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Team Constantine

     John Constantine 

     Zed Martin 

Mary "Zed" Martin

Species: Enhanced human

Played by: Angelica Celaya

Appearances: Constantine

A psychic and a recent addition to John's team of monster slayers. Zed has been traveling the country, drifting from place to place and struggling to understand her newfound psychic powers.

  • Action Survivor: Can handle herself, especially when the people who work for her father come to kidnap her, but not overtly known for her brawn.
  • Ambiguously Evil: In her introductory episode, Constantine muses (in his closing monologue) what her real motives are, and the show has yet to clarify them.
  • Big Damn Heroes: In episode 103. She beats up a homeless man who was about to stab a prone Constantine.
  • The Empath: Zed can pick up visions and strong emotions via contact with other substances and people.
  • The Heart: She has a kinder approach to most situations than Constantine.
  • Messianic Archetype: For the Resurrection Crusade, the cult led by her father.
  • Psychic Powers: She has premonitions, for a start. Constantine comments that's only the tip of her psychic iceberg. These premonitions frequently manifest through her paintings and drawings.
  • Race Lift: An English white woman in the comics, Zed here is played by Mexican actress Angelica Celaya.
  • Spicy Latina: Occasionally she can be hot headed and belligerent, though in all fairness John is often the cause of this attitude.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Averted. As Liv's replacement, Zed couldn't be any more different; whereas Liv was cautious and often took the passive role in the dynamic between her and John, Zed isn't all that fazed with the world of magic and definitely doesn't take any of John's crap.
  • The Runaway: Ran away from home when she was a teenager, and judging from the fact she says she was locked away in a room and abused, it's not hard to see why.
  • Two First Names: Per the DC Comics norm.
  • The Watson: She often is the victim of John's exposition about the supernatural.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Legends of Tomorrow picks up many of the loose story threads that were left dangling following Constantine's cancellation, yet Zed is nowhere to be seen or even acknowledged. So far anyway.

     Chas Chandler 

Francis "Chas" Chandler

Species: Enchanted human

Played by: Charles Halford

Appearances: Constantine

John's driver and oldest friend. The oldest probably because he's unable to die - John says he has certain "survival skills", whatever that means.

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Chas has an active role in Constantine's good deeds and is fairly competent at helping out even besides his immortality. In the source material, he is more often then not simply roped into the insane things that go on around Constantine, often only to the extent of being press-ganged into being John's driver, and is ill-equipped to handle the supernatural. His wife Rene also gets an upgrade, going from extremely abrasive, controlling and rarely sympathetic to being generally unsupportive but understandably so, considering how things look from her perspective.
  • Alliterative Name: Always addressed as Chas Chandler.
  • The Big Guy: With some traces of The Lancer. Chas tends to do the legwork that doesn't require John's expertise and knowledge of spells.
  • Celebrity Paradox: The Law & Order franchise was acknowledged to exist in the Arrowverse. His actor played a Small Role, Big Impact antagonist on Law & Order: SVU.
  • Good Thing You Can Heal: He can regenerate from any wound (that we've seen), so he tends to get a lot of wounds that would be mortal for anyone else.
  • A Million Is a Statistic: Averted. Has actually made the effort to learn the names and lives of the 47 people who died in the accident that caused his immortality, seeing them as people to respect rather than his reserves. He even keeps their pictures in an album.
  • Out of Continues: How his immortality works.
  • Knife Nut: He's often wielding a large knife.
  • Never My Fault: In a moment of anger in "Quid Pro Quo" he blames John for the strained relationship of his marriage, even though Chas could've left John's adventures anytime he wanted.
  • Number Two: Probably because any other candidate for that position is long-dead.
  • Papa Wolf: Loves his little daughter, Geraldine, very much. On the rare occasion Chas loses his cool, he is most furious when she is threatened. Sadly, battling the legions of Hell with Constantine doesn't leave him much time to spend with her.
  • Required Secondary Powers: His Healing Factor seems to be a result of this, considering there's no other rational reason that having Resurrective Immortality would also allow him to heal rapidly from non-fatal wounds.
  • Resurrective Immortality: He survives being impaled with a live electric wire in the pilot, and when Liv asks How Is That Even Possible?, John just chalks it up to his "survival skills" and doesn't bother to explain any further. It is referenced again in "Danse Vaudou," where he is stabbed to death by a ghost, but after a few minutes, his wounds rapidly heal and he wakes up, not so much as dazed by the ordeal. It is later revealed that John once drunkenly cast a spell on Chas that was supposed to be a legend, so when he was in an accident he absorbed the souls of 47 people and for every time he dies he loses one of them. Once he runs out, he dies for good.
  • The Stoic: The only time he visibly expresses emotions about anything is when he's physically injured. Or when Pazuzu mocked him about losing his father and daughter.
  • The Quiet One: Not very chatty, he seems to prefer to let John do the talking.
  • Two First Names: Per the DC Comics norm.
  • Undying Loyalty: He sticks by John through thick and thin, even after the Newcastle incident. This is in direct contrast to all of other John's friends who more or less disowned him after it.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Like Zed, Chas's disappeared is also yet to be acknowledged in Legends of Tomorrow.; so if he's still around or finally ran out of extra souls is a mystery.

Human Sorcerers

     Papa Midnite 

Papa Midnite

Species: Empowered human

Played by: Michael James Shaw

Appearances: Constantine

Voodoo king and John's nemesis, Papa Midnite is a supernatural crime lord working with soul brokers for some unknown reason.

  • Adaptational Heroism: It's easy to imagine the comic version of Papa Midnite working to fix things when his magic goes off the rails and brings the dead back as ghosts who cause havoc for practical reasons. When this actually happens in the show, however, he seems to have at least some genuine concern for the people who are caught in the middle. Further, in "Waiting for the Man," while he uses his dead sister for information, he also seems to be actively trying to bring her back. In the comics, he not only would never willingly give up her use as a tool, she has to team up with Constantine to escape him.
  • Anti-Villain: From what we've seen so far, there are layers to his character. He uses his powers for profit, but genuinely believes he is helping people in the process. The moment he is shown that his actions have had negative repercussions, he joins forces with Constantine and more or less fully co-operates to solve the issue. For the most part, his antagonistic attitude has been exclusively towards Constantine, but it's heavily implied there has been a grudge between them for quite some time.
  • Big Bad: Word of God said that he would be the main villain of the series. He really was not, he as best John's most recurring nemesis. Then again the series ''was'' cancelled prematurely so...
  • Affably Evil/Faux Affably Evil: Straddles the line between the two, especially around Constantine.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He gets advice from the other side through the skull of his dead sister.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Midnite dabbles in Black Magic for profit, but holds bringing back the dead as a crime against nature.
  • Evil Counterpart: He's very similar to Constantine himself. However, while Constantine primarily uses magic himself and does his own dirty work through enchantments and trinkets, Midnite uses henchmen and tends more toward using enchanted weapons, such as the Ace of Winchesters.
  • Hollywood Voodoo: Complete with a Voodoo Doll of John.
  • Master of One Magic: He is fully committed to Voodoo and thinks of John as a magical "parasite" for taking bits and pieces of magic from different traditions rather than fully committing to a single one.
  • Necromancer: Can raise Voodoo Zombies through a ritual with the Loa.
  • Nothing Personal: Says this to Constantine while using a Voodoo Zombie to kill him to collect the bounty so he can free his sister's soul.
  • Pet the Dog: He seems genuinely support John's crusade against the Rising Darkness once they succeed in putting the dead back where they belong.
  • Synchronization: He felt what his Voodoo Zombie did.
  • Smug Super: More so than Constantine. Papa really looks down on Constantine's dabbling in multiple traditions and considers those like himself, who fully commit to one tradition to be better magic-users. He really likes rubbing it in Constantine's face that he is capable of magic Constantine is not.
  • Wild Card: He more or less does what suits him. In one episode he's shooting John, in the other they're teaming up.
  • Witch Doctor: Gives off vibes of this, using a lot more medical practices (for evil) alongside his magic.
  • Worthy Opponent: While he and Constantine genuinely dislike each other. There are signs that they also respect each others abilities.

     Gary Lester 

Gary "Gaz" Lester

Species: Empowered human

Played by: Jonjo O'Neill

Appearances: Constantine

A struggling heroin addict and an old friend of John from his Newcastle days.

  • Adaptational Heroism: Gary Lester is made more sympathetic than his comic counterpart, who was much more concerned with getting high than helping John stop Mnemoth, and less accepting of having Mnemoth bound inside of him.
  • The Atoner: Like most of the Newcastle crew, his work in the present day is an attempt to make up for what happened to Astra.
  • Addled Addict: Mostly party drugs back before Newcastle but graduated to full blown heroin junkie.
  • The Chew Toy: The universe seems to absolutely despise Gary Lester. First, he's left psychologically scarred by the events of Newcastle. Then, he traps a hunger demon in a bottle but lets it get loose. He gets caught in a zero gravity trap, gets beaten up by thugs, and the list goes on and on. This of course, leads to its logical conclusion of death by hunger demon.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Eaten alive by a hunger demon from the inside out, all while strapped to a bed and screaming in agony.
  • Dead Person Conversation: He briefly appeared by possessing a corpse to tell John he has a bounty on his head.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Gave his life to be Mnemoth's final host by taking in the demon and letting it consume him (and in the process have it unwittingly destroy itself).
  • I Just Want to Be Badass: It's clear he idolizes John Constantine and wants to be a powerful sorcerer like him. His attempt to help the guy who was Mnemoth's prison was his way of doing what John would do.
  • No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Tried to trap the demon Mnemoth when it was already permanently trapped in a human host that was already dying and taking the demon with it. Gary inadvertently let the demon loose on the world and caused numerous deaths in the process.
  • Present Absence: Invoked, when his reflection shows up in one of the Mill House’s mirrors after his death in “A Whole World Out There”. John decides to toast to his memory.
  • Two First Names: Per the DC Comics norm.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Though he has good intentions, a majority of Gary's actions have led to things becoming much worse. His plan to help the poor soul that was possessed by Mnemoth? Led to it possessing and killing more people. Get high while holding a seance and run away when it goes wrong? A girl dies, is damned to Hell and all his friends are left psychologically broken for years to come.

     Felix Faust 

Felix Faust

Species: Empowered human

Played by: Mark Margolis

Appearances: Constantine

An old wizard and contemporary of Constantine (if you could call him that) who was once a second rate sorcerer but now capable of powerful dark magic, including the ability to steal peoples’ souls and put them into terminal comas.

  • Alliterative Name: Felix Faust.
  • Celebrity Paradox: Breaking Bad was mentioned in The Flash (2014). His actor plays a prominent antagonist there.
  • Composite Character: His episode is largely adapted from the comic series All His Engines, which didn't include Faust at all. Faust's role in the show replaces that of the demon Beroul.
  • Deal with the Devil: Typical of Faust, he tends to make deals that screw people over one way or another.
  • Evil Sorcerer: Of the classic robe-wearing, ominous chanting Saruman-style wizard. Felix bases his lair out of a warehouse in Brooklyn, complete with cauldrons, candles and shelves full of potions.
  • Evil Old Folks: This dude looks like he should be in a coffin, but he’s still hanging around causing mischief and malevolent mayhem.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: John and Chas knew him as a second string wizard who frequently lost at poker games; fast forward to the present day, he’s responsible for stealing hundreds of peoples’ souls (including Chas’ daughter) and putting them into a coma that eventually will kill them.
  • In Name Only: Very different from the comic Felix Faust.
  • Meaningful Name: A guy called Faust makes a Deal with the Devil. Shocker.
  • The Resenter: One of his outburst reveals that he deeply resents that fact that Constantine is so naturally good at magic, while people like Faust work their asses off and can’t even get close.
  • Took a Level in Badass: The rising darkness has allowed him to do things that he could only had dreamed off in the past.
  • Taking You with Me: He gets killed when Chas entraps him with the sinew of Achilles's heel and Chas blew himself up with a grenade. Because of Chas's Resurrective Immortality, he comes back but Faust doesn't.

     Anne-Marie Flynn 

Sister Anne-Marie Flynn

Species: Empowered human

Played by: Claire van der Boom

Appearances: Constantine

A nun at a Mexican convent, Anne-Marie was one of John’s old friends from his Newcastle days. She also happened to be one of the members of the séance that damned Astra Logue to Hell, for which was the catalyst that led her to join the nunnery to repent for her sins.

  • Adaptational Attractiveness: The Anne-Marie in the comics is rather old, wrinkly and frumpy. None of those adjectives would (or should) be used to describe Claire van der Boom.
  • Anti-Hero: Incredibly cynical and stand-offish for a nun, and also willing to sacrifice Constantine to an ancient demon in order to save an innocent child’s life.
  • The Atoner: Like any member of the Newcastle crew, she’s spending her life trying to make up for the death/damnation of Astra.
  • The Cynic: Being a friend of Constantine seems to do this to you.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Again, being Constantine’s friend is inevitably bound to make you as sarcastic as him.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Seriously, what is it about Constantine that causes him to produce these types of people? Anne-Marie is definitely not the nicest person (though of course, you don't deal with someone like Constantine with nice words) but she values people's lives and is willing to do anything to protect the people under her care.
  • My Greatest Failure: For her, it's the fact she was one of the people who taught John magic in the first place. In fact she introduced him to it, which is why she hates him so much.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Along with her Naughty Nun status, she performed a spell to distract a few prison guards by summoning a naked apparition of herself.
  • Nun Too Holy: She’s not rebellious or anything, only naughty in the sense of her association to Constantine, Former Teen Rebel status and cynical outlook on the world.
  • Tsundere: Her tsun-tsun side is usually reserved for Constantine, but around others like Chas or the women who come to give birth at the convent she’s sweet and understanding.

     Ritchie Simpson 

Ritchie Simpson

Species: Empowered human

Played by: Jeremy Davies

Appearances: Constantine

Ritchie Simpson is a professor of metaphysics at a local Atlanta university and a former acquaintance of Constantine in Newcastle.

  • The Atoner: Averted. Unlike everyone else at Newcastle, Ritchie's life is largely spent running away from the problems of his past and attempting to forget everything that happened. It's ironic he's trying to do this since he's living in the same city as Constantine.
  • Apathetic Teacher: Downplayed. Ritchie spends his classes barely interacting with his students and playing recordings of past lectures instead of actually teaching them, but he has protégées like Adam and he’s nice to them outside of his lectures. He seems to be growing out of this after three students under his protection are murdered after being trapped in another dimension controlled by a twisted serial killer, and he decides to take the classes again.]
  • Celebrity Paradox:
  • Cowardly Lion: He dreads Constantine’s very presence, afraid of being caught up again in the constantly deadly world of magic that follows in his wake. He however is willing to travel into a dimension controlled by a sadistic serial killer to save a student in his class.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Constantine back in the day before Newcastle. Constantine considered Ritchie his true partner in crime because he was the only one that didn’t worship Constantine like a god.
  • Hollywood Hacking: He shuts down Atlanta's power grid to weaken Furcifer.
  • I Choose to Stay: Subverted. When he learns how to control the dimension Jacob Shaw created, he strongly considers leaving the material world behind, believing that he could be happy and become like a god there. Then Constantine talks him out of it, turning this into an Anti-Escapism Aesop.
  • Nice Guy: He’s considerate with everyone he meets (Constantine, notwithstanding), including Liv and the students at his university.
  • Properly Paranoid: He freaks out when he sees Constantine enter his office, and he's right to seeing as a trail of death and destruction is virtually a guarantee when you hang around with someone like John Constantine.
  • Reality Warper: Learns how to control the imagined dimension created by Jacob Shaw, becoming near-omnipotent. He entertains the thought of staying there but Constantine convinces that this was another way of just running away from his past.
  • Southern-Fried Genius: A professor of metaphysics and computer hacker with a strong Southern drawl.
  • Snark-to-Snark Combat: As a friend of Constantine, it’s obvious that he would inevitably become a Deadpan Snarker. Like Anne-Marie Flynn he’s one of the few that can keep up with John in a verbal spat.
  • Two First Names: Per the DC Comics norm.

     Damien Darhk 


Other Magic Users

     Esrin Fortuna 

Esrin Fortuna

Species: Empowered human

Played by: Gabriella Wright

Appearances: Arrow

An immortal shaman who is a friend of John Constantine and teaches Oliver light magic.

  • All-Powerful Bystander: As Felicity points out, she doesn't like Darhk, but doesn't do anything to stop him, to which she explains immortals like her don't intervene.
    Esrin: It's not the way of things. We immortals tend to stay out of the affairs of men.
  • Ambiguously Human: It's never made clear if she was a human who gained immortality, or if she was never human to begin with and merely has a human appearance.
  • Badass Teacher: She teaches Oliver light-based magic to counteract Darhk's dark based magic, and of course it goes without saying she's a powerful magic user herself.
  • Canon Foreigner: Was created specifically for Arrow and has no comic counterpart.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She knows dark based magic, but is aligned with good, or at the very least neutral.
  • Immortality: A true immortal who cannot die.
  • It Amused Me: An immortal shaman who likes playing blackjack because it's a hobby of hers.
  • Lady of Black Magic: An elegant, immortal shaman dressed in a sheer black dress who is very knowledgeable in magic, able to use dark magic was to create waves of dark, ethereal gas that makes the target feel all the darkness in their lives.
  • Noodle Incident: Constantine owed her money at some point.

     Liv Aberdine 

Liv Aberdine

Species: Empowered human

Played by: Lucy Griffiths

Appearances: Constantine

Formerly an employee at a rental car company, Liv is thrown into the world of magic when the demon Furcifer is sent to kill her. Her late father was Jasper Winters, a powerful sorcerer and an old friend of John Constantine, who left her with a powerful magic amulet.

  • Dropped After the Pilot: Was originally supposed to be part of the main cast, but due to poor reception about her character, she was written out of the show and replaced by Zed Martin.
  • Protective Charm: At the end of the pilot, John puts a "cloaking spell" on her before she leaves for California.

     Courtney Whitmore / Stargirl 

Magically altered individuals

     Mari McCabe / Vixen II 


     Oliver Queen 

     Baron Reiter 

     Taiana Venediktova 

     Benatu Eshu 

     Rory Regan / Ragman 

     Amaya Jiwe / Vixen I 

     Nora Darhk 

     Zari Tomaz 


     John Degan 

Non-human Magic Users


Magical Fugitives

    Unnamed Unicorn 

Unnamed Unicorn

Species: Unicorn

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The first magical creature the Legends have to apprehend in Season 4.

  • Black Comedy: It's probably difficult to have a killer unicorn and not get a few dark laughs. Special mention goes to the team's awe at the unicorn being replaced with shock and horror when it gores a hapless victim. A bystander looks at his own unicorn t-shirt with an expression of absolute terror, and it's all played for laughs. It later bites off one of Gary's nipples and it is again played for laughs.
  • Bright Is Not Good: A beautiful unicorn that trails rainbows and sprays glitter....and it is also a savage, flesh-eating monster.
  • Fantastic Drug: The Unicorn's goo works as a hallucinogen, much to everyone's joy at the Woodstock Festival in 1969.
  • Hellish Horse: Once John's banishing spell rips off its veneer, it is revealed to be hairless and emaciated with bloody fangs.
  • No-Sell: Outright ignores Mick's flamethrower.
  • Starter Villain: The first villainous magical creature the Legends have to send back to it's prison in Season 4.
  • Torso with a View: The results of the unicorn's kills after it gores its victims and eats their hearts.

     Fairy Godmother 

Fairy Godmother

Species: Fairy

Played by: Jane Carr

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A mystical being with the power of wish bestowal. She was serving various humans, before eventually being banished to Mallus's realm. After Mallus was freed and his escape opened the door for other mystical beings banished to his realm, she became a magical fugitive who was hiding in Salem, Massachusetts during the Witch Trials, intent on bringing vengeance upon humans.

  • The Bus Came Back: She was banished to hell early in Season 4 but makes a return in "Legends of To-Meow-Meow" as the partner of Mick Rory in the altered timeline.
  • Casting Gag: Her actress voiced Mama Cosma in The Fairly OddParents!. Both are Fairy God Parents with similar personalities.
  • The Corrupter: She cannot act without the consent of the person she is in contract with, so to do as she pleases she must convince said person to act with malice.
  • Dragged Off to Hell: Her ultimate fate, after refusing to take John as her next host.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": She's exclusively addressed by her job title.
  • Evil Old Folks: Has an appearance of a loving grandmother but is rotten to the core.
  • Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon: She looks as sweet and wholesome as the name implies. She's actually jaded, nasty, and more than a little sadistic. She's downright gleeful at the idea of feeding the Legends to a murder of hungry crows, and happily anticipates raining fire down on Salem before Prudence rejects her.
  • Fairy Godmother: On the surface appears to be the sweet and kindly version, complete with singing and sparkly magic, but is actually a malevolent parasite that grants its host's wishes in order to feed off their life force.
  • Fairy Devilmother: While she has the guise of a stereotypical Fairy Godmother, she is revealed to have malicious intent.
  • Faux Affably Evil: She plays up her sweet reputation and maternal exterior to get on Prudence's good side, but her manipulative tendencies are well on display and any apparent sweetness hides an incredibly vicious and sadistic personality.
  • Feathered Fiend: Appears to be preferred method of terro.
  • Light Is Not Good: A typical fairy dressed in blue just like the ones found in fairy tales. However, she's a rotten soul.
  • Reality Warper: One of the most extreme reality warpers shown thus far in the Arrowverse, able to turn the Legends into living puppets.
  • Replacement Goldfish: She becomes Mick's third replacement for Captain Cold, being seen with Cold's full getup and wielding the Cold Gun as she helps Mick to rob a bank.
  • True Blue Femininity: Wears a blue gown.
  • Villain Has a Point: She sarcastically asks Zari if she can tell Prudence that people have stopped persecuting the different in the future, and Zari is forced to admit that they haven't.
  • Villain of the Week: For Legends Season 4, Episode 2.


     The Shtriga 

Shtriga / "Chad Stephens"

Species: Shtriga

Portrayed By: Mason Trueblood

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

An unnamed male shtriga, masquerading as a camp counselor under the guise of "Chad Stephens".

     Brigid's diary and creations 

Brigid's diary

Species: Magical book

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A magical book created by the Celtic goddess Brigid as a gift to humans, which can bring their thoughts to life.

  • Rewriting Reality: It has the power to bring imaginary things to life. Which can be a good thing...or a horrible thing, when you are as traumatized as Ishirō Honda.


Species: Fictional Kaijū brought to life

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

Tagumo was a fictional character created by Ishirō Honda, which came to life when he wrote about it in Brigid's diary. It then went on a rampage, before it was stopped by Garima, Queen of Thanzanon, a fellow creation of the diary.

Garima, Queen of Thanzanon

see the Legends page

     The Minotaur 


Species: Minotaur

Portrayed By: Daniel Cudmore

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

The legendary Minotaur of Crete, who was banished to Mallus' realm until he escaped after the latters destruction.

  • A Load of Bull: Naturally.
  • An Axe to Grind: Carries a huge battle axe.
  • Bullet Catch: Has extremely fast reflexes, good enough to block gunfire with his axe.
  • Disownment: Suffered this at the hands of his father.
  • Human Head on the Wall: His fate at the hands of the Custodians of the Chronology in an altered timeline.
  • Not Evil, Just Misunderstood: According to Charlie, the Minotaur just wants to hide away from the world, more specifically his father, that rejected him. In fact, he is "defeated" by Hank Heywood playing a song to calm him down, similar to the Minotaur's mother always playing him lullabys.
  • Super Strength: Handily overpowers Nate in his steel form.

     "Mike the Spike" 

"Mike the Spike"

Species: Dybbuk

Portrayed/Voiced By: Paul Reubens

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A dybbuk, a type of malevolent spirit from Jewish mythology, who has assumed the name of a famous serial killer.

  • Bond Villain Stupidity: Knocking Ray unconscious and not finishing him off. He seems to avoid attacking anyone but blondes in general.
  • Creepy Doll: He possesses an antebellum doll to act as a serial killer in New Orleans. After this body is fried and captured by the Legends, he possesses the Stein puppet made by Leo Snart. Mick considers this even worse.
  • Expy: He is one for Chucky.
  • Pintsized Powerhouse: Is extremely strong and agile when he possesses a doll.
  • Serial Killer: Racked up a bodycount after escaping from Mallus' realm.
  • Slashers Prefer Blondes: Mike seems to prefer attacking blondes over anyone else.
  • Vocal Dissonance: He sounds....odd, to say the least.



Species: Kaupe

Portrayed By: Darien Martin

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A Kaupe, a magical creature based on Hawaiian Mythology. He quickly forms a bond with Mona.

  • Absurdly Sharp Claws: Which he puts to good use.
  • Adaptational Heroism: It's not clear if it applies only to him or if he is a Token Heroic Orc. Nevertheless, Konane is far from the malicious, cannibalistic spirit he and his species are based on.
  • Bruiser with a Soft Center: He is quite a beast in combat, when provoked enough, but he is actually quite gentle and downright sweet.
  • The Dog Bites Back: Eventually breaks free from and kills two especially zealous and violent Time Bureau agents.
  • Interspecies Romance: He and Mona get close to each other. Sadly, they have to say goodbye to each other, and then Konane gets murdered.
  • In the Back: He gets shot in the back by a Time Bureau agent and dies.
  • Scary Teeth: As seen in the picture.
  • Super Senses: Has an extremely advanced sense of smell.
  • Super Strength: Much stronger than humans. He can also jump quite high.
  • Unstoppable Rage: When he kills the two abusive Time Bureau agents, he unfortunately also wounds Mona in a blind rage.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Becomes a famous luchador during the 60's in Mexico, where he first escape to with Mona's help.



Species: Leprechaun

Portrayed By: Wesley MacInnes

Appearances: Legends of Tomorrow

A leprechaun and an old acquaintance of Charlie.

  • Leprechaun: Though he doesn't look like a classical one.
  • Old Friend: Of Charlie.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: So far, the audience only saw him during the aberrant timeline, where the Custodians of the Chronology shot him dead on the spot. He has yet to appear in the normal timeline.


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