Halo appears in 332 issues.
Agent Orange claimed he was disfigured from nerve gas in the Vietnam War to manipulate other Vietnam War veterans.
Originally a hero who helped confront the Anti-Monitor during the Crisis on Infinite Earths, he returned, embittered by the failures of New Earth's heroes, intent on restoring the Multiverse at any cost.
Halo's powers are color-based, as each color of the spectrum is represented with a different power. She used her power alongside her teammates, the Outsiders.
Anthor Stoneaxe is one of the many that inhabits the sword of Katana, the Soultaker.
The Anti-Monitor is the Monitor's counterpart from the Anti-matter Universe. He is responsible for the original Crisis on Infinite Earths, was the sole Guardian of the Sinestro Corps and once, against his will, was the source of the Black Lantern Corps Central Power Battery.
Halo's powers are color-based, as each color of the spectrum is represented with a different power. She used her power alongside her teammates, the Outsiders. Halo battled the New OLympians with the rest of the team.
Dr. Light is a recurring enemy of the Justice League and the Teen Titans, manipulating light energy for various nefarious purposes.
Halo's powers are color-based, as each color of the spectrum is represented with a different power. She used her power alongside her teammates, the Outsiders. As one of the OUtsiders, she helped the team overcome Baron Bedlam.
The original champion of the Wizard, Teth-Adam was a former slave who channeled the power of six Egyptian Gods to fight evil. But when his family was murdered during the conquest of his people, he developed more ruthless methods to protect innocents. Seeing him as corrupt, the Wizard banished "Black Adam" to the tomb of Ramesses II... After centuries of imprisonment, he would finally escape to overthrow Kahndaq's tyrant by force, becoming the country's defender and a natural enemy to the world's heroes.
Blowdart is one of the many that inhabits the sword of Katana, the Soultaker.
A metahuman with multiple personality disorder who has the power to absorb and dispel electricity in the form of lightning bolts.
Composed of an unknown combination of experimental chemicals, the creature called Chemo is a living WMD, possessing a unique form of pseudo-life that gives him a primitive, evil intelligence.
Basil Karlo was an actor who upon discovering that a remake of one of his classic horror movies was being made went insane and began killing the cast and crew, wearing the mask of the film's villain Clayface, until stopped by Batman. Initially having no superpowers, Karlo joined with a group of other "Clayfaces" and stole their combined powers, allowing him to shapeshift into any forms he wants.
Cryonic Man uses his cryogenic devices to get the necessary organs for his wife at the expense of anyone's life.
Uxas, famously known as Darkseid, is the supreme monarch of the ecumenopolis, Apokolips. Widely regarded as one of the Justice League's worst adversaries, the greatest enemy of New Genesis and one of the biggest threats to the DC Multiverse, he seeks to bend everything to his will and remake the cosmos in his image, while searching for the Anti-Life Equation, an equation which seemingly consists of immense power that has the potential to dominate all life in the DC Multiverse.
Dervish is a DC Comic's character who was developed in the second incarnation of the Outsiders.
An unrepentant Nazi Scientist, Dr. Dedalus is the mysterious founder of both Leviathan and Spyral. Not to mention the biological father of Kathy Kane, the original Batwoman as well as Spyral scientist Frau Netz. He terrorized Batman Inc but was killed by Damian Wayne to spare Bruce.
Former student of Dr. Helga Jace, she was infected by a plague along with others at the facility where she was working and the Outsiders had to stop her and her colleagues from infecting others.
Dr. Moon is a doctor that has worked for the Suicide Squad.
Halo's powers are color-based, as each color of the spectrum is represented with a different power. She used her power alongside her teammates, the Outsiders. Halo was a member of the Outsiders when the team battled the Duke of Oil.
5000-year-old villainous sorcerer. An occult magician who was one of the Justice League of America's first adversaries.
Gizmo is a gadget-based super villain and founding member of the Fearsome Five.
Hammer is a member of the People's Heroes. He is married to Sickle, a teammate.
Halo's powers are color-based, as each color of the spectrum is represented with a different power. She used her power alongside her teammates, the Outsiders. Halo was a member of the original Outsiders when the team battled the Masters of Disaster.
Jane's brother Mark Denninger was killed becasue of Violet Harper, Halo's first host-body. So, when Syonide and Tobias Whale offered her a chance to get even, she took it and joined in their scheme against Halo, unaware that Halo was not Violet at all. She and Whale made their escape, but Syonide and Violet Harper's, Samuel and Margret Harper, parents were all killed.
A subhuman servant of Simon Stagg, Java often helped Stagg and served as a villainous foil for Metamorpho. Java secretly loved Sapphire, Stagg's daughter and Metamorpho's lover.
The Joker, Clown Prince of Crime, is Batman's arch-nemesis. An agent of chaos known for his malicious plots, wacky gadgets and insidious smile, he has caused Batman more suffering than any other villain he has ever faced. His origin, name, and true motivations remain a mystery.
Waylon Jones was born with a genetic mutation giving him a reptile's skin, sharp claws, and teeth; due to genetic atavism. Croc became a circus wrestler who would rise to conquer the Gotham Mob racket only then to become one of Batman's most physically imposing rogues.
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