Played by: Seamus Dever
The demonic overlord of Azarath and Raven's biological father.
- Abusive Parents: Trigon emotionally and mentally torments Rachel throughout the finale of Season 1 and the premiere of Season 2.
- Arc Villain: Even though he only shows up in two episodes, the overall story of the first season is to keep Rachel safe from him.
- Archnemesis Dad: To Rachel, is her father and her worst enemy.
- A Form You Are Comfortable With: He uses a human form when he first makes contact with Rachel, though his true form is seen via a hologram from Kory's ship and when he is able to cross over to the human dimension.
- The Bad Guy Wins: Trigons plan was successful. He was able to break Rachels heart and cross over the human dimension, until Rachel gains an 11th-Hour Superpower and is able to seal him within herself.
- Big Bad: Season 1 is driven by his goal to use Rachel as his doorway into Earth.
- Big Red Devil: The form he assumes upon entering the mortal world. Emphasis on the big.
- Card-Carrying Villain
- The Corruptor: Even Dick Grayson isn't immune to the offers he makes.
- The Devil: They dance around it but he's opposed by nuns, white mages, and aliens who all think of him as the Ultimate Evil.
- Disappeared Dad: Due to his banishment.
- The Dreaded: Even the citizens of Tamaran have heard of him and have a prophecy that say if he makes it to the human dimension he will engulf the universe in darkness.
- Evil Overlord: How he is portrayed.
- Evil Plan: To use his daughter as a doorway to enter the human dimension and engulf it in darkness.
- God of Evil: How he's always been portrayed.
- Interspecies Romance: With Angela, a human. Rachel was born from it.
- Jerkass: Breaks and rips out his daughters heart to make her his doorway and has no problem killing people loyal to him.
- Killed Off for Real: Either that or he was banished by Rachel; regardless, he hasnt been seen since the Season 2 Premiere.
- Last Episode, New Character: Makes his debut in the Season 1 finale, Dick Grayson.
- Made of Evil: His comic origins stated that he came into being when the inhabitants of Azarath expelled the evil within them, and that coalesced into a being that came to be Trigon.
- Manipulative Bastard:
- Meta Twist: In most continuities, Raven is a Child by Rape. In this continuity, Trigon impregnated a willing woman.
- Neck Snap: How he kills Angela.
- Nigh Invulnerable: One of his powers.
- Obviously Evil: His true form is a horned, glowing-eyed red demon.
- Parental Abandonment: To Rachel, due to being banished back to his own dimension before her birth.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: All four of his eyes glow red; as he manages to enter the mortal world and he starts to kill the surrounding vegetation.
- Satanic Archetype: A red devil from a world of fire and brimstone that dupes mortals into working for him.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Raven seals him within her.
- Star-Crossed Lovers: He and Angela Azarath are a villainous example of this after he was sealed on another dimension for over a decade.
- Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: Given that he's a demon, this is the most likely result with any human woman, but Angela is quite a quite pretty.
- Would Hurt a Child: Has no problems with ripping the heart out of his own daughter.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: To Angela. He snaps her neck once he has gained full access to the human dimension.Angela: I don't understand...Trigon: That's the problem. You never did. *snap*
Played by: Reed Birney
Appearances: TitansDr Adamson was a doctor who was the messenger of The Organization that was interested in bring Trigon into the human dimension.
- Character Death: Is killed by Rachel in Asylum.
- Death by Irony: By showing Rachel that she has the power to heal, she realizes that she can reverse that and she reopens his wound.
- Explosive Leash: Controls the remote to The Nuclear Family.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Previously proving to Rachel that she has the power to heal, she is able to reverse it and reopen his Slashed Throat.
- Jerkass Victim: After what he put the members of the Titans through, its hard to feel sad when Rachel reverses her previous healing.
- Mad Doctor: Is a doctor at the Agnews Asylum, that creates members of The Nuclear Family.
- Punk in the Trunk: How Dick and Jason transport him to a safehouse to interrogate him about The Nuclear Family.
- Self-Mutilation Demonstration: Cuts his own throat to prove that Rachel has healing powers
- Slashed Throat: Does this to himself.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: When Dick is able to track him down, other members of The Organization are sent to kill him, as he knows too much.
The Nuclear Family
Species: Enhanced Human
Played by: Jeff Clarke (Nuclear Dad), Melody Johnson (Nuclear Mom), Jeni Ross (Nuclear Sis), Logan Thompson (Nuclear Biff), & Zach Smadu (Nuclear Step-Dad)
Genetically enhanced people for the purpose of killing who are grouped to be a makeshift family.
- Adaptational Species Change: The comic version of the Nuclear Family were all nuclear-powered androids (hence the punny name). Here they are Brainwashed and Crazy normal human beings with Super Strength.
- Adaptational Wimp: The comic version of the Nuclear Family were all androids capable of using powerful, nuclear energy based abilities. Here they are normal human beings with Super Strength.
- Alas, Poor Villain: Original "Dad" was killed in his second appearance. His replacement and the rest had their heads blown up for their failure to capture Rachel. Two men, one woman and two teenagers who weren't even evil by choice deserved better.
- Battle Couple: Nuclear Stepdad and Nuclear Mom team up when fighting Dick.
- Batter Up!: Nuclear Biffs choice of weapon.
- Bash Brothers: Nuclear Sis and Nuclear Biff work together when fighting Kory.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Their minds are warped by unknown hallucinogens that make them see the darkest parts of themselves, before becoming a sleeper cell that treats murder and kidnapping like family hijinx.
- The Brute: They have enhanced strength and accordingly fight using their physical prowess.
- Character Death:
- Close-Range Combatant: Nuclear Sis
- Cold-Blooded Torture: A standard practice of The Nuclear Family in order to get information from people.
- Creepy Family: The Nuclear Family looks straight out of the 50s and enjoys activities ranging from Monopoly to breaking into Amy Rohrbach's apartment to torture her for Dick's location.
- Curbstomp Battle: They easily defeat Hawk, Dove, and Dick despite all three being Badass Normal types.
- Dissonant Serenity: Always.
- Evil Redhead: Nuclear Mom and Sis are both redheads and evil.
- Explosive Leash: Each member has a remote controlled explosive in their head.
- Housewife: Nuclear Moms persona
- Internal Reveal: The Nuclear Family find out that Dick is Robin
- Kill It with Fire: How the first Nuclear Dad is killed.
- Knife Nut: Nuclear Sis has a fondest for knives when she attacks.
- Know When to Fold 'Em: When the Titans work together and surround the Nuclear Family, Nuclear Mom knows when to admit defeat.
- Legacy Hero: A Villainous kind. Nuclear Stepdad is this to Nuclear Dad.
- Ludicrous Gibs: Whats left of their heads after they have exploded
- Made of Iron: They can take a lot of punishment, brushing off things such as broken limbs or being stabbed like its an afterthought.
- Motif: They seem to have a very subtle reflection motif, as many scenes with them have mirrors or reflective surfaces such as glass and metal around them.
- Nuclear Family
- Punched Across the Room: Happens to Nuclear Biff and Nuclear Stepdad, both just get back up.
- Standard Bleeding Spots: Nuclear Mom gets one on her forehead.
- Super Strength: Seems to be their primary or possibly only power.
- The Family That Slays Together: They're a family "designed" to kill.
- Weapon of Choice:
- Nuclear Dad/Stepdad: Their bare hands.
- Nuclear Mom: Electric carving knife
- Nuclear Biff: Baseball Bat
- Nuclear Sis: A knife on a rope.
- Wounded Gazelle Gambit: Nuclear Sis pulls this on Amy Rohrbach, before her and Nuclear Biff.
- You Have Failed Me: Failing to capture Rachel for The Organization results in their deaths via their Explosive Leash.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Are killed when they fail to get Rachel.
- Your Head Asplode: The micro bomb planted on their heads were triggered after their defeat at the hands of the Titans.
Played by: Rachel Nichols
Rachel's biological mother, who went missing years ago.
- Adaptation Dye-Job: In the comics her hair is either black or violet. Here she's blonde.
- Adaptation Name Change: Her surname is Roth in the comics, though see Decomposite Character.
- Adaptational Consent: In the comics and most media, she was raped by Trigon and Rachel was born from that. Here, she and Trigon are actually together.
- Adaptational Villainy: In the comics, Rachel's mother was raped by Trigon and she did everything to hide her from him. Here, she and Trigon are actually together. And while she did still send Rachel away, it's under dubious circumstances.
- Alliterative Name: Angela Azarath.
- Beauty Inversion: This role played down Rachel Nichol's usually sultry and alluring appearance. However, she's wearing some make-up and a more revealing attire during The Reveal that she's Evil All Along.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Introduced as a mild mannered woman, she's actually a Manipulative Bitch ready to use anyone for her goals - including her own daughter.
- Chekhov M.I.A.: Searching for her is Rachel's main Story Arc in Titans Season 1, and it took her 3/4 of the season to accomplish that.
- Dark Chick: Trigon's lover and primary female ally.
- Decomposite Character: In the comics and most media, she and Melissa Roth are the same character.
- Evil All Along: Turns out she is in league with her literally demonic lover.
- Interspecies Romance: With Trigon, a demon. Rachel was born from it.
- Manipulative Bitch: She orchestrated several events just so Rachel can free Trigon.
- Missing Mom: She only met Rachel when she's already a teenager.
- Neck Snap: After Trigon regains his full power, he snaps her neck when she is no longer useful to him.
- Parental Abandonment: To Rachel, due to being locked away in Agnews Asylum most of Rachels life.
- Statuesque Stunner: Despite the Beauty Inversion, she's still played by a former model. In-Universe, an old friend/neighbor of hers (who is now The Sheriff) becomes attracted to her instantly.
- Walking Spoiler: Talking about Angela in any way will no doubt reveal that she's secretly in cahoots in Trigon.
- Would Hurt a Child: Has no problems with Trigon ripping the heart out of her own daughter.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Trigon snaps her neck once he has gained full access to the human dimension and no longer needs her.
Played by: Rayne Novak (child)
A well-known billionaire and scientist and the founder of Cadmus Laboratories.
- Abusive Dad: Had this in the form of Lionel Luthor.
- Alliterative Name: Lex Luthor.
- Alternate Self: On Earth-Prime, Earth-96, and Earth-167.
- Arch-Enemy: He is Superman's greatest foe.
- Bald of Evil: He's already bald as a child and is Superman's Arch-Enemy.
- Child Prodigy: He's already collecting numerous scientific awards as a child.
- Creepy Child: His childhood photos already show his ruthless demeanor.
- Enfante Terrible: Described as a difficult child by his father.
- The Ghost: He only appears through a photograph as a child.
- Insufferable Genius: Described as difficult and intelligent by his father. In one sentence.
- We Used to Be Friends: Lionel mentions that he and Clark grew up together.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Conner's memories of him reveals he craves for Lionel's approval.
Played by: Natalie Gumede
The personal security specialist to Lex Luthor, assigned to oversee Cadmus Laboratories.
- Adaptation Dye-Job: The original version of the character has brown hair, but this version is an Aloof Dark-Haired Girl like the previous two Live-Action Adaptation.
- Adaptational Nationality: American in the original and most adaptations, this version is a textbook Evil Brit.
- Alternate Self: On Earth-Prime & an unnamed Earth.
- Badass Normal: Has no powers, but was the only one able to critically injury Conner.
- Black Boss Lady: Lex's Number Two, he's the only one she answers to.
- Dark Action Girl:
- The Dragon: Lex Luthor's right-hand woman.
- Evil Brit: Played by the British Natalie Gumede, accent and all.
- Evil Wears Black: Introduced wearing a black khaki suit.
- Idiot Ball:
- It's made clear in several episodes that Cadmus has access to Anti-Kryptonian weaponry ranging from kryptonite bullets to capture nets. Yet for some reason, whenever Mercy attempts to kill or reclaim Subject 13/Superboy, she just deploys paramilitary grunts armed with nothing but conventional fire arms to bring him down.
- This gets particularly egregious in the Season 2 finale. After Conner breaks free from his brainwashing, Mercy's only contingency plan is to send even more grunts with guns to act as interference while she runs away. Her plan predictably fails.
- Race Lift: This version of Mercy is African-British.
Played by: Raoul Bhaneja
Walter Hawn was the Vice President of Special Projects at Cadmus Laboratories.
Dr Eve Watson
Played by: Genevieve Angelson
A former scientist working for Cadmus Laboratories. She helped create Conner/Subject 13
- The Alcoholic: Eve has turned to day drinking to cope with the stress and demands of working at Cadmus.
- Blatant Lies: Eve lies to Mercy about the whereabouts of Conner, Mercy doesnt believe her.
- But Now I Must Go: Tells Conner she would go in hiding from Cadmus after helping him and Krypto escape.
- Creating Life: Was the leading scientist in creating Conner
- For Science!: She created Conner, just to see if she could.
- HeelFace Turn: While she is not evil, Eve realizes that she can no longer work for Cadmus and helps Conner escape the soldiers sent to bring him back to the labs dead or alive.
- Hot Scientist: Introduced wearing a flattering red cocktail dress and she's not bad to look at herself.
- Lady in Red: She's introduced wearing a flattering red cocktail dress, and Mercy's comments suggest she came from a one night stand.
- Married to the Job: Mercy comments that she has no family of her own due to devoting her life to work.
- Motherly Scientist: Becomes this towards Conner.
- Neck Lift: Conner does this to Eve when she shows him the People Jars of other failed clones.
- Parental Substitute: Becomes this to Conner.
- Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: Getting close to Conner is enough for her to pull a HeelFace Turn.
Deathstroke and Associates
Played by: Esai Morales
A ruthless and deadly master assassin whose body has been enhanced to near-superhuman levels.
- Abusive Parents: When it comes to Slade's style of parenting, it's really not a big surprise.
- In Jericho's case, he indeed started like a decent father but then, after getting enhanced, he was almost never home and lied to him for years about his true occupation, and subjugates Jericho to an And I Must Scream situation, under the excuse of keeping him safe.
- As for Rose; she falls under her typical need to be acknowledged by her father, making her a easy prey for Slade to manipulate emotionally; and he has no problem getting even borderline physical on Rose.
- Action Dad: He's the world's deadliest assassin as well as the father of Rose and Jericho Wilson.
- Adaptation Dye-Job: This version of Slade was brunet in his youth before his hair turned white, while pre-enhancement Slade comics is a blue-eyed blond. On the other hand, his New 52 counterpart was also a brunette.
- Alternate Self: On Earth-Prime, Earth-167, & an unnamed Earth.
- Arc Villain: Most of season 2 revolves around dealing with his return and revenge.
- Arch-Enemy: Whatever happened between Slade and the old Titans, he clearly is their worst nemesis, especially to Dick.Jason: I'm not scared of you.Deathstroke: You should be terrified. But instead you've been played by that charlatan Dick Grayson. Who gives costumes to foolish kids, making them believe that they're heroes, leading you like lambs to slaughter. But not to worry. Soon you'll learn. For death leads to purification.
- Badass Baritone: Esai provide the character a quite intimidating, smooth voice.
- Badass Boast:Jason: I'm not scared of you.Deathstroke: You should be terrified.
- Bad Samaritan: He promises to his daughter he'll take care of her and will teach her anything she needs to know about her powers. Except, it was only to manipulate her against the Titans.
- Berserk Button:
- Jericho and to lesser extend, Rose.
- When someone question or jeopardize his plans. It earned Dr. Light a bullet in the head.
- Blatant Lies: He lies his family for years about being an assassin for hire, and later one, he lies his daughter too about what truly happened to Jericho.
- Big Bad Ensemble: Of Titans (2018) Season 2, alongside Cadmus. He's ultimately dispatched first in the Season Finale, and Cadmus Laboratories becomes the main antagonist for the remainder of the episode.
- Boom Head Shot: One of Slade's MO to kill off his targets.
- Bond Breaker: Very adept at getting the Titans to turn on each other.
- Break the Badass: No one walks away the same after a confrontation with Slade. He is more than willing to give the most violent, sadistic, toughest, cold-blooded, mentally torturous beatdowns when provoked.
- Break Them by Talking: He scares the shit out of Jason in a single conversation.
- Character Death: Is killed by Rose in Nightwing
- The Chessmaster: He devices a very complex plan to get revenge on the Titans and turns everyone into his pawns.
- Cool Helmet: He sports a half-black half-orange Rage Helm.
- The Corrupter: Toward Rose. He takes her from a normal decent life, and turns her into a Deathstroke Junior. Downplayed in the fact she willingly went with him, and later she takes the Titans side, feeling remorseful for everything she had done.
- Creepy Monotone: Slade's manner of speech is very robotic and emotionless.
- Darth Vader Clone: Let's see: he is deep voiced, enhanced superhuman wearing a cool helmet? Checked. Is inhumanly creepy and has a stoic, menacing presence? Has a personal vendetta with the main hero accusing him of turning his loved ones against him? Checked. Has also a son and a daughter that more or less inherited his powers? Checked. Used to be heroic? Checked. Vader Breath? Checked. All the fun is dying everytime he appears onscreen? Checked again. Seriously, Slade is only missing a light-saber.
- Deadpan Snarker: Of the Comically Serious oneliners variant.
- Disc-One Final Boss: He's defeated near the beginning of the Season 2 finale, with Cadmus Laboratories becoming the main threat for the season's final fight.
- The Dreaded: He's described as being infamous to the world at large due to never failing to have terminated his targets.
- Elites Are More Glamorous: An ex-Delta Force operator before HIVE recruited him.
- Empowered Badass Normal: Courtesy of the HIVE, Slade received several experimental bio-enhancements that transformed him into an even more efficient killer. Prior to his empowerment, he was a Delta Force operative.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Slade Wilson is a monster. But at least in Jericho's case, he genuinely did love his son and cared about his well-being. So much so that after Jericho's demise, Slade goes on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge against Dick Grayson and his allies the second he hears that the Titans are making a comeback on the news.
- Evil Counterpart: To Dick and Batman.
- Evil Mentor: To Rose. He trained her to become an assassin and tried to morally corrupt her.
- Evil Parents Want Good Kids: He genuinely wanted Jericho to live a normal life.
- Eye Scream: The way he became one-eyed is a total enigma.
- Fallen Hero: Slade became Deathstroke prior to the start of the series.
- Family Values Villain: Sure, Slade has a very messed up way to show it, but nobody can't deny his love for his family. His vendetta on the Titans started when they tried to use his son, Jericho, against him. As for his illegitimate daughter, Rose, he made sure she has a nice life, though here, it can be argued that he did it just to make sure Adeline will never find out about his affair.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: His mask is split between black and orange.
- Follow in My Footsteps: It's implied he would have wanted Rose to become a Professional Killer like him.
- From Camouflage to Criminal: Slade was a Delta Force operative prior to his supervillain career.
- Handicapped Badass: He's missing his right eye but it doesn't take away from his badass credentials.
- Hero Killer: What he intends to do to the Titans as his conversation with Dr. Light in Ghosts shows. And what he is due to his past murder of the former Titan Aqualad, five years before the series.
- Hypocrite: Slade accuses Dick of manipulating lost and vulnerable children for his own goals. This is despite Slade manipulating his own daughter Rose into joining him against the Titans by lying to her that the Titans killed his son and her brother Jericho.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: How Rose kills him, sword through the gut.
- Implacable Man: Even if it takes years, Slade will return to hunt you down.
- It's Personal: The reason why Slade came out of retirement to murder Dick Grayson and his new generation of Titans? Because Dick got his son Jericho killed in his efforts to get to him.
- Knight of Cerebus: Slade getting back in the game changes the already dark mood to a more dramatic, serious, and terrifying tone.
- Majorly Awesome: He was a Delta Force major before becoming Deathstroke.
- Manipulative Bastard: He devises a Batman Gambit kind of plan to destroy the Titans by playing the Divide and Conquer one them, he manipulates his own daughter and then sends her create havoc among them and lies for years that Jericho is actually alive.
- Mr. Fanservice: One episode opens with Slade wearing nothing but a towel while flexing his muscles in the mirror.
- Mythology Gag: His costume bears a lot of resemblance to the one from the Deathstroke Vol. 2 run.
- Names to Run Away From: Deathstroke is the Titans own Bogeyman. Even after 5 years, the older Titans are still terrified of Slade, while Jason, Rose and Dick were left mentally scarred by him.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: He tried to use his daughter for his revenge on Titans; Rose become the The Mole and befriends them for Slade's own benefits, then she falls in love with one of them leading instead to her HeelFace Turn and joining the Titans for good. Not quite the outcome you expected, huh, Slade?
- No-Nonsense Nemesis: Slade is an ruthless mercenary and feelings don't really have any place in his job.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Confronting Slade alone is never a good idea. Just ask Dick, Donna or Jason.
- Not So Stoic: Downplayed, the only times he loses his cool is when Jericho "dies" or when Rose defies him, making Slade to shatter a glass cup in his bare hand.
- Offing the Offspring: Rose claims that Slade murdered Jericho for "falling into the wrong crowd." Jericho shows that Slade inadvertently impaled Jericho when he jumped in the way of his sword to protect Dick. He seemingly tries to murder his other child as well for reasons unknown.
- Perpetual Frowner: Slade's default face expression.
- Professional Killer: The premiere example within the DC Universe.
- Race Lift: He's white in the comics while his actor is Puerto Rican.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: The eye hole of his mask covering his blind eye has a red glowing eye attached to it ala Deadshot.
- Silver Fox: He is quite attractive and badass, and the show wasted no time to 'fanservice' him too.
- The Stoic: Slade is aloof and a man of a few words.
- Straight Man and Wise Guy: The aloof Straight Man to Dr. Light's wisecracking wise guy.
- Super Strength: He can go toe to toe with super powered bruisers like Donna and Kory of all people and actually win.
- Truer To Thetext: He is the fourth live-action Slade, and one of three who is fleshed out. Among the three, this version is the closest to the source material in regards to Origin Story and character relations.
- Two First Names: "Slade" and "Wilson".
- White Hair, Black Heart: Though his hair is rather grey, Slade still qualifies as he an unrepentant killer and main villain of season 2.
- Would Hit a Girl: Or shoot them, gouge their eyes out or stab them multiple times. Rose and Donna got the best of it.
- Your Cheating Heart: Faux-Hawk reveals that he cheated on Adeline with Rose's mother.
William Randolph Wintergreen
Played by: Demore Barnes
Deathstroke's handler as well as his closest ally.
- Adaptation Relationship Overhaul:
- Played With. In the comics, Billy Wintergreen was basically a Captain Ersatz of Alfred Pennyworth. A veteran SAS operative who later became Slade's trusted butler/mentor and the closet thing he has to a Morality Chain. In the show, Wintergreen was a US Special Forces operator who would essentially become the Diana Burnwood to Deathstroke's Agent 47. Supplying him with his weapons and armor along with any critical Intel on the targets he aims to assassinate. That said, it's shown that this Wintergreen still has a genuine friendship with Slade and even served as the best man at his wedding just like in the source material.
- Comic Wintergreen also had a very positive relationship with the Wilson children and even came close to adopting Rose as his own daughter. Here, while Rose's feeling for him are currently unknown, Jericho resents him for his part in keeping Slade hooked on the assassin lifestyle and even flips Billy off when he tries to reunite him with his father.
- Age Lift: Courtesy of his actor Demore Barnes, this Wintergreen is noticeably younger compered to most of his comic incarnations.
- Alternate Self: On Earth-Prime.
- Deadpan Snarker: Wintergreen has quite the sardonic wit and isn't afraid to crack a couple of sarcastic remarks even while being held at gunpoint.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Wintergreen is the active handler of one of the deadliest men alive and has intimately worked with this man to carry out numerous assassinations in the pursuit of the almighty dollar. But even he makes it very clear to Dick that he would never go as far as to use a man's family as a tool to settle an old score.
- From Camouflage to Criminal: A handler who is war buddies with Slade.
- Jerkass Has a Point: While he might be Deathstroke's right hand man, Wintergreen is right to warn Jericho that the Titans are just using him as a pawn to get his father. His snide comments on how dumb it is for Dick and his team to adopt the name of something as tragic as the Titans of Classical Mythology also has a eerily prophetic ring of truth to it. Especially when you take in account the circumstances of why their original team eventually disbanded in the first place.Wintergreen: ...They seriously call themselves that? The Titans were tragic Greek Figures who got their asses handed to them by Zeus. Who names themselves after losers?
- Race Lift: Where the Billy Wintergreen of the comics was a white British man who served in the SAS, the Wintergreen of this series is an African-American man who served in an unknown branch of the United States Special Forces.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: No one is certain what happened to him after Slade was killed.
- Wicked Cultured: Always dressed to the nines and is well-versed in Classical Mythology.
Dr. Arthur Light
Played by: Michael Mosley
An old enemy of the Titans with light-based abilities who Deathstroke breaks out of prison in Season 2.
- Adaptational Badass: Even before his comic counterpart's infamous Villain Decay, he was never as menacing as this one. In addition, his powers are a part of him, rather than being from his suit like in the comics. He does get beaten by Jason, but it's unclear if it was intentional to lure him into a trap.
- Alternate Self: A Gender Swap on Earth-Prime.
- Ax-Crazy: He is a sadistic psychopath who loves to kill people in gruesome ways.
- Boom, Headshot!: How Slade kills him.
- Character Death: Is killed in Deathstroke.
- Civvie Spandex: He's wearing black shirt and cargo pants with the only present part of his costume being the chest piece and helmet.
- Demoted to Extra: He's one of the more well-known villains of the Titans in the comics. Here he gets killed after only a few episodes.
- The Dragon: Set up as such for Slade in Season 2. At least until Slade kills him for nearly jeopardizing his plans for revenge.
- The Dreaded: Dick, Dawn, and Hank all seem horrified by the idea that he's escaped, and for good reason.
- Evil Has a Bad Sense of Humor: He cracks several bad jokes about Deathstroke's missing eye, much to the latter's annoyance.
- Light 'em Up: Its in the name. Notably, his version absorbs light from electrical things and is seemingly controlled by implanted circuitry.
- Light Is Not Good: He has light based powers, and within his introductory episode is already established as one of the most despicable villains in the series.
- Sadist: He horrifically murders a surviving prison guard in a painful fashion, seemingly out of sheer sadism.
- Straight Man and Wise Guy: The wise guy to Deathstroke's stoic Straight Man.
- Would Hurt a Child: Turns Ellis, the kid who Hank had been helping with drug addiction, into a living bomb in an attempt to kill Hank and Dawn. He also tries to kill Jason, but fails.
Independent Villains of the Titans
Played by: J Jarreth Mertz
Appearances: TitansThe Acolyte was a man dedicated to preventing Trigon from coming to Earth.
- Boom, Headshot!: How kills Rachels adoptive mother.
- Character Death: Is killed in Titans by Rachel.
- Cruel and Unusual Death: Rachel completely drains him of blood.
- Karmic Death: Killed by the girl he was hunting down after killing said girl's adoptive mother in front of her.
- Race Lift: White in the comics, but here is played by Afro-Swiss actor J Jarreth Mertz.
- Rogues Gallery Transplant: In the comics, the Acolyte was the villain that their successor Young Justice faced. Here, he's the villain to the Titans.
- Starter Villain: Serves one for the Pilot episode, starting the plot for looking Raven and gets killed by her at the end of the episode.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He's trying to save the world from the threat of Trigon but he's willing to kill Rachel to do it.
- Would Hurt a Child: Downplayed. He doesn't think of Rachel as a child and he sees her innocence as a mask for her inherent darkness.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Was killed the very same episode he was introduced in.
Played by: Mark Anthony Krupa
Appearances: TitansKonstantin Kovar was a crime lord with ties to Kory.
- Adapted Out: In the comics, he's the father of the Titans member Red Star. As of season 1, not only has Red Star not appeared, but it hasn't even been mentioned if Kovar has a family, let alone a son.
- Alliterative Name: Konstantin Kovar.
- Alternate Self: On Earth-Prime
- Character Death: Is killed in Titans by Kory.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Tries to shoot Kory and is incinerated for his trouble.
- Kill It with Fire: Kory burns him and his bodyguards
- Man on Fire: Burned to death by Kory.
- Mythology Gag: His relationship with Kory is this, since in the comics, his son would be the first hero to use the name Starfire which he eventually changed to Red Star.
- Starter Villain: He gets killed off in the first episode by Kory, linking her to her memory loss.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Was killed the very same episode he was introduced in.
- Woman Scorned: Gender Inverted. His fury at Kory is motivated by the fact she broke his heart.
Selinda Flinders / Shimmer
Played by: Hanneke Talbot
A metahuman criminal.
- Evil Redhead: Is a red head and a criminal.
- Flipping the Bird: She flips off Donna as shes taken into custody.
- Hired Guns: Is hired to commit crimes for money.
- It Will Never Catch On: Donna repeatedly ridicules her supervillain name.
- Made of Iron: Was able to withstand a punch from Kory.
- Only in It for the Money: Only does criminal jobs if she getting paid.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Was introduced in Rose only to be arrested by the end of the episode.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has pink hair.
'''Played by: Damaris Lewis
Blackfire is the sister of Kory and the current queen of Tamaran.
- Adaptational Dye Job: Played with. Her first comicbook appearances had auburn hair, but thanks to the influence the Teen Titans had on comics later on, she was depicted with dark hair since then.
- Arch-Enemy: To Starfire, they even make a deal to come after each other.
- Aliens Speaking English: She has never been to Earth ever before, yet speaks English very accurate.
- Cain and Abel: She is Kory's older and ruthless sister.
- Dark Action Girl: A powerful Tamaranean and very deadly in her own right.
- The Evil Prince: Blackfire usurped the throne of Tamaran by committing both patricide and matricide.
- Evil Counterpart: To Starfire.
- Green-Eyed Monster: It's implied, that she was jealous since childhood, of Starfire for being more beloved her.
- God Save Us from the Queen!: She brutally murders her way to power, gaining the control of Tamaran.
- Human Aliens: She's an alien, but one wouldn't notice that unless she's using her powers.
- Princeling Rivalry: A rare female kind.
- Royal Blood: She is part of the ruling house of Tamaran.
- Self-Made Orphan: Killed her parents to become Queen of Tamaran.
- The Stinger: In Nightwing, a strange purple glob of slime is shown hitting a woman in the neck, transforming her into Blackfire.
- Super Strength: Is able to effortlessly swat away a human man who was approaching her.
- We Can Rule Together: Despite murdering her family to become queen, she still wants to co-rule Tamaran with Starfire.
Cult of the Unwritten Book
Appearances: Doom Patrol
The Decreator is an entity believed by the Cult of the Unwritten Book to be the shadow created by God's first light. Its goals are to decreate the universe.
Martha Patterson / Mother Archon
Played by: Lilli Birdsell
Appearances: Doom Patrol
Martha Patterson, later known as Mother Archon, was the leader of the Cult of the Unwritten Book.
- Sizeshifter: Mother Archon had the ability to change her size, but only in Nurnheim.
Todd Patterson / Father Archon
Played by: Michael Scialabba
Appearances: Doom Patrol
Todd Patterson, later known as Father Archon, was the father of Elliot Patterson and the husband of the late Martha Patterson.
Elliot Patterson / The Book
Played by: Ted Sutherland |Marco Schittone (12-Year-Old) | Beau Hart (7-Year-Old)
Appearances: Doom PatrolElliot also known as the Unwritten Book, who is destined to summon the Decreator and bring the world to disappear.
- Abusive Parents: His mother didn't care about him and she only think of him as a book to used him to summon the Decreator when he turns 18.
- Subverted with his father since does care for him deeply and the last thing he do was warning his son before he gets killed by his wife.
- The Anti-Christ: He is destine to be read by the cult followers and summon the Decreator to bring the world to an end.
- Driven to Suicide: Elliot tries this but can't bring himself to do it, even to save the world.
- Human Notepad:
- Killed Off for Real: He is one of several people killed by the Decreator, and is implied to have stayed dead.]]
- What Happened to the Mouse?: After Recreator restore everything back to normal, it is unknown if he's revived by the Recreator or permanent killed by the Decreator. However the next episode, Larry thinks Elliot choose to stay dead and he's never coming back instead of being revived by the Recreator.
The Little Sisters of our Lady the Razor
Appearances: Doom PatrolThe Little Sisters of Our Lady of the Razor were agents of Cult of the Unwritten Book.
Appearances: Doom PatrolThe Hoodmen were agents of Cult of the Unwritten Book. They act as the royal guards of Nurnheim
The Dry Bachelors
Appearances: Doom Patrol
The Dry Bachelors were agents of Cult of the Unwritten Book. They are made of dead skin cells and letters that were never sent.
The Bureau of Normalcy
Appearances: Doom Patrol
An organization dedicated to eradicating anything they deem to be abnormal. They quickly take an interest in the Doom Patrol after rediscovering Danny the Street, but they have a particularly long history with Larry and the Chief.
- Adaptation Name Change: They are known as N.O.W.H.E.R.E. in the comics, with the change being likely to avert having the members talking only in phrases that form the acronym.
- Does This Remind You of Anything?: Their distaste for Danny is linked to homo/transphobia and the Bureau generally seems to operate as a metaphor for oppressive institutions.
- Everyone Has Standards: Downplayed and Subverted. They find the Beard Hunter as disgusting as the other "threats" to normalcy but they aren't exactly wrong in his case. Yet they also consider his powers useful enough to hire him for their own ends.
- Fallen Hero: What they consider Morris, one of their agents who went looking for Danny the Street and ended up Becoming the Mask as a drag queen called Maura Lee Karupt. They also have a particular fixation with Chief's defection from their ranks. They themselves were originally an organisation dedicated to catalogue oddballs, but at some point shifted goals to imprisoning and murdering them.
- Fantastic Racism: On top of their homophobia. If the Chief's behavior in the early 1900s is any indication of their beliefs, they consider some non-conforming oddities "primitive animals."
- Harmless Villain: Played with. Despite their quirks, they're introduced as a real threat and they often do lasting damage to the Doom Patrol. Individual agents, however, tend to be basic tools as best and losers trying to recreate Reservoir Dogs torture at worst. It's only as a group that they remain effective.
- Heteronormative Crusader: They crack several jokes at the expense of the Dannyzens to demonstrate their disgust with their nonconforming lifestyle. In the past, they seemed to partly justify their torture of Larry due to his homosexuality.
- Hypocrite: They despise anything "abnormal", but they've demonstrated a willingness to use tech that requires people to look at elbows and work with The Beard Hunter. Both hardly the peak of their standards of normal. They've also been shown to create some of the abominations they hunt in hopes of studying the results. Case in point: Larry Trainor, Rita Farr, Cliff Steele, and Crazy Jane.
- More importantly, they allow big shots like the Justice League roam about with no visible objections, while targeting weaker superheroes. They really, really don't practice what they preach unless they can get away with it, like real cowards.
- Jumping Off the Slippery Slope: They were originally designed to research and catalogue the various supernatural/scientific discoveries of the 20th century. By the time Larry encountered them, they've long since lost the more noble ideals of their mission.
- Meaningful Rename: Going out of their way to change from "The Bureau of Oddities" to "Normalcy" quickly demonstrates where the priorities of the organization really lie.
- Putting on the Reich: Their helmets resemble those on Nazi soldiers.
- The Sociopath: One scientist tells Cliff that they've routinely scrapped brains in machines just like him and is happy to do so to him because he isn't a genius.
Played by: Jon Briddell
Appearances: Doom Patrol
The main face of the Bureau of Normalcy in the present, Darren holds a vendetta against the sentient street known as Danny, whom he blames for his friend Morris Wilson's disappearance.
- Adaptational Badass: He's treated as a much bigger threat than his comics counterpart, partly due to the fact he's a high-ranking official now instead of a random civilian. While in the comics Darren used stolen means to hurt people, in the show Darren can order other agents to attack and destroy whoever he pleases.
- Ax-Crazy: Goes into a furious rant about stabbing his wife in the eye with a fork, just because a plastic fork didn't match the rest of the chinaware.Jane: You sick fuck!
- Bullying a Dragon: He really underestimates Doom Patrol, dismissing them as a bunch of freaks.
- Character Death: Is killed in Cyborg Patrol
- Faux Affably Evil: He tries to put on an air of politeness, but his obsession with normality leads to some impressively depraved acts.
- "It" Is Dehumanizing: Rarely refers to Cyborg as "he" and typically only when dealing with Silas, who he still needs support from.
- Karmic Death: Only fitting that a man obsessed with normal got eaten by an army of butts.
- Obsessively Normal: Fitting as the main focus of the Bureau, the man's dedicated his life to the mission of normality.
- Pet the Dog: For all his atrocities, he is a genuine friend to Morris and is hell-bent on finding Danny believing the sentient street killed his friend.
- Villainous Breakdown: He keeps his cool in every interaction, right up until the butts get loose.
- We Used to Be Friends: Darren and Morris were friends for years, and when Morris was thought to be dead when he entered Danny Street, it set Darren on a mission to find him and Danny the Street. However, unknown to him, Morris became Maura Lee Karupt, finding her true calling as a drag queen and lived with the Dannyzens.
- Your Approval Fills Me with Shame: Adores Rita Farr's movies. So much so that they inspired a 50s themed dinner party. Considering this was just after he had tortured all of her friends, she's... less than appreciative.
Brotherhood of Dangerous Animals
Appearances: Doom PatrolTogether, under Mr. Nobody's direction, Admiral Whiskers and Ezekiel aim to take down the Doom Patrol.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: Through Dorothy Spinner's reality warping, they somehow bumble their way into becoming the final threat of season one.
- Expy: Something of a riff on the original Brotherhood of Dada.
- Not-So-Harmless Villain: Both of them turn out to be far more dangerous than expected, in the right situation.
- Admiral Whiskers successfully screws around with Cliff's wiring and splitting the team apart.
- Ezekiel gets turned into a giant by Dorothy, allowing him to wreak havoc on Danny as he pleases.
Voiced by: Curtis Armstrong
Appearances: Doom Patrol
A hyper-religious cockroach obsessed with bringing about the end of the world.
Voiced by: Curtis Armstrong
Appearances: Doom Patrol
A rat whose mother was run over by Cliff, leaving him with an aggressive desire for revenge.
Brotherhood of Evil
Appearances: Doom Patrol
The leader of the Brotherhood of Evil and an enemy of the first Doom Patrol.
- Adaptation Name Change: His comicbook moniker is just "The Brain".
- Arch-Enemy: To Mento.
- Brain in a Jar: A brain in a high tech jar.
- Brain Monster: Steve Dayton claims that the brain escaped, whether this is by its own or with assistance is unknown. It should be noted that there is a brain-sized crack in the glass case of the jar.
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin: He's a Brain in a Jar.
- The Ghost
- Non-Action Big Bad: For reasons that should be obvious, he has Monsieur Mallah do his fighting for him.
Appearances: Doom Patrol
A Gorilla brought onto the Brotherhood of Evil. According to Mr. Nobody, he's actually pretty intelligent and speaks French.
Independent Villains of the Doom Patrol
Eric Morden / Mr. Nobody
Played by: Alan Tudyk, Edward Asner (old man disguise), Jovian Wade (Cyborg disguise)
Appearances: Doom Patrol
A villain with the power to drain the sanity of others.
- A God Am I: Believes his powers have made him one and he has a fair argument.
- Adaptational Badass: In the comics Mr. Nobody's power was being insubstantial, and his insanity was just a byproduct of getting it. In the show his insanity makes him a Reality Warper.
- Adaptational Villainy: Much more aggressive and evil than his already homicidal comic book counterpart. His Grant Morrison version was also more of an Anti-Villain who genuinely wanted to improve the world and even cooperated with the Doom Patrol on occasion, who also didn't really consider himself a villain (albeit because he didn't believe in morality in the first place). Here, he not only has none of that depth but also openly identifies himself as a supervillain.
- Big Bad: The main villain of season 1. Although his schemes eventually get out of his control and he has to pull an Enemy Mine in the climax.
- Body Horror: As a result of being exposed to an unknown energy source, Morden's body was distorted into various pieces or into various planes of reality as he gained destructive powers. Subverted by his own reaction."If I'd known what he was going to do to me... I would have paid him double."
- Catchphrase: Someone would ask who he was, and he usually replies with, "Me? I'm Nobody."
- Deadpan Snarker: He is an endless tide of snarky commentary and mockery.
- Didn't Think This Through: His downfall comes when he gets so wrapped up in narrating his new Enemy Mine with the Doom Patrol that he doesn't realize their plan will leave him still trapped in his painting.
- Drowning My Sorrows: After being ousted from the Brotherhood of Dangerous Animals, the Doom Patrol find him in Peeping Tom's downing multiple shots of booze. Even before that, he was clearly getting extremely drunk while lamenting that with his victory he doesn't know what else to do.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: In the past, he had a girlfriend named Millie who left him when she realizes that despite all his grandiose ideas, he would never be on top. He would always remain a nobody.Millie: That's just it, you're not a somebody. You're a nobody. And that's what you'll always be.
- In Penultimate Patrol she appears in the White Space as Doctor Harrison points out that all of Mr. Nobody's powers and theatrics stem from the fact that Millie left him.
- Even Evil Has Standards: He's strongly against the Decreator to destroy the world into nothingness which is why he decides to temporarily work together with the Chief to prevent the end of the world.
- Evil Is Hammy: Alan Tudyk is clearly enjoying his villainous role.
- Fourth-Wall Observer:
"I haven't even been in the last two episodes!"
- Mr. Nobody's narration does this, saying things like "The critics are going to hate this show." And even alluding to viewership pertaining to things like Reddit and the people who were watching on the DC Universe.
- He whines when he realizes that the Doom Patrol led to the unleashing of the Decreator, since, in his words:
- He is very excited when he realizes the end of the series is coming as he anticipates an impressive final battle rather than "more character driven bullshit".
- From Nobody to Nightmare: He openly describes himself as "a third-rate bad guy" and "a nameless henchman" before his transformation, and what little we see of him at that time comes across as timid, awkward and rather slow on the uptake. However, it's revealed that he was already a supervillain before then, though not a very successful one.
- Inferiority Superiority Complex: Cyborg believes Morden has this. Penultimate Patrol reveals that he was right on the money. The moment Morden is called out on his need for attention, his defences pretty much crumble."Why else would Nobody lay a trap, make threats and mess with our heads? That's not omniscient. That's insecure!"
- Laughably Evil: Say what you will, he's got an excellent sense of screwball humor.
- Jumped at the Call: As he himself says, if he know what Von Fuchs' procedure would do to him, he'd pay him twice the price.
- Lemony Narrator: He's the narrator, and he's a Fourth-Wall Observer Deadpan Snarker.
- New Powers as the Plot Demands: As a result of Von Fuchs's procedure, his power set is vaguely defined. His exposure to other dimensional energy, mutated his biology and granted him otherworldly abilities.Penultimate Patrol reveals at least one limit to his powers. He cannot warp reality if his narration is interrupted, which is what Rita does.
- Not So Omniscient After All: At one point he starts a dramatic ending narration only to be angered by the realization that the episode is still going. This is what leads to his seeming defeat in Penultimate Patrol as the members of the Doom Patrol outright refuse to play along to his script, leaving him powerless.
- Now What?: After seemingly completing his goal of turning everyone against Caulder he becomes depressed because he doesn't know what else to do.
- Reality Warper: While it may or may not be limited to the donkey's Pocket Dimension (or not), he has that ability there.
- Sanity Slippage: His main ability allows him to inflict this on his enemies.
- Underestimating Badassery: The JLA doesn't see him as a serious threat, despite the fact that he was a member of the Brotherhood of Evil and he sucked an entire town into a donkey.
- Victory Is Boring: Even after achieving his victory in "Penultimate Patrol," he quickly goes from celebrating to alcoholic depression when he realizes he has nothing else to do.
- Villains Never Lie: Cruelly zigzagged. His insinuations that Silas messed with Cyborg's memories are true, but he added a fake video to that Paranoia Fuel to push them against each other. And it worked.
- Where's the Fun in That?: He dislikes the idea of hurting the Doom Patrol directly, saying it wouldn't be fun, so he instead tries to drive them insane.
Sturmbannführer Heinrich Von Fuchs
Played by: Julian Richings
Appearances: Doom Patrol
A Nazi scientist who migrated to Paraguay after WWII for health reasons.
- Dark Lord on Life Support: He is held alive by tubes plugged into his body.
- Expy: Of General Immortus from the comics.
- Hive Queen: His henchmen turn out to be a Hive Mind under his control.
- Mad Scientist: A doctor committed to "expanding the capabilities of the human body", as his puppet show explains.
- Punny Name: Much humor is had at the name "Fuchs".
- Stupid Jetpack Hitler: He is capable of giving superpowers to people who can pay for them.
- The Von Trope Family: His full name is Doctor Von Fuchs.
Steve Larsen / Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man
Played by: Alec Mapa
Appearances: Doom Patrol
An average tourist who came to Fuchtopia in the hopes of being transformed, and got his wish.
- Adaptational Wimp: In the comics, he could turn any part of his body into any animal, vegetable (plant) and mineral. Here he seems to be stuck with what he's got (See Half-Human Hybrid).
- He also can't control his dinosaur head at all, resulting in it turning on him and clamping down on his human head during an attempted convenience store robbery because it was agitated by their Stocking Mask and the sudden yelling.
- Adaptation Name Change: His first name is Sven in the comics and Steven in the show.
- Beneath Notice: Its unclear if the Bureau of Normalcy has ignored him because of his assistance in the Fuchs investigation or because he's about on the same level of threat as the Beard Hunter.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: After assessing his budget accordingly, Steve's idea of a discount superpower to have installed was "magnet feet" that he could use to walk on walls.
- Cursed with Awesome: Upon seeing his new form, Steve immediately blurts out, "Cool!"
- Demoted to Extra: The original version was one of the Patrol's recurring adversaries and a serious threat, as you'd expect from having the power to change into literally anything. In the series he only shows up sometimes on the news to show another humiliating moment in his "supervillain career".
- Even Evil Has Standards: He is visible uncomfortable by the implications that Doctor Von Fuchs created Nazi super-soldiers
- Half-Human Hybrid: Most of his body is inhuman, sporting a right arm and leg made of plant matter, a left leg made of crystalline stones, and a saurian left arm and extra head.
- Harmless Villain: Whatever powers he may have, he seems to only use them to... rob grocery stores.
- LEGO Genetics: As a result of spending too much time in the chamber.
- Multiple Head Case: He has a second, dinosaur-esque head. A billboard gag in Season 2 reveals that the dinosaur side is female and has slowly become sentient, now calling herself "Denise" and writing a best-selling tell-all memoir apparently badmouthing Steve.
- Mythology Gag: He was from Sweden in the comics. In the show, he's stated to be from Sweden, New York.
- Race Lift: Swedish in the comics, played by a Filipino-American actor in the show.
- Spanner in the Works: Possibly. His mutation seems to have put whatever's left of Fuch's operations under investigation, to the point of attempted assassination.
- Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Played with. He certainly gets people's attention, but rather than consider him a deadly supervillain, the news just covers him under their "Stupid Criminal of the Week" segment. Which isn't entirely incorrect.
Ernest Franklin / Beard Hunter
Played by: Tommy Snider
Appearances: Doom Patrol
Ernest Franklin, also known as Beard Hunter, is a freelance mercenary. Using his beard-based metahuman powers, Ernest hunts the world's bearded men. Franklin is a Pogonophiliac, and takes sexual pleasure from consuming facial hair. He has the ability to obtain information and powers when he consumes people's beards.
- Ambiguously Gay: It is unknown if he's straight or not since he isn't shown to be attracted to women. Its implied he's interested in men with facial hair.
- Adaptation Dye-Job: In the comics, he has blond hair, but in the show, he has brown hair.
- Adaptational Badass: Well, relatively. He's still a joke, but his obsession with beards certainly didn't give him powers in the comics.
- Adaptational Ugliness: In the comic, he's an attractive, muscular guy, but in the show, he's an overweight man.
- Ambiguous Disorder: According to him, he has a hormonal disorder where hes unable to develop facial hair.
- Basement-Dweller: Hes an overweight, full-grown man who currently lives in his mothers basement.
- HeelFace Revolving Door: His time with Danny chills him out considerably and he's content to just live a normal life. Then he falls off the wagon and lets Mr. Nobody conquer Danny in exchange for beard hair.
- Laser-Guided Karma: His hunt for Niles's beard leads him right to a fake Niles Caulder doll... and a giant monster.
- Malicious Misnaming: Hammerhead calls him "Pube Stalker."
- Nightmare Fetishist: He has a disturbing habit of eating people's beards. He seems to be a literal fetishist in that beards get him sexually aroused, but actually eating beards is like a euphoric drug to him.
- Not-So-Harmless Villain: As gross as he is, one taste of Vic's beard hair is enough for Ernest to completely outmanoeuvre and emotionally wreck him in a fight.
- Small Name, Big Ego: Says the name "Beard Hunter" with a lot more gravitas than he really should and has the audacity to proclaim that he defeated Cyborg, despite not even trying to land an attack on him.
Dr. Jonathan Tyme / Doctor Tyme
Played by: Brandon Perea
Appearances: Doom Patrol
- Adaptation Name Change: In the comics his name was Percival Sutter, but here it's Jonathan Tyme.
- Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: In the comics Dr. Tyme liked to claim he was the arch-nemesis of the Doom Patrol, but here it's clear he prefers to be left alone, partying in his time capsule for as long as he wants without caring about the Patrol.
- Mundane Utility: What does he use his awesome time traveling powers for? Create a roller-blade party at the tune of Bad Girls with guests from different timelines.
- My Nayme Is: Yes, the Doom Patrol can't help but notice that his name is Dr. Tyme with a 'Y'.
- Not a Mask: What the Doom Patrol thought was just a silly looking clock-shaped helmet turns out to be his actual head.
- Unobtanium: The alien mineral Continiuinum that gave him his powers.
- Villainy-Free Villain: He doesn't seem to be using his time-traveling powers to cause any harm, unlike his comic book counterpart who at least used his time ray to commit petty theft.
Played by: Roger Floyd
Appearances: Doom Patrol
- Did Not See That Coming: Similarly to the comics, he didn't expect that Niles would stab him with his own knife.
- Emotion Eater: Specifically feeds on the pain and suffering from others.
- Mind Rape: Inflicts it on Niles, Rita and Larry in order to break them and turn them into butterflies for his collection.
- Not So Similar: He believed Niles enjoyed the pain and suffering of others just like he did, which is why he wanted to make Niles his apprentice, so he was sorely disappointed that the Chief revealed he doesn't.
- Not Wearing Tights: His outfit is mostly accurate to his appearance in the comics, but he only wears a partial mask.
- Sadist: How do you call a being that feeds on pain and suffering?
Earth-9 Batman's Rogues Gallery
An infamously psychotic criminal and Batman's Arch-Enemy.
- Ax-Crazy: One of the most twisted criminals to walk the Earth.
- Alternate Self: Many amongst The Multiverse.
- The Faceless: He only appeared in Dick's hallucinations (so far) and the show made great efforts to obscure his face.
- The Ghost: He only appeared in Dick's hallucinations (so far).
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He has Lime colored hair, at least according to Dick's hallucinations.
Appearances:A notorious criminal in Gotham City.
A notorious criminal in Gotham City.
A notorious criminal in Gotham City.