Follow TV Tropes

Following

Characters / Titans (2018): Other Characters

Go To


    open/close all folders 

Powered Individuals:

Amazons

    Jillian 

Jillian

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jillian_75.png

Species: Amazon

Played By: Ann Magnuson

Jillian is an Amazon known to Donna Troy.
Advertisement:

Tamaraneans

    Faddei 

Faddei

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/faddei.png

Species: Tamaranean

Played By: Robbie Jones

Faddei was a Tamaranean royal guard.
  • Bodyguard Crush: He was originally Kory's bodyguard and they have a sexual history.
  • Child Soldiers: He tells Kory he was spend 20 years of his life, since his early childhood training to protect the royal family.
  • Canon Immigrant: Faddei is an entirely original creator who never appeared on the comics.
  • Character Death: Is mercy killed by Kory in Atonement.
  • Deadpan Snarker: His way of interacting with Kory is to engage her in a battle of quips by teasing her.
  • Human Aliens: Just like Kory he looks like your average black person.
  • I Cannot Self-Terminate: Asks Kory to kill him after his body is hijacked by Blackfire.
  • Man on Fire: Asks to be literally incinerated by Kory after his body is hijacked by Blackfire.
  • Old Flame: Some time before present events, he had a one night stand with Kory and developed romantic feelings for as a result. When Faddei meets her again, he makes it clear to Kory he still has feelings for her. Kory considers him a dear friend, but does not reciprocate.

    Myand'r and Luand'r 

Myand'r and Luand'r

Species: Tamaranean

Played By: Andrew Moodie (Myand'r), Asha James (Luand'r)

The deceased parents of Koriand'r and Komand'r, and former rulers of Tamaran.
  • Abusive Parents: Komand'r recounts that she was thrown into the solitary Pit with her parents' approval. Exaggerated when it's revealed that they wanted to sacrifice Komand'r if it meant that they could preserve the throne.
  • I Did What I Had to Do: Years ago, they ordered the priestess who oversaw their children's birth to transfer Komand'r's powers to Koriand'r. When the priestess warned them that there would be consequences, they justified it by saying that they wanted Koriand'r to succeed them.
  • Karmic Death: Honestly, with the various dickish things they did to Komand'r since she was born, they kinda brought their deaths to themselves.
  • Offing the Offspring: "The Call Is Coming From Inside the House" reveals that they had no problem executing Komand'r so they could please the population of Tamaran, who had grown restless of Starfire's disappearance.
  • Parental Favoritism: So very much. They favored Starfire and readily forgave her if she made mistakes, whereas Blackfire was punished harshly whenever she did the same.
  • Posthumous Character: Died sometimes before the events of Season 2 and only appear in flashbacks.

Advertisement:

Metahumans

    Shyleen Lao 

Shyleen Lao

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/shyleen_lao_5.png

Species: Metahuman

Played By: Hina Abdullah

A woman rescued by Niles Caulder who is saved with help from Rachel.


  • An Ice Person: The liquid nitrogen explosion she was caught in allowed her to manipulate the temperature of the air in the room around her.
  • Harmless Freezing: Was caught in a liquid nitrogen explosion that covered her whole body in ice, but still alive when Niles Caulder tries to help her.
  • Race Lift: In the comics, Shyleen is Chinese American, but in the show, she is played by Pakistani American actress Hina Abdullah.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Is only in one scene in "Doom Patrol."
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: After Rachel helps to stabilize her, Shyleen isn’t seen again.

Civilians:

Detroit

    Amy Rohrbach 

Detective Amy Rohrbach

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/amy_rohrbach.jpg

Species: Human

Played By: Lindsey Gort

Dick's partner in the force and one of the few honest cops in Detroit.


  • Adaptation Dye-Job: She's brunette in the comics but is blonde here.
  • Alternate Self: Has one on Earth-666 as Candy Fletcher who is still alive, making Amy a case of Dead Alternate Counterpart.
  • Character Death: Is killed in Hawk And Dove by the Nuclear Family.
  • Death by Adaptation: She's murdered by the Nuclear Family in her second episode, whereas she is Dick's police partner in the source material.
  • Demoted to Extra: In the comics, she is Dick's partner in the Bludhaven Police Department. Here she dies an episode after her introduction, and long before Dick even becomes Nightwing at that.
  • Fair Cop: In the comics, she's one of the few in Bludhaven. We can expect that to stay true here.
  • Forgotten Fallen Friend: Dick didn't bring her death up when fighting against the Nuclear Family, nor is she mentioned after her death.
  • Killed Offscreen: Played With. The incident that led to her death is shown, but her actual death wasn't.
  • Too Dumb to Live: She finds a crying stranger in her house. In Detroit. She leaves her gun out of reach before ever verifying the stranger’s intent, or whether they are armed. She pays for that with her life.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Was killed off in her second episode.

Advertisement:

Gotham City

    Alfred Pennyworth 

Alfred Pennyworth

Species: Human

Batman's butler and confidant.


    Potential Recruits 

Carrie Kelley, Daxton Chill, Stephanie Brown and Duke Thomas

Species: Human

Played by: Unknown Actors

Four teenagers that Bruce was considering to be potential replacements as Robin to the late Jason Todd.


Drake Family

    Tim Drake 

Tim Drake

Species: Human

Played by: Jay Lycurgo

For his page: see here.

    Jack Drake 

Jack Drake

Species: Human

Played by: Ryan Allen

Tim's father.


  • Adaptational Badass: Jack in the comics was a businessman and an archaeologist, while here he's a former police officer.
  • Race Lift: White in the comics, African-American in the show.
  • Retired Badass: Left the GCPD to run a restaurant with his family.

    Janet Drake 

Janet Drake

Species: Human

Played by: Chantria Tram

Tim's mother.


  • Race Lift: White in the comics, Cantonese in the show.

    Stephen Chen 

Stephen Chen

Species: Human

Played by: Vinson Tran

Tim's cousin.


Gotham City Police

    Barbara Gordon 

Barbara Gordon

Species: Human

Played by: Savannah Welch

Commissioner Gordon's daughter and a member of the Bat Family. She takes the job to head the GCPD after her father, James, passes away.


  • Action Girl: Even after she gets crippled by the Joker, she can still put up a good fight while in a wheelchair with her dual eskrima sticks against Lady Vic.
  • Adaptational Name Change: Her middle name in the comics, Joan, is changed to Gail for the show, as a nod to Gail Simone.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Downplayed as she was still a trained fighter with great intelligence, but she was seemingly never Batgirl in this version while Oracle is simply an advanced AI.
  • Alternate Self: On Earth-Prime, Earth-66, Earth-89, Earth-167, and Earth-203.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Saves the Titans from Fletcher when she finds out that he was paid off to kill the Titans in "Troubled Water". However, Barbara has to surrender her sidearm so that an investigation can be made if her shooting is justified.
  • Broken Pedestal: To Batman, her father, and superheroes in general. Upon becoming police commissioner, she believes that Gotham needs to be changed so as to stop relying on heroes, considering the messy legacy both Batman and her father's partnership left behind.
  • Decomposite Character: Here, Oracle is a computer program, rather than Barbara herself.
  • Disabled in the Adaptation: Disabled a bit differently, it seems. She's paraplegic in the comics and uses a wheelchair. This version is an amputee and has lost one of her legs, and still uses a wheelchair so she may still be paraplegic on top of that. note .
  • The Ghost: Her existence was only confirmed in the first season until she appeared in Season 3.
  • In Spite of a Nail: Like her Earth-203 counterpart she was shot by the Joker and became wheelchair-bound, but like her Earth-66 counterpart she replaced her father as commissioner of the GCPD.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: She clears a sniper to shoot Red Hood. Nightwing ends up shot instead and Jason gets away.
  • Old Flame: Six years before the show started, Dick and Barbara had a fling. They rekindled their feelings and relationship upon Dick coming to Gotham in order to stop Jason.
  • Two First Names: "Barbara" and "Gordon".

    James Gordon 

Commissioner James Gordon

Species: Human

The head of the Gotham City Police Department.


  • Alternate Self: On Earth-66, Earth-89, Earth-97, and an unnumbered Earth.
  • The Commissioner Gordon: The Trope Namer and one for Batman as his ally on the police force.
  • Dead Alternate Counterpart: While logically some of his counterparts would have passed away by 2016, such as his Earth-66 counterpart, he's the first version of Gordon to be confirmed to me dead.
  • The Ghost: Only mentioned by Jason in Trigon's hallucinations.
  • In Spite of a Nail: His Earth-89 counterpart was also killed by a member of Batman's rogues gallery.
  • Killed Offscreen: He was killed by Mister Freeze offscreen.
  • Morality Pet: His presence helps keep Batman sane and grounded. After his death, Batman goes overboard with no one to hold him back. At least that's how it goes in Trigon's dreamworld.
  • Retcon: Season 1 implied that Gordon was still alive by 2018, but Season 3 would reveal he had been killed some years before that.

    Fletcher 

A plainclothes officer in the GCPD. He's bribed by the Red Hood to detain and kill the Titans if needed.


  • Dirty Cop: Takes the money from Red Hood to get rid of the Titans in "Troubled Water".

London

    Marie Granger 

Marie Granger

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/marie_granger.png

Species: Human

Played by: Marina Sirtis

Dawn's mother.


  • Brits Love Tea: She's British, after all. Dawn's own love for afternoon tea is due to her influence.
  • Death by Origin Story: She died in a sudden road accident, which spurred her daughter and Hank (whose brother, Don, died in the same accident) to gravitate towards each other and become a crimefighting couple.
  • Domestic Abuse: On the receiving end of one from her husband.
  • Love Martyr: She never wanted to leave her abusive husband.
  • Posthumous Character: She's been dead for many years and only appears in flashbacks.
  • Together in Death: She and Don died in the same road accident.

    Holly Granger 

Holly Granger

Species: Human

Dawn's sister.


  • Abusive Parents: Her dad regularly beats her up.
  • Adaptational Wimp: She's one of the people who donned the Hawk mantle in the comics. Since Hank Hall is the Hawk in the series, it's unlikely she'll don the identity.
  • The Ghost: Only mentioned by Dawn in a flashback.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here: Much like her older sister, she's had enough of their abusive father and leaves.

Milwaukee

    Clayton Williams 

Clayton Williams

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/clayton_williams.png

Species: Human

Played By: Lester Speight

Clayton "Clay" Williams is a club bouncer. He used to be a circus strongman who branded himself as "Atlas the Strongman". He's good friends with Dick Grayson, and offered to adopt him after Dick's parents' deaths.


Nevada

    Adeline 

Adeline

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/adeline.png

Species: Human

Played By: Mayko Nguyen

Adeline is the ex-wife of Slade Wilson and the mother of Jericho.


Smallville

    Martha Kent 

Martha Kent

Species: Human

Played by: Sarah Deakins

The adoptive mother of Clark Kent.


    Lionel Luthor 

Lionel Luthor

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/lionel_luthor.png

Species: Human

Played by: Peter MacNeill

A former scientist and father of Lex Luthor.


    Lena Luthor 

Lena Luthor

Species: Human

Played by: Unknown

Lex Luthor's sister.


Traverse City

    Melissa Roth 

Melissa Roth

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/melissa_roth.jpg

Species: Human

Played By: Sherilyn Fenn

Rachel's adoptive mother.


Top