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Bat-Family

     Selina Kyle-Wayne (Catwoman) 
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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.
  • 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.
  • Honorary Aunt: She and Pamela Isley are Lucy Quinzel's 'aunts'.
  • 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 
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Lucius Fox is a brilliant business manager and corporate executive at Wayne Enterprises. He is a close friend and confidante to Bruce Wayne, frequently acting as his financial liaison. In addition, his actions are responsible for many of the resources that go towards developing Batman's equipment.
  • 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 
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The daughter of Alfred Pennyworth and head of security for Bruce Wayne.
  • Amicable Exes: With Bruce, since they remain on good terms and continue to work together despite having broke up.
  • 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.
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     Thomas and Martha Wayne 
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Thomas Wayne
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Martha Wayne née Kane
The late parents of Bruce Wayne, whose murder inspired Bruce in his crusade to bring hope back to Gotham City.
  • 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.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her Sons of Batman outfit.
  • Classy Cat-Burglar: She has been taught stealth, athletics, hot-wiring, lock-picking, thieving, acrobatics, and martial arts by Selina.
  • 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 
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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 
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The younger brother of Harper Row. He's currently in a relationship with Isaiah Crockett.
  • Fanboy: Cullen and Isaiah are big fans of the Supernatural book series written by Carver Edlund/Chuck Shurley.
  • Morality Pet: He is this to Harper.
  • Official Couple: Dating Isaiah Crockett/Hotspot.
  • Secret Keeper: Has been brought into the fold concerning the identities of the Bat-family.
  • Straight Gay: He doesn't act stereotypically homosexual or anything of the sort.
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     Harold Allnut 
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A mechanical genius working for Batman, Harold made many of his gadgets and maintained his vehicles.
  • 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.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Harold isn't killed by Hush like in the comics.
  • 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.

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The Terrible Trio

     In General 

     Kathleen Duquesne (Dragon) 
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  • Art: Kathy's mother was supposedly a gifted artist, a skill Kathy inherited from her. Kathy took this skill, advancing it through more refined practice at college, which is where she met Sonia Alcana.
  • Death Seeker: Kathy constantly puts herself in life and death situations. Apparently, only when she is in danger does she truly feel alive. This might be a subconscious way of reconnecting with her deceased mother?
  • Mafia Princess: Kathy's father is a full blown Crime Boss.
  • Missing Mom: Kathy's mother Tuyen became fatally addicted to heroin until her tragic death when Kathy was just seventeen years old.
  • Official Couple: With Luke Fox.
  • Omniglot: Kathy is half-African American and half-Chinese. She used to spend summers in Hong Kong and speaks both Mandarin and Cantonese fluently.
  • Race Lift: She's half african-american half Chinese here.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her aunt is Chien Na Wei, better known as China White.

     Det. Sonia Alcana (Kraken) 
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  • Fair Cop: Sonia is a skilled investigator as evidenced by her being qualified to work as a detective at such a young age.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: Sonia is a skilled markswoman, graduating from her police academy class with the highest merit in the marksmanship category.
  • Odd Friendship: Sonia hangs out at the Sons of Batman Clubhouse even though it is against GCPD policy to fraternize with members of a known gang. The Sons of Batman were classified as a criminal gang by the GCPD in 2016. She bypasses this restriction by having transferred to the Gangs task force, which allows her to perform 'undercover' work.
  • Omniglot: Sonia speaks fluent English and has conversational level familiarity with Spanish and Greek.
  • Memento MacGuffin: Sonia apparently owns a batarang which Batman gave to her while waiting for the police to respond to the scene of her parents murder. The batarang is framed and hangs on the wall of her shared studio apartment with Rocky Ballantine.
  • Tranquil Fury: Sonia often lets her anger get the better of her thinking. She has a lot of unresolved issues stemming from the death of her family. She tends to channel her anger into her fists whenever she is involved in any altercation with suspected criminals, having numerous citations for excessive force.

     Dr. Roxanne "Rocky" Ballantine (Griffin) 
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  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Rocky is known to be quite nervous and easily gets overworked and frazzled, she was also known to a bit of wimp as well, lacking the confidence to stand up for herself.
  • Endearingly Dorky: Rocky in her Digging Yourself Deeper moments.
  • Escape Artist: Rocky's forte. Not only is she highly skilled in the construction and application of security mechanisms such as vaults, locks, restraints, laser grids, and keypads; but she is exceptionally well-versed in security strategic planning. She is also an accomplished escapologist by merit of her ability to assess faults in a security device and calculate how best to defeat it.
  • Genius Bruiser: Rocky is an exceptionally gifted woman with a particular knack for engineering, computer sciences, chemistry, and invention.
  • In-Series Nickname: Rocky Ballantine.

Other Gotham Citizens

     Julie Madison 
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Artist and former fiancée to Bruce Wayne, also the mother of Terry and Matt McGinnis.

     Vesper Fairchild 
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A TV and Radio personality who became romantically involved with billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne (Batman). She would later marry the mayoral candidate Lincoln March, who unknown to her doubles as the villain Owlman.
  • Brutal Honesty: She's known to be full of moxy and be very vocal in her opinions.
  • Fangirl: She's often outspoken in her approval of vigilantes, especially Batman, while being quite dismissive or even critical of many more "noble" heroes, such as Superman.
  • I Love You Because I Can't Control You: She got Bruce's attention after an interview with him in which she impressed him with her unrestrained criticisms of Wayne's potential merger with Lex Luthor.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: She's not aware her husband Lincoln March is Owlman or that her old flame Bruce Wayne was Batman.
  • Love Interest: For Bruce Wayne, falling on the Girl of the Week spectrum.
  • The Masquerade Will Kill Your Dating Life: Her romance with Bruce tends to fail regularly, as he believes her to be a risk to his identity as Batman.
  • Old Money: She's part of the Tobacconists' Club an exclusive old money club for the rich and powerful of Gotham.
  • Proud Beauty: She's very vain and proud of her good looks.
  • Settle for Sibling: Possibly, if Lincoln March really is Bruce Wayne's long lost brother.

     Silver St. Cloud 
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One of Bruce Wayne's Love Interests. She knows of Bruce's double life as the Batman.
  • Alliterative Name: Silver St. Cloud.
  • Convenient Coma: Her fiancé was killed by Onomatopoeia in a kidnapping that also critically wounded her. She has been in a coma ever since.
  • Love Interest: To Bruce Wayne, as the first major relationship after his return to Gotham. After the paparazzi caught pictures of them together, Alfred decided that Bruce should capitalize on this to help distinguish Bruce Wayne from the crime-fighting persona he was building, but Bruce ended up caring for her more than just a Girl of the Week.
  • Love Cannot Overcome: Soon after Bruce adopter Dick that Silver began to realize that she was dating one half of the Dynamic Duo. When she confronted Bruce about her suspicions, he did not deny it. Bruce even gave her a tour of the Batcave. Surprisingly, Silver seemed okay with it... for a few months. But after she saw the Batman in action on the news highlights reel one night, it became so much more real for her and she told Bruce she couldn’t do it anymore and the two broke up.
  • Mystical White Hair: She has silvery blonde hair, although there's no particular reason behind it.
  • Old Money: Was born among the ranks of Gotham’s old money and high-society.
  • Secret Keeper: One of the few outside the Bat-Family and fellow heroes that's aware of Bruce's secret identity.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Sort of. Silver St. Cloud was killed when Onomatopoeia kidnapped her in the comics. In this universe, she was just placed into a coma for years and later disappeared from the hospital when Onomatopoeia escaped from prison.

     Vicki Vale 
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  • Alliterative Name: Vicki Vale.
  • Curiosity Is a Crapshoot: She's curious by nature which often led her to success as a reporter as well as many dangerous situations.
  • Damsel in Distress: Her Intrepid Reporter can often lead to her being kidnapped. She first met Batman when she was held hostage by mobster Tony Zucco and he rescued her.
  • Fake Relationship: Years after she broke up with Bruce, Vicki agreed to be his girlfriend once again, as his alibi. A couple of nights a week they would make a token appearance in public and then Vicki would sleepover at the Manor or Bruce and she would retire to her apartment where he kept a locked chest under the bed with a spare Bat-suit to go on his nightly escapades as Batman. Though it wasn't uncommon for them to also indulge in their carnal pleasures. She even played the part of jilted lover to the public when he proposed to Selina and "cheated" on her.
  • Fatal Flaw: Vicki honestly admits she is constantly tempted to write a story revealing that Bruce Wayne is Batman.
  • Friendly Rivalry: With fellow reporter and old friend Jack Ryder and they even host their own podcast and Talk Show "Vale v Ryder".
  • Friends with Benefits: Her arrangement to be Bruce Wayne's alibi made them something more like business partners (with benefits) more than actual romantic partners. With that mindset, Bruce hooked up with Selina Kyle on occasion. He was upfront and honest with Vicki about it and she actually took it well as she too shared Bruce's mindset concerning their relationship. They continued the charade for a while, with Vicki even agreeing to date to Tommy Elliot while he posed as Bruce (though she did constantly start arguments with him in order to evade intimacy with him) but they broke off when Bruce proposed to Selina.
  • Going for the Big Scoop: Much like her journalistic peer, Lois Lane, Vicki Vale tends to get in over her head in dangerous situations.
  • Happily Adopted: Having a talent for snooping even as a child, she found out she was adopted when she was seven years old. Understandably, the news was quite devastating for her at first, but she quickly came to terms with it and was happy to have two wonderful parents.
  • Intrepid Reporter: Vicki is an award-winning reporter and among the best journalists in the world today. Her skills are easily comparable to those of excellent investigative reporters like Lois Lane and Clark Kent.
  • Morality Pet: The Joker seems to have a certain fondness for Vicki Vale and has never intentionally hurt her, even going so far as to shoot one of his men who bruised her face while kidnapping her. Also, while incarcerated at Arkham, Joker writes letters to Vicki. She passes them off to Bruce for analysis into Joker's psychological state. They are, surprisingly, not that deranged and seem actually quite mundane.
  • Mr. Exposition: She's a member of The Network, who submit character files of the different characters of Earth 27.
  • Not Right in the Bed: Inverted. During her relationship with Bruce, she began to have her suspicions about Batman and Bruce Wayne being one and the same. To figure out it out, she spontaneously kissed the Dark Knight during an interview to confirm her suspicions. She knew him to be Bruce when he started to kiss her back.
  • Online Alias: Her Network ID is 'Intrepid'.
  • Related in the Adaptation: It's a very strong possibility her brother is the Joker, which would make her aunt of Lucy Quinzel, the Joker's daughter.
  • Scar Survey: After being intimate with Bruce, her noticing his many scars were one of the things that made her suspect he was Batman.
  • Secret Keeper: She's aware of Bruce's secret identity and even provided a few alibis for him. It tormented her for a few years after she first found out, as she was too tempted to reveal it to the world, but she eventually came to terms with it.
  • Slap-Slap-Kiss: After her surprise kiss gave him away Bruce decided to properly reveal his identity as Batman to her. Vicki gave him one more ecstatic kiss and then in a move that Bruce didn't see coming, she slapped him and unexpectedly broke up with him, right there on the patio of her apartment. Vicki would later say she had broke things off to avoid being tempted to reveal Bruce's identity.

     Col. Jacob Kane 
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Kate Kane's father, with whom she (at times) has a tumultuous relationship.

     Aristotle "Tot" Rodor 
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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.
  • Mr. Exposition: He's a member of The Network, who submit character files on the different characters of Earth 27.
  • No Social Skills: His people skills are rather lacking.
  • Older Sidekick: For The Question.
  • Online Alias: His Network alias 'Radar'.
  • 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.

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

     Suzy Linden 
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  • Composite Character: She's based on the second Suzy Linden, a clone of the original, and Flora Black, the second Black Orchid.
  • Green Thumb: As a hybrid, she has a plant based variety of powers connected to the Green.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: She's a plant-human hybrid.
  • Happily Adopted: Ystina took care of her and her "sister" when she found them.
  • Multicolored Hair: Her hair is purple at the front.
  • The Needless: She can absorb nutrients from the air.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: While Alba became interested with magic and joined Dark Justice, Suzy preferred to live a more normal life. That hasn't prevented her from being a Weirdness Magnet.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Any sort of weedkiller can cause damage to Suzy's unique physiology.
  • Weirdness Magnet: While she may want a more "normal life", she's friends with two ghosts, a girl with four parents, an amateur mage bonded with a friendly demon, a half-human half-devil, several mages and superheroes and much more. As Dream of the Endless points out, she's rather normal when compared to her friends.

     Lucy Quinzel 
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The daughter of Harley Quinn and the Joker.
  • Acquired Poison Immunity: She's immune to Joker Venom thanks to her genetic relationship with the Joker. She's immune to other venoms and toxins thanks to her "aunt", Poison Ivy.
  • Adaptational Dye Job: In the comics she was blonde like her mother, but here she's a redhead like how it's very likely her father was.
  • Big, Screwed-Up Family: Her father is the Joker, her mother is Harley Quinn, Anarky is possibly her half-brother and her cousins are Dee Dee. Yeah, she's got a long way ahead.
  • Big Sister Worship: She very much admired her older adoptive sister Emily Nashton and wished to be a hero like her. Her apparent death greatly affected her and made her lash out at school.
  • Birth/Death Juxtaposition: Harley went into labor on the night the Joker beat Jason Todd to death.
  • Canon Immigrant: She originates in the Injustice universe.
  • Morality Pet: Seems to be the only person the Joker actually treats with something resembling kindness.
  • Related in the Adaptation: It's very likely her aunt is Vicky Vale, and her half-brother is Lonnie Marchin/Anarky. Her cousins are the Dee Dee twins.
  • The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter: Not really hot, but she's cute and normal looking when compared to her father.
  • Youthful Freckles: Goes well with her more innocent demeanor.

     Nora Fries 
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The wife of Victor Fries/Mr. Freeze who, after becoming afflicted with the rare McGregor's syndrome, was placed in cryostasis by her husband until he could find a treatment.

     Sebastian Hady 
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A corrupt and sleazy politician who was mayor of Gotham City until he was defeated by Lincoln March in 2016's mayoral election.
  • Corrupt Politician: He's on the payroll of several powerful Gotham criminals, like Rupert Thorne and Oswald Cobblepot.
  • Mayor Pain: Was the corrupt mayor of Gotham for 2 terms, being in the mob's pocket.
  • Punny Name: His initials are S. Hady, Shady. Which obviously fits his disposition.
  • Smug Snake: He's very arrogant towards Lincoln March during the 2016 Gotham Election, but Hady would end up losing.


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