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O'Day and Simeon

    Angel O'Day

The cousin of Steve Trevor and older sister of Athena Trevor/Tough Bunny. She's the partner of Sam Simeon who both run a detective agency together as Angel & Ape.

  • Badass Normal: Angel is a superior hand to hand combatant, with extensive knowledge of karate, Kung Fu, and military trained MMA. She has also been developing her own martial art form in her spare time, based on Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do and the combat style of the Gorilla City warriors, she hasn't settled on a name yet but calls it "Angel Fu" and "Angel Ape Do".
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her shirt is short enough to show her navel.
  • Beast and Beauty: The beauty to her partner Sam's beast.
  • Determinator: Angel is not used to failure as a result, she often likes to "wing it" when going in a confrontation. While this usually works out for her, it has been known to bit her in the backside.
  • The Fashionista: Angel has quite the addiction to fashion. She spends most of her pay on dresses, tops, swimsuits, shoes, jackets, and other accessories. The funny thing is that she usually doesn't get around to ever wearing most of it as she refuses to wear them while working as most of it tends to be completely impractical for her line of work.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: She's more mature and focused than her spacey younger sister.
  • Good Cop/Bad Cop: Often plays the good cop to Sam's bad cop, as she's a trained intelligence officer and nowhere near as intimidating as Sam.
  • Little Big Sister: She might be quite tall herself, but she's shorter than her younger sister Athena.
  • Military Brat: The Trevors are a proud military family, Angel herself joined becoming an agent for Checkmate.
  • Omniglot: Angel is very intelligent and well-educated. Angel is fluent in no less than a dozen foreign languages in addition to English: Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese, Japanese, Dutch Afrikaans, Swahili, Ancient and Modern Greek, Latin, Spanish, German, Russian, and Atlantean.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: With Sam, the two being longtime friends and partners in their Private Investigation business, "Angel & Ape" and is quite comfortable with sharing an apartment with him. Although some dialogue implied there some Unresolved Sexual Tension between them.
  • Private Detective: After quitting her government job she started working as a Private Investigator along with Sam Simeon, opening up an Agency called "Angel & Ape". They tackle everything from murders, blackmail, extramarital affairs, kidnapping, and private security jobs.
  • Proud Beauty: She's easy on the eyes and is quite aware of it.
  • Related Differently in the Adaptation: Instead of half-sister, Angel and Athena are full sisters here.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's the cousin of Steve Trevor here.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's beautiful and measures 5'10/178cm tall.
  • The Tease: She enjoys flirting with men.
  • Weirdness Magnet: Angel has decided to embrace the absurdity of her life and seems quite comfortable with sharing an apartment and office with a quarter ton gorilla, having a super-strong sister, and a cousin who is married to Wonder Woman.

    Sam Simeon

The son of Gorilla Grodd originally named Drogg, he's also partners with Angel O'Day, who both run a detective agency together as Angel & Ape.

  • Alliterative Name: Sam Simeon.
  • Beast and Beauty: The beast to his partner Angel's beauty.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: When Sam tried to use his mental possession on the Joker, the clown's insanity caused Sam's powers to backfire and the Joker's madness infected Sam's mind. This caused Sam to become one of Joker's henchmen for a period of ten days. During that time, Joker fashioned a ridiculous outfit for Sam and referred to him as 'Jackanapes'. Sam was eventually able to dispel the madness from his mind when he witnessed Joker spray Angel with Joker Venom when she came to rescue Sam; but this event has left Sam with a mild phobia of the Joker... and even of Gotham in general.
  • Composite Character: Sam is a composite character with Sam Simeon and Jacknapes, a Gorilla the Joker raise from crime since it was a baby.
  • Friendly Rivalry: Sam and Kyle Rayner are artistic rivals but there's no animosity between them.
  • Good Cop/Bad Cop: Is the bad cop to Angel's good cop, due to his grump demeanor and bestial appearance.
  • Hidden Depths: Sam is an avid reader. While he prefers comic books by far, he also enjoys reading the classics.
  • In-Universe Nickname: Sam uses the pseudonym "Prime Ape" as his comic industry moniker, not wanting clients to take Angel less seriously if they find out her partner draws 'cartoons'.
  • Killer Gorilla: Subverted. He maybe an intelligent gorilla, but he's a detective and a good person.
  • Limited Wardrobe:
    • Sam's sheer size often poses a problem for him while navigating environments made for humans. For instance, he can't use a normal computer as his fingers are just too big and he has to have all his clothing tailor-made (hence his preference for suits).
    • Sam gives Angel three-quarters of his closet at their apartment to use for storing her fashion supplies. Sam only needs enough room for his five business suits, five large t-shirts, and a few pairs of 6XL gym shorts.
  • Master of Illusion: Sam is able to make himself appear like a human so long as not too many people in the crowd are actually focusing on him. Sam can also make people overlook his and Angel's presence, so long as they're not actively looking for them.
  • Meaningful Name: Sam took his first name from 'Sam Beckett', the protagonist of the late 80's/early 90's sci-fi series Quantum Leap. The choice of name not only shows Sam's interest in geek culture, but has a psychological element to as it reveals Sam's interest in being able to leave his own body and leap into another, presumably that of a human.
  • Mind over Manners: Sam can give one word commands to those who are not strong-willed or who are not actively resisting. Commands often used by Sam include sleep, calm, run, quiet, stay, and speak.
  • Morality Chain: As alluded to above, Sam cares deeply for Angel and if she is put in danger or threatened, Sam cannot think rationally. Of course, this is somewhat mitigated by the fact that Sam realizes just how capable of a human Angel is and she is able to take care of herself more often than not; but should a being pose a significant threat to Angel's well-being, whether physical, mental, or emotional, Sam can be easily coerced to do most anything to prevent such harm.
  • Omniglot: Using his telepathy, Sam is a master of practically any language he needs to use. However, he is fluent in English and Latin, in addition to his native tongue of Gorillese (which is based off of the languages of Zambesi and Korikaan).
  • Platonic Life-Partners: Sam is this with Angel, with both sharing an apartment and office together. Although some dialogue implied there some Unresolved Sexual Tension between them.
  • Private Detective: When he's not inking the pages of Deus Ex Machina Man, Sam is backing up Angel in her Private Investigation business "Angel & Ape".
  • Psychic Powers: Sam is an exceptional psionic inherited by his biological father Gorilla Grodd. While he has just as much potential as his father, Sam's abilities are still developing and have not been augmented by Cadmus influence and as such, he is much weaker than his father in this regard.
  • Related Differently in the Adaptation: Instead of his grandson like in the comics, Sam is Grodd's son on Earth-27.
  • Scare the Dog: Animals will often ignore Sam's presence, even if the presence of a giant gorilla would normally cause an animal to flee in terror. This ability only works so long as Sam has no aggressive intent toward the animal.
  • Trademark Favourite Food: Sam claims his favorite food is fish tacos. He also enjoys just about anything made by street vendors and seems like he is never happier than when he gets to sample a culinary experience for the first time.
  • You Won't Like Me When I'm Angry: When injured or sufficiently enraged, Sam's primal urges override his intelligent mind, causing him to become incredibly aggressive. He has been known to attack allies during such instances as he has a hard time distinguishing human faces and voices when so consumed. Angel O'Day has shown that she is the exception to this rule, but usually when Sam is so triggered, it's because Angel was put out of commission or is in danger.


Dead Boy Detectives

    Edwin Paine

  • Dead to Begin With: Edwin's a drowned victim at the age of 16 in the 1900's. He and Charles use their ghostly powers to help others along the way and became the Dead Boy Detectives.
  • Elemental Powers: Edwin has shown to have the ability to manipulate elements like wind, fire, electricity, water, and temperature. As a drowning victim, Edwin has a special connection to water and is more easily able to cause it to act unusually (such as causing pipes to burst or causing people in water to be unable to swim or climb out of the water).
  • Ghostly Chill: Edwin's presence lowers the surrounding temperature of his environment by a couple degrees. Psychically sensitive people might sense a powerful shiver or see a single breath fog up when Edwin first enters a room.
  • Invisible to Normals: Though naturally invisible to those without special sight, Edwin can also choose to go invisible to the supernatural as well, causing himself to disappear from sight to all but the most powerful supernatural beings with "death sight" such as reapers, gods of death, or other ghosts.
  • Jacob Marley Apparel: Edwin's wearing his Brentwood Academy uniform despite his death.
  • Making a Splash: Edwin can manipulate or even create ghostly water from nowhere, such as causing walls to leak water or statues to cry. He can also more easily manifest if touching a source of water. This is tied to his cause of death.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different
  • Telekinesis: Edwin is able to move virtually anything with his mind if he has enough concentration on the object. Edwin's telekinesis is powerful enough to shove a grown man a few feet back.
  • Teleportation: Edwin can teleport within eyesight with ease, usually appearing to flicker at random intervals in a jagged pattern until he reaches his destination. Edwin can also teleport to realms in the Void or across great distances to places where he has performed a spell learned from his book.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: As a ghost he has a weakness to different methods:
    • Salt: Ghosts can be repelled by salt and can't cross a line made of salt. Some hunters use rock shot rounds to dissipate ghosts by blasting them with it. Salt is also useful whenever a ghost is possessing a human. Feeding salt in the mouth of the person a ghost is possessing, will cause the ghost great pain and force the ghost out and free the human from the ghost's control. Shooting the person with rock salt will also break a ghost's possession.
    • Iron: Like salt, iron keeps spirits at bay. In a lot of ways, an iron weapon is a good fundamental choice when dealing with any ethereal being. It can use an iron crowbar or fire poker in a pinch. Contact with it will dissipate a ghost for a couple of minutes.
    • Hoodoo: Hoodoo can be used to stop ghosts, and keep them under control, however, this is not a solution and is merely a preventive measure. As such it will stop working eventually.

    Charles Rowland

A boy who is killed at a boarding school. He now forms half of the dead boy detectives alongside Edwin Paine.

  • Intergenerational Friendship: Sure, they might technically be the same age now, but he and Edwin are separated by 100 years. As such their world views are occasionally different.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: Unlike Edwin, he's still attached to the general area where he died.
  • Playing with Fire: Unlike Edwin, he has power over fire, because he was a gunshot victim.


The Winchesters

    Sam Winchester

Sam is the second son of John and Mary Winchester. His mother was killed by a demon; he was also raised as a demon hunter.

  • Anti-Antichrist: As an infant, Sam was fed demon blood and was given special demon abilities by The Yellow Eyed Demon.
  • Badass Bookworm: Sam is highly intelligent, intellectual, scholarly, and a skilled researcher and bookworm. Sam also attended Ivy University and was going to become a lawyer. He is into reading and researching information on the hunt; he is considered to be the Brains to Dean's Brawn. To help him in his research, Sam always has a lap top which helps him to look up information such as lore and mythology.
  • Bad Powers, Good People: Sam's powers are demonic in nature, and he uses them to hunt demons. He would think that his powers were good and that he was doing the right thing by using his abilities because he was exorcising demons out of innocent human hosts and saving the human hosts.
  • Bash Brothers: With Dean. He and his brother fight and hunt monsters and supernatural creatures side by side for a living. They are an Action Duo who complement each other and each brother has what the other needs or lacks.
  • Big Brother Worship: As a child, Sam looked up to Dean and strongly admired him. According to Sam, he always looked up to Dean since he (Sam) was four years old and tried to be just like his big brother.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: Sam frequently did this with John ever since his childhood. Sam and John have always clashed and never really got along while Sam was growing up.
  • Child Prodigy: Sam was always a straight-A student throughout his childhood, despite moving from school to school due to the type of lifestyle he grew up in, which is the hunter's life. Later on in his teen years, he got a free ride to Ivy University.
  • Clingy MacGuffin: Sam's demon blood which was fed to him as a baby, which is the primary source of his special Psychic Powers, cannot ever be gotten rid of and will never go away.
  • Cursed With Awesome: Sam possessed the ability to exorcise demons with his mind without killing the human host.
  • Demon Slaying: Sam primarily hunts demons for a living. Although he does hunt other supernatural beings and creatures as well.
  • The Determinator: Sam is very ambitious, driven and determined. When he has a set goal or agenda that he wishes to achieve or complete, he NEVER gives up and will go to extreme lengths to achieve his goals.
  • Gentle Giant: Sam is a big, tall guy who can appear intimidating to others, but he is such a giant puppy who is generally kind, nice, and empathetic with puppy-dog eyes.
  • Guile Hero: Sam is very strategic and manipulative when he wants to be. He relies more on his smarts and brain and he will often conduct more strategic ways of defeating and outwitting his enemies.
  • Heartbroken Badass: Lost the love of his life Jessica. She was murdered in the exact same way as his mother Mary and both deaths were indirectly because of him.
  • Heroic Spirit: Sam is very determined. When he wants to accomplish something, he doesn't give up. Sam is known to be very strong, tough and a fighter.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Cares deeply about Dean and his family. Also, wants to save people and acts as the morality of the Dean and Sam duo. Mostly.
  • Love Hurts: Every single love interest of Sam has died. His most notable one being Jessica.
  • Mr. Vice Guy: Sam is a good person who has good intentions, but he has some major flaws. Some of them include his pride/arrogance, selfishness and his prone to being corrupted and manipulated.
  • Pop-Cultured Badass: Although Sam is more of a Cultured Badass who has a lot of knowledge about art, literature, folklore and mythology, Sam also has a his fair share of knowledge regarding music, movies, television shows and novels.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His grandmother was Mabel Blake, sister of Zinda and Eddie Blake, making him and Dean great nephews of Lady Blackhawk and the Comedian. He's distant cousins with Franklin Clay of the Losers, which makes him relative of Lilith Clay through adoption. He and Dean are also descendants of Quentin Turnbull, the arch enemy of Jonah Hex.
  • Semi-Divine: Sam is technically part demon because he was fed demon blood when he was a baby by the Yellow Eyed Demon. He gained special abilities and powers because of this.
  • Techno Wizard: Sam is very handy with computers and often uses his laptop computer for research during hunting missions.
  • Weirdness Magnet: Sam is a hunter and therefore, is the target of many supernatural beings. Also, Sam is often sought after by demons's due to his destiny which was set out for him by the Yellow Eyed Demon.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Sam has had a life long fear of clowns since childhood.

    Dean Winchester

Dean is the oldest son of John and Mary Winchester. After his mother was killed by a demon, Dean was raised by his father to be an expert hunter that could kill demons, ghosts, and monsters.

  • The Ace / Broken Ace: Dean may be a tough, capable and badass hunter, but his personal life is nothing but loss, grief, pain and tragedy: His mother was tragically killed by the Yellow Demon, his father goes insane with grief and fear for his children and becomes distant, emotionally abusive and turns him into a living weapon the brother that he loves more than anything is destined for a path of darkness and evil and he might have to kill him to save the world.
  • Anti-Hero: Dean isn't the typical classic Ideal Hero. He has committed immoral acts for the greater good. He starts moving down the scale more and more as he goes on.
  • Berserk Button: Dean has many things that make him angry but here are the main things that really piss him off:
    • Don't ever try to harm or endanger his younger brother Sam.
    • His biggest fear is being left alone and he will often yell "Never do that again!" as its apparently the only acceptable thing to do.
    • He hates it when somebody messes with his car.
  • The Berserker: Dean never seems to hesitate throwing himself into a hunting mission or a hunting battle. Dean does it so often that it seems as though he is always seeking death.
  • Brutal Honesty: Dean has a habit of being too honest at times, to the point where his mouth can get him in some serious trouble or even hurt others feelings.
  • Butt-Monkey: Nothing goes right for Dean, ever. Dean is a very unlucky guy in all aspects of life. It's surprising that Dean hasn't completely and totally lost it, even more shocking that he is still alive and functioning.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: Dean has called John out on many different things, especially about John putting so much responsibility on his shoulders regarding protecting Sam and the family.
  • The Charmer: Dean is cocky and charismatic. He is also a womanizer and has plenty of confidence with the opposite sex.
  • Cool Car: Dean drives the infamous 1967 Chevrolet Impala inherited from his father John.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Understandable, considering that Dean is a hunter for a living.
  • Demon Slaying: Dean primarily hunts demons for a living, although he does hunt other supernatural beings and monsters as well. Despite this, it's demons Dean hates the most, as they are responsible for everything that ever went wrong with his life.
  • Determinator: Dean is probably the most determined character of the siblings. Once he sets his mind on something or on a person or mission or plan, HE NEVER GIVES UP.
  • The Dreaded: After a few adventures racking up an enormous body count of demons, ghosts, and monsters, the brothers become this to the supernatural side of things.
  • Ethical Slut: Dean is highly promiscuous and loves sex, although he doesn't get too attached to anyone he sleeps with, considering the dangerous job he has.
  • Father to His Men: As de facto leader, Dean often takes this role. He's always ready to reassure others when there spirit is wavering, and is constantly looking out for his friends' welfare.
  • The Fettered: Although Dean can be highly morally grey and has made plenty of morally questionable deeds, Dean still has a strong conscience and strong morals. Dean believes in doing the right thing as much as possible.
  • The Gunslinger: Dean is extremely skilled with guns, firearms and other weapons. He is a skilled hunter after all and guns are a major part of his job. He uses them for fighting, hunting and killing monsters and supernatural beings.
  • Jerkass: Dean can be a jerk to others from time to time, especially towards those whom he's skeptical or suspicious of. But this mostly has to do with Dean's serious trust issues.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite the fact that Dean has a lot of dick-ish ways, he still has good intentions and has strong compassion for others.
  • Knight Templar Big Brother: Dean is basically the Trope Codifier. Dean will basically kill or hurt anyone who so much as harms Sam in any way, shape or form. Note to others: DO NOT hurt or harm Sam. Dean will come after you big time.
  • Large Ham: Dean can be a rather larger than life character at times. With Dean, sometimes the larger, the better. Especially when it comes to Dean's food.
  • Mama's Boy: Played With. It's very clear that Dean was very attached to Mary and took her death almost as bad as John did. However, when he learns that it was Mary's deal with the Yellow-Eyes that led to the unfathomable suffering Sam had to endure, Dean was understandably angry and loathing for what she did. But, at the end of the day, Mary was still his mother and Dean couldn't bring himself to hate her.
  • Parental Issues: Dean had some serious daddy issues growing up and his mother died unexpectedly when he was just a kid.
  • Parental Neglect: Oh so much. It took a while for Dean to come to terms with John's abandonment of his father growing up.
  • Parental Substitute: To Sam. Growing up, John was never in Sam's (or Dean's) life. Dean was the one who practically raised Sam since he was a baby. At times, Dean appears to be more of a father figure to Sam than an actual older brother.
  • Porn Stash: Dean is heavily into skin mags and porn magazines that it is not that unusual to think that Dean has always had a stash of skin magazines hiding somewhere everywhere he goes.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His grandmother is Mabel Blake, sister of Zinda and Eddie Blake, making him and Sam great nephews of Lady Blackhawk and the Comedian. He's also distant cousins with Franklin Clay of the Losers, which makes him relative of Lilith Clay through adoption. He and Sam are also descendants of Quentin Turnbull, arch enemy of Jonah Hex.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He has a fear of flying.

    John Winchester

The father of Sam and Dean Winchester, patriarch of the Winchester family, who has been tirelessly searching for the demon who killed his wife.

  • Action Dad: John is a skilled and strong hunter who is always involved in the action.
  • Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: He doesn't show the depths of his affection for his sons too much, but when he does.
  • Badass Beard: Has a full greying beard.
  • The Cynic: Became one especially after his wife Mary tragically died.
  • Deadpan Snarker: John is capable of dry sarcasm and wit.
  • Honorary Uncle: He's called 'Uncle John' by Jo Harvelle.
  • Identical Grandson: He looks a lot like his ancestor Jeb Turnbull, as well as his uncle Eddie Blake. This is a Mythology Gag referencing all three of them were played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
  • The Lost Lenore: His wife Mary Winchester.
  • May–December Romance: His former lover Miranda Shrieve, is barely two years older than his son Dean.
  • Parental Neglect: While he does love his sons, his quest to find the Yellow-Eyed Demon has estranged him from them, not seeing them for months at the time.
  • Parents as People: While he clearly loved his sons, and was very protective of them, John wasn't the best father; he made mistakes, had trouble dealing with own problems and brought a lot of it on his sons.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His mother is Mabel 'Millie' Blake, younger sister of Zinda and Eddie Blake, who are his aunt and uncle respectively. He himself is also a descendant of Quentin Turnbull, nemesis of Jonah Hex.
  • Revenge Before Reason: The major driving force behind why John began hunting. He shares this same trait with his second son Sam.
  • We Used to Be Friends: His obsession with Azazel deteriorated his friendship with Bobby Singer and estranged him from Ellen Harvelle, who worried about her husband Billy helping him too much, and who went missing alongside John.

Other Heroes

    Vigilante (Adrian Chase)
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The infamous Vigilante of the Narrows is assumed by DA Adrian Chase as a means to fight crime outside of his official jurisdictions. He used non lethal methods at first, but his mental health deteriorated and he became a killer.

  • Accidental Pervert: When he drops in on his Kate's apartment to give her a ledger implicating Carmine Falcone, he finds her just as she's stepping out of the shower and discarding her Modesty Towel.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: His other incarnations were heterosexual while here he's homosexual.
  • Anti-Hero: The Vigilante remains an ominous figure in the Narrows. His mysterious aura is helped by the fact that unlike many of the costumed crimefighters in Gotham, the Vigilante does not seem to go on patrols (or hunts) daily or even weekly. This unpredictability seems to have the effect of making the street gangs even more wary of the Vigilante, wondering if he is out there, in the darkness, lurking in the shadows, waiting for the right moment to pounce. The Vigilante does not seem willing to engage with other costume crimefighters in violence, even if they are attempting to capture him for his lethal tactics, he seems unwilling to kill or even seriously injure crimefighters.
  • Badass Baritone: He speaks in a low, rough, sneering voice. It's just a disguise for his true voice, which sounds pretty ordinary.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: In his civilian identity, he is usually seen wearing a suit.
  • Composite Character: His physical appearance is modeled after the Arrowverse version of Adrian Chase, while his outfit is that of the show's version of Vigilante. In the Arrowverse, Chase and Vigilante were not the same person.
  • Cool Helmet: It's face-concealing and V-shaped.
  • Dual Wielding: He wields two machine guns.
  • Genius Bruiser: He's a very capable fighter and has quite a mind for psychological warfare and long-term planning.
  • Not Distracted by the Sexy: When he finds Kate naked in her apartment, he asks her to Please Put Some Clothes On. When she still doesn't bother covering up, he tells her nudity will not distract him as she isn't his type (given he's gay).
  • Red Baron: The Vigilante of Gotham or The Vigilante of The Narrows.
  • Secret Keeper: He knows about Kate's job as a Manhunter, and has provided alibis for her. On the other hand, she's not aware of his secret identity.
  • Serial-Killer Killer: He's a dangerous vigilante who goes about hunting criminals, which ranges from murderers and pedophiles, but also to lesser crimes like corrupt politicians.
  • Stealth Hi/Bye: Can do these much like Green Arrow and Batman can, though Vigilante is usually accompanied by flickering lights.
  • Vigilante Man: Well, duh. He's a costumed individual operating outside the law who kills criminals he apprehends.
  • Walking Armory: He has carried a large assortment of guns, from machine guns to automatic handguns, bazookas, and sniper rifles.

    Ambush Bug (Irwin Schwab)
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  • Affectionate Parody: His Ambush Bug Who Doesn't Laugh parodies the edginess of the Batman Who Laughs.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: He has ADHD and unsurprisingly gets easily distracted.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: So you think the weak idiot in the bright green suit can't do squat, do ya? Lemme tell you this - combine Motor Mouth with Teleport Spam, Confusion Fu and the occasional dash of genre savviness and you got a damn powerful enemy on your hands, buster.
  • Book Dumb: Irwin did poorly in school. He had no friends. His grades were abysmal. He misbehaved. This continued until high school. At the age of sixteen, Irwin moved out of his home and worked at a video rental store.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: That's his actual Superpower. He can also actually see the speech text on VOX Boxes that come out of characters' mouths, and once asked Zatanna why the text on hers was backwards.
  • Epic Fail: He interned himself at Arkham to determine if he was crazy, and unsurprisingly failed every test, including a blood test.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: His wall-breaking, Motor Mouth and general obnoxiousness means most heroes besides the Inferior Five don't want anything to do with him.
  • Hellbent For Leather: The Ambush Bug Who Doesn't Laugh wears a lot of dark green leather.
  • Honorary True Companion: Of the Doom Patrol. He's not an official member, merely a reserve, but hangs out with them very often.
  • I Have Many Names: Amber Butane of the Amber Butane Corps, Irwin Schwabicus, M. Bushbug, Mr. Bug, Nutcracker Lad, Pest, Phymata, Salmon Bug, Space Ranger.
  • Long-Lost Relative: Considers Angie Aimes his sister and Ellie MacKay his niece due to being sponsored in Real Life by the same person.
  • Nigh-Invulnerable: His suit makes him very difficult to harm.
  • Noodle Incident:
    • During the three weeks he was interned at Arkham just happened to have been when the Joker was undergoing experimental hypnotic treatment that had promising results, which this pest had to interfere with by teleporting into Joker's cell one night. What Bug did exactly, we'll never know, but Joker was recorded as having been discovered crying the next morning.
    • Apparently he helped Mogo with some landscaping.
    • He used to flirt with Tigra, Darkseid's wife. Darkseid found out about him from Jonni (who was hunting Bug). During the ensuing fight Ambush Bug saved Jonni's life.
  • Official Couple: He's married to Tough Bunny. He bought his wife's wedding ring from a gumball vending machine.
  • Secondary Color Nemesis: The Ambush Bug Who Doesn't Laugh even added a purple cape to his already green outfit.
  • Sensor Character: His brain acts like a sponge, collecting the Bleed. His suits antennae are drawing it to him.
  • Seven Deadly Sins: Has envy, pride, sloth, lust and greed as flaws.
  • Start My Own: After being rejected by the GL Corps, he created his own corps, the Amber Butane Corps, of which he's the only member. He also created his own Files called Ambush Files.
  • Teleportation: Ambush Bug's original actual superpower is teleporting almost anywhere he wants.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: He's always wearing his suit, and one time when he helped Angie and Ellie to move into their new apartment, Angie thought he was just an eccentric moving guy. She only realized it was weird when Greg Saunders arrived and pointed it out.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: He's "frenemies" with the other Fourth Wall breaker Bat-Mite. They still hang out despite snarking at each other.

    Maravilla (Menodora/Maria Mendoza)
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  • Adaptation Name Change: As Diana was already running around, this version of Maria couldn't use the name Wonder Woman, thus this version is called "Maravilla". In addition, "Maria Mendoza" is now an alias and not her birth name.
  • Adaptation Species Change: She goes from a human who gained magical powers to a demigoddess.
  • Age Lift: She was a contemporary character in her source material, but here is from ancient times.
  • Alliterative Name: One her aliases was Maria Mendoza, as is the norm of Stan Lee's Signature Style.
  • Blade on a Stick: Her Weapon of Choice is the Sunspear, a spear said to require the blood of a Sun God to use.
  • Canon Immigrant: Maria Mendoza/Maravilla is a heavily altered take on the Wonder Woman from Just Imagine... Stan Lee Creating the DC Universe series. Her inclusion in Earth-27 is in honor of Stan Lee's passing.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: She suffered a lot in the hands of the local Roman governor after her mother refused to aid him. He had her mother executed and ordered both Menodora and her sisters to be bound in chains. When Menodora spit on his face he had her stripped, beaten and caged, being left to rot in the hot sun for days. When that did not break her, he did the same to her sisters, with both of them ending up dying agonizing deaths.
  • Determinator: She never broke despite the horrible torture she, and her family, endured at the Roman Governor's orders.
  • Divine Parentage: Menodora along with her sisters Metrodora and Nymphadora are the demigoddess daughters of Greek god Apollo and rural priestess named Chloé. Chloé was a devout follower of Apollo and claimed that he was the father of her three children.
  • Energy Weapons: Wields the Sunspear, a weapon that only a child of Apollo can wield.
  • Everyone Is Related: Since her father Apollo is the half-brother of Diana and Cassie Sandsmark, that makes her their niece, and very much related to the complex Greek Pantheon.
  • Exposed to the Elements: In her backstory, she was stripped and caged, being left to die under the hot sun. But Apollo blessed her and made her resistant to the heat.
  • Genius Bruiser: Menodora has an awareness of the supernatural. She also possesses great wisdom and intelligence. She also has an instinctive ability to understand, read, write, and speak many Earthly languages which have Latin roots.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Maravilla means "Wonder" in Spanish.
  • Healing Hands: When exposed to direct sunlight, Menodora can use her own essence stores to return others to optimal health, curing wounds caused by violence, broken bones, low vitality, and diseased/poisoning. This is a magic effect and it can take an instant for minor healing or days for curing the most complicated injuries or diseases. She cannot cure death.
  • In Name Only: She has the appearance and some connections to the powers Maria Mendoza of Just Imagine but an extremely different backstory.
  • Made of Indestructium: Worn as a religious token, Maravilla's dual bracers can be used in conjunction with her heightened reflexes to easily deflect attacks on her person. When struck together, these gauntlets cause the area to be consumed in a bright, holy light.
  • Mythology Gag: The name Maravilla is taken straight to "Mujer Maravilla" (Wonder Woman's Dub Name Change in Latin America).
  • Power Glows: A strand of hair glows while in Maravilla mode, representing her connection to the god Apollo.
  • The Power of the Sun: By birthright as the daughter of the God of the Sun, Menodora has an innate ability to cast certain spells and rituals that involve light, heat, or Earth's sun.
  • Offing the Offspring: She tearfully strangled her deranged son who's beyond saving Sapa Inca a.k.a. Manco Cápac as he was sentenced to death for using blood magic and dark rituals to pass his own soul from son to son, gaining a flawed immortality and Menodora had a duty to end the cycle. After he collapsed, Menodora cradled the body and wept.
  • Race Lift: Here, her mother was from what is now southern France during the rule of the Roman Empire. In her source material, she was Peruvian, and suggested to be descended from Peru's indigenous peoples who followed Manco Capac.
  • Really 700 Years Old: A demigoddess that was born in the year of 290 BC.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's the mother of Scandal Savage, being an old lover of Vandal Savage back when he was know as Francisco Pizarro in the 16th century. She also the mother of Sapa Inca, aka Manco Capac.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: When the Themysciran Embassy first opened, Maria caused quite the stir with Gateway City's more conservative population as she enjoys daily sunbathing in the nude on the roof of the embassy as part of her worship rituals to Apollo. The gawkers don't bother her, though, and she had not let the controversy deter her at all.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's 5'11"/180cm tall, and like most amazons quite beautiful.

    Hellbat (Wayne Williams) 
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    Bat-Mite (Ecurb Enyaw)

  • Great Gazoo: Bat-Mite is to Batman as Mxy is to Superman... except he's a gigantic fanboy who honestly wants to help instead of cause trouble. Naturally, Batman finds this even more annoying than if Bat-Mite were just out to get him. (Also, Bat-Mite does sometimes knowingly make things harder for Batman, just to see how his hero is going to get out of the situation.)
  • Humanoid Abomination: He looks like a small child, but he's actually an entity from the Fifth Dimension, capable of bending reality to his whim.
  • Loony Fan: He's a caricature of every single Batman fan in existence.
  • Reality Warper: Bat-Mite has shown the ability to animate inanimate objects, shrink or enlarge both people and objects, levitate same, endow either people or animals with super-powers and grant superpowers at will, making reality his for the bending.
  • Sdrawkcab Name: His name "Ecurb Enyaw" is a horizontally flipped version of "Bruce Wayne" spelled backwards.
  • Sidekick Creature Nuisance: Bat-Mite is this as he's an eyesore to Batman and The rest of Bat Family. He also happens to be the size of a child.
  • The Unpronounceable: Bat-Mite's real name, if it weren't for the fact that we're given a good pronunciation for his name (and, as a result, a good way to tell how to pronounce any name that's all consonants).
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With fellow Wall breaker Ambush Bug. They still hang out despite snarking at each other.

    Philly the Imp Wonder

  • Alternate Self: Philly is the Tim Drake of the fifth dimension, down to having an exact DNA match.
  • Hero-Worshipper: He's a Loony Fan of Tim Drake.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Like his fellow Fifth dimension brethren, he looks like a small child, but he's actually an entity from the Fifth Dimension, capable of bending reality to his whim.
  • Reality Warper: Philly like Fifth dimension brethren, can also has the ability to animate inanimate objects, shrink or enlarge both people and objects, levitate same, endow either people or animals with super-powers and grant superpowers at will, making reality his for the bending.
  • Sdrawkcab Name: His full name "Ekard Noskcaj Yhtomit" is a horizontally flipped version of "Timothy Jackson Drake" spelled backwards.

    Red X

A mysterious thief who stole the suit and identity that Tim Drake had previously used to get close as undercover agent to the League of Assassins. His motives are unknown, but are more often self-serving than altruistic.

  • Above Good and Evil: He says that he doesn't want to be a super villain or threaten a city, but he also doesn't want to use his gadgets for good either. That said, his interests fall more in line with the good side of the spectrum than evil.
  • Anti-Hero: Wendy Harris mentions he's not that bad once you get to know him; he doesn't kill, occasionally steals Xenothium from other criminals, and according to Stargirl he once risked personal injury for her.
  • Awesome, but Impractical: The suit is quite powerful, but requires the incredibly rare and dangerous compound called Xenothium created by Cadmus Labs, which forces him to rob it frequently to keep the suit going.
  • Badass Normal: Like Tim Drake, his abilities are martial arts and his suit (that he stole from Tim). When he fights the various meta humans and aliens, it's clear he has the advantage.
  • Decomposite Character: He's a de-composite of the now non-canon Arkham X, being mostly based in appearance and personality from the Teen Titans animated series.
  • The Faceless: Like in the original animated series, his true name and face are unknown.
  • Gentleman Thief: Red X doesn't go after innocent people or put them in harm's way. He also seems to care about whether or not a city full of people is going to be disintegrated because of a psychotic villain, as well as whether or not Robin is going to fall to his death.
  • Has a Type: Seems to go easier on blondes, like Spoiler, Tigress and Wonder Girl.
  • Heroic Neutral: While he will rob banks and businesses, he will repay his debts, and when a city was threatened with disintegration due to a villain's scheme.
  • I Shall Taunt You: Loves to taunt and annoy his opponents.
  • It's All About Me: Cares for little else than himself and admits as much, although him forming an Enemy Mine with Red Robin implies he cares for more than he lets on.
  • Noble Demon: He makes himself out to be a petty thief that cares for nothing but himself, but in both appearances he's helped the Titans, Birds of Prey, Outsiders and The Team, even when it wasn't in his self-interest to do so.
  • Related in the Adaptation: He's apparently the cousin of Kevin, Roxy Ballantine's deceased boyfriend.
  • The Rival: Sees himself as the Arch-rival of Robin.
  • Wild Card: The only side he fights for is his own. He could help the villain, could help the hero, or could screw both of them over if it benefits him.

    Jericho (Joseph "Joey" Wilson)
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The youngest son of Slade Wilson and Adeline Kane and younger brother Grant Wilson. Joey Wilson is able to control people's bodies through eye contact. For majority of his life him and his brother were part H.I.V.E. Academy, he would been rendered mute when Damien Dahrk cut his throat after H.I.V.E. used him for leverage but it backfired when he died. Unknown to Slade and Grant he didn't die but instead end up becoming a wandering ghost after his body was in a coma following after later being experimented by Talia al Ghul and El Penitente in order to use him to make Slade agree to place Joey in cryogenic stasis.

Joey's would be rescued by Cassandra Cain and was taken in by his uncle Jacob Kane but kept in a medically induced coma while recovering from the cryogenic and all the trauma the League's experiments had inflicted upon him. But after over two decades in a sleepless state in which his psychic power was pushed to its absolute limits, Joey had lost all sense of his identity. In all that time, only one person had given him a name he identified with. That name was Heretic.

  • Astral Projection: Joey can separate his "soul-self" from his physical body to explore the astral plane or enter into psychic realms, such as the Dreaming.
  • Badass Family: Although his father Slade is a manipulative son of a bitch, his older brother Grant and his half-sister Rose received training becoming professional assassins like their father and his mother is no slouch either, and his cousins from his mother's side Bruce Wayne, Kate Kane and Bette Kane are bonafide Badass Normals crimefighters.
  • Body Surf: Through eye contact, Joey is able to enter another's body and control their motor functions. If Joey has possessed the person previously, he may be able to re-establish the link without eye contact. In the case of persons with a deep personal connection to Joey, neither eye contact or physical proximity may be required. While in possession of a person, Joey can use his own skills (but not most of his powers) or the skills of the host. Joey can even comb through the memories of his host but needs to know a little about whatever he is searching for. If possessing a metahuman, Joey has been able to use their powers.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: Though Joey (when in his right state of mind) prefers solving things through nonviolent means, he is an above-average fighter, having been trained by his brother and also via his psychic connection with his father.
  • Fights Like a Normal: Jericho prefers solving things through nonviolent means, but he is an above average fighter, having been trained by his mother, Adeline Kane.
  • Hand Signals: These are a necessity, due to the mute factor. In preparation for his awakening and knowing his vocal cords were severed, Joey learned sign language.
  • Multi-Melee Master: He's skilled in the use of multiple weapons types. His reflexes are honed enough that he was able to use a bo staff to block projectiles such as shuriken, kunai, and arrows.
  • Older Than They Look: He's almost forty, but because of his father's genes and being in stasis for almost two decades, he still looks in his teens.
  • Power Incontinence: Jericho's powers are powerful but he has not yet learned to control them fully due to a lack of being connected to his body and allowed chances to practice them in an alert state.
  • Psychic Powers: Due to his father's metahuman gene, Jericho possesses a metahuman gene, which enables him to access his brain functions on a cellular level, granting him psychic-based abilities.
  • Synthetic Voice Actor: Joey has sensors installed in his throat and mouth which detect movements in his throat and placement of his tongue to send information to a small handheld computer usually mounted on his belt. When working properly, these devices allow Joey to overcome his inability to speak.

    Lucifer Morningstar

Once the most powerful and most beautiful of all angels in existence and one of two fictionally accredited with the creation of Earth 27, Lucifer was sent by The Presence to rule over Hell after he rebelled. Only one demon asked to join him in his exile: Mazikeen. Together, the two opened a nightclub in Los Angeles. But less than five years after its opening, an intrinsic explosion threatened to destroy his club. Lucifer exercised his power, preserving it inside a pocket dimension where it remains to this day. Now called the Oblivion Bar, it caters to those who can find it and agree to abide by its strict rules of neutrality.

  • Abdicate the Throne: Resigned as monarch of Hell during the 1980s and gave his place to Dream of the Endless in order to start a new life and get married to Mazikeen.
  • Affably Evil: Lucifer is perpetually cheerful and smarmy and constantly insists that his role has been twisted and blown out of proportion over the ages. He's actually disappointed when people he likes give into their baser urges.
  • Anything That Moves: He's officially Pansexual.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Lucifer is always sharply dressed and ready to scrap at a moment's notice.
  • Composite Character: While his appearance is based on the comics, his personality is taken straight from Lucifer (2016) TV series.
  • Cool Uncle: Seems to take this role towards his niece Elaine, taking care of her and giving her advice.
  • Deal with the Devil: Regularly invokes these with people, though not over souls. He does favors for people at the price of a favor he can call in down the road.
  • Demon Lords and Archdevils: He's the strongest Devil and the ruler of Hell, of whom all other lesser demons and devils ultimately answer.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Lucifer retains essentially the same standards as in the comics. In particular, he is absolutely honest and particularly loathes hypocrites.
  • Fallen Angel: He's The Fallen Angel. The very first angel who rebelled against The Presence and was cast down from Heaven.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: The scar on his face was caused by Mazikeen. She slashed him and promised him to be with him as long as he keeps the scar.
  • Incest Is Relative: His wife Mazikeen happens to be his spirit niece, not that they mind.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Troll, favors Pay Evil unto Evil as per his occupation, often very self-centered, but is actually an incredibly kind man.
  • Massive Numbered Siblings: He's the True Sibling of Michael Demiurgos, Gabriel, Raphael, Saraquael, Uriel, and Uriel, while he's the Spirit Sibling of Empyrean, Metatron, Sandalphon, Amenadiel, Asmodel, Azazel, Belial, Duma, Imogen, Lilith, Ran Va Daath, Remiel, Suriel, Tali, Traumiel, and Zauriel.
  • Pornomancer: Many, many women are sexually attracted to Lucifer, and he says that he's like "walking heroin" in the bedroom.
  • Satan is Good: Lucifer is self-centered, not very good at controlling his temper and perhaps a little too into being The Gadfly, but he's otherwise a decent person. His only interest in evil is bringing it to justice.
  • Unholy Matrimony: He and Mazikeen have one, by virtue of being unholy beings in the first place. Lucifer's wedding gift was giving Mazikeen a pleasing face and she retaliated by giving him a deep slash across the face. As Lucifer moved to heal himself, Mazikeen promised him that as long as he kept the scar, she would be his.
  • Will Not Tell a Lie: If there's one thing he's proud of, is that he hates lying and liars. Mazikeen claims he's just a Bad Liar.


V is a masked radical 'terrorist' operating within London. He blew up the Old Bailey on Guy Fawkes Day in 2016 and then proceeded to declare his intent to continue his fight against Norsefire, inviting all of England and even the world on joining his revolution the following year by aiding in his effort to blow up Parliament on the next Guy Fawkes Day.

  • Affably Evil: Naturally evil will depend on one's views of his actions and beliefs. But he is extremely polite and cultured throughout, even to people he plans to kill.
  • Coat, Hat, Mask: Never seen without his mask and only takes off the coat and the hat in the confines of his hideout.
  • Cool Mask: His signature Guy Fawkes mask is commented on several times.
  • The Dreaded: V's appearance and abilities give him an intimidating appearance and most people are unwilling to engage with him as a result. There multiple accounts of Fingermen panicking at the sight of him.
  • The Faceless: He never takes off his mask.
  • Genius Bruiser: The experiments enhanced his intellect and physical abilities. He can give you a master's class on literature and snap your neck without much effort.
  • Knife Nut: The knives are the only actual weapons he uses, not included his basic combat skills.
  • Malevolent Masked Men: "Malevolent" is slightly downplayed, but Masked Man is the very definition of V.
  • Mysterious Past: Who he was before the virus and his original name are unknown.
  • One-Letter Name: Because he survived the virus five times, he goes by V.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: When you're using Added Alliterative Appeal on one of the least common letters of the alphabet, you need to start using some long words - Vaudevillian, Vicariously, Visage, Veneer, Vanguarding, the list just goes on.
  • Sole Survivor: He's the only patient who survived all five exposures to the St. Mary's deadly strain and all five batches of potential cure administered.

    Evelyn "Evey" Hammond

Evey Hammond is the daughter of two liberals and the product of Norsefire's Juvenile Reclamation Project. She was a witness to the Old Bailey bombing and later joined V's efforts. She has become the liaison between V and the Victory V movement led by Penelope Black.

  • Ambiguously Bi: While officially heterosexual, she's possibly bi, mostly thanks to the persecution of the LGBT community by the Norsefire government.
  • Composite Character: Based on her portrayal by Natalie Portman from the movie rather than her original, much younger look from the original comics.
  • Curtains Match the Windows: Brown hair and brown eyes.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name doubles as this and a Stealth Pun. Evey is a direct pronuciation of E-V, and E is the fifth letter of the alphabet.
  • Naïve Everygirl: She's was little unaware of just how corrupt the goverment is and the dangers all around her when she and Gordon go out for a night on the town.
  • Never a Self-Made Woman: Her father was the one who taught her all about politics, and his death and "disappearance" by the government was the reason she refused to ever deal with the topic again.

    Chief Man-of-Bats (William Great Eagle)
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William "Bill" Great Eagle is a Native American doctor from Ontario, Canada. Along with his sidekick and son, Raven Red, he is a member of the Batman Incorporated.

  • Adaptational Nationality: In the comics he was American from South Dakota, but here he's Canadian. That said, his Lakota ancestry remains the same.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: His bat-symbol and shirt are red and white, respectively, instead of green and yellow.
  • "Awesome McCool" Name: Great Eagle is a pretty cool name, fitting for a Native American crime fighter.
  • Badass Native: Mixed First Nations descent, and a formidable vigilante.
  • Badass Normal: Much like Batman, William doesn't have any powers, but he's a very skilled fighter.
  • Celebrity Superhero: He's a First Nation sanctioned vigilante, and as such his identity is known by his community. He even gives tours of his "Bat-Cave" (Garage) and gives almost all the money he earns back to his community.
  • Combat Medic: Used to be a military doctor.
  • Cool Old Guy: One of the older Bat-family members, but nonetheless a total badass.
  • Debt Detester: He dislikes being indebted to someone. The reason he took many dangerous deployments was to pay his medical school debts, and the reason he became Man of Bats was because Batman saved his life and got injured in the process.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: Seeing so much death and suffering while in service led him to become an alcoholic, and he only started to improve after he became a vigilante.
  • Mixed Ancestry: His father Edward Great Eagle was a Sioux Lakota while his mother Nora White Deer was a Dakota Sioux and Miagani with Quontauka heritage.
  • Parent-Child Team: With his son Charles Great Eagle. That said, their relationship is difficult.
  • Recovered Addict: Used to be an alcoholic, but has since recovered and now he's an activist against alcohol trade within First Nation reserves.
  • Red Is Heroic: His outfit as Man-of-Bats is mostly red and white.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His estranged wife is Nataly Lakota, Redbird of Wildstorm International Operations' Black Ops.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: His Man-of-Bats costume has no sleeves, and he's a total badass.

    Raven Red (Charles Great Eagle)
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Raven Red has modeled himself after all the past robins, including Dick Grayson, Jason Todd and Tim Drake. Not only are his physical training and unarmed combat up to par with Robin but he has knowledge of medicine as well.

    Sojourner (Yara Flor)

  • Adaptation Name Change: Due to the presence of Diana and the other Wonder Girls, her hero name is Sojourner instead.
  • Composite Character: She is composited with another Amazonian named Henrietta Jessup/Sojourner featured in Artemis: Requiem.
  • Cool Crown: A Wonder Woman-like tiara.
  • Cool Sword: An Amazonian sword that was left at the canoe where she was found.
  • Curtains Match the Windows: Brown hair and eyes of the same color.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: She only wears an arm guard on her left arm.
  • Fish out of Water: Due to her upbringing she's unfamiliar with the customs outside the rainforest, which contrasts with her better adapted brother Ma-Ti.
  • Good Is Not Nice: She's stubborn and impatient, but she truly wants to help save the world.
  • Happily Adopted: By the Goddess Ci and the Caipora.
  • Leotard of Power: Wears a single piece leotard rather than a combat skirt, with golden armor over it.
  • Making a Splash: She has the power of Hydromancy due to her father.
  • Meaningful Name: Yara Flor roughly translates as "flower child pulled from the water", which fits her powers and how she was found by Ci.
  • Mysterious Parent: Neither she nor her adoptive mother the goddess Ci are quite certain which deity is her father. Velma Dinkley suspects it could be Lusunzi, Atlaua, Opochtli, Tlaloc, Yúcahu, Chaac and even possibly Mbói Tu'i.
  • Primary-Color Champion: Her armor is golden while her leotard is blue and red.
  • Raised by the Supernatural: Found as a days' old infant and raised by the goddess Ci and the Caipora.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair reaches her waist.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's the surrogate sister of Ma-Ti from the Planeteers.
  • Semi-Divine: Her father was a mysterious water deity while her mother an Amazon.
  • She's Got Legs: Her leotard shows her well toned legs.
  • Spicy Latina: She's Afro-Brazilian and certainly attractive due to both her parents.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Stands at 6"/183cm tall and quite pretty.


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