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* AllWomenAreLustful: Considering all the GettingCrapPastTheRadar moments between her and The Question, it's evident Huntress is rather sexual towards him.

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* AllWomenAreLustful: Considering all the GettingCrapPastTheRadar moments between her She almost always interacts with The Question in a ''very'' suggestive way, and The Question, it's evident Huntress is rather some of those interactions tend to imply sexual towards him.fantasies.

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[[folder:Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)]]
!!Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)
-->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/AdamBaldwin

In another life, Hal Jordan would have been the Green Lantern that joined the Justice League. During the crisis caused by Chronos's tampering with the timeline, he briefly appeared in place of John Stewart.
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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: While trying to get information about Chronos's whereabouts from his wife, he assured her that the League will try their best not to hurt her husband.


* PurpleIsPowerful: The principal tone of her costume is purple.


* TwoPersonLoveTriangle: According to the ''Red Justice'' young reader's book, Wally tried dating her, but she broke up with him when she thought that he wasn't communal.

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* TwoPersonLoveTriangle: According to the ''Red Justice'' young reader's book, Wally tried dating her, but she broke up with him when she thought that he wasn't communal.committal.


^ UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: She brings a pocket mirror to the Flash Museum so she can check her makeup. She wasn't counting on Mirror Master and the other Flash rogues to use it to get the drop on everyone through it.

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^ * UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: She brings a pocket mirror to the Flash Museum so she can check her makeup. She wasn't counting on Mirror Master and the other Flash rogues to use it to get the drop on everyone through it.


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[[folder:Linda Park]]
!!Linda Park
-->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/KimMaiGuest
-->'''Appearances:''' ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited''

A reporter in Central City.
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* FirstGirlWins: As far as we know, she's the Flash's first real romance and claims this to Giganta, who's been trying to date Flash ever since the ending of ''Unlimited''. Between the two girls, Flash sticks with Linda.
* IsThisThingStillOn: Thinking that the camera is off, she talks to her camerawoman about how Flash is "like, the entire track team at once". Only after she says that does her camerawoman tell her that the camera was still running, causing her to {{facepalm}}.
* TwoPersonLoveTriangle: According to the ''Red Justice'' young reader's book, Wally tried dating her, but she broke up with him when she thought that he wasn't communal.
^ UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: She brings a pocket mirror to the Flash Museum so she can check her makeup. She wasn't counting on Mirror Master and the other Flash rogues to use it to get the drop on everyone through it.
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* AceCustom: Interestingly, he is given an upgraded Green Lantern armor uniform when he goes to confront AMAZO, even though GL uniforms are explicitly mental constructs.


* YouKeepChangingJobs: Good luck nailing down what agency he works for. He switches from witness protection (US Marshals) to bodyguarding the Vice President (Secret Service) when not being the JLA's liaison. To be fair, this is a quirk of government agencies in the comics, like APES and the CBI.

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* YouKeepChangingJobs: WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs: Good luck nailing down what agency he works for. He switches from witness protection (US Marshals) to bodyguarding the Vice President (Secret Service) when not being the JLA's liaison. To be fair, this is a quirk of government agencies in the comics, like APES and the CBI.

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* YouKeepChangingJobs: Good luck nailing down what agency he works for. He switches from witness protection (US Marshals) to bodyguarding the Vice President (Secret Service) when not being the JLA's liaison. To be fair, this is a quirk of government agencies in the comics, like APES and the CBI.


->'''Voiced by:''' Dennis Haysbert

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->'''Voiced by:''' Dennis HaysbertCreator/DennisHaysbert


* AdaptationalHeroism: While still an AntiHero, she's more heroic here than in the comics, especially after she resolves her issues with Mandragora.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: AdaptationalNiceGuy: While still an AntiHero, she's more heroic here than in the comics, especially after she resolves her issues with Mandragora.


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* MostCommonSuperPower: She is very buxom.
* MsFanservice: She doesn't get the amount of in-universe attention that Wonder Woman or Black Canary do, but the camera does develop MaleGaze when she's in an episode.

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* MostCommonSuperPower: She is has a very buxom.
large bust.
* MsFanservice: Huntress is a very beautiful woman who wears a costume that highlights her voluptuous yet toned body, toned stomach, buxom breasts, long legs, and nice rear end. She doesn't get the amount of in-universe attention that Wonder Woman or Black Canary do, but the camera does develop MaleGaze when she's in an episode.


* MsFanservice: In her first appearance, she wears a regular GL uniform. When she reappareas in "The Return", she is wearing a sexier, customized version of the outfit. And in "Hearts and Minds" she dons a rather {{Stripperific}} "priestess" outfit.

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* MsFanservice: In her first appearance, she wears a regular GL uniform. When she reappareas reappears in "The Return", she is wearing a sexier, customized version of the outfit. And in "Hearts and Minds" she dons a rather {{Stripperific}} "priestess" outfit.


* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Contradicts most versions of the character - Kilowog is the most kind-hearted of the Corps members shown.

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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Contradicts In contrast to most versions of the character - character, Kilowog is the most kind-hearted of the Corps members shown.

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