Punch Clock Villain: The whole point of the organisation; though a lot of them are indeed sociopathic.
Pragmatic Villainy: The reason behind the Company's existence; as explained in the series, it has been created after heroes and villains alike realized how dangerous for the supers' population it was to slaughter each others without any rules. Villains agreed it was more profitable to them to play as villains for money in exchange of letting the good guys always win.
Badass Normal: Deconstructed. Even though he is more than able to make up for his lack of power by his intelligence, he doesn't take well to be a muggle in a business where almost everyone has powers. As a result, reminding him he doesn't have one often serves as his Berserk Button.
Bad Boss: he is quite abusive to everyone in his company, willing to force them to work longer, insult them and sometimes threaten them with weapons. Caleb actually hates him for this reason. Still, he is rather moderate compared to other bad bosses in this serie.
Berserk Button: Aside from the problem mentionned above, Caleb has an incredible gift to make him lose his cool.
Workaholic: Much in contrast with Caleb's lazy tendencies, Hippolyte loves his job, going back to work after almost losing his job is one of the few things that can actually make him cheerful and happy.
Affably Evil: He has nothing against heroes, and whenever he is seen meeting some of them, he is quite affable. He is even shown talking with Captain America like if they were buddies in one episode.
Brilliant, but Lazy: Whenever he is taking himself seriously, he is actually quite competent and can come up with actually good inventions. Sadly, he is incredibly lazy, resulting in him mostly passing his time drinking coffee or causing explosions.
Belligerent Sexual Tension: Damien once invoked this trope by strongly hinting there was one between her and Caleb. While the animosity between the two has often been used as a running gag, it has never been confirmed there was anything beside dislike between them (though you got to wonder how she is able to say the size of his penis in "Once Again With Evil"). In season 4, she describes their relationship as a "Hate-Hate relationship" to alternate Caleb.
It's revealed in season 4 finale that she has a crush on the alternate version of Caleb, though she cannot spit it out.
Book Dumb: She is not completely dumb, but she still lacks any understanding of maths and complex schemes.
Celibate Villain: She appears to be extremely disgusted at the idea of getting a boyfriend, and rejected Truicidator when he attempted avances on her.
Jerk With A Heart Of Jerk: She acts as Shipper on Deck to Alternate Hippolyte in his attempt to seduce mainstream Carla, but she is fully aware he doesn't stand a chance, and only does it because she finds it hilarious to see him being rejected.
Grand Theft Me: Attempts this on Carla but is stopped. Succeeds it on Gladys in the season 4 finale.
Killed Off for Real: Played with: His body is destroyed in season 4, but both his personnalities are separated and survived... Only for Dr Parker to be accidentally killed again by Hippolyte, while his Damian personna Came Back Wrong before being killed too in the finale.
Manipulative Bastard: the Damian personna in the season 4 finale; he successively took advantage on Nadege's trauma to use her as a temporary slave to bring him Gladys' body, and then uses his mental powers to "convince" Cindy and Alternate Hippolyte to fight by his side, taking advantage on their feelings for Alternate Caleb and Carla, respectively.
Mix-and-Match Man: Played for laugh. He is made of multiple persons' parts put together.
A company who deals with fashion design for Super-heroes. They served as the main villain for season 2 by pulling out a plan to take over the Flanders Company so they could sell their products to super-villains as well, firing Trueman in the process. They then proceeded to get rid of all members one after the others so they could get complete control over the company. Though they succeeded, Trueman and his ex-employees eventually took the company back. The CC then attempted to pull out a new plan at the beginning of season 3, but, before they could do it, their installations and most of them were decimated by Aegis, who were after the Flander's and didn't knew they had lost control. The few remaining members eventually joined force with Trueman to fight Aegis.Tropes Applying to the whole group:
The Chessmaster: They put a scheme in place from season 1 to 2 in order to take over the Flander's Company.
Enemy Mine: They team up with the Flander's Company in season 3 against Aegis.
Bad Ass: the first character to be confronted with Damien and not only survive, but counter his powers. Even more impressive, she actually almost defeated the whole Flander's Company of her own in the season 2 finale.
Batman Gambit: relies on this to push the remaining members faithful to Trueman to demission after taking over the Flanders so she won't have to waste money by merely firing them.
The Dragon: Technically, she was this to Jocelyn and Chantal, but...
Dragon-in-Chief: She was pretty much the most active when it came to lead the CC. Even lampshaded when the Flander's Company is taken over, as she mentions she will be leading while Jocelyn will only sexually harass his secretary and go to parties.
Roaring Rampage of Revenge: She makes one in season 4 against Trueman after learning his Company is fragilised. It fails thanks to Über-Caleb's intervention.
Surrounded by Idiots: After Jocelyn's and Chantal's death, she and Nadege are the only intelligent persons in their group; all the others are a bunch of morons who hardly realize they are supposed to fight (if they are able to fight at all, like Deborah, who spent more time whining than anything during fights).
Put on a Bus: She disappears after Melo sent her in a black hole at the end of season 3
The Bus Came Back: but she is brought back in season 4 thanks to the opening caused by the two universes' interactions.
Stone Wall: In season 2; her power made her litterally indestructible as long as it was active, even immuning her to Damian's telepathy, but since she had no offensive power otherwise, she was unable to fight back. She corrects this in season 3 by using guns.
What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: Played with. His main power (using his absurd dance to hypnotize people into dancing with him) sure isn't powerful, but it did allow him to give Hippolyte an hard time in the season 2 finale. Against Aegis, he didn't use any of his powers.
A team of Knight TemplarHero Antagonists introduced in season 3 as the new major antagonist. When first introduced, they savagely destroy the C.C. Corporation's installations for unknown reasons. Later, they starts attacking and decimating super-villains everywhere, and it's revealed they are looking for the Flander's Company.It's eventually revealed they are formerly a small group of weak superheroes who after helping Dr Jean-Luc Shredder to escape the Flander's Company ended up with one of their members grievely injured, forcing Dr Shredder to use the others as cobaye to try to find a way to cure them... using the Damian Project formula. Predictably, this ended up turning them into incredibly powerful super-powered psychopath who want to destroy the Flander's Company and end the current system, which they believe is untolerable. They are eventually defeated through an alliance of the Flander's and the remains of the C.C. Corporation.Tropes applying to the whole group:
Kick the Son of a Bitch: They killed Chantal Connasse. No one will blame them for this.s just a corrupted group trying to take over the Company and had no known body count. Aegis attempted to destroy supervillains as a whole, and succeeded in killing 75 of them.
Covert Pervert: he appears as the most serious, straight member of the team and displays no emotion, but Pyro once mentionned that the only thing that made her clothes interesting to him was when he stripped her of them.
Heroic BSOD: According to Professor Shredder, he went through one when Silver got injured in their backstory.
Knight Templar: Taken to the extreme in season 3 finale, where, realizing the system he is trying to stop is required for Earth to stay, he attempts to destroy Earth.
Axe Crazy: She seems to be the one whose personnality was alternated the most by the formula, resulting in her laughing insanely when figthing, shooting almost everything in sight and taking a sadistic pleasure to kill villains. She even appeared disappointed when Kevin agreed to talk without being tortured first.
Good Counterpart: To the mainstream Flanders' Company, litterally. Though arguable (see the above).
Good Is Not Nice: It's strongly implied this version of the Flander's Company, despite being heroes, is quite sinister behind the scene. Plus, George Trueman is a businessman and only offers his service to those who can actually pay, which doesn't include Africa.
Heroes R Us: deconstructed; while the superheroes created by this Flander's do protect people, the commercial nature of the company allows them to help only those who can pay the price. Even worst, they are injected with Mind Control nanites to ensure they obey orders and send them to actually violent missions.
Abusive Parent: Invoked by Alternate Armand when he outright tells his daughter that his business has more value in his eyes than her virginity. But he is truly confirmed as one when we learn he injected her Mind Control nanites to turn her into a killer without her knowing.
Bad Boss: Threatened Gauthier and Caleb to throw them in an acid pool when they pissed him off.
Big Bad Ensemble: Is revealed in the finale to be part of it, sharing the role with Damian and the Chorist.
Screaming Warrior: Comically deconstructed; his habit to scream when attacking has caused him to frequently lose his voice.
Sociopathic Hero: toned down; he is far saner than anyone in the original Flanders universe, but he still displays shades of it; when temporarly working with Cindy as a villain, and learning the rules villains go by in this universe, he suggests that, since they can't kill Mary-Jane Watson according to the contract, they might just break her a bone or two to make it look more realistic. This cause Cindy to express disbelief about Caleb being a hero despite such a mentality.
An army of female zombie girls from an Alternate Universe where they have almost eradicated humanity. Following the temporal paradox caused by the interactions between the two versions of the Flander's Company, several breaches open between the worlds, allowing them to reach the two worlds and attack it from everywhere. As a result, they serves as the main villains for most of the season Until the final at least.Trope applying to all of them
Zerg Rush: They are relatively easy to kill if you consider most characters in the cast have superpowers, but they are so numerous that they can quickly overpower and exhaust their enemies. By the end of season 4, most of the protagonists can hardly keep the count.