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Angela Petrelli (Cristine Rose)
- Ability: Precognitive Dreaming
- Anti-Hero: See Nominal Hero
- Batman Gambit
- Big Good: In Volume 3. And in Heroes Reborn.
- The Cassandra: Averted. Her visions and dreams are considered serious and valuable insights, although she has been wrong on occasion.
- Consummate Liar: She managed to keep such major secrets such as superpowers, ancient conspiracies, unknown family members, and multiple homicides from her sons for years even after one of them acquired powers like mind reading. She also totally crushes Danko when he questions her trying to get dirt on her other son / his boss.
- Cryptic Conversation: Whatever "Pandora's Box" was.
- Dreaming of Things to Come: Angela has the ability to see the future while dreaming. She also seems able to appear in other people's dreams, as she used this aspect of her power to wake Sylar and get him save Peter, even while she was trapped in her own mind.
- Evil Matriarch: All her actions have shady motivations and she's not above using her children if the end justified the means (even considering killing one son at one point).
- In light of the events of V3, however, it's difficult to figure out if Angela was always such a Cold Hard Bitch, or became one after she found out that her husband had been mind-controlling her for years, mind-raping her into going along with the aforementioned (narrowly averted) Offing the Offspring.
- Evil Old Folks: Sometimes.
- Heel–Face Revolving Door
- Humiliation Conga: The start of Volume Two, where she's apparently hit financial tough times after her plan to destroy New York went bust. She got better after assuming control of The Company after Bob's untimely Sylarfication, though.
- I Did What I Had to Do
- Kick the Dog: Many, many times.
- Knight Templar: She justifies all kinds of evilness by saying that its for the greater good or to save the world.
- Love Makes You Evil
- Luke, I Am Your Father: She revealed herself to be Sylar's mother, but was lying.
- Mama Bear: She poisons her husband to stop him from killing Nathan. But also subverted in Volume 2 when Peter is being manipulated by Adam, she tells Matt to put a bullet in Peter's brain if he has to.
- Manipulative Bastard: Sylar all but tells her that he is in awe of her level of manipulation and lying and even he would love to aspire to that level of evil.
- Meaningful Name: Mama Petrelli shares her first name with the actress who plays Raymond Shaw's mother in The Manchurian Candidate. You know, the mother who is willing to sacrifice her son and let him become a killer in order to get another male relative elected president, so that through him she and her shadowy syndicate can take over the U.S. government under the pretext of hunting down undesirables, even though she and her friends are in fact members of said undesirable groups themselves. Sound familiar?
- Nominal Hero: Angela cares about protecting herself and her erratically heroic sons more than anything else. For anything short of saving the world, getting her help will likely involve more evil than you're trying to stop.
- Parental Substitute: She keeps trying to adopt Sylar, with mixed results.
- Power Hair: She has this to go along with her painfully perfect cutthroat high society aide. It really shouldn't come as a surprise when it turns out she's the Evil Matriarch and in league with Linderman to destroy New York.
- In later seasons the actress's hair got longer, and she started arranging it in a very tight updo which creates an even more power-y effect. The comparison became obvious in a flashback to pre-season 1 before Arthur's apparent death.
- Stepford Smiler
Mr. Daniel Linderman (Malcolm McDowell)
- Ability: Healing
- Anti-Villain: It's hinted by Volume 3 that he was this, given what he was like in the War Buddies chapter, as well as his implied guilt about causing the Petrelli's accident and attempting to make amends by healing Heidi.
- Affably Evil: He is played by Malcolm McDowell, after all. Linderman acts more like a kindly grandfather then a mob boss. Hell, the first thing he does when he is confronted in Vegas was offer the person accosting him a pot pie.
- Beard of Evil
- Big Bad Ensemble: Split between him and Sylar in Volume One.
- Big Eater: He's a man of incredible means but seems to enjoy cooking most, believing that people are at their happiest when eating.
- The Chessmaster: Linderman seems to have his hooks in everything, especially DL and Niki. His apparent omniscience is helped along by being a collector of art... particularly art made by Isaac who paints the future.
- Cool Old Guy
- Dark Messiah: A self-proclaimed "humanitarian", his stated goal in life is to "heal the world"...which he plans to start by blowing up most of New York. He also comes with a set of Healing Hands that can make the blind see and the lame walk, just in case you missed it otherwise.
- Even Evil Has Standards:
- Linderman gets sick of having to watch Arthur routinely brainwash Angela.
- He was also horrified that Arthur was planning on murdering Nathan to begin with, appalled that anyone could be so heartless about their own children.
- Evil Brit: Kind of. Linderman was portrayed by Scottish actor Malcolm McDowell, but the character's last name as well as his reference to concentration camps in Volume 4's flashback implies that he hailed from Germany or at least was descended from Jewish Germans.
- Evil Old Folks
- Friend to All Children: He takes a real liking to Micah and helps him use his gifts for what he believes to be the greater good.
- Freudian Excuse: Malcolm McDowell implies that Lindermann's motivations stemmed from a bad childhood in an interview. Given what was shown in Volume 4, its likely that his "bad childhood" was being placed in Warehouse 8 (the former Warehouse 8 from the 1950s), and given his reaction and deduction about what the camp actually was, its also likely that he may have spent some time in a Concentration Camp, or at least was descended from people who were put in the Concentration Camps.
- Good Powers, Bad People: He has the power to heal, but his goal is to blow up New York. He usually uses his power to manipulate or control people by giving, withholding or revoking healing.
- Healing Hands: He has the ability to heal the injuries and illnesses of living organisms; this includes healing the "scars" created by mental manipulation, thereby allowing him to restore lost memories and remove implanted thoughts.
- Large Ham
- Loan Shark: Niki Sanders borrows money from him, who sends thugs after her to retrieve it. In a twist, Linderman actually doesn't care much about the money. He's much more interested in having Niki's... interesting family under his influence.
- Manipulative Bastard
- Save The Enemy: Subverted, he intended to heal a Vietnamese girl who could manipulate plants after Arthur Petrelli shot her, but Arthur stopped him before he could.
- Visionary Villain: He plan to "heal the world" begins with the destruction of New York City.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He believe that killing 0.07% of the world's population to end violence and war is an "acceptable loss by anyone's count".
- You Said You Would Let Them Go: Subverted: When DL Hawkins gives Lindermann's Amoral Attorney Lindermann's fees, the Amoral Attorney implies that Linderman was backing out on the deal. However, the next episode has Jessica killing the Amoral Attorney for stealing the funds to buy diamonds for himself, implying that Linderman actually intended to keep his word.
Arthur PetrelliOne of the twelve founding members of the Company, Angela's estranged husband, and father to Peter, Nathan, and NOT Sylar. Believed to have committed suicide prior to Volume One, Arthur reemerged in Volume Three as the head of Pinehearst, an organization acting in opposition to the Company, seeking the secret to creating artificial superhumans... a secret which the show's clairvoyants all agree will lead to horrible disaster.
- All Your Powers Combined/Combo Platter Powers/Power Parasite: Much like Rogue of the X-Men, he can steal powers with a touch. Unlike Rogue, his thefts are always permanent. He uses this ability to steal Adam's power, as well as all of Peter's accumulated powers up to that point, giving him: Dreaming of Things to Come, Flight, From a Single Cell, Intangible Man, Invisibility, Mind over Matter, Playing with Fire, Shock and Awe, Super Strength, Teleporters and Transporters, Time Master and Walking Wasteland.
- He also had Telepathy dating back to before his first appearance. It is unclear if this is his own naturally occurring power or if he stole it from someone else, though a likely victim was Charles Deveaux. He is shown to be able to use it to activate a Compelling Voice, create Laser-Guided Amnesia, and administer a Poke in the Third Eye.
- Amoral Attorney: For Linderman, before the events of Volume One.
- Big Bad: Of Volume Three.
- Deadpan Snarker
- Dirty Coward: After he realises his powers don't work against Peter, he proceeds to start begging him into not killing him.
- The Dreaded: The otherwise unflappable Adam Monroe has a full-blown panic attack when he sees that Arthur is alive. Unfortunately most of his scenes after that (besides stealing Peter and Hiro's powers) make one wonder why anyone was ever scared of him.
- Evil Old Folks
- Evil Overlord: Fits pretty much every item on the checklist.
- Eviler Than Thou: In the two episodes following his introduction, he sucked the life out of Adam Monroe, killed Maury Parkman with a gesture, and overpowered Sylar without breaking a sweat. He's defeated more villains than any of the actual good guys!
- And as of Our Father, he got his own Eviler-ing at the hands of Sylar.
- Evilutionary Biologist: He's not a biologist, but this is his motivation.
- Faking the Dead: Arthur was reported to have committed suicide in April 2006 after a long battle with depression although in truth his wife Angela poisoned him. He survived, albeit completely paralyzed and faked his own death.
- Faux Affably Evil: He's polite and charming but he's an utterly ruthless, cold-hearted monster beneath it.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: His plan might have succeeded had he not made the mistake of pissing off Sylar.
- Invincible Villain: After stealing Peter's powers.
- It's All About Me: Everyone is expendable to Arthur if it can help him in his goals.
- Jerkass: He was already a complete dick long before becoming a villain.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: NOT Sylar.
- Manipulative Bastard: The best case being trying to manipulate Sylar into believing he was the lost Petrelli son, which ended in Arthur's death.
- Offing the Offspring: He doesn't hesitate to try and kill Peter and Nathan at the first sign of trouble.
- Orcus on His Throne: When he bothered to act, he accomplished his goal immediately. But he didn't do it very often, instead deligating most tasks to an increasingly incompetent series of superpowered minions.
- Physical God: Thanks to effective power stealing, including Peter's copying power, Arthur can basically do anything at this point. Go read the list of Physical God traits. He has most of them.
- Pretty Little Headshots: Dies via a neat bullet to his head by Peter and Sylar. (Peter may have fired the gun, but Sylar dealt the killing blow.)
- Screw Destiny: He knows that all of the show's precogs and time travelers are predicting that his plan will end in an Earth-Shattering Kaboom, but he believes he can avert it. Which is not entirely unreasonable for a Time Master.
- Smug Snake: The man redefines smugness. Sadly he pissed off Sylar who redefines the term .
- The Sociopath
- The Stoic: No evil laughter for this one, folks.
- Too Powerful to Live: With all of Peter's former powers, most notably Hiro's ability, he pretty much had to die for the show to continue.
- Superpower Lottery: Like Sylar, but he doesn't have to kill people. And now he has all of Peter's powers too... and unlike Pete, he seems to have perfect control over all of them.
- Tempting Fate: He tells Peter he doesn't have the guts to shoot him. Needless to say, he was wrong.
- Villainous Breakdown: When he realizes that his powers no longer work and Peter doesn't share Nathan's loyalty, he looks visibly panicked and tries to taunt and guilt Peter into not killing him.
- Visionary Villain
- We Can Rule Together: To Peter and Nathan. Peter doesn't fall for it. Nathan, on the other hand...
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He believes that he can use the Super Serum to grant good powers to the best people and thus make the world a better place. Unfortunately, in the Heroes 'verse, Never Be a Hero is the order of the day.
- Also, it is hinted that, had Arthur succeeded with his plans, it would have resulted in someone blowing up the planet (its unknown who, although Volume 5 heavily implies that it is Samuel Sullivan, whose power exponentially grows based on how many super powered people he is around).
- Why Couldn't You Be Different?: Treats Peter like this long before he shows up as a villain.
Robert "Bob" Bishop
Bob Bishop (Stephen Toblowsky)
- Ability: Alchemy
- Abusive Parents: To Elle.
- Alchemy: He has the power to turn anything into gold.
- Affably Evil
- Black and Gray Morality: He seems to operate on this principal, going from a affable morally gray anti-hero to a outright villain, sometimes in the same episode.
- Boring, but Practical: Both his power and the man himself. Unlike his Magnificent Bastard predecessor, Bob's sole motivation seemed to be to just keep the Company running smoothly and doing what it was created to do, instead of using it for his own utopian schemes.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: A case of Real Life Writes the Plot: Stephen Toblowsky was injured in an accident and had to wear a neck brace, making it impractical for him to keep appearing.
- Evil Counterpart: To Noah, just as Elle is Claire's Evil Counterpart.
- First-Name Basis: He insists that everyone call him Bob.
- Hollywood Nerd
- Jerkass: Mostly to Elle. He's pretty affable with everyone else.
- Manipulative Bastard
- The Sociopath: Possibly. He completely disregards dead agents, subjected his own daughter to torture to figure out the limits of her powers, erased her mind of some of the worst of those events, turned a man into gold, etc. all without a hint of regret.
- The Password Is Always "Swordfish": He uses "Midas" as his password.
- Pet the Dog: His actions towards Monica Dawson.
- Ability: Telepathy
- Cool Old Guy
- Killed Off for Real
- Magical Negro: His character basically exists to give Peter sage advice...even from beyond the grave.
- Posthumous Character: He appears to Peter in a dream after succumbing to his cancer and later shows up in flashbacks in Volume Four.
- Psychic Powers:
- Retired Badass
- The Reveal: His power. For years, before it was revealed to be Telepathy, a lot of people thought it was likely Dreaming of Things to Come, since this was one of the first powers that Peter shown possessing and was shown talking to Peter in a dream.
- Screw Destiny: The other founders believe that the destruction of New York is inevitable, but he thinks Peter can avert it through The Power of Love.
- Token Good Teammate: Out of all the founders that were seen, he was the most morally pure.
Kaito Nakamura (George Takei)
- Ability: Variable Prediction
"We have the power of gods. That does not mean we can play God."Hiro Nakamura's father, CEO of Yamagoto Industries, and one of the twelve founders of the Company. He was killed by Adam Monroe at the beginning of Volume Two.
- The Atoner
- Awesomeness by Analysis: A deleted scene shows that this is his power.
- Badass in a Nice Suit
- Corrupt Corporate Executive
- Face Death with Dignity: He refuses to let Hiro save him and instead meets Adam with fists raised.
- Killed Off for Real
- Mundane Utility: In the aforementioned deleted scene, he mentions that he made his money by playing the stock market with his power.
- Old Master
- Posthumous Character: Thanks to the magic of Time Travel, flashbacks, and video wills, he's made more appearances after his death than he did before.
- Retired Badass
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: To both of his children. He withholds his approval from Hiro because he sees him as weak and from Kimiko because she's a woman. He finally does give Hiro his approval, and then is killed either shortly before or shortly thereafter, depending on how you look at it.
- With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: He does his best to drill this into his son's head, so he won't become like some of his old friends.
- Ability: Telepathy
- Archnemesis Dad: He served as a secondary antagonist in Volume Two to Matt.
- Con Man: Apparently, he was one before joining the Company.
- Disappeared Dad: He walked out on his family some time in The '70s and never looked back.
- The Dragon: Briefly to Arthur Petrelli, until Arthur kills him.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He was a terrible father, but he only worked for Arthur Petrelli on the condition that his son would be protected, and his objection to Arthur reneging on that promise is what gets him killed.
- Evil Counterpart: To Matt.
- Evil Old Folks
- Hoist by His Own Petard: In Volume Two, Matt traps him in the nightmare he conjured up to hold Molly.
- In-Series Nickname: The Nightmare Man.
- Killed Off for Real: When Arthur explains that Daphne will have to kill Matt, Maury is shocked. He reminds Arthur of their arrangement, which was Maury's service for Matt's safety. Arthur then breaks Maury's neck telekinetically, killing him, and then dryly thanking him for his years of service.
- Manipulative Bastard
- Neck Snap: His cause of death.
- Psychic Powers: Like his son, Maury is a telepath; however, his powers are much more developed than Matt's. Instead of just reading surface thoughts, he can read people's memories and manipulate their perceptions of reality, allowing him to trap people in nightmares based on their deepest fears and insecurities.
- Lotus-Eater Machine: He was able to trap people in nightmarish visions that drew off the victim's own thoughts and memories.
- Master of Illusion: He could project visions at a more subtle level as well, to the point of convincing a target they were having a conversation with a mental image of an individual though he was unable to fool their sense of touch.
- Telepathy: His base power.
- Red Baron: He was known to be called the Nightmare Man, as coined by Molly.
Evolved Human Agents
The Haitian / Rene
The Haitian (Jimmy Jean-Louis)
- Ability: Mental Manipulation
- Affably Evil: As nice and good as a man who mind rapes people can be.
- Bald of Awesome
- Black Best Friend: To Noah.
- Cain and Abel: The Abel to Baron Samadi's Cain.
- Empty Shell: The graphic novels show that as a child, in a moment of terror, he accidentally reduced his entire village to soulless, empty husks.
- Enigmatic Minion: To Angela Petrelli.
- Back for the Dead: In Heroes Reborn he dies from an accidental gunshot wound to the heart in a fight with Noah. Especially since apparently he asks Rene to wipe his memories and kill him because of an upcoming tragedy. Noah deeply regrets this and it furthers his resolve to find the truth behind the Odessa bombing. When Noah changes the timeline, he's alive and well, working with Micah's Hero Truther movement. Too bad Matt clips him in the ear, but he survives.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: He has the ability to selectively erase the memories of anyone he wishes. He can erase memories of short periods, as demonstrated on Matt Parkman in "Collision", or erase a person's memory so thoroughly that they cannot remember their own name.
- No Name Given: It's not until Volume Five that he we learn that his name is Rene.
- Power Nullifier: The Haitian has a constantly-active ability to dampen or completely negate the powers of anyone within a certain distance of himself, akin to telepathic static. This ability deactivates if the Haitian is unconscious or if he selects specific individuals to allow the use of their abilities in his presence. His ability is not insurmountable; various characters have overcome it with great effort and the Haitian can exhaust himself from concentrating to suppress unusually strong abilities.
- Scary Black Man: May be a subversion given that he is actually a fairly decent guy... it's just that he has the bad tendency of taking orders from all the wrong people. Though as all of them have been white and he's been shown as being a good man when NOT following orders from them.
- Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: He often disobeys his current superior to do whatever he thinks is right. His bosses usually just ignore it because he is so useful most of the time.
- Token Religious Teammate: He expresses a belief in God—specifically, a belief that superpowers are a gift from God, and should be respected.
- Super Power Lottery: Not the most useful power for everyday life, but definitely the most useful for dealing with other superpowered people.
- The Voiceless: Subverted: he was only pretending to be mute...
- The Quiet One: ...but he still doesn't speak a whole lot.
- Wild Card: Especially in Volume 3. With the power to block other people's powers, he is necessary to stop and kill Arthur Petrelli.
Elle Bishop (Kristen Bell)
- Ability: Electric Manipulation
- Anti-Hero: In season 3, she teams up with Sylar during one of his brushes of working against the villains, becoming a Nominal Hero who primarily cares about Sylar.
- Anti-Villain: Type II
- Axe-Crazy: Brutal experimentation have left Elle mentally unstable and homicidal.
- Beast and Beauty: The Beauty to Sylar's Beast. But also shows sides of Beast to Claire's Beauty.
- Big Damn Villains
- Break the Cutie: The reason Elle is a sociopath is because her father decided to take his little girl and see just how much torture it would take to break her.
- Broken Bird: Especially her monologue in 2x08.
- Cute and Psycho: A cute, childish, and sociopathic woman who delights in killing, hurting, and controlling people.
- Daddy's Little Villain
- Dark and Troubled Past: When she first arrived at the company, Elle was just a normal girl; but then they started testing on her, that the human brain cannot handle the amounts of electricity they gave her. Elle says that her father would never allow such a thing, but Noah says that he was leading the charge.
- Electra Complex: She does it all for daddy.
- Electric Torture: Elle does this to pretty much everyone she meets, even those she likes, particularly Sandra Bennett and then Sylar - though, he literally asked for it.
- Noah turns the tables on her in season 2, when he straps her into a chair with her feet in a doggie bath, so that anytime she tries to shock him, she ends up zapping herself instead.Noah: Stings like a bitch, doesn't it?
- Noah turns the tables on her in season 2, when he straps her into a chair with her feet in a doggie bath, so that anytime she tries to shock him, she ends up zapping herself instead.
- Elemental Powers
- Even Evil Has Standards: Elle is disgusted that the Company pushed Gabriel to kill again.
- Evil Counterpart: To Claire. Elle was originally meant to be Meredith Gordon's daughter, and thus Claire's sister.
- Freudian Excuse: Most, if not all of her sociopathic tendencies were the result of her father subjecting her to very painful experiments while she was very young.
- Honey Trap: Ordered under Company orders to get close to Gabriel/Sylar and find out about his powers. She ends up developing feelings for him, but when he discovered that she had been lying to him about abilities, he rejected her. Sylar was definitely not happy to see her show up in Mohinder's lab and stopping him from killing Mohinder.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Elle is 5'1" and Sylar is 6'2".
- Love Martyr: With Gabriel/Sylar ...and then he killed her.
- Nepotism: In early Volume 3, her father is killed by Sylar, and Angela takes over the Company in the wake of it. Angela's first official act as the new head of the Company is to fire Elle, telling her point-blank that it was only due to Bob's influence that they kept Elle as an agent for so long anyway.
- Nominal Hero: In Season 3. See her Anti-Hero entry.
- Perky Female Minion
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: She's only about five feet tall.
- Psycho Electro: Once she started indulging in electric sadomasochism with imprisoned pretty-boy Peter, it was clear she wasn't exactly right in the head. It's implied to be the result of years of being a test subject who's been denied a normal childhood.
- Psycho for Hire
- Psychopathic Womanchild: "He's not a toy, Elle."
- Shock and Awe: Elle had the ability to generate electricity. She seemed to have excellent control over her ability, allowing her to generate electric arcs of varying intensity and target them precisely.
- The Sociopath: Elle says she has been diagnosed as a sociopath, and Peter aptly describes her as a Sadist.
- Stupid Evil: ''I'm bored... I know, let's kill a rental car guy!''
- Sweet Tooth: She has a fondness for Slushos and pie and the comics depict her as being a lover of junk food.
- Tykebomb: Raised/tortured/experimented on by the Company from an early age
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: A rare female version.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds
Eden Mc Cain
Eden McCain (Nora Zehetner)
- Ability: Persuasion
- Abusive Parents
- Better to Die than Be Killed: In order to prevent Sylar from stealing her power, she decides to commit suicide and destroy her brain.
- Compelling Voice: Eden had the special ability of vocal persuasion.
- Heroic Suicide: She fires a bullet into her brain and kills herself rather than to let Sylar get a hold of her ability.
- Jedi Mind Trick: Although it takes her a couple of tries, she even manages to us it on Sylar.
- The Mole: Hired from the Company to spy Chandra Suresh and, after, Mohinder earning his trust.
- Temporary Love Interest: To Mohinder.
Candice Willmer (Missy Peregrym, Rachel Kimsey)
- Ability: Create Illusions
- Big Eater: Minor hints to her true appearance were given by her eating habits.
- The Dark Chick: In the Company.
- Deadpan Snarker
- Dropped a Bridge on Her: Killed by Sylar in early Season 2, due to the change in actresses. If the actress had not changed, she would have been involved in a multi-episode arc with Sylar.
- Faux Affably Evil: She may seem chipper and nice, but like everything else about her, it's an illusion.
- Freudian Excuse: The abuse she suffered in her childhood by her classmates due to being fat.
- Holographic Disguise: Her actual form is a fake. After Sylar kills her, Candice reverts back to her original form as Betty, an obese brunette.
- I Have Many Names: Has several aliases, which her illusions make easy to create.
- Manipulative Bitch
- Master of Illusion: She was able to alter how people perceived reality around her. She could use this to "become" other people or even things and affect how others saw the world.
- Mind Rape: What she did to her classmates who bullied her, creating illusions that tricked them into thinking they were on fire, being attacked by monsters, etc. Threatens to do this to Micah.
- Only One Name: Her given name is Betty; her original surname has not been revealed.
- Too Dumb to Live: Really she thought that was a good idea to save a serial-killer that kill evolved human like her?
- Ability: Telescopic Vision
- Action Girl
- Agony of the Feet: Both are impaled to a bridge wired with explosives.
- Conspiracy Redemption
- Damsel in Distress: She is captured by Evs Dropper and nailed to a bridge with a bomb strapped to it. Thompson Jr. tries to save her, but fails.
- Famous Last Words: "I love you, too."
- Innate Night Vision
- Internal Affairs: Her first job at the Company is this, and she notes that it makes a lot of her coworkers nervous when she is around.
- The Mole: Very briefly for Evs Dropper.
- Shoot the Shaggy Dog
- Star-Crossed Lovers: With Thompson Jr.
- Super Senses
- Unwitting Pawn: To pretty much everyone.
- You Can't Fight Fate
- Ability: Face Alteration
- Big Bad Duumvirate: As Evs Dropper with a Julien clone.
- Big "NO!": When Penny is killed.
- Femme Fatale
- Killed Off for Real: Shot by the Kill Squad.
- Obfuscating Stupidity
- Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: "Kill. THEM. NOW." She tells this to her clone army after Penny is killed by the Kill Squad.
- She Who Fights Monsters: She uses the same manipulative tactics and has just the same disregard for others lives as the leaders of The Company.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist
- What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: She can change other peoples faces for twenty-four hours.
- Ability: Cloning
Bianca Karina (Nancy McCrumb)
- Ability: Adaptive Lungs
- Action Girl
- Battle Couple: With Gael.
- Canon Immigrant: Appears very briefly in "The Butterfly Effect".
- Daddy's Girl: She was very close to her father when growing up, and was easily recruited into the Company when she met Gael Cruz and noted how similar he was in personality to her father. Then she and Gael got engaged.
- Killed Off for Real: Alongside Gael when attempting to stop Sylar.
- Neck Snap
- Only Sane Woman: One of the few Company agents not to go crazy with paranoia when Evs Dropper starts turning agents against each other.
- Ability: Disintegration Touch
- Ability: Acid Secretion
- Frame-Up: Evs Dropper makes him look like he is behind the murder of five human agents, causing Gael, Thompson Jr., and Devin to hunt him down. Thompson wants to capture him, but Devin shoots him when he thinks Cushing is about to kill Thompson.
- I Work Alone: The Company had trouble finding a partner to work with him since he would drop off the grid for months at a time and disliked working with others. This led to his initial assignment with Company being solo work in Las Vegas, shadowing persons of interest. However, he and Thompson Jr. got along well and were eventually teamed up.
- Missing Mom: His Primatech file mentions that he was raised by his father and did not have a stable home life, with no mention of who his mom was or what happened to her.
- Red Shirt: Appears in one issue of the online comics before being killed. He is subsequently mentioned in two more issues and his background is expanded upon in his Primatech file.
Eric Thompson, Sr.
Eric Thompson, Sr.A high ranking Company operative and trainer, Thompson brought Noah into the Company and raised his son to be an agent. He served directly under Linderman and was involved in the plot to destroy New York City.
- Affably Evil: He is usually pretty cheerful and friendly, and is notably not completely without mercy.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: Like most Company agents, Thompson wore a suit and is a very skilled operative.
- Boom, Headshot: Courtesy of Noah.
- The Dragon: To Linderman.
- Famous Last Words: "What am I thinking now, Parkman?"
- Pet the Dog: Letting Meredith escape after learning that she thought the Company had killed her daughter.
Ivan SpektorA high-ranking Company agent and trainer who retired to Ukraine.
Lauren Gilmore (Elisabeth Rohm)A agent stationed in Odessa with Noah, Lauren was partnered with John Mulligan and was friends with Noah Bennet. After the collapse of the Company, Lauren joined the C.I.A. and was reunited with Noah in Washington D.C., where she works with him to investigate the Sullivan Brothers Carnival.
- Action Girl
- Badass Normal
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: When still working for the Company, Lauren had The Haitian erase her memories involving her attraction and flirtation with Noah since she did not want to be the cause of him cheating on his wife.
- Remember the New Guy: She was a Company Agent who worked with Noah and they were at the Burnt Toast Diner the day of Charlie's death.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: She looks a lot like Tracy and resumes working with Noah after Tracy with him. It's suspected that her story arc with Noah was originally intended for Tracy.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: So far no mention of her has been made in Heroes: Reborn, despite her and Noah having been in a relationship at the end of Volume Four.
Gael Cruz (Kanin Howell)
Eric Thompson, Jr.
Eric Thompson, Jr.
Devin PattersonThe partner of Bianca and a friend of Thompson.
- Killed Off for Real: The German kills him by redirecting dozens of bullets into him.