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* ShipperOnDeck: He immediately notices Conner and M'gann's mutual attraction from the moment they met.


GrapplingHookPistol: One of the many contents of his utility belt.

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* GrapplingHookPistol: One of the many contents of his utility belt.


* CompositeCharacter: Has the mindset, fighting style, backstory of Dick Grayson, but the hacking skills and intellectual ability of the comic version of Tim Drake. In many ways, he acts more like the comic's version of Tim Drake than the actual Tim Drake introduced in the show.

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* CompositeCharacter: Has the mindset, fighting style, backstory of Dick Grayson, but the hacking skills and intellectual ability of the comic version of Tim Drake. In many ways, he acts more like the comic's version of Tim Drake than the actual Tim Drake introduced in the show.Drake.

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* HeroicWillpower: Perhaps the first person in series to successfully resist mind control, delaying Fatherbox to buy Violet time to escape.


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* RedEyesTakeWarning: Inverted. Red eye and circuitry means that it's Vic in control, while purple is used to indicate Fatherbox.


!!''ComicBook/BlackLightning (Jefferson Pierce)''
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!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' Justice League
!!!'''Status:''' Active
!!!'''Species:''' Metahuman
!!!'''Debut:''' Episode 27 ("Happy New Year")
!!!'''Voiced by:''' Creator/KharyPayton

Black Lightning, as his name would suggest, is a metahuman with powers over electricity, and Static's mentor. Initially a member of the Justice League, he eventually leaves to join the Nightwing's Team and seek redemption following his accidental murder of a young girl.
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* TenMinuteRetirement: Leaves the Justice League to retire from superheroism altogether because of his guilt, but is then convinced by Nightwing to join his team for a one-off mission, and ultimately stays afterward. [[spoiler:Does it again at the end of the season. He becomes enraged and quit after finding out about the "Anti-Light" scheme, but later exposes Lex Luthor's deception from the rest of the world, with the help of Oracle and Cyborg]].
* AccidentalMurder: He kills a monster that he didn't know was actually a 14-year-old trafficked metahuman, to his [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone horror]].
* AdultFear: His guilt over killing a young girl is even worse when you consider he has two daughters himself.
* AmicableExes: With Lynn, as she allows him to see their daughters during the night and then they engage in a non-argumentative discussion.
* ArtEvolution: Originally he looked like his classic comic design, but in "Outsiders" it's been heavily reworked to resemble his [[Series/BlackLightning2018 concurrent live-action portrayal]].
* AscendedExtra: In his debut season, he only had minor appearances in five episodes with only one speaking role at the end. In ''Outsiders'', he's one of the main cast members as a founder of the team.
* TheAtoner: He leaves the Justice League to join Nightwing's Team over the guilt of accidentally killing one of the trafficked meta-human children.
* AwesomenessByAnalysis: [[spoiler:He manages to figure out that Batman and some of the other heroes were having a secret coup to combat the light by picking up the pieces from past events, from Batman and the rest of the League's resignation to spotting a drone after being freed from Granny Goodness' grasp and rips into them apart with a long WhatTheHellHero speech.]]
* BaldOfAwesome: No hair? Check. A superhero who can generate amazing black lightning? Double check. He grows his hair out in Season 3 and develops a BadassBeard to boot.
* BigBrotherMentor: Offers himself as one to Static, should the younger hero need one.
* ColorCharacter: '''Black''' Lightning
* ComicBookFantasyCasting: His ''Outsiders'' look is obviously inspired by Creator/CressWilliams's portrayal of Black Lighting from the [[Series/BlackLightning2018 live-action show]] airing concurrently.
* CoolShades: To hide and/or protect his eyes, he wears small goggles with yellow lenses.
* DarkIsNotEvil: He wears a black and blue unitard with lightning motifs, blue sleeves, black pants, and black shoes.
* DramaPreservingHandicap: His [[PowerIncontinence inability to generate electricity]] prevents him from being able to help out more in combat, and makes Nightwing's Team's first mission much more difficult than it would've been had he been at his A-game.
* ElectricBlackGuy: The TropeMaker.
* TheHeart: For Nightwing's squad, he's always the one most willing to object to the morally ambiguous choices they sometimes face. [[spoiler:It's for this reason that Nightwing nominates him to be the new leader of the Justice League at the end of the season.]]
* GlassCannon: For all the power his special lightning has, Black Lightning himself is still physically that of a human and thus is vulnerable to harm should he be hit.
* IAmNotLeftHanded: He regulates his lightning to knock his foes out, but he can amp it up considerably when needed. When Desolation boasts that his ordinary lightning blasts can't hurt her, he thanks her for the advice and hits her with enough power to knock her out on the spot.
* InterspeciesRomance: He (a metahuman) with Lynn and Helga (both humans). The former was his ex-wife and the latter became his love interest in season 3.
* MeaningfulName: Not only is he of African descent and have electrical powers, but he generates literal black lightning.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Black Lightning is immediately struck with guilt when he learns he just killed a 14-year-old girl who was trafficked and forcibly turned into a monster. It's what starts his quest for redemption by leaving the Justice League and joining Nightwing's Team.
* PapaWolf: He is very protective of children, having two young daughters himself. He quit the League over the guilt of accidentally killing a little girl, is devastated when eight metahuman children are teleported away before they can be rescued, and joins Nightwing's Team to fight back against metahuman child trafficking.
* PsychosomaticSuperpowerOutage: Due to his feelings of guilt, his ability to generate electricity severely diminishes by the time he joins Nightwing's Team. He gets it back when he sees Halo (supposedly) dead.
* RankUp: [[spoiler:Becomes the new leader of the Justice League at the end of season 3.]]
* ShockAndAwe: With a distinctive black coloration. It's got some other unusual properties to it, since Livewire wasn't able to absorb it.
* TeamDad: He's the oldest member of Nightwing's Team and acts as a mentor of sorts to some of the younger members (particularly the newest recruits like Geo-Force, Halo, and Forager) when they're not on missions.
* WhatTheHellHero: Delivers a long and vicious speech to Batman, Nightwing, and the rest of the "anti-Light" conspiracy upon realizing they're secretly working together. He's absolutely enraged that they're sinking to the Light's level and lying about it, and tears them a new one upon realizing mid-speech that they've also been faking incidents for the Outsiders to tackle.
* WillfullyWeak: Black Lightning is one of Nightwing's Team's biggest heavy hitters, and his special brand of electricity could vaporize most of his enemies with ease. However, his refusal to kill means he holds back a great deal. When he's faced against Devastation, who boasts that she can withstand his electricity, he points just how lucky she is for that [[TheGlovesComeOff before electrocuting her in a single blast]]. He's strong enough to pin down even [[spoiler:''Metron'', a New God.]]
* WouldntHurtAChild: He draws the line at kids getting hurt or worse, killed. One can imagine his horror when ''he'' ended up accidentally killing one.
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!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' Justice League
!!!'''Status:''' Active
!!!'''Species:''' Metahuman
!!!'''Debut:''' Episode 27 ("Happy New Year")
!!!'''Voiced by:''' Creator/KharyPayton

Black Lightning, as his name would suggest, is a metahuman with powers over electricity, and Static's mentor. Initially a member of the Justice League, he eventually leaves to join the Nightwing's Team and seek redemption following his accidental murder of a young girl.
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* TenMinuteRetirement: Leaves the Justice League to retire from superheroism altogether because of his guilt, but is then convinced by Nightwing to join his team for a one-off mission, and ultimately stays afterward. [[spoiler:Does it again at the end of the season. He becomes enraged and quit after finding out about the "Anti-Light" scheme, but later exposes Lex Luthor's deception from the rest of the world, with the help of Oracle and Cyborg]].
* AccidentalMurder: He kills a monster that he didn't know was actually a 14-year-old trafficked metahuman, to his [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone horror]].
* AdultFear: His guilt over killing a young girl is even worse when you consider he has two daughters himself.
* AmicableExes: With Lynn, as she allows him to see their daughters during the night and then they engage in a non-argumentative discussion.
* ArtEvolution: Originally he looked like his classic comic design, but in "Outsiders" it's been heavily reworked to resemble his [[Series/BlackLightning2018 concurrent live-action portrayal]].
* AscendedExtra: In his debut season, he only had minor appearances in five episodes with only one speaking role at the end. In ''Outsiders'', he's one of the main cast members as a founder of the team.
* TheAtoner: He leaves the Justice League to join Nightwing's Team over the guilt of accidentally killing one of the trafficked meta-human children.
* AwesomenessByAnalysis: [[spoiler:He manages to figure out that Batman and some of the other heroes were having a secret coup to combat the light by picking up the pieces from past events, from Batman and the rest of the League's resignation to spotting a drone after being freed from Granny Goodness' grasp and rips into them apart with a long WhatTheHellHero speech.]]
* BaldOfAwesome: No hair? Check. A superhero who can generate amazing black lightning? Double check. He grows his hair out in Season 3 and develops a BadassBeard to boot.
* BigBrotherMentor: Offers himself as one to Static, should the younger hero need one.
* ColorCharacter: '''Black''' Lightning
* ComicBookFantasyCasting: His ''Outsiders'' look is obviously inspired by Creator/CressWilliams's portrayal of Black Lighting from the [[Series/BlackLightning2018 live-action show]] airing concurrently.
* CoolShades: To hide and/or protect his eyes, he wears small goggles with yellow lenses.
* DarkIsNotEvil: He wears a black and blue unitard with lightning motifs, blue sleeves, black pants, and black shoes.
* DramaPreservingHandicap: His [[PowerIncontinence inability to generate electricity]] prevents him from being able to help out more in combat, and makes Nightwing's Team's first mission much more difficult than it would've been had he been at his A-game.
* ElectricBlackGuy: The TropeMaker.
* TheHeart: For Nightwing's squad, he's always the one most willing to object to the morally ambiguous choices they sometimes face. [[spoiler:It's for this reason that Nightwing nominates him to be the new leader of the Justice League at the end of the season.]]
* GlassCannon: For all the power his special lightning has, Black Lightning himself is still physically that of a human and thus is vulnerable to harm should he be hit.
* IAmNotLeftHanded: He regulates his lightning to knock his foes out, but he can amp it up considerably when needed. When Desolation boasts that his ordinary lightning blasts can't hurt her, he thanks her for the advice and hits her with enough power to knock her out on the spot.
* InterspeciesRomance: He (a metahuman) with Lynn and Helga (both humans). The former was his ex-wife and the latter became his love interest in season 3.
* MeaningfulName: Not only is he of African descent and have electrical powers, but he generates literal black lightning.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Black Lightning is immediately struck with guilt when he learns he just killed a 14-year-old girl who was trafficked and forcibly turned into a monster. It's what starts his quest for redemption by leaving the Justice League and joining Nightwing's Team.
* PapaWolf: He is very protective of children, having two young daughters himself. He quit the League over the guilt of accidentally killing a little girl, is devastated when eight metahuman children are teleported away before they can be rescued, and joins Nightwing's Team to fight back against metahuman child trafficking.
* PsychosomaticSuperpowerOutage: Due to his feelings of guilt, his ability to generate electricity severely diminishes by the time he joins Nightwing's Team. He gets it back when he sees Halo (supposedly) dead.
* RankUp: [[spoiler:Becomes the new leader of the Justice League at the end of season 3.]]
* ShockAndAwe: With a distinctive black coloration. It's got some other unusual properties to it, since Livewire wasn't able to absorb it.
* TeamDad: He's the oldest member of Nightwing's Team and acts as a mentor of sorts to some of the younger members (particularly the newest recruits like Geo-Force, Halo, and Forager) when they're not on missions.
* WhatTheHellHero: Delivers a long and vicious speech to Batman, Nightwing, and the rest of the "anti-Light" conspiracy upon realizing they're secretly working together. He's absolutely enraged that they're sinking to the Light's level and lying about it, and tears them a new one upon realizing mid-speech that they've also been faking incidents for the Outsiders to tackle.
* WillfullyWeak: Black Lightning is one of Nightwing's Team's biggest heavy hitters, and his special brand of electricity could vaporize most of his enemies with ease. However, his refusal to kill means he holds back a great deal. When he's faced against Devastation, who boasts that she can withstand his electricity, he points just how lucky she is for that [[TheGlovesComeOff before electrocuting her in a single blast]]. He's strong enough to pin down even [[spoiler:''Metron'', a New God.]]
* WouldntHurtAChild: He draws the line at kids getting hurt or worse, killed. One can imagine his horror when ''he'' ended up accidentally killing one.
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!!!'''Date Joined:''' Post-November 1, 2011



!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' Outsiders
-->[[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonOne See here]].

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-->[[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonOne
Affiliation''': Justice League
->[[Characters/YoungJusticeJusticeLeague
See here]].here]].



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!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' The Team

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!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' The TeamOutsiders



[[folder:Geo-Force]]
!!!'''Designation:''' G02

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[[folder:Geo-Force]]
!!!'''Designation:''' G02
[[folder:Tigress]]



!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' None
-->[[Characters/YoungJusticeOutsiders See here]].

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!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' None
-->[[Characters/YoungJusticeOutsiders
The Team
-->[[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonOne
See here]].



[[folder:Halo]]
!!!'''Designation:''' G03

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[[folder:Halo]]
[[folder:Geo-Force]]
!!!'''Designation:''' G03G02



!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' The Team
-->[[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonThree See here]].

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!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' The Team
-->[[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonThree
None
-->[[Characters/YoungJusticeOutsiders
See here]].



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!!!'''Designation:''' G03


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[[folder:Forager]]
!!!'''Status:''' Inactive
!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' The Team
-->[[Characters/YoungJusticeTheTeamSeasonThree See here]].
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* DivineParentage: A non-biological version and less creepy than the BedTrick most gods pull on hapless mortal or the [[ChildByRape worse reason.]] Victor was given new life by a fatherbox and is a hybrid of human and living Mobius technology. Father Boxes are alive and their creator, Metron, considers them his "children". Victor has [[Magitek god-tech]] inside of him and Metron considers Victor a "grandson" as one of his "parents" was a Father Box.

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** Ironically, the other paternal figure Victor has, Metron(who sees Victor as a grandson for him being a creation of a father box which Metron considers one of his children), has actually voiced approval and pride in how victor has developed. Victor gets no encouragement from the father figure he wants it from but gets the respect of a god from the paternal figure he never knew he had.


* TenMinuteRetirement: In the final episode of Season 2, he decides to quit the Team for some time after Wally's death. While he gets up to other superheroics afterwards, he doesn't formally rejoin mid-season 3.

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* TenMinuteRetirement: In the final episode of Season 2, he decides to quit the Team for some time after Wally's death. While he gets up to other superheroics afterwards, he doesn't formally rejoin mid-season 3.until the end of the season 3 finale.

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* BigDamnHeroes: On at least two different occasions, [[spoiler:he boom-tubes into Granny Goodness's headquarters and winds up turning the tide into the heroes' favor]].


* TenMinuteRetirement: Leaves the Justice League to retire from superheroism altogether because of his guilt, but is then convinced by Nightwing to join his team for a one-off mission, and ultimately stays afterward.

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* TenMinuteRetirement: Leaves the Justice League to retire from superheroism altogether because of his guilt, but is then convinced by Nightwing to join his team for a one-off mission, and ultimately stays afterward. [[spoiler:Does it again at the end of the season. He becomes enraged and quit after finding out about the "Anti-Light" scheme, but later exposes Lex Luthor's deception from the rest of the world, with the help of Oracle and Cyborg]].

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* SpannerInTheWorks: Is ultimately the one who frees Violet from Granny's control, which majorly derails Apokolips plans.


* TenMinuteRetirement: In the final episode of Season 2, he decides to quit the Team for some time after Wally's death.

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* TenMinuteRetirement: In the final episode of Season 2, he decides to quit the Team for some time after Wally's death. While he gets up to other superheroics afterwards, he doesn't formally rejoin mid-season 3.



* AntiHero: In Season 1, he has everything he needs to be one, but he doesn't like being that kind of person.

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* AntiHero: In Season 1, he has everything he needs to be one, but he doesn't like being that kind of person. Despite this, the next two seasons have him engaging in more questionable acts, often going behind the backs of his teammates, but he clearly dislikes doing so.



* ChildhoodFriendRomance: A complicated one with Batgirl. By his nineteenth birthday, Dick is open about wanting to be with her, but she says he's "a dog" and not ready for her yet, considering that over the course of the day he'd already had Bette Kane in his apartment, a long kiss with Zatanna, and a cheek kiss from Rocket. So they're both interested in each other and not opposed to public displays of affection, but they're not in an exclusive or serious relationship yet. This is furthered in Outsiders when Oracle is the only person at the start of the season that he has continuous contact with after Wally's death and they share multiple kisses in ''Away Mission'' when they meet in person.

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* ChildhoodFriendRomance: A complicated one with Batgirl. By his nineteenth birthday, Dick is open about wanting to be with her, but she says he's "a dog" and not ready for her yet, considering that over the course of the day he'd already had Bette Kane in his apartment, a long kiss with Zatanna, and a cheek kiss from Rocket. So they're both interested in each other and not opposed to public displays of affection, but they're not in an exclusive or serious relationship yet. This is furthered in Outsiders ''Outsiders'' when Oracle is the only person at the start of the season that he has continuous contact with after Wally's death and they share multiple kisses in ''Away Mission'' when they meet in person.



* GuileHero: Nightwing knows that the Light are led by at least one ManipulativeBastard so he and Kaldur are using Aqualad's FreudianExcuse as an opening to get an eye inside the villain's organization
* GrapplingHookPistol: One of the many contents of his utility belt.

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* GuileHero: Nightwing knows that the Light are led by at least one ManipulativeBastard so he and Kaldur are using use Aqualad's FreudianExcuse as an opening to get an eye inside the villain's organization
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organization. [[spoiler:''Outsiders'' sees him taking part in the "anti-Light" conspiracy, which involves the leaders of the various heroic teams secretly coordinating with each other.]]
GrapplingHookPistol: One of the many contents of his utility belt.



* TheLancer: He has a lot of leadership qualities but is not quite there yet. Probably has something to do with him being only 13. He takes this role by default since the rest of the team are grooming him to be the leader. It's partly a lack of maturity that prevents him from being the leader, but also his inexperience with being on this type of team. Batman and Robin's methodology was based around an efficient two man team with relatively standardized training, which doesn't translate well to an ad-hoc RagtagBunchOfMisfits, so it's his lack of cohesion with a very different type of team that is the problem. Post-time-skip and upgrade to Nightwing, he's in charge of the team.

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* TheLancer: He has a lot of leadership qualities but is not quite there yet. Probably has something to do with him being only 13. He takes this role by default since the rest of the team are grooming him to be the leader. It's partly a lack of maturity that prevents him from being the leader, but also his inexperience with being on this type of team. Batman and Robin's methodology was based around an efficient two man team with relatively standardized training, which doesn't translate well to an ad-hoc RagtagBunchOfMisfits, so it's his lack of cohesion with a very different type of team that is the problem. Post-time-skip and upgrade to Nightwing, he's matured and is in charge of the team.



* MindRape: He is captured and subdued with Black Lightning while attempting to infiltrate Granny Goodness's home. After "disciplining" them for 24 hours she is successful in subjugating him using the Ghost Dimension's X-Pits, breaking his mind and spirit, turning him into nothing more than a docile puppet for her to use against the League. Most concerning however is that while Black Lightning was also subjected to the same brainwashing, after being treated by Halo he is able to walk off the effects almost instantly. Nightwing instead is rendered unconscious and suffering in agony. Enslaving him using the X-Pits equation had scarring effects for him sadly.

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* MindRape: He is captured and subdued with Black Lightning while attempting to infiltrate Granny Goodness's home. After "disciplining" them for 24 hours she is successful in subjugating him using the Ghost Dimension's X-Pits, breaking his mind and spirit, turning him into nothing more than a docile puppet for her to use against the League. Most concerning however is that while Black Lightning was also subjected to the same brainwashing, after being treated by Halo he is able to walk off the effects almost instantly. instantly, Nightwing instead is rendered unconscious and suffering in agony. Enslaving him using the X-Pits equation had scarring effects It takes several more episodes for him sadly.to fully get over the physical effects.



* TakingUpTheMantle: Apparently his dream--[[SubvertedTrope before the events of "Failsafe"]], which made him realize that can't be the kind of stoic, unemotional leader that Batman is.

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* TakingUpTheMantle: Apparently his dream--[[SubvertedTrope before the events of "Failsafe"]], which made him realize that he can't be the kind of stoic, unemotional leader that Batman is.



* WouldHitAGirl: Has no problem fighting female villains, such as when he punches Shimmer so hard that she slams back into a cliffside in "Usual Suspects". His fight with Tigress could count though since she's Artemis, they were probably fighting each other to keep up a show.

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* WouldHitAGirl: Has no problem fighting female villains, such as when he punches Shimmer so hard that she slams back into a cliffside in "Usual Suspects". His He also had a short but brutal fight with Tigress could count Tigress, though since as she's Artemis, Artemis in disguise they were probably fighting each other to keep up a show.likely holding back.



!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' Justice League



* TheHeart: For Nightwing's squad, he's always the one most willing to object to the morally ambiguous choices they sometimes face. [[spoiler:It's for this reason that Nightwing nominates him to be the new leader of the Justice League at the end of the season.]]



* RankUp: [[spoiler:Becomes the new leader of the Justice League at the end of season 3.]]



* WillfullyWeak: Black Lightning is one of Nightwing's Team's biggest heavy hitters, and his special brand of electricity could vaporize most of his enemies with ease. However, his refusal to kill means he holds back a great deal. When he's faced against Devastation, who boasts that she can withstand his electricity, he points just how lucky she is for that [[TheGlovesComeOff before electrocuting her in a single blast]].

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* WhatTheHellHero: Delivers a long and vicious speech to Batman, Nightwing, and the rest of the "anti-Light" conspiracy upon realizing they're secretly working together. He's absolutely enraged that they're sinking to the Light's level and lying about it, and tears them a new one upon realizing mid-speech that they've also been faking incidents for the Outsiders to tackle.
* WillfullyWeak: Black Lightning is one of Nightwing's Team's biggest heavy hitters, and his special brand of electricity could vaporize most of his enemies with ease. However, his refusal to kill means he holds back a great deal. When he's faced against Devastation, who boasts that she can withstand his electricity, he points just how lucky she is for that [[TheGlovesComeOff before electrocuting her in a single blast]]. He's strong enough to pin down even [[spoiler:''Metron'', a New God.]]



!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' The Team

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!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' The TeamOutsiders



!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' Outsiders

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!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' OutsidersNone



!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' Outsiders



* DemonicPossession: He occasionally gets possessed by the Father Box AI lurking inside his cybernetics, temporarily turning him evil until Halo returns him to his senses (in a manner very reminiscent of an [[HollywoodExorcism exorcism ritual]]).

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* DemonicPossession: He occasionally gets possessed by the Father Box AI lurking inside his cybernetics, temporarily turning him evil until Halo returns him to his senses (in a manner very reminiscent of an [[HollywoodExorcism exorcism ritual]]). [[spoiler:This side is completely purged once he connects with Metron's Mobius Chair.]]



* FightingFromTheInside: Victor manages to suppress Father Box for a bit when he corners Violet. It doesn't work for long, but gives her enough time to figure out how to purge it from his systems.

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* FightingFromTheInside: Victor manages to suppress Father Box for a bit when he corners Violet. It doesn't work for long, but gives her enough time to figure out how to temporarily purge it from his systems.



* IAmAMonster: He views himself as a freak after being turned into a cyborg.

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* IAmAMonster: He views himself as a freak after being turned into a cyborg.cyborg, though eventually he comes to accept this.



* WellDoneSonGuy: Victor has ''a lot'' of daddy issues, feeling that his father doesn't care about him as much as he does [[{{Workaholic}} with his job]].

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* WellDoneSonGuy: Victor has ''a lot'' of daddy issues, feeling that his father doesn't care about him as much as he does [[{{Workaholic}} with his job]].



!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' The Team

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!!!'''Current Affiliation:''' The TeamOutsiders


** Black Lightning is most commonly seen with his ReplacementLoveInterest, Dr. Helga Jace. They're also the two oldest members of Nightwing's Team.

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** Black Lightning is most commonly seen with his ReplacementLoveInterest, ReplacementGoldfish, Dr. Helga Jace. They're also the two oldest members of Nightwing's Team.


* ComicBookFantasyCasting: His ''Outsiders'' look is obviously inspired by Creator/CressWilliams's portrayal of Black Lighting from the [[Series/BlackLightning2018 live-action show]] airing concurrently.



* InkSuitActor: His ''Outsiders'' look is obviously inspired by [[Creator/CressWilliams Cress William's]] portrayal of Black Lighting from the [[Series/BlackLightning2018 live-action show]] airing concurrently.

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