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Main Cast

     Diana Prince (Wonder Woman)
Leader. Courageous. Competitive.
Voiced By: Grey Delisle

"Wonder Woman is a natural-born leader who gives us a peek inside the life of Super Hero High. She has Super Strength, can fly, is nearly invincible, and is the glue that holds her crew together."

  • The Ace: She is exceptionally skilled in many areas of super-heroics and general life skills
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: While always a hero, most modern incarnations are somewhat aggressive and ready to battle. Here, her rougher edges are smoothed out, and she has a gentler personality who prefers reaching others through her heart, which is closer to her traditional personality.
  • Age Lift: Wonder Woman is typically an adult, but this version is a teenager in high school and around the same age as Supergirl and Batgirl.
  • All-Loving Hero: Even after Cheetah made Giganta go on a rampage just to one-up her and tied her in her own lasso, she still couldn't let anything bad happen to her, believing that she has some good in her.
  • Ambiguously Bi: From the times she's interacted with Steve Trevor, there's some light ship teasing between them, usually giving compliments. However, she has quite a few interactions with her friends that can be interpreted as intimate, such as the roommate situation with Harley in "Roomies" or the number of group hugs she takes part in, like in "Electric Charge". Her interactions with Batgirl and Supergirl in the Lego projects would not feel out of place in a marriage. Wonder Woman is bisexual in the comics, but it's unknown if that also applies to this incarnation.
  • Audience Surrogate: Pretty downplayed; Diana has an identity of her own and serves to just be the interactive eyes and ears of the viewers.
  • Badass Adorable: As a child in a flashback in part 2 of "Truth Of The Lasso", she was able to take on a three-headed dog monster when trying to protect Barbera Ann Minerva, who would go on to be Cheetah. As a teenager, she's a certified badass.
  • Butt-Monkey: A frequent victim of Amusing Injuries in almost every episode.
  • Expy: Of Frankie Stein, in terms of being the clueless, nervous new girl and being the protagonist (at least Frankie was in Generation 1) to Supergirl's more traditional "lead" design (blondes sell more dolls, so toy stores say — much like Draculaura's pink appeal).
  • Dark and Troubled Past: The Legends of Atlantis movie showed that she almost drowned as a child when she was nearly attacked by sea monsters.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Flashbacks in "Truth of the Lasso" and "Legends of Atlantis" show that she used to always go barefoot as a child.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: Established in "All About Super Hero High", Wonder Woman is oblivious to socializing within a high school environment. A simple handshake from Hal Jordan was mistaken for a sparring match, prompting the Amazon to hurl the hero across the campus. This hasn't shown up since, though.
  • Flying Brick: She can fly, and is super strong and durable.
  • The Leader: Takes this role in the main team, though so far they're only a solid team in the graphic novel.
  • Nice Girl: She's nice, altruistic, and considerate of others.
  • Pubescent Braces: She wore braces when she was younger but they were removed before the series.
  • Throwing Your Shield Always Works: Just like another star-spangled superhero, she carries a disc-shaped shield that doubles as a boomerang.
  • Trigger: In Legends of Atlantis, she has PTSD from childhood when she remembers how the Trench Monsters nearly dragged her to her death, at childhood.
  • The Voiceless: She does not speak in her own Hero Of The Month short.
  • "Well Done, Son" Guy: Well, she always wants to impress her mother, so she fits the spirit of the trope
  • Younger and Hipper: Made a teenager per the target audience.

     Kara Zor-El (Supergirl)
Sweet. Awkward. Fun-Loving.
Voiced By: Anais Fairweather (Shea Fontana series, Lego projects)

"The new girl in a new school on a new planet, Supergirl has a lot to learn before she can become a full-fledged Superhero, but she's powerfully persistent with super strength and x-ray vision."

  • Adaptational Comic Relief: In the Lego projects, she's much goofier and prone to making jokes, and while not an idiot, she is more whimsical and not as intelligent.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: One of her official bios said, "She is the most powerful teen on earth... if only she could stop tripping over her own two feet."
  • The Ditz: Not in the main series itself, but in the Lego shorts and projects based on the series, she's noticeably more flighty and eccentric than usual and not as intelligent. She's still no idiot though.
  • Does Not Know Her Own Strength: "Doubles Trouble." She turns this to her advantage to take down the Double Dare Twins.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: Similar to Wonder Woman, Kara is going to have to adjust to high school life during her first year on Earth.
  • Flying Brick: She can fly and is super strong and tough.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: One of her traits is "sweet," after all, and she of course has golden hair
  • Modesty Shorts: She's wearing tight shorts under her skirt.
  • Nice Girl: She's shown as being very willing to help others whenever she can.
  • Shipper on Deck: In the comics, she is shown to be this for Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor. In "Out of the Bottle" Supergirl writes a comic with both Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor as characters and she makes a scene with Steve initiating a Love Confession with Wonder Woman. In "Date With Disaster" Supergirl, Bumblebee, and Harley attempt to matchmake Steve and Wonder Woman so they'll go to a dance together.
  • Super Strength: She's got superhuman strength as a result of being Kryptonian. Though it backfires on more than one occasion.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: The graphic novel establishes that Supergirl loves garlic knots.

     Karen Duncan (Bumblebee)
Bubbly. Outgoing. Scientific Genius.
Voiced By: Teala Dunn

"Bubbly Bumblebee is the happy-go-lucky girl who can shrink to the size of a bee with the aid of her ingenious Bumblebee Tech."

  • Adaptation Name Change: Downplayed. Duncan is her married last name to Mal Duncan in the comics. Her last name when single is Beecher.
  • Adaptation Personality Change: In the main series, she's down to earth and humble, and has the desire to prove her worth. While she maintains the latter in the Lego projects, said projects make her more snarky and full of herself.
  • Animal-Themed Superbeing: Bees, of course.
  • Clothes Make the Superman: She doesn't have any inherent powers. Her abilities come from her outfit.
  • Facial Profiling: In the cartoon, anyway. In the toy line, she has the same face mold as the others.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Her inventions prove incredibly useful against Shark King at the dockyards.
  • Magnetic Hero: As part of the school's welcoming committee, she befriends just about everybody, and while no one's profile has yet listed her as a best friend, she gets along well with the whole school.
  • Nice Girl: Her bubbly personality makes her fit this trope like a glove
  • Shipper on Deck: In "Date with Disaster" Bumblebee joins in on Harley and Supergirl's matchmaker scheme and also pitches the idea of starting with Steve Trevor and Wonder Woman.
  • Sizeshifter: Her main unique superpower is being able to shrink.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Anything with honey.
  • Wrench Wench: She's gone inside electronics to repair them both in the show and in the graphic novel.

     Harleen Quinzel (Harley Quinn)
Fun. Unorganized. Unpredictable.
Voiced By: Tara Strong

"Harley is the wacky class clown with an unhinged sense of humor. She's unorganized, unpredictable, and unbalanced, but boy is she fun!"

  • Abled in the Adaptation: She's just wacky, not mentally ill like as often implied with her comic incarnation.
  • Adaptational Backstory Change: She's too young to be either a psychiatrist or a psychologist, so this was a given. She only knows the Joker from her childhood. What is stated about her past is that she wanted to be a superhero since she was little.
  • Adaptational Heroism: Psychotic girlfriend to The Joker in previous incarnations. Watered down to merely a quirky clown here, though she was already a hero in the comics at the same time. This means that her entire backstory has been changed (which was a given considering she's too young to go to medical school in the first place). It's only briefly been referenced, with Harley saying she wanted to be a superhero since she was a little girl. Not that she's above pulling crazy stunts.
  • Ambiguously Gay: While she is close with Beast Boy, it's more like a sibling relationship, and is the only boy she's very close to. Conversely, she seems to have plenty of moments with her friends that are potentially romantic.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Harley isn't an idiot, as shown by her elaborately goofy inventions, but she is more prone to goofing off and messing around with others.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: On top of being the Class Clown.
  • Cute, but Cacophonic: In true Harley tradition- a fun personality with a grating accent.
  • Genki Girl: She's probably the most enthusiastic character featured so far; in this respect, she's the absolute opposite of Poison Ivy. Simply rooming with Wonder Woman ("Roomies") and meeting her ("All About Super Hero High") cause her to go into Motor Mouth mode and pull out her tricks.
  • Girlish Pigtails: As is traditional for Harley, mirroring her original hat and accentuating her personality.
  • Innocently Insensitive / Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Harley can be mischievous and rebellious, but it's never out of malice, and she always pulls through for her friends in the end. See for yourself.
  • Large Ham: Usually when something really good happens.
  • The Prankster: As Wonder Woman found out the painful way the first time she shook her hand.
  • Pungeon Master: If there's an Incredibly Lame Pun to be made, she'll come up with it.
  • Simpleton Voice: Exaggerated comical voice, check. And while hardly dumb, she is not exactly the deepest thinker of the lot.
  • Tomboy: She loves pranking and is very acrobatic.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to Poison Ivy's Girly Girl.

     Tatsu Yamashiro (Katana)
Funky. Fearless. Worldly.
Voiced By: Stephanie Sheh

"Katana is a funky creative who is on the cutting edge of the arts, martial and otherwise. A fiercely loyal friend, she's worldly, opinionated, and fearless."

  • Adaptation Personality Change: In the main series, she's calm and level-headed, with a creative flair. In the Lego projects, she's more of a risk taker with a competitive streak, with her fighting skills more pronounced.
  • Advertised Extra: Doesn't get much of a role until the first graphic novel, but she's in the core six. Unfortunately, she doesn't get a prominent role in Hero of the Year. Although, she does finally get to be the main character in Doubles Trouble and eventually gets her own Hero of the Year episode.
  • Badass Normal: Was able to take down the Double Dare twins with nothing but combat skills and art supplies.
  • Cool Big Sis: She's pretty chill when interacting with others.
  • Fashion Designer: She loves art and fashion, and she designed and made Batgirl's suit in Super Hero High.
  • Human Pet: While Katana still talks to her sword like a living being, her profile compares it to talking to a pet. Given that, in the comics, there's a person in there...
  • Nice Girl: Definitely one of the characters who will always be there for others.
  • They Call Him "Sword": A katana is a type of Japanese sword (in fact, it's just the Japanese word for sword).
  • Toyless Toy Line Character: In the initial lineup, anyway, outside of her SDCC-exclusive doll.

     Pamela Isley (Poison Ivy)
Genius. Awkward. Shy.
Voiced By: Tara Strong

"Botany genius Poison Ivy, is a socially awkward shrinking violet who is far more comfortable with her plants that she can summon than with people."

  • Adaptational Heroism: Normally a violent Anti-Villain, Pamela here is portrayed as a sweet, but socially awkward, character, and a straight heroic figure. She's also more often referred to as "Ivy" than "Poison Ivy".
  • Adaptational Modesty: Justified, as her usual (villainous) versions almost always are at least somewhat The Vamp, and thus wear little clothes (or just use plants as "clothes). This version is rather shy and doesn't usually want to attract attention, so just wears a conservative green dress.
  • Berserk Button: To her plants. They can be a little too protective of her.
  • Better with Non-Human Company: The polar opposite of Harley Quinn in this regard. While she does have social skills, she's incredibly awkward and prefers to work with plants. Principal Waller had to push her to join a club.
  • Fiery Redhead: Inverted. She is very reserved and docile.
  • Girly Girl: She is timid and gentle. She takes very great care of her plants.
  • Green Thumb: She can make plants grow, sometimes out of the ground, and manipulate them into creatures. Not always with the desired results.
  • Nice Girl: She's shy and reserved, but still a very kind person.
  • Non-Indicative Name: This version of her never uses any poison, likely because poison is usually regarded as an evil power.
  • Redhead In Green: She's a redhead whose attire is mostly green. Helps that she has a Green Thumb.
  • Shrinking Violet: According to her bio, she's more of a "plant person" than a people person. This shy personality is in-line with her comic version before her Start of Darkness.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Like her comic book/90's cartoon counterpart, she has these traits.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Girly Girl to Harley's Tomboy.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Just because she's another case of Adaptational Heroism doesn't mean her plants can't still be dangerous.

     Barbara Gordon (Batgirl)
Cool. Complicated. Reserved.
Voiced By: Mae Whitman (Shea Fontana series; seasons 1-4), Ashlyn Selich (LEGO projects) (Shea Fontana series; season 5-present)

"Batgirl is the resident computer genius of Super Hero High. With her innovative technology and default detective disposition, Batgirl proves you don't have to be born with superpowers."

  • Abled in the Adaptation: Her incarnation of Oracle is able-bodied rather than wheelchair-bound. She was also Oracle before becoming Batgirl, rather than the other way around.
  • Adaptational Backstory Change: Her backstory doesn't tie into Batman's. Her name comes from her affinity for bats.
  • Adaptational Dye-Job: Her outfit in the main series is dark blue. In the Lego projects, it's purple.
  • Badass Normal: She has no powers, but is great with combat and technology.
  • Civvie Spandex: Similar to her New 52 version, parts of her costume use casual street clothing like her jacket and hood combo.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She wears a dark bat costume and is one of the heroes.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She lets out quite a few quippy remarks.
  • Dude Magnet: She seems to attract a few villains.
  • Mad Libs Catchphrase: "Pow! [noun] on!"
  • No Social Skills: Subverted and somewhat implied. Batgirl has generally good social skills, but because her father sheltered her, she lacked some life skills like driving and survival and is known for going all out with technology.
  • Nice Girl: Despite the sass and sarcasm, she's as loving, caring, and compassionate as some of her teammates, namely Supergirl.
  • Secret Identity: She eventually has a secret identity. As far as her classmates are concerned, it's apparently an Open Secret.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Naturally. "Riddle My Heart" has her turn down the Riddler's offer to go to the dance since the challenges he set up to impress her nearly got her friends and innocent people hurt. "Batnapped" has Killer Moth offer her a chance to be his partner, but she turned it down since she was kidnapped and forced against her will.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: The BAT part of the name of her devices is shorthand for "Barbara Assistant Tech," honest!

Super Hero High Staff

    Amanda Waller 

Principal Amanda Waller

  • Adaptational Heroism: The original Amanda Waller is a Nominal Hero at best and would be hilariously unsuited for overseeing a superhuman high school, being the head of a black ops squad of supervillains.
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: She has her New 52 design, where she's thinner than normal.
  • Not So Above It All: While still a reasonable authority figure, there are times she can act somewhat immature and not so different from the students. For example, in the Lego Brain Drain movie, she's shown to be just as excited about seeing Opposite Direction as the students.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: She can be reasoned with if people think she's being too harsh, and she plays by the rules, such as accepting a demerit from Hawkgirl for talking in the library during the filming of Hawkgirl's Hero of the Month spot.

    Gorilla Grodd 

Vice Principal Grodd
Voiced By: John DiMaggio

    Crazy Quilt 

Crazy Quilt
Voiced By: Tom Kenny

  • Adaptational Heroism: Normally an obscure Batman villain (that no one can really take seriously). Now he's the fashion teacher at Super Hero High.
  • The Dandy: With that type of outfit? Can't not be a dandy.
  • The Fashionista: Quilt's a male example who's very knowledgeable about super suit designing and enthusiastically teaches a fashion class.

    James Gordon 

Commissioner James Gordon

Voiced By: Tom Kenny

Super Hero High Schoolmates

    Hal Jordan (Green Lantern) 

Hal Jordan (Green Lantern)
Voiced By: Josh Keaton

    Garfield Logan (Beast Boy) 

Garfield Logan (Beast Boy)
Voiced By: Greg Cipes

    Shiera Sanders (Hawkgirl) 

Shiera Sanders (Hawkgirl)
Voiced By: Nika Futterman

  • Ambiguously Brown: Averted. While she appears to be a Venezuelan and sometimes speaks Spanish, she's actually an alien. Also, it has been confirmed that she's Shiera, not Kendra.
  • Cool Big Sis: As long as you follow the rules, she's pretty easygoing.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She may want to enforce the rules and is no-nonsense, but she still cares for others.
  • Yellow Sash of Power: Her first appearance ("All About Super Hero High") had her chase down Cheetah for "breaking the hallway speed limit". Bumblebee's side commentary confirmed the role.

    Barbara Ann Minerva (Cheetah) 

Barbara Ann Minerva (Cheetah)
Voiced By: Ashley Eckstein

  • Animal-Themed Superbeing: Much like her comic book counterpart, she shares some obvious physical traits of a cheetah.
  • Cats Are Mean: This also extends to catgirls, apparently.
  • Demoted to Extra: In Hero of the Year, and subsequent episodes. This is trope is subverted in the Season 4 story, "Truth of the Lasso", which also introduces Cheetah's backstory.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: In the finale of the Season 4 story, "Truth of the Lasso", Cheetah tries to use the Lasso of Truth, which she stole, against Wonder Woman to expose her embarrassing, selfish side to the world at large. This fails because Wonder Woman has no such selfishness to speak of, which Cheetah refuses to believe.
  • Evil Is Cool: This was Barbara Ann Minerva's biggest motivation to become Cheetah. She thought transforming into a powerful beast and becoming dishonest was "cool". Unfortunately, her mother was too concerned with work to say otherwise. Cheetah was also put off by Wonder Woman's desire to be her friend, even during their time as children.
  • Expy: Of Toralei, another mean cat girl. She even has the same smug delivery and love of pranks to sabotage a "rival" who would otherwise leave her alone.
  • Karma Houdini:
    • In "Power Outage" she gets off scot-free for sabotaging Wonder Woman's belt in her test of flight.
    • Ditto in Weaponomics despite it happening in clear view of Lucius Fox.
    • Finally subverted in "Saving the Day", when Wonder Woman used her Lasso of Truth to save Cheetah, and she confessed all the things she'd done including causing trouble for Wonder Woman, which earned her detention. From there on, she's consistently punished in some way when doing something bad.
  • Manipulative Bastard: She stole Giganta's earrings in order to cause a distraction that allowed her to steal the Lasso of Truth from Wonder Woman.
  • One-Steve Limit: She wants her mom to call her Bobbi. She shares a first name with Barbara Gordon.
  • Parental Neglect: Her mother was an archeologist, a Workaholic and a neglectful parent. It's part of the reason why Cheetah behaves badly even as a teenager.
  • Super Reflexes: She effortlessly out-maneuvered a flying Hawkgirl.
    • Super Speed: She was seen prior speeding very quickly through the hallways.
  • The Rival: Typically to Wonder Woman.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: It's not much, but she does have more genuinely good moments and is nowhere near as mean as she was early on.
  • Unknown Rival: Wonder Woman calls her an acquaintance at best and has more important things to do than deal with her, but Cheetah is bent on embarrassing her and showing her up.
  • Was Once a Man: When she was a little girl, Barbara Ann Minerva scratched herself with the Claw of Deceit, an Amazon artifact, to become a powerful beast. She could transform between her human and beast forms at will.

    M'gann M'orzz (Miss Martian) 

M'gann M'orzz (Miss Martian)
Voiced By: Cristina Pucelli

  • Adaptation Personality Change: She's shyer than in the comics.
  • Character Tic: Whenever she gets scared or nervous, she often says "eep" when turning invisible.
  • Green-Skinned Space Babe: She is a green-skinned girl from Mars.
  • Lovable Coward: She tends to get scared quite easily, yet is very nice nonetheless.
  • Shrinking Violet: When Bumblebee introduced Wonder Woman to Megan and Starfire ("All About Super Hero High"), Megan simply reacted by meeping and turning invisible. This would become her usual go-to reaction whenever startled or intimidated.

    Koriand'r (Starfire) 

Koriand'r (Starfire)
Voiced By: Hynden Walch

  • Good Is Not Dumb: While a bit naive, she's good at reading emotions, is kind to everyone, and is very good at fighting.
  • Verbal Tic: She never uses contractions (so she will always say "I am" instead of "I'm" or "Is not" instead of "Isn't"), and has the tendency to add "the" in the most of her sentences, since she doesn't quite understand Earth grammar. Weirdly, her grammar is pretty much perfect in the earlier books. Her sister Blackfire also has better grammar than she does.

    Caitlin Snow (Frost) 

Caitlin Snow (Frost)
Voiced By: Danica McKellar

  • Adaptational Heroism: Instead of being one of Firestorm's foes, she's instead a slightly aloof, but otherwise good person. Also, she's Caitlin Snow, not the more snarky Louise Lincoln from the Suicide Squad storyline.
  • Ambiguously Bi: Some scenes show her eagerly hanging out with Flash. Though we also have episodes like "Frost's Bite" and "Jetsetters", where she has intimate moments with Miss Martian and Wonder Woman respectively, particularly hanging out in the sauna with the former and being concerned when she's frozen in the latter.
  • An Ice Person: Her core power.
  • Blessed with Suck: Suffers Power Incontinence when she gets sick. This makes it very hard to treat her and she has to let her colds run their course.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While somewhat cold and takes pride in her intelligence, she will not hesitate to help others in need. Although she was a bit mean in her early appearances.
  • Never Say "Die": Her Adaptational Name Change from "Killer Frost" to "Frost". Justified in that she's not a villain here.
  • Sweet Tooth: If the Lego Super Villain High movie is any indication, she likes eating ice cream for breakfast.

    Carol Ferris (Star Sapphire) 

Carol Ferris (Star Sapphire)
Voiced By: Jessica DiCicco

  • Adaptational Heroism: In the early comics, whenever Carol was Star Sapphire, she was a Yandere under the gem's influence. Here, she's a hero even with it.
  • Ms. Vice Girl: She can be snobby and vain, but will still do the right thing.

    Selina Kyle (Catwoman) 

Selina Kyle (Catwoman)
Voiced By: Cristina Pucelli

  • Animal-Themed Superbeing: Cats.
  • Distracted by the Shiny: She spots anything that is shiny, from the Amulet of Harmonia to Batgirl's van to Wonder Woman's tiara.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She may not hesitate to get what she wants through underhanded means, yet she's also just as willing to help others. She's also good friends with Frost.
  • Kleptomaniac Hero: She is more this here than a true thief. While she has been mean, she's not as mean as her friend Cheetah, although she is quite manipulative. She and Cheetah have also gotten Wonder Woman in trouble.
  • Sticky Fingers: There's a reason why she is known as a thief. Since she's an orphan, she basically had to steal to survive.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: While she usually wears jeans and keeps her hair short, she's not afraid to dress up and always wears lipstick and eye shadow. Also, she may wear colored contacts, since they change from blue to green.

    Sandra Woosan (Lady Shiva) 

Sandra Woosan (Lady Shiva)
Voiced By: Tania Gunadi

  • Adaptational Heroism: She maintains the hot-blooded combat prowess of her mainstream counterpart, but is shifted towards helping others.
  • Ambiguously Bi: She and Flash have a ship tease moment in her Hero Of The Month episode, but she's also shown to have some really emotional moments with Big Barda.
  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Well, girl in this case, but she's both efficient in combat and not one to trust others easily.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's hotheaded, no-nonsense, and can't trust people easily, but her heart is in the right place. Harley Quinn also thinks she's funny.

    Big Barda 

Big Barda
Voiced By: Misty Lee

  • Big Eater: Due to her size, she's been shown to eat more than others. Especially mashed potatoes. However, she and Harley were disgusted by Supergirl's fish smoothie.
  • The Big Guy: She's one of the physically strongest and tallest characters.
  • Blood Knight: Well, she was raised on Apokalips by the Female Furies, so she's got this down-packed.
  • Friend to All Children: In the "It's A Superful Life" episode, she reads a story to a little girl in the hospital. She appreciates it.
  • Heel–Face Turn: She starts at the end of "Super Hero High", and then cements it in "Hero Of The Year".
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While she can get a bit aggressive, she's still one to fight for others.
  • Nice Girl: On her best days. Although she thinks handing out Valentine's cards is "gross".

    Jessica Cruz (Green Lantern) 

Jessica Cruz (Green Lantern)
Voiced By: Cristina Milizia

  • Character Development: While still growing, she went from a scaredy cat who doesn't want the pressure of being a hero to a more confident girl who will not hesitate to help others.
  • Convenient Replacement Character: She becomes the new Green Lantern when Hal Jordan leaves Earth.
  • Face Your Fears: She must do this to become the new Green Lantern. When Sinestro's yellow energy dragon construct attacks, Jessica creates three constructs of Batgirl, Supergirl, and Wonder Woman to do so.
  • Nice Girl: She is definitely a pleasant person to be around.
  • Took a Level in Badass: After gaining confidence, she effortlessly takes on Sinestro. She slaps him down with a giant energy hand, then while he's stunned, she uses a green kitten to take away his power ring.


Voiced By: Erica Lindbeck

  • Adaptational Modesty: Given her age, it's natural that she wears a leotard that covers more skin.
  • All-Loving Hero: All she wants is a good home to be accepted by others, helping as much as she can. She goes out of her way to not fight others or at least inflict minimal damage. She even feels sorry for her sister, Siren, even when she tried taking over Atlantis, sad that she couldn't stay on the path of good.
  • Ambiguously Bi: She's shown blushing when she and Aquaman accidentally touch each other when giving him his trident back. At the same time, she's shown to really want to show Wonder Woman that she's a good person. What really sells it is a flashback in the Legends of Atlantis movie, where she unhesitatingly steps in to save Wonder Woman from drowning, and found just saving her satisfying enough even without proper credit. Also, when she produces an oxygen bubble for Bumblebee so she can breathe underwater, she blows it out as a kiss. Being voiced by the openly bi Erica Lindbeck it is helping that.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Let's just say things get rough at school when she messes up.
  • Fish out of Water: Fits this trope in more ways than one. She's literally powerless without water.
  • Nice Girl: Despite her poor background, she still maintains a sweet and selfless personality.
  • Remember the New Guy?: Her debut appearance in "Fish Out Of Water" has her already acquainted with everyone as if she recently moved in. Her origin is expanded on in the Legends of Atlantis movie.
  • Smarter Than You Look: While not established as dumb, she plays up her more innocent side when toying around with Firefly.
    • In the climax of Legends of Atlantis, she manages to play on her sister's weaknesses to trick her into losing her focus on using the trident.
  • Took a Level in Badass: She effortlessly takes out Firefly when he hurts Miss Martian.
  • Unusual Pets for Unusual People: She has a pet seahorse.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: After Siren got both the book and the trident, now very powerful, she had her sent to the dungeon.



Voiced By: Tara Strong

  • Adaptational Dye-Job: Downplayed, but she has some red locks in her hair, while most other versions don't.
  • Adaptational Heroism: Like with her original animated counterpart, she's resistant to her father's dark teachings, and wants to use her powers for good. As a result, her voice is a bit less deadpan and she is generally happy and somewhat timid.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: While still much nicer than her comic counterpart, she's also this compared to her original counterpart. She would often act aloof when pushing others away so that they're not hurt, making her a Jerk with a Heart of Gold. Here, she tends to be flustered and more introverted when she accidentally makes things worse, being less confrontational.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Naturally so. She wears dark black and blue and is a hero.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She's not sarcastic for nothing.
  • Goth Girls Know Magic: Given her outfit, powers, and moody nature. Supergirl also says she has a "goth vibe".
  • Half-Human Hybrid: We've only seen her demonic father so far but her mother is a human.
  • Nice Girl: While a bit snarky, she's more mindful of others and more willing to do the right thing.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: She kept causing problems that ended up becoming worse when trying to help. Her good luck is Earth's bad luck. Also, in "Nevermore", she had visions of an apocalypse.

    Anissa Pierce (Thunder) 

Anissa Pierce (Thunder)

Voiced By: Cree Summer

    Jennifer Pierce (Lightning) 

Jennifer Pierce (Lightning)

Voiced By: Masasa Moyo

    Mari McCabe (Vixen) 

Mari McCabe (Vixen)

Voiced By: Kimberly Brooks

    Victor Stone (Cyborg) 

Victor Stone (Cyborg)

Voiced By: Khary Payton

    Barry Allen (The Flash) 

Barry Allen (The Flash)

Voiced By: Josh Keaton


    In General 

In General

  • Age Lift: Like some of the heroes, some of them are teenagers for one reason or another, but usually to make them Younger and Hipper. For example, The Riddler was aged down due to being a Stalker with a Crush to Batgirl, and if he was kept the same age as most other versions... well.


Voiced By: Fred Tatasciore

  • The Brute: He enjoys fighting and causing conflict for little to no reason.
  • Cain and Abel: Ares is the older half-brother of Wonder Woman, whose father here is also Zeus, the supreme god of the Greek pantheon.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He is confrontational and provocative, just a hair's breadth away from an outburst of violence.
  • Mellow Fellow: While he wears the Amulet of Harmonia, he becomes this, to the point of acting like a New-Age Retro Hippie.
  • Playing with Fire: He can shoot explosive, fiery blasts from his hands and use fire to announce his arrival or departure.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Without the amulet, he's little more than an overgrown five-year-old bully. The main characters (who are teenagers themselves) are far more mature than he is.
  • Restraining Bolt: The Amulet Of Harmonia turns him into a Nice Guy as long as it's on. Whenever he shows up, it invariably gets removed somehow and he turns evil again.
  • Sizeshifter: He can change into a giant at will.
  • Spontaneous Weapon Creation: He can summon weapons into his hands at will.
  • War God: Naturally, since he is the god of war in the Greek Pantheon.



Voiced By: Nika Futterman

    Mrs. Clayface 

Mrs. Clayface


Voiced By: John DiMaggio

  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He disguised himself as the meek, yet nice math teacher Professor Seid. Then the season 5 finale revealed that he exploited the minds of the students to complete the Anti Life Equation.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Like most characters voiced by John DiMaggio, he has a deep, intimidating voice, and is evil.
  • Knight of Cerebus: He's one of the most intimidating villains in the show.
  • Knight Templar: He wants to mold humanity in his image by essentially acting like a dictator.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: The show is very cute and light-hearted in general, and he wants to take over and destroy the entire universe with the Anti-Life Equation.

    Double Dare Twins 

Double Dare Twins

Voiced By: Lauren Tom

  • Always Identical Twins: They are identical twins with different hairstyles: one with a long ponytail and one with short cropped hair.
  • Trickster Twins: They are skilled acrobatic thieves who enjoy mocking their opponents.



Voiced By: Mona Marshall

  • Adaptational Wimp: Yeah, when you're enemies with the literal wrath of God and can trade blows with him quite easily in the source material, then the only place you can go is down. Zig-Zagged, seeing how Eclipso's original weakness was to any light source and not just sunlight.
  • Composite Character: Is designed to look like the Jean Loring incarnation, but the motivations and connection to gem world come from the New 52 incarnation of the character.



Voiced By: Khary Payton



Voiced By: Grey DeLisle

  • Adaptational Heroism: This time, she'll occasionally (albeit reluctantly) help the heroes out.
  • Adaptational Sympathy: While she's still a villain, her insecurities are played up more.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Her most obvious trait is the gigantic size of her body. That alone makes her dangerous.
  • Berserk Button: She gets angry whenever she loses items of her own clothing or when someone points out her anger problem. In either case, it becomes difficult for her to calm down. She literally went berserk just because she lost an earring.
  • Girly Bruiser: Not counting her size, she is a slim, cute girl who takes fashion seriously.
  • I Resemble That Remark!: In one episode Cyborg says she has anger management problems. She responds by getting mad and attacking him.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While she is a villain, she seems to show remorse when she's doing community service, and it's implied she's only destructive because she's insecure.

    Killer Croc 

Killer Croc

Voiced By: Fred Tatasciore

  • Beast Man: He is a humanoid crocodile.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: He once threatened to eat Star Sapphire during the time she came into the sewers to look for her own ring.
  • Never Smile at a Crocodile: He is an aggressive, dangerous criminal with all the deadly traits of a crocodile.
  • Sewer Gator: He lives in the sewers beneath Metropolis.

    Killer Moth 

Killer Moth

Voiced By: Phil LaMarr

  • Affably Evil: He is polite to others, be they hero, villain, or civilian. Also, his dorky voice makes him sound less intimidating.
  • Cool Plane: He has a dragonfly-shaped plane equipped with machine guns, missiles, and a force field. It is powerful enough to allow Killer Moth to shoot down heroes' planes.
  • Dude, Where's My Respect?: His usual motive is to build up his reputation as a villain.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Despite his appearance and personality, Killer Moth is actually one of the more competent villains fighting against Super Hero High. While he is good at planned actions, this is offset by his inability to adapt to those who oppose his schemes.
    • In his first show appearance, Killer Moth successfully shoots down and captures Batgirl, but he is quickly defeated when she and Supergirl team up against him.
    • Killer Moth installed a security system at his hideout at the time he kidnapped Crazy Quilt. Caught off guard by Batgirl and Ivy, Moth tried to run away instead of being double-teamed again but failed.
    • Killer Moth formed the Animalitia villain team consisting of himself, Killer Croc, King Shark, and Lionmane in a bid to secure Metropolis for their own. He even prepared for the heroes by constructing a nigh-indestructible cage laced with Kryptonite to imprison them. In the end, Killer Moth was defeated again because he failed to consider the danger posed by the heroes' pets.
  • The Mothman: His overall image and equipment evoke this.

    King Shark 

King Shark

    Lena Luthor 

Lena Luthor
Voiced By: Romi Dames



Voiced By: Khary Payton

  • Absurdly Sharp Claws: His hands have large claws.
  • Beast Man: He is a humanoid lion.
  • The Beastmaster: He can control animals or people with animal genes, such as Beast Boy. Animals with a high willpower, such as Jumpa the Kangaroo, can resist him.
  • Dirty Coward: When outnumbered, he will attempt to beg for mercy and/or retreat.

    The Riddler 

The Riddler
Voiced By: Yuri Lowenthal

  • Adaptational Heroism: He's a petty crook at best. In most of his appearances, he's quite harmless.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit
  • Teen Genius: He's a teenager in this version, but he's still highly skilled and elaborate in his setups (maybe not to his usual extent since the target audience is a little younger, but still).
  • Stalker with a Crush: Downplayed since it's for younger audiences, but he still commits several crimes as part of his game with Batgirl and thinks said gestures are legitimately charming.

    Solomon Grundy 

Solomon Grundy

Voiced By: Fred Tatasciore

  • Hidden Depths: He was once called to recite poetry at a senior care center.
  • Hulk Speak: His trademark speech pattern. Well, he is a corpse...
  • I'm a Humanitarian: He once threatened to eat Harley Quinn and Ivy when they came to his swamp to look for a particular flower.
  • Our Zombies Are Different: He is essentially undead, yet sentient. Also, he's less freaky-looking than most of his incarnations.



  • Adaptational Comic Relief: This version of Trigon isn't treated as seriously as he usually is.
  • Adaptational Modesty: While Trigon is often portrayed as shirtless, this version is always seen wearing clothes.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: He's still an evil demon who plans to destroy the world, but he doesn't treat his daughter as badly as most versions, and even agrees to let her remain at Super Hero High (albeit in the hope that she'll become powerful enough to destroy the world with him one day).
  • Adaptational Wimp: In most versions, Trigon is portrayed as an incredibly dangerous villain so powerful he can provoke The End of the World as We Know It. In this show, he is defeated quite easily by Starfire and Cyborg during his debut episode. He gets better in the Nevermore episodes, but he's still not the powerhouse he is in most other versions.
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: His daughter Raven tells him that he's embarrassing her when he comes to Super Hero High to scold her.
  • Ash Face: This happens briefly in his first appearance after Starfire shoots a star bolt at his face.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: He always takes a gigantic appearance when he fights.
  • Big Red Devil: Well, he's Trigon after all.
  • Burning with Anger: He often becomes engulfed in lava when he gets mad.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: He's an evil demon and proud of it, to the point he can't stand the idea of his daughter doing acts of kindness, and tells her to always be bad.
  • Demon Lords and Archdevils: He's a powerful demon and the ruler of the Underworld.
  • Evil Teacher: He teaches magic to Raven in the Underworld.
  • Extra Eyes: He has six yellow eyes.
  • Eye Beam: Does this at one point during his debut episode.
  • Fingore: Supergirl hurts his thumb with her laser sight to force him to release Batgirl.
  • High-Pressure Emotion: He has steam coming out of his ears when he learns that his daughter has acted as a heroine.
  • Horned Humanoid: Like most versions of Trigon, he has a pair of horns.
  • Hobbling the Giant: Batgirl manages to tie up his legs during his attack on Super Hero High, and Supergirl takes the opportunity to push him to the ground.
  • Magical Incantation: Just like Raven, he occasionally says "Azarath Metrion Zinthos" when he uses his power, but not always.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: He's powerful enough to cause plenty of havoc in the city, and to nearly destroy Super Hero High.
  • Playing with Fire: Unsurprisingly, he has powers over fire and lava.
  • Satan: He's basically the equivalent of Satan in this universe.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here: At the end of his first appearance, he's fed up with fighting Starfire and Cyborg and decides to teleport back to the Underworld.
  • Sizeshifter: He can modify his size, from being only slightly taller than a normal human being to be as big as a house.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: His jacket notably lacks sleeves.
  • So Proud of You: He doesn't outright say it, but he's very impressed when his daughter finally succeeds at opening her first magical portal.
  • Strong as They Need to Be: In his first appearance, he was beaten rather easily by Starfire and Cyborg, and didn't seem to have many powers aside from Eye Beam and great strength. In the "Nevermore" episodes, on the other hand, he's a very powerful villain with vast powers over fire and lava who comes very close to destroying Super Hero High, and even the best efforts of the students (including Starfire and Cyborg) aren't enough to stop him.
  • Thinking Up Portals: He can create magical portals to travel from the Underworld to the surface world.
  • Took a Level in Badass: He was defeated without too many difficulties by only two heroes in his debut episode. When he reappears in Nevermore, he's much more of a threat and it takes the combined efforts of most of the heroes to vanquish him.
  • Villain Teleportation: Not only is he capable of creating portals, but he can also disappear at will, as seen at the end of his first appearance.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Like many other versions of the character, he has white hair and is a villain.
  • You Are Grounded!: When he realizes that his daughter has left to the surface, he tells her she's grounded for eternity. When he's told that she has done some heroic deeds, he grounds her for two eternities.