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Wonder Woman family

     Steve Trevor 

     Jason Trevor 
  • Composite Character: He's a composite of Hunter Prince by sharing his name as his middle name, who's the future son of Wonder Woman the cosmic force known as the Darkness who's implied to be abandoned by her and later got raised by Clark Kent and Lois Lane in Justice League: Legacy storyline.

     Stephanie Trevor 

Lex Luthor

     Contessa Erica Alexandra del Portenza
Wife of Lex Luthor. She's the last member of the house of Portenza from Markovia.
  • Absolute Cleavage: Just look at that dress...
  • Ambiguously Bi: Oracle classified her orientation on her bio straight though she's possibly bisexual if tabloids are to be believed according to her.
  • Older Than They Look: Thanks to her lineage, she looks much younger than she actually is.
  • Only One Name: By Markovian tradition, Erica took the feminine variant of her husband's personal name as a second name. Technically, she also has no surname, only a house name, but the commonly accepted Anglicized practice is to give her the surname of the region she is from.
  • Persona Non Grata: After the Southern Markovian Revolts incident saw Erica exiled of Markovia and was sent to United States to avoid being by rioters. With Portenza stabilized but relations still hostile, Lex and Erica thought it best to name a regent to the area and remain in Vlatava for a while.
  • Try to Fit THAT on a Business Card!: Contessa Erica Alexandra del Portenza: First Lady of USA, Significant Shareholder of LuthorCorp and the Contessa of Portenza in Markovia.
  • Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: While Lex's isn't ugly, just look at her.

     Lena Luthor
Lena Luthor is the daughter of Lex Luthor and Erica Alexandra.
  • Alliterative Family: Her grandparents are Lionel and Lillian, father Lex, aunt Luna and cousin Lori.
  • Alliterative Name: Lena Luthor, like her father she's one of the many L.L. who litters the Superman mythos.
  • Daddy's Girl: Lena is this to Lex Luthor.
  • Dead Guy Junior: Lena's middle name Lillian is named after her grandmother Lillian Luthor.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Lena inherited her father's genius intellect by being an skilled chemist, mathematician, engineer and a hacker.
  • Incest Subtext: She has massive crush to Superboy during her teen years (if only she knew that he is kinda/sorta her half-brother).
  • In the Blood: Lena like her father, she becomes a young politician since her father was elected to POTUS and presumptive heir of LuthorCorp.
  • Photographic Memory: Lena like her father has eidetic memory who can remember anything she doesn't forget to detail.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: She has red hair and green eyes inherited from her father.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: She inherited her mother's look while also shares her father's once red hair (before he got bald by the meteor shower in his childhood) and green eyes.
  • The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter: Again, Lex isn't ugly per se, just look at her daughter.
  • When You Coming Home, Dad?: Lena would mostly only see her father on holidays and during the summer when she would fly out to the States to be with him. As he was busy, Lex often pawned Lena off on a subordinate. Not that Lena complained. She was happy to spend her days shadowing her father's cohorts as they went about their duties and Lex did often find some time in the day to be set aside exclusively for Lena, usually playing chess and talking about their day.

     Luna Luthor
Luna Luthor is the daughter of Lionel Luthor, younger sister of Lex Luthor and mother of Lori Luthor.
  • Adaptation Name Change: In the comics they're two people named Lena Luthor: Lex Luthor's sister and daughter. The name of the sister was changed Luna to avoid confusion.
  • Alliterative Name: Luna Luthor, like her half-brother she's one of the many L.L. who litters the Superman mythos.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Which is a reference to a couple of incarnations where she is bald like her brother.
  • Composite Character: Luna's character aspects are taken straight from Lena Luthor from Supergirl (2015) such as her mother Pamela's death similar to Lena's mother and her friendship with Karen Starr/Supergirl I/Power Girl similar to Kara and Lena's friendship.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Luna Luthor is an autistic savant with an exceptional intellect and a natural proficiency for chemistry, engineering, computer programming, and mathematics. She is a talented inventor in a number of different fields.
  • Honest Corporate Executive: Luna is in the top one percent of the world's richest persons. Though she does not flaunt her wealth, she lives quite comfortably and gives generously to a number of charity and medical programs. She holds a large number of shares in both LuthorCorp and StarrWare, as well as owning a number of highly profitable patents.
  • Hollywood Autism: Though not something she views as a weakness, but rather a problem with the rest of everybody, Luna is a high-functioning autistic savant. She has difficulty communicating and socializing with strangers, but can be rather talkative to those he considers part of her family (her daughter Lori, Lex, Lena, Karen, Lori's friend Laura). She has difficulty with expressing emotion due to past abuses from her father.
  • No Social Skills: Luna is uncomfortable in social situations. In large crowds, she can quickly get anxiety, especially around strangers. In intense moments that require complex social interaction, Luna can also become easily confused and frustrated. She prefers to keep her interactions to be simple and as a result can really only handle anything close to complex social engagements in small groups.
  • Sensory Overload: Due to her autistic nature, Luna finds cities to be very overwhelming. Bright lights, loud sounds, and different tactile sensations can be exciting and wonderful for her, but those particular to cities (traffic lights at night, cars honking, or airplanes flying low) can easily overwhelm her to the point of near catatonia.
  • Teen Pregnancy: Luna got pregnant her first year in college after being taken advantage of by a frat boy, but she decided to keep the child and persevered through classes up until the day of delivery (her water broke while in chemistry class). Supporting her throughout the pregnancy was Karen.
  • The Un-Favourite: Lionel always favored Lex and barely tolerated Luna. He felt that she was an embarrassment and sought to have her sent away to a foreign care center, but her mother fought to keep Luna with her. As a compromise, Lionel sent Luna and Pamela to go live in his summer retreat in Coast City.


John Constantine

     Francis "Chas" Chandler
John Constantine's longest known (and longest surviving) friend and the godfather of Zachary Zatara.
  • Action Dad: Father of Trish Chandler, and an expert brawler and occultist.
  • Alliterative Name: Always addressed as Chas Chandler.
  • Badass Beard: Has a beard and, while not as skilled as John, he's still a rogue mage.
  • 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.
  • Composite Character:
    • His appearance is based on his incarnation from the Constantine TV series.
    • Not himself but his daughter Geraldine and granddaughter Trish are combined, making him Trish's father. Meanwhile his wife Renee seems to have been combined with Alice Winters, the host of Asa/Nightmare Nurse.
  • Cursed With Awesome: He's immortal with a Healing Factor and Resurrective Immortality. Unfortunately this also makes his aura incredibly tasty to all sorts of supernatural predators.
  • Doom Magnet: His newfound immortality has turned him into a magnet for supernatural enemies.
  • Emergency Transformation: To save his life, John gave him a vial from the goddess Persephone that made him immortal.
  • Honorary Uncle: For the children of John Constantine, and he's godfather of Zachary Zatara.
  • 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.
  • Something We Forgot: There was that time Constantine and Dr. Fate forgot Chas at Zambia.

     Epiphany Graves 


     Gemma Masters 

     Stanley and his Monster 

     Constantine Cambions 

Team Arrow

     Quentin Lance

The father of Dinah and Sara Lance, a former GCPD officer who was forced to retired after being crippled by the Penguin’s right-hand man, Ignatius Ogilvy.

  • The Alcoholic: His drinking got worse after being shot. He improved after Oliver paid their debts.
  • Career-Ending Injury: He was shot in the line of duty during a shoot-out with Penguin by Ignatius Ogilvy.
  • Composite Character: While his appearance and relationships are based on the Arrowverse, his second name, Lawrence, references his comic book counterpart Larry Lance.
  • Cool Old Guy: Despite the gruff demeanor, he is actually a stand up guy.
  • Happily Married: With Laurel Drake-Lance.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: Has one with Renee Ramirez, treating him almost like another child of his.

     Susanna "Cissie" King-Jones

The daughter of Oliver Queen and Dinah Lance.

  • Dead Guy Junior: Her first name comes from her paternal grandmother Susanna Dearden.
  • Give Him a Normal Life: Dinah send Susanna into an orphanage and later being adopted to have a normal life in order protect her and Dinah from being chased and targeted by her and Ollie's enemies since both her biological parents are founders of the Justice League.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Here she's the biological daughter of Oliver Queen and Dinah Lance. Through her adoptive father Bernell Jones, she's the adopted cousin of Casey Jones.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Inherited her mother's looks and her father's hair.

     Cynthia Lance

The daughter of two League of Assassins members, Shado and Komodo who she grew up being abused by her parents and she didn't have a name and was only referred "Tag". After she was disowned by her parents, she ends up being adopted by Sara Lance and Thea Queen by giving her the name of Cynthia.

  • Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: Instead of being adopted by Dinah Lance, she's adopted by Sara instead.
  • Empath: Cynthia is an incredibly empathetic person. She is an excellent judge of character and is quite adept at knowing just how to cheer a person up or even resolve complex arguments between two adults.
  • Happily Adopted: By Sara and Thea.
  • Has Two Mommies: Her mothers are Sara Lance and Thea Queen.
  • Hero-Worshipper: Thanks to her impressive knowledge of Booster/Beetle Cards, Cynthia knows a lot about various real world figures in the "capes and tights" community, criminals and crusaders alike.
  • Mixed Ancestry: Her biological mother was asian while her father is black.
  • Morality Pet: She's one to Sara and Thea. Cynthia's also the unnoficial pet of the Legends.
  • Parental Abandonment: She was disowned by her biological parents.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her biological parents are Shado and Komodo, making her the half-sister of Emiko Queen.
  • Tagalong Kid: Nowadays, when she's not hanging out with the Legends as their unofficial mascot, you can usually find Cynthia doing her homework under the watchful eye of her Uncle Tom in Udderly Delicious, playing Booster/Beetle Cards with Holly Dayton at Doom Manor, or belting out pop songs at the Perpetual Cabaret on karaoke nights.

     Walter Steele

Drury Walker

     Catherine "Kitten" Walker
The eldest daughter of Drury Walker.
  • Adaptational Badass: In the original series she was a normal human, but here she has powers thanks to her heritage.
  • Adaptation Species Change: She's an Endling, a quarter Endless thanks to her paternal grandparent Desire.
  • Animal Motifs: Though her nickname likely began as a play on the common nickname of "Cat" for Catherine, it is possible that it remained in use, even as she grew out of 'kiddie names' due to her father's obsession with moths. Meaning there are "kitten moths" which are the moths in the Genus Furcula: Alder Kitten, Sallow Kitten, Poplar Kitten, etc.
  • Daddy's Girl: After the death of her mother, Drury dedicated himself to take care of her, becoming very close during that time period. That lasted until she was introduced to her stepmothers and siblings.
  • Dream Walker: Kitten appears to be a lucid dreamer, able to exert no small measure of control on the Dreaming while she is unconscious. It is also possible for her to access the Dreaming in her physical form through waypoints.
  • Freudian Excuse: Losing her mother, the suicide of her first stepmom and the passing of her second stepmom, as well as watching her father's love life implode left her with some messed up ideas about relationships.
  • Harmful to Minors: She was only a young child when the Joker dosed her mother with Joker Venom to steal her car, and was forced to watch her die laughing. It's a miracle she's not even more messed up.
  • Living Aphrodisiac: Kitten also has some form of pheromones which are reinforced with psionic potency, allowing her to bend the will of any who love her.
  • Missing Mom: Her mother Candace "Candy" Walker née O'Connor was killed by the Joker during the Cataclysm.
  • Raised by Grandparents: Currently her great-grandfather Fred Kincaid takes care of her alongside her siblings.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's the older half-sister of Jack and Melanie Walker, who were known as the Jack and Ten of the Royal Flush Gang in Batman Beyond. She's also the niece of Rose Walker and Janosz Valentin. Her maternal uncle Matthew O'Connor is associated with The Intimates.
  • Sore Loser: She's also a sore loser, always eager to get revenge on those who have 'wronged' her.
  • Spoiled Brat: Kitten is the spoiled teenage girl archetype taken to the extreme. All she wants is to be adored and lavished with attention and gifts. She is also very materialistic, craving the hot new clothes and the best electronics.

     Jack Walker
Middle child and only son of Drury Walker.
  • Adaptation Species Change: He's a quarter Endless thanks to his paternal grandparent Desire.
  • Cool Shades: Carries a pair of sunglasses with him.
  • Curtains Match the Windows: Brown hair and brown eyes.
  • I Just Want to Be Loved: To get any sort of parental attention, Jack began acting out at home and school. Negative attention was better than nothing in Jack's mind.
  • In-Series Nickname: Jack of Hearts.
  • Jerkass: Jack might look very much like a preppy brat, but he's actually a very intelligent menace. He uses his brain to amuse himself at the cost of others' sake through pranks or simply cruel endeavors. It's possible his goal is the gaining of notoriety or to prove that he is smarter or more superior to others.
  • Missing Mom: His mother Anna Walker née Fletcher committed suicide with a pill overdose suspecting his father was cheating on her with the mother of his sister Melanie.
  • Raised by Grandparents: Currently his great-grandfather Fred Kincaid takes care of him alongside his siblings.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Wears a pink shirt with his initial.
  • Related in the Adaptation: He's the son of Drury Walker/Killer Moth and the younger brother of Kitten Walker. He's also the nephew of Rose Walker and Janosz Valentin. His maternal aunt is Jennifer Fletcher is the hacker Sue Denim of Hacker Files, while his maternal uncle Hugh Fletcher is Outlaw, a villain of Manhunter.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Looks a lot like his father Drury.
  • We Used to Be Friends: He was friends with a boy named Terrance (Terry McGinnis), until Terry's parents secured him a special scholarship to Brentwood. Jack now refers to his old friend as a "not-schway sellout".

     Melanie Walker
The youngest child and second daughter of Drury Walker.
  • Adaptation Species Change: She's a quarter Endless thanks to her paternal grandparent Desire.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: When she discovered her father was Killer Moth and had accidentally killed a child, she called him out on it and convinced him to turn himself in, promising to always love him and never forgetting him.
  • Child Prodigy: Melanie is a subtle genius. She has an overlooked innate mastery for electronics and computer. She is said to have built her first computer when she was five and since then she's improved her skills tenfold on a yearly basis.
  • I Just Want to Be Loved: All she really wants is her family to be whole and safe.
  • Missing Mom: Her mother Donna Walker nee Anderson died of MacGregor's Syndrome after the suicide of her stepmother Anna.
  • Raised by Grandparents: Currently her great-grandfather Fred Kincaid takes care of her alongside her siblings.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's the daughter of Drury Walker/Killer Moth and the younger sister of Kitten Walker. She's also the niece of Rose Walker and Janosz Valentin. Her maternal aunts are Leslie Anderson and Adrianna Anderson/Dr. Cyber, her maternal uncle in Clyde Anderson/Scorn, and her great-grandfather is Kenneth Anderson/Annihilator. She's cousins with Rockewell "Rocky" Anderson and Deborah "Debbi" Anderson, who originate in Earth-One.

Other Heroes

     Silas Stone
The distant father of Victor Stone and scientist at S.T.A.R. Labs.

     Mary Grayson/Mariand'r (Nightstar)
The daughter of Nightwing and Starfire.

     Roselynn Stewart-Pierce
The wife of Jefferson Pierce and mother of Anissa and Jennifer Pierce. She's also the younger sister of Green Lantern John Stewart.
  • Academic Athlete: She excelled in both sports and in academics back in college, which is where she met her eventual husband Jefferson.
  • Affectionate Nickname: She's known as Rose by her brothers and grandparents, and Lynn by about everyone else.
  • Badass Normal: She might not have any powers, but she's an expert martial artist and markswoman.
  • Composite Character: With Lynn Stewart, Jefferson's ex-wife from the comics, and Rose Stewart, John Stewart's deceased sister.
  • Hello, Attorney!: She's a criminal defense attorney, and looks pretty good despite being a mother of two.
  • Mama Bear: Lynn is fiercely protective of her family and would do anything to protect them. Lynn is also supportive and protective of her eldest daughter's lesbian lifestyle.
  • Must Have Caffeine: She's addicted to coffee.
  • Official Couple: With Jefferson Pierce.
  • Raised by Grandparents: After the death of their parents, she and her brothers were raised by their grandparents Addie and Roy Stewart.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's the sister of John Stewart here.
  • The Rival: Sees Marian Grange, Gotham's District Attorney, as her rival.
  • Shotgun Wedding: When she came home pregnant with Jeff's child, her brothers and grandfather gave him the ultimatum to marry their baby sister. Luckily the marriage turned out alright for everyone involved.

     Arthur Jeron "A.J." Curry/ Ar'Jeron ta'Atlan (Aqualad III)
The son of Arthur Curry and Mera, as well as crown prince of Atlantis.
  • Composite Character: He is a composite of Arthur Jr., AJ Curry, and Arthur Joseph Curry (all three are different characters in the comics), With the former being Aquababy the son of Aquaman and Mera who was killed by Black Manta, the middle being his other son and the latter being Arthur's successor after the original died in Infinite Crisis.
  • Legacy Character: In the soft reboot, A.J. is the third wielder of the Aqualad mantle after Jackson Hyde.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: He does not get killed by Black Manta in the comics. Here he defied the odds and survives by almost being drowned by stormy waters after he got saved by Kaldur'ahm.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: He inherited the hair of his mother and the looks and complexion of his father.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: He's the crown prince of Atlantis and Heir in line to The Throne.
  • Uneven Hybrid: He's 3/4 Atlantean and 1/2 Human like his father while also shares 3/4 Xebelian blood of his mother.

     Mr. Tawnky Tawny
A talking tiger. Originally is a Púca or "pooka", a race of tricksters belonging to the Fair Lands of the Void. Tawny chose to possess a stuffed tiger toy at the Vasquez home.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: He's a tiger that wears a suit.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He's very kind-hearted and friendly, but push him too far and you WILL see the business end of his claws.
    • Deadpan Snarker: Has developed something between this and a permanent (and dapper!) calm.
  • Classy Cane: He carries a cane.
  • The Dandy: He's a humanoid tiger who looks very nice with his human clothes, typically a tweed business suit and bow tie.
  • Funny Animal / Talking Animal: Tawny is a Púca or "Pooka", a humanoid tiger from a race of tricksters belonging to the Fair Lands Of The Void.
  • Immortality: As a Fae, Tawny cannot truly die unless he's killed.
  • Master of Illusion: As a Púca he can send powerful illusion trickster magic.
  • Mr. Exposition: He's the one who tells Scott and Ramona the story of the Seven Deadly Sins, and more importantly, that Ruby was one of the beings that slew Those-Who-Were-One, Ramona and the Exiles original identity.
  • Not-So-Imaginary Friend: When Mamaragan took a risk of choosing a boy as his champion, the Lord Of Order tasked his will-o-wisp to monitor Billy's upbringing to make sure that the caregivers of Mamaragan's champion were not mistreating Billy. To fulfill this, Tawny chooses to disguise himself into a stuffed tiger doll to the Vasquez family.
  • Panthera Awesome: A humanoid tiger.
  • Super Strength: Tawny, as a humanoid tiger, can strike with much more force than a human.
  • You Are in Command Now: Became the steward of the Rock of Eternity after the death of Mamaragan.

     Abby Arcane-Holland
Abby is the niece of Anton Arcane, former wife of Matthew Cable (now known as Dream's raven Matthew) and the wife of the Swamp Thing and mother of Tefé Holland.

     Ellen Frazier-Baker
The wife of Buddy Baker, Animal Man and mother of their two children, Maxine and Cliff Baker.
  • Almighty Mom: Even if her husband is the superhero, he's totally terrified of her and her Death Glare.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: She and Buddy have known each other since they were young, and while at first she wasn't attracted to him, shortly after he obtained his powers, they had a night of passion and soon enough fell in love with each other.
  • Farmer's Daughter: She grew up as one.
  • Happily Married: With Buddy Baker.
  • In-Series Nickname: Animal Woman, since she's married to Animal Man.
  • Red Baron: Mother of Life, which is her sobriquet from The Red.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: She has green eyes and red hair, and the wife of Animal Man and mother of their children.
  • Small Town Boredom: The life of a farmer's daughter was rather dull for her, wanting to become an artist. When Buddy asked her if they would flee together to Star City, she said yes.

     Tiyah Clarke-Zeddemore
The wife of Winston Zeddemore.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: She and Winston have known each other since they were children.
  • Cool Teacher: She was April O'Neil's teacher and has difficulty referring to her by her first name.
  • Doorstep Baby: She was abandoned at a church by her birth parents, and eventually adopted by the Clarke family.
  • Happily Adopted: By the Clarke family, and she has done the same for her adoptive children
  • Happily Married: With Winston Zeddemore.
  • High-School Sweethearts: She and Winston dated while they were in high school, marrying shortly after graduating.
  • Older Than They Look: Despite being 43 and the adoptive mother of two grown kids, she looks pretty good.
  • Pride: One of her flaws is that she tends to forget she can't do it all.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her adoptive parents are David Clarke, who was the hero Midnight in Quality comics, her adoptive mother is Naomi Clarke, who was the adoptive mother of no other than Superboy-Prime, her adoptive sister is Jenna Clarke, the Scarecrow of Dark Knight: Legacy, and her niece is Zooey Clarke, who in the Arrowverse was James Jesse's girlfriend and mother of Axel Walker.

     Casey Jackson
The younger brother of Roland and Jefferson Jackson.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: He's quite bratty and knows how to manipulate his older brother Roland.
  • Composite Character: Takes elements from the Arrowverse version of Jefferson Jackson, including family and backstory.
  • Disappeared Dad: His father James Jackson died while his mother Beverly was pregnant with him, forcing his older brothers Roland and Jefferson to work and support their family.
  • Related in the Adaptation: He's also the younger brother of Jefferson Jackson and is cousins with Celia Forrestal/Skyrocket of the Power Company.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Looks a lot like his older brother Roland.


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