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!!''Red Arrow / Speedy (Roy "Will" Harper)''
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-->See [[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonOne The Team - Season One]]
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!!Season Two

[[folder:Blue Beetle II]]
!!''ComicBook/BlueBeetle II (Ted Kord)''
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!!!'''Designation:''' 22
!!!'''Date Joined:''' Post-November 1, 2011
!!!'''Status:''' Deceased
!!!'''Debut: Episode 34 ("Satisfaction")
!!!'''Species''': Human

The second Blue Beetle. His death in a lab explosion indirectly led to Jaime finding the Scarab and becoming his successor.

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-->See [[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonOne The Team - Season One]]
[[/folder]]

!!Season Two

[[folder:Blue Beetle II]]
!!''ComicBook/BlueBeetle II (Ted Kord)''
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!!!'''Designation:''' 22
!!!'''Date Joined:''' Post-November 1, 2011
!!!'''Status:''' Deceased
!!!'''Debut:
!!!'''Species:''' Human Clone
!!!'''Debut:'''
Episode 34 ("Satisfaction")
!!!'''Species''': Human

01 ("Independence Day")
!!!'''Voiced by''': Creator/CrispinFreeman
->''"I don't need help from the Junior Justice League.''"

Red Arrow, formerly Speedy, was the junior partner of Green Arrow who trained the young man in the use of trick arrows as crimefighting tools. After being disgusted with the Justice League's idea of "bringing them into the circle", the younger archer set out on his own, leaving Aqualad, Robin, and Kid Flash to decide what to do with themselves by themselves. However, he's admitted that he respects the team, and that if they ever need a hand he's willing to help. He joins the team in "Insecurity", to set a good example for the others until he officially joins the Justice League, and not-so-secretly to uncover TheMole he suspects is on the team.

In "Usual Suspects" and "Auld Acquaintance" it's revealed ''he'' was TheMole all along, a ManchurianAgent planted on ComicBook/GreenArrow by
The second Blue Beetle. His death Light. Moreover, he isn't even the "real" Roy Harper, but a ''clone'' of Roy, that replaced the original mere months after Green Arrow took him on as his sidekick. After announcing his resignation from both the Justice League and the Team, Roy vows to find the original Speedy, who is last seen frozen in a lab explosion indirectly led one of The Light's facilities and mysteriously missing his right arm.

Five years later, we find Red Arrow married
to Jaime Cheshire, though the two have an on-again-off-again relationship due to Roy's obsession with finding the Scarab previous Speedy. The two also have a daughter, named Lian Nguyen-Harper. During the events of "Salvage" and becoming his successor."Bloodlines" the couple reconciles, and using Cheshire's underworld connections, Roy is finally able to locate and rescue Green Arrow's original sidekick.

By the time of ''Outsiders'', he runs a private security company called ''Bowhunter Security'' while taking the name Will.



* BadassBookworm: Kord was a brilliant inventor.
* BadassNormal: He never used the Scarab himself, just based his hero persona on it.
* BlueIsHeroic: True to his name, Blue Beetle wore blue. His pants and shirt were of a light blue color, with darker blue trunks. The top section of his shirt was adorned with a dark blue cutout that resembled bug's legs. He wore dark blue gloves and boots, and a belt with a golden buckle. To hide his face, he wore a dark blue cowl with yellow goggles.
* ColorCharacter: '''Blue''' Beetle.
* DyingMomentOfAwesome: Going head to head against both Deathstroke and Sportsmaster at the same time in order to keep the Light from getting the Scarab forever cements him as an incredible badass. Taking into account the fact that Jaime ended up getting it, this also means that the explosion which claimed his life probably wasn't deliberate on the part of the villains.
* GadgeteerGenius: Batgirl's dialogue in "Intervention" and everyone's initial belief that the Scarab was something he created implies that he was this.
* LegacyCharacter: The second ComicBook/BlueBeetle.
* NiceGuy: He was considered a good man.
* PosthumousCharacter: He died during the TimeSkip between seasons 1 and 2, making him this in relation to season 2 (he would have been alive during season 1, but he never appeared).
* SonicStunner: Apparently his weapon of choice, no doubt inspired by the Scarab armor's version.

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* BadassBookworm: Kord was ActionDad: In Season 2 he has a brilliant inventor.
daughter, and straightens up partly for her sake.
* {{Adorkable}}: After spending the first two seasons as rather uptight and angry, by the third season his demeanor's completely changed. He makes bad puns and jokes about diarrhea, is openly worried about his insurance premiums when Brick attacks his car, and gets adorably flustered during his time with the moms in "Home Fires." In short, he is such a ''dad''.
* AloofBigBrother: To Aqualad, Robin, and Kid Flash. He's protective of them and has absolute faith in their trustworthiness, but he deliberately sets himself apart from them and belittles their choices for the first ten episodes. On their end, they all respect his opinions, trust him implicitly, and, in the early episodes, have an adorable tendency to parrot anything he says about how the adults just don't understand.
* BabiesEverAfter: Has a daughter, Lian, with Jade/Cheshire in season 2.
* BackForTheFinale: In both seasons.
* BadassBeard: Has grown one in the third season, in contrast to the BeardOfSorrow he had in season 2.
* BadassNormal: He never used the Scarab himself, just based his hero persona on it.
* BlueIsHeroic: True to his name, Blue Beetle wore blue.
His pants and shirt were of a light blue color, skill with darker blue trunks. The top section of his shirt the bow is such that he was adorned able to aim for (and actually ''hit'') a target that ''Artemis'' (who's been shown to hit multiple targets at once) didn't want to risk aiming at. On the other hand, Artemis's reluctance likely had something to do with a dark blue cutout that resembled bug's legs. He wore dark blue gloves and boots, and a belt with a golden buckle. To hide his face, he wore a dark blue cowl with yellow goggles.
* ColorCharacter: '''Blue''' Beetle.
* DyingMomentOfAwesome: Going head
her desire to head against both Deathstroke keep her relation to Cheshire and Sportsmaster at a secret, the same time in order to keep latter being the target Speedy hit.
* BattleCouple: With Cheshire, his wife as of season 2. They battle the henchman of a Tibetan monastery who were guarding the original Roy Harper...along with their infant daughter.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: In season one, Roy made it clear how much he wanted to join the Justice League. He gets his wish...and then discovers he was the brainwashed mole for the The
Light and a clone.
* BeardOfSorrow: Has one in "Salvage", but soon shaves it off after finding out he's a father.
* BenevolentBoss: "Private Security" implies he gets along really well with the men he employs at Bowhunter Security, casually mentioning that he attends company softball games and post-game parties with them. When he adds his usual staff all got food poisoning the night before, there's no annoyance or frustration in his voice. And since he had to find suitable replacements for the goggle delivery job, it's telling how patient he is with them.
* BerserkButton: Being called a sidekick.
* BigBeautifulMan:
** By Season 3 he's put on some weight and is sporting a visible belly. Fan reception of Will's dad bod has been mostly positive since he's still attractive and has no issue fighting alongside Dick, Roy, and Jim. It also serves as a contrast to how malnourished and sickly he was in Season 2, with his weight gain indicating he's taking better care of himself and thus makes him more attractive since it's an improvement to his health.
** On another level, his weight gain works as a metaphor for his change in demeanor. His midsection softened just as his personality did.
* BigFun: Well not as extreme as most uses of this trope, but it's telling he seemed to have gained an honest to God sense of humor along with his belly. Given how rarely he joked in the past two seasons, and how often said jokes were rather dry and/or mean, it's a significant change for him.
* BigLittleBrother: Technically to the original Roy Harper AKA Arsenal. Red Arrow is biologically 8, but physically 23; Arsenal is actually 23, but his body is still that of a 15-year-old. {{Inverted}} with Red Arrow and Jim Harper, since the former is technically older, while the latter was force grown to appear older.
* BornAsAnAdult: He was force grown to look 15 by the time he was fully created.
* CharacterDevelopment: He goes
from getting a hot-tempered, disrespectful sidekick before turning solo to a self-hating hero with a ton of CloningBlues to a happier, nicer, and more adjusted man, business owner, and father.
* ClipboardOfAuthority: PlayedForLaughs as he treats his Bowhunter Security Clipboard as SeriousBusiness, deliberately flipping through it to annoy Dick, and later his documents on
the Scarab forever cements clipboard allow him to stop Brick's scheme to steal Goode Goggles as his men are not the one listed on the clipboard, and he even uses it as an incredible badass. Taking into account the fact that Jaime ended up getting it, ImprovisedWeapon to take out Brick.
* ClonesArePeopleToo: Even after finding out he was a clone, he eventually got married and had a daughter.
* CloningBlues: The Roy seen throughout season 1 is a clone, and his existential angst about
this also means that revelation has nearly destroyed him by the explosion which claimed beginning of season 2. Luckily, Cheshire steps in to save him from himself. Come Season 3 he started going by "Will" to further cement he's his life probably own person and not a knock off of Roy Harper.
* DarkIsNotEvil: His "Red Arrow" outfit is mostly black. Ultimately played with when it's discovered he's TheMole; he
wasn't deliberate doing it on purpose and thought he was the good guy.
* DatingCatwoman: With Cheshire.
* DeadpanSnarker: Like Wally, more deadpan than snarky. The snarkiness becomes more playful in Season 3.
* DecompositeCharacter: Once Arsenal shows up. They borrow different elements from the original comic book Speedy, who has gone by both Red Arrow and Arsenal, does not have a clone, and is the father of Lian by Cheshire.
* DisappearedDad: {{Justified|Trope}} and {{downplayed|Trope}}, to Lian. For the former, Cheshire willingly didn't inform him about being pregnant because his obsession with finding Speedy left little for him to be with his loved ones, so he couldn't properly take care of a baby. For the latter, it was roughly a year before he found he was a father and after so, he began taking his parental roles seriously.
* EvilRedhead: {{Enforced|Trope}}. Red Arrow turns out to be the clone of the original Roy Harper and was programmed by the Light to infiltrate the Justice League.
* ExpressiveMask: His DominoMask can show a variety of expressions.
* FashionableAsymmetry: Roy's Red Arrow outfit is nearly the same, except for the gloves: His left arm has a longer gloves with holes, while he has shorter glove, with no holes, on his hand. This actually serves a purpose; it acts as an arm guard, to prevent Roy from hitting his own arm with the string of his bow when firing.
* FieryRedhead: A short-tempered and judgmental redhead. [[TookALevelInKindness He gets better]].
* FingerlessGloves: Wears them in his Red Arrow gear.
* {{Foil}}: To Arsenal. Both are presented as {{Jerkass}}es whose main redeeming trait is that they're still fighting
on the good team. They each start with an obsessive and selfish personality that serves as their {{fatal flaw}}s. However, Red Arrow represents Arsenal had he took a better path, instead curbing his extremely negative traits, becoming a kind friend and a loving father. Arsenal, on the other hand, represents Red Arrow if he remained on the same path, as he only becomes an even [[TookALevelInJerkass bigger jerk]] who values RevengeBeforeReason, alienates others, and acts in a completely unscrupulous manner.
* FormerlyFit: Subverted in Season 2, where he was less fit because he wasn't taking care of himself and had lost weight and muscle tone. Defied in Season 3, where his weight gain is seen as an improvement to his health since he's back to the competent fighting form he had in Season 1 even if he's not as sculpted as before.
* GoodIsNotNice: He's a hero, but is a jerk to his mentor, his teammates, and ''even'' the people he's rescuing. Averted in Season 3 where he's become a legit NiceGuy.
* GoodParents: Knowing he had a daughter who needed him, Roy immediately got his act together and eventually retired to be a dad. Season 3 shows this in full force, as Will now owns and runs a successful private security company and prioritizes getting home in time to have dinner with Lian. Considering Jade left them, he's probably working harder to make up for her absence and give Lian enough love for two parents.
* GutturalGrowler: Goes into this during his addiction problem in "Salvage". It also makes him sound like [[Manga/{{Hellsing}} Alucard]].
* HeroicBSOD: After finding out he was both TheMole and a clone of the original Speedy. It lasts a good five years.
* HeroicSelfDeprecation: After finding out he was a clone. Specifically shown in "Salvage" of how much he comes to hate himself. He's gotten over it after making his own identity as Will Harper.
* HonoraryTrueCompanion: He's TrueCompanions with the team's three founders and was
part of the villains.
team for about two weeks in-series time.
* GadgeteerGenius: Batgirl's dialogue HouseHusband: Because Jade isn't around to be the mom, Will takes it upon himself to be the father Lian needs by himself. Notably, his nice house (that he shares with Artemis) is from his pockets, thanks to his successful Bowhunter Security business. This is lampshaded in "Intervention" "Home Fires", where at the family playdate, Will is one of only two dads in the company of Iris, Mera, Lynn, Raquel, Karen, and everyone's initial belief Lois, and expresses great relief when John "Red Tornado" Smith shows up, lamenting how hard it is being the only dad around.
-->'''Will:''' Glad you're here, John. It's tough being the only dad in the room.
-->'''[[SpeakInUnison All the Moms in Unison]]:''' IS IT NOW?
-->'''Will:''' ... No, maybe not.
* HumblePie: It's one thing to find out you're a clone. It's another to find out
that the Scarab mole you've been looking for all this time is [[TomatoInTheMirror YOU]].
* IneffectualLoner: He sets himself apart from the rest of the Team, but manages to do well fighting alongside them nonetheless.
* InsistentTerminology: He's no longer "Roy", but "Will". Though he didn't seem particularly angry when Dick mistakenly called him his old name out of habit, he did get some snarky revenge afterwards.
-->'''Dick:''' Hey Roy! I mean, Will... Will! Sorry, still not used to it.
-->'''Will:''' Well, Richard... I mean, Dick, who are you here to recruit this time?
* InterspeciesRomance: {{Zigzagged|Trope}} with Cheshire. Both are human, but he's technically a clone of another human.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Shows a lot of this into the first season, but grows out of it in the second season.
* IWillFindYou: Non-romantic version. He spent most of the five-year time skip searching for the original Roy Harper, [[{{Determinator}} even as everyone else gave up.]]
* IWillWaitForYou: Come Season 3 Cheshire has essentially walked out on him and Lian because she believes she's no good for them and will always be a villain first and foremost. Will clearly doesn't believe that and is shown to still love Jade and wants her to come home without trying to force her to do so.
* {{Jerkass}}: Often treats his friends and random bystanders like a jerk.
* JerkassBall: In "Insecurity", he is especially nasty to Artemis, Superboy and Miss Martian. This turned out to have been part of his subconscious Cadmus programming to get suspicion off him as the true mole while causing discord within the team.
* JerkassHasAPoint:
** In "Independence Day", Roy
was something right in calling out the mentors for promising their proteges to become full members of the Justice League, only to ''not'' take them to the actual headquarters and keep the truth of that from them.
** Also, while he's kind of an asshole to his old teammates in Season Two as
he created implies desperately hunts for the real Roy Harper, he is dismissive towards Wally in particular, asking why he's even present, which does hold some merit considering that Wally basically gave up being a superhero because...he wanted to focus on college and being Artemis's boyfriend. This really seems like a waste of talent, especially given Wally wanted to be Flash's sidekick so much that he deliberately recreated a very dangerous experiment of his, just so he could have superpowers too and Artemis is still doing hero work despite being in the exact same situation [[BadassNormal and she doesn't even have powers like he does.]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Despite his {{jerkass}} nature, he does genuinely care about his friends and secretly looks out for them. In "Performance" for instance, he shows real concern for Robin when he finds out the hero's become ill. Come Season 3, the "Heart Of Gold" aspect's been magnified so much "Jerk" doesn't apply to him anymore.
* KarmicJackpot: After being dealt a raw hand since he
was this.
created, from being born as a replacement to the original Roy Harper, being programmed into acting like an uptight asshole while used as a brainwashed stooge against his will, from running himself ragged to the point of wasting away into a shaggy mess, come Season 3 Will's ''finally'' gained a semblance of happiness. Even though Cheshire left him, Will's still taking better care of himself and Lian, is the proud owner of a successful business and earning his own money enough to afford his own house, is now on better terms with his friends than he ever was before, and has moved his life into a direction ''he'' wants instead of what others wanted for him.
* LegacyCharacter: The second ComicBook/BlueBeetle.
ManchurianAgent: For the Light, as he was made to infiltrate and dismantle the Justice League.
* MeaningfulName: "Roy" is Gaelic and English for "red" which is [[RedIsHeroic part of his attire as a hero.]]
* MeaningfulRename:
** Changes his original name from Speedy to Red Arrow, signifying his path from sidekick to solo.
** Come ''Outsiders'', he goes by Will, likely to differentiate himself from the original.
* NiceGuy: He In Season 3, there’s nothing left of the uptight jerk he was in the past two seasons. Instead he’s a goofy, friendly dad.
* MiddleNameBasis: By the third season, he prefers to go by Will which is his middle name of William. Understandable considering his issues of being the clone of the original Roy and wanting to be his own person.
* OlderAndWiser: He shows this in "Private Security" when ''he'' is the one who recognizes Dick is looking for Wally West substitute and needs to deal with the Markovian kids. Given Dick attended Will's intervention in Season 2, it shows how far he's grown as a person. It's a bit PlayedForLaughs when Will invokes this to which Dick responds, as a clone, Will isn't that old.
-->'''Will''': Hey, I'm older than Jim.
-->'''Jim''': But I'm prettier!
* OutOfFocus: He basically vanishes from the plot in Season 2 after rescuing the original Roy Harper. In Season 3 he was given at least one significant appearance per weekly episode drop, including his ADayInTheLimelight episode "Private Security." It's also clear the drama around Cheshire's departure is going to be an ongoing thing with this season.
* PapaWolf: Roy gets out of his funk in season 2 after realizing he has a daughter who needs him.
* PrimaryColorChampion: {{Zigzagged|Trope}}. As Speedy, he wore a yellow sixteenth century-style hat complete with feather, yellow gloves, boots, belt and a red suit. And he was actually a clone of Roy Harper and was sent to become a mole for the Light.
* PutOnABus: In season 2, after finding the real Roy Harper, clone!Roy disappears from the series entirely besides a cameo at the finale.
* RageAgainstTheMentor: Goes on a tirade against Green Arrow and {{Rage Quit}}s in the very first episode of the show for being put on the "sidekick team", then spends much of season 1 operating alone as Red Arrow to prove to Ollie he's just as good. Inverted 5 years later in "Satisfaction", where after Ollie rages against himself for failing all his proteges, Roy ''reassures'' him that, despite their differences, he's always
considered Ollie a good man.
* PosthumousCharacter: RageQuit: In the very first episode. Because of his outrage at being placed in "the Junior Justice League," he quits being Speedy.
* RedIsHeroic:
He died during has red hair and a hero. His first superhero outfit was completely red, except the yellow hat; his second costume is both red and black.
* RetiredBadass: By ''Outsiders'', Will has retired from being a superhero altogether to raise his daughter. "Private Security" shows he definitely still has his "Badass" traits and has no problem suiting up again and helping his former teammates if asked or needed.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: In episode one, he defiantly declares himself to not be part of the Team.
* SecretKeeper: Knew Artemis wasn't Green Arrow's niece from the start, but only confronts Artemis about it when they're alone, and leaves it to her to tell her friends the truth.
* SidekickGraduationsStick: Within the first six episodes, Roy changes his hero identity from Speedy to Red Arrow.
* SixthRanger: An older peer of the team who sometimes works with them but tries to be independent. His designation is also B06.
* SleevesAreForWimps: Doesn't wear any sleeves in his "Red Arrow" attire.
* SugarAndIcePersonality: Red Arrow is serious, aloof and a loner who refuses to join the team, but he still cares about his friends.
* TomatoInTheMirror: UpToEleven. "I... I was the mole?" He's a clone of Roy Harper who replaced the original mere months after Roy became Green Arrow's sidekick, which means he was Speedy for ''years'', even longer than the ''original'' Speedy!
* TookALevelInCheerfulness: Seasons 1 and 2 Roy was a surly, generally unpleasant person who did care about his friends and was capable of being happy but rarely, if ever, smiled. Season 3 Will makes jokes and bad puns like the dad he is, likes to playfully mess with his friends, and can get easily flustered and embarrassed in certain situations without getting pissed off. In fact, come "Home Fires" and it's probably the first time he's ever let out a genuinely content laugh while having fun with Lian and the other kids.
* TookALevelInKindness:
** After recovering the original Speedy in Season 2 there is almost nothing of the old angry and resentful Roy, even giving Ollie a YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre speech. By ''Outsiders'', he's completely mellowed out and is a retired hero taking care of his kid and spending time with his sister-in-law Artemis (keep in mind that they used to dislike each other).
** His sense of humor and mellowness is more inline with his characterization from the comics.
* TraumaCongaLine: Finds out he was TheMole and [[CloningBlues a clone]], gets [[TheChase hunted like an animal]] by BrainwashedAndCrazy Leaguers, and then spends the next 5 years in a HeroicBSOD [[CassandraTruth while all his friends tell him he's gone crazy]].
* {{Troll}}: He enjoys playing up his dad humor to mess with people, such as cheerfully telling Dick, Roy and Jim to buckle up in his car and then unnecessarily revealing his usual crew are all suffering from "Explosive diarrhea." When Roy complains that's TooMuchInformation, Will happily snarks they ''did'' ask him why he needed help. Earlier, he messes with Dick by pretending to check his schedule to see if he'll have time to help with his mission, to which Dick flatly responds he knows Will's doing it on purpose.
* WeightWoe: When he first appears after
the TimeSkip between seasons 1 in the second season, his muscular frame appears somewhat malnourished as a result of neglecting his health due to his relentless hunt for the original Roy Harper. By the third season, he's regained his musculature but has also gained some pounds with a noticeable belly. This serves to highlight he's in a better place physically, mentally, and 2, making him this in relation to season 2 (he would have been alive during season 1, but he never appeared).
emotionally.
* SonicStunner: Apparently his weapon of choice, no doubt inspired YoungerThanHeLooks: He's 3, 8 by the Scarab armor's version.TimeSkip, and has the physique of an 18-year-old.
* YouthfulFreckles: {{Averted|Trope}}. Notable that he's one of the few redheads without them, even in his younger days.



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!!''ComicBook/BlueBeetle II (Ted Kord)''
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->[[Characters/YoungJusticeOutsiders See here]].

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->[[Characters/YoungJusticeOutsiders See here]].
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!!!'''Species''': Human
!!!'''Debut: Episode 34 ("Satisfaction")

The second Blue Beetle. His death in a lab explosion indirectly led to Jaime finding the Scarab and becoming his successor.
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* BadassBookworm: Kord was a brilliant inventor.
* BadassNormal: He never used the Scarab himself, just based his hero persona on it.
* BlueIsHeroic: True to his name, Blue Beetle wore blue. His pants and shirt were of a light blue color, with darker blue trunks. The top section of his shirt was adorned with a dark blue cutout that resembled bug's legs. He wore dark blue gloves and boots, and a belt with a golden buckle. To hide his face, he wore a dark blue cowl with yellow goggles.
* ColorCharacter: '''Blue''' Beetle.
* DyingMomentOfAwesome: Going head to head against both Deathstroke and Sportsmaster at the same time in order to keep the Light from getting the Scarab forever cements him as an incredible badass. Taking into account the fact that Jaime ended up getting it, this also means that the explosion which claimed his life probably wasn't deliberate on the part of the villains.
* GadgeteerGenius: Batgirl's dialogue in "Intervention" and everyone's initial belief that the Scarab was something he created implies that he was this.
* LegacyCharacter: The second ComicBook/BlueBeetle.
* NiceGuy: He was considered a good man.
* PosthumousCharacter: He died during the TimeSkip between seasons 1 and 2, making him this in relation to season 2 (he would have been alive during season 1, but he never appeared).
* SonicStunner: Apparently his weapon of choice, no doubt inspired by the Scarab armor's version.



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[[folder:Black Lightning]]
!!!'''Designation:''' 2423



!!!'''Status:''' Inactive
!!!'''Current Affiliation''': Outsiders
->[[Characters/YoungJusticeOutsiders See here]].
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[[folder:Green Lantern (Guy Gardner)]]
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[[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeam The Team]] ([[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonOne Season One]], [[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonTwo Season Two]], [[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonThree Season Three]]) | [[Characters/YoungJusticeOutsiders Outsiders]] | [[Characters/YoungJusticeBatmanIncorporated Batman Incorporated]] | '''Justice League''' | [[Characters/YoungJusticeOtherHeroes Other Heroes]] | [[Characters/YoungJusticeTheLight The Light]] | [[Characters/YoungJusticeMinionsOfTheLight Minions of the Light]] ([[Characters/YoungJusticeLeagueOfShadows League of Shadows]]) | [[Characters/YoungJusticeTheReach The Reach]] | [[Characters/YoungJusticeOtherVillains Other Villains]] | [[Characters/YoungJusticeOtherCharacters Other Characters]]]]-]]]

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[[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeam The Team]] ([[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonOne Season One]], [[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonTwo Season Two]], [[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonThree Season Three]]) | [[Characters/YoungJusticeOutsiders Outsiders]] [[Characters/YoungJusticeNightwingsTeam Nightwing's Team]] | [[Characters/YoungJusticeBatmanIncorporated Batman Incorporated]] | [[Characters/YoungJusticeOutsiders Outsiders]] | '''Justice League''' | [[Characters/YoungJusticeOtherHeroes Other Heroes]] | [[Characters/YoungJusticeTheLight The Light]] | [[Characters/YoungJusticeMinionsOfTheLight Minions of the Light]] ([[Characters/YoungJusticeLeagueOfShadows League of Shadows]]) | [[Characters/YoungJusticeTheReach The Reach]] | [[Characters/YoungJusticeOtherVillains Other Villains]] | [[Characters/YoungJusticeOtherCharacters Other Characters]]]]-]]]


* ThatThingIsNotMyChild: Deconstructed. There's nothing particularly anti-clone about it and he doesn't actually dislike Superboy, but he's ''not'' happy when Batman calls him Superboy's "father". His rationalization is that Conner will do better with role models who don't have all their baggage. By season 2, He's comfortably referring to Conner as a little brother. Doubles as a MythologyGag to the comics, where both the Silver Age and Clone Superboys were involved in a "Cool Big Brother" dynamic. Clark with Mon-El, Conner with Clark.

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* ThatThingIsNotMyChild: Deconstructed.Deconstructed and [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]]. There's nothing particularly anti-clone about it and he doesn't actually dislike Superboy, but he's ''not'' happy when Batman calls him Superboy's "father". His rationalization is that Conner will do better with role models who don't have all their baggage. Also, to be fair, pretty much anybody would be freaked out by the idea of a younger copy of themselves walking around. Since he is [[AllLovingHero Superman]] he never acts in a negative way towards connor and is simply distant and visibly uncomfortable around Conner but not repulsed or disgusted. By season 2, He's comfortably referring to Conner as a little brother. Doubles as a MythologyGag to the comics, where both the Silver Age and Clone Superboys were involved in a "Cool Big Brother" dynamic. Clark with Mon-El, Conner with Clark.


!!!'''Hawkwoman voiced by:''' Creator/DanicaMcKellar

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!!! '''Hawkman voiced by:''' Creator/JamesArnoldTaylor
!!!'''Hawkwoman voiced by:''' Creator/DanicaMcKellar
Creator/DanicaMcKellar (first season), Creator/ZehraFazal (''Outsiders'')




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!!!'''Voiced by:''' Creator/TroyBaker

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* ShoutOutToShakespeare: Her go-to spell for creating bursts of fire is [[Theatre/{{Macbeth}} "Erif nrub, nordluac elbbub!"]]


* TheFriendNobodyLikes: Guy's such an immature, obnoxious showboat, you'd be hard pressed to find a Leaguer who likes having him on the team.



* SleevesAreForWimps: He wears black pants and a black sleeveless shirt with a green front.

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* SleevesAreForWimps: He wears black pants and a black sleeveless shirt with a green front. He's noticeably the only Green Lantern whose uniform is not a full bodysuit.


* SuperDickery: Shows up as an apparent [[JerkassFacade villain]] out for revenge against all his friends in the early episodes of season 2. It's eventually revealed he's actually a ReverseMole for the Team.

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* SuperDickery: Shows up as an [[HiddenHeartOfGold apparent [[JerkassFacade villain]] out for revenge against all his friends in the early episodes of season 2. It's eventually revealed he's actually a ReverseMole for the Team.


* CharacterDevelopment: He first starts out as the SubmissiveBadass in the first few episodes and later emerges as TheLeader of the RagtagBunchOfMisfits. He then goes on to become a ReverseMole in his villainous father's organization.

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* CharacterDevelopment: He first starts out as the SubmissiveBadass submissive in the first few episodes and later emerges as TheLeader of the RagtagBunchOfMisfits. He then goes on to become a ReverseMole in his villainous father's organization.


* TwoGirlsToATeam: Although there are three female members on the team, which technically means it doesn't count, the full roster is ''sixteen'' members so the essential truth of this trope is still in play. Interestingly, WonderWoman seems to be actively working against this, as one of her stated criteria for an ideal new member to the League is that they be a woman to help shift the gender ratio.

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* TwoGirlsToATeam: Although there are three female members on the team, which technically means it doesn't count, the full roster is ''sixteen'' members so the essential truth of this trope is still in play. Interestingly, WonderWoman Franchise/WonderWoman seems to be actively working against this, as one of her stated criteria for an ideal new member to the League is that they be a woman to help shift the gender ratio.

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* PutOnABus: By ''Outsiders'', Aquaman has evidently retired from superheroics and succeeded by his former apprentice Kaldur in the title. Mera appears along with his son Artur, suggesting he's focusing on kingly and family duties instead. As such, he has yet to make an appearance in the season.

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* YoungAndInCharge: By ''Outsiders'', he's the leader of the Justice League, full of experienced members far older than him, at ''23''.


!!Later Members (S1)

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!!Later Members (S1)
!!Season One



!!Later Members (during S1)

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!!Later Members (during S1)
!!Members joined during Season One



!!Later Members (S2)

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!!Later Members (S2)
!!Season Two



!!Later Members (S3)

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!!Later Members (S3)
!!Season Three


!!''ComicBook/{{Zatanna}} Zatara (Giovanni Zatara)''

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!!''ComicBook/{{Zatanna}} Zatara !!''[[ComicBook/{{Zatanna}} Zatara]] (Giovanni Zatara)''



!!''ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel (Billy Batson)''

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!!''ComicBook/{{Shazam}} !!''[[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel Marvel]] (Billy Batson)''


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