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The Nguyens

    In General 
  • Badass Family: Everyone in this family can kick butt. Cheshire is a current/ex supervillain, Artemis is a superhero, Paula is ex-supervillain getting back into fighting shape and Thi Nhung used to fight in the Viet Minh!
  • Family of Choice: Both OLs have adopted themselves into the family to the point to spending the holidays with them. Although for Grayven, they are his future in-laws.

    Cheshire/Jade Nguyen 
An assassin and member of the League of Shadows. She is the daughter of Sportsmaster and sister of Artemis.
  • Dark Action Girl
  • Dating Catwoman: In the Renegade timeline, her being a Reverse Mole was hidden by pretending to be OL's girlfriend. She later becomes Grayven's girlfriend for real, and his fiancee.
  • Don't You Dare Pity Me!: She's a bit offended when Paul hugs her when she mentions having to leave school for the League of Shadows.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Makes one thanks to Paul's influence.
  • Omniglot: Knows seven languages.
  • The Pardon: Grayven is aiming to get one for her. He succeeds to get one just before the Light is decapitated. Downplayed in the Paragon timeline, as she got transferred to a nicer low-security prison for her actions in holding back the break-out in Belle Reve and has been given a reduced sentence.
  • Reformed, but Not Tamed: Was originally a Dark Action Girl and assassin, but got caught by Paragon!OL and sent to jail. She is slowly reforming due to Paul but she still has her edges.
  • Reverse Mole: In the Renegade timeline, she's Grayven's eye into the League of Shadows.

    Paula "Tuyet" Nguyen/Huntress 
The mother of Artemis and Jade and a retired supervillain

    Nguyen Thi Nhung 
The mother of Paula and grandmother of Artemis and Jade.
  • Cool Old Lady: Is fairly easygoing and open-minded.
  • Retired Badass: She fought against the French in the Vietnamese army as a artillery spotter and then join the Viet Minh against the Americans. She taught Paula how to fire an AK 47.
  • Wrong Assumption: When Grayven and Jade first meet her in Vietnam, she assumed that Jade was getting married to Grayven. To be fair, she met Paula's husband once before Paula married him.


    Commissioner James "Jim" Gordon 

    Detective Harvey Bullock 

    Detective Renee Montoya 


Other Residents

    Holly Robinson 
A Gotham thief and friend to Selena Kyle that Paul tries to reform.

    Catwoman/Selina Kyle 

    Jennifer Gordon-Hewitt 
A collector of villain memorabilia.

Belle Reve


    Amanda Waller 
The warden of Belle Reve.
  • Good Is Not Nice: She is dedicated in her job to keeping criminals in Belle Reve, but is also quite rude to OL whenever they meet.
  • Ignored Expert: After she loses her position as head of Belle Reve, no one listens to her despite her being the premier authority in metahuman internment. She gets the position back the moment Hugo Strange stages the breakout.
  • Iron Lady: Is extremely tough and a tad ruthless which she has to be in order to run a super-villain prison.
  • Not So Above It All: She shown to have a sense of humor when she teases Paul on how he crashed Senator Knight's chances for election.
  • The Scapegoat: Gets the full blame for the attempted Belle Reve breakout. She gets the position back after the second breakout.

    William Bendemann 
The assistant deputy warden of Belle Reve.

    Doctor Hugo Strange 
The resident psychiatrist of Belle Reve.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Downplayed as everyone knows there is something fishy about him. He is helpful in allowing OL's visitations to the Terror Twins and Abra Kadabra and styles himself as a Reasonable Authority Figure.
  • Broken Pedestal: herleen Quinzel looked up to Hugo Strange for having enough faith in her ability to work for the prestigious Belle Reve and didn't think she got her position due to looks. She is horrified when she finds out he hired her because he thought she would be easy to manipulate.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He is very manipulative of people to the point that he deliberately grooms and picks marks.
  • Mole in Charge: Is part of the Light and is charge of Belle Reve. It gets him into huge trouble when the people at Belle Reve find out much to his horror.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Subverted. He is actually in league with the Light.
  • The Shrink: The harmful variant. Various inmates note that when they go to him, their emotional problems get worse.
  • Slimeball: Everyone knows that there is something off about him, but no one can place their finger on it.

    Doctor Harleen Quinzel 
A psychiatrist who specializes in criminal metahumans. She became Belle Reve's psychiatrist after Strange became interim warden.
  • Accent Relapse: Her Brooklyn accent comes in full force when she's terrified or nervous.
  • Action Survivor: She's a regular therapist that has to defend herself with a mallet when the prisoners of Belle Reve were set loose.
  • Adaptational Heroism: While we don't know what the future holds for her, thus far she has not shown any signs of the villainy that her main universe alter-ego -Harley Quinn, The Joker's Beau- does.
  • The Shrink: She is a Type C, Awesome Shrink. Regardless of how she got it, the inmates note her to be a genuine help to them. Otto Fisher, a Lantern villain, notes that she helped him put his problems in perspective.
  • Uniqueness Value: Despite her reputation being tainted by her association with Hugo Strange, Waller notes that she can't fire her because her record is impeccable and she is vouched for by several different people.


    Terror Twins/Thomas and Tuppence Beresford 
A pair of twins who wanted to use their superpowers to get easy money.
  • Book Dumb: They have very little in school education. Thomas is working to rectify it.
  • Cut Lex Luthor a Check: Once OL pointed the various ways they could make more money using their powers, Thomas is trying to find something that he would enjoy doing with their powers.
  • Funetik Aksent: Their accents are written in one.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Both are working their way to one.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: Tuppence believes that Killer Frost was her good friend and believes Paul to be a bad influence. Thomas and Paul call her out on this.
  • Randomly Gifted: They're metahumans born to normal parents. It turns out their mother was used as a test subject under the guise of free in vitro fertilization. In reality, her unborn children (the genetic material was deliberatly manipulated to produce twins) were exposed to a prototype recreation of the original Danner formula. The man responsible? Dr Thaddeus Sivana, who was doing it as a test run for his own future offspring, Magnificus and Beutia.
  • Reformed Criminal: They are slowly becoming one.
  • Thicker Than Water: When he gets the chance for a transfer to a nicer prison, Thomas refuses because he would be separated from Tuppence. Similarly, when a mass breakout is staged on New Years Day, Tuppence has the opportunity to flee... but refuses due to Thomas not doing so. When OL first met them, he used the ring to observe their mental processes and finds that the two of them consider themselves an inseparable team against the whole world.

    Abra Kadabra 
A time-traveler who came to the present to learn magic.
  • Cassandra Truth: To Dr. Quinzel's suprise, he is honest about being from the future.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: He wants to experience wonder, which he believes that he can achieve by learning magic. Which he succeeds at when he is taught to summon a plasma elemental and cast a truth spell.
  • Magic from Technology: Uses future tech to fake being magical
  • Magic Versus Science: He uses future tech to make a name for himself as a villain but wants to learn and work with magic. In his own time, magic is even rarer than it is in the present.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: His real name is not known.
  • Pet the Dog: Tutored Tommy Terror on his GED coursework.
  • Trapped in the Past: Deliberately trapped himself in the past. He specifically chose this time period because its noted as having a lot of schizo tech present which means his own wont get noticed by his own society back in the future.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Orange Lantern?: Is terrified of Orange Lanterns for causing the Orange Dawn in his original time, where Larfleeze lost his power battery to the Reach and sent construct Lanterns out to assimilate everything in order to retrieve it.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: He can't go to his original time without being executed for time traveling

    Otto Fisher/Aerialist 
An enemy of Hal Jordan who was wrongly accusing the hero for the death of his wife. He has since realized that Hal was not the problem and wants to go straight.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He pointedly refused to break out of prison because his sentence was almost up and he wants to get his past behind him. He even helps OL fight the Kobra Cult as bait.
  • Heel Realization: Thanks to Doctor Quinzel, he was able to put his problems into perspective and realize that his wife's death wasn't Jordan's fault and that he needed someone to blame.
  • Revenge: Initially became a supervillain to get revenge on Lantern Jordan for getting his wife killed in the crossfire of a fight.

    Captain Cold/Leonard Snart 
An enemy of the Flash who uses cold guns.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: His father abused his family, causing his mother to abandon them.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He says killing is not his thing.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He invented his first cold gun in prison using parts he found laying around despite having an incomplete education.
  • The Social Expert: He was the one who formed and led the Rogues, a group of the Flash's enemies who had no prior relationship before then.


    Francis "Chas" Chandler 
A cab driver and friend of Constantine.

    Clarice Sackville 
A high-ranking member of the Tate Club.

    Albert Case 
A member of the Tate Club and companion of Clarice.

    Map/Ken Ondaate 
The shaman of London.
  • Almighty Janitor: A powerful magician who prefers cleaning the rails of London's subway than doing anything with his incredible power.
  • Place of Power: The city of London.


    Queen Mera 
The wife of Aquaman.

An Atlantian artificer that OL becomes acquainted with.
  • Bookworm: OL was able to bribe him into working for him by giving him a bunch of science textbooks. Justified since Atlantis is a magic-based society and never bothered to learn the basics of science.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: A magical variant, Paul came to him to find a charm to block magic. After the events of Displaced he has a Royal Warrant and a bigger workshop due to his charms' effectiveness. He is chosen as the magic specialist for the cure-tech think tank.
  • Mermaid Problem: He can't reproduce with non-manta ray Atlantians for this reason.
  • Our Mermaids Are Different: Is part manta-ray. This poses a problem as he mentions they are plagued with genetic illnesses due to a shallow gene-pool and he only has about three candidates when it comes to reproducing.
  • Rank Up: After the events of Displaced, he comes from teacher to Royal Artificer when Queen Mera finds out that his invention, the Spell-Eater allowed people to tank hits from Klarion.

    Lori Lemaris 
An Atlantean that has the body of a traditional mermaid and a classmate of Garth and Tula.

An Atlantean and a classmate of Garth and Tula.
  • Fan Boy: Is one for surface world culture, he gets his wish when Queen Mera permits him and others to visit Metropolis.
  • Freaky Is Cool: Is surprisingly popular on the surface due to his similarity to a popular cartoon character.
  • Shrinking Violet: Is actually pretty shy.
  • Younger Than They Look: He is noted to be very well built, but is currently 13.

    King Naauve Sha'ark 
Younger of the two kings of Nanauve, which seems to run on a Spartan-style system where one ruler must always be present. Bit of a jerk, but responsible when push comes to shove.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: Despite learning magic, King Sha'ark is basically a magic-enhanced aquatic melee fighter, not a full-blown caster. For this reason, he decides not to participate in the fight against Klarion in Displaced; he's not capable of fighting up to par on land.


The first G-Goblin made by Cadmus.

The third G-Goblin made by Cadmus.


    In General 
  • All Lesbians Want Kids: Amazon culture used to revolve around child-rearing and mentoring and a good number of them want children.
  • Hidden Elf Village: They all made the deliberate decision to seclude themselves in a hidden island in the Aegean Sea.
  • Immortal Procreation Clause: Averted. While they're all immortal, the only thing stopping them from having children is that there's no men and they want nothing to do with men. The desire for motherhood is seen as a moral weakness. Paul offers a way around this by using modern technology to allow them to reproduce with each other.
  • Lady Land: There are no men in the Themyscira since they died out of old age.
  • Medieval Stasis: The Themyscira has not changed in the least for thousands of years.
  • Screw You, Elves!: Grayven wants nothing to do with them as they are deliberately close-minded and have no worthy resources worth speaking of.

    Queen Hippolyta 
The queen of Themyscira and the mother of Diana.
  • Cool Old Lady: Has a sense of humor and not afraid to tease her daughter. While she does like Paul's ideas of opening the Themyscira to the rest of the world, she will not force it on them unless they all agree.
  • The High Queen: Is very regal and dignified.
  • I Want Grandkids: While surprised, she's pretty pleased that she has a new grandson in Kon.
  • White Sheep: Her mother Queen Otrera was a fierce, bloodthirsty warlord and her father is Ares! She's the exact opposite of them by being diplomatic and peaceful.

Queen Hippolyta's chief bodyguard.

The chief priestess on Themyscira.

An Amazon who somewhat befriended Grayven.


Hephaestus' most loyal worshiper and the best blacksmith on Themyscira.

    The Circle 
The former royal guard. Alkyone and three of her fellow guards tried to kill Diana when she was just a baby.
  • For Want of a Nail: Alkyone could have raised Donna and gotten her wish of being a mother if she didn't misread the vision Apollo sent her.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Alkyone has this realization when she realizes that Diana really is her beloved queen's daughter and that she had committed treason.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Hippolyta. This is part of why they want to kill Diana, as they does not trust the latter.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Alkyone and her cohorts truly see Diana as a monster that is deceiving Hippolyta and wish to "save" their beloved queen.

The priestess to the temple of Hades.

Greco-Roman Pantheon

    In General 
  • Gods Need Prayer Badly: While they can exist dependently of mortals and are still powerful, their number of worshipers determine how much they can influence the mortal realm.
  • Post Modern Magic: Eris has a calling card for worshipers to call upon and Helios loves modern music.

The King of the Olympians and the Greek God of the Sky. He is also the father of Cassie Sandsmark.
  • Bolt of Divine Retribution: His M.O. He uses one of these on Grayven when the latter angers him with blasphemy, but Grayven's armor and various protections shields him. He is much more successful against Paul.
  • The Casanova: Is very rugged and handsome and still popular with the ladies.
  • Disappeared Dad: Is one to Cassie.
  • The Ghost: Has not appeared in person in the story yet.
  • Really Gets Around: He still sleeps with as many women that he can find.
  • Sarcastic Confession: He flat out told Dr. Sandsmark that he was Zeus. She thought he was joking.

Paul's patron deity and the Greek Goddess of Chaos.
  • Bald Woman: She has a shaved head.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: Whether she's helpful or destructive depends on her amusement. While she's supportive of Paul's desire to bring progress to the Themyscira, it's noted that she had her previous worshipers commit suicide in tribute to her when Themyscira became completely isolationist.
  • Dark Is Evil/Dark Is Not Evil: Chaos is a neutral force, it can be destructive or progressive.
  • Ms. Exposition: She explains the backstory of Hippolyta and what happened the previous Eris devotees
  • Pals with Jesus/God Was My Copilot: After Paul gives a show of devotion to her and helps her with her mom, Eris is in the background helping his integration with the Amazons in subtle ways.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: When she first meets Paul, she calls herself Seris.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • She flat out warns Paul what happened to her last worshipers.
    • She has Paul cheer her "nan" Hera when the latter was distraught over Zeus' infidelity.
  • My Card: She gives Paul her calling card if he wants to contact her. It actually translates to "For a Good Time, Call-"
  • Steven Ulysses Perhero: Her disguise is named Seris for crying out loud.
  • The Trickster: She is the Goddess of Chaos after all.

The Queen of the Olympians and the Greek Goddess of Marriage.
  • Adaptational Heroism: Not nearly as awful as she was in the original myths, where she'd often take out her rage on Zeus's lovers and illegitimate offspring because she couldn't do anything to him directly. While she's definitely angry about it, she has made no move against either Cassandra or Dr Sandsmark.
  • Angel Unaware: Accidentally invoked, but Paul didn't realize the distraught drunk priestess was Hera until after the fact. She in fact warned Paul that Hera was listening very carefully when he offered her advice.
  • Awful Wedded Life: While she loves Zeus, her marriage to him has been absolutely horrible with his constant philandering. It's telling how ecstatic she is when she realizes that divorce means no longer dealing with Zeus.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: She gets wasted in her temple when she has to face the fact that yes, Zeus cheated on her AGAIN and was lying about turning a new leaf.
  • Odd Job Gods: On the realization that modern marriages have divorces as part of the process, she becomes the Goddess of Marriage and Divorce. She now has a civilian identity writing a relationship advice column.
  • Oxymoronic Being: She did not understand how the Goddess of Marriage could justify a divorce since that would mean she's not married.

The Greek God of Fire and the Forge.
  • Actor Allusion: According to Paul, his voice sounds like the old man from Up. Said old man was also Hephaestus.
  • Genius Cripple: Like in the myth, he has a horribly stunted leg, which is propped up by a mechanical brace he built.
  • My Beloved Smother: While not horribly so, Hera definitely bosses him around quite a bit and tries to get him to leave his cheating wife Aphrodite.

The Greek personification of the Earth.
  • Green Thumb
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: She personally thanks OL, Zatanna, and Constantine for saving Euanthe from Nergal's power and also further thanks OL for his work in cleaning pollution and reglaciating the North Pole.


The Greek Goddess of Nightmares and Madness and the daughter of Hades and Persephone.

The Greek God of Death and ruler of the Greek afterlives.
  • Berserk Button: Other pantheons interfering with his domain. He is greatly angered when he learns that the Silver City took Paul's soul when he was briefly dead.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Despite Zeus asking otherwise, he has decided to judge Paul fairly when he dies.
  • Mellow Fellow: Paul notes that he gives off this vibe.

The Roman God of the Forge.

The Greek God of Prophecy.
  • Jerkass Gods: It's his fault that the Circle tried to kill Diana as a baby. He also doesn't try to rectify his mistakes and decides to let the pieces fall where they lay.


    Doctor Cranius/Otto von Schadel 
The leader of Aberrance and resident Mad Scientist.

Doctor Cranius' companion, assistant, and main form of transportation.

    Niko Parish 
The COO of Uncorporation.

    Rupert Jameson/Janus Senior 
The CEO of Uncorporation.

    Rupert Jameson Jr./Janus Junior 
The Chief of Security of Uncorporation.

    The Face 
A metahuman who was turned into an Un-Man.


    J'onn J'aarkn/John Jackson/Martian Womanhunter 
A martian biologist that came to earth decades ago and fell in love with the concept of sex.
  • Ascended Fanboy: He became a big fan of Earth after hearing stories about it from Martian Manhunter during his first return to Mars. He became so enamored that he outright shipped himself to Earth.
  • Anything That Moves: He will sleep with anyone man or woman due to his fascination with humans and sex.
  • Boldly Coming: He makes it a career and lifestyle choice to sleep with as many humans as possible. It's pointed out that Humans appeal to him in a way that Martians don't.
  • Dumbass Has a Point: While he is a huge sleazebag, he does have a point that M'gann would need his notes on human shapeshifting if she wants to improve her capabilities from someone who knows how Martian shapeshifting works. And she'll need it if she ever wants to get physically intimate with humans.
  • Everyone Has Standards: He loves to have sex with any consenting person or otherwise mess with them, but even he refuses to have anything to do with Sonic Sally.
  • Hidden Depths: He used to be a biology teacher and took extensive notes and studies on human culture and how to shapeshift himself into a variety of humans. He also ends up having extensive notes on the civil rights movement, bringing it to his home planet.
  • The Illegal: J'aarkn lived in U.S. for years without any legal documentation.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: He constantly flirts with everyone and makes innuendos to either charm them or get under their skin. He is also good friends with all of his co-workers.
  • Power Perversion Potential: He uses his shape-shifting and mind-reading powers to spice up his adult film career.
  • Pun: He's an illegal alien: in the sense that he's from Mars but also that he entered the U.S. illegally.
  • Shapeshifting Seducer: Makes a point to look like whatever his target are most attracted to.
  • Undead Tax Exemption: His arc is aversion of this: the Department of Homeland Security is trying to deport him back to Mars and needs the help of the Team to make it stick.

    K'hym J'onzz 
J'onn's daughter and a Manhunter herself.

    Prince J'emm 
A martian prince who OL goes to see in order to decide what to do with the information he possesses.
  • Playing with Fire: He can do molecular destabilization well enough to light his hand on fire for a time.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He took the time to speak with Orange Lantern and listened to his input on the Burning Martian issue once proof was provided without the assertive nature of the other martians seen so far.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: Unlike the king who sat on the information of the Burning Martian, he decides to bring it to the royal conclave.

A martian wildlife preservationist and M'gann's uncle.
  • Death of Personality: His original identity was erased because of the severity of his crimes, but K'hym J'onzz ended up reminding him. It gets removed later on again.
  • Evil Feels Good: Why his original self did cruel things.
  • Fake Memories: The current personality of his was a fabrication, done solely because they wanted him to pay his debt back to society.
  • Hidden Depths: He can't use most martian-based technology since he lacks telepathy. On the other hand, he can live on the surface without the fear of being alone from the minds of others, learned how to emote better with body language, and use Earth-based technology.
  • I Hate Past Me: Upon being brought back to how he was in the present, Ma'alefa'ak both hates and fears the monster he was.
  • Shapeshifting: Paul notes that his shapeshifting is remarkably human in terms of body language.
  • Telepathy: Averted in that he was born without the ability to use it. This prevents others from connecting to his mind, stops him from using Martian technology, and since there is a telepathic component to having children, he's effectively sterile.
    • However, once his telepathic neutering comes undone, he gets full-powered and vicious with it to Mind Rape levels.
  • That Man Is Dead: Both personalities consider one another dead.

The Sivanas

    In General 

    Dr. Thaddeus Bodog Sivana Sr. 
The patriarch of the Sivana family and an old enemy of Captain Marvel.

    Dr. Venus Sivana 
The ex-wife of Dr. Thaddeus Sivana Sr.

    Dr. Magnificus Sivana 
The first son of Dr. Thaddeus Sivana Sr. and the twin of Beautia.

    Dr. Beautia Sivana 
The first daughter of Dr. Thaddeus Sivana Sr. and the twin of Magnificus.

    Dr. Thaddeus Sivana Jr. 
The second son of Dr. Thaddeus Sivana Sr. and the twin of Georgina.

    Dr. Georgina Sivana 
The second daughter of Dr. Thaddeus Sivana Sr. and the twin of Thaddeus Jr.

Silver City

    In General 

Four Kings

The King-Angel of the Bull-Host.

Other Angels

  • Thanatos Gambit: Lets himself be killed so that he could become an angel again.

    Karrien Excalibris 
The Archangel of War.


    Talia al Ghul/Talia Head 
The daughter of Ra's al Ghul.
  • Daddy's Little Villain: She fully supported her father's plans and actively assisted him. She then turned her back on him when she found out what he did to Nyssa.
  • Dating Catwoman: She's an ex-supervillain and is dating Bruce Wayne. They later married
  • Heel–Face Turn: She turns against her father when she found out what he did to her sister.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: She had no idea that she had a sister until Paul told her.
  • Thicker Than Water: She turned her back on Ra's for Nyssa's sake, something she wouldn't do for Batman!

    Cat Grant 
A television news personality appearing on the GBS network
  • Intrepid Reporter: Whenever there is something big, she's always on the scene.
  • Open Mouth, Insert Foot: When OL tells her that he was relaxing at home during a phone interview, she snaps at him for not doing anything since there was a high child death toll. Only for OL to snap back at her: he was attempting to relax because he had been on airplane victim recovery for five days straight without sleeping or eating. She sheepishly gives an apology.

    Father Mattias 
An inquisitor and a friend of Zatara.
  • Good Shepherd: He is an Inquisitor of the Catholic Church and formerly Zatara's priest. He always remained calm and pleasant while talking to Paulphidian and is accepting of Paul's atheism.
  • My Greatest Failure: Paulphidian rifles through his memories and desires and discovers an enormous regret about having failed to save a group of drunken kids who were reading a demonic tome and ended up possessed and had to be put down.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: The only time he loses his cool is when Paulphidian backslides during his near-successful exorcism.
  • The Social Expert: In within eight minutes of meeting Paulphidian, he figures out their motives and nearly exorcises them by deconstructing their actions.

    Doctor Helena Sandsmark 
A student of a friend of Wonder Woman who had an affair with Zeus, unaware he was the actual Zeus.

    Cassandra "Cassie" Sandsmark 
A bastard of Zeus and Helena Sandsmark.
  • Children Are Innocent: She's pretty clueless about her origins.
  • Disappeared Dad: Has never met her father, and doesn't know who he really is. She wants to meet him and is disappointed to find that he inst currently visiting Themyscira when they are.
  • Divine Parentage: She's a demigod through her father Zeus.
  • Flying Brick: Part of her power.
  • Genki Girl: She's extremely energetic and excitable.
  • Goo Goo Godlike: She's eight years old and she can already fly and bench press 5 times her weight.
  • Heroic Bastard: She's the natural daughter of Doctor Sandsmark and Zeus.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Everyone is keeping her in the dark about her father.

    Nyssa Raatko 
Ra's al Ghul's estranged daughter and sister of Talia.
  • Cut Lex Luthor a Check: As opposed to any supervillainy, she makes good money working as LexCorp scientist to decipher the Danner formula.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Her father left her to die in a Nazi concentration camp when she rebelled against him!
  • Morality Pet: She loves her nephew dearly and Lex bribed her by getting him a cushy job as a LexCorp guard.
  • Older Than They Look: Due to her Lazarus Pits she certainly doesn't look her age.

    Senator Henry Knight 
A US senator who is aiming to become president.
  • My Greatest Second Chance: The meeting with OL gave him just enough of an idea that he managed to capitalize on it and plans to spearhead the connection between Atlantis' magical research and North America.
  • No Mere Windmill: Senator Henry Knight is dismissed by the public and made a laughingstock when he made an ill-informed bid to make a law banning magic after Orange Lantern mocks him in an interview informing the public on the events in Displaced. But Senator Knight was acting in response to an event caused by evil magicians that killed thousands of children when no politician dared to touch the topic.
    • Senator Knight later redeems himself politically after accidentally meeting Orange Lantern in a very informative talk. Orange Lantern gave him the most recent information explaining magic to non-magic users and discuss ways to boost America's magical defenses. Which is to initiate talks and trade with Atlantis, a magical-based country trying to establish relations with surface world countries.

    Dana Dearden 
An intern in GBS.
  • All for Nothing: Dana spent months gearing herself up to get revenge on OL for getting her fired, even spending the last of her money to get magic coins to give her powers. She was taken out easily by OL's security systems. She found out that he wasn't even responsible for getting her fired and he tried to vouch for her to her boss. Thankfully, it goes up for her from there.
  • Ancient Artifact: Has magic coins that give her powers from the various Gods, including Super Speed, Super Strength, Flight, Shock and Awe, and Super Senses.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: She was a normal intern who called OL on Cat Grant's behalf during the aftermath of Displaced.
  • Fangirl: Of Superheroes.
  • The Intern: To Cat Grant, until the interview with OL. Because she didn't inform him that it was live, they fired her to save face in the event that he planned to sue them.
  • My Greatest Second Chance: She and OL hope that the interview that he gave her will help her get back on her feet. We later learn that it gets published nationwide.
  • Reality Ensues: Unlike most characters, Dana faces the consequences of failing to make sure that OL gave informed consent when she didn't tell him that Cat Grant's interview was live and was fired.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: Dana's interviews with Orange Lantern, Aqualad and Superboy were published nationwide.
  • Unknown Rival: OL didn't think of her as a threat, at all. This actually works to her favor.

    Marie Logan 
The owner of an animal preserve near Bialya and a former child actor.
  • Bi the Way: She had a husband and was widowed. She is currently having a fling with Danette Reily.
  • Happily Married: To Danni by the time of Bindings.
  • Parents as People: She has her frustrations with being a widow needing to raise her son and dealing with Queen Bee.

    Garfield Logan 
The son of Marie Logan
  • Children Are Innocent: Believes that when Marie calls Danni her "special friend" that it's the same as saying she's her best friend.
  • Has Two Mommies: After his mother Marie marries Danni.

    Karsta Wor-Ul/Kristin Wells 
A member of the Kryptonian Stellar Navy who went AWOL when Krypton decided to go isolationist.
  • Sins of Our Fathers: She holds Kal-El responsible for Krypton because many members of the House of El supported isolationism. This was actually common on Krypton, where individuals were held accountable for the actions of other members of their house.

A Succubus acquainted with John Constantine, she's brought into the fold to prevent her from becoming a problem later on.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: She's a Succubus that could fall in love, something that shouldn't be possible.
  • Every Man Has His Price: Paul basically promised to give her raw arcane power so she wouldn't interfere with what he and John had planned out of spite for the latter. He also mentions that the importance of it (getting rid of Nabu) was enough that he'd use the Ace of Winchester to permanently kill her if he had to, but he really didn't want to.
  • Horny Devils: She was a succubus until John, Paul, and Zatanna convert her.
  • Interspecies Romance: Had an affair with an angel.
  • Love Hurts: Post-conversion, she feels love as something tangible and is very aware of it... including how many relationships she ruined. Needless to say, it hits her hard until John tells her to start trying to make things right.
  • Love Redeems: Her love for the angel Tali acts as an anchor that allows her to use the Violet Light, changing her from a simple Succubus to a Love Elemental.
  • The Power of Love: She feeds off of love after being converted by the Star Sapphire.

    Michael Sisken/Terror Thing 
A psychic used in a ritual 12 years ago, his soul was trapped with Terror Thing when John Constantine stopped it and they ultimately melded.
  • And I Must Scream: His soul has been trapped with an Fear Elemental that is eating it, with him unable to stop it or call for help.
  • Conditioned to Accept Horror: How he eventually came to assimilate Terror Thing.
    Sisken: When I lived through all of the fears that made up the Terror Thing, I did suffer. Horribly. To start with. And then… Each time, the horror got a little less. And I became more inhuman. I'm not suffering, and I think that's the worst part. I should be, but I'm not. It just feels… Right, now.
  • Death Seeker: He longs for oblivion after being bonded with the Terror Thing for around a decade. He gets over it once he finishes Hijacking Cthulhu.
  • Driven to Madness: He attempts to do this to Nabu to loosen his connection to Zatara. It makes Nabu afraid enough to blow him apart.
  • Face Your Fears: Similar to Yellow Lanterns of the Sinestro Corps, Sisken has to embrace his fear in order to master it.
  • Fusion Dance: An unwilling variant, but he was with Terror Thing for so long that it consumed him to the point they were nearly completely merged. In the end, he triumphed and took everything that was left of Terror Thing.
  • Hijacking Cthulhu: OL wants him to do this by accepting and coming to terms with the fact that he's Terror Thing now. It... doesn't work the first time.
    • It does work the second time.
  • I Am What I Am: Ultimately, he has to accept what he has become now in order to master it.
    Orange Lantern: The choice isn't between you becoming a monster and not becoming a monster. The choice is whether you become a monster that knows what it is, that holds back, or one that revels in its own nature. There's nothing inherently evil about the power of fear, any more than there is avarice.
    • He eventually follows through with it, becoming more inhuman.
  • I Know What You Fear: He's capable of knowing what something fears as long as it is capable of it. Even Nabu isn't exempt from it.
  • Killed Off for Real: Killed by Nabu during Falling Action.

    Ambush Bug/Irwin Schwab 
A human researcher empowered by alien socks. It gives him awareness of the fourth wall and has driven him somewhat insane.

    Ambrose Bierce 
A street magician who bears a passing resemblance to John Constantine.

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