A sweet and thoughtful individual.
- Official Couple: Is in a relationship with Nightwing/Dick Grayson.
- Rapunzel Hair: Her hair reaches past her waist.
- Rescue Romance: She first meets Dick (as Robin) when he and the other Titans save her from other aliens.
- Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: An alien version - red hair, glowing green eyes, girlfriend of Dick/Nightwing, the leader of the Teen Titans.
- Statuesque Stunner: She's a Ms. Fanservice who's the tallest member of the team, even noticeably taller than Dick, more so when he was still Robin.
- Team Mom: Acts as a caring, affectionate, but firm motherly figure to the Teen Titans. Like Nightwing, she’s probably not even teenaged anymore.
- Violently Protective Girlfriend: Cooly shoots a firebolt at an enemy mook who was about to harm Nightwing.
- Voiced by: Taissa Farmiga
- Adaptational Heroism: To a lesser extent; her comic book counterpart is a heroine, but has a bad habit of being in a Heel–Face Revolving Door due to Trigon taking over her on a regular basis. This incarnation despises her father and does everything she can to stop him, only giving in when he has her friends completely at his non-existent mercy and threatens to kill them unless she submits. The moment they're safe and give her an opening, she goes right back to fighting him.
- Adaptation Distillation: Far more in common with her Teen Titans version than her comicbook version.
- Age Lift: Got hit hard, as she was originally a peer of Dick/Robin and Starfire when they were teens. Here she's aged down to around Damian's age.
- Alliterative Name: Rachel Roth.
- Child by Rape: It's implied to have been this when Trigon showed his true form to her mother.
- Cute Monster Girl: Her demonic form is actually kind of cute.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Not knowing how evil Trigon was, she summoned him to Azarath to get to know her father. He immediately killed everyone including her mother then took her back to Hell where she spent some time before imprisoning him in a crystal.
- Deadpan Snarker: She retains her snarky attitude like her other animated counterpart.
- Empathic Healer: Like in the comics, healing causes her to establish a temporary psionic link with the person she's healing, triggering a sharp rush of emotion-laden memories.
- Hartman Hips: For being only fourteen, Raven has very shapely hips, thighs, and rear. Her leggings being significantly lighter than her Leotard of Power help accentuate these features.
- Heroic Willpower: She has the mental fortitude to perform a ritual that binds Trigon inside of a gem and keeps him harmlessly locked away. At the film's ending, she has willpower enough that keeping the seal in place forever by wearing it on her forehead is a viable option, even as Trigon keeps ranting at her to try and scare her into releasing him.
- In the Hood: She usually is seen wearing her blue hoodie up.
- Lady of Black Magic: She uses magic to fight her opponents, and can perform summoning, sealing, and healing rituals.
- Morality Pet: Raven manages to tame Damian's less than stellar characteristics.
- Single Woman Seeks Good Man: She's ship teased with Damian and has this to say about him.
"I guess neither of our lives are very funny. But I’ll tell you something about yourself that not even you know. You may be insufferable. But in your heart, you are a kind and generous soul."
Beast Boy/Garfield Logan
- Voiced by: Brandon Soo Hoo
- Adaptation Distillation: He's essentially a mutant, having developed his green skin and his animorphism spontaneously, rather than acquiring them from his parents Playing with Syringes in an attempt to cure him of some fictitious disease.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: He has green skin.
- Animorphism: Name an animal and he can turn into it. Taken Up to Eleven in the film's climax, where travelling to Trigon's realm expands his arsenal with various demonic or magical creatures.
- The Big Guy: He may be one of the smallest members, but his ability to transform into various animals — and later monsters — makes him a pretty hard hitter in his own right.
- Costume Evolution: He's first introduced with a red costume, but in a flashback in The Judas Contract he has a purple costume.
- Curtains Match The Windows: Green hair with green eyes.
- Hidden Depths: He turns out to be an amazing dancer.
- The Mind Is a Plaything of the Body: It's mentioned that he's got a number of more feral personality traits, like sleeping in the nude or, apparently, licking himself.
- Mythology Gag: Starfire mentions to Damien that Garfield's green skin and powers are the result of genetics. This is clearly a Shout-Out to Young Justice where its mentioned that metagenes are the genetic marker that resides inside DNA that certain people possess, that allows them to endure catastrophic physical trauma by developing new abilities—i.e. superpowers. In Young Justice it's never been truly established whether Garfield's powers are the result of a blood transfusion with Miss Martian or the result of his own genetics, although it is noted that he was kidnapped because he possessed an active metagene.
- Naked People Are Funny: He sleeps naked and in one scene, forgets to get dressed before heading to train. Raven is the one to end up telling him, because of course she is.
- New Powers as the Plot Demands: Almost overlaping with Re-Power; something about being exposed to the energies in Trigon's hellish realm triggers what a Marvelverse mutant would call a "secondary mutation", allowing him to transform at will into various demonic-looking monsters as well as animals.
- Nice Guy: A little cheeky, a little tactless, but a really sweet person regardless.
- Older Than He Looks: The Judas Contract movie reveals he was a Titan when Dick Grayson was Robin and their leader, and looks pretty much the same. note
- Power Creep, Power Seep: Compared to his incarnation in the 2003 animated series:
- On the Creep side, he can talk in animal form like his comics incarnation, which his animated series version couldn't do. Also, he has full control over his array of "demon/monster forms", whereas his animated series version had only one "Beast" form and it was so feral he could barely control it.
- On the Seep side, he's never seen assuming a dinosaur's form in the movie, despite frequently assuming such forms in the series.
- Plucky Comic Relief: As per usual.
- Two First Names: His first and last name can both be used for a male's first name.
- Vague Age: When Beast Boy made his debut, it was assumed that he's a teenager. But then it's revealed in Judas Contract that he was part of the Titans when Nightwing was previously a teenage Robin. note
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Beast Boy has green hair.
Blue Beetle/Jaime Reyes
- Voiced by: Jake T. Austin
- Adaptive Armor: While he hasn't had enough screen time to really compare this version of Jaime to the comic version, it seems that this version of the scarab armor is more or less the same as the mainstream version having the ability to scan opponents and shape-shift weapons meant to counter them.
- Animal-Themed Superbeing: Blue Beetle.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Jaime is a pretty nice kid... but if you press him too hard, he might lose control over the Scarab, and it plays for keeps. As Damian learns the hard way.
- Blue Is Heroic: His beetle costume is blue with some black.
- Clothes Make the Superman: Zigzags between this and Clothes Make the Maniac; his powers come from the alien "Scarab" grafted to his spine, but he can't always control over it, and whe it takes control, it is significantly more ruthless and destructive than Jaime is. In the comics, it's actually only because it was damaged that Jaime is able to control it at all, instead of having been brainwashed into a world-conquering monster like all of the other Scarabs.
- Color Character: Blue Beetle.
- Counterpart Combat Coordination: Faces off against Cyborg when the League fights the Titans.
- The Everyman: Fills this role on the Titans team, as a result of his Super Power Lottery.
- Hot-Blooded: Challenges Robin to a fight when he gets on everyone's nerves and nearly kills him.
- Meaningful Name: "Jaime" ultimately derives from "Ya'akov" (Jacob), Hebrew for "supplanter";note a supplanter is a person that takes the place of another. Fits perfectly with how the Scarab sometimes takes control of Jaime. Also see Suspiciously Similar Substitute below.
- Nice Guy: He's slightly more brusque and hot-headed than his previous incarnations, but still a generally pleasant fellow to be around.
- Super Power Lottery: He has Super Strength and Super Toughness, Flight, and a limited degree of Voluntary Shapeshifting, mostly enabling him to create blades or energy blasters.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute For Cyborg in terms of group dynamics, comparing this version of the Titans with the 03 cartoon, as the blue-clad robotic fighter that fires laser cannons and spends a lot of time hanging out with Beast Boy. He and Cyborg even go head to head in the brief League vs. Titans battle.
Wonder Girl/Donna Troy
- The Cameo: Appears in one at the end of The Judas Contract.
- Vocied By: Christina Ricci
- Abusive Parents: When her powers manifested, her parents claimed she was a demon and tried to have her killed. Her surrogate father, Slade, is hardly better, leaving her to die just to get a paycheck.
- Adaptational Nice Guy: Terra's still evil, but she's not the sociopath she was in the comics. Rather, Deathstroke saved her from a bunch of bigots planning to murder her and took her in. She even uses her powers to send Beast Boy away when she brings Blood's lair down on herself and Deathstroke.
- Becoming the Mask: While she acts contemptuous of the team once her treachery is revealed, it's pretty clear throughout the movie she's come to care about the team and is torn up about her betrayal.
- Defrosting Ice Queen: Towards the entire team, but Beast Boy in particular. At first she treats his flirting with contempt, but by the end of the movie, she does really care about him. When she kills herself in a cave-in, she last words are to tell him she's sorry, then use her powers to get him to safety.
- Dishing Out Dirt: She can control all forms of rocks and earth like her other counterparts, and she was initially seen riding a flying rock.
- Driven to Suicide: She brings down Brother Blood's lair on top her head in a fit of abject despair after betraying the team and being betrayed by the one person she trusted.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: Being so used to the worst of humanity and having let it corrupt her, Terra cannot understand why the Titans are so genuinely good and kind to her.
Terra: What's wrong with you people?
- Hot for Teacher: She has a disturbing attraction to her mentor/father figure, Slade. She keeps trying to proposition him, but he rebuffs her every time. Unfortunately this isn't a redeeming quality for Slade since he's clearly using the idea of a relationship to control her and promises that they'll be together "in every way" once their job is done.
- The Mole: It Was His Sled, given both the 30-plus year old comic her second appearance is based on and the second season of the 2003 Teen Titans cartoon, but she's working for Deathstroke.
- Rage Against the Mentor: Pretty justified since Slade betrays her and leaves her to die just to get a paycheck. During her fight, it looks like she may have finally killed him by crushing him under rubble.
- The Stinger: She appears during a credit scene as a Sequel Hook.
- Tragic Villain: Terra is a far cry from the unhinged sadist of the comics. Instead she's a deeply troubled girl who was nearly killed by her neighbors for having super powers, and was raised by a psychopathic mercenary who used her as a tool and isolated her from the rest of the world to make her dependent on him.
- Ungrateful Bitch: For much of the movie, Terra was willing to let the Titans get drained and killed despite the fact that they all clearly cared about her and were going out of their way to help her deal with her psychological issues, but she continually pushed them away. She comes around in the end, but she's in some ways an even bigger jerk than Damian, especially since he's trying to be nicer these days.
- Walking Spoiler: She's The Mole for Slade, but since It Was His Sled is in full effect, not as big a spoiler for longtime fans.
Kid Flash/Wally West
- Voiced by Jason Spisak
- Voiced by Crispin Freeman
- Voiced by Masasa Moyo
- Clothes Make the Superman: Her powers come from her suit.
- Flight: Part of her powerset, since her suit has wings.
- Role Reprisal: Has the same voice actor from Young Justice.
- Sizeshifter: Her suit lets her shrink to insect-size.
- Shock and Awe: She can use her suit to fire electric projectiles at her opponents.
Justice League Dark
- Voiced By: Matt Ryan
- Adaptational Heroism: Constantine is still the same Good Is Not Nice Manipulative Bastard that he is in the comics, but here he is much more openly caring about others and actively keeps others away if they can't help, whereas the comic version gladly surrounds himself with useful allies for his scheming. This version also lacks the Stalker with a Crush trait with Zatanna that was mutually destructive for them both.
- Anti-Hero: Arrogant, reckless, not particularly polite but he does use his powers to fight the forces of darkness.
- Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: John has a very callous disregard towards beings with power equal to or greater than his. This is partly because it annoys them and makes them careless, and partly because he's kind of a dick.
- Hurting Hero: It's clear he takes the losses of his adventures very deeply, not that he would admit it.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: He tends to endanger his friends during his adventures which has more or less estranged him from all of them. Jason Blood is a notable exception but even he thinks John is "world class bastard."
- Mean Boss: John isn't particularly nice to Orchid, treating her as just the help. This comes back to bite him when he orders her to do something against her purpose, which allows the bad guy to steal the McGuffin.
- Occult Detective
- Playing with Fire: He has a tendency to default to fireballs in combat.
- Role Reprisal: Matt Ryan reprises his role as the title character of Constantine.
- Weak, but Skilled: Constantine is more or less of average power but he very good control over his powers. This in direct contrast to Zatanna, who is far more powerful but easily loses control, which is why she uses her skills to be a stage magician.
- Voiced by: Camilla Luddington
- Adaptational Modesty: Zatanna wears tights in this version, when her legs are normally clad in fishnets, if not completely bare.
- Evil Me Scares Me: While not evil per se, her rage against Faust turns her into a force of nature who could have slaughtered him very easily and John stops her to save her soul. This mortifies her and she cries in his arms.
- Hot Witch: She’s certainly attractive.
- Lady of Black Magic
- Morality Pet: Acts as this towards John Constantine, being the only one on his team who can bring out his kinder side. When dealing with people who Constantine has rubbed the wrong way, she's the one who is able to appeal to their sense of right.
- Ms. Fanservice: She is very attractive, wearing an outfit that shows off her cleavage and legs
- Mythology Gag: She's introduced wearing her standard magician's garb, but the rest of the movie has her in a corset and leather pants.
- Strong, but Unskilled: She is easily the most powerful sorcerer on the team but she is shown to either quickly get tired while using magic or easily lose control.
- Voiced By: Nicholas Turturro
- Book Dumb: Deadman is the only member of the JLD without any kind of magical training or expertise. At the same time, he is effectively responsible for the formation of the team by pushing Batman to seek out Constantine, which further brings Zatanna into the fold.
- Comic-Book Movies Don't Use Codenames: He's only ever referred to as "Boston" in the movie. This contrasts Constantine and Zatanna, whose hero names are the same as their legal names.
- Demonic Possession: Well, ghostly. And Deadman does not need to make a deal to take over somebody's body, he just does it.
- Fan Boy: Of Batman. And the rest of the Justice League.
- Invisible to Normals: Constantine has to cast a spell so that Batman can see and talk with him.
- No-Sell: Frequent victim of this. Deadman's main power is possessing the living, taking control of their actions. Because this can end conflicts really easily, pretty much every character of significance has to have the ability to resist his possession, and it's only nameless normal people we see him having full control over. Even Batman is able to force out Deadman at one point with the power of his mind.
Jason Blood/ Etrigan the Demon
- Voiced by: Ray Chase
- Adaptational Heroism: In the comics Jason's backstory was that he was a knight of Camelot who betrayed his kingdom due to being in love with Morgan le Fay and was bound to Etrigan by Merlin as punishment. Here he's a loyal knight who was mortally wounded and Merlin bounded him with Etrigan to keep him alive.
- Be Careful What You Wish For: Jason wanted to be free of Etrigan, unaware that it was the only thing keeping him alive.
- The Cameo: Amanda Waller consults him in the Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay tie-in comic's first issue.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Despite being a demon, Etrigan is on the side of good, even after the bond breaks.
- Death by Adaptation: Jason Blood dies after being separated from Etrigan by Destiny. At least until the Hell to Pay comic sequel.
Task Force X/Suicide Squad
- Badass Normal: He isn't a meta human, yet he manages to hold his own against the likes of Blockbuster, Banshee, Knockout, Vandal Savage, etc.
- Because I'm Good at It: Even though he manages to get work off his prison sentence and leave the Squad to start a whole new life, he goes back to being an assassin instead of working as Lyft driver as his daughter suggested because he doesn't know anything else and he is the best in his trade.
- Berserk Button: Threatening his daughter or simply implying that he doesn't actually love her.
- Cold Sniper: At times he kills each of his enemies with perfect accuracy before moving onto the next.
- Collapsible Helmet: His helmet can open and close from around his neck, in a manner similar to Iron Man's.
- Deadpan Snarker: Not as much as Killer Frost.
- Evil Parents Want Good Kids: In the tie-in comic, he makes a demonstration of his work day to his daughter in order to dissuade her from pursuing it.
- A Father to His Men: While he never says it, there are instances where he shows that he holds the safety of his teammates a top priority.
- Fire-Forged Friends: With Bronze Tiger.
- The Gunslinger: Throughout the film, apart from his wrist guns, he also uses an assault rifle and pistol with great efficiency.
- Hitman with a Heart: Deadshot is professional criminal who loves his daughter, is A Father to His Men, gives Jewelee a Mercy Kill, and gives a dying Bronze Tiger the Get Out Of Hell Free Card.
- Mercy Kill: Shoots Jewelee at the beginning of the film after she tearfully begs him to spare her from having to experience having her head blown off from Waller's detonator.
- Only Sane Man: He goes where the money goes and under Waller's thumb just does as he's told to earn back his freedom while lacking the mania, freakishness, or suicidal ambition that most of the super villains in this universe possess.
- Pet the Dog: After Bronze Tiger is fatally wounded by Zoom, Deadshot gives him the Get Out of Hell card to ensure he will go to Heaven, risking being killed by Waller for disobeying her.
- Role Reprisal: From Justice League Action.
- The Stoic: Borders between this and a Sociopath, as he always shows little to no emotion even when gunning down his enemies.
- Tarot Troubles: He's represented by The Devil card in Madame Xanadu's deck.
- Weapon of Choice: His signature wrist guns, a customized assault rifle and a silenced pistol.
Bronze Tiger/Ben Turner
- Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay
Voiced by: Billy Brown
- Adaptational Badass: If Waller is correct about him being the World's Best Warrior, as while his comic self is undeniably near the top, he doesn't quite reach the heights of Black Canary, Cassandra Cain, or his former ally Lady Shiva.
- Adaptation Distillation: In the comics, Ben and the Bronze Tiger are two different personalities, with Bronze Tiger being his Hyde-esque evil self created by the League of Assassins through brainwashing. Here, it's just an alias.
- Ambiguously Christian: He does mention believe in Heaven and Hell, but beyond that its not established how religious he really is. This is in contrast to his comic self, who is explicitly Taoist.
- Anti-Hero: Unlike most members of the team, he was a violent vigilante that killed his enemies rather than a criminal.
- Badass Normal: He has no discernible powers and has the skills for it to not matter.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Tiger was targeted by the League of Assassins and they murdered his fiancee to get to him. He spent several years on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge killing those responsible.
- Death by Adaptation: Bronze Tiger was one of the only characters to survive the entire original run of Suicide Squad, but here he's killed by Thawne.
- Fire-Forged Friends: Shows dislike for his fellow partners, specially with Deadshot since he is assigned as leader and Tiger refuses to take orders from a criminal. At the end of the movie, they show mutual respect for each other after defeating Zoom together and Deadshot comforts Tiger in his last moments.
- Karma Houdini: He gets to use the card at the end of the movie. Allowing him to go to Heaven instead of Hell. Compared to all the others interested in being this trope however, he was by far the most sympathetic.
- Last Breath Bullet: He uses the last of his strength to slice Zoom's fingers off with a throwing knife, robbing him of the card and giving Lawton a clear shot at the supervillain.
- Tarot Troubles: He's represented by The Emperor card in Madame Xanadu's deck.
- World's Best Warrior. Waller believes that he could be the best martial artist on the planet.
Harley Quinn/Harleen Quinzel
- Batter Up!: All she ever uses in combat is a baseball bat.
- Demoted to Extra: Unlike most Suicide Squad adaptations, Harley Quinn is minor character in Hell to Pay who could be removed without affecting the story at all.
- Dumb Blonde: She is a little air-headed.
- The Fool: Possibly the weakest member of her team next to Captain Boomerang, and undoubtedly its most reckless member, she nonetheless manages to come out of Hell to Pay relatively unscathed.
- Leeroy Jenkins: While the team is sneaking in on Zoom's hideout, she immediately rushes in screaming to the top of her lungs. Luckily for them, the hideout was empty though it was armed with a bomb.
- Role Reprisal: From a majority of things with Harley in them, starting with Batman: Arkham City.
- Shoo Out the Clowns: Literally in Hell to Pay where Deadshot tells her to stay behind when he goes to confront Zoom himself.
- Straw Feminist: She believes that Waller never puts her in charge because the Task Force X system is misogynistic, ignoring her various instabilities that would make her ill-fit for a team leader role.
- Tarot Troubles: She's represented by The Empress card in Madame Xanadu's deck.
- Too Kinky to Torture: When injected with their detonators, Harley reacts with laughing joy rather than agony unlike other Task Force X members.
- Wolverine Publicity: One of the most popular members of the Suicide Squad, but is of actual arguable helpfulness and plot relevance during the events of her premiere film.
Captain Boomerang/George "Digger" Harkness
- Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay
Voiced by: Liam McIntyre
- Better Than a Bare Bulb: The tie-in comic for Hell to Pay reveals that Waller only kept him around in case something happened to Deadshot and Task Force X needed another marksman of comparable skill.
- Evil Counterpart: His skillset mirrors Deadshot's own, that is, nigh-unerring accuracy, but he's a much more crude and reckless thug who's sole purpose more-or-less is to make Floyd look good.
- Jerkass: It wouldn't be Boomerang if he wasn't a jackass. In his first scene he uses paper boomerangs to bother Deadshot in the next cell and during the movie's climax tries to steal the Card for himself.
- Kick the Son of a Bitch: On the receiving end of this trope by Zoom in Hell to Pay when he steals the Card and gets beaten up to the inch of his life.
- Not So Harmless: As of Hell to Pay, he still has 88 more years left of his prison sentence to work off.
- Tarot Troubles: He's represented by The Chariot card in Madame Xanadu's deck.
Killer Frost/Crystal Frost
- Abusive Parents: Both her mother and her father used to beat her up together.
- Deadpan Snarker: "Blow me up NOW".
- "Bite me".
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: She turns on the Suicide Squad for Zoom after he removes her explosive, and she immediately betrays Zoom when he has the Card on his hands, intending to sell it to the highest bidder.
- Face–Heel Turn: Not that she wasn't actually good to begin with, but she betrays the Suicide Squad after Zoom convinces her to help him by removing her Explosive Leash.
- Tarot Troubles: She's represented by The Sun card in Madame Xanadu's deck.
- Traumatic Superpower Awakening: It was her parents' constant abuse that caused her powers to manifest.
- Token Super: She is the only explicit metahuman on the team and the most powerful one to booth, being able to kill Blockbuster and Silver Banshee with ease when they gave so much trouble to the other members.
- Adaptational Ugliness: Thanks to his body modifications, he is more terrifying to look at than his Justice League version.
- Beast Man: A self-made one.
- The Quiet One: Copperhead can speak, but doesn't do it as often as Boomerang and especially Harley Quinn.
- Reptiles Are Abhorrent: He surgically altered his body to resemble a humanoid snake, including sharp teeth and acidic venom.
- Troll: He knows he looks terrifying and gets some kicks scaring off civilians in the streets.
- Vocal Dissonance: When he speaks, his voice doesn't exactly match up with his scary appearance.
- Your Head Asplode: Waller detonates his explosive. Not because he went rogue, but to take Killer Frost down with him.
Count Vertigo/Werner Vertigo
- Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay
Voiced by: Jim Pirri
- Aristocrats Are Evil: Has an noble title and is planning to double cross Waller while working for her.
- Cruel and Unusual Death: His death was not pretty nor painless.
- Eyepatch of Power: It doesn't really do anything.
- Your Head Asplode: As Deadshot was happy to remind him.
Punch and Jewelee
- Ain't Too Proud to Beg: Jewelee spends the last moments of her life tearfully begging Deadshot to save her from Waller's explosive device.
- Et Tu, Brute?: Punch lives long enough to see that it was his own lover who shot him through the back.
- Light Is Not Good: They both use hard-light constructs, two of which are used to inflict a number of horrific deaths.
- Mercy Kill: Jewelee is on the receiving end of one from Deadshot.
- Sickeningly Sweethearts: They smooch at every opportunity possible, even in the middle of a mission. Subverted in that it was all a charade on Jewelee's part.
- Unholy Matrimony: Especially unholy on Jewelee's part.
- Your Cheating Heart: Jewelee with Count Vertigo.
- Voiced by: Vanessa Williams
- Adaptational Attractiveness: Amanda Waller is depicted as younger and slimmer than in most depictions. There's even a justification for her size: she has a terminal disease, probably cancer. Deadshot indicates briefly that she's been grumpier since she lost weight, implying that it's all due to the disease. Even with this in mind, she still looks in remarkable good shape despite this condition.
- A Lighter Shade of Black: Compared to the others seeking the 'Get out of Hell' Free card, she's the least evil, and the tie-in comic points out that some of her actions with the squad are considered moral.
- Bad Boss: She is very uncaring towards her employees even if they are criminals themselves and has no reservation about blowing them up when its convenient such as when she detonates Copperhead's explosive in order to take Killer Frost down with him when she goes rogue. She also refuses medical treatment to Bronze Tiger when he is mortally wounded in action.
- Does Not Like Magic: According to the comic tie-in. She has reservations about sorcerers ever since an incident involving the Enchantress.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Towards Killer Frost's abusive parents, saying that they were in need of some discipline themselves.
- Hypocrite: The Hell to Pay comic reveals she distrusts magic users, yet she had no problem sending the team in search of a magical item to save herself.
- Ill Girl: She is currently dying and doesn't have much left to live. All she wants is get the Card so she can go straight to Heaven when she dies.
- It's All About Me: Usually, Waller uses Task Force X for national security, but in Hell to Pay she is using them specifically for her own interests. Namely trying to avoid an afterlife of punishment for her crimes.
- Pyrrhic Villainy: Amanda finally gets her hands on the Card on the end... After it has been used to send Bronze Tiger to Heaven. Not only she finds out she has been duped in the tie-in comic, but also that the Spectre is on her trail too. The comic revolves around her attempts at subverting this trope.
- Big Bad: For Justice League: War.
- Evil Is Bigger: Darkseid is huge in this incarnation, easily three times taller than the heroes and just as wide.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Typical for both Darkseid and several villains voiced by Steve Blum, but Blum's voice in the finished version of War had a ton of effects put on it to make him sound demonic.
- Eye Scream: After showing off his omega beam, the league teams up to destroy each of his eyes.
- Galactic Conqueror: He had conquered countless worlds in the past and converted their inhabitants into Parademons.
- Generic Doomsday Villain: Darkseid is given no motivation or backstory for his invasion of Earth. All he states is he is entropy and death. When not busy fighting the heroes he engages in random acts of destruction with his eye beams. So he invades because he is evil...and that is about it.
- God of Evil: Like mentioned above, he's literally the God of Tyranny and the worst ofthe New Gods.
- Voiced By: Thomas Gibson (Son of Batman), Miguel Ferrer (The Judas Contract)
- Adaptational Wimp: In Son of Batman, he isn't quite as formidable as he was in the comics, being an even match for Damian and not even scoring a hit on Batman.
- Bait the Dog: The Judas Contract does a good job of tricking the audience into thinking Slade might have some humanity, with flashbacks revealing that he saved Terra's life from a bigoted mob when she was a child, then raised her as a paternal figure and mentor. He also, unlike the comics, rebuffs her sexual advances. Except then it turns out he's still dangling the prospect of a sexual relationship in front of her to keep her under his control, and he's ultimately still a predator who's only ever viewed this traumatized girl as a tool instead of a person. He eventually betrays her and leaves her to die at Brother Blood's hands simply for a paycheck and shrugs off her betrayed reaction with the same deadpan humor he's been using throughout the film.
- Big Bad: Of Son of Batman.
- The Cameo: In Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, he is implied to be the assassin that killed Bronze Tiger's girlfriend.
- Composite Character: His role in the comic that Son of Batman was adapted from originally belonged to Talia.
- Deadpan Snarker: In The Judas Contract where 90% of his lines are snark towards Brother Blood and the Titans.
- The Dragon: For Brother Blood in The Judas Contract
- Evil Sounds Deep: He has a menacing voice thanks to both Thomas Gibson and the late Miguel Ferrer.
- Eye Scream: Here, he loses his eye after Damian stabs him in his siege of the League's headquarters.
- Eyepatch of Power: He sports an eyepatch after Damian stabs him in the eye.
- Face Death with Dignity: Possibly. His death isn't confirmed but when Terra's about to bring Brother Blood's lair collapsing down on top of them both, he just calmly resigns himself to it and tells her, "So long, kid." Then he's seemingly killed when he's brought down under the cracking ground he was on and buried under the rubble.
- Green-Eyed Monster: Everything he did in Son of Batman was motivated by jealous towards Damian.
- The Heavy: In The Judas Contract, he's working for Brother Blood, but he's the one moving the plot along and capturing the Titans on his boss's behalf.
- Rogues-Gallery Transplant: His enmity with Dick Grayson is transferred to Damian.
- The Starscream: He tries to take over the League of Assassins after being rejected by Ra's al Ghul.
- Took a Level in Badass: See Adaptational Wimp above for Son of Batman but by The Judas Contract he is able to capture all the Titans with some assistance from Terra and the exception of Nightwing who escapes but cannot defeat him. He also gets into a fight with Dick and Damian and would have won the fight had Terra not intervened.
- Voiced By: Morena Baccarin
- Adaptational Heroism: In Son of Batman, her role as the villain of that story (based on "Batman and Robin") is given to Deathstroke and she fit her traditional role of a Noble Demon. However, she does become more in line with Morrision's depiction in Bad Blood, being the Big Bad of that movie.
- Adaptational Wimp: In Son of Batman, she wasn't quite as tough either. She gets taken out by Deathstroke almost immediately when she invades his stronghold. She gets better.
- Archnemesis Mom: To Damian in Batman: Bad Blood since she is now the Big Bad and has become a pure sociopath by then.
- Big Bad: Of Batman: Bad Blood.
- Ms. Fanservice: She wears a Spy Catsuit that shows off her curves, legs, and incredible body and shows her buxom cleavage.
- Never Found the Body: After escaping in Batman: Bad Blood, she is attacked by Onyx, who stowed aboard her shuttle. The shuttle crashes and explodes, and it's heavily implied Talia took a katana to the face just before.
- Offing the Offspring: Either if the offspring is a clone or her the one she gave birth to.
- Took a Level in Badass: In between the events of Son of Batman and Batman: Bad Blood, Talia has grown in ruthlessness, combat, and sociopathy.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: She took one hell of one, from a caring if aloof mother and ally of Batman to a pure sociopathic monster who even kills a clone of her son as he begs her to give him a soul and threatens to do the same to Damian. Not only that but she implies she only had him to get close to Bruce.
- Yandere: She would drug, rape, or psychologically torture Batman if it means he will love her.
- Achilles' Heel: The crystal that can seal him away, nothing else can stop him.
- Abusive Parents: To Raven, unsurprisingly.
- Archnemesis Dad: To Raven.
- Big Bad: For Justice League Vs Teen Titans.
- Big Red Devil: Same as his comic counterpart.
- A Form You Are Comfortable With: When he was summoned by Raven's mother, he assumed the form of an handsome male to easily seduce her. Up until they were actually in bed, when he revealed his true form to her...
- Horns of Villainy: He has two massive ones sprouting out the top of his head.
- The Juggernaut: Once he is summoned to Earth, he is absolutely impossible to beat back or slow down. Not even by Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash. It takes Raven sealing him back in one of the crystals shards to stop his onslaught.
- Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: It's implied that Raven was conceived by him forcing himself on her mother.
- Satan: He is referred as such by other Titans, before Raven revealed his true name.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: He was trapped inside a crystal by his daughter after, but he managed to break free eventually. He goes back in his can at the film's end, but then, what were you expecting?
- Adaptation Name Change: Downplayed but his name might get him confused for the Eternal of the same name. In truth he is based on Doctor Destiny.
- The Bus Came Back: Meta-example. It's been up to at least fourteen years since Dr. Destiny had his last animated appearance in the previous Justice League cartoon. In the Justice League: Dark movie, he finally makes his glorious return after well over a decade.
- Evil Sorcerer: He uses magic to extend his life and killed a bunch of people.
- A God Am I: He believes himself to be a god.
- Hero Killer: He definitely killed Jason Blood, and he may or may not have killed Swamp Thing.
- Voiced By: Gregg Henry
- All Your Powers Combined: He absorbs the Titans' powers, which changes his physical appearance into an amalgamation of them.
- Big Bad: The central antagonist of The Judas Contract.
- Composite Character: He combines Brother Blood from the comics with the H.I.V.E Master. This is not the first time this has happened either.
- A God Am I: His motivation, as he states many times, is to become a god.
- Large Ham: Throughout the climax of the movie, he really starts Chewing the Scenery.
- Killed Mid-Sentence: He keeps on getting interrupted during the final battle, with even his last words going incomplete.
- Really 700 Years Old: Bathing in the blood of his enemies has somehow prevented him from aging for centuries.
- Sinister Minister: He's the leader of his own Religion of Evil.
- Villainous Breakdown: He has one as he starts losing and his headquarters starts getting destroyed.
- Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay
Voiced by: Jim Pirri
- Abusive Parents: He has no qualms about executing his daughter's lover in front of her eyes, no less.
- Adaptational Wimp: Most incarnations of Savage possess Complete Immortality (so much so that in the comics, the Spectre laments being unable to punish him for his crimes due to his immortality). This version only has a Healing Factor and even then worries about dying Which ends up happening. Subverted in the tie-in comic when its revealed that he survived.
- Asshole Victim: Gets killed by Zoom when the Card is removed from his body, and it couldn't have happened to a nicer guy.
- Bad Boss: Orders his men to shoot Knockout when she is in their line of fire, saying she is expendable.
- Big Bad Ensemble: With Professor Zoom and Waller in Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay.
- Immortals Fear Death: More like "Immortals Fear Going to Hell". Until the emergence of superheroes, he never really worried about the possibility of dying. But after too many brushes with death, he worries that his time will come soon and he will be damned to Hell when that happens. This is why he is after the Card so he can secure his surgery.
- Immortality: He is a 5000-year old caveman who gained eternal life after being exposed to a meteor's radiation.
- Julius Beethoven da Vinci: He is said to have been Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar and Genghis Khan.
- Meatgrinder Surgery: He subjects himself to one by Professor Pyg to insert the Card inside his own body, just in case someone tries to kill him and its rigged in such a way that trying to remove it would do just that, effectively using up the Card. He survives this procedure until Zoom manages to remove it with his intagibility powers, killing Savage in the process.
- Not Quite Dead: The comic hints that he may have survived and his daughter Scandal wants to kill him once and for all.
- Rogues-Gallery Transplant: Vandal Savage has been traditionally an enemy to the Justice League and many individual heroes, but he is made an antagonist to the Suicide Squad in Hell to Pay.
- Tarot Troubles: He's represented by the Death card in Madame Xanadu's deck.
Eobard Thawne/Professor Zoom
- Adapted Out: Unlike all stories since it was introduced, Nora Allen's killer is never hinted to be Eobard in this universe.
- Archenemy: Is The Flash's worst enemy and is completely dedicated to erasing Barry Allen from history.
- Bad Boss: Towards The Rogues. He hires them to break into the Flash Museum and capture Barry, then when they succeed, plants tiny 25th century explosives on them in a bid to kill Allen, fully content with his hired help dying in the blast as well.
- Benevolent Boss: He's surprisingly pretty good to his crew in his second movie appearance. Given that he's on the verge of dying, he probably knows he can't afford to treat them like crap.
- Big Bad Ensemble: With Vandal Savage and Waller in Hell to Pay. He comes out as the biggest threat after offing Vandal.
- Body Horror: Has a large gaping hole in his forehead in his second movie appearance. Also on a smaller level, his crimson colored irises set in black sclera.
- Boom, Headshot!: Receives a bullet through the brain courtesy of Flashpoint!Batman. Even when he manages to somewhat survive this, the gaping hole is still there.
- The Coup de Grâce that Deadshot gives him is another Headshot through the same hole.
- Composite Character: He has the red-and-black-eyes of Hunter Zolomon. He also takes some traits from The Flash (2014)'s take on Savitar in Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, seeing as how he also recruits Killer Frost as his dragon and has to complete his objectives on borrowed time.
- Dirty Coward: Is perfectly fine with killing innocent bystanders and even letting the world be destroyed and condemning countless lives to their death just to settle his grudge against The Flash, yet when his own death is drawing near, he desperately seeks out the Get Out Of Hell Free card to escape punishment for his crimes.
- Dissonant Serenity: During the battle between the Amazons and Atlantians in London, Zoom makes his presence known to The Flash by stepping out of the backroom of a cafe complete with java in hand, sipping it nonchalantly and greeting Barry like an old pal.
- Drama-Preserving Handicap: A speedster like Thawne - who unlike the Flash, has zero qualms about killing - would normally make quick work of Badass Normals and street-level Metahumans. He is much slower and weaker here due to using the Speed Force to stretch out his death as long as possible before he can get his hands on the Card.
- Evil Gloating: He can't stop himself from doing this, and it's what leads to his first death.
- Famous Last Words: Fuck...my life.
- Hannibal Lecture: Is very fond of giving these to Barry, and unfortunately they tend to work.
- Karmic Death: He dies of a No Kill Like Overkill, being shot down by a ton of bullets from Deadshot in what looked to be a very painful death and drawn-out death. This was not long after he did a very similar approach by cutting Bronze Tiger roughly the same amount of times with a knife.
- Plot Twist: As it turns out, Thawne managed to survive his death in the Flashpoint timeline by absorbing the Speed Force into him just prior to death and passed in to the main timeline. This is a major plot thread in Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay as he can only extend his life for so long and is seeking out the Get Out Of Hell Free card so that when his Speed Force reserve is depleted and he dies, he can pass into the afterlife unpunished.
- Rogues-Gallery Transplant: While best-known as the Flash's Arch-Enemy, Hell to Pay makes him the primary antagonist of the Suicide Squad.
- Soft-Spoken Sadist: More often than not speaks in a soft, raspy whisper, and is a complete and utter sociopath to boot.
- The Sociopath: Even among the Darker and Edgier villains found in this continuity, Zoom stands out by being driven not by power or greed, but by his overwhelming hatred of Barry Allen and will stop at nothing to torment his hated foe. He's even willing to let the world be destroyed and be among those killed if it means The Flash will die too.
- Villain Ball: Rather than simply kill Barry in the Flashpoint timeline and be done with it, Thawne insists on beating him to a pulp and monologuing about how everything is Barry's fault...which gives Flashpoint!Batman the perfect opportunity to shoot him in the back of the head and give Barry the needed Speed Force energy to undo Flashpoint.
- Done again in Hell to Pay when whenever he gets his hands on the card, he doesn't try to run or let himself die so he can go to Heaven. Instead he tries to goad Deadshot to kill him, giving Bronze Tiger time to throw a knife slicing his fingers off the card and leaving himself vulnerable.
- Villainous Valor: He is a despicable monster who is ultimately motivated by his own selfish desire to save himself, but its still remarkable that he is using every ounce of his being to keep himself alive a little longer and is way more vulnerable than what he normally is as a result.
- Voiced By: Dania Ramirez
- Adaptational Wimp: The original Scandal inherited her father's healing factor. There is no mention whether she has it too, and is a Badass Normal otherwise.
- Ambiguously Brown: She has a distinctive tan and a Latin-American accent, indicating that she is from Brazil just like in the original comics. The Hell to Pay tie-in comic has her speaking in Spanish for some reason.
- Badass Gay: A lesbian and absolutely deadly in combat.
- Battle Couple: With Knockout.
- Butch Lesbian: Ironically, despite her lover being an Amazonian Beauty, she is explicitly more masculine than her. Steel Maxum refers to her as a "butch" when telling his story to Task Force X.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: A little, she acts very annoyed at Professor Pyg when she catches him peeking on her girlfriend.
- Dark Action Girl: Scandal is fast, nimble and deadly with her Wolverine Claws.
- The Dragon: To her father Vandal.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: She is a ruthless assassin who is also in a loving relationship with her partner-in-crime.
- Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal: She turns on her father and tips his hideout to the Suicide Squad after he coldly tries to execute her girlfriend before her eyes.
- Wolverine Claws: Her weapons of choice.
- Voiced By: Cissy Jones
- Adaptational Wimp: New Gods are normally more resilient to conventional damage than humans. Knockout is mortally wounded by Vandal's gunmen.
- Amazonian Beauty: Being tall and muscle doesn't detract from her beauty one bit. Not even Steel Maxum is deterred by it.
- Badass Gay: Just like Scandal.
- Battle Couple: With Scandal.
- The Brute: Being an Apokoliptian, she is the most physically strong of Vandal's thugs. She also pulls double duty as The Dark Chick since she is able to seduce Maxum Steel in order to successfully steal the "Get Out of Hell" card from him.
- Chainmail Bikini: Her outfit choice, so much so she says it reminds her of Wonder Woman.
- Dark Action Girl: She is superstrong and hits like a truck.
- Evil Redhead: Has red hair and is an Apokoliptian currently in service to a immortal supervillain.
- Lipstick Lesbian: Believe it or not, she is this in contrast to Scandal's Butch Lesbian. She is more conventionally feminine and willing to use her wiles to get her way.
- Made of Iron: Downplayed. She survives after being pumped full with bullets by Vandal's henchmen and later getting shot in the face by him, but she is left in a critical condition in the hospital.
- Ms. Fanservice: She is not only extremely voluptuous and seductive, but she is also the very first female character to appear explicitly nude in this continuity.
- Physical God: She makes an off-handed mention about coming from Apokolips, confirming that she is indeed a New God.
- Uncertain Doom: Knockout is last seen being hospitalized with her life hanging by a thread. The follow-up comic show she ultimately survived.
Professor Pyg/Lazlo Valentine
- Voiced By: James Urbaniak
- Adaptational Intelligence: More like "Adaptational Mind Clarity"; Professor Pyg in the comics is somehow even more crazed and deranged than the Joker, due to only speaking through incoherent gibberish. Here, he is capable of proper communication and more mentally sound.
- Asshole Victim: Nobody is particularly disturbed to see Pyg's brains blown out of his head by Savage.
- Boom, Headshot!: His manner of death offscreen by Vandal Savage.
- Eating the Eye Candy: He ogles Knockout bathing while he is tied up, much to Scandal's annoyance. He scoffs at it saying he is used to seeing naked bodies all the time.
- Evil Genius: To Vandal Savage, albeit unwillingly.
- Kidnapped Scientist: Scandal Savage captures him at the start of Hell to Pay so he could perform a special surgery that only someone deranged like him could do it. Insert the "Get Out of Hell" Card inside Vandal Savage's body and rig it so that when he dies, the Card will be used up on him.
- Mad Doctor: He uses his surgical skills to twist his victims horribly. His minions were people horribly disfigured by him (though nowhere near as terrible as the Dollotrons from the comics) and at the start of the movie, he is in the process of performing a operation in Two-Face that will turn his entire face completely disfigured and erase his Harvey Dent personality. He is about to start this by inserting a needle in his eye before Scandal interrupts him.
- Malevolent Masked Man: As his name indicates, he wears a pig mask.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: On the receiving end of this trope after completing his surgery, Vandal executes him for having no further use for him.
- Composite Character: His look most closely recalls the original comics and New 52 appearance, with his traits of progressively growing spikier as the fight wears on and having Eye Beams taken from the DC Extended Universe incarnation.
- Diabolus ex Nihilo: Arrives in via comet and proceeds to go on a rampage with no attention given to its origins outside of some brief speculation.
Legion of Doom
- Appearances: Justice League: Throne of Atlantis (The Stinger), Justice League vs. Teen Titans, The Death of Superman
- Archenemy: He's Superman's archfoe, a fact cemented by his fighting Superman in Justice League vs. Teen Titans.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: Despite his actions, he refers to himself a business man in Justice League Vs. Teen Titans.
- Evil Sounds Deep: He is voiced by Steve Blum and thus as a deep voice.
- Powered Armor: His appearance in JLvTT depicted him in his trademark green and purple battle armor.
- Role Reprisal: From Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox in Throne of Atlantis and Justice League Vs. Teen Titans.
- Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Clearly hopes to invoke this, between his talk about being a concerned businessman and telling Superman he'll pay for the destroyed armor.
- Voiced By: Rick D. Wasserman
- Hulk Speak: Like other versions, Grundy talks like this and while not voiced by Fred Tatasciore like in other versions, his voice actor still has experience as the Hulk.
- Super Strength: Like in some stories, he can be taken out by Batman on his own, but like in those stories, he's still strong enough to smash through walls.
- The Undead: He's a zombie.
- Archenemy: Wonder Woman's archfoe, a fact cemented by Wonder Woman confronting her on her own and Cheetah's attempt to ambush Diana.
- Catgirl: Like some versions, she's depicted with feline attributes.
- Dark Action Girl: The only female member of the Legion and one of the strongest if she can handle herself against Wonder Woman.
- Designated Girl Fight: Her only purpose is to fight Wonder Woman, both of them being the only female members of their teams.
- Does Not Like Shoes: She is always barefooted as a result of her transformation giving her clawed feet.
- Full-Frontal Assault: Fights in the nude since she's covered in cheetah fur.
- Murderous Thighs: Feints a vertical kick to wrap her legs around Wonder Woman's neck and give her a back scratch.
- The Smurfette Principle: The only female member of the Legion of Doom.
- The Speechless: She doesn't talk in her appearance.
- Voiced By: Rick D. Wasserman
- Adaptational Wimp: This version hews closer to the pre-New 52 version in using technology to control the weather rather than having actual weather-controlling powers like his New 52 self.
- Demonic Possession: The plot of JLvTT is kicked off by him being possessed by one of Trigon's children.
- Weather-Control Machine: As in several other versions, his "wand" is a device that can let him control the weather. However...
- Weather Manipulation: ...when the demon possessed him, the demon was able to control the weather despite the League having the wand.
- Adaptational Modesty: Her cleavage is covered in this version, as opposed to her comic version who sports Absolute Cleavage and Cleavage Window.
- Does Not Like Shoes: Like most of the Atlanteans.
- Kung-Fu Wizard: Be it spells or Melee she will mow down enemies by the dozen.
- Making a Splash: She can freely summon a vortex of water when it suits her.
- Ice Magic Is Water: In battle, she kills several soldiers using weapons made of ice, such as blades, whips, and arrows.
- More Deadly Than the Male: Much like Wonder Woman, Mera goes for the kill, while Arthur usually stops at knocking his opponent out.
- Official Couple: Begins a relationship with Arthur/Aquaman.
Colonel Jacob Kane
- Voiced by: Geoff Pierson
- Action Dad: He was still in the Army when he had children.
- Alcoholic Parent: Implied. He was seen with a flask when he and Kate were having dinner and apparently his doctor informed to give it up.
- Bald of Awesome: He's bald, a former colonel, and a pretty Cool Old Guy.
- Dark and Troubled Past: His family was captured and ended with his wife and one of his daughters being murdered by them.
- Good Parents: He always supports and encourages Kate in either her choice to be "Batwoman" or finding a nice girl.
- Nice Guy: He's a very sweet man.
- Open-Minded Parent: He thinks nothing of Kate being a lesbian, even encouraging her to find a girlfriend.
- Outliving One's Offspring: While Kate is still alive, his other daughter was murdered as a child.
- Papa Wolf: Colonel Kane shot the men who were about to kill Kate.
- So Proud of You: Constantly states how proud he is of his daughter and that her mother and sister would feel the same way.
- Voiced By: Vanessa Marshall
- Voiced By: Greg Grunberg
- Canon Foreigner: There never was anyone named Steel Maxum in the comics. Especially anyone that used to be Dr. Fate.
- Chippendales Dancers: His main profession, though he uses an Egyptian motif in his performance.
- Dating Catwoman: He seem to have a thing for Silver Banshee while he was Dr. Fate, and she seemingly returned the sentiment.
- Legacy Character: He once served as Dr. Fate, being chosen by Nabu himself. He lost the position after Scandal and Knockout stole the Card from him.
- Mr. Fanservice: Due to being a male stripper, most of his scenes have him shirtless all the time.
- Naked People Are Funny: Task Force X kicks him out of their bus after they have no use for him, leaving him naked on the road. He is later stopped and arrested by cops who poke fun at his nudity.
- Uncertain Doom: He is last seen being approached by Professor Zoom and his minions. Though its unknown what ultimately happened to Steel, its unlikely he came out of it alive knowing Zoom.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Why does a character like him who didn't even originate from the comics have a folder all for himself? Besides the fact he was a former Dr. Fate before, he used to keep the MacGuffin in Hell to Pay which every bad guy was after.
- Walking Spoiler: He was Dr. Fate once.