"This is exactly what it looks like; would you care to join in?"
Full-time lady killer, ex-blood mage. Van could actually be considered the most responsible person in the group. The only thing that can sometimes distract him from his duties is his love of women. He goes for all types: blondes, brunettes, redheads, vampires...
Tattooed Crook: Sort of - emphasis on the tattooed, not so much on the crook.
Jim Teague Black
"Fine! Once again, let's detour from my original problem!"
A jerk of the highest caliber. Luckily, someone saw fit to punish him for that. He's actually human, but his curse dictates that he will only be human for as long as he's a good person. What does this mean for a man like Jim? A hell of a lot of time spent as a stuffed bunny.
Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Jim has to go out of his way to be nice. When he faces the judge in charge of his curse, he fakes intentions to turn over a new leaf, tricking the judge into restoring him to human form. He then proceeds to murder the judge with a blast of magic.
Kick the Dog: The first unambiguously evil thing we see him do is murder the judge in charge of his curse.
Like a Fish Takes to Water. Like Fiona, he came from our earth before suddenly being teleported under mysterious circumstances. Unlike Fiona, he had little trouble adapting and, curses aside, quite likes it in his new home.
Limited Wardrobe: With the exception of flashbacks, Jim is the only cast member to always wear the same clothes. Word of God states that the curse prevents him from changing his appearance.
Sealed Evil in a Teddy Bear: He was cursed by a shopkeeper as punishment for destroying her store. The curse, which is controlled by a judge, will restore him to human form when performing good deeds, and reduce him to a stuffed bunny when doing bad deeds. Jim's bunny form can induce Cuteness Overload, but in human form he can "kick people into the stratosphere".
Smug Super: Quite literally, according to Cecilia. Magic functions on confidence in this universe, and Jim is so unbelievably full of himself that it gave him superhuman power the moment he entered.
Story Breaker Power: Jim's human form is insanely powerful, and he's never gotten into a fight, that we know of, that he didn't win within minutes. The only thing stopping him from resolving pretty much every plot problem with violence is that by the time those minutes are up he's usually done something sufficiently malicious to bring him right back to bunny form.
Akela Leanne T'nadne
"I'd say in your dreams, but I'd rather you just die."
First introduced as a snarky cashier background character, Akela was later revealed as an active member of the Nameless. Currently, she's following and helping Fiona on assignment from said organization - although she seems to have a personal investment as well.
Ambiguously Gay: Hinted at; she has a couple of lines with Fiona that could be interpreted as flirtatious.
Handicapped Badass: She wears blindfolds and navigates by echolocation, but is every bit as tough as the other Hendersons.
I Have Your Wife: She threatens to murder the family of one of the soldiers under her command unless he agrees to kill Fiona.
Replacement Goldfish: The original Lexia was murdered by the same drunk that murdered the original Halland. The current Lexia is a clone that was created by Cavan Henderson long afterwards.
Transferable Memory: She has this power over the various clones of Halland and tries to replace the latest clone's memories with those of the original Halland.
Yandere: The original Lexia was lovers with the original Halland. The current Lexia tries to continue said relationship, only to learn that Halland's latest clone already has feelings for Fiona. She responds by murdering one of her own soldiers and plotting Fiona's demise.
"This is why I live in a cabin out in the middle of nowhere."
One of the key members of a group called The Nameless, and the person that taught Fiona to use magic after arriving in the Supernormal 'Verse. Cecilia often plays the role of mentor to Fiona, Jim, and Van.
Body Motifs: The Nameless is represented by a stylized eye.
Manipulative Bastard: May or may not be the leader of The Nameless, and may or may not be working for Cavan Henderson. He's also particularly fond of pulling Hall's strings, but for what purpose is yet unknown.
Mr. Kite: Well done! What better way to distract from a lie than with a fantastic truth, eh?
Pragmatic Villainy: His actions are in his own self-interest and he's not one to hold grudges. He's willing to hear Fiona out when she explains why she broke into his house. Further, when the items he sells end up being used to break into Henderson's tower, leading to Fiona planning to break in herself, he immediately offers his help to her, as he doesn't want the items being traced back to him.
Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?: Fenris normally awakens every fifty years, eats some people, and then returns to his lair. The Henderson police would have liked to kill him sooner, but were apparently stopped by activists of some description.
"We'll start today by reviewing yesterday's lesson on being trapped in a room with no exits. What can you tell me about walls?"
Fiona's dad, who died a while ago. There's more to him than meets the eye.
Badass: This is the guy who trained Jim, who was formidable even before he became so powerful.