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Dannyzens

    Maura Lee Karupt 
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The Mayor of Danny the Street.


  • Adaptational Job Change: Rather than a former Agent of the Bureau of Normalcy, she's a former black ops Agent of the DEO, although how they ended up in Danny and their relationship with Darren Jones is mostly the same.
  • Agent Peacock: They're rather eccentric and take being a Drag Queen very seriously, but they're still former military personnel, and an expert driver, sniper, mechanic and martial artist.
  • Birds of a Feather: Befriended Larry Trainor because they sensed he was a kindred spirit in need of support.
  • Canon Immigrant: Originates in the Doom Patrol series and hasn't appeared in other media yet.
  • Dancing Is Serious Business: An expert singer and dancer and they take managing Danny's Peeping Tom's Perpetual Cabaret very seriously.
  • Drag Queen: Born as a man named Morris Wilson, Danny helped them realize their true self and embrace their identity. They don't have a favored set of pronouns but they're referred to as "she/her" whenever they're in drag, which is almost all the time.
  • Ironic Name: They're not actually "morally corrupt".
  • Missing Mom: Losing their mother to cancer is one of the reasons why they got interested in dressing in drag, to feel a connection with their mother.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Mayor of Danny the Street, but they usually give their speeches from the cabaret and let Prince Charming deal with things at the office.

    Holly Dayton (Menta) 
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The daughter of Steve Dayton and Rita Farr.


  • Big Eater: Just like her mother, Holly needs to eat a lot.
  • Bizarre Human Biology: While she can't alter her mass like Rita does, she was born as a fully formed girl, is immortal, doesn't have internal organs nor does she need to breathe.
  • Canon Immigrant: She originates on The Just of Earth-16.
  • Empath: Something she inherited from her father is the ability to sense other people's emotions.
  • Healing Factor: Like Rita she can regenerate from injuries without much issue.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • She likes playing Booster/Beetle Cards with Cynthia Lance at Doom Manor.
    • She has an outdated taste in music, being obsessed with music from the mid-sixties to the mid-eighties. Her sense of style seems to compliment that too. It's not a problem, but it is definitely a quirky thing for a modern-day teen girl.
  • The Needless: While she does need to eat, she doesn't really need to breathe.
  • Official Couple: Currently dating Ambrose Wolf.
  • Power Incontinence: When she was younger she was unable to control her empathy powers, causing her great emotional distress. Nowadays she is in control, although excessive emotions around her still affect her.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's the daughter of Rita Farr and the stepsister of Garfield Logan and Kay Challis.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: She looks a lot like her mother.
  • Student Council President: She is an all-around star student and the president of the student body at Danny the Schoolhouse. She is usually the one who brings Dorothy Caulder's homework to and from school, often spending an hour or so studying with Dorothy everyday.
  • Younger Than They Look: Though Holly looks to be about sixteen years old, she is actually nine, having been "born" as a fully formed girl roughly equivalent to a seven or eight year old girl.

    Mikey Milk (Milkman Man) 
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The son of Casey Brinke and Terry None, he's an intrinsic homunculus with the powers of Superman.


  • Age Lift: In the comics he looked like a full-grown man, but here he looks like a teenager.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: While he might have aged physically and intellectually, he didn't mature emotionally, leaving him with a rather bratty attitude.
  • Combo Platter Powers: On his tenth birthday, he wished to be Superman, and now he has the powers of a Kryptonian, including his Eye Beams, X-Ray Vision, Breath Weapon, solar absorption, Super Speed, Flight and Super Strength powers.
  • Curtains Match the Windows: Brown hair and brown eyes.
  • Has Two Mommies: His progenitors are Casey Brinke and Terry None.
  • Logical Weakness: He might have Superman's powers, but he also has his weaknesses, including being unable to see through lead, needing solar radiation, breathing, Sensory Overload, Weak to Magic and weakness to Kryptonite.
  • Momma's Boy: One of his weaknesses is that he's a real Big Mommas' Boy.
  • Oxymoronic Being: He was born from a nothing and a nobody, yet he exists, and Niles Caulder is very interested in finding out if his existence will threaten reality.
  • Puppy Love: Has a crush on Cynthia Lance.
  • Rapid Aging: He went from a baby all the way to a young teenager in less than two years before Casey and Terry managed to halt his aging and normalize it.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Since his mother Casey was brought to life by Danny the Street, that makes him their grandson and technically nephew of Flex Mentallo.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He loves milk, which is why he chose it as his last name instead of his mothers names.
  • Younger Than They Look: He may look like a teenager, but he's only a couple of years old.
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Hex Girls

    In General 
  • Achievements in Ignorance: They never intended to become true witches. After Dusk proposed her friends get matching Henna tattoos based on a design she found in an old book, the symbol served as a summoning ritual which led the three of them to Elvira's house, becoming true witches practically by accident.
  • Adaptational Badass: In the original franchise they were simply goth girls with some connections to the supernatural, but here they're actual witches who make up a coven at the service of Elvira.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: In canon, their exact sexuality is unknown. Here, they're pansexual.
  • Anything That Moves: All three of them are pansexual.
  • Big Damn Heroes: They show up at the battle between Matthew Patel and Scott Pilgrim to put out Patel's flames and exorcise the Demon Hipster Chicks.
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Blonde (Dusk), Brunette (Thorn) and Redhead (Luna).
  • Cool People Rebel Against Authority: They originally began their coven as a way to rebel against the rules of St. Elias School for Girls that their parents had sent them.
  • Friendly Fandoms: In-Universe. Their fandom gets along with fans of the Planeteers, since the Hex Girls call themselves Eco-Witches and believe they serve Gaia, rather than Elvira.
  • Goth Girls Know Magic: They use Goth imagery and each of them knows different types of magic.
  • The Hecate Sisters: Witch covens usually divide themselves on this roles, Thorn is usually the Lady, Dusk the Maiden and Luna the Crone.
  • Heroic Seductress: All three of them are master seductresses and are pretty fun people once you get to know them.
  • Hot Witch: They're actual witches and very attractive.
  • Named by the Adaptation: In canon the real names of Dusk and Luna were unknown, but here they're named Muffy St. James and Kim Moss, respectively.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: They usually call themselves by their coven names rather than their real names.
  • Took a Level in Badass: They went from normal goth girls to genuine witches after accidentally summoning Elvira.

    Thorn (Sarah "Sally" McKnight) 
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The lead singer, guitarist and face of the Hex Girls, as well as head of their Coven.


  • Beautiful Singing Voice: Her amazing singing voice is the reason why Luna and Dusk wanted to make her part of their band.
  • Clothing Reflects Personality: Sally went from a shy, reserved free-spirit who said her prayers every night to bold pansexual goth rocker practicing witchcraft, and her current outfit reflects that.
  • Cure Your Gays: Being caught by her father kissing another girl, she was sent by her father to St. Elias School for Girls, which had the exact opposite effect.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She might dress in the more overly dark manner, but she's a friendly person and a witch that's a queer and girl-power icon.
  • The Face: Thorn is often described as the face of the Hex Girls. This goes beyond her position as the band's front-woman and lead singer.
  • Flower Motifs: Roses, Thorn's favorite flowers are roses.
  • Green Thumb: She mastered plant magic in a way to honor her name.
  • Hell-Bent for Leather: Wears an impressive red leather jacket.
  • The Leader: Not only she's the lead singer and guitarist of the Hex Girls, Thorn is also the Coven's Lady, a traditional position that makes her the leader between official coven meetings and also gives her the responsibility of handling relationships with other groups. Part leader, part diplomat, part hostess.
  • Lust: One of her major weaknesses is her lust.
  • Multicolored Hair: Her brown hair is dyed black and red.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her parents Tyler and Teri McKnight and half-sister Maddie Van Horn are characters from the Smallville TV series.

    Dusk (Margaret "Muffy" St. James) 
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Drummer and backup singer of the Hex Girls, martial arts expert and easily the most hot-headed of the three.


  • Achievements in Ignorance: She proposed her friends get matching Henna tattoos based on a design she found in an old book, the symbol served as a summoning ritual which led the three of them to Elvira's house, becoming true witches practically by accident.
  • All Drummers Are Animals: She's the drummer of the Hex Girls and one of her weaknesses is her temper, being the fiercest among the group.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her navel is exposed.
  • Book Dumb: She has no interest in higher education and barely passed high school.
  • Food as Bribe: Muffy claims to lack the ability to say "no" to one thing: Snickerdoodles.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Her style of choice.
  • Hot-Blooded: Muffy is rarely more excited than when she has a conflict in front of her. She gets very jazzed by band battles or if she gets to wear her war paint.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: Dusk is the coven's martial expert. She has no formal fighting style, but that does not mean she is not dangerous. Dusk uses her magic and rage to startling effect.
  • Meaningful Name: Muffy's coven name Dusk was meant to reference something beautiful with a sense of finality.
  • Parental Neglect: Her parents used her as a pawn or a trophy during their lengthy divorce, which made her a rebel that got in trouble for attention.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her father William St. James is the National Security agent from Harley Quinn Vol 1.
  • Those Two Girls: That's how her relationship with Luna began until they added Thorn and became a team of three (With a Friend and a Stranger).
  • Wrath: One of her major weaknesses is her wrath.

    Luna (Kimberly "Kim" Moss) 
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Bassist, keyboardist and pianist of the Hex Girls, Luna is usually the mature and reserved member of the group.


  • Dark-Skinned Redhead: Has auburn hair and tanned skin.
  • Greed: One of her major weaknesses is her greed.
  • The Heart: Her naturally serene and patient persona makes her easily the calmest of the three witches. For this reason, she prefers to play the role of the Crone in their coven.
  • Hell-Bent for Leather: Like Thorn, she dresses in leather.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • Kim's father is a dentist and is responsible for the cosmetic veneer fangs which have become part of the Hex Girls' signature look.
    • Kim is a bit of a foodie. She's always open to trying new food and does not mind spending extra to get the best quality food.
    • Kim is the band's primary songwriter, having a real head for music.
  • Meaningful Name: Her coven name came about as a reference to her nocturnal personality.
  • Nobody Loves the Bassist: She might be the bassist of the band, but she's also the one who writes the songs, even if she sings and speaks the least.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair covers her left eye.
  • The Quiet One: She usually sings the least and speaks the least during their public performances.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her mother Sarah Moss is a character from the Action Comics.
    • And through her mother she's also the half-sister of Max West/Kid Mercury from the Titans and the Flash Family.
  • Ship Tease: Luna and Gi Moon from the Planeteers were seen dining together, heavily implying they're interested in each other.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Tallest of the Hex Girls at 5'9"/175cm tall.
  • Those Two Girls: That's how her relationship with Dusk began until they added Thorn and became a Power Trio.
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The Losers

    Franklin Clay 
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The leader of the Losers.


  • Action Dad: Adoptive father of Lilith Clay and former Delta Force operative.
  • Badass Beard: Goes for this or a Perma-Stubble.
  • Code Name: His Ops Moniker is Bandit.
  • Colonel Badass: His former rank is Lt. Colonel, and he sure is badass.
  • Dating Catwoman: Since Kelly's death, Clay has become a womanizer with an exclusive attraction to dangerous, unstable, and/or volatile women; possibly as a means of insuring he never loves another woman as much as he loved Kelly. His current lover is his teammate Aisha.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: Developed a drinking problem ever since the death of his wife Kelly.
  • Frame-Up: He and his team were framed by the mysterious Checkmate organization.
  • Heroic Lineage: His family has served in the military all the way to the Civil War, with his grandfather Ezekiel "Zeke" Clay, who served at the original Losers.
  • Identical Grandson: Looks a lot like his distant ancestor Jeb Turnbull, since both were played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
  • Last-Name Basis: Usually referred to by his last name instead of his first name.
  • Legally Dead: He was apparently killed during a firefight trying to reach his daughter, but in fact survived and now he and his team fight undercover against Checkmate and those that framed him.
  • The Lost Lenore: His beloved wife Kelly Clay supposedly committed suicide, and that led him to make a crusade against the US Army, ARGUS and Checkmate.
  • Omniglot: He speaks English, Spanish, Arabic, Russian and German.
  • Related in the Adaptation: He's the adoptive father of Lilith Clay from Young Justice/The Team, a descendant of Quentin Turnbull and he's related to the Winchester and Blake families.

    William Roque 
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Born Damon Quillian Stewart, William Anstandt Roque is the thought-to-be-dead brother of John and Roselynn Stewart. He's the second in-command of the Losers and its demolitions' expert.


  • Angry Black Man: He's always been the more angry of his siblings, stemming from being unable to fully process the death of his parents, which is what made him get into a lot of fights when he was younger.
  • Badass Beard: Unlike his brother's full-beard, he has a well-trimmed goatee and mustache.
  • Badass Normal: Unlike his brother or nieces, he has no powers beyond his skill with knives.
  • Code Name: His Ops Moniker is Cutthroat.
  • Composite Character: William Roque from The Losers is combined with John Stewart's brother Damon.
  • Demolitions Expert: His position at the team.
  • Greed: One of his vices is his greed.
  • Knife Nut: Despite being the demolitions expert of the team, he's also a deadly combatant with the knife. He even collects knives.
  • Last-Name Basis: Like Clay, he's usually referred to as Roque instead of William.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: He looks near identical to his older brother John, the main difference being the lack of grey hair. This is a reference to both Stewart siblings being based and played by Idris Elba.
  • That Man Is Dead: Twice over. First he was given a new name and background when he was recruited into Delta Force, and became Legally Dead when their squadron was framed and presumed dead.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Roque really likes ice cream. He won't admit it, but when he does the shopping, he comes back with ice cream.

    Jake Jensen 
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The Communications and Tech expert of the Losers.


  • Abusive Parents: His father William Jensen was an abusive drunk, who not only beat him, he also cheated on his wife with more than one mistress.
  • Alliterative Name: Jake Jensen.
  • Badass Beard: Has a goatee.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Took the abuse of his father in order to spare his mother and three younger siblings.
  • Camp Straight: He wears a pink t-shirt with a petunia on it, and is awkward when talking to women, but he's officially listed as heterosexual on his file.
  • Character Tics: He's a compulsive eater.
  • Code Name: His Ops Moniker is Pinball.
  • Cool Uncle: Although he hasn't interacted much with his family since his supposed death, he keeps supporting them and even follows his niece's soccer team.
  • Feel No Pain: Due to his father's abuse, he has remarkable pain tolerance.
  • Finger Gun: Does this in his picture.
  • Hates Their Parent: Understandably he hates his father Bill, ensuring he went to prison for a decade and even tipping the police he had violated his warranties after he was released.
  • In-Series Nickname: He's nicknamed Loudmouth, Headless Jensen and Skippy.
  • Motor Mouth: Yeah, he talks too much.
  • Online Alias: His Network ID is 'PetuniasFan1'.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His father is William Jensen, the criminal who killed Earth-Two Batman. His siblings are Francine Langstrom, Tammie Westerman and Maxwell Jensen, making him brother in-law of Kirk Langstrom/Man-Bat and of Dr. Roy Westerman, as well as uncle of their children.
  • The Smart Guy: He's the tech expert of the Losers, being a master hacker, programmer, demolitionist and electrician.
  • Socially Awkward Hero: Despite his confidence and many words, he's rather awkward when talking to women.
  • Undying Loyalty: Towards Clay, being the father figure he never had and now he would gladly follow him to the gates of Hell.

    Linwood "Pooch" Porteous 
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The pilot and heavy weapons' specialist of the Losers.


  • Ace Pilot: He's a master pilot, driver and sailor.
  • Action Dad: Father of twin daughters, Ashley and Jasmine Porteous, and he received the same Delta Force training as the rest of the team.
  • Bald of Awesome: Has a shaved head and is the main pilot of the team.
  • Dead Guy Junior: His daughter Ashley was named after his late mother Ashley Cooper-Porteous.
  • Family Man: He's the only member of the Losers who had a family when they were framed, and the group helped him witness the birth of his children.
  • Happily Married: He and his wife Jolene were happy together despite the distance due to his job, although they're currently estranged.
  • In-Series Nickname: When he was fifteen, Linwood successfully campaigned with his parents to be allowed to attend public high school. Being a little ambitious and bold with the first few girls he spoke to, Linwood got a reputation of being a "dog". Even though he learned from his errors and apologize for his behavior, his status had a dog mutated into a fun nickname he could not shake. For better or for worse, Linwood had become known as Pooch.
    • He's also known as Legless Pooch, Black Macguyver, Blackguyver, Woody and Mr. Grumpy Pants.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Unlike the other members of the team, he's usually referred to as Pooch, rather than Linwood or Porteous.
  • Parental Abandonment: His parents were killed in a traffic accident, and would have died on that accident as well had he not been rescued by a mysterious masked man.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His uncle who took care of him after he lost his parents is Earl Cooper, a mechanic who designed the Batmobile for Batman in the animated series.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Mostly with Jensen, being annoyed at his nonstop talking.

    Carlos "Cougar" Alvarez 
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Sniper and survivalist of the Losers.


  • Badass Beard: A goatee and mustache.
  • Boxing Battler: He was trained by Ted Grant at the Wildcat Gym and was even considering becoming a professional boxer before deciding to join the army first.
  • Friendly Sniper: Despite his quiet demeanor, he's completely loyal to the team.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: At least Jensen sees him this way.
  • Latin Lover: Despite his demeanor, he's a master of seduction.
  • Macho Latino: As you can tell by his appearance.
  • Massive Numbered Siblings: He's got three half-siblings on his father's side and three half-siblings on his mother's side.
  • Nice Hat: His signature cowboy hat. He's very protective about it.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Like Pooch, he's usually referred to by his nickname rather than his name.
  • Parental Neglect: He always felt distant from his family, and due to his father and stepfather's busy lifestyles, he never had a strong paternal figure until he met Ted Grant, and later joined the army and became a member of Delta Force.
  • The Quiet One: He's not particularly talkative. He used to be much more talkative and flamboyant, but his experiences at the army changed him to his current somber and contemplative self.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His father is Carlos Alvarez, a detective at GCPD. His half-sister is Carlita Alvarez, Carli Quinn of the Gang of Harleys, while his younger half-brother Hector Alvarez is a member of the Brotherhood of Nada. His half-sister Trina Alvarez is a member of the Challengers of the Unknown in the comics. His mother is Maria Montez, making him half-brother of Yolanda Montez, and he's also the half-brother of Miguel Montez, user of the H-Dial in the Rebirth comics.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Has a mild case of Enochlophobia (fear of crowds).

    Aisha al-Fadhil 
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Department Of Continuity Credentials

    Jonni, DC (Jonni Thunder) 
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Born as Rebecca Tane, the daughter of John and Jeanne Tane, Both of Rebecca's parents fell in with the Rough Bunch, a posse of do-gooders and adventurers, from time to time and Rebecca knew all its members personally. Most members of the bunch called her "Peach Pet", a nickname given to her by her father due to her natural sweetness and hair color.

She later ends up being bonded by Yz, by way of telepathy and witnesses mistook it for Rebecca commanding lightning, After her father John was murdered by Psycho Pirate, the Monitor healed her mind and to be certain it had worked, asked her name. She replied "Rebecca Tane", but the Monitor sensed that wasn't the name she wanted anymore. He asked her again. This time she replied "Jonni Thunder". Nowadays, Jonni splits her time at the Continuity Precinct (having been promoted to Director of Continuity), her job at the DEO, and at home. By her own admission, she has a miserable love life, but she has one special little man in her life: her son Jakeem.


  • Action Mom: She's the single mother of Jakeem Thunder and is one of skilled members of Department of Continuity.
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: In the comics she looked rather cartoonish, but here she looks like a normal human woman.
  • Applied Phlebotinum: Played With. She literally carries standard issue Department of Continuity restraints called the Applied Phlebotinum Handcuffs which interfere in the use of powers, talents, and overall dampen the mental and physical abilities of those restrained by the binds.
  • Composite Character: She's composed in a four way with Jonni Thunder, Jonni DC, Rebecca Tane and Preachy Pet. The first one is a private detective and descendant of Johnny Thunder, the second one is a cop fighting continuity discrepancies, the third one's birth name is actually Rebecca Tane, the daughter of John Tane and Jeanne Walker/Madame.44 and the fourth one is Johnny Thunder's adopted daughter.
  • Fair Cop: She's an attractive law enforcer.
  • Genie in a Bottle: As a member of the Department of Continuity, Jonni has undergone the joining of an Under-Monitor essence to her soul. Specifically, she has been merged with the entity known as "Yz" and the two have a near-perfect synchronization rating. This has endowed her abilities which exceed the typical member of the Department of Continuity.
  • Magical Incantation: By declaring "Cei-U" (pronounced 'say you'), Jonni can release the vorpal entity Yz from her body. While Yz is thus projected, Jonni loses access to her above abilities but retains an empathic connection to Yz.
  • Nigh-Invulnerable: Jonni is more durable to physical hardship than she appears. Also, Jonni does not age, heals quicker than normal, and rarely falls ill.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Born in 1885, and thanks to her work with The Monitor, she has barely aged in over a century.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her surrogate father is J'onn J'onzz, while Jakeem "J.J." Thunder is her son.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: She leads the Department of Continuity and is the daughter of a member of the Rough Bunch.

    Madame .44 (Jeanne Walker) 
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Gunslinger of the Old West, mother of Rebecca Tane and widow of John Tane.


  • Action Mom: Mother of Jonni Thunder and grandmother of Jakeem Thunder, and Marshal of Space at the Department of Continuity.
  • Battle Couple: Back in the Wild West with her husband John Tane/J'onn J'onzz.
  • Guns Akimbo: Wields two futuristic revolvers, similar to those of Rip Hunter.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: She wasn't aware of John's real identity while they were married.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Like her daughter, ever since she was recruited by The Monitor she has remained young since the 19th Century.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Thanks to her relationship with Jonni Thunder, she's become the maternal grandmother of Jakeem Thunder.

    Hot Pursuit (Patty Spivot) 
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  • Action Mom: Patty would become the adopted mother of Tommy Spivot a.k.a Tommy Blake, the son Thomas Blake/Catman and Jade Nguyen/Cheshire who's death was faked by his aunt, Artemis Crock, who gives him to a new family to live a better and safer life. She also happens to be a speedster and an experienced police officer.
  • Amicable Exes: She and Barry used to date each other and was his first kiss before they broke up and remain friends.
  • Badass Biker: Definitely. How many other bikers can say their bike is powered by the Speed Force?
  • Cool Bike: Patty has a Department of Continuity motorcycle that processes the speed force better than her suit allowing her to go faster and longer but she usually uses it to travel to the precinct through a stable wormhole generated with a large amount of speed force energy.
  • Fair Cop: She's a D.E.O. meta-crime agent and also a Temporal Enforcement Agent of the Department Of Continuity. And quite attractive.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Blonde haired and very nice person.
  • Hot Scientist: Blood analyst for the CCPD and the D.E.O., Barry finds her quite attractive.
  • Secret-Keeper: One of the people who knows Barry Allen is The Flash.

    Mr. Wiki (Rozkywiki of The Rocks) 
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  • Humanoid Aliens: He's from an amphibian alien race known as the Fearnar.
  • Sizeshifter: He can grow and shrink his limbs via his Limited Body Elacticity.

    Continuity Cop (Th'Blokivae Buzantimu) 
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    Renet Tilley 
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  • The Atoner: She wants to atone for the actions she did while serving Savanti Romero by joining the DOC.
  • Badass Longcoat: Wears a longcoat instead of a cape.
  • Blue Is Heroic: Her clothes are mostly blue and she's a member of the DOC and ally of the TMNT and Ghostbusters.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: She's quite scatterbrained.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Renet's first duty is to make amends for her past transgressions by helping stabilize the region's unstable dimension integrity. Though she often does this directly, using her scepter's power to seal rifts and reinforce them with temporal barriers, Renet has also become resourceful in seeking the aid of others to help her endeavors.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Pale blonde hair and she's a nice person and ally of the Turtles and the Extreme Ghostbusters.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: Her blue eyes signify her general friendliness.
  • Meganekko: This version of Renet wears glasses.
  • Not Wearing Tights: Rather than the skin-tight costume from other adaptations, here she wears casual clothes besides her gloves and time scepter.
  • Older Than They Look: She's thirty years old but is still in her teens thanks to Savanti halting her aging.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She stands at 5'10/178cm tall and is very pretty.

Sensates

    Angelica Turing 
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A sensate from the Lacuna Cluster alongside Jonas Maliki and Whispers who activated the abilities of the August 8 Cluster before her apparent suicide.


  • Anything That Moves: Due to her nature as a sensate, she's pansexual although she prefers men, being the lover of Jonas Maliki.
  • Astral Projection: Angelica can project a portion of her consciousness in the vicinity of another sensate (whether one belonging to her cluster or one with which she had her physical contact previously. This astral projection is tuned specifically to the senses of sensates and may require additional focus to be noticed by other psionics and other supernatural beings.
  • The Empath: Angelica can share her senses, emotions, thoughts, and memories with other sensates — particularly those that belong to her sensate cluster or any of the two cluster of sensates she birthed
  • Family of Choice: After losing her family during the destruction of Chicago during the Manhattaning and finding out about her abilities as a sensate, she came to see her cluster as her family, with the clusters she activates as her children.
  • Green Thumb: Angelica can communicate with all forms of plant-life. She has no ability to alter or control the plant-life, but can gather insightful information. Flora also detect that she is a friend and may warn of danger or local disruptions.
  • Hot Scientist: Angelica is a very accomplished ecologist and quite beautiful. She has written several scientific journals on the subject and is highly regarded by her peers in the field. In the course of her research, Angelica has also become an expert mycologist, botanist, biologist, geologist, and all-around scientist. She has shown herself able to concoct complex chemicals that can amplify and block sensate activity when ingested/injected.
  • The Lost Lenore: She became this for Jonas Maliki.
  • Meaningful Name: A blonde woman dressed in white who appears in a vision? What else could she be called but Angel?
  • My Greatest Failure: Angelica is still connected to her deceased clustermates. Visits from them can fill her with survivor's guilt and dread, often triggering her PTSD.
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: Though her primary specialty is science, Angelica is also quite comfortable with most disciplines pertaining to technology, engineering, and mathematics. With the right tools, materials, and plenty of time, Angelica can be an exceptional inventor.
  • Sensory Overload: When a clustermate is overwhelmed with intense pain beyond their will to endure, the excess of pain may ripple out and flood over the rest of the cluster, resulting in intense phantom pain matching that felt by their clustermate.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: Angelica suffers from multiple previous traumatic events surrounding her own torture and the deaths of her sensate children. Events can trigger her episodes that cause her to have a mental shutdown, breakdown, or volatile reaction.
  • Super Empowering: Angelica can share her knowledge, languages, skills, talents, and even her psychic abilities with sensates from her cluster (such as Jonas Maliki). These same sensates can share their abilities with Angelica. For the transfer of skills, talents, and psychic abilities, Angelica must visit and possess the receiving sensate or allow herself to be possessed by the projecting sensate why they are visiting her.
  • Supernatural Sensitivity: Angelica is able to see, hear and interact with beings on the astral plane — particularly sensates, but also ephemeral entities, and invisible spirits such as ghosts. She is also sensitive to intrinsic and psychic phenomenal.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She stands at 5'10"/178cm tall and very beautiful.
  • Team Member in the Adaptation: She's a former member of the Lacuna Cluster, while in the show her cluster had no name and appeared to be unrelated to the Lacuna cluster.
  • Touch Telepathy: With prolonged touch, Angelica can scan a biological organism to detect injuries, illnesses, and abnormalities in their body.
  • We Used to Be Friends: With her clustermate Whispers, who became her enemy when she found out he had 'cannibalized' other sensates to get their abilities.
  • Workaholic: To cope with the loss of her family she became focused on her work.

    Jonas Maliki 
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A sensate from the Lacuna Cluster and the lover of Angelica Turing. He serves as mentor for the newly awakened August 8 Cluster.


  • Astral Projection: Jonas can project a portion of his consciousness in the vicinity of another sensate (whether one belonging to his cluster or one with which he had physical contact previously). This astral projection is tuned specifically to the senses of sensates.
  • Cultured Badass: Jonas is an avid lover of literature — particularly classic English literature. He can quote Shakespeare, Dickens, Austen, Chaucer, Milton, Orwell, Woolf, and many others. He is also well-versed in cultural history and art history.
  • Demolitions Expert: Jonas is an expert of creation, arming, disarming, use, and disposal of explosive devices. He can create homemade pipebombs or even prepare military-grade ordnance — provided he has right materials and equipment.
  • Devoted to You: Jonas is completely devoted to his lover, Angelica Turing. Though he can and does see her flaws, he will justify them — even when he objects to them. His love for her can manipulate him into doing which he would otherwise.
  • The Empath: As a sensate, Jonas can share his senses, emotions, thoughts, and memories with other sensates — particularly those that belong to his sensate cluster.
  • Love at First Sight: While their connection as sensates played a role, he fell in love with Angelica Turing at first sight.
  • The Mentor: Of the August 8 Cluster, guiding them with their new sensate powers.
  • Noodle Incident: Apparently he once accidentally destroyed an antique vase that belonged to Dian Belmont.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: In the aftermath of the Manhattaning, he saw the path in which England was going, so he left for the US.
  • Stealth Expert: Jonas can make others overlook his presence. To the weak-willed, he might as well be not only invisible but also inaudible. Most persons will not find their perceptions drawn to Jonas provided he does not do anything to draw exceptional attention to himself. If he does do something extraordinary, like shoot someone in a crowded rail station, his personal features are likely to be misremembered. Jonas can choose persons to exclude from this effect. While this effect remains up Jonas' aura will also cause distortions on most video recordings, as well as photography.
  • Super Empowering: Jonas can share his knowledge, languages, skills, talents, and even his psychic abilities with sensates from his cluster (such as Angelica Turing). These same sensates can share their abilities with Jonas. For the transfer of skills, talents, and psychic abilities, Jonas must visit and possess the receiving sensate or allow himself to be possessed by the projecting sensate why they are visiting him.
  • Team Member in the Adaptation: Like Angelica, Jonas is a member of the Lacuna Cluster, of whom he was unrelated to in the show.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Like Angelica, he used to be friends with their Cluster-mate Whispers, until he turned into a monster.

Other Supporting characters

    Papa Midnite (Jack) 
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Linton Midnite is a powerful voodoo priest and sorcerer. Midnite is both, a sometime ally and enemy of John Constantine.


  • Affably Evil / Faux Affably Evil: Straddles the line between the two, especially around Constantine.
  • Beard of Evil: A goatee, although he's more amoral than evil.
  • Borrowin' Samedi: He will get into traditional Samedi dress when he's getting ready to perform magic, although his top hat is usually brown. No matter what he's doing, he still got the "Scary Black Man in a really nice suit" thing down.
  • Composite Character: While his backstory is from the 2005 miniseries, his appearance is based on the Constantine movie.
  • Hollywood Voodoo: He's a voodoo practitioner, and has a couple of zombie servants. However, it shows him performing some nice representations of rituals, averting the trope.
  • Necromancer: Can raise Voodoo Zombies through a ritual with the Loa.
  • Nice Hat: His fedora hat.
  • Only One Name: He probably doesn't have a last name, and if he does, he's not telling. He does use the Linton Midnite alias often.
  • Really 700 Years Old: He was born during the 18th century and hasn't aged thanks to a ritual that gave him immortality.
  • The Rival: Of John Constantine.
  • Witch Doctor: Gives off vibes of this, using a lot more medical practices (for evil) alongside his magic.
  • Worthy Opponent: While he and Constantine genuinely dislike each other, there are signs that they also respect each other's abilities.

    Bela Talbot 
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A thief and black market dealer for supernatural objects.


  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: She has an antagonistic sexual tension with both Dean and Sam.
  • Consummate Liar: As Dean oh-so-eloquently puts it, "when that bitch breathes, the air comes out crooked!"
  • Evil Brit: Or, at least, Amoral-But-Rather-Nasty-And-Very-Untrustworthy-Brit.
  • Faux Affably Evil: She'll often act friendly to gain people's trust, or just to annoy her enemies.
  • Gentleman Thief: She's a master thief and swindler.
  • I Have Many Names: She has gone by Bela Talbot, Alex Lugosi, Mina Chandler, Helen Harker and who knows how many more.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Bela Talbot is merely her most famous alias. Nobody is quite sure what her real name really is.
  • Wild Card: She'll work with the Winchesters when it's convenient, but will also betray them at a moment's notice.

    Andy Gallagher 
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A special child and member of the Grigori of the Golden Gaze.
  • Amicable Exes: Used to date Mary Bromfield, but they took separate paths after high school, although they remain amicable.
  • Claimed by the Supernatural: As a Grigori, he was given blood of one of the original Fallen when he was six months old, along with being in the presence of a loved one's death.
  • Compelling Voice: Thanks to his powers as a Cambion, Andy is able to give commands to those with weaker wills and expect to see total compliance (though more repulsive acts can be more easily resisted).
  • Jedi Mind Trick: The license plate of Andy's van is "IM-OBI-1".
  • Missing Mom: His adopted mother Janet Gallagher was killed when he was six months old on the ritual that turned him into a Cambion.
  • Nice Guy: A little mischievous but a genuinely good person.
  • Parental Abandonment: He was abandoned by his biological parents shortly after his birth, being adopted by the Gallagher family.
  • Perma-Stubble: Which fits his slacker lifestyle.
  • Pimped-Out Car: Andy drives a van with a barbarian queen riding a polar bear on the side and a disco ball, beaded curtain, and tiger painted on velvet in the back.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His adopted brother is Henry "Hank" Gallagher, a private detective from Vamps.
  • The Slacker: He uses his mind control to convince people to give him what he needs to get by.
  • The Stoner: Andy is a habitual marijuana user and has a large bong in his van.

    Ava Wilson 
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Another one of the Grigori of the Golden Gaze and member of the notorious Wilson family. She's also the executive assistant of Rex Tyler.


  • Disappeared Dad: Her father Bill Wilson died of an apparent heart attack when she was only a baby.
  • The Lost Lenore: Her fiancee Brady James, who had his throat sliced while they slept.
  • Master Actor: She's an expert actor.
  • Nervous Wreck: She's prone to panic attacks.
  • Outnumbered Sibling: Has three older brothers, Charles II, William II, and Cecil Wilson.
  • Psychoactive Powers: When angry, scared, or in pain, Ava can become even more dangerous than normal as her blood draws in ambient infernal or eldritch energy from her surroundings, giving her an arcane adrenaline boost.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her late father is Bill Wilson, the CIA agent trying to apprehend Bane in The Dark Knight Rises. She's the granddaughter of Charles Wilson, making her the niece of Slade Wilson, better known as Deathstroke, and cousin of Grant, Joseph, and Rose Wilson. Her uncle Stanley Wilson was the butler of the Dearden family. She's also the aunt of Carter Wilson, known as Terminal of the Laugh Pack.
  • Seers: As part of her powers as a Grigori, she has visions of the future.

    Sheriff Jody Mills 
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Sheriff of Keystone City. Jody is a friend of Bobby's and helps him cover up hunter related activates in the area. She also turns to Sam and Dean whenever she gets a case that she suspects has supernatural elements.


  • A Mother to Her Men: She sometimes acts motherly to persons less experienced or younger than her, occasionally bossing them around and using her "mother voice". She is very protective of her any pupils or others she has "adopted" as part of her family (whether work family or extended circle of friends).
  • Best Friend: Her best friend is fellow sheriff Donna Hanscum.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Unlike in the show, Jody has her hair cut this way.
  • Composite Character: Jody Mills is combined with Jody Robbins, who in the comics was the fiancee of Kevin Kho/OMAC.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Brown hair and brown eyes.
  • Fair Cop: A Sheriff and is quite pretty.
  • The Idealist: Despite her years as a police officer, Jody retains a positive outlook on life (usually) and wishes to see the best in people. This is offset to some degree by her good sense of character judgment, allowing her to know when she has to put harden her heart to some degree.
  • Outliving One's Offspring: Her son Owen Mills died of a rare genetical condition. He was supposed to be treated by The Reach's technology, but that didn't happen when the aliens were revealed to be hostile.
  • Related Differently in the Adaptation: Instead of cousins Jody and June are sisters.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's the sister of June Robbins, a member of the original Challengers of the Unknown.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: Jody has a record of choosing to avoid doing her duty in favor of doing what she feels is the right thing to do.
  • The Sheriff: Of Keystone City.
  • Team Mom: Whenever she works with Bobby, Sam, and Dean, she often cleans up after them and worries about their health.

    Sheriff Donna Hanscum 
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Sheriff of Jackson County, Central City and good friend of Jody Mills.


  • Beware the Nice Ones: While she seems ever cheerful, it is possible to make her angry and you don't want to be on her bad side then.
  • Big Eater: Donna engages in stress-eating of sugary snacks - particularly doughnuts.
  • Donut Mess with a Cop: She knows a cop eating doughnuts is cliché and embraces it. She even has a donut on her portrait.
  • Gosh Darn It to Heck!: She often uses folksy surrogate words in place of profanity. These include "fudge", "darn", "stuff you", H-E-double hockey sticks" "up poop's creek", and others.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Blonde haired and she's a pretty friendly and easygoing person.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Jody Mills ever since they met each other at a spa resort, even campaigning as sheriffs of their respective districts together.
  • Hidden Depths: Donna grew up hunting wild game with her father. She likes to hunt still, but rarely finds the time. Rumor is you'll never see her smile as pronounced as when she's got a shotgun in-hand.
  • Humble Hero: Donna often replies to compliments by brushing them off with "I do what I do".
  • In-Series Nickname: "D-Train".
  • Missing Mom: Her mother Molly Hanscum was killed by a random mugger. Eddie Thawne brought the killer to justice, which is how their relationship became much more personal.
  • Nervous Wreck: Donna can become nervous when stressed. If her nerves gets to her, she becomes clumsy and awkward. Her munching down on sugary snacks is a good indication that she is stressing-out.
  • The Pollyanna: Most of the time.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's the ex-wife of Eddie Thawne. Their marriage failed due to being too focused on their respective careers.
  • Weight Woe: Donna is self-conscious of her weight and regularly engages in intense exercise so she can maintain her habit of consuming doughnuts and sugary snacks as a way to cope with stress. Donna hides her workouts from most (mostly because she thinks she looks like an absolute klutz).

    Lisa Braeden 
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A yoga instructor who has a past with Dean Winchester.


    Ben Braeden 
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Lisa Braeden's son.


    Benny Lafitte 
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  • Badass Beard: Has a full beard and he's a former sailor, war veteran, and friendly vampire.
  • Bash Brothers: With his blood brother Andrew Bennett.
  • Been There, Shaped History: He and Andrew were the notorious pirates and smugglers Pierre and Jean Lafitte during the early 19th Century.
  • Black Eyes of Evil: Averted. He might be able to manifest the black sclerae of most vampires, but he tries to not hurt anyone and keep a low profile.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Sure, he's a vampire who wears a black longcoat who struggles with his vampiric instincts, but he preferred to mostly keep to himself for decades.
  • Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: Ever since leaving Abyssia after the Manhattaning, he has kept a low profile.
  • In-Series Nickname: Ben and Benny.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a nice cap.
  • Ragin' Cajun: Has a Louisiana accent due to spending a lot of time in New Orleans during the 19th Century.
  • Really 700 Years Old: He was born in the middle of the 17th Century, during the reign of Louis XIII of France.
  • Related in the Adaptation: The vampire who "sired" him was Mangrove Pierce, another identity of Simon Hurt, making him the blood brother of Andrew Bennett, Mary Seward, Natalia Mitternacht, Emily Briggs, and Gabriel Santo.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: The knowledge that his master Simon Hurt knew of the upcoming massacre during the Manhattaning made him leave and go undercover.
  • Warm Blood Bags Are Everywhere: He struggles with this quite a bit.

    Amy Madison 
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A fifth generation Kitsune and ex-girlfriend of Sam Winchester. Currently works as a medical examiner at Central City's coroner's office. While Amy does try to co-exist peacefully with humans and avoid hunters, she does prey upon humans occasionally.


  • The Ageless: Amy no longer physically ages, having reached to a level of prime physical maturity. Likewise, she is not affected by common disease or ailments associated with aging.
  • Composite Character: She's a composite between the werewolf Madison and the kitsune Amy Pond.
  • Cunning Like a Fox: As expected from a fox-woman, Amy is highly intelligent, having been an attentive student in school despite her unconventional transient lifestyle. Amy also has a great memory, enjoys puzzles, and displays a real love for knowledge.
  • Dating Catwoman: More like Dating Fox-Woman, since she and Sam Winchester dated despite being a kitsune and a hunter.
  • Healing Factor: Amy regenerates from injury rapdly. She can even recover lost limbs or removed organs within a day of rest.
  • I Have Many Names: Several aliases, like Amy Blake, Amy Jennings, Amy Piper, Amy Richardson, Amy Roberts, Amy Sorenson and so on.
  • Lunacy: Like most werebeasts, her transformations are stronger and easier during a full-moon, and weaker under a new moon.
  • Power Incontinence: Amy finds it difficult to resist "giving in to the beast" during full moons or when highly emotional.
  • Our Werebeasts Are Different: She's a kitsune, a werefox, but the curse works like in other therianthropes.
  • Self-Made Orphan: When her powers first manifested when she was eight, she killed her alcoholic father. Several years later, she fought and killed her mother in order to defend Sam.
  • Shapeshifting Excludes Clothing: Amy also can be left without supplies (or even clothing) after reverting to her human form.
  • Super Reflexes: Kitsune are known for their incredible reflexes. Amy can react to stimuli in her environment at inhuman speeds.
  • Super Senses: Amy has incredibly acute senses of sight smell, hearing even outside her transformed state. Amy can see part of the infrared spectrum and detect the heat signatures of objects or people in total darkness. She can smell other living creatures within a mile (when upwind) and follow a scent regardless of terrain. Amy can hear the sound of heartbeat within 100 feet in a quiet environment.
  • Two First Names: Amy and Madison.

    Bo "Bibbo" Bibbowski 
  • The Ghost: He's been mentioned on Chris and Thara's Bio, but he hasn't made a physical appearance yet.
  • Repetitive Name: Bibbo Bibbowski.

    Bill Starr 
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Country music star, actor, cowboy and songwriter, Bronco Bill Starr is the ex-husband of Karen Starr/Power Girl.


  • Adaptational Mundanity: Instead of a centaur named Biron that turned into a horse named Comet to be with Supergirl, he's just a human, cowboy and musician.
  • The Alcoholic: Though Bill has been to rehab several times for alcoholism and drug abuse, he refuses to live a life of sobriety and is prone to periods of prolonged debauchery, especially between tours or big projects.
  • Amicable Exes: Sure, he and Karen are no longer married but they can keep it civil and they even agreed to use his biggest hit on the marketing of StarrWare.
  • Book Dumb: Though Bill is not dumb or unintelligent, he does not profess to be a well-educated sort. He speaks with simple vocabulary, often taking long pauses to think of the right word. In addition to using bad grammar, Bill also has a thick accent and drawl, which only further pronounces his limited education.
  • Cowboy: Born and raised in Salvation, Texas, Bill is an exceptional animal handler, equestrian, and can proficiently use a lasso. He can hold his own in a basic brawl, particularly when drunk. Speaking of which, he can hold his liquor. He is a competent outdoorsman and hunter too.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": Born Byron William Starr, nowadays he goes by William or just Bill Starr.
  • In-Series Nickname: Bronco Bill.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Karen was never able to tell him her double life as a superhero, which would end their marriage.
  • Love Cannot Overcome: Despite his love of Karen, they divorced due to Kara being unable to reveal her secret identity as Power Girl.
  • Master Actor: Bill is not the best thespian by any means, but he is naturally charismatic and has found success playing handsome, simple characters on both television series and several successful films.
  • Nice Hat: His lucky cowboy hat. Conner accidentally set it on fire once when he was giving him a Death Glare.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His brother is John Starr, known in the comics as the criminal Time Commander. His other brother is Rick Starr, a Space Ranger. This makes him uncle of Suzi Starr/Gamma Knife of Justice League Odyssey.
  • The Rock Star: Bill is a world-famous country western singer and songwriter. He is best known for his country music, but has also written and sang several modern rock and pop songs which charted on music charts in America and abroad.

    I-Ching 
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The martial arts instructor of Bak Sun-hee and a former member of the League of Assassins.

    Ms. Nyxly Glsptlnsz 
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An inhabitant of the Fifth Dimension/Sub-Reality P, Princess of the Kingdom of Perfection and the betrothed of Mr. Mxyzptlk. She's also one of the Pyglets, a group of doubles of Rose Walker/Em Parker.


  • Affectionate Nickname: Since her name is so difficult to pronounce, she's also called Emmie and Emmie P.
  • Alternate Self: She's the Em Parker from Subsidiary-Reality P, one of the many doppelgangers of Rose Walker.
  • Arranged Marriage: She was once betrothed to the court mage Vyndktvx, but she had no desire to marry him.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her default outfit.
  • Lazy Bum: Glsptlsnz is known for being incredibly lazy and unmotivated to do much of anything productive.
  • Nigh-Invulnerable: Gsptlsnz is almost impossible to kill through violent means as she can usually regenerate and heal herself instantly and has high tolerance for pain (being an entity composed entirely of the power of pure imagination). She is also immune to disease and intoxicants (though she can choose to suppress this immunity at will).
  • Official Couple: Engaged to Mister Mxyzptlk.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair covers her left eye.
  • Play-Along Prisoner: She actually could have left any time she wanted after she was summoned by Lazlo Valentin/Professor Pyg, but chose to stay there and make small talk with him and the other Pyglets.
  • Reality Warper: Gsptlsnz can manipulate logic and the fundamentals of reality, simulating the effects of sorcery without all the bother of studying occult patterns and rituals. Gispy can do virtually anything imaginable, altering reality to suit her whims - at least on a small scale.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: She has green eyes and red hair and not only is the mate of one of Superman's strongest rogues, she's also one of the Ems.
  • Teleportation: Gsptlsnz can disappear and reappear anywhere and everywhere instantly with a thought and snap of her fingers. This is known as 'blipting'. With only slightly more effort, she can also transport objects or persons in her vicinity to elsewhere or pull objects or persons from their present location to her proximity.
  • Unlimited Wardrobe: Most of the time she uses her powers to change outfits.
  • The Unpronounceable: Just like Mxyzptlk, her name only has consonants that are very difficult to pronounce.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: If Gsptlsnz ever cites "znsltpsg ylxyn" (or another phrase of similar syntax), she will be blipted back to her home reality and be unable to return until she can restore her inter-dimensional passport with the Department of Continuity.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: Wears black mini-shorts.

    Caipora 
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A Caipora that serves as traveling companion for Yara Flor alongside her trusty steed and familiar Caititu.


  • Amplified Animal Aptitude: Due to being Caipora's familiar, Caititu is much smarter than the average peccary.
  • Anything That Moves: She's pansexual and in a polyamorous relationship with three other Caipora.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her outfit exposes her midsection.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": She's a Caipora named Caipora, like the rest of her tribe. Same for her peccary and steed Caititu, which is portuguese for peccary.
  • The Fair Folk: Caipora are very mischievous, with child-like temperaments, almost to the point that many occultists tend to think of them as faeries rather than daimons.
  • Horse of a Different Color: Just like in the myths, she rides a peccary named Caititu. He's much faster, stronger and resilient than the average peccary, and immortal.
  • Intrigued by Humanity: Unlike other Caipora, she has always been very interested in the human world. Being given leniency by Ci, she and her familiar have ventured into settlements, observing people and bringing back trinkets and other treasures with her. That's why she was chosen as guide and companion for Yara Flor.
  • Little People: Caipora never grow taller than children.
  • Must Have Nicotine: She and the other Caipora have an addiction for tobacco, being easily bribed by travelers for safe passage in exchange for cigars.
  • Old Friend: With Menodora, having met in pre-colonial times, befriending her when she arrived to the forests of Peru and convincing Ci and the other Caipora that she was an ally and posed no threat to them or the forest.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Like in myths, she has very long red hair.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: She has forest green eyes and long red hair, is a forest spirit and she is the companion of Yara Flor.
  • Technicolor Eyes: Her sclerae and irises are also green.
  • The Trickster: The Caipora often scare away a hunter's prey, hides animal tracks, lure hunters into traps with animal noises, or use their powers to warp the forest around such hunters making them lose their way in the jungle. Caipora have also been known to actively turn the tables and hunt poachers themselves.
  • Vague Age: Her actual age is not clear but she's at least 900 years old.

    Resurrection Man (Mitch Shelley) 
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  • Age Lift: In the original comics he was born during the 20th Century, but here he first appeared in the middle of the 19th century.
  • Back from the Dead: He's been killed again, again, and again for who knows how long only to resurrect.
  • Badass Beard: His current appearance has a full beard.
  • Badass Longcoat: Currently he wears a blue trench coat.
  • Composite Character: Combines DC's Resurrection Man with the Supernatural's version of Cain played by Timothy Omundson.
  • Identical Stranger: He sure looks similar to Noah Johnson, which is why Lucifer confused them.
  • I Have Many Names: A new name for every identity. Freddie Owen, Jeffrey Barnett, Lee McCarthy, John Cooper, Myron Dean, Erick McDonald, Brandy Bell, Gerald Spencer, Billy Ryan, Edward Meyer, Gilbert Moss, Edward Lane, Roger Sullivan, Anthony Nunez, Darrel Lowe, William Wells, Rhonda Thornton, Tim Farmer, Wayne Holt, Morris Higgins, Ronnie Sutton, Philip Woods, Doyle Roberson, Wilbur Arnold, Cody Peterson, Gary Rose, Donnie Gordon, Karl Horton, Cameron Webster, Roger Hill.
  • Mysterious Past: To the frustration of Tot Rodor, the true origin of the Resurrection Man is shrouded in mystery. His oldest known identity is Mitch Shelley, but that's it.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Mitchell Shelley, his canon name in the comics, is merely the oldest alias he has gone by.
  • Really 700 Years Old: At least over 200 years old, probably much more.
  • Resurrective Immortality: As indicated by his nickname, whenever he dies, he resurrects some time afterwards, sometimes with a different race or gender.

    Pariah (Kell Mossa) 
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  • Adaptational Backstory Change: Due to the lack of alternate universes, Pariah is instead the survivor of a previous iteration of Earth 27, forced to serve the Anti-Monitor against his will.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: Instead of purple hair and black eyes, Pariah's hair is silver while his eyes are purple.
  • Anti-Villain: He doesn't enjoy working for the Anti-Monitor but reluctantly goes through with it because he has no choice.
  • Badass Cape: A purple and green cape.
  • Barrier Warrior: Pariah can generate and manipulate Force Fields constructed of Chthonic Energy for a variety of effects such as protection or containment of hostile forces.
  • The Empath: Pariah has a potent ability to discern the emotional state of others. He can influence these emotions through psychic manipulation.
  • Evil Counterpart: He's not really evil, but he serves the Anti-Monitor in a similar manner to Harbinger for The Monitor, being even called the Anti-Harbinger.
  • Eye Beams/Hand Blast: Pariah can manipulate the forces and elements of the universe and generate cosmic energy from his eyes and hands.
  • Fallen Hero: Used to be a hero that stood against the Anti-Monitor, but he was tortured into compliance, becoming his reluctant harbinger.
  • Harbinger of Impending Doom: He's literally nicknamed the Anti-Harbinger and is his role for the Anti-Monitor, wherever he likes it or not.
  • Invisibility: Pariah can choose not to be seen to the naked human eye.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Kell Mossa is just the alias he's known by, his true name being redacted.
  • Self-Duplication: Pariah can literally be in several places at once through creating cosmic duplicates of himself. However, when doing so, his original form and each duplicate only contain a fraction of his full power.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Though not an official member of The Cadre, Pariah's connection to the Anti-Monitor does require him to associate with the Cadre. Pariah is conflicted by this to no end and does not hide his hatred for the Cadre's leader.
  • Weak to Magic: Magic is magic. It may be possible to use powerful occult methods to interfere with his cosmic energy manipulation.

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