A descendant of both Lutecia and Tia, Andy is the owner of Luti's tea shop. She inherited her purple hair and eyes from Luti, while getting abilities as a Transform Weapon from Tia. While she's not so effective as a superhero, she simply cannot see evil done and not do something about it.
Healing Factor: She can slowly regenerate and cure herself of poisons and diseases.
A car mechanic who lost both his legs and his mother to a drug running gang as a child, Jacob returned to Radio City for his adoptive parents funeral, upon which he set up both a car repair garage, and his secret identity as "The Cat", a hero who is anything far from super powered.
An... unknown amongst Radio City, Upload is a man who one day woke up in a back alley, ready made into a cybernetic supersoldier who can turn into data and enter computer systems at will with knowledge of how to fight and nothing else, even down to his real name. Only having the presence of mind to think he was a good guy at heart, he joined L.E.A.S.H and hopes to find about his past...
An orphaned teenager who gained super strength in the radioactive incident that killed her parents. After being ignored and treated like a danger at the Radio City orphanage, Robin decided to leave and find some place that would accept her.
Berserk Button: Mentioning or badmouthing her parents in front of her or making fun of her past is a very easy way to get her angry.
Does Not Know Her Own Strength: This was more of a problem when she was younger, but she still occasionally forgets exactly how strong she is in comparison to others.
Emotional Bruiser: She's not very good at hiding or ignoring her emotions, actually breaking down in tears when her motives were questioned.
Super Strength: Robin is capable of punching down walls and lifting SUV's. Her strength can potentially become even larger with training.
Super Toughness: Her body is very durable, making it difficult for her to bruise or break her bones. She's even picked bullets out of herself on a few occasions with minimal wounds. Getting hit still hurts though.
The Klutz: If she's not paying attention, she tends to accidentally break things that are weaker than her, like pencils, silverware, desks, doors, walls, and floors.
Unskilled, but Strong: She has no formal training in hand to hand combat, relying on mostly clumsy strikes to attack her opponent.
A descendant of Stalwart's, Hank tried to lead a normal life, majoring in Superheroic History and working as a security guard at Grandad's museum until he put on the Armor of the Stalwart to fight off a supervillain breaking into the place. Knowing that nothing good could come of simply refusing the call, Hank immediately rushed to City Hall and declared that the Armor of The Stalwart had found a new hero, and signed up for L.E.A.S.H.
An old lady with a set of large mechanical limbs and the ability to see through the eyes of anyone who has endangered her, Heather Laird seeks to bring back fear and respect to the Visionary name. Not that there was any to begin with...
Artificial Limbs: Two enormous metal arms and four mechanical legs serve the old lady in getting around...
A genuine, honest-to-god samurai from Feudal Japan, who placed his soul into his mystical seal before his death, so he could return one day and rebuild his clan of Legendary Samurai to rule over what they see fit once again.
Absurdly Sharp Blade: His sword is enchanted to be as such. It will not however cut another bladed weapon, as a part of Shion's honor.
Badass Normal: Does not have any powers, but has truly fearsome swordplay skills.
Honor Before Reason: Shion is always an honorable fighter - he will never attack with a numbers advantage and will always make his opponents aware of his intent and give them a chance to arm themselves before he attacks. Of course, with Combat Pragmatists abound in Radio City, this is likely to backfire.
MacGuffin: The Samurai Seals, which contain Shion's dead allies.
A barely legal, kinetic energy controlling super-villain who’s main hobby is burning things, particularly Radio City. He’s constantly in search of some excitement, willing to do jobs for other villains to get entertainment (and maybe some pay).
Breath Weapon: Percy is named Dragon Breath because he often expels fire from his mouth.
Born with snake-like eyes and gray skin, Crane was a social outcast. Later in life, when the traveling circus he belonged to finally couldn't hold out against newer forms of mass entertainment and he found himself without employment, Crane applied his natural talents towards crime, gaining large amounts of money as a notorious gangster.
Butt Monkey: Corvus just can't seem to get any respect for himself, nor is he any good in a fight.
Cane Fu: Corvus occasionally uses his cane in combat. He's not very dangerous with it.
Circus Brat: Before becoming a gangster, he was employed at a circus until it shut down.
Delinquents: Corvus has all sorts of young rebellious punks with guns at his disposal.
The Dragon: The witch named Hex is his right-hand woman, and without a doubt the most skilled fighter in Corvus' crime family.
A Chinese Opium dealer, The Broker also deals in information. She runs the Yingsu, a drug den in the Undercity. She has her finger in almost every pie, and her ability to see through poppies means that almost nothing in the city is secret to her.
Bad-Guy Bar: She operates out of what seems to be one, the Yingsu.
A formerly sweet telekinetic girl, who became disillusioned with the red tape that police (and by her assumption, L.E.A.S.H - affiliated supers) have to be constrained by, she took control of a dockyard in the south of Radio City and formed vigilante gang known as the Guardians.
Accidental Murder: Angel discovered her powers when she was at school and threw a stone at a boy picking on her thatvshe accidentally accelerated telekinteically and therefore left the other side of said boy's head.
Le Parkour: Angel when she was young practised parkour. As she has found since, being a traceuse is useful as a quick response tool.
Mind over Matter: Angel's primary power, although she cannot affect anything that moves significantly under it's own power.
Sir Swearsalot: 90% of the girl's vocabulary is profane. Her very first spoken line is to refer to the heroes present as 'useless fuckwits' and no sentence she has yet spoken has not involved a curse word for example.
Well-Intentioned Extremist: Angel believes herself to be doing what's right, but she often puts punishing criminals ahead of actually helping people.
You Gotta Have Blue Hair: It's natural for her, but considering she was born with telekinesis, it's one of the things that was found less weird about her.
An easily excited girl from Japan that moved to Radio City five years ago after gaining the ability to turn into animals. She enjoys roaming the city at night in search of interesting people and animals.
Cheerful Child: Tsuki always tries to look on the bright side of things, and is always excited about something.
Genki Girl: She pretty much acts like a dog most of the time, as in being super excited about everything.
The Beastmaster: She can convince animals to assist her sometimes, but it doesn’t always work.
Unstable Genetic Code: Her D.N.A. assimilates and stores the D.N.A. of other species that are at similar enough to humans for later use. (So no bugs or fish) It becomes even more unstable with each new genetic code gained, making it more and more difficult to stay in a single form for too long.
A white-collared civilian who has the ability to shift his own mass. Doesn't particularly enjoy having his powers around, although having them isn't necessarily a bad thing either. His neutrality comes from the fact that he tends to avoid trouble whenever he can, which would be an impressive feat in Radio City.
Glass Cannon: He can throw punches like trains, but he takes them like a little girl.
Megaton Punch: He can increase the force of his fists by changing the mass of it mid-swing.