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Team Arrow

     Felicity Smoak (Operator)

The stepsister of Ronnie Raymond. An IT technician at Queen Consolidated, she was eventually recruited Oliver to help in his mission to save the city as the team's resident hacker calling herself as "Operator".

  • Adorkable: Even once she's in on the secret and surrounded by badasses, she still manages to be an Adorkable Motor Mouth.
  • Badass Adorable: Yes, Felicity is not much of an Action Girl but she is savvy and brainy. She often uses her brains to get Team Arrow out of trouble and she usually manages to be quirky and adorable while doing so.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: She has her share of quirks and eccentricities, but she's the best IT specialist at Queen Consolidated for a darn good reason.
  • Composite Character: While mostly her characterization from the Arrowverse, she's also Ronnie Raymond's stepsister, much like her original comic book incarnation that was his stepmother.
  • The Determinator: Once Felicity wants something or believes in something, she NEVER gives up. Overall, Felicity is probably the most determined and stubborn member of Team Arrow.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She has her moments, but normally her moments of snark come from her already Adorkable nature rather than a strict deadpan tone.
  • Friendly Rivalry: With Oracle, due to both of them being Mission Control gals.
  • Genki Girl: Lacks the manic energy typically associated with this trope, but she does talk very fast and tends to be very optimistic.
  • Hackette: Felicity is able to hack virtually any form of technology. Often she does so from her handy 'magic tablet'. Many of her hacks look like a 3D computer animation on her screen which uses to control real technology.
  • Jewish and Nerdy: Her Judaism comes up a few times, especially near Christmastime. She's also extremely nerdy.
  • Mission Control: Her usual role for Team Arrow, though she does go out on occasion to help in the field.
  • Mr. Exposition: She's a member of The Network, who submit character files of the different characters of Earth 27.
  • Motor Mouth: She talks a lot.
  • Nerds Are Sexy: Her attractiveness and nerdiness are equally lampshaded by other characters.
  • Official Couple: With Ray Palmer.
  • Open Mouth, Insert Foot: She has a bad tendency to phrase things in an awkward or insensitive manner, only realize how they sound after she has already said them.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: A very brilliant hacker with a pair.
  • The Smart Girl: She's the one who does all the research and hacking for the team.
  • White Hat Hacker: Eventually.

     Laurel Drake-Lance (Songbird) 

     Quentin Lance

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

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

     Lauren Drake (Vanguard) 

     Tommy Merlyn (Broken Arrow)
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Oliver's best friend, the son of Malcolm Merlyn and half-brother of Thea Queen.

  • Archer Archetype: Though he once gave Oliver a run for his money, Tommy had let his training slip. But with some warming up, he can hold his own among other world-class archers.
  • Badass Normal: Without any actual training, except moves picked up from a dozen different sparring partners, Tommy can hold his own against most untrained combatants... and he has no qualms about fighting dirty. His father tried to teach him but as a child, Tommy never did like hurting people.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: Justified in that his father is a world class jerk to him.
  • The Casanova: Tommy is weak to the charms of women. He has never had any relationship longer than a month or two.
  • Cool Uncle: He's the adopted uncle of Cynthia Lance.
  • Composite Character: Mostly based on his Arrowverse incarnation.
  • Honorary True Companion: Of the Legends.
  • Non-Action Guy: He's not combat proficient like Oliver. And even though he has the balls to defend the people close to him, he always lose badly if he decides to fight.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Through his mother is Rebecca Barrow, he becomes the half-brother of Victor and Violet Paige.
  • Sadist: Tommy Merlyn believes he enjoys hurting and killing people. He desperately wishes to explore this side of himself. He has gotten into bar fights when provoked, only to surrender himself to a brutal beating when he's close to victory as a way of punishing himself for indulging in violence.
  • Scars Are Forever: Tommy survived after being shot in a explosive arrow by Oliver Queen who want to shoot Prometheus in the face. Feeling responsible for this, Ollie brought Tommy back to Star City with him. Tommy found his friendship with Ollie challenged, even though Ollie covered all of Tommy's medical and psychiatric costs. Tommy had become deeply traumatized by the damage to his body and also at the pain of having taken a life. When he and Ollie or Thea did talk, Tommy often remarked that his new face reflected his soul and felt he was destined to become a killer, like his father.
  • The Slacker: Just like Oliver Queen, Tommy is a slacker at heart. Tommy often doesn't like to take things too seriously... except for when he does.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: He's the splitting image of his father Malcolm.
  • Supreme Chef: Oliver might know how to cook chili, but Tommy once trained under a classical French chef and according to Dinah can make an omelette that is "ridiculously delicious."

     Cynthia Lance

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

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

     Susanna "Cissie" King-Jones

Daughter of Oliver Queen and Dinah Lance.

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


Flash & Friends

     Iris West-Allen

Iris West is the wife of Barry Allen, aunt to Wally West and mother of Jessie and Bart Allen.

  • Abusive Parents: Iris and her twin-brother Rudy's early childhood was a tumultuous time with their father’s, Eric, short temper and alcoholism often landing him in jail and their mother, Nadine in the hospital. When his violence turned on the children, Nadine confided in the police officer and widower next door, Joe West and Eric was locked away for good.
  • Action Mom: She's the mother Jessie and Bart Allen, and while not a speedster, she can defend herself.
  • Aloof Big Sister: To her adopted brother Daniel West.
  • Badass Bookworm: Iris' intelligence lies mostly in her journalistic abilities, strategizing and leadership skills, but Joe also taught her combat skills, and she's been shown to be proficient at using handguns.
  • Badass in Distress: Despite her impressive ability to defend herself, she knows her limits and will not hesitate to call Barry, or activate Cisco's app, for help when she gets in over her head.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She's as sweet as honey, but if you really want to see her bad side, try threatening her boyfriend/husband, her family or her team and see what happens.
  • Composite Character: Seems to be based on her Young Justice incarnation.
  • Cool Aunt: Towards her both nephews Wally and Max. She's Wally West's aunt and his first best friend and she also wishes to be the fun aunt to Max West.
  • Express Delivery: Iris actually has the meta-gene which is fortunate as it allowed her to survive the one-month gestation of twin speedsters. According to Caitlin, the twins' nutritional needs alone should have killed her.
  • Happily Adopted: By Joe West. She even changed her last name from Russell to West after Joe married her mother.
  • Happily Married: With Barry.
  • Intrepid Reporter: Similar to Lois Lane. When she becomes a member of Team Flash, she uses this role to help out occasionally as an informant to Barry on the recent Meta-Human influenced happenings.
  • I Will Wait for You: When Barry was struck by lightning and in a coma, Iris chose not to move on. She used the time she would have spent working on her personal relationship to focus on her career. After several months, Barry woke up and the two picked up their relationship where they left off with Barry and Iris marrying.
  • Mama Bear: She's very overprotective of her nephews and her children, and she'll do anything to protect them.
  • Morality Chain: To both Barry and Wally, she is the heart of team Flash.
  • Official Couple: With Barry.
  • Successful Sibling Syndrome: Both Rudy and Daniel bear a grudge for her success in her life.

     Joe West

A detective in the Central City PD, Iris and Rudy West's adopted father.

  • Action Dad: Adoptive father of Iris and Rudy West and biological father of Daniel West, and while not a Speedster, he's still a capable policeman.
  • Badass Beard: Sports a goatee and team Flash's resident Action Dad.
  • Badass Normal: A veteran detective, he is still skilled enough to go against metahuman threats like if they were normal everyday crooks.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Things you do not fuck with include Iris, Barry, Wally and Max (including Jessie and Bart); the man is trained to use a gun! He will shoot you if necessary.
  • Composite Character: His appearance and personality are taken from his Arrowverse counterpart.
  • The Cynic: He is mostly civil, but having been a cop for almost 30 years, he's more suspicious and distrusting of people than most of the other Flash main characters.
  • Fair Cop: He might be old enough to have grandchildren, but looks pretty good for his age.
  • Friend on the Force: To STAR Labs.
  • Good Is Not Soft: One of the most morally good characters in the West family, don't underestimate Joe from harming or shooting a villain.
  • Good Parents: Really, we shouldn't have to explain this one
  • Secret Keeper: He knows Barry's identity as The Flash and also knows that Wally is Kid Flash I/Impulse and Max is Kid Mercury.
  • Old Cop, Young Cop: Two of his most prominent partners (Eddie and Patty) are around the age range of his daughter Iris.

     Harrison Wells (Stargazer)

The President and co-founder of S.T.A.R Labs and the creator of the Particle Accelerator.

  • Abusive Parents: According to Cisco, his father Edward was a grade-A jerkward.
  • Badass Bookworm: A genius scientist who blasts metahumans with laser guns and is capable of holding his own in a fistfight against a supposedly powerless Eobard Thawne.
  • Brainy Brunette: Much like his Arrowverse counterpart and other versions.
  • Composite Character: Wells's Personality and mannerism are taken straight from both his doppelgangers, Harry of Earth-2 and HR of Earth-19 in The Flash (2014) by having their nicknames.
  • Decomposite Character: Wells is not a disguised Eobard Thawne in Earth 27.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Is this to Team Flash. Partially because they just find him extremely annoying.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Aside from creating the Particle Accelerator, he also created the Metahuman detector devices.
  • Insufferable Genius: He's brilliant, and he knows it.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Harrison is rude, abrasive, dismissive, egotistical. But he's a good guy at heart, who's only interested in helping people.
  • Large Ham: He overacts almost everything.
  • The Lost Lenore: His first wife Aisley Wells, who was murdered by Zoom.
  • Motor Mouth: He rarely shuts up.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His father is Edward Wells, a hired assassin who went by the codename of Cormorant in the comics. His sister is Edith Wells, The Red Queen in the comics, while his brother is Vernon Wells, the corrupt assistant of Harvey Dent. His second wife is Kristin Wells, who used the Superwoman name in the comics Pre-Crisis.

     Eddie Thawne
  • Badass Normal: Like Joe, he has no superpowers or special abilities, yet he willingly and regularly goes up against villains who do, and has no trouble against more standard criminals.
  • Fair Cop: Considering his appearance is based on his Arrowverse portrayal, he's obviously easy on the eyes.
  • Friend on the Force: He and Joe serve as this for Team Flash and S.T.A.R. Labs.

Daily Planet

     Perry White
Once a famous crusading reporter, Perry White is now the editor-in-chief of that great American newspaper, the Daily Planet.
  • Benevolent Boss: Despite his tough-mindedness and grouchy personality, he has always been a kind and fair boss.
  • Berserk Button: As every employee of the Daily Planet can tell you, he hates being called "Chief".
  • Catch Phrase: Perry shouts "Great Ceasar's Ghost!" and "Don't call me 'chief'!" when enraged.
  • Composite Character: While mostly his characterization is from DC Extended Universe he retains his personality in the comics and other adaptations.
  • Da Editor: His strength and integrity have led him to be one of the world's greatest journalists, and underneath his leadership the Planet hasn't missed a single issue through crisis after crisis.
  • Intrepid Reporter: In his youth. He won four Pulitzer awards with such notable stories as Watergate, The Mannhattaning, and The Great Lie (Thanks to Walter Kovacs aka Rorschach's diary he exposed Adrian Veidt's true colors as the main instigator of The Manhattaning which forced Veidt go into hiding from authorities).
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He can be demanding and rude, but he is always kind and respectful to his reporters and seeks the highest levels of journalistic work ethic and integrity, being well-liked by pretty much everyone under his employ.

     Jimmy Olsen
Superman's pal and Clark Kent's co-worker at the Daily Planet, Jimmy is a photographer/cub reporter working his way up the totem pole. He's impulsive, socially awkward, and prone to getting tied up by supervillains.

     Cat Grant
Catherine "Cat" Grant heads the Entertainment and Arts section of the Daily Planet.
  • Animal Motif: She has been compared, obviously, to cats.
  • Broken Ace: Her competitive, "always go for the win" attitude is revealed to have been partially fueled by her mommy issues
  • Cat Smile: Appropriately enough.
  • Composite Character: Her personality and appearance are based off her Arrowverse counterpart.
  • Damsel in Distress: Was kidnapped twice by the Toymen. The first time she managed to escape on her own, the second she was rescued by Superman.
  • Damsel out of Distress: After she turned his dolls to the police, Toyboy kidnapped her, taking her to one of his father's old workshops. There, he told her of his origins and asked her to be his new "mother." But Cat violently rejected him, clawed his face as managed tp slip out of her binds on her own and escape.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Like her Arrowverse she's snark and witty than Lois.
  • Devoted to You: She's Anton Schott's (Toyboy) object of obsession. He consider's her to be his new mother. He began to send a doll to Cat for every time a child was kidnapped by Dollmaker. When she realized who was sending her these gifts, she turned the dolls to the authorities, which brought Batman down upon the Dollmaker clan. Anton barely escaped capture, but kept obsessing over her.
  • Gossipy Hens: She's know to be a gossip and blabbing. She is even the gossip columnist for the Daily Planet.
  • Head-Turning Beauty: She's known for her good looks and Will Magnus can barely keep his head straight when he meets her.
  • Intrepid Reporter: Not exactly to the degree as Lois Lane, but still.
  • Lust Object: Superman is hers. He saved her once and took her home. She kissed him and wouldn't let go of his cape and he ended up leaving the cape with her. She later tells him that she likes to wrap herself around his cape when she goes in bed wearing nothing but the cape and a smile.
  • Malaproper: Consistently gets people's names wrong (when she even recognizes them).
  • Tranquil Fury: She never raises her voice in anger, but when she gets mad, there's no mistaking it.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: The reasoning that Cat can say such horrible things about Lois, is honesty not malice, and she openly admits the two are very close friends despite the rivalry.

     Ron Troupe

  • Action Survivor: While he doesn't have much in terms of fighting skills, his quick reaction saved him and a shop owner from El Flamingo until Mystery Inc. arrived.
  • Black and Nerdy: He's the politics reporter of the Daily Planet, and his writing and demeanor are extremely intellectual and professional.
  • Straight Man: He's arguably the most "normal" person on the Daily Planet.

The Terrible Trio

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

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

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


     In General 
  • All Myths Are True: While a number of the many Greek Gods have been seen it's no surprise to have any new ones or their stories show up as true as any bit of mythology is available to be pulled into the story-weaving of the DCU.
  • Big, Screwed-Up Family/Dysfunctional Family: On a cosmic scale, just ask about anyone with any relation to the gods falls under this, not to mention the gods themselves.
  • Incest Is Relative: Well of course. There's Zeus and his sister/wife Hera to start with.
  • Jerkass Gods: Typical of the Greek Pantheon sadly and in ways like you wouldn't believe in this universe.
  • Physical God: Their titles come with devastatingly immense strength and abilities
  • Shapeshifting: They're all shapeshifters who can choose their forms, with the 12 Olympians, the ruling and top gods, having the most flexible control over their forms.


The ruler of Olympus. He is married to Hera and has many extramarital children, including Diana and Cassie Sandsmark.

  • Abusive Parents: His treatment of his kids varies from bragging about them, to not caring (or knowing) about them, to being an outright dick depending on how he feels that day.
  • Animal Motif: The Eagle, which are his domain animals.
  • Anything That Moves: He's Zeus, and while he might prefer women, he's not above taking men as lovers.
  • Badass Beard: He is the most powerful of the Greek gods, and sported a beard.
  • Blow You Away: With the Sky being his dominion, Zeus has a special affinity with the element of air. Using this, he can sense the flow of the tides or generate enough air pressure to create a tsunami or a storm.
  • Brother–Sister Incest: With Hera.
  • Daddy Had a Good Reason for Abandoning You: He never had the time to spend with Diana and Cassie due his duties as a God.
  • Elemental Powers: As the god of the storms, Zeus is able to manipulate weather.
  • Parental Neglect: He even has his faults of not being around in the life with his demigod children including Diana and Cassie Sandsmark due being the king of Olympus. Cassie even Lampshade this referring him as "Absentee Dad of the Century".
  • Really Gets Around: It wouldn't be Zeus if he didn't. He sired daughters with Hyppolyta and Helena Sandsmark (And many, many, many, many, many, many, many women).
  • Shock and Awe: Zeus is able to create and manipulate electricity with lethal efficiency.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Zeus is able to alter his physical form at will. A lot of the time he manifests himself as a bold eagle.


  • Brother–Sister Incest: With Zeus. A lot of the other pantheons think that it's weird and bring it up whenever they're feeling snippy.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: To Zeus.
  • Dysfunctional Family: Tries to hide the fact that she's the matriarch of one, but it doesn't really work.
  • Wicked Step Mother: The original. Displays this the most out of the Big Three's wives, as she's the goddess of marriage and her husband's demigod children are an attack upon her domain. This is the reason she, Diana and Cassandra don't get on.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Tried to have Diana killed as a child because she was Zeus' daughter by Hippolyta, one of her chosen people, and is perfectly happy to obliquely threaten Cassie.


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Wonder Woman's archnemesis, Ares, the God of War, is a cunning schemer who thrives on conflict and seeks to perpetuate endless war. Despite his bloodthirsty nature, Ares is a genius tactician and master manipulator.

  • Affably Evil: He's really quite polite when speaking to the heroes, but they all still know better than to trust him.
  • Arch-Enemy: For Wonder Woman.
  • Blood Knight: Obviously he thrives on conflict.
  • Clairvoyance: Ares is capable of witnessing and understanding events that he wasn't present for, as if he was there.
  • Cool Helmet: His traditional Spartan's helmet.
  • Humans Are Bastards: Ares firmly believes this and views his own continued existence as a testament to mankind's capacity for evil or propensity for slaughtering one another to validate his misanthropy. He can grow weary of it from time to time, even growing disgusted by the warring tendencies that fuel his power.
  • Immortality: As an Olympian God worshipped by the ancient Greeks and Romans, Ares has lived for at least millennia.
  • Morph Weapon: His three weapons transform into any weapon he'd like. His spear becomes a sword, his shield becomes a shotgun, his short sword becomes a pistol. Ares' spear and shield is literally the symbol of Mars, a planet named after him (and the practically universal symbol for "male").
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: Ares is incredibly resistant to all forms of damage. He has taken hits from the likes of Wonder Woman without suffering any injury at all.
  • Physical God: from the Classical Mythology.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: His armor is black and red, and he's a ruthless and dangerous god.
  • Revenge Before Reason: As a god of rage, Ares is on to hold eternal grudges.
  • The Strategist: Oddly a twist on the original myth, since Ares was said to encompass brute force and untempered violence.
  • Super Strength: Ares is a god with almost infinite strength. He has manhandled incredibly powerful beings such as Wonder Woman. He has also held onto an active missile with little problem.
  • War God: He's The War God of the Greek Pantheon.

New Genesis

Metron is a New God who claims neutrality in the conflict between warring New Genesis and Apokalypse. He observes the universe, always looking to expand his vast knowledge.
  • Above Good and Evil: His main focus is observing and unraveling the mysteries of the universe without being truly considered either good or evil.
  • Aloof Ally: While considered part of New Genesis, he rarely involves himself in the conflict between New Genesis and Apokalypse.
  • Cool Chair: As always, his Mobius chair is quite impressive.
  • Palantir Ploy: He can spy on everything.
  • The Watcher: He's largely a passive observer more interested in seeing new outcomes than actively helping anyone.

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)
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.
  • Adorkable: Patty is a science nerd at heart and gets into several dorky conversations with Barry.
  • 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. metacrime agent and also a Temporal Enforcement Agent of the Department Of Continuity. And quite attractive.
  • 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)
  • 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)


     Bobby Singer
  • Abusive Parents: His father Edward Singer was an abusive alcoholic.
  • Adaptation Name Change: Rather than naming his dog Rumsfeld after U.S. Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, he named it after Secretary of Defense Wade Eiling.
  • Badass Beard: His grizzled beard.
  • Catchphrase: Bobby often refers to people as "idjits" when they do something he considers to be stupid or not particularly well thought out. Nevertheless, being called an "idjit" by Bobby at some point is a rite of passage and a badge of honor among the Hunter sub-culture of America.
  • Good Is Not Nice: A grumpy, irritable alcoholic, but unquestionably a good guy.
  • Honorary Uncle: Served as this for the Winchester brothers until his relationship with John started to deteriorate.
  • I Am Not My Father: He refused to have children of his own because he was afraid that he would abuse them the way he himself was abused.
  • Nice Hat: His signature trucker hat.
  • Omniglot: Speaks fluent Spanish, Japanese, Aramaic, Latin, and Russian; he can even read Enochian.
  • Parental Substitute: Bobby makes it very clear that, to him, Sam and Dean are his boys.
  • Self-Made Orphan: When he was fifteen, he shot his abusive father to protect his abused mom. His mom was horrified by what he'd done, leading to her abandoning him without ever returning.
  • We Named the Monkey "Jack": He's such a big supporter of president Lex Luthor, he named his dog Eiling after Lex's defense secretary.

     Ellen Harvelle
  • Anger Born of Worry: Seems to be her default response to her loved ones risking themselves.
  • Battle Couple: Used to be this with her husband Billy until Jo was born.
  • Curtains Match the Windows: She has brown hair and brown eyes.
  • Good-Guy Bar: The Harvelle's Roadhouse, a saloon hunters meet to drink and exchange information. It also seems to house homeless hunters.
  • Happily Married: With Bill, even when she worried he would not return when accompanying John Winchester in his search for Azazel.
  • Mama Bear: She is highly protective of Jo, particularly when Bill isn't around. These maternal instincts also are on display when dealing with other young hunters who she has taken a shine to.
  • My Beloved Smother: In Jo's opinion, at least, she's a bit overprotective.
  • Retired Badass: Ellen considers herself retired from "the life". She is hesitant to go into the field and has let her skillcraft get a bit unpracticed. However, do not mistake this for being ignorant. Give her a bit to get the hang of things again and her skills come back to her quick, as demonstrated by the times she has grabbed her shotgun and sped off in the middle of the night to bring Jo and/or Bill back from a hunt after they failed to check in with her as agreed.
  • Team Mom: Less explicit than Bobby's Team Dad status, but she does take on a mother-figure role to Sam and Dean.

     Jo Harvelle
  • The Bait: She was used as bait by Gordon Walker to get a monster. Despite her mother forbidding her to continue seeing Walker, she remained in contact with him.
  • Cute Bruiser: She may be Just a Kid, but she's still a hunter.
  • Dead Guy Junior: She's named after her maternal grandmother, Joanna Dolan.
  • Disappeared Dad: Her father Billy went missing around the same time as John Winchester.
  • Friendless Background: Because of her parents' lifestyle, she didn't have many friends growing up. Now she has found friendship with James Wheeler, Mystery Inc., Ash Miles, Garth Fitzgerald IV, Pamela Barnes and the Banes twins.
  • Girl with Psycho Weapon: Carries a big hunting knife.
  • Knife Nut: She carries her dad's knife with her because she wants to feel close to him, and says she was known as the "freak with the knife collection" at school.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: She looks a lot like her mother, besides having blonde hair.
  • Tomboyish Name: Her name is Joanna Beth, but she prefers to go by Jo.

     Ash Miles
  • "Awesome McCool" Name: His ops moniker is "Dr. Badass".
  • Best Friend: He considers Shaggy Rogers his best friend.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Ash may be a genius, but he has lots of quirks.
  • Commonality Connection: He's best friends with Shaggy since both were neglected by their parents.
  • Erudite Stoner: Even when he's stoned out of his mind or drunk off his stool, Ash can find patterns in what looks like unconnected events to pinpoint paranormal activity.
  • Named by the Adaptation: His last name was unknown in the series, but here it's Miles.
  • Non-Action Guy: He considers himself a lover rather than a fighter.
  • Mr. Exposition: He's a member of The Network, who submit character files of the different characters of Earth 27.
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: Ash is a master biologist, chemist, cryptologist, physicist, meteorologist, researcher, and Engineer.
  • Omniglot: Speaks fluent English, Spanish, Latin, French, Arabic, Aramaic, Portuguese, Japanese, Mandarin, Korean, Russian, German, Atlantean, and Enochian.
  • Parental Neglect: His parents preferred to, according to him, focus on the mundane achievements of his brother, not even visiting him while he attented Ivy University.
  • Twin Threesome Fantasy: Apparently he had a one night stand with the twin daughters of the dean of Ivy U. The dean was not amused.

     Charlie Bradbury
  • The Charmer: Charlie has shown herself to be quite the niche charmer. She seems able to make just about any slightly geeky female with even a trace of girl-on-girl curiosity weak in the knees. Truth is, she seems to have the same effect on male geeks, too... until she tries to fake-flirt.
  • Embarrassing Tattoo: Charlie has one on her left hip of Princess Leia in her slave bikini riding a twenty-sided die. In her defense, she was drunk and at HeroCon.
  • Geek Physique: She's not particularly athletic.
  • Hackette: Charlie is an incredible hacker known on the dark web by the screen-name "WiFi_Waifu".
  • Meganekko: Charlie wears thick glasses.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Her name is actually Celeste Middleton, but she's better known as Charlie.
  • Pop-Cultured Badass: Charlie loves sci-fi and fantasy.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: She's a redhead, has green eyes, and is a Hunter.
  • Socially Awkward Hero: She doesn't have that many social skills.
  • This Is for Emphasis, Bitch!: Her catchphrase.

Hex Girls

     In General 
  • 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.
  • 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: Brunette (Thorn), Blonde (Dusk) 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.
  • Goth Girls Know Magic: They use Goth imagery and each of them knows different types of magic.
  • 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.
  • 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.

     Thorn (Sarah "Sally" McKnight)
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.
  • Hellbent 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)
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.
  • 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 Power Trio.
  • Wrath: One of her major weaknesses is her wrath.

     Luna (Kimberly "Kim" Moss)
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.
  • Hellbent 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 Girl's 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.
  • Mixed Ancestry: Her father is caucasian while her mother is African American.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Other Supporting characters

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

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

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

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

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

     Papa Midnite (Jack)

  • Affably Evil/Faux Affably Evil: Straddles the line between the two, especially around Constantine.
  • Composite Character: While his backstory is from the 2005 miniseries, his appearance is based on the Constantine movie.
  • 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.
  • 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 one, and if he does, he's not telling.
  • 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.

     Julia Kapatelis
Mother of Vanessa Kapatelis and an old friend of Wonder Woman.
  • Adventurer Archaeologist: She's far more respectful of the items and cultures she's studying than most examples, but given the often magical and sought after by villains nature of archeological artifacts in the DCU pretty much all archaeologists therein have to be rather adventurous
  • Old Friend: Has known Diana for many years, and they have recently reconnected.
  • Online Alias: Her Network ID is 'Dr_K-63'
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Her daughter Vanessa looks very similar to her, at least before her transformation into the Silver Swan.

     Tammie Westerman
The wife of Arkham doctor Roy Westerman.
  • Author Avatar: Of Co-Creator Roy Westerman's wife, Tammie Ann Westerman.
  • Almighty Mom / Mama Bear: Tammie is a serious mother bear. Word to the wise, do not mess with her husband or her kids, unless you're prepared for a beatdown, whether verbal or physical.
  • Composite Character: She is a composite character with Sharon Vance/Strange Visitor. She has Sharon's backstory.
  • Grammar: Tammie's spelling and grammar leaves something to be desired. She has a knack for coming up with her own words like "flustrated" which drives her husband crazy.
  • The Medic: As a former nurse and paramedic, Tammie is an excellent provider of emergency medical care.
  • Multicolored Hair: Tammie has two streaks of neon-colored hair. The pink streak is for autism awareness and the blue is in memory of her son, Joshua.
  • Outliving One's Offspring: To her son Joshua Dean Westerman.
  • Recovered Addict: Once a heavy drinker and social smoker, Tammie has abstained from such drugs completely for several years, having successfully quit cold turkey the week she started dating Roy. She claims she has no interest in going back, having replaced those habits completely with more harmless addictions like smartphone games.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Tammie is afraid of spiders. She cannot even stomp on a tiny little one and has been known to hide in a bedroom until her husband got home because she saw a spider near the bedroom door, blocking her exit.

     Winifred "Winnie" Schott
The daughter of Winslow Schott, the original Toyman and older sister of Anton Schott, the Toyboy.
  • Cain and Abel: The Abel to her brother Anton's Cain.
  • Composite Character: She's based on Darci Mason, an android built by Toyman for companionship as well as Doll Face. She's also a composite of Winn Schott from Supergirl (2015) series, like Winn she's a co-worker of Karen Starr at StarrWare.
  • Daddy's Little Villain: At least she helped her father place Jack Nimball's consciousness inside Jack-In-The-Box, but her true morality isn't clear.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Winnie has considerable ability to design, repair, network, hack, edit, manage and understand the most sophisticated workings of a computer. This includes both hardware and/or software as it relates to computer systems.
  • It's Personal: Winnie does not like talking about her family or her past.
  • Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter: Her father was rather average even before going crazy, but she's lovely.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's 175cm tall and quite beautiful.

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

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

     Chuck Shurley
  • Adaptational Backstory Change: He's not probably God, only a human with prophetic visions.
  • Blessed With Suck: Came to see his clairvoyant abilities as a curse, since they gave him glimpses of things he shouldn't have known, like the origins of members of the Justice League. It didn't help that they showed him a vision of his parents dying, right before officers broke the news that it was all true.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: More "loser" than "moron", but still, he's a lot more formidable than he seems at first.
  • Meta Guy: Chuck is a prophet who writes about the Winchesters' adventures. He wasn't sure they were real people until they showed up at his door one day.
  • Pen Name: Writes under the name Carver Edlund.
  • Perma-Stubble: Has an unkempt beard that shows his general reluctance to go out.
  • Protectorate: He's under the protection of an Angel.

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

     Maura Lee Karupt 
The Mayor of Danny the Street.
  • Canon Immigrant: Originates in the Doom Patrol series and hasn't appeared in other media yet.
  • Transgender: Born a man named Morris Johnson, Danny helped them realize their true self and embrace their identity.

     Janosz Poha
A curator at the Star City Museum of Art that was forced by mind control to do Vigo's bidding and act as his agent on the mortal realm. He's also the uncle of Junior Team Ghostbuster Alan Crendall.
  • Adaptational Nationality: In the movie his country of origin was undefined, but here he's from Markovia.
  • The Atoner: After being freed from Vigo's control, he let himself be convicted for kidnapping Oscar Barrett.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Controlled by Vigo to do his bidding.
  • Demonic Possession: Vigo forces his will upon Janosz, making him do his bidding.
  • Funny Foreigner: From Markovia and has limited grasp on English.
  • It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY": His first name is pronounced "yaw-nosh".
  • Hopeless Suitor: Where Dana is concerned.
  • More Than Mind Control: Despite being brainwashed to be Vigo's loyal minion, Janosz's personality more or less stays the same aside from getting a bit creepier.
  • Omniglot: As expected from an art curator, he speaks Markovian, Vlatavan, Russian, French, Italian, Latin and Egyptian. His grasp in English is rather limited, though.
  • Stalker with a Crush: For Dana, though it only truly started getting creepy after being put under Vigo's thrall.

     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.

     Ms. Nyxly Glsptlnsz
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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Unlimited Wardrobe: Most of the time she uses her powers to change outfits.
  • The Unpronounceable: Just like Mxyzptlk, her name are 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 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.


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