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    In General 
  • Alphabet Architecture: The headquarters of the Titans is shaped like a big capital T.
  • Badass Crew / Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: All Members of every generation of the Titans counts.
  • Breaking the Fellowship: After Jason Todd's Death, Helena, Kara and Roy and the rest of the Wild Childs (the Gen-2 Titans) quitting and briefly retiring from the superhero business caused the original Titans to disband.
  • Family of Choice: The Titans support each other in all the good ways of a family, but they're also a family in all the worst ways with all the conflicts you'd usually suspect from living together like one. They do have some disagreements, but it always leads into more character depth.
  • Island Base: The Titans Tower is on an island. After the JLA was founded in 2004, Dick and Barbara were a bit miffed that they couldn't join due to their age so Bruce Wayne pocketed up some money to build a "clubhouse"/training center for them, that also gave Beast Boy and Victor Stone (who had just become Cyborg) a place to crash.
  • Superhero School: After the Fall of 2013, Titans Tower became more like a proper school, with Cyborg remaining as the headmaster and Red Tornado, Raven, Beast Boy, Proxy, and Paragon returning to the Tower as resident mentors for the next generation, and other members of the Justice League teaching classes here and there to further the young heroes' skill sets.

The Original Titans

    Robin I / Nightwing (Richard "Dick" Grayson)
See the The Bat Family page

    Batgirl I / Oracle (Barbara Gordon)
See the The Bat Family page

    Beast Boy (Garfield Logan)
See the The Outsiders page

    Cyborg (Victor Stone)
See the The Outsiders page

    Raven (Rachel Roth)
See the The Outsiders page

    Starfire (Koriand'r)
See the The Outsiders page

    Terra (Tyra Markov)
See the The Outsiders page

Class of 2004 - 2005

    Supergirl I / Power Girl (Karen Kent)
See the The Justice League page

    Speedy I / Arsenal (Roy Harper)
See the Team Arrow page

    Robin II / Red Hood I (Jason Todd)
See the The Bat Family page

    Batgirl II / Huntress (Helena Bertinelli)
See the Birds of Prey page

    Rocket (Raquel Ervin)
See the The Justice League page

    Wonder Girl I / Darkstar (Donna Troy)
See the The Outsiders page

    Ravager (Rose Worth-Wilson)
See the The Legends page

Class of 2005 - 2006

    Aqualad I / Tempest (Garth ta'ldyl)
See the The Outsiders page

    Aquagirl I (Tula) 
  • The Ace: The most effective fighter in the Atlantean guard shown.
  • Apparently Human Merfolk: As a "pure" Atlantean she looks almost exactly like a normal human her age.
  • Badass Abnormal: Tula lacks Mera's hydrokinesis and Arthur's brute strength, but still has a degree of Super Strength, being an Atlantean, and can still kick serious ass.
  • Super Speed: She is also seen swimming fast enough to out pace a cloud of choking mist underwater.
  • Super Strength: Tula can crush large crabs, stab into armored opponents, drive her fingers into helmets and tear bars off cell doors.
  • Super Toughness: Again, due to being Atlantean.

    Arrowette I (Thea Queen)
See the The Legends page

    Blue Beetle (Ted Kord)
See the The Justice League page

    Booster Gold (Michael Jon Carter)
See the The Justice League page

    Hawkboy / Hawkman (Carter Hall)
See the The Justice League page

    Hawkgirl / Hawkwoman (Shiera Sanders-Hall)
See the The Justice League page

Class of 2006 - 2007

    Bumblebee (Karen Beecher-Duncan)
See the Doom Patrol page

    Herald (Malcolm "Mal" Duncan) 
See the Doom Patrol page

    Damage (Grant Pratt) 
  • Action Bomb: Grant has the ability to take the energy that he generates to detonate himself like a bomb. This power is the most dangerous of the abilities he possesses and also the most tied to his emotional state and the most likely to lose control.
  • Adaptation Name Change: Rather than going by Grant Emerson, he uses the last name Pratt.
  • I Love Nuclear Power: Damage is a living biochemical fusion reactor, that constantly absorbs, builds up and produces energy he can manipulate and use in numerous ways. This energy is able to enhance his strength, durability, speed, and reflexes to superhuman levels.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: Channeled energy toughens his skin, making him highly resistant to injury. At the low end of the spectrum, Damage has enough resistance to stop twenty tons of force without being hurt. Bullets will not harm him, nor will temperature extremes from -100 degrees Celsius to about 2000 degrees Celsius bother him much. He's immersed himself in volcanic lava before, and suffered no ill effects except for the lack of air.
  • Super Reflexes: At his lowest levels, Grant has the agility and reflexes far above that of an Olympic athlete.
  • Super Strength: Internal energies give him enhanced strength, regardless of the amount of energy he is channeling into his body.

    Nuklon (A.J. Pratt) 
  • Adaptation Name Change: Instead of the last name Rothstein, A.J. uses the Pratt family name.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: His main superpower is to grow really tall.
  • Sizeshifter: A.J. can increase his body's mass. His weight is multiplied by his height. Of course, as he weighs more, he has a greater effect on the environment.
  • Super Strength: As he grows, his strength increases, both compensating for his increased mass and allowing him to grow to greater heights.
  • Team Member in the Adaptation: Neither as Nuklon or as Atom Smasher has he ever been a member of the Titans in the comics like Damage.

  • Team Member in the Adaptation: In the comics Forager is not associated with any group besides New Genesis, but here he's a former member of the Titans.
  • Token Non-Human: He's the only member of the 2006-2007 class of Titans that isn't human, coming from New Genesis instead.

    Fire (Beatriz da Costa)
See the The Justice League page

    Ice (Tora Olafsdotter)
See the The Justice League page

Summer 2007 "Young Justice"

    Aqualad I (Jackson Hyde)
See the Young Justice page

    Wonder Girl II (Cassandra Sandsmark)
See the Young Justice page

    Kid Flash I / Impulse (Wally West)
See the Young Justice page

    Superboy (Conner Kent)
See the Young Justice page

    Miss Martian (M'gann M'orzz)
See the Young Justice page

    Speedy II (Artemis Crock)
See the Young Justice page

    Omen (Lilith Clay)
See the Other Teams page

Class of 2008 - 2009

    Robin III/ Red Robin (Tim Drake)
See the The Bat Family page

    Batgirl III / Black Bat (Cassandra Cain)
See the The Bat Family page

    Star-Spangled Kid / Stargirl (Courtney Whitmore)
See the Young Justice page

    Captain Marvel (Billy Batson)
See the The Justice League page

    Hawk I (Hank Hall)
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    Dove I (Don Hall)
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  • Badass Pacifist: He prefers not to fight, but he's the avatar of Peace too.
  • Ill Boy: He was born with a weak constitution and only improved after becoming Dove.
  • The Lost Lenore: Became this for his fiancee Lilith Clay.
  • Polar Opposite Twins: Were Hank is hotheaded and combative, he's calm and generally peaceful.
  • Related in the Adaptation: He and Hank are the younger brothers of Carter Hall in this continuity.
  • Suicidal Pacifism: Sadly, his trust towards The Reach ended up leading to his death.

    Amethyst (Amy Winston) 
See the D.E.O. page

Class of 2009 - 2010

    Thunder (Anissa Pierce)
See the The Outsiders page

    Enigma (Emily Nashton) 
See the Secret Six page

    Card Queen (Duela Dent) 
See the The Outsiders page

    Red Star (Leonid Kovar) 
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: Red Star was empowered by unknown alien energies that have caused chain reactions within his molecular structure, altering his physical abilities and reflexes. Over time, these abilities have changed and he has gone from being an incredibly fast and strong being into one with an array of powers.
  • Child Soldier: He was a teenager when he was picked to be part of the experiment to create supersoldiers, and must've been in the army for at least several years before that to have achieved the rank of captain.
  • Husky Russkie
  • Nice Guy: He's a deeply caring person and is willing to put himself on the line for people (or even animals) that he's never met and with no expectation of getting anything in return. That concern for others was the reason he wouldn't help fight the nuclear monster initially, as he was afraid of losing control of his power and hurting people.

    Pantha (Rosebelle Mendez) 

    Paragon (Marvin White) 
See the The Outsiders page

    Proxy (Wendy Harris) 
See the The Outsiders page

Class of 2010 - 2011

    Micro (Ryan Choi)
See the Young Justice page

    Giganta (Doris Zeul)
See the Young Justice page

    Argent (Antonia "Toni" Monetti) 
See the Other Teams page

    Hotspot (Isaiah Crockett) 
See the Other Teams page

    Prysm (Audrey Spears) 
See the Other Teams page

    Risk (Cody Driscoll) 
See the Other Teams page

See the Other Teams page

Class of 2011 - 2012

    Lady Marvel (Mary Broomfield)
See the The Justice League page

    King Marvel (Freddy Freeman)
See the The Justice League page

    Lagoon Boy (La'Gann) 
See the Young Justice page

    Aquagirl II (Lorena Marquez) 
  • Apparently Human Merfolk: Aquagirl has the ability to breathe underwater. Like Aquaman, Lorena has gills, which enables her to extract oxygen from water, while simultaneously eschewing carbon dioxide.
  • Legacy Character: She's the second Aquagirl after Tula.
  • Super Senses: As a denizen of the sea, Lorena and others like her are adapted to have enhanced senses that allow them to see and hear things underwater better than regular humans would be able to do.
  • Super Strength: Due to her underwater training as well as her toughened muscles, her strength has been enhanced beyond human means.

    Spoiler / Robin IV / Batgirl IV (Stephanie Brown)
See the Bat Family page

    Son of Vulcan (Miguel "Mikey" Devante) 
  • Flaming Sword: The Sword of Vulcan. A crystalline blade that can channel Vulcan's flames and is sharp enough to cut through virtually any substance.
  • One Steve Limit: To differentiate himself from fellow Titan Miguel Barragan, he's referred to as Mikey.
  • Playing with Fire: Thanks to the unique Vulcan Metavirus, Miguel is able to generate intense heat from any part of his body.
  • Powered Armor: Miguel wears a special suit of body armor created by previous Vulcans, with gauntlets capable of generating force fields.

    Empress (Anita Fite) 

Class of 2012 - 2013

    Bunker (Miguel Barragan) 
  • Class Representative: Class leader of the 2012 - 2013 class.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Being a teen metahuman from a small village in Mexico, he tends to pepper his speech with random Spanish words.
  • Imagination-Based Superpower: Bunker has to ability to create violet constructs similar to those of a Green Lantern, such as hands, hammers, shields, etc. His constructs are built out of psionic bricks; the bigger they are, the harder the construct, and vice versa.
  • Keet: He's very cheerful and energetic.
  • Positive Discrimination: Miguel is an openly homosexual Mexican Catholic who comes from a family and a village that was nothing but supportive of both him and his powers. He's the happiest and most competently functioning of the current Titans team.
  • Purple Is Powerful: His costume and his violet psionic construct.

    Atlee ("Amanda Gray") 
  • Beneath the Earth: Atlee's people live in a vast underground city. Their technology is so advanced that even Power Girl was impressed.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: The second Geokinetic user of the Titans since Terra. Atlee possesses the ability to manipulate the geography of her surrounding environment through force of will. Like others who have used the name, Atlee can project and reshape existing rock formations and use them as projectile weapons if she so chooses.
  • Flight: She can ride on rocks by lifting them underneath herself.
  • Honorary True Companion: She's an honorary member of the House of El.
  • Meaningful Name: Her civilian identity is a combination of the names of her creators: Amanda Conner and Justin Gray.
  • Named by the Adaptation: While her birth name remains Atlee, she's given the alias of "Amanda Gray" while on the surface.
  • Underground City: Strata, Atlee's people's secret underground city.

    Kid Mercury (Max West)
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  • Angry Black Man: He is prone to lashing out and running away when he's faced with a dire situation. It's one of his main differences from his cousin Wally.
  • Composite Character: Max West is composite between Max Mercury and Wallace "Wally" West II and also a composite of Wally West of The Flash (2014).
  • Dark Is Not Evil:
    • His costume was dominantly a metallic silver and black with red accents, and could have believably been put on a villain. Max however was clearly being set up to be a somewhat troubled kid who'd grow into a heroic role rather than a villainous one.
    • There's also the fact that he has red lightning following him as he runs. As any Flash fan can tell you this is usually a sign of an evil speedster. (The good ones fluctuate between producing either yellow or blue lightning.) Max however is ultimately a good person at heart.
  • Deadpan Snarker: A trait he shares with his cousin Wally. He's turning out to be one of the snarkier members of the Titans Academy, which has gotten him in Beast Boy's good books pretty quickly.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He starts out this way; he's got some anger issues and isn't always the most reliable, but he's not a bad person at heart.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Through his mother Sarah Moss, he's the half-brother of Kimberly Moss, better known as Luna of the Hex Girls.
  • Shock and Awe: Max is able to generate and manipulate the electrical energy he draws from the Speed Force. This Speed Force lightning emanates off of him as a red aura of electricity, especially when he moves at super-speed.
    • Hand Blast: He has learned that if he focuses, he can project his Speed Force energy as bolts of lightning from his hands.
  • Super Reflexes: Max possesses reflexes far greater than a normal human being. This allows him to perceive the world in slow motion.
  • Super Speed: Max is capable of moving at vast superhuman speeds and can only be perceived as a blur to the naked eye. Though Max does admit he is not as fast as Barry Allen or Wally West.

    Bombshell (Amy Allen) 
  • Alliterative Name: Amy Allen.
  • Chrome Champion: Bombshell has Dilustel (quantum metal) skin like Major Force and Captain Atom, which was cut from the body of an alien life form known as the Silver Shield after being captured by Project Atom.
  • Flight: Is able to fly at speeds reaching up to Mach 3.
  • Reality Warper: Bombshell can control and project limited varieties of energy from the Q Field including harnessing it for use of her other powers as well. Although Either due to lack of experience or the process by which she was granted her powers of Superhuman Strength and Invulnerability, Amy lacks the fine tuned abilities that both of her hallmarks have come to possess over the years.
  • Super Strength: Able to lift hundred ton masses with utmost ease, even staggering the likes of Miss Martian and Wonder Girl in hand to hand combat and lifting the Quantum jet above her head with little effort at all.
  • Technopath: She's shown the ability to channel her quantum powers to manipulate technological devices with nothing but her mind and electromagnetic interaction, she proved she could control the technological components of Cyborgs mechanical physiology.

    Doctor Marvel (Eugene Choi)
See the Young Justice page

    Bushido (Ryuku Orsono) 
  • As Long as It Sounds Foreign: "Ryuko Orsono" is nowhere near a legitimate Japanese name. A more plausible surname would be "Osono".
  • Multi-Melee Master: Not only he's excellent with the sword, he has also mastered several types of armed combat.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Much like Pantha and Wildebeest, his death by Superboy-Prime doesn't happen here.

    Solstice (Kiran Singh) 
  • Flight: She has the ability to fly in addition to her light based powers.
  • Hard Light: She can make temporary light constructs.
  • Light 'em Up / The Power of the Sun: Her power set, which is incompatible with Raven who cannot be around her while she is using it.
  • Personality Power: A kind, cheerful loving girl with light based powers.

Class of 2013 - 2014

    Hardbody (Caitlin "Kat" Fairchild) 
  • Adaptation Name Change: Rather than using her Real Name as an Alias, she's given the codename of Hardbody.
  • Class Representative: Of the 2013-2014 class.
  • Composite Character: She takes the code name of fellow Gen13 member Hardbody.
  • Genius Bruiser: While on the outside she is a beautiful busty Amazon, on the inside she still is her nerdy self who's IQ is untouched by the transformation.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: Caitlin Fairchild can absorb a tremendous amount of physical punishment without injury. She has fallen from great heights onto solid concrete and walked away unharmed. Her bones are nearly unbreakable and her skin can withstand puncture even by bullets.
  • Super Strength: Fairchild has confronted and been able to hold her own against some of the strongest heroes and villains in the DC universe.

    Grunge (Percival Edmund "Eddie" Chang) 
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Can be very loud and obnoxious during fights.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: He's pretty smart when he actually makes some effort.
  • Elemental Shapeshifter: Is able to do this with his powers.
  • Genius Bruiser: Him being a Ditz is just a rouse, for he has his aforementioned photogenic memory. He hides because doesn't want anyone to think he is a nerd.
  • Healing Factor: One of his powers.
  • Photographic Memory: Grunge has this, but tends to keep this fact to himself for fear of being thought a nerd.
  • Power Copying: Grunge has the ability to molecularly bond with anything he comes in contact with. Once he bonds with an object he takes on its physical characteristics. For example, if he bonds with steel he gains increased strength and durability.
  • Super Strength
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: All or any part of his body can transform into stone, metal, or even gelatin. He has also demonstrated a limited ability to transform other people as well.

    Freefall (Roxanne "Roxie" Spaulding) 
  • Flight: Can do this with herself and others with her gravity powers.
  • Gravity Master: She has the ability to nullify or increase gravity, the former allowing her or others to levitate and the latter to make it impossible for an enemy to move.
  • Logical Weakness: This ability requires concentration, and is exhausting to maintain for long periods of time.

    Burnout (Robert "Bobby" Lane) 
  • Barrier Warrior: He can surround himself with an aura of protective flames to deflect physical attacks.
  • Clothing Damage: When not wearing his fireproof uniform, his clothes get burnt off by his powers.
  • Flying Firepower: He can super heat the air around him to create powerful thermal updrafts that lift him into the air.
  • Hand Wave: He can direct his flames into searing thermal energy blasts.
  • Playing with Fire: Burnout generates high-energy plasma that bursts into flame when exposed to oxygen.
  • Wreathed in Flames: His body is covered in flames when his powers activate.

    Rainmaker (Sarah Rainmaker) 
  • Blow You Away: Her air-control only affects wind strength and direction, so it cannot be used to create vacuums. She used this along with ambient dust and sand to create a blinding storm.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Sarah is skilled in apache-fighting. Sarah also has a natural aptitude for combat tactics.
  • Elemental Powers: Her ability allows her to control the elemental forces of nature that are Air and Water which gives her the abilities to fly by creating vertical gusts of wind, project lightning, create tidal waves of water and invoke rain.
  • Flight: Is capable of flying using her wind powers to create vertical gusts of wind.
  • Lipstick Lesbian: Bisexual technically, but still.
  • Magical Native American: A meta-human Native American. Her Weather Manipulation powers and her ancestry are clearly invoking this trope.
  • Making a Splash: Her water-control can be used to create precipitation or intensify any water currently present.
  • Morality Pet: Serves as this for Grunge when he gets a little hotheaded, though he often ignores her.
  • Shock and Awe: Her weather powers allow her to cast lightning.
  • Steven Ulysses Per Hero: Who would of thought a half-Native American girl named Rainmaker would have weather controlling abilities?
  • Weather Manipulation: Her powers allow her to do this.

    Silver Scarab (Jaime Reyes)
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When an alien scarab stuck itself to his spine, Jaime Reyes went from an average teenager to a super-powered crime fighter as the Silver Scarab.

  • Adaptational Name Change: Due to Ted Kord being alive, Jaime in E27 doesn't become Blue Beatle but instead is "Silver Scarab".
  • Adaptive Ability: He can adapt to who he's facing in battle accordingly.
  • Bad Powers, Good People: His scarab is a machine meant to destroy and conquer planets. Jaime uses it to be a superhero.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: He can transform his arm armor into blades, both for special moves and as his trait, remaining active in blade form for an extended period.
  • Clingy MacGuffin: If the scarab were to be removed, he'd die.
  • Color Animal Codename: Silver Scarab.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: He will slip into this sometimes. He is Hispanic and hails from Texas, so it makes sense.
  • How Do I Shot Web?: The Scarab has a Universal Translator function, a fact which Jaime does not realize until his team-mates and then the Scarab point it out to him. Later on, when dealing with a monster created by C.R.I.M.E., the Scarab didn't bother to tell Jaime it could communicate with the monster because it considered doing so to be a sign of weakness.
  • Super Power Lottery: The scarab is a Do-Anything Robot that gives him vast destructive power and a wide variety of abilities whenever he needs it. For example, he has Super Strength, Flight, Voluntary Shapeshifting, Arm Cannons, Adaptive Ability to his opponents, Nigh-Invulnerability, and much, much more.
  • Talking to Himself: How his arguments with the Scarab appear to others. This inevitably draws confusion from his team-mates, who don't seem to know that the Scarab is speaking to him.
  • Thunder Beetle: As Silver Scarab, Jaime wears a suit of scarab-themed Powered Armor and generally uses thunder and electricity powers.

    Kid Eternity (Kit)

Kid Eternity is a deceased teenager who can summon historical beings (and Demons) to the present.

  • Cool Shades: He wears red tinted glasses.
  • Dead Person Conversation: A common use of his powers.
  • Dead to Begin With: After drowning and dying before his set time the Lords of Chaos are able to get to him and make him a deal.
  • Mystical White Hair: as Kid Eternity his hair is white.
  • Summon Magic: Kid Eternity can summon the spirit of anyone he pleases. To do so he must call out think of their name or image and call out "Eternity" which summons the spirit in a bolt of lightning.

Class of 2014 - 2015

    Red Arrow (Connor Hawke)
See the Team Arrow page

    Arrowette II (Emiko Queen)
See the Team Arrow page

    Robin V (Damian Wayne)
See the The Bat Family page

    Static (Virgil Hawkins)
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A young black teenager from Dakota City. After his metagene is activated which gave him and other 'bang babies" superpowers as he gains the power to manipulate electricity and the ability to control electromagnetism. Static joined the Titans and continues to protect his city while serving on the team.

  • Badass Bookworm: He isn't the standard "Throw lightning at his enemy and hope for the best" sort. Static commonly uses his knowledge of physics to get the best and most versatile uses out of his powers.
  • Badass Longcoat: His signature spiffy black and blue trench coat.
  • Black and Nerdy: He's an student that's heavily into Comic Books/Superheroes and occasionally gets bullied around.
  • Braids of Action: His signature dreads.
  • Composite Character: Virgil's civilian appearance is based of his Young Justice appearance mix with his signature body suit and trench coat outfit along with his personality from Static Shock.
  • Cool Hat: Always wears a backwards blue cap.
  • Dreadlock Rasta: His regular hairstyle.
  • Electric Black Guy: Virgil is black and has electrical powers and seems to be capable of doing a fair bit more tricks with his electric powers though.
  • Geek: He is a Fanboy of comics, superheroes, video games, and heavily interested in the sciences.
  • Immune to Mind Control: Virgil is immune to mind control whether induced by a psychic, or by mechanical means. It apparently has something to do with the Electro-Magnetic field he produces.
  • Ironic Nickname: Static, ostensibly, refers to static electricity. It can also mean something fixed or stationary, lacking movement or vitality, or showing little change. Virgil is actually none of those things.
  • Shock and Awe: Electric blasts, static cling, all that stuff. Static manipulates electromagnetism. He commonly dips into Lightning Can Do Anything, which makes sense, considering it is one of the four fundamental forces. With enough control and creativity, there isn't much the electromagnetic force can't do.
  • Sky Surfing: He flies on objects like trash can lids and manhole covers. Though he eventually created his own personal flying disk.
  • Technopath: Static can capable of fixing or operating electronic devices through his electromagnetic manipulation. He can operate most devices just by touching, even if they are not plugged.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: He can't get wet while he's charged up, otherwise he'll "short out." Allegedly, his powers don't work on wood and rubber.

    Mister Marvel (Pedro Peña)
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One of Billy Batson's foster siblings. By uttering the name of the wizard Shazam, Pedro is granted the Strength of Hercules. As a result, he is Mister Marvel, with mister being a title of respect and courtesy.

  • Alliterative Name: Pedro Peña.
  • Badass Beard: Gains one as Mister Marvel.
  • Big Fun: He's chubby, goofy and kind.
  • The Big Guy: The tallest member of the Marvel Family. He's overweight, making him the largest of the kids and when he's transformed as Mister Marvel, he also has the largest muscles, and relies the most on super strength.
  • Foster Kid: Along with the rest of his siblings.
  • Gentle Giant: Pedro's a gentle who's also one who sticks up against bullies thanks to his bigger size.
  • Parental Abandonment: Pedro doesn't know what happened to the absence of his parents. They simply disappeared on day and left young Pedro alone in their apartment. Five year old Pedro was found days after his parents' disappearance by the landlord who had become concerned by Pedro's silence as the kid was actually a very fussy child. Pedro was found inside the apartment, malnourished and starving. He was quickly rushed to the hospital and was given to the Wisconsin Department of Human Services for placement.
  • The Quiet One: The most introverted of his siblings.
  • Super Strength: Pedro got the Strength of Hercules that grants him superhuman strength and given that Hercules can hold up the earth, that's a lot of strength. As Mister Marvel, Pedro can match heavy hitting power houses like Superman, Darkseid, or the Martian Manhunter.
  • Team Member in the Adaptation: Pedro isn't related to other hero groups besides the Marvel family in the comics, but here he's a member of the Titans alongside his adoptive siblings.

    Anima (Courtney Mason) 

    Immolation (Elissa MacKay) 

Class of 2015 - 2016

    Arclight (Natasha Irons)
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The niece of John Henry Irons a.k.a Steel, who like him she's a Gadgeteer Genius, also becoming a power-armor heroine called Arclight.

  • Adaptation Name Change: Rather than Starlight or becoming the second Steel, she takes the name of the lesser known character Arclight.
  • Artificial Limbs: Much like her Flashpoint incarnation, she replaced her right arm with an advanced prosthetic.
  • Bare Your Midriff: In her casual clothes.
  • Class Representative: She's the class leader of the 2015-2016 generation.
  • Dark-Skinned Redhead: Has auburn hair and dark skin.
  • Drop the Hammer: Just like her uncle she wields a hammer. The hammer can also store the energy it has gathered along its flight path within the kinetic field and release it on contact with a target (on command), even if its flight is interrupted by a command.
  • Energy Absorption: While the armour's main power source was an array of solar cells, it was also able to absorb heat and electricity to replenish its energy reserves.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: She's actually better than her uncle at incorporating new technology into her suit (albeit if the integrations are for entertainment rather than practical purposes).
  • Honorary True Companion: Like her uncle, she's an honorary member of the House of El.
  • Interspecies Friendship: She gets along really well with the robot Kelex, who even gave one of its spare appendages to design Natasha's new arm.
  • Like Brother and Sister: Has this relationship with Hiro Okamura.
  • Official Couple: With Traci Thirteen.
  • Power Trio: Has one with her girlfriend Traci and best friend Mia Kent.
  • Statuesque Stunner: At 5'11"/180cm tall, she might be shorter than her uncle, but certainly an attractive lady.

    Traci Thirteen / Girl 13 (Traci Bandyopadhyay)
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An Homo Magi heroine who uses "urban magic" to fight crime in Metropolis and she's the girlfriend of Arclight.

  • 13 Is Unlucky
  • Adaptation Name Change: Her last name Thirteen was changed to Bandyopadhyay. In order to avoid difficulty to pronounce her last name, they simply call her Traci Thirteen since Bandyopadhyay has thirteen letters.
  • Alliterative Name: Traci Thirteen.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Both her regular clothes and her costume show the midsection.
  • Barrier Warrior: Traci can create protective circles and force shields. However, these spells can be broken by an attacker.
  • Familiar: She has a Familiar iguana called LeRoy.
  • Hand Blast: A blast of magic which, at its higher levels, is capable of tearing a hole through pavement.
  • Incompatible Orientation: She dated Jaime Reyes until she realized she was a lesbian. The two remain good friends.
  • Logical Weakness: Some of Traci's spells require a verbal or material component to cast. However, even if a spell has no obvious components, she still needs to concentrate when casting it.
  • Magical Girl: Traci inherited her magical abilities from her mother. Her specialty is city magic, tapping into the knowledge and power of cities.
  • Meaningful Name: Her last name, Bandyopadhyay is an etymology is from the name of the village of Bandoghat combined with upadhaya which means "instructor, priest".
  • Official Couple: With Natasha Irons.
  • Power Trio: Has formed one with her girlfriend Natasha and her friend Mia Kent.

    Supergirl II (Mia Kent/ Cir-El)
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Cir-El is the Kryptonian/Human hybrid clone of Superman and Lois Lane programed and created by Brainiac under his machinations giving her fake memories believing her as the daughter of Clark Kent and Lois Lane sent from the future.

  • Ambiguously Bi: Cir-El's sexual orentation is not "straight" but leans in "bi" due to being friends with Natasha Irons and Traci Thirteen and has close relationship with Damian Wayne.
  • Bare Your Midriff: In her civilian clothes.
  • Bash Brothers: With Conner.
  • Boyish Short Hair: She has short hair.
  • Break the Cutie: Her reaction to installed alien virus on her body caused by Brainiac.
  • Clark Kenting: Subverted. Mia unlike his father, her aunt Kara and siblings she does not wear glasses like them. But her messy short hair turns into normal short hair as Mia Kent.
  • Cloning Blues: She's clone of Superman and Lois Lane created by Brainiac and Cadmus. Brainiac used combination with virtual reality and telepathic memory insertion techniques, to "program" Mia with artificial memories and give her a solid comprehensive improvisation instinct to fill in the gaps; but due to her suppressed self-awareness of where she came from, Brainiac had to omit informing her of Superboy's origins or risk having Mia’s mind buck the intricately deceptive false memories.
  • Costume Evolution: She wore the red and blue leotard suit to now the black leotard suit.
  • Daddy's Girl: She's very close with her father.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Her Second Costume is black, but undoubtedly remains as a heroine.
  • Go Mad from the Revelation: When it is revealed she was created by Brainiac via Kryptonian and human DNA onto the body of Mia with fake memories added. And the reveal that Brainiac installed an alien disease introduced into her system from the beginning and discovering that she wasn't likely to survive to see adulthood.
  • Gone Horribly Right: Brainiac sought to create a clone of Superman as a weapon, and he succeeded so well in regards to the former defied him and side with her father.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: She's a Half-human kryptonian.
  • Happily Adopted: With Clark and Lois.
  • Kryptonite Factor: Like her father she's vulnerable to Kryptonite and magic.
  • Legacy Character: Second carrier of the Supergirl mantle after Kara becomes Power Girl.
  • Leotard of Power: She wears a black leotard.
  • Power Trio: Has one with her best friends Natasha Irons and Traci Thirteen called the "Super Gals".
  • Secret Identity: Mia Kent.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Cir-El is the "Sugar," Mia is the "Ice."
  • Superpower Lottery: She is a Half-Human Kryptonian but she is still powerful. She is a Flying Brick (she has Super Strength, Super Speed, Nigh-Invulnerability and Flight).
  • Unwitting Pawn: Of Brainiac.

    Red Devil (Eddie Bloomberg)
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    Lightning (Jennifer Pierce)
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Jennifer Pierce is the daughter of Black Lightning, and young sister of the Outsiders member Thunder. She has absolute control of the electricity, but she can't interact with anything electrical.

  • Action Girl: Just as much a badass as her dad and her big sister.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: She has light blue skin when she's in her Lightning form.
  • Badass Family: Her father is Black Lightning and her uncle is Green Lantern.
  • Mundane Utility: Sometimes other Titans ask her to charge their phones.
  • Shock and Awe: Just like her father and sister. Lightning is capable of controlling electricity.
  • Walking Techbane: Justified. Lightning's control over her powers isn't perfect yet, and she often shorts out electrical equipment when she touches it.

    Sprout (Tefé Holland)
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    Zachary Zatara
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Class of 2016 - 2017

     Miss Quick (Jessica "Jessie" Allen)
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The daughter of Barry Allen and Iris West, and older twin sister of Bart Allen. She inherited her father's powers - super speed and super strength. All her life Jesse has felt pressure to live up to her parents' legacy. Jessie didn't want to argue with Bart over the name Kid Flash so she took on a name unique to herself: "Miss Quick".

  • Adaptation Name Change: She's Miss Quick in Earth-27 rather than Jesse Quick as a Real Name as an Alias or Liberty Belle.
  • Bare Your Midriff: In her casual clothes.
  • Brought to You by the Letter "S": She has a big "Q" on her chest.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: Jessie doesn't hesitate to call her father out on his mistakes.
  • Class Representative: She's the class leader of the 2016 generation of Titans.
  • Composite Character: She's a composite of Dawn Allen of the Tornado Twins and Jessica Chambers/Jesse Quick.
  • Cool Big Sis: Act this way towards her younger fraternal twin brother Bart.
  • Cute Bruiser: Jessie is a cute, young woman and a badass speedster.
  • Dead Guy Junior: Jessie's middle Nora named after her paternal grandmother.
  • Fragile Speedster: She's faster than Bart but she's far more vulnerable.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: At first, before she got more into superheroics.
  • In the Blood: Her appearance may have favored Barry, with her blonde hair and blue eyes, but she had more of her mother's determination and focus.
  • Pop-Cultured Badass:
    • Jessie had always enjoyed reading and writing. Though she is a big fan of mystery, she also enjoys historical nonfiction.
    • As she grew older and developed a more open mind, she gave her father's comic books and graphic novels a shot. She has dismissed them on the principle that Bart enjoyed them, even the ones written by Jay Garrick, but once she began to read them, She realized her error. She is an avid collector now.
  • Rapid Aging: When she and Bart were born in a very special pregnancy gestating inside their mother in just matter in weeks. Their birth was only possible due to the discovery that their mother Iris was Speed Force conduit.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's the daughter of Barry Allen and older sister of Bart Allen in this universe.
  • Sibling Team: With Bart.
  • The Smart Girl: Easily the smartest member of the Class 2016 Titans.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Jessie inherited her father's blonde hair and blue eyes.
  • Super Speed: Inherited from her dad, She eventually learned to use her powers without it, like her father did.

    Kid Flash II (Bart Allen)
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The son of Bart Allen and Iris West, and younger twin brother of Jessie Allen. Like her sister, he too inherited the power of his father. When Wally decided to become solo and gave the "Kid Flash" to Bart and he accepted it. He was the one to who give Wally the "Impulse" name.

  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Due to his incredible super speed, it's hard for anything to hold onto his attention for very long since things are always seem to be moving in slow motion relative to him. The only exceptions seem to be video games, food, and superheroics.
  • Big Eater: Unless it's raw seafood, he'll eat it, no questions asked.
  • Brainy Brunette: He's actually quite smart, even disregarding the photographic memory, it's simply that he has the attention span of a goldfish, his thought processes are unlike anyone else's, and he just plain hates schoolwork.
  • Brother–Sister Team: With Jesse.
  • Brutal Honesty / Bad Liar: This gets him into trouble more often than not, and when it is truthful, his Cloudcuckoolander tendencies often lead to said situation/s becoming a Cassandra Truth.
  • Composite Character: Bart is a composite of Bart Allen and his father Donald Allen of the Tornado Twins in the comics.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Low-key, since he prefers to be straightforward about what he says, but when it's there, you can't miss it.
  • Fiery Redhead: He definitely wears his heart on his sleeve.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: He's the most selfless speedster you may ever meet. Not even his "saint" father could hold a candle.
  • Legacy Character: Bart inherited the Kid Flash after Wally becomes Impulse.
  • Naughty Is Good: Bart is very much a Nice Guy, but he's mischievous, impatient, and a thrill-seeker by nature, causing him to start trouble when he runs off in search of something to do.
  • Rapid Aging: When he and Jessie were born in a very special pregnancy gestating inside their mother in just matter in weeks. Their birth was only possible due to the discovery that their mother Iris was Speed Force conduit.
  • Related Differently in the Adaptation: Bart is Barry's son rather than his grandson from the future, as Time Travel doesn't exist in Earth 27.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: There is a disproportionate number of redheads in the West family like his mother Iris and cousin Wally.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Bart inherited his mother's red hair and green eyes.
  • Super Reflexes: Because he has super speed, he can react very quickly.
  • Super Speed: As part of his Heroic Lineage as a member of the Flash family.
  • Super-Speed Reading: Capable of doing this and remembering it all.

    Batgirl V (Carrie Kelley)
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    Speedy III (Mia Dearden)
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    Toymaster (Hiro Okamura) 
  • Asian and Nerdy: He's teenage mechanical genius from Japan.
  • The Engineer: He is an excellent engineer able to fix most machinery, most giant robots and computer hardware.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He is a noted genius who has shown to be able to create many technological advances which is whimsically inspired by many anime, manga, and super hero influences. He is easily one of the top mortal minds on the planet. With one of the highest IQ's reported on the planet; Toymaster specializes in physics, robotics, cybernetics, genetics, weapons technology, biochemistry, and computer programming.
  • Good Counterpart: He's the heroic version of Toyman, a villain of Superman.
  • Like Brother and Sister: He and Natasha Irons have a sibling-like rivalry.

    Plastic Lad (Patrick Dibny) 
  • Composite Character: Patrick Dibny is a composite of Eel O’Brien and his son Luke a.k.a Offspring. He was also changed to be the son of Ralph and Sue Dibny.
  • Healing Factor: He is able to regenerate and/or assimilate lost or damaged tissue, though it does take a long time, its far faster than an ordinary human.
  • Legacy Character: Son of Ralph & Sue Dibny.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Patrick O'Brian in Earth 27 is called Patrick Dibny here, as he's the son of Ralph & Sue Dibny.
  • Rubber Man: Patrick inherited the elastic powers of his parents. He can stretch his limbs and body to superhuman lengths and sizes. There is no known limit to how far he can stretch his body.
  • Shapeshifter Weapon: Patrick can turn into pretty much ANYTHING he can think of, and he can alter his density to be as malleable or as hard as he wants. If he turns his hand into a sledgehammer, he can explode your head with one swing.

    Miss Marvel (Darla Dudley)
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One of Billy Batson's foster siblings and the youngest of Vasquez family. By uttering the name of the wizard Shazam, Darla is granted the Speed of Mercury. As a result, she is Miss Marvel, as she is the youngest of the six foster siblings.

  • Alliterative Name: Darla Dudley.
  • The Baby of the Bunch: The Youngest of the Marvel Family.
  • Badass Adorable: Retains her bright and sweet sunshine personality even in her formidable adult "Marvel" form.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Her superhero form is clad in purple.
  • The Cutie: She's adorable, sweet and cheerful.
  • Death by Childbirth: Her mother Carla Dudley, a beautiful young college basketball starlet who became pregnant during her junior year of college. That following summer, Carla became ill immediately after the delivery of a healthy baby girl. Carla's midwife could not contain the bleeding. Neither the midwife of Carla herself knew she had von Willebrand disease, a blood clotting disorder. By the time the midwife called an ambulance, little could be done for Carla who had lost too much blood.
  • Foster Kid: Along with the rest of her siblings.
  • Ill Girl: Growing up, Darla was a gifted athlete. She had her mother's speed, reflexes, and drive; unfortunately, she also had her mother's bleeding disorder. This made Carl extremely protective of her and he would go out of his way to make certain she was safe.
  • Motor Mouth: She's described as speaking a lot when she wants to avoid being distressed. She's really effective at it...
  • Named by the Adaptation: Her hero name is Miss Marvel. Roy originally want to call her Agent Marvel despite that Darla shares the name of two certain heroines from Marvel Comics.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Her costume.
  • Super Speed: Mercury grants Darla super-speed that can rival the likes of Superman and the Flash. She's the fastest of the Marvel Family. She primarily uses this power when Billy shares his powers with his siblings.
  • Team Member in the Adaptation: Darla isn't related to other hero groups besides the Marvel family, but here she's a member of the Titans alongside her adopted siblings.

Unassigned Members

    Halcyon (Kole Weathers) 
  • Composite Character: Kole Weathers receives the codename of lesser known character Hadya, who went by the alias of Halcyon.
  • Flight: Kole had the ability to fly, but it is unclear whether this also comes from the experiments which gave her her powers, or granted to her during her tenure as Thia's slave. Kole even transported herself on a crystal carpet.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: The Tiny Girl to Gnaark's Huge Guy share this dynamic.
  • Spin to Deflect Stuff : Kole had the power to "spin" crystal, which was used to create silicon crystal into independent masses. Anything from a crystal sculpture to a safety slide. She was known to encase people in crystal, effectively immobilizing them.

    Cave Boy (Gnaark) 
  • Contemporary Caveman: Gnarrk was a time displaced Neanderthal stranded in the present. Through love and telepathic communication, Kole teaches him human language and customs.
  • Cultured Badass: After his crash course in modern culture, he becomes obsessed with acting like a civilized man, up to using a much fancier and more formal vocabulary than any of the other Titans and even refusing to use his enhanced strength unless in an emergency.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: The Huge Guy to Kole's Tiny Girl as both share this dynamic.
  • Noble Savage: Starts out as this, having a good heart but being unable to communicate much with anyone other than Kole.
  • Telepathy: As a side-effect of being fused with the meteor rock, Gnarrk developed a psychic rapport with Kole Weathers.

    Little Barda (Avia Free) 
  • Composite Character: The daughter of Big Barda and Mr. Miracle is combined with the unrelated New God Little Barda, a short lived member of the Titans.
  • Dead Guy Junior: Named after her long dead biological grandmother Avia.

Honorary Members

    Baby Wildebeest 
  • Beast Man: Wildebeest is a genetically created mammalian humanoid. As such he has a very unique physiology.
  • Sizeshifter: Baby Wildebeest was a genetically born baby grown in a lab and cultured to be the perfect solider for the Wildebeest Society. He was the only one of the test subjects that had a perfect outcome to their tests and enhances.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: His infamous death in Infinite Crisis by Superboy Prime does not happen here.
  • Super Strength: Wildebeest in no matter what form he is, Baby or Adult has exhibited superhuman strength such has being able to overpower Beast Boy in his many strength enhanced forms as well as crushing cars and breaking down walls and doors.




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