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WARNING MAJOR UNMARKED SPOILERS FOR SEASON 2 EPISODES 27 and 33! VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.

Earth -14 is the Crime Syndicate verse of Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths

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Young Offenders

    In General 
  • Evil Counterpart: Of The Team.
  • Wild Teen Party: Part of being a wild bunch of villainous teenagers, in which Power Ring doesn't find the joy of cleaning up their vomit.

    Power Ring 
An alternate version of the SI that ended up in this reality with a blue ring.

    B01-Ultraboy/Jonathan Kent 
A clone of Ultraman created by Lex Luthor and intended to be a weapon to be used against the Syndicate.
  • Defusing The Tykebomb: A villainous variant, Ultraboy was created by the heroes to be their weapon but Ultraman takes him under his wing and raises him as his son.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Despite being villainous, he loved his father and is mourning over his death. He is also in a loving relationship with Mistress Martian.
  • Happily Adopted: Ultraman took him in and raised him as his own son.
  • The Leader: The field leader of the Young Offenders.
  • Meaningful Name: Is named after Ultraman's father, signifying how much Ultraman genuinely cares for him.
  • Super Speed: Is noted to be very fast.
  • Tyke-Bomb: Created by the Justice Underground to fight Ultraman.
  • Villainous BSoD: He is becoming less incisive following the wake of Ultraman's death.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Unlike Superboy, Ultraboy actually gets some fatherly attention from Ultraman.

    B03-Mistress Martian/M'gavv 
  • Kill It with Fire: How Zatanna manages to fend her off.
  • Mind Rape: Causes the minds of her opponents to feel unbearable agony.
  • Sadist: Reacts with glee when causing pain and suffering with her psychic abilities.
  • Villain Has a Point: She was extremely offended see her counterpart pass as a Green Martian, insulted that M'gann would hide herself like that. M'gann admits her villain counterpart has a point.
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    Talon/Jason Todd 
A street kid who survived Owlman's experimentation with cybernetics.

    B05-Mary Mayhem 
The true form of Superwoman who was somehow split off and became her own entity.

    B08-Lamprey 
A subordinate of Barracuda.

    Jackie Quick 
  • Evil Brit: Is noted to be British and is evil.

    Arrowette 
  • Badass Normal: The only member of her team who doesn't have superpowers or cybernetic enhancements.
  • Evil Sounds Raspy: OL notes that her voice has a rasp that Artemis' doesn't.
  • Mythology Gag: Arrowette is the name of the character Artemis is based on from the Young Justice comic.
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    Zorina 
The daughter of Boss Giovanni.
  • Kid with the Leash: Has the fallen angel Zauriel bond as her bodyguard and forced to do her bidding.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Like Zatanna in Identity Crisis, she has no problems wiping/rewriting the memories of her teammates
  • Not So Different: Zorina's life runs parallel to her counterpart, particularly their fathers Boss Giovanni/Zatara being possessed by Doctors Chaos/Fate.
  • With Friends Like These...: Is Power Ring's closest ally but she doesn't trust him and would back-stab him if she had the chance and motive.

The Syndicate

    In General 
  • Appropriated Appellation: The supervillains used to work against each other until President Wilson started to crack down on them and referred them as "the Syndicates of super powered criminals which beset this great country," is what caused the previous inter-rivaling and powerful supervillains to team-up and form their own alliance, the Syndicate.
  • Evil Power Vacuum: With Ultraman and several Syndicate heads dead, the surviving Made Men went into civil war to claim their territory for themselves.

Management

    Ultraman 
  • Affably Evil: Is calm and treats his underlings like family and was willing to hear Power Ring out after the latter shows his remorse.
  • Brooklyn Rage: Born and raised
  • Brought Down to Normal: Was de-powered and then beaten to death with a crowbar.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones/"Well Done, Dad!" Guy: He actually loved his clone Ultraboy and even gives him his father's name, Jonathan Kent.
  • Irony: Despite being a ruthless villain, he is a genuinely good parent to Ultraboy in stark contrast to Superman.
  • Killed Off for Real: Killed by President Slade Wilson.
  • Law of Inverse Fertility: Wanted to start his own family, but as an alien is genetically incompatible with humans. He tried to have a child created but the science wasn't advanced enough to do so. So he was pleased to find out about Ultraboy.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Of a sort. He was willing to forgive people acting against him if he felt they'd made proper restitution, and he was willing to let Power Ring try and talk him into shutting down Owlman's World Destroying Bomb plan after he expressed his doubts about it.

    Owlman 
An amoral criminal who uses planning and advanced technology to get his way.

    Superwoman 
A superpowered sadist and the lover of Owlman.

    J'edd J'arkus 
A Martian criminal who lives on Earth.

Justice Underground

    In General 
  • Good Is Not Nice: Power Ring described them as rather overzealous.
  • Knight Templar: Goes to rather extreme lengths to fight the Syndicate, including to cloning Ultraman.

Others

    President Slade Wilson 
  • Crusading Widower
  • Gone Horribly Wrong/Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Wilson's harsh policy against supervillains is what caused the previously inter-rivaling and powerful supervillains to team-up and form the Syndicate.
  • Good Is Not Nice: His policies against supervillains are just as brutal as the villains' actions.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: He does this to a depowered Ultraman with a crowbar.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Prior to the formation of the Syndicate, President Wilson was eliminating the proliferations of supervillains in the United States by nearly turning the country into a police state. After the fall of the Management, Wilson went an all out war on the rest of the Syndicate in which it is justified for what Ultraman did to his wife and would do the same to his family and loved ones.


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