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This page is for listing tropes related to non-heroic/villainous characters in the animated series Young Justice.
Introduced in Season 1
Dr. Serling Roquette
Voiced by: Tara Strong
Dr. Serling Roquette is the brilliant young scientist who invented the Fog.
- Adaptational Job Change: In the comics she was a geneticist who came to work for Cadmus when the government cleared out the previous project personnel leaving her as the de-facto head geneticist while waiting for someone else to be hired in that position due to her young age and lack of experience. Here she works for a university instead and is no longer a geneticist instead being a nano-robotics inventor.
- Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: In the comics she was a close friend of Kon-El/Conner Kent's who had a huge crush on him while the show her leaves her without any relationship with the show's version of Conner. She also loses her comic book ties to Project Cadmus and Dubbilex.
- Age Lift: She was just 16 when hired as a Cadmus geneticist in Superboy (1994) while she's a bit older here, with a focus in a different arena of the sciences.
- Can't Kill You, Still Need You: Cheshire spares her citing this reason.
- Complaining About Rescues They Don't Like: Snarks about being rescued by one person (Red Arrow)."You couldn't bring backup? What, were there budget cuts?"
- Also complains about the Team being sent to protect her instead of the Justice League.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: Doctor Roquette is a bespectacled young woman.
Voiced by: Cree Summer
Madame Xanadu is an alleged psychic in New Orleans.
- Phony Psychic: Rather unlike her comics counterpart, she uses various props to scam people, though it's stated she has "the perfect aura" for the job.
- Word of God has hinted there's more to her than that brief cameo; maybe she'll actually turn out to be a phony phony psychic? Her age was a spoiler request (for those unaware, in the comics, she was around since Arthurian times.)
- What Happened to the Mouse?: When Madame Xanadu witnessed Abra Kadabra kidnap Kent Nelson and perform apparently real magic in order to make them disappear into thin air, she ran away screaming. What became of her later on remains a mystery.
Voiced by: Jeff Bennett
Alfred Pennyworth is Bruce Wayne's loyal butler who assists his employer in his duties, both as Bruce Wayne and as the Batman. He had previously worked for Bruce's parents, Thomas and Martha Wayne, until their deaths.
- All There in the Manual: He's more likely to show up in the tie-in comics.
- Mission Control: Runs the Batcave computer when Batman and Robin are out, and has a video feed to what they're seeing.
- Parental Substitute: Suprisingly enough, this series averts the parental relationship between him and Bruce. Word of God states that he deliberately remained emotionally distant from Bruce in his youth because he felt it was inappropriate for a butler to act as a father to his "master". He regrets that and has since become closer to both Dick and Bruce.
- Secret Keeper: Like everyone of his incarnation, he knows the identity of Batman and his sidekicks.
- Servile Snarker: Not as well displayed as usual, but when Dick and Bruce are reacting to Ra's al Ghul falling to his death, he rather dryly points out that it won't be for long.
Voiced by: Nicole Dubuc
Iris West-Allen is the wife of Barry Allen, and the aunt of Wally West. She works as a reporter for GBS.
- Berserk Button: Not quite "berserk", but she really doesn't like Bart calling her toddler son "Dad," or calling her "Grandma." Mostly because, due to the time travel situation regarding Bart, she finds it extremely weird and uncomfortable.
- Cool Aunt: Case in point — On Wally's 16th birthday, Iris congratulated her nephew on his birthday on GBS, before reporting on school closures due to the heavy winter weather.
- Deadline News: In "Failsafe". Luckily it wasn't real.
- Happily Married: To Barry Allen, the second Flash.
- Interspecies Romance: Her (a human) and Flash II (a metahuman).
- Little "No": In "Failsafe", when Flash is killed in the training exercise.
- Longing Look: To Barry (as Flash) right before the above. It's all they can do live on air.
- Nice Girl: Iris shows to be an all around decent woman.
- Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Like her other incarnations; to indicate her as the Flash's wife and Kid Flash's aunt.
Paula Crock née Nguyen (formerly Huntress)
Voiced by: Kelly Hu
Paula Crock, née Nguyen, is the wheelchair-bound mother of Artemis and Cheshire, estranged wife of Sportsmaster, and formerly known as the criminal Huntress.
- Action Mom: In her early days, Paula was a career villain. Then, she got injured and gave up the "life".
- Adaptational Heroism: In the comics, Paula Crock (nee Brooks) was more sympathetic earlier in life (even original being an Anti-Hero) but eventually went full-blown supervillain. In the show, Paula was a criminal before her reformation, and she's gone completely straight (also, it's suggested she didn't go as far as her comics' counterpart, or at least for more sympathetic reasons).
- Adaptation Name Change: Her maiden name goes from Brooks to Nguyen.
- Battle Couple: In the past, she was an assassin pair with her now-estranged husband Sportsmaster.
- Broken Bird: Becoming handicapped because of villainous career? Check. Being sent away for eight years because of those said crimes, and missing out on her children growing up? Check. Her eldest daughter runs away from home and the other is in the hands of your emotionally abusive husband? Check. Paula has been put through the wringer.
- Career-Ending Injury: During a mission in her Huntress days, Paula got injured and it resulted in her paraplegia as well as a six-year jail sentence. For bonus points, she's unemployed now - she lives off a disability support pension.
- Composite Character: Of the comics' Paula Crock (nee Brooks) and Jade Nguyen's (unnamed) Vietnamese mother - done to give Jade/Cheshire a family connection to the three established characters.
- Curtains Match The Windows: Black hair and black eyes.
- Dark Action Girl: In the past, she was a criminal assassin under the name "Huntress".
- Dark and Troubled Past: A former criminal who took the fall for her partner, lost the use of her legs, and had a daughter run away from home while she was in jail. And now her remaining daughter has apparently died in the line of duty. On top of that, Kid Flash, who she's admitted is the only one who's keeping her together, is withholding the truth from her.
- Disabled in the Adaptation: Her comic counterpart was never paralyzed, but she is wheelchair-bound in this adaptation.
- Doting Grandparent: Implied. When Jade thanks Paula for babysitting Lian in "Complications", Paula responds with "My pleasure" before advising Jade to cherish as much time as he has with her daughter.
- Doting Parent: To Artemis — Paula does everything within her power to make sure her daughter gets the life she regrets not choosing.
- Education Mama: Justified. Paula wanted Artemis to go to a private school in order to better her life...something she never did.
- Evil Parents Want Good Kids: Downplayed, as it's more of "former evil parents". All in all, Paula would rather Artemis take up being a hero (at the very least) than take up "the family business".
- Good Parents: She is a genuinely loving mother and a far better parent than her estranged husband, even considering her past; she was also determined that Artemis would have the opportunities she never did. Her daughter's teammates all think she's pretty cool, too, despite their less-than-stellar opinion of Jade and Lawrence.
- HeelFace Turn: According to the tie-in comic, she's given up 'the life'. Further emphasized by her having been in jail. In "Insecurity", it was revealed she once held the alias of Huntress.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Formerly, she was the Tiny Girl to Sportsmaster's Huge Guy.
- Missing Mom: To Jade and Artemis, as she spent the next six years in jail for her crimes.
- Morality Chain: Downplayed to Jade; while it's implied her eldest daughter always hated her father for his abuse, it was Paula's imprisonment that was the deciding factor for her to run away from home, thus entering into a life of crime. Despite that, Jade is not a heartless criminal, as she has love for Paula, Artemis, Roy, and Lian.
- Multi-Ethnic Name: Her given name was American and her maiden name was Vietnamese.
- Nice Girl: She's a caring and loving person.
- Older Than She Looks: She's 48 (53 after the timeskip), but could pass for someone in their mid-thirties.
- Race Lift: From white to Vietnamese.
- Reformed Criminal: Turned in her villainous ways to become a better parent to the one of her two children who was still around.
- Retired Badass: She was once a famous villain. Now, she's just a doting, stay-at-home mom.
- Unholy Matrimony: In the past, she was an assassin with her now-estranged husband Sportsmaster.
- Villainous Cheekbones: Zigzagged. She has high cheekbones and was the villainous Huntress before her accident that resulted in her paraplegia, made her decided to give up crime.
Lucas "Snapper" Carr
Voiced by: Greg Weisman
Lucas "Snapper" Carr is a teacher at Happy Harbor High School. In his youth, he was familiar with Mount Justice and the Justice League.
By the time of Outsiders, he's the new principal of HHHS.
- Cool Teacher: Becomes this, years later; Carr became a civics teacher at Happy Harbor High School.
- Creator Cameo: Greg Weisman voices him and is one the two co-directors of the series.
- In-Series Nickname: Nicknamed "Snapper" for his habit of snapping his fingers.
- Mission Control: Takes this role in the series finale, since literally every other hero is busy.
- Nice Job Guiding Us, Hero: Was tricked by the Joker into leading him directly to Justice League headquarters. The mountain hideout at Happy Harbor was abandoned as a result.
- Tagalong Kid: To the Justice League back in the day.
- Unwitting Pawn: His carelessness led to the discovery of the Cave by the Joker in 2006.
Voiced by: Sheryl Lee Ralph
Amanda Waller is the former warden of Belle Reve Penitentiary.
- Black Boss Lady: African-American and the warden of Belle Reve.
- The Bus Came Back: After being absent since Terrors in Season 1, when she was replaced as warden of Bell Reve, she returns in the second half of Outsiders.
- Deadpan Snarker: The (super-powered) inmates take over her prison and throw her into a cell, and she just does not give a crap.Icicle Sr.: (holding Waller by her tie) Tell me how you did this, or I swear you won't thaw for a millennium!Waller: At which point you will still be in Belle Reve.
- Determinator: Stubborn to a fault.
- Good Is Not Nice: Amanda is tough, intimidating, stubborn, and harsh, traits required for a job as intense as warden of Belle Reve.
- Horrible Judge of Character: She's as hardcore as any of her other incarnations, but makes one fatal mistake - assuming Hugo Strange is a harmless armchair psychologist.
- Iron Lady: If she wasn't, she wouldn't be Waller."I am not your mother, your maiden aunt, or your friend. I am your warden, and you are my prisoners."
Queen Perdita of Vlatava
Voiced by: Ariel Winter (Season 1), Hynden Walch (Outsiders)
The young queen of Vlatava.
- Adaptation Dye-Job: She was brunette in DC Showcase: Green Arrow. Her Young Justice incarnation is blonde.
- The Bus Came Back: She returns in Outsiders as Beast Boy's girlfriend.
- Canon Immigrant: Her only prior appearance was in DC Showcase: Green Arrow, where Ariel Winter also voiced her.
- A Child Shall Lead Them: Queen of Vlatava at age ten.
- Ill Girl: She fulfills this role in "Coldhearted". The entire episode revolves around Kid Flash trying to deliver a donor heart to her for a transplant.
- Interspecies Romance: She (a human) is currently in a relationship with Beast Boy, who's a metahuman.
- Nerves of Steel: Carried over from the Green Arrow short, Perdita is never anything short of collected and poised, even when facing down a man who has tried to kill her. (Twice, if you figure that, as Weisman intended, the events of the short happened in this continuity!)
- Offscreen Romance: She started dating Beast Boy at some point between Invasion and Outsiders.
- Princesses Rule: Averted. She is called Queen.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: The first thing she does after life-threatening heart surgery is tell her supervillain uncle she's revoking his title and diplomatic immunity. That is one tough kid.
- Uptown Girl: Perdita is the current ruling monarch of Vlatava who's in a relationship with Garfield Logan (Beast Boy), who's an up-coming actor.
Voiced by: Danica McKellar
Garfield Logan's mother and former star of the short-lived sitcom Hello, Megan! During the Time Skip between seasons 1 and 2, she was murdered by Queen Bee.
- All There in the Manual: Her death was depicted in the show's companion comic.
- Bi the Way: She was vulnerable to Queen Bee's control, which, per Word of God, requires that the target be attracted to women.
- Bury Your Gays: In a roundabout way. Queen Bee is responsible for her death. Queen Bee has the power to use pheromones to control "most men and some women". The comic book tie-in reveals that Queen Bee used her powers on Marie to make her commit suicide. So whatever Marie was, she wasn't straight.
- Bus Crash: She is killed by Queen Bee during the time period between the first and second seasons.
- I Am Not Spock: Invoked. She's initially a little annoyed by M'gann's fangirling, but she warms up when M'gann explains what the show really meant to her.
Voiced by: Clancy Brown
King Faraday is an interpol agent.
- Fair Cop: An Interpol officer.
Voiced by: Alyson Stoner
A student at Gotham Academy.
- Forgotten First Meeting: Five years after crashing Dick Grayson's birthday party, she has a one-night stand with him, but doesn't remember his name.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Along with Barbara Gordon, she helps take care of the younger children when the adults go missing.
- Lovable Alpha Bitch: Rather mild example. She's dismissive of freshmen, and crashes Dick's birthday party with Artemis (though Dick seems to expect them).
Introduced in Young Justice: Legacy
Voiced by: Mae Whitman
An archaeologist and the mother of Wonder Girl.
- Almighty Mom: Implied by Wonder Woman's statement that Helena would never let Wonder Girl go off into space.
- Brainy Brunette: Heck! Her smarts is what got her kidnapped.
- Damsel in Distress: Kidnapped by the Light.
- Struggling Single Mother: In the game, Batman alludes to her being this trope. Whether it is or not is yet to be seen.
- Hot Scientist: She's an archaeologist and is quite attractive.
- Interspecies Romance: Helena (human) had a relationship with Zeus (a God).
- Smart People Wear Glasses: Pictures of her in the video game shows her wearing glasses.
Introduced in Season 2 (Invasion)
Voiced by: William Morgan Sheppard (Sardath) and Jacqueline Obradors (Alanna)
Sardath is a Rannian scientist and the father of Alanna; Alanna is the daughter of Sardath and has a mutual affection with Adam Strange.
- Adaptation Species Change: Played with. In the source material, the Rannians are Human Aliens. Here, they look more like alien elves.
- Aliens Speaking English: Played with. Adam Strange took weeks to even discover a means of communication when he was accidentally transported to the planet Rann. Miss Martian helps bridge the language gap during her visit with a psychic link.
- Badass Bookworm: A scientist that people may expect to be a Distressed Damsel, but she can hold her own.
- Bald of Awesome: Sardath is a bald Rannian.
- Daddy's Girl: Sardath has a close relationship with his daughter Alanna, and tolerates his daughter's affections for the Earthling Adam Strange.
- Green-Skinned Space Babe: Alanna has pale yellow skin.
- Human Aliens: Remove their odd skin color, pointy ears, and different language and they are human!
- Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter: As it states above, Alanna is this to Sardath.
- My Species Doth Protest Too Much: They're among the only Rannians that are okay with earthlings though they do fear the Justice League.
- Scarf Of Asskicking: Alanna wears a long yellow one.
- Shipper on Deck: Alanna is able to quickly spot that Connor and M'gaan have a romantic history and even states that they seemed perfect together.
Voiced by: Kelly Hu
Lian Nguyen-Harper is the daughter of Red Arrow and Cheshire.
- Adaptational Angst Upgrade: Inverted. Her parents are married in this version, and her mother isn't a sociopathic monster, meaning she's likely to have a much happier childhood.
- Adaptation Dye-Job: Zigzagged. When she was first introduced in the 1980s comics, she had red hair like her father, Roy. In the 1990s up until her death, she was depicted with black hair. For this series, given that Jade is biracial, they figured that they could get away with giving her reddish-brown hair.
- Adaptation Name Change: Downplayed. She still keeps her "Harper" surname, her mother added into the "Nguyen" in this adaptation.
- Babies Make Everything Better: Lian's existence has helped both of her parents in different ways — Either helping her mother make "drastic changes to her [Jade's] life" or being the motivating reason for Roy to stop with his obsession.
- Blood Knight: Her father is worried about this. Her mother not so much.
- Brainy Baby: Implied. Lian is under a year old, but was able say "dadas", when she saw her father and father's genetic template.
- Cheerful Child: Justified since Lian is only a baby. In a more darker sense, she laughs when her parents punch people.
- Daddy's Girl: Lian smiled and laughed when she sees her father.
- Dead Girl Junior: Her name is from her maternal aunt's middle name. Subverted and inverted since Artemis is alive and undercover, and Lian was born before Artemis's apparent death anyway.
- Fiery Redhead: Lian has auburn (reddish-brown) hair and shows signs of becoming this (i.e. laughing at people getting punched).
- Gray Eyes: Inherited from her mother and it represents her child-like nature given her age.
- Human Mom Nonhuman Dad: Zigzagged. Both of her parents are human, but her father is technically a clone of a human.
- In the Blood: Implied. Lian giggles with joy as her mother (a former assassin only recently re-reformed) and father (an Anti-Hero with Cloning Blues) beat up a bunch of guards at the villainous lair they took her to infiltrate.Red Arrow: Should I be concerned over the obvious delight our daughter takes in the ultra-violence?
Cheshire: It's genetic.
Red Arrow: Great.
- Like Parent, Like Child: She share her mother's love for the ultra-violence.
- Mixed Ancestry: Her mother is half Caucasian and half Vietnamese. Her father is white with possibly some Navajo ancestry.
- Morality Pet:
- For her mother, Cheshire. Word of God even stated that the arrival of Lian, allowed Jade to make drastic changes in her life for her daughter's well being. Jade probably would've left Roy for good, if she didn't know they would have a daughter.
- Lian's presence helped get Red Arrow out of his whole "Speedy" recon mission.
- Multi-Ethnic Name: Her given name is traditionally Chinese and she has hyphenated Vietnamese and American last names.
- Nom de Mom: She uses both her Caucasian father's and Half-Caucasian/Half-Vietnamese mother's last names.
- Related in the Adaptation: Unlike her comic counterparts, Lian is related to the Crock family.
- Sleep Cute: Many of her scenes include being asleep during the action.
- Strong Family Resemblance: From her mother, Lian has her eye color, eye shape, and smile. From her father, she has his skin complexion and red hair.
- Tagalong Kid: Not by choice, but her mother did bring her on the mission to Tibet.
- Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: She laughs at the fighting her parents, Cheshire and Red Arrow, are engaging at an army of Mooks. This may be partly because she comes from a family of supervillains on her mother's side.
Introduced in Season 3 (Outsiders)
King Viktor Markov
Voiced by: Bruce Greenwood
The king of Markovia.
- Death by Origin Story: His assassination is what leads Brion to become Geo-Force.
Queen Ilona DeLamb-Markov
Voiced by: Vanessa Marshall
The queen of Markovia.
- Adaptation Name Change: Her maiden name is DeLamb, as she is Baron Bedlam's younger sister in this continuity.
- Cain and Abel: She's the good queen of Markovia, while her brother is a supervillain and the leader of a criminal syndicate that participates in metahuman trafficking.
- Death by Origin Story: Her assassination is what leads Brion to become Geo-Force.
- Related in the Adaptation: She is the sister of Baron Frederick DeLamb, who is also known as Baron Bedlam.
Prince Gregor Markov
Voiced by: Crispin Freeman
The crown prince of Markovia and the older brother of Prince Brion and Princess Tara.
- Always Identical Twins: Averted. He and his brother Brion are a rare portrayal of fraternal twins of the same gender in media. Gregor's older by sixteen minutes.
- Ambiguously Evil: At first, his coronation following the assassination of his parents is noted to be a powerful possible motive for his own involvement in Bedlam. Turns out he's completely innocent and his uncle is the one really behind everything.
- Awesome by Analysis: Was able to see through his uncle's deception simply by seeing his skills with his own meta-abilities (indicating he's had his powers for some time, as opposed to his brother, whose lack of skills showed he had only just triggered his) as well as breaking down that his anti-metahuman actions were a smokescreen to cover up his dirty deeds.
- Brainy Brunette: Gregor has black hair and has proven to be a calm, observant Reasonable Authority Figure.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The fair and calm-minded Responsible to Brion's petulant and impulsive Foolish.
- Good Is Not Nice: He's not evil and is working to restore Markovia to a good state. However, he sees that it's better to banish his metahuman brother to America than keep him around and risk a public backlash in the middle of an already bad situation.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Sees through his uncle's lies by pointing out the flaws in his accusations against Brion, leading to his arrest. While he does banish Brion afterwards, it's only because he realizes the country isn't safe for metahumans like him right now, and that he needs to focus on helping the Quraci refugees — who have nowhere to turn to — because his brother remains safe in America.
- Shoo the Dog: After their parents' murder by a metahuman, the discovery of Bedlam and their uncle's role in it, and Brion becoming a metahuman, he realizes that Markovia isn't safe for Brion right now and tells him to leave.
Voiced by: Yuri Lowenthal
The ambassador of Markovia.
- Adaptational Heroism: In the comics he was the adviser to Baron Bedlam, but here he seems to start off as doing what's best for Markovia.
- Adaptational Nationality: In the comics Zviad was a Georgian, here he's a Markovian.
- Adaptational Job Change: In the comics he was the Soviet adviser of Baron Bedlam, but here he is the Ambassador of Markovia
- Ambiguously Evil: He convinces Gregor to banish Brion from Markovia after the latter became a Metahuman.
- Fantastic Racism: He's clearly biased against metahumans and superheroes and hates Brion just for being one.
- Comic-Book Movies Don't Use Codenames: He is not called "Bad Samaritan" like in the comics.
- Jerkass Has a Point: Due to all the stuff the Markov family went through, he convinces Gregor to make tough decisions as the people of Markovia needs a king more than ever.
Voiced by: Crispin Freeman
The Ambassador of United Rhelasia.
- Adaptational Heroism: While we don't know what Kaizen's alignment stands in this incarnation, he's an ambassador of a country which is still a far cry to what his comic counterpart used to be, who's a psychopathic ruler who killed for fun and has an army of superhuman clones at his disposal.
- Adaptational Job Change: In the comics Kaizen Gamorra was the ruler of a country called Gamorra Island (formerly Parousia), here he is the ambassador of United Rhelasia.
- Adaptational Nationality: In the comics Kaizen was from a small country in Asia called Parousia. Here he's from United Rhelasia.
- Age Lift: In the comics Kaizen Gamorra is a seventy year old Evil Old Folk who is always drawn with grey long hair, here he looks to be in his fourties and still has a brunette beard visible.
- Mythology Gag: Kaizen Gamorra in the comics was a frequent enemy of The Authority.
Species: Human (possibly metahuman)
Voiced by: Masasa Moyo
The eldest daughter of Black Lightning and Lynn Stewart-Pierce.
Species: Human (possibly metahuman)
The youngest daughter of Black Lightning and Lynn Stewart-Pierce.
Voiced by: Denise Boutte
The ex-wife of Black Lightning and the sister of John Stewart.
- Amicable Exes: With Black Lightning, as she allows him to see their daughters during the night and then they engage in a non-argumentative discussion.
- Functional Genre Savvy: Thanks to her experience as the sister of one super-hero and the ex-wife of another, she is highly skeptical of how well the latter's decision to permanently quit the hero life will stick.
- Interspecies Romance: She (a human) was married to Jefferson Pierce/Black Lightning (a metahuman).
- Related in the Adaptation: Due to their shared surnames, a longtime theory was that her brother was John Stewart, with her creator, Tony Isabella, even saying that he did this in case anyone wanted to write a connection between them. Here, she is confirmed to be John's sister.
Voiced by: Andrew Kishino
The leader of a hive of Bugs on New Genesis. Tired of living in subservience to the New Gods, whom he feels do nothing but mistreat the Bugs, he starts leading his people to rebel against them.
- Adaptational Heroism: In the comics, he was a traitor working for Darkseid; while here, he was simply manipulated by Ma'alefa'ak to believe the New Gods were oppressing his people.
- Adaptational Ugliness: In the comics, Mantis looked more human-like to the point that he just resembles a human wearing a supervillain costume. Here he looks more insect-like, and also has multiple arms.
- Adaptational Wimp: In the comics, he's the second most powerful being on Apokolips behind Darkseid, but here Forager is able to take him out without much effort.
- Fantastic Racism: He grows very hateful and distrustful towards non-Bugs, especially the New Gods, but also later includes Martians and Earthlings. He also brands Forager as a Category Traitor for siding with the human superheroes over his fellow Bugs when they fought, so he exiles Forager under threat of death.
- Insectoid Aliens: Just like Forager and the other Bugs.
- Jerkass: He's very short-tempered and xenophobic.
- Third-Person Person: Like other Bugs, he refers to himself by his own name instead of using first-person pronouns.
Don & Dawn Allen
The twin siblings born to Barry Allen and Iris West, also the future father and aunt of Bart Allen.
- Absurdly Youthful Father: Taken to the extreme; Don is the man who will eventually father Bart Allen aka Impulse/Kid Flash II. Here, he's just a two-year-old, but that doesn't stop Bart from affectionately calling him "Dad" (to Iris' dismay).
- Age Lift: Of a sort. Their comics counterparts resided in the 30th century due to Barry and Iris being there at the time (long story), but are born here due to the differences in the adaptations.
- One Steve Limit: Averted, with each other no less. Don and Dawn are phonetically pronounced the same.
- Superpowerful Genetics: They both have Super Speed from their dad, making them literally quite difficult to keep up with for their non-super mom Iris.
Species: Atlantean (1/4 human)
Arthur and Mera's young son.
- Adaptational Name Change: Slightly. In the comics, he's called Arthur Curry Jr., "Artur" is a variation of the name "Arthur". It could be his Atlantean name, while his name on the surface is still Arthur Jr.
- Spared by the Adaptation: His comics counterpart was Stuffed in the Fridge by Black Manta during the "Death of a Prince" story. Here, he's very much alive and well.
- Uneven Hybrid: 3/4's Atlantean, 1/4 Human, by virtue of his dad being a Half-Human Hybrid.
The son of Raquel Ervin, aka Rocket.
- Captain Obvious: Points out Karen's pregnancy, to the amusement of others. Justified because of his age; What's obvious to an adult is an astute observation to a toddler.Amistad: You got a baby in there!
The adopted daughter of "John Smith", aka Red Tornado.
Voiced by: Grey DeLisle
A reporter at the Daily Planet and Clark Kent's human wife.
- Alliterative Name: As per usual, her name is Lois Lane.
- Art Evolution: Lois made appearances in the tie-in comics set during Season 1 and 2. By the time she makes her first on-screen appearance in Season 3 her design now resembles her counterpart from the DC Animated Movie Universe.
- Interspecies Romance: With Clark Kent/Superman. By Season 3 they've produced a son, Jon Kent from it.
Species: Kryptonian-Human hybrid
Lois and Clark's son.
- Age Lift: In the comics, Jon was three years younger than Damian Wayne. But here, they are both infants with Jon looking slightly older.
- Half-Human Hybrid: His mother is the human Lois Lane, with his father being the Last Son of Krypton himself.
- Innocent Blue Eyes: A very striking shade.
- Strong Family Resemblance: Just look at this spit curl and these big blue eyes, aww... Who's Superman's cute sprog?
Dr. Silas Stone
Voiced by: Khary Payton
A scientist at STAR Labs Detroit and the father of Victor Stone, who is also known as Cyborg.
- Adaptational Jerkass: Hes much more unsympathetic and unlikeable here, as while Silas is usually a Workaholic who ignores his son, here hes much more dismissive of him, to the point where hes unaware of Victor's 4.0 GPA.
- Alliterative Name: Silas Stone.
- Black and Nerdy: He's an African-American scientist.
- Casting Gag: He's voiced by the same man who voiced Victor himself in Teen Titans.
- Doesn't Know Their Own Child: He pays little attention to his son, not even realizing how good Victor's grades already are when he tells him to get them up.
- Education Papa: He reprimands his son for prioritizing getting into college on a football scholarship instead of with good grades. That is he even says this is just one more demonstration of how out of touch he is regarding his son, as Victor is a star student in addition to his sports skills.
- Leeroy Jenkins: In an effort to save Victor's life, he impulsively uses a Father Box to heal him despite not knowing how it works.
- Love Makes You Dumb: He's in such severe shock at seeing his son dying that he's desperate enough to try using a Father Box to save his life.
- Papa Wolf: Verging on Love Makes You Dumb, but Silas used the Father Box to save Victor's life, and when his co-workers gently disagreed, Silas angrily said he would do it.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: Silas wears square-shaped glass and is a scientist.
- When You Coming Home, Dad?: He put his scientific studies ahead of his son's life. This bites him hard when a heated argument with Victor causes the accident that turns his son into Cyborg.
- Workaholic: Like most incarnations of Silas Stone, only even more so.
Voiced by: Zehra Fazal
A student at Happy Harbor High School.
- Adaptational Wimp: In the comics, she's a Badass Normal superhero martial artist/marksman, part of the Batfamily who becomes Batman's other sidekick besides Robin, known as Bluebird. Here, she's just a student. Though, whether she'll go the same way as Karen Beecher or Stephanie Brown isn't yet known.
- All of the Other Reindeer: On the outside of all the cliques, and befriends Violet and Fred as fellow outsiders.
- Curtains Match The Windows: Blue hair and eyes.
- One Steve Limit: Averted, to her initial confusion. She shares her first name with Violet's (and by extension, Will, and further extension, Roy) surname.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Harper has blue hair.
Voiced by: Zehra Fazal
A Quraci girl who lived as a refugee in Markovia, who died after being kidnapped and experimented on by Project Bedlam. Her body became the host of the spirit of a Mother Box (a sentient alien robot from New Genesis), who took on a new identity as the superhero "Halo" (aka Violet Harper).
- Back from the Dead: Subverted. Gabrielle Daou really did die, and it was the Mother Box AI inhabiting her that lived on in her body afterwards.
- Posthumous Character: She dies upon being introduced at the beginning of Season 3, but remained relevant afterwards due to the Mother Box taking control over her body and assuming her identity.
- That Man Is Dead: "Violet Harper" rejected being called by the name of "Gabrielle Daou", though she didn't know why exactly; until later on when she learns that it's because she's not actually the original Gabrielle, who really is dead for all intents and purposes.
- War Refugees: The real Gabrielle Dou was apparently orphaned due to the Bialyan invasion of her home country Qurac. Afterwards she fled to Markovia seeking asylum/refuge, but was met with xenophobia by the locals. She became employed as a domestic servant in the royal palace, until she got kidnapped by Baron Bedlam's hired thugs and taken to a secret laboratory, where she later died from failed experiments to turn her into a metahuman.