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     Lois Lane-Kent

Lois Lane is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for the Daily Planet of Metropolis. She was the first reporter to interview Superman after he appeared in Metropolis. Superman later revealed his secret identity to her; the two married and have seven children.

  • Action Mom: The biological mother of Jon, Laura, Carol and Jane, and stepmother of Conner, Mia and Chris. While she's certainly not as powerful as her children, she sure can defend herself.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Lois has been known to call Clark Kent "Smallville"
  • Alliterative Name: Lois Lane.
  • Almighty Mom: When it comes to her family, she is the undisputed boss, she doesn't care if you're Superman (her husband), Superboy, Supergirl II & Zenith (her adopted children), Jon, Laura, Carol and Jane (Her biological children) the goddamn Batman or Wonder Woman, you will act like civilized people around her home.
  • Badass Normal: Very much so. She's a crusading idealist who works as a reporter to bring down corrupt elements, and she's got the martial arts skills to back up her idealism.
  • Brutal Honesty: Lois is very outspoken and highly opinionated. She won't hesitate to speak exactly what is on her mind, no matter how blunt or out there it is.
  • Constantly Curious: Lois' nosiness and endless curiosity constantly gets her into a lot of trouble and into a lot of sticky situations.
  • Cosmic Plaything: Some of the things Lois experienced happened because she was connected to Superman... and others just happened out of nowhere.
  • Damsel in Distress: The major example in the superhero world. To the point of some meta jokes about it, and some savvy comments.
  • Damsel out of Distress: Lois has this nerve every time. This is a woman who is caught by villains all the time, but only because she's Genre Savvy enough to know that if she does so she'll not only get the scoop on the front page story, but also survive to write it.
  • Distress Ball: Oh so very often. She followed her journalistic instincts into danger so frequently it's a miracle she ever survived before having the personal attentions of a Physical God (aka Superman).
  • Deadpan Snarker: From day one, She's always got a good quip or two up her sleeve.
  • The Gadfly: Constantly cracks jokes at other people expense, Clark being her favorite target.
  • Going for the Big Scoop: Frequently. She is a reporter after all.
  • Good Stepmother: Lois couldn't care less that Mia is a test-tube baby, or that Chris is the offspring of one of her husband's archenemies, or that Conner is both. As far as she's concerned, they're her sons and daughter.
  • Happily Married: Ends up Married with Clark.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: (she is fiercely loyal, after all). She does often attempt to hide her softer side, but the truth is she's willing to go to the ends of the earth to fight for justice and protect the people she loves.
  • Informed Attribute: Lois's skills and reputation as an unstoppable and awesome reporter.
  • Interspecies Romance: With Clark Kent/Superman. Clark is a Kryptonian and Lois is a human.
  • Mama Bear: While she has no powers, you either mess or insult her adopted and biological children. You will not be safe of her wrath.
  • Military Brat: She's the eldest daughter of Colonel Lane.
  • The Nicknamer: Lois comes up with multiple nicknames for Clark. 'Smallville' is the most famous and prominent one.
  • Official Couple: With Clark.
  • Secret Keeper: She knows Clark is Superman.
  • Smoking Is Not Cool: Lois used to be a smoker, but quit when she became pregnant.
  • Snark-to-Snark Combat: Constantly with many characters, but especially Clark. She always seems to bring out his wittier side.
  • Statuesque Stunner: While much shorter than Clark, she's still 5'9"/175cm tall.
  • Tsundere:
    • Like her incarnations, Superman almost always gets the dere side and everyone else gets mostly tsun, but there's overlap; once she's known Clark for a while, she tends to be about half-and-half with him.
    • Now she's been married to Clark, he and Perry and Jimmy have exclusive rights to her dere side while everyone else gets her (genuinely intimidating) tsun side.

     Jonathan and Martha Kent
Jonathan Kent
Martha Kent

  • Good Parents: Is thanks to them Clark grows up to be a hero.
  • Granny Classic: Martha is a sweet, mid-western housewife who loves her family very much. That doesn't mean she's harmless.
  • Happily Married: Very much a happy marriage.
  • Muggle Foster Parents: No powers of their own, but they did their best to help their superpowered adoptive child live a relatively normal life and use his powers for good, and it shows.
  • One Steve Limit: Martha shares name with Bruce Wayne's mother.
  • Posthumous Character: Jonathan has already passed away by the time of the story.
  • Upbringing Makes the Hero: It is a major theme in the Superman mythos how their upbringing of Clark, and the values they have instilled into him are instrumental in shaping him into who he is.

     Jor-El and Lara Lor-Van
Lara Lor-Van

     Jonathan "Jon" Kent/Jon-El

The first born child and son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane.

  • Cool Hat: He wears a baseball cap.
  • Dead Guy Junior: Jon's named after his adopted paternal grandfather Jonathan Kent. And his Kryptonian name is after his biological grandfather Jor-El ("Jon-El" which is just one letter off from "Jor-El").
  • Farm Boy: Runs in the family.
  • Flying Brick: Being part-Kryptonian (and the son of the Trope Codifier) naturally makes him this, with all of the associated powers.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Jon's the first naturally-born Human-Kryptonian hybrid.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: Shares his father's icy blue eyes and remains cheerful as ever amidst things that would traumatize any other child.
  • Kryptonite Factor: His powers are tied to his Kryptonian heritage and thus will short out if he's exposed to Kryptonite or kept away from yellow sunlight for an extended period of time.
  • Messy Hair: As shown by the picture above, his hair is pretty unruly in his downtime and while on the job, but it's combed more neatly for school-related matters.
  • Mind over Matter: Like his older brothers Connor and Chris he has Tactile Telekinesis.
  • Mythology Gag: Jon's middle school, the Dan Jurgens Middle School is a nod to his creator Dan Jurgens.
  • Outnumbered Sibling: Downplayed because of his adoptive brothers Conner and Chris, but he has three biological sisters (and one adoptive sister).
  • Power Incontinence: Jon is still growing in his powers, so they tend to fluctuate in and out in how strong they are and if they work at all.
  • Superpower Lottery: He's developing his Dad's Kryptonian powerset and is stated to have the potential to become even more powerful than his father. That's not even taking the fact that Jon might manifest unique powers of his own.
  • Super Senses: Like his dad, Jon is armed with Super-Vision of all kinds, from X-Ray to Telescopic. He also possesses his father's Super-Hearing
  • Super Speed: Like his father he has super speed which is his first superpower.
  • Traumatic Superpower Awakening: Played with. Jon's powers are most likely to work when he's emotionally charged, but they continue to fluctuate in and out when he least expects it and he has yet to achieve full control over it.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Heavy on the Vitriolic towards Damian Wayne.

     Laura Kent/Lara Kal-El

Second born child and eldest daughter of Clark and Lois.

  • Composite Character: Laura is a composite character of Lara from The Dark Knight Strikes Again, Laura Kent from Superman Family #200, and Lara Lane-Kent from Injustice.
  • Dead Guy Junior: Laura's kryptonian name, Lara Kal-El is named after her biological paternal grandmother Lara Lor-Van.
  • Farm Girl: Runs in the family.
  • Flying Brick: Being part-Kryptonian (and the daughter of the Trope Codifier) naturally makes her this, with all of the associated powers.
  • Girlish Pig Tails: She has tied pig tails on her hair.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Laura's the second naturally-born Human-Kryptonian hybrid.
  • Kryptonite Factor: Her powers are tied to her Kryptonian heritage and thus will short out if she's exposed to Kryptonite or kept away from yellow sunlight for an extended period of time.
  • Overalls and Gingham: She wears overalls.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Laura inherited the brunette black hair of his father and the Brown eyes of her mother.
  • Superpower Lottery: Like her brother Jon she's developing her Dad's Kryptonian powerset and is stated to have the potential to become even more powerful than her father.

     Carol and Jane Kent/Cara Kal-El and Jana Kal-El
Carol (left) and Jane (right)

The respective third and fourth children and youngest daughters of Clark and Lois

  • Always Identical Twins: Both Carol and Jane are identical twins sharing the same hair and eyes.
  • The Baby of the Bunch: Both twins are the youngest of the Kent Family.
  • Canon Immigrant: Both Carol and Jane are originated from the Non-canon mini-series comic Superman: Secret Identity.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Carol and Jane are the third and fourth naturally-born Human-Kryptonian hybrids.
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: Carol (left) has a ponytail and is wearing a red ketchup t-shirt while Jane (right) has a pig tails and is wearing a yellow mustard t-shirt.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: They shared their mother's brown hair and eyes.


Krypto is the House of El's Kryptonian dog. He possesses all of the sun-born abilities of his masters, as well as super-canine intelligence.

  • Animal Superheroes: He is essentially the canine counterparts of Superman.
  • Canine Companion To Superman and Power Girl and the rest of the Kent Family and House Of El.
  • Canis Major: He's bigger than the average Dog.
  • Composite Character: He's combined with Wolf from Young Justice, hence his wolf-like appearance.
  • Cool Pet: A white dog who happens to be one of the most powerful living creatures on Earth, perhaps in the whole universe.
  • Flying Brick: He's a Kryptonian wolf-dog. Duh.
  • Heroes Love Dogs: Provides the page image.
  • Heroic Dog: A superheroic dog all the same powers as Superman.
  • Killer Rabbit: Krypto is a cute white wolf that hangs around with Superman. He is also extremely fucking dangerous and will tear anything that hurts one of his friends to shreds.
  • Superpower Lottery: Has all of Superman's powers, adjusted accordingly for his being a dog. This means, for the record, that his Super Senses are among the most powerful in the DC Universe.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Superman, Power Girl, Superboy and the Kents.
  • Team Pet: To Young Justice, this doesn't stop him from being treated like any other operative on missions.


Kelex is the robotic servant of the House of El that resides within the Fortress of Solitude.

  • Artificial Intelligence: He's actually one.
  • Colony Drop: Kelex was once part of a Kryptonian colony ship arrived on Earth, establishing a small colony in what is today northern Canada, intending to form a colony in a remote location to monitor and study the human population which ancient Kryptonian probes detected to share a common ancestor with Kryptonians. Unfortunately, the Kryptonian colonists became sick due to particles collected on the hull of their ship during their voyage. The majority of the Kryptonian colonists perished and those that did survive the plague were left weak and forced to abandon their ship to suffer the elements. 700 years later Kelex shuts down after creating the cure.
  • Composite Character: His appearance is based of the Kelex of Supergirl (2015) tv series.
  • Full-Name Basis: Kelex only addresses Clark by his full Kryptonian name, Kal-El, never referring to him as just Kal. Same with the other House of El members.
  • Hover Mecha: Kelex can hover to move around.
  • Interspecies Friendship: Gets along surprisingly well with Natasha Irons, who taught him hip-hop slang. Kelex in return offered one of its spare appendages to serve as model for Natasha's bionic arm.
  • Machine Monotone: Speaks like one due to being A.I.
  • Robot Buddy: Kelex was intended to be this for Clark/Kal-El, taking care of him and educating him about Krypton to prevent its culture from dying with the planet.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: He was shutdown for 700 years before Clark found the ship but is unable to understand the technology, he decides to look for the other ship where Kara reside there. Clark takes Kara to the ship he found earlier. Kara is able to activate the ship and awaken Kelex from sleep mode. Kelex vaccinates the two who have unknowingly been exposed to the particle plague in the ship.
  • Servile Snarker: Kelex is, for all intents and purposes, a virtual butler for the House of El. That doesn't mean that he won't snark at his owner's expense.

     Chloe Sullivan

Chloe Sullivan is the best friend of Clark Kent, cousin of Lois Lane and a journalist of Daily Planet. She is the long time girlfriend and fiancé of Jimmy Olsen.

  • Adaptational Dye Job: Chloe is a brunette rather than a blonde as in Smallville, mostly to distance her from Allison Mack in light of Mack's involvement in the sex cult, NXIVM.
  • Badass Bookworm: Chloe is highly intelligent and researches a lot.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Wears a tank-top that exposes her navel.
  • Childhood Friends: With Clark
  • Determinator: Chloe never gives up, especially when it's something that is important to her.
  • Empath: Being exposed to Kryptonite gave her the ability of seeing and even influencing other people's emotions.
  • Genki Girl: When she gets excited, she's really excited.
  • Interspecies Friendship: With Clark. Clark is a Kryptonian and Chloe is a human.
  • Motor Mouth: Sometimes when Chloe gets talking or going, she can't stop, especially when she's either excited or panicked.
  • Official Couple: Engaged to Jimmy Olsen.
  • Teen Genius: Chloe is highly intelligent and analytical.

     Lana Lang

Lana Lang was Clark Kent's high school sweetheart. She is one of the very few people who knows that Clark Kent is Superman.

  • Alliterative Name: Lana Lang, she's one of the many L.L. who litters the Superman mythos.
  • Amicable Exes: She and Clark remained friends after their relationship.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: She and Clark known each other since childhood and were classmates, but they were only friends who were next-door neighbors. both date each other eventually. The two broke up after they graduated to Smallville high.
  • Composite Character: While stating true to her personality in the comics and other media she also has the Meteorite Necklace from Smallville.
  • Cute Bookworm: She was at the top of her class, as well as being undeniably gorgeous.
  • Dude Magnet: Lana is attractive to the opposite sex. She's had many different guys who are in love with her and has had quite a few love interests
  • Official Couple: Engaged to John-Henry Irons/Steel.
  • Parental Abandonment: Both of her parents died in the meteor shower.
  • Secret Keeper: She's one of the people who knows Clark is Superman.
  • Stepford Smiler: Outwardly very sweet and friendly, but hides a LOT of emotional trauma.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: More significant at some points than others, however.
  • Tragic Keepsake: Her Meteorite necklace is a memento build a piece of the same meteor that killed her parents.

     David Conchada (Eradicator)
The Eradicator was an artificial intelligence based on the mind of religious zealot Kem-Veks. Its purpose was to alter the genes of Kryptonians and bind them to their planet, and would fuse with a human from STAR Labs named David Conchada and after Kara reprogrammed his code and David would suit as the Eradicator on occasions when members of House of El are injured.
  • Adaptation Name Change: His last name was changed to Conchada rather Conner in the comics as it was done to avoid confusion with Conner Kent/Kon-El.
  • Cool Shades: The Eradicator cannot stand even low levels of light, so he dons a pair of yellow shades that take up somewhere between a third and half of his face.
  • Energy Absorption: What distinguishes the Eradicator from other Kryptonians is his ability to manipulate energy. Eradicator is actually a being of pure energy, therefore he possesses vast energy manipulation abilities, ranging from being able to absorb, convert and release various forms of energy as powerful blasts from his hands or eyes.
  • Fusion Dance: Originally Cleric overrode David Conchada's mind, but ever since Kara reprogrammed him, David's personality slips into the Eradicator, to the point they will merge completely one day.
  • Genius Bruiser: Being a program from Krypton, the Eradicator possesses extensive knowledge of Krypton, is extremely intelligent, as well as the ability to compute and process information at incredible speed.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Kara reprogrammed him so that, instead of attacking non-pure Kryptonians, he now guards the House of El. He now even helps Martha Kent at the farm.
  • Heroic Host: David fused with the AI protocol based on Kryptonian philosopher turned religious zealot, Kem-Veks.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: Has remained good friends with Martha Kent, often driving her to doctor's appointments and helping with maintaining the farm, but he's particularly happy when Martha's grandkids stay on the farm.
  • Machine Monotone: The Eradicator only speaks in an even, matter-of-face tone because he's the semi-physical form of an A.I.
  • The Medic: As a master of Kryptonian and human anatomy, David/Eradicator is a proficient surgeon and physician.
  • Race Lift: His host is a philippine man named David Conchada, rather than David Conner.
  • Superpower Lottery: He shares the Kryptonian power set such as the Nigh-Invulnerability, Eye Beam, X-Ray Vision, Super Speed, Super Strength, Super Senses and Flight.
  • Technopath: As a sentient supercomputer, the Eradicator has limitless cybernized interactive capability, being able to control and operate the vastly more advanced crystal based nanotech computers of the Fortress of Solitude along with lower level technologies of earth.


     Selina Kyle-Wayne (Catwoman)
Click for Catwoman 

Selina Kyle is a costumed cat burglar known by the alias Catwoman with an on-again, off-again, romantic relationship with Batman. She would later marry Bruce and sire a daughter with him known as Helena Wayne.

  • Absurdly Sharp Claws: She wears gloves with diamond-tipped claws.
  • Action Mom: After becoming married with Bruce, Selina is now the stepmother of Dick Grayson, Jason Todd, Tim Drake, Cassandra Cain and Damian Wayne. Also she's biological mother of Helena Wayne.
  • Badass Normal: Quick combatant, has the ability to roof hop (which ignites hers and Batman's iconic roof chasing), took lessons in martial arts and acrobatics (with some self-training involved), and overall has come to be able to fend for herself incredibly well, expertise resembling that of the Bat-Family members.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her civilian appearance.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: With Batman. Even after marrying they still have their moments.
  • Berserk Button: It's best not to hurt any cats around her, but especially not the ones she personally owns.
  • Biker Babe: If Catwoman gets a "signature" set of wheels, it will most likely be a motorcycle.
  • Bi the Way: Well, her relationships with Holly, Ivy and Harley were not entirely ambiguous.
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: The brunette to Harley's blonde and Ivy's redhead.
  • Cats Are Mean: Her pet Isis usually helps her steal valuables.
  • Classy Cat-Burglar: She's the Trope Codifier, or at least used to be.
  • Commonality Connection: Selina first bonded with her stepson Damian through their mutual affection for cats.
  • Dating Catwoman: And in this case, marrying her.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Selina is one sassy woman.
  • Femme Fatale: One of the more classic examples, though the influence has decreased a bit over the years.
  • Friend to All Children: She has a soft spot for kids, and seems to instinctively know how to get them on her side. This is probably why she gets along so well with her stepchildren.
  • Friend to All Living Things: All cats, at least. Krypto seems to have taken a liking to her as well.
  • Goggles Do Something Unusual: They give her night vision. And general eye protection, since her line of work tends to involve crashing through skylights and other potentially eye-unfriendly things.
  • Good Stepmother: Selina draws no distinction between her biological daughter and her many step kids. She loves them all equally, and will make the life of anyone who hurts them a living Hell.
  • Hell-Bent for Leather: Her costume is made of leather and very skintight.
  • Kind Hearted Cat Lover: She loves cats, and doesn't mind feeding strays that come by the Wayne Manor.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Selina is not aware that Carmine Falcone is her biological father.
  • Mama Bear: If you hurt women, kids, or animals around her, good luck making it to the end of the day.
  • Morality Chain: It's thanks to her that Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy become functional members of society (most of the time).
  • Official Couple: With Bruce.
  • Power Trio: While they don't hang out as much as they used to, she, Harley and Ivy are still the Gotham City Sirens.
  • Reformed Criminal: She even voluntarily returned to Arkham to finish her sentence. Now she's content with being the wife of a billionaire.
  • Spy Catsuit: Both the Trope Maker and Trope Namer.
  • Whip It Good: Her trademark whip.

     Lucius Fox

  • Composite Character: Based on his incarnation of The Dark Knight series.
  • Cool Old Guy: Like Alfred he's a savvy, snarky, older gentleman.
  • Fan Boy: Lucius Fox has admitted to being a Nite Owl "fanboy", basing much of his designs on Nite Owl's arsenal. Interestingly, Lucius said he knew an aeronautics engineer at Atwater Air who was also a Nite Owl "fanboy" and the two would often geek out by theorizing how that equipment was made, even occasionally making blueprints. These hobby plans would late be adapted into actual prototypes for use by the Batman and his allies.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He's helped invent a lot of Batman's equipment.
  • Honest Corporate Executive: Like Bruce, he is also an equally honest businessman. Bruce hired him because he recognized Lucius's strong business ethics. He is largely responsible from rescuing Wayne Enterprises from ruin and forging it into the multinational corporate giant that it is today.
  • Outliving One's Offspring: His son Timothy died before him.
  • Science Hero: He's the good-hearted scientist who help created Batman's gadgets and other cool tech.
  • Secret Secret-Keeper: Much like Jim Gordon, it's implied Lucius knows about Bruce's nighttime antics.

     Sasha Bordeaux
  • Amicable Exes: With Bruce, since they remain on good terms and continue to work together despite having broke up.
  • Bi the Way: She swings both ways.
  • Bodyguarding a Badass: Bruce is not incapable of defending himself, but remains as head of his security detail anyway.
  • Composite Character: Of Alfred's daughter Julia Pennyworth and Sasha Bordeaux, Bruce's new bodyguard. Her full name is even Sasha Julia Bordeaux.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Inherits this from her father.
  • Happily Married: With Jason Bard.
  • Hidden Depths: She likes country western music and that allowed her to develop her American accent so well she can pass as American.
  • Mixed Ancestry: Her father is British while her mother was french of Romani descent.
  • The Strategist: As a military officer, Sasha was trained in tactical analysis and strategic assessments. As a security chief and a tactical coordinator for Batman's operations, she retains use of these skills and continues to improve them.

     Thomas and Martha Wayne
Thomas Wayne
Martha Wayne née Kane

  • Deceased Parents Are the Best: Both share this trope, though Bruce has especially fond memories of them.
  • Death by Origin Story: One of the most famous examples alongside Jor-El and Lara Lor-Van.
  • Dramatic Necklace Removal: The pearl necklace Martha wore that Joe Chill stole is shown to be ripped off her neck and scattered.
  • Fisher King: While not the king of Gotham, Thomas was one of its wealthiest and best respected citizens, and the city fell apart when he die.
  • Non-Idle Rich: Instead of merely enjoying the billions he inherited his father Thomas went out and became a good surgeon. While Martha was a philanthropist specializing in helping children.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: It's easy to tell were Bruce got the looks from. Martha on the other hand looked similar to her relatives on the Kane family, especially her niece Kate.
  • Posthumous Character: Their deaths was a signal to Gotham City's criminal underworld that evil could get away with anything, and the city suffered as a result.

     Helena Wayne 
The daughter of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle, making her half-sister of Damian Wayne and Terry McGinnis.
  • Cheerful Child: Mostly because she's too little to fully comprehend her family's double life.
  • Dead Guy Junior: Her middle name is Martha, after her paternal grandmother.
  • Everyone's Baby Sister: Played almost literally; Threaten this girl, and the whole damn Batfamily will be out for your blood.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name originates from the Ancient Greek word for "torch". In the Batfamily's dark world, Helena is their brightest light.

     Holly Robinson (Catwoman 2.0)
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A former prostitute who was saved by Catwoman. She was trained by Catwoman and Wildcat, and temporarily became the new Catwoman when Selina took a break from the role.
  • Classy Cat-Burglar: She has been taught stealth, athletics, hot-wiring, lock-picking, thieving, acrobatics, and martial arts by Selina.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her Sons of Batman outfit.
  • Legacy Character: She takes over the Catwoman mantle after Selina Kyle.
  • Lipstick Lesbian: She seems to alternate between this and a more tomboyish style.
  • Power Trio: Since Selina is busy taking care of Helena, Holly has sort of taken her place among the Gotham City Sirens.
  • The Runaway: She ended up on the streets after running away from Abusive Parents.

     Dr. Leslie Thompkins
Dr. Leslie Thompkins is a Pacifist doctor operating out of the toughest part of Gotham's criminal slums. She was a colleague of Thomas Wayne and a close friend to the Wayne family.
  • Actual Pacifist: Refuses to cause any sort of harm to any person.
  • Badass Pacifist: She'll never engage in violence, but that doesn't mean she won't stand up to just about everyone.
  • Good Is Not Nice: She might help people in distress, but that doesn't mean she will be nice while doing it.
  • Parental Substitute: She's Bruce's godmother and wishes she had spent more time with him after Bruce lost his parents.
  • Secret Keeper: While she doesn't like it, she knows the identities of Batman and the Bat-Family.

     Cullen Row

     Harold Allnut

  • Abled in the Adaptation: While he is in the autism spectrum, he's not a hunchback nor mute.
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: His appearance in the comics is something of an Igor, but here he's average looking.
  • Alliterative Family: His parents were named Henry and Harriet.
  • Asexual: Harold doesn't pursue any type of relationship due to his known autism.
  • Badass Normal: Having been around for much of Bruce Wayne's training and having watched all the Robins train in the Batcave, Harold is a very skilled fighter, technically. He lacks the mindset to utilize this in most circumstances, but when properly motivated (such as when David Cain was threatening a young Dick Grayson) Harold has risen to the occasion. Coupled with his immense size and strength from years of hard work, Harold can do significant damage. He once choked out Man-Bat in order to save the life of Alfred.
  • The Engineer: Harold's true talent is in understanding machines and how things work. Harold is fully capable of building, repairing, armoring, retrofitting, and dismantling all manner of machines including aeronautical and automotive vehicles, cutting edge weaponry, explosives, and on a few occasions even alien machinery. What makes all of this even more impressive is that Harold has had very little formal education of any kind.
  • In-Universe Nickname: Harold calls Dick "Richie" as he cannot understand how Dick gets the nickname of Dick derived from his given name of Richard.
  • The Medic: Having seen Alfred carry out a number of procedures and having a knack for understanding how things 'fit' together, Harold has proven himself to be quite the medical expert, having once saved Alfred from bleeding out after an attack by a crazed Man-Bat. Still, Harold gets a bit squeamish around blood so he prefers to let Alfred do the stitching up whenever possible.
  • Mr. Fixit: He can and does repair and maintain the Batclan's fleet of vehicles with ease.
  • Secret Keeper: Is aware of the identities of the Bat-family.
  • Third-Person Person: Usually refers to himself this way.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Harold gave David Cain his facial scars and likewise, David Cain returned the favor.

Wonder Woman

     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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
The daughter of sorcerer Tannarak and amazonian Mercy Graves, Epiphany is an alchemist and the wife of John Constantine.
  • Adaptation Name Change: Her last name goes from Greaves to Graves to signify her new familial relationship.
  • Affectionate Nickname: John calls her "Piffy".
  • Anything That Moves: Zatanna isn't just John's lover, she's Piffy's lover too. Considering she's half-Amazonian, it's not surprising that she's a pansexual.
  • Curtains Match the Windows: Blue hair and blue eyes. According to Malcolm Duncan, they are a side effect from a bad batch of potions she brewed up during the 1960's.
  • Good Stepmother: She has no distintion toward her stepchildren and nephews/nieces. She loves them all equally, and will make the life of anyone who hurts them a living Hell.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Epiphany is a Homo Magi-Amazonian Hybrid born as result of her Amazonian exile mother Mercy and acclaimed alchemist father Tannarak. Epiphany's mother had traveled to the city of Byzantium to learn the secrets of alchemy from the Tannarak, and though Yosha herself was a poor candidate whose mind was better suited for science and detailed knowledge of the mundane world, the ritual gave the daughter born from it a natural affinity for alchemy.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: Not only she's a master alchemist, she's an expert martial artist and sword-fighter.
  • Omniglot: Speaks 20 different languages.
  • Polyamory: She and John are in a polyamorous relationship. According to Velma, both are free to pursue extramarital affairs and even engage in romantic pursuits with other partners. Actually, Piffy is quite close with several of her husband's past and present lovers. This might seem odd to many, but in the magic community it's actually quite common.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Epiphany was born in the 259 C.E. during the middle ages.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her mother happens to be Mercy Graves while her father is the sorcerer Tannarak, making her a half-Amazon alchemist.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: She fell in love with London and its history, and though she would leave every two decades or so for a number of years to avoid suspicions forming of her unaging nature, she always returned... until the rise of Adam Sutler's Norsefire Party brought a London that she no longer recognized and the party's notorious actions droves Epiphany away.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's the same height as her mother at 5'9"/175cm, and thanks to her heritage she's lovely.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her hair is dyed blue.

Rosacarnis is a demonic succubus and the daughter of Nergal and Death. She and John Constantine had three children Adam, Maria, and Saul. Rosacarnis is as manipulative and vicious as her father but also caring and nice like her mother.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: Rather than her true, demonic appearance, she usually appears in the form she used to seduce Constantine, which is likened to a hispanic Zatanna.
  • Ambiguous Situation: Rosacarnis and her angelic lover's unknown child remains a topic of speculation according to Velma Dinkley. It would later be revealed the the child is none other to be Wally Johnson and Gabriel being her lover and the father of Wally, they originally rebelled from Heaven and Hell from their fathers who would use their child as a pawn and Raphael took the child away from their parents, made him a personification of God and swapped him to another child who perished in order to him being raised by mortals.
  • Bi the Way: She's bisexual, which is hardly surprising for her kind.
  • Composite Character: She's combined with Chantinelle, another succubus associated with John Constantine. Chantinelle was a demon succubus who tried to corrupt an angel, but fell in love with him. They had a child, but it was taken by the archangels despite John Constantine's help. In the comics Chantinelle was called Ellie by John and Julie was one of her aliases.
  • Deal with the Devil: She seduced John by her own doing and offered John information on Zatanna's disappearance in exchange for John agreeing to sire three children with her. John, being the horn-dog he is, agreed to the deal and only after the first tryst had been concluded did Rosacarnis tell John that she was the daughter of Nergal.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After knowing John for over a decade, she has gone from her enemy to her close ally and frequent lover.
  • Horny Devils: She's classified as a succubus and is a world class seductress.
  • Lethal Chef: By her own immortality standards, she can't cook, at least nothing suitable for human digestion.
  • No-Sell: Her Endless half overwrites her demon half when it comes to wards, allowing her to bypass them.
  • Odd Friendship: She's friends with both Epiphany Graves and Chas Chandler.
  • Really Gets Around: As expected from a succubus and a professional seductress, she has slept with everyone of her clients, but prefers not to commit on a relationship and loves being a single woman.
  • Really 700 Years Old: While not specified, she's a few hundred years older than Epiphany, who was born during the middle ages.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her mother happens to be Death of the Endless.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's 5'9"/175cm tall and a complete stunner.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: Has amber eyes while in her default human form, which were inherited by her three children.

     Gemma Masters
The niece of John Constantine; Gemma followed her uncle into the world of magic in her adolescence. But then she tried to get away from magic, but that hasn't really worked out for her.
  • Bi the Way: Much like her uncle, Gemma is bisexual.
  • The Cynic: Gemma is not the most well-adjusted person, nor does she want to be. She's seen the world for what it is and has made peace with that.
  • Emo Teen: Gives that impression with her eyeshadow and deadpan expression. Considering what she's been through, is no surprise she has PTSD.
  • Foil: Of her cousin Stanley Dover. While she's a redhead with green eyes, Stanley is blonde with blue eyes. Both lost their parents under supernatural circumstances, but Gemma has a gloomy disposition, while Stanley is very friendly and incredibly pure.
  • Irony: She has an affinity for Vivimancy "Life-magic", but she's not very adept at it because of her "doom and gloom" disposition. As Velma Dinkley puts it, she doesn't embrace her "inner light".
  • Odd Friendship: With her cousin Stanley. They are quite different, and yet they somehow hold a great respect for each other. Gemma sees something in Stanley that reminds her that the world isn't all bad. As for Spot, Gemma thinks that having a big pink fuzzy demon for a best friend is pretty "bitchin".
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: She's a green-eyed redhead and niece of one of the most famous mages in the world.

     Stanley Dover Jr.
Nephew of John Constantine, Stanley was an ordinary little boy until one day he found a monster via a failed ritual. Luckily for the world the monster was more afraid of the world than the world could be of him.
  • A Boy and His X: A boy and his friendly demon.
  • Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: In the comics Stanley Dover Sr. was his maternal grandfather, but here Sr. is his paternal grandfather.
  • Bond Creatures: Spot became bonded to him when his grandfather accidentally messed up the ritual.
  • Child Mage: According to Velma, Stanley Dover has immense magical potential. When he was taken by his grandfather and held in captivity in a lair warded against demonic intrusion with Enochian sigils and ninth circle inscription, Spot was able to breach the wards by drawing on Stanley's power. Supposedly the sight of it made John Constantine drop his cigarette.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Has blonde hair and is an incredibly pure person capable of befriending even demons.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His mother Sheila Dover is the sister of John Constantine, making him cousin of all the Constantine children.

     Spot (Beast with No Name)
A demon cast out of hell for his kindly and gentle personality.
  • Big Foot Sasquatch And Yeti: While he's not really a Sasquatch, his sightings throughout history inspired the legend of many similar creatures around the world.
  • The Exile: Exiled from Hell by Lucifer for "being too nice".
  • Fluffy the Terrible: A huge demon named "Spot".
  • Gentle Giant: He might be huge and occasionally intimidating, but most of the time he's a huge, friendly fur-ball. Just don't threaten Stanley.
  • Our Demons Are Different: He's certainly a different type of demon from the likes of Etrigan, Trigon and Mazikeen.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Was born in ancient Mesopotamia and has wandered the Earth for centuries.
  • Stealth Expert: Spot can not only go invisible, but his pink coat of fur appears to have some photo-reactive properties to it. When Spot stands still, he tends to be difficult to notice at a distance. When he's caked in mud with leaves and twigs tucked into his matted fur, standing still in the forest, he makes for a surprisingly convincing tree.

     Adam Constantine
The eldest son John Constantine and Rosacarnis.

     Maria Constantine
Daughter and middle child of John Constantine and Rosacarnis.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Wears a tank-top that shows her midsection.
  • Bi the Way: Much like her parents she's bisexual.
  • Creepy Blue Eyes: When using her demonic powers, her sclera becomes black and her eyes turn blue.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: She's a half-demon Homo Magi with Endless ancestry due to her mother being the demon succubus Rosacarnis.
  • Multi-Melee Master: Inherited from her grandfather Nergal, Maria has a natural affinity for bloodshed. She is able to master almost any weapon she becomes remotely familiar with. She can become proficient in a weapon she just encounters within two minutes and become a master of it within an hour. Maria also can mimic martial arts maneuvers she is able to study or encounters at a similar rate.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her maternal grandmother is Death of the Endless.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: She and her siblings have amber eyes, signifying their supernatural heritage.

     Saul Constantine
The youngest son of Saul Constantine and Rosacarnis.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: He's a half-demon Homo Magi with Endless ancestry due to his mother being the demon succubus Rosacarnis.
  • Psychic Powers: By mental domination, Saul may be able to exert his will on the weak-minded. Commands must be spoken aloud.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: When using his demonic powers, his sclera becomes black and his eyes turn red.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His maternal grandmother is Death of the Endless.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: While Adam and Maria inherited John's looks, Saul inherited Rosacarnis' black hair.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: He and his siblings have amber eyes, signifying their supernatural heritage.
  • Telepathy: Saul cannot only just command others to do his bidding, but he can also plunder their thoughts. While his mastery is truly impressive, his range is very limited and he usually requires physical contact.

Other Heroes

     Silas Stone

     Lian Harper
The daughter of Roy Harper and Jade Nguyen, niece of Artemis Crock and half-brother of Tommy Spivot.
  • The Cutie: She's often considered one of the most adorable and precocious kids in the DCU, and is frequently doted on by her many surrogate aunts and uncles as well as by her father.
  • Daddy's Girl: To say she's this is an understatement. Roy and Lian absolutely love each other, and while their family life isn't perfect, they're widely considered to have one of the best father-daughter relationships in the DCU.
  • Morality Pet: She was considered one to her mother Cheshire, as many people felt the love she had for Lian was quite possibly her only redeemable feature.
  • Mixed Ancestry: Her mother is half Caucasian and half Vietnamese. Her father is white with some Navajo ancestry.
  • Related in the Adaptation: The revelation of Paula's parentage makes Lian and her half-brother Tommy the great-grandchildren of Eddie Blake/The Comedian.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Lian is alive in Earth 27 meaning her highly controversial death in Cry For Justice did not happened here.
  • Twofer Token Minority: On her father's side she's American Plus Roy's Navajo upbringing, while on her mother's side she's half Caucasian and Vietnamese.

     Mary Grayson/Mariand'r (Nightstar)

     Roselynn Stewart-Pierce

     Arthur Jeron "A.J." Curry/ Ar'Jeron ta'Atlan (Aqualad III)
  • 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 succesor 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.

     Col. Jacob Kane
Kate Kane’s father, with whom she (at times) has a tumultuous relationship.
  • Adaptational Backstory Change: In this continuity, Jacob slipped into alcoholism in the aftermath of Gabi and Beth Kane's deaths, something which the comics specifically indicate did not happen.
  • Colonel Badass: He's a colonel and a Badass.
  • Cool Uncle: Most of the time for Bruce and Bette.
  • Massive Numbered Siblings: He has had four siblings; Philip, Nathan, Martha and Adeline Kane.
  • Related in the Adaptation: One of his sisters is Adeline Kane, Slade Wilson's ex-wife, meaning he's the uncle of Grant and Joseph Wilson.
  • Secret Keeper: Is aware of his daughter and nephew's activities.

     Aristotle "Tot" Rodor
He is the creator of pseudoderm, and a friend and mentor to both Vic Sage and Renee Montoya.
  • Brutal Honesty: He never minces his words, usually going straight to the point.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Tot is the inventor of psuedoderm and closely guards the chemical formula to the specific formula used for the Question's mask. He also created a bonding gas used to seal the mask.
  • Genius Bruiser: Even Bruce Wayne has been known to describe Tot as "too smart for his own good". Tot excelled in philosophy, political science, chemistry and mechanical engineering in his schooling days.
  • Grumpy Old Man: He's not a bad person, but his bluntness and general rudeness don't endear him to his younger co-workers.
  • No Social Skills: His people skills are rather lacking.
  • Older Sidekick: For The Question.
  • Smoking Is Cool: Tot tried to quit smoking when Vic died of lung cancer but he became too depressed to be of any help to Renee. He began smoking Morleys again when Renee found some of Vic's old cigarettes. Thankfully, Tot is not a chain-smoker like Vic, usually only smoking when he is working on something that requires precision or when stressed out.
  • The Watson: For The Question. First for Vic Sage and currently for Renee Montoya.

     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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

     Abby Arcane-Holland

     Ellen Frazier-Baker
The wife of Buddy Baker, Animal Man and mother of their 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.
  • 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.

     James "Jimmy" Gordon Jr.
The son of James Gordon and Sarah Essen and brother of Barbara Gordon.

     Walter Steele

     April O'Neil

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