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New Warriors Vol. 1

Founding New Warriors

    Night Thrasher 

Dwayne Michael Taylor / Night Thrasher

Nationality: American

Species: Human

First Appearance: Mighty Thor #411 (December, 1989)


Kid Nova/Nova (Richard Rider)

See Richard Rider's entry in Marvel Comics: Nova Corps for more info.


Angelica Jones / Firestar

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #193 (May, 1985)

As a young mutant, Angelica was recruited by Emma Frost soon after her powers manifested. However, after being manipulated by fellow Hellion Empath and learning that the White Queen was training her into an assassin, Angelica struck out on her own and became a superhero. She spent years as a member of both the New Warriors and the Avengers, retired during the Civil War, and later joined the Young Allies. Although her experiences with Emma Frost led her to distance herself from the mutant community, she did briefly join the X-Men while teaching physics at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.

After the founding of the mutant nation of Krakoa, Angelica was one of the few mutants who did not relocate to the island nation and maintained her distance, in no small part due to Emma Frost's presence on the ruling Quiet Council and the distrust many mutants held towards Firestar for being a Avenger.

  • Adaptational Superpower Change: In Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, she can control heat in any form. When she was brought into the comics, her powers were changed to the ability to manipulating microwave radiation.
  • Ambiguously Absent Parent: Angelica's grandmother mentions in the first issue of Angelica's first solo series that she "lost" her mother, but the meaning of this is never clarified.
  • Berserk Button: Being around Emma Frost is a good way to get Angelica pissed off after what Emma did to her. By the time Angelica has joined the X-Men officially, she passive aggressively makes it clear she still thinks Emma's a monster even if Emma wants to atone for her actions.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Firestar is the nicest girl of the group, but if any loved one or friend is threatened, she becomes fearsome.
  • Break the Cutie: Her two years under Emma's tutelage were extremely traumatic, as the White Queen brainwashed her, made her believe her powers were out of control and could kill those around her in an effort to isolate her, and tricked her into thinking she was responsible for killing her favorite horse at the academy's stables.
  • Canon Immigrant: She first appeared in the Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends TV series before making her way into the comics continuity.
  • Combo Platter Powers: Flight, microwave generation/manipulation/emission/immunity, psychic resistance, and the ability to see electromagnetic transmissions by broadcast systems.
  • Cursed with Awesome: Originally, her powers would have made her sterile if she overused them. This was fixed by Hank Pym after she joined the Avengers.
  • Double Agent: Is currently working as a double agent for Jean Grey and the X-men. Jean asked her to pose as a member of Orchis, after using her telepathy to make one of their higher-ups believe Firestar's been feeding him info all along.
  • Fiery Redhead: Angelica is a rather rare subversion. She's rather calm and reserved most of the time. However, when she was dealing with pent up stress, it did tend to come out all at once.
  • First Kiss: Shared hers with Sam Guthrie at a dance. Sadly, this was another part of Emma Frost's manipulation of her, with the White Queen having mentally encouraged them before psychically interrupting the kiss by declaring that Angelica was putting Sam's life at risk due to her powers.
  • Flying Firepower: Her powers are based on microwave manipulation, and she can fly.
  • Mutants: Her origin story.
  • Naïve Everygirl: When first introduced Angelica was naive and did not have any friends due to constantly moving. She quickly became a target for bullies at her new school and manifested her powers. Sadly, Emma Frost reached her just before Xavier did and spent nearly three years manipulating her in an effort to create a new assassin for the Hellfire Club, all while Angelica believed that Emma was her only true friend and cared for her wellbeing.
  • Navel-Deep Neckline: When she first joined the Avengers, Janet designed a new costume for her that had a v-shaped neckline that ended on her midriff. Angelica did not like it, not only because she preferred her more modest look, but just due to the general idea of the Avengers telling her how to dress. She later wore the costume but covered up that area with a black leotard.
  • Playing with Fire: Not exactly. Her powers are microwave-based and she absorbs electromagnetic energy to convert into microwaves that are superheated and produce a burning effect.
  • Power Incontinence: Despite fixing the sterility problem, her powers caused another problem - breast cancer.
  • Required Secondary Powers: Averted; she doesn't have the secondary powers need to protect herself, hence why she's so reluctant to use her powers. Hank Pym later helped her with this.


Vance Astrovik / Marvel Boy /Justice

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: Marvel Super-Heroes #18 (October, 1968)

  • Abusive Parents: Arnold Astrovik, his father who beat him due to his son being a mutant. He also beat Vance’s mother. Eventually, Vance hits back with his telekinesis, which causes Arnold's death.
  • A Father to His Men: When Justice takes his leadership role for the New Warriors, he cares too deeply about his friends and younger teammates. At one time when Speedball "died", it affected him emotionally in one of the old New Warriors issues.
  • Alternate Self: Has one in the form of Vance Astro, a.k.a. Major Victory, leader of the classic Guardians of the Galaxy.
  • Ambiguously Jewish: Justice is half-Jewish, but it took many issues to mention and prove his Jewish background.
  • Ascended Fanboy: When Justice joined the Avengers, he spent most of his tenure either fanboying over getting to work with A-listers like Captain America, or berating himself over not measuring up to his childhood idols.
  • Big Brother Mentor: Towards the younger New Warrior members.
  • The Cape: Very much The Cape, he's very devoted to law and order, fights For Great Justice and is charismatic in his helping people.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: Refuses to be sprung from jail when he's convicted of manslaughter for accidentally killing his father in self-defense. "I believe in the system, so I'm going to abide by it. Just because I have powers which would make it tempting to ignore the law — doesn't give me the right to."
  • In-Series Nickname: "Super-Tights" by Nova.
  • Legacy Character: To his alternate reality self Vance Astro.
    • Timey-Wimey Ball: Because the classic incarnation of the Guardians of the Galaxy are honorary Avengers, Vance is the only member of the Avengers to be on the roster twice as the same person.
  • Mind over Matter: He's not the physical type and thus relies heavily on his telekinesis, which can perform spectacular feats like flight, applying of pressure to anything, carrying people with him, and levitating objects with his mind.
  • The Mole: He infiltrated the Upstarts to take them down from within under orders from Night Thrasher.
  • Mutants: His origin story.
  • My Greatest Failure: In Avengers: The Initiative, when the young recruit MVP died in the botched training; Justice was wrecked with guilt as he was responsible for recruiting him to Camp Hammond.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: After MVP's death, he got so fed up of the corruption and incompetence of the adults in Camp Hammond that he left the camp and formed his own team, composed of former New Warrior members acting as whistle-blowers calling themselves 'Counter Force' in Avengers: The Initiative. Unfortunately, they helped Norman Osborn's rise to power in the process.
  • Something Person: Marvel Boy.
  • Took a Level in Badass: After doing a stint in the Vault for accidentally killing his father with his powers, Marvel Boy matured emotionally and learned to control his powers. This would eventually lead to him changing his name to Justice and leading the New Warriors.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Was a former professional wrestler in the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation.


Namorita "Nita" Prentiss / Kymaera

Nationality: Atlantean

Species: Half human mutant / half Atlantean

First Appearance: Sub-Mariner #50 (March, 1972)

See Namorita's entry in Sub-Mariner for more info.


Robert "Robbie" Baldwin / Speedball / Penance
Click here to see as Penance 

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutate

First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #22 (May, 1988)

Created by Steve Ditko, Robert "Robbie" Baldwin was just your average fun-loving teenager before getting caught in a freak lab accident that granted him kinetic-based superpowers. Calling himself Speedball, he became a teen crimefighter in the view of one of Ditko's more famous characters. He would go on to be one of the founding members of the New Warriors.

However, the good times were not to last. During the filming of a reality show in Stanford, Connecticut, the New Warriors, in a battle with the villain Nitro, accidentally caused the deaths of over 600 innocent civilians, inadvertently kicking off the Civil War. As the only survivor of the accident, Robbie was blamed by the public for what happened and was sent to prison.

Suffering from severe PTSD, and having lost control of his powers, Robbie fell into a depression and took to cutting himself (the only way he could still tap into his powers). Having sunk to his lowest point, he was contacted by Norman Osborn, then leader of the Thunderbolts who gave him an ultimatum: join the team, or rot in jail. Taking the offer, Robbie dropped himself in a new suit and took the name Penance.

  • Always Late: In the original comic book, Speedball was habitually late to team gatherings. It didn't help that the others lived around NYC while he lived in Connecticut.
  • The Atoner: He becomes Speedball again and joins the Avengers, as an instructor at Avengers Academy, trying to give the students the proper guidance they need so that nothing like Stamford will ever happen again. He still has some issues to work through though (such as cutting himself).
  • Barrier Warrior: As Speedball. As Penance, he is...
  • The Berserker: As Penance, in contrast to Speedball, who the Barrier Warrior.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: In his Speedball persona, he may look ridiculous with his costume, powers, and attitude, but he has proven himself a badass at times. When Hummingbird reads his mind in New Warriors Vol. 5 (when he's apparently back in full Fun Personified mode), she sees the deadly serious Penance persona warning her never to do that again.
  • Big Guy, Little Guy: He was the little guy to Rage's big guy.
  • Bouncing Battler: Speedball could create a kinetic force field around himself that allowed him to bounce off obstacles at great speed, which he'd then use to knock out opponents with twice the force.
  • Break the Comedian: Previously the goofy, fun-loving leader of the New Warriors, the disastrous clash with Nitro and the ensuing death of his team (plus six hundred civilians) and all the traumas that follow, Speedball loses all traces of his humor and becomes the tortured antihero Penance. After a period spent in Penance's iron maiden-like suit, he finally recovers by forcing Nitro into the agonizing costume and arrests him, then adopts the cheerful persona of Speedball again.
  • Character Development: After becoming Penance as a harmful way of dealing with his grief, Robbie begins his tenure on the Thunderbolts as a sniveling wreck, nearly unable to even function, let alone be an asset on missions. Over the course of the run, he goes to a shrink and learns how to deal with his grief in a productive way, finally tearing down the mental blocks he had created preventing him from using his powers. By the time he has left the Thunderbolts (after Osborn is dethroned), he is back to his old self again. He manages to track down the one truly responsible for the Stanford disaster, Nitro, and forces him to wear the Penance suit as punishment for his crimes. While this does provide some karmic retribution, it does little to alleviate Robbie's grief, further reinforcing the message that the Darker and Edgier approach won't actually solve his problems, and only time and self-healing will.
  • Darker and Edgier: As Penance, to an almost ridiculous extreme.
  • Death by Adaptation: The novelization of Civil War sees him die alongside his teammates during the Stamford incident instead of becoming Penance.
  • Depending on the Writer: Warren Ellis depicted him as a quiet, almost entirely shattered wreck. When Jenkins did him for a one-shot during Ellis' run, he wrote Robbie as just being apathetic and kind of ditzy.
  • Fun Personified: Used to be this, until the Stamford incident. After a brief flirtation with Darker and Edgier, he seemed to bounce back entirely in the 2014 series, but it was quickly revealed that it was a mask, he was a Stepford Smiler/Sad Clown, and the deadly serious Penance persona was still underneath.
  • Hand Blast: His powers as Penance, which would only work if he was in pain, leading him to various forms of Self-Harm.
  • Henshin Hero: Robbie Baldwin transformed into Speedball whenever he absorbed any impact.
  • In-Series Nickname: Because Robbie Baldwin has a short and scrawny physique, he is known as "Toothpick" by Nova (Richard Rider).
  • Meaningful Rename: Speedball to Penance, but after he finds Nitro, forces him to wear the Penance suit for his crimes, and has him arrested he's back to Speedball.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: After the Stamford incident, courtesy of Civil War, Speedball adopted the Darker and Edgier costume and outlook of Penance, blaming himself for the incident and becoming a psychological trainwreck. Later though, he gets better to an extent.
  • One-Steve Limit: Generation X had a team member named Penance who came and went long before Robbie took the name.
  • Power Echoes: When Robbie turns into Speedball, his voice echoes, befitting the kinetic nature of his powers.
  • Pretty Boy: An The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl variant cover portrays him as this.
  • Psychoactive Powers: Revealed in the Warren Ellis run; after the Stamford disaster, Robbie discovered his powers had changed and now only worked when he was in pain. Cue the iron maiden styled combat suit. Except, Doc Samson pointed out that people who cut themselves process pain abnormally; the adrenaline rush of self-mutilation triggers an endorphin reaction, in effect making them high. Thus, his powers have the same trigger as always; he can't use them unless he's happy. As the Fun Personified character he had been before Civil War, it makes some sense that this had previously not been noticed. Discovering this helps him start overcoming his depression.
  • The Quiet One: In stark contrast to his previous jokester attitude, Penance rarely ever speaks.
  • Reset Button: By the end of Dark Reign, he is back to his Speedball persona. Considering how poorly his change to Penance was received, this was probably for the best. See Character Development above.
  • Sad Clown: Behind the comedic Speedball persona, Robbie Baldwin is coping with his dysfunctional family background and recently the burden of his guilt from the Stamford incident.
  • Self-Harm: Part of the fallout from the Stamford incident was him picking up this habit, with this Penance suit actually being powered by it. Even after he goes back to being Speedball he still does this to cope with his feelings of guilt.
  • Ship Tease: He's apparently the object of affection for both Hummingbird and Squirrel Girl. He's apparently humored Squirrel Girl's crush to some extent based on the note he left on an autographed picture for her in her own series, and in volume 5, asks Kaine if Hummingbird said anything about him - though the context makes it more likely he was asking if Hummingbird had revealed his still present darker side. Kaine is less than amused by both the question and Robbie's insistence on asking in the middle of a battle with High Evolutionary.
  • Superhero Sobriquets: Speedball “The Masked Marvel”
  • There Are No Therapists: Averted, though not through lack of trying. Doc Samson is hired by Norman Osborn and assigned as Robbie's shrink, but only so as to fake his psych evaluation. Unfortunately for Osborn, Samson actually cared about Robbie's condition. He worked with Robbie for several months helping him come to terms with his grief, and helped him regain his Speedball powers (the latter of which he kept hidden from Osborn, hoping that Robbie would use his newfound confidence and returned abilities to undermine Osborn's schemes).
  • Traumatic Superpower Awakening: How Robbie Baldwin got his Penance powers. Basically, after he had survived the explosion but seemingly lost his Speedball powers, Robbie spent many days tormented in prison until the Penance powers came to life when he had a near-death experience from being shot on the way to court.
  • You Fight Like a Cow: Every time Speedball fights against the foes, he always jokes and blabbers away.
  • Younger Than They Look: Speedball was about 15 when he joined the New Warriors, he looked like he was at least 18 or early 20s when he was in his superhero persona. When Chord told Speedball to drop his superhero stint and go undercover, he transformed back to the short, scrawny Robbie Baldwin much to the surprise of his teammates in the early issues. After joining the Thunderbolts, while he is over 18, due to the trauma he experienced in the months leading up to his transformation into Penance, he looks at least 10 years older.

New Warriors

    Silhouette Chord 

Silhouette Chord

Nationality: American / Cambodian

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: New Warriors #2 (June, 1990)

  • Blue Is Heroic: Her suit is completely blue.
  • Cane Fu: Wields a dark cane.
  • Casting a Shadow: Silhouette is able to manipulate Darkforce, but on a more limited level than most other Darkforce wielders in the Marvel Universe.
  • Combo Platter Powers: Has enhanced speed, strength, agility, sensory perception, and shadow powers.
  • Handicapped Badass: Silhouette's leg are crippled, but that's never prevented her from beating ass. She even had her boyfriend Night Thrasher build a bunch of weapons into her braces.
  • Living Shadow: Can become one where she can teleport short distances. It also allows her to turn intangible.
  • Token Minority Couple: First with Night Thrasher then with Bandit.
  • Twofer Token Minority: Half-black, half-Cambodian, female, and fought crime on crutches.


Elvin Haliday / Rage
See The Avengers for more info.


Darkhawk (Christopher Powell)

See Darkhawk for more info.


Turbo (Michiko "Mickey" Musashi and Michael "Mike" Jeffries)
Michiko Musashi

Nationality: American

Species: Human

First Appearance: New Warriors #28 (August, 1992)


Carlton LaFroyge / Hindsight Lad/Hindsight

Nationality: American

Species: Human

First Appearance: New Warriors Annual #3 (March, 1993)


Dagger (Tandy Bowen)

See Cloak and Dagger (Marvel Comics) for more info.


Alexander "Alex" Power / Powerpax / Powerhouse

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutate

First Appearance: Power Pack #1 (May, 1984)

See Power Pack for more info.


Donyell Taylor / Bandit / Night Thrasher

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: Night Thrasher #3 (August, 1993)

    Speedball II 

Darrion Grobe / Speedball II

Nationality: American

Species: Human

First Appearance: New Warriors #50 (June, 1994)

  • Henshin Hero: Transformed into Speedball whenever he absorbed any impact.
  • Legacy Character: Of his ancestor Robbie Baldwin.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Replaced Robbie after he was transported to the dimension his powers derive from. The other Warriors thought they were the same person for a while.

    Scarlet Spider 

Scarlet Spider (Ben Reilly)

See Ben Reilly's entry in Marvel Comics: Scarlet Spider for more info.


Rafael Carago / Helix

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: Spider-Man: Maximum Clonage Alpha #1 (June, 1995)

  • Adaptive Ability: Helix is a reactive adaptoid. He can instinctively recode his DNA in response to threatening outside stimuli, undergoing millions of years of evolution in mere moments.


Rina Patel / Timeslip

Nationality: Indian

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: New Warriors #59 (March, 1995)

Retroactively joined after the comic ended.


Steven Winsor McCay Harmon / Slapstick

Nationality: American

Species: Altered Human

First Appearance: Slapstick #1 (September, 1992)

    Ultra Girl 

Susanna Lauren "Suzy" Sherman/Tsu-Zana / Ultra Girl

Nationality: American

Species: Human / Kree mutant

First Appearance: Ultragirl #1(November, 1996)

New Warriors Vol. 2

New Warriors Team


Christopher "Chris" Bradley / Bolt / Maverick

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: X-Men Unlimited #8 (August, 1995)

  • Came Back Wrong: One of the many mutants reanimated by Selene during the Necrosha story arc.
  • Killed Off for Real: Sadly killed by his own mentor (as Agent Zero) as he worked undercover in a terrorist organization.
  • Legacy Character: When his mentor Maverick disappeared and was believed dead, Bolt took the Maverick alias for himself.
  • Mutants: Like his mentor, he's also a mutant.


Trey Jason Rollins / Aegis

Nationality: American

Species: Human

First Appearance: New Warriors (Vol. 2) #0 (June, 1999)

  • Dreadlock Warrior: His hairstyle is full of dreadlocks.
  • Energy Absorption: The breastplate can magically protect Rollins from any form of harm, by absorbing energy attacks or acting as a force field.
  • Forged by the Gods: The breastplate which was given to him by Athena.

New Warriors Vol. 3

New Warriors


Zachary Smith Jr. / Microbe

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: New Warriors (Vol. 3) #1 (June, 2005)


Deborah Fields / Debrii

Nationality: American

Species: Unknown

First Appearance: New Warriors (Vol. 3) #4 (September, 2005)

  • Afro Asskicker: Has an afro and she can kick ass.
  • Executive Meddling: In-Universe, her inclusion on the team was a result of this during the New Warriors reality show era.
  • Mind over Matter: She is able to move masses of small objects at will and is capable of manipulating a great mass of her attracted "debris" at one time.

New Warriors Vol. 4

New Warriors (Night Thrasher II's Team)


Wondra (Jubilation Lee)

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #244 (January, 1989)

See Marvel Comics: Jubilee for more info.


Barnell "Barry" Bohusk / Blackwing

Nationality: Netherlands

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: New X-Men #117 (October, 2001)

See Beak's entry in X-Men: 2000s Members for more info.


Jonothon "Jono" Evan Starsmore / Decibel

Nationality: British

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: Generation X #1 (September, 1994)

See Chamber's entry in Generation X for more info.


Angel Salvadore Bohusk / Tempest

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: New X-Men #118 (November, 2001)

See Angel Salvatore's entry in X-Men: 2000s Members for more info.


Ripcord (Miranda Leevald)

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #399 (November, 2001)

See Stacy X's entry in X-Men: 2000s Members for more info.


Vincent "Vin" Stewart / Redneck / Skybolt

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: New X-Men #126 (July, 2002)


Christian Cord / Radian / Phaser

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: New X-Men #126 (July, 2002)

  • De-power: Lost his mutant powers on M-Day.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Formally known as Radian of the Omega Gang at the Xavier Institute.


Christine Cord / Tattoo / Longstrike

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: New X-Men #126 (July, 2002)


Sofia Mantega / Renascence

Nationality: Venezuelan

Species: Human mutant

First Appearance: New Mutants (Vol. 2) #1 (May, 2003)

See Wind Dancer's entry in New X-Men: Academy X for more info.

Counter Force/New Warriors/Avengers Resistance

    The Scarlet Spiders 

The Scarlet Spiders (Michael and Patrick)

  • Wall Crawl: Being spider-people, they can climb walls.


Tigra (Greer Grant-Nelson)

See The Avengers for more info.


Joseph Green / Gauntlet

Nationality: American

Species: Human cyborg

First Appearance: Avengers: The Initiative #1 (April, 2007)

  • Bald of Authority: He's bald and leads the Initiative recruits.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: Was this for Counter Force at first.
  • Hand Blast: Thanks to the Gauntlet.
  • Jerkass: Wouldn't let up on making fun of the New Warriors until eventually one of them attacked him from behind and left him into a coma.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He only wanted to prepare the recruits for the rough life of being a superhero and is only harsh to them in order to do so. Any harm that befalls the recruits he takes as a personal failure for not teaching them well enough.


Melati Kusuma / Komodo

Nationality: American

Species: Human mutate

First Appearance: Avengers: The Initiative #1 (April, 2007)

New Warriors Vol. 5

New Warriors

    Nova II 

Nova II (Sam Alexander)

See Sam Alexander's entry in Marvel Comics: Nova Corps for more info.

    Scarlet Spider II 

Scarlet Spider II (Kaine Parker)

See Kaine Parker's entry in Marvel Comics: Scarlet Spider for more info.


María "Aracely" Penalba / Hummingbird

Nationality: Mexican

Species: Demigod

First Appearance: Scarlet Spider (Vol. 2) #1 (January, 2012)

"You can call me Aracely! I don't know who I am or how I got my powers but I was attacked by a fire salamander and Mexican werewolves, who work for the coyote, who speaks to me in my dreams!"

    Sun Girl 

Selah Burke / Sun Girl

Nationality: American

Species: Human

First Appearance: Superior Spider-Man Team-Up #1 (July, 2013)

  • Jet Pack: Has one which allows her to fly.
  • Ship Tease: With Haechi.
  • Token Human: Sort of. With her technology-based superpowers, Sun Girl is the only human member of the team who isn't a mutant, Inhuman, Atleantean, magic user, cosmic-power-user, or genetically-engineered clone.

    Water Snake 

Faira Sar Namora / Water Snake

Nationality: Atlantean

Species: Atlantean

First Appearance: New Warriors (Vol. 5) #1 (February, 2014)


Haechi (Mark Sim)

Nationality: American

Species: Inhuman

First Appearance: New Warriors (Vol. 5) #2 (March, 2014)

  • Animorphism: Whenever Mark absorbs a mass influx of energies, it transforms him into a large scaly draconian beast.
  • The Call Knows Where You Live: Mark wasn't sure about this whole "joining a superhero team" thing. Then an Inhuman gang crashed into his family home...
  • Crazy Consumption: How his Nuhuman powers work, similar to Lash of Orrolan; Haechi can absorb and metabolize raw energy and redistribute it. By Eating it raw.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: And not have a giant horn sticking out of his forehead.
  • Scaled Up: This occurs as a side effect of his above ability.
  • Ship Tease: With Sun Girl.
  • That Thing Is Not My Child!: When he first got home only to find some of Lash's fanatics who nearly blow everyone away, his family included. Mark changes to dragon state when he absorbs the explosion created but also frightens his family to such an extent that they don't want him anymore.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: After the crap interaction he had with other Inhumans, his own grandmother and two siblings flat out reject him out of fear.

    Jake Waffles 

Jake Waffles / Caininus

Nationality: Transian

Species: New Man

First Appearance: New Warriors (Vol. 5) #5 (June, 2014)

  • Big Friendly Dog: A human-sized anthropomorphic dog, and very friendly indeed.
  • Funny Animal: An anthropomorphic dog that hangs out with humans.
  • Mission Control: Understandable, as he is the only one who understands the controls of Wundagore Mountain, which the team has taken as their new base. He is also the only one who has as of yet not shown any fighting prowess until later on.
  • Odd Friendship: He considers Mister Whiskers to be his very best friend despite Mister Whiskers denying it, but they still hang together.

    Mister Whiskers 

Mister Whiskers / Felinatus

Nationality: Transian

Species: New Man

First Appearance: New Warriors (Vol. 5) #5 (June, 2014)

  • Fragile Speedster: Is incredibly quick and agile, and his razor-sharp claws make him a threat, but in his one fight so far, just a blast of water subdued him.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: See Taking the Bullet below.
  • Jerkass: Constantly speaks about how much he hates everyone else and how much harm he wishes to inflict upon them, death included. He'd count as a Token Evil Teammate if not for the fact that, other than his first fight with the group, he has yet to carry out any of his constant threats.
  • Odd Friendship: With Jake Waffles. Despite his bad attitude and saying he hates Jake, when the team gets manipulated into a fight with Thor in issue 6, he is seen moving Jake out of the way of danger and at one point even trying to shield him.
  • Taking the Bullet: Took a shot meant for Jake and was turned to ashes.

Alternative Title(s): New Warriors 2014