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In the Renegade verse, Grayven has been abducted by Justice Lord Batman to help fend off the demolition of Earth at the hands of Thanagarian fleet.


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The Justice Lords

A version of the Justice League who decided to become totalitarian rulers to create order.

    Bruce Wayne/Batman 
The hero who seeks to atone for his actions.
  • Cover Identity Anomaly: He didn't even bother making himself look like Batman 16 when recruiting Grayven.
  • Didn't Think This Through: He was so wrapped up in getting Grayven to help him that he didn't realize that Grayven was unarmed when he took him to Earth 50.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Like in the JL animated series, he turned against the Justice Lords.
  • Hero with Bad Publicity: Justified that he used to be a former dictator, but he is one the few that that realized that the Thangarians were planning to wipe out Earth and doing something about it.
  • Loophole Abuse: Used the fact that Grayven is compelled to obey Batman due to his oath on Gaia to trick him into helping them.
  • Never Found the Body: As the Watchtower was completely destroyed, Batman's body was never found, causing Nightwing to believe he may still be alive.

    John Stewart/Green Lantern 
The former Green Lantern of the Sector.
  • Berserk Button: Hurting Shayera
  • Discard and Draw: He was kicked out of the Green Lantern Corps and lost his ring. Later, he was given the power to wield the Green Light of Will himself by Grayven.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He wants to make for his actions and save Earth.
  • The Power of Love:
    • He willingly acts a power source for Grayven so Shayera could be cured, meaning he had to sit there and watch in fear as she was taken apart so the ring would work.
    • Invoked in his attempt to use the Star Sapphire as a power source. It didn't go well.
  • Powered by a Forsaken Child: Downplayed, but his fear is used as a power source by Grayven to heal Shayera with Sinestro's Ring

    Shayera Hol/Hawkgirl 
The former spy of the Thanagarians.
  • Atrocious Alias: Downplayed but she doesn't like her alias since she's a grown woman being called Hawkgirl but the intelligence agency she worked her gave her it to make her sound more friendly.
  • Body Horror: Lex Luthor's depowering device turned the Nth metal in her body into lead, dooming her to a slow and painful death by lead poisoning.
  • Ill Girl: Dying of lead poisoning, unlike most examples she looks like a wreck.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Had no part with Thanagar's plan to take over and wipe out Earth.
  • White Sheep: Unlike her counterpart, she was not involved with the Thanagarian fleet as she was deathly ill for months and didn't know until after she was healed.

    Clark Kent/Kal-El/Superman 
The former leader of the Justice Lords.
  • Brought Down to Normal: The Power Nullifier that was used on him left him riddled with exotic energy that canceled his powers, but it would have worn off in five years.
    • De-Power: Grayven unleashed powdered Gold Kryptonite to permanently rob him of his power.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: His whole belief. Unlike the others, he regrets nothing and thought the Justice Lords were a great idea, so Grayven decided to make sure he remained powerless.
  • Your Head Asplode: Killed Darkseid this way, as part of his Start of Darkness.

    Wally West/Flash I 
The late hero whose death was the impetus for the Lords' totalitarian methods.
  • The Heart: For the Justice Lords. His death was the impetus for their totalitarian rule.
  • Posthumous Character: Dead in the backstory, leading to the Justice Lords rise to power.

    Diana/Wonder Woman 
The former champion of the Olympians.

    J'onn J'onzz/Martian Manhunter 
The last Martian of his universe.
  • Brought Down to Normal: Luthor's device left him without his shape-shifting and telepathy.
  • Opt Out: While he does feel remorse for his actions and was offered to be re-powered, he chooses to remain on Mars to work on restoring his near-extinct race instead.



An organization that rose in prominence after the fall of the Justice Lords.

    In General 

    Father Time 
The leader of SHADE.

    Gonzo the Mechanical Bastard 
An Apokoliptian android that SHADE used to replace the president.
  • Kill and Replace: Replaced the President of the United States of America before he was even sworn into office.


    Hro Talak 
The leader of the Thanagarians who are trying to destroy Earth.
  • Determinator: Challenged the person he thinks is leading the force that is conquering his people to single combat. He has to be completely beaten into submission because he wouldn't otherwise.


    In General 
  • Decapitated Army: With the death of Darkseid, Apokolips is falling apart at the seams.
  • Enemy Civil War: With Darkseid gone, everyone is trying to claw their way up to the top.

The youngest of the Female Furies.
  • Body-Count Competition: An ongoing game between her and the other Furies is who can kill the most with points to creativity.
  • Enfante Terrible: A child by New God standards, she is sadistic and loves watching people suffer.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: She cannot understand why Grayven wouldn't want to participate in Apokolips' civil war.

Earth 50's version of the God of Conquest.
  • The Dreaded: The Thanagarians fear him, as he was the one who transformed the Gordanians from a directionless joke into a powerful interstellar army.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Refuses to anything to do with Apokolips' civil war.
  • Villain Has a Point: While no better than his brethren, he's right that there is nothing about Apokolips worth fighting for.

    Granny Goodness 
The leader of the Female Furies.
  • Slashed Throat: Courtesy of Grayven 16 using the Sword of Second and Third.



    Doctor Impossible 

The New God of Assassination.


A new hero group that watches over Earth 50 without going to far.

    Kara In-Ze/Supergirl 
The former sidekick of Superman.
  • Significant Wardrobe Shift: She goes from her traditional outfit to a darker one after joining SHADE. She wears a new version of her old outfit after SHADE is exposed and she joins Stormwatch. She later gets a new outfit, as she doesn't want to be associated with Superman, at least in public.
  • Took a Level in Cynic: Superman's fall from grace has made her less cheerful.

    Mister Miracle 
A New God who has been hiding on Earth with his wife.

    Big Barda 
A New God who has been hiding on Earth with her husband.

    Eliza Harmon/ Flash II 
A fan of the Flash who was given his powers by Grayven.
  • Affirmative Action Legacy: Is the successor to Wally West and the first female Flash.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: Gets attacked and her home vandalized regularly for supporting the Flash.
  • Ascended Fangirl: She was originally a huge Flash fan. The fact that she remained one even after opinion of the Justice Lords soured is what leads her to being given the Garret Formula.
  • The Heart: Grayven empowered her so that she can serve as this just as the first Flash did.
  • Motivational Lie: Is given a message from her hero, the late Flash who tells her his secret identity and his plan to make her his successor and along with a vial of the chemical that gave him his powers. All of it was engineered by Grayven to make a successor.

    Richard "Dick" Grayson/Nightwing 
Batman's former protege.
  • Pragmatic Hero: He is willing to work with the Justice Lords if there is a good enough reason.

    Billy Batson/Captain Marvel 
A hero who retired when he refused to join SHADE.

    Kyle Rayner/Green Lantern 
The current Green Lantern of Earth.

    Joseph Gardner/Carter Hall/Hawkman 
An archaeologist who had his mind altered after coming into contact with Thanagarian technology.

    Zatanna Zatara 
A stage magician who has actual magic powers.






    Sinestro's Ring 
Sinestro 50's ring which was taken from his corpse. Grayven takes it for himself.

    Lynne Wayland 
A young girl who was one of many being indoctrinated with the Anti-Life Equation

    Rex Grayven Stewart 
John and Shayera's infant child.

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