Holly Granger appears in 66 issues.
Anima and Holly Granger (as Hawk) served as members of Cyborg's short-lived Titans East. They served together for one mission before the team was disbanded.
A talk show host and reporter with an uncontrollable alter ego.
The new hawk id the partner of Dawn Granger. The first Hawk was Hank Hall - Don Hall's brother.
Freddie Freeman is foster brother of Billy Batson and one of the holders of the power of SHAZAM.
Hawk is an agent of Chaos along with his partner Dove who is an agent of Order. Recently Hank Hall went insane and was replaced by Holly Granger. Hank Hall and Charley Parker were both members of Titans West.
Bette Kane was the Pre-Crisis Bat-Girl and the niece of Kathy Kane (Batwoman). Post-Crisis she became “Bette” Kane aka Flamebird. She is the younger cousin of the current Batwoman, Kate Kane. As of the New 52, her identity changed to Hawkfire.
Hawk is an agent of Chaos along with his partner Dove who is an agent of Order. Recently Hank Hall went insane and was replaced by Holly Granger. Hawk and Lagoon Boy were members of Cyborg's Titans East.
Little Barda is from Apokolips and should not be confused with Big Barda who is a different character.
A former prostitute on the streets of Star City, Mia Dearden picked up the bow and took the name "Speedy", crime-fighting student of Green Arrow. She is one of the few superheroes with HIV and was a member of the Teen Titans.
Luke is the son of Plastic Man, and has inherited his father's elastic abilities. He was a member of the Teen Titans for a brief time.
A member of the Teen Titans during the year after the Infinite Crisis. He appears to have some ties to Apokolips.
At the age of nine, Timothy Drake cleverly deduced the identities of Batman and Robin. Four years later, after the death of Jason Todd, Tim convinced Batman that he should be the new Robin. He would later become leader of Young Justice.
Hawk is an agent of Chaos along with his partner Dove who is an agent of Order. Recently Hank Hall went insane and was replaced by Holly Granger.
Young Frankenstein is a fictional superhero published by DC Comics. He first appears in Teen Titans vol. 3 #38 (September 2006), and was created by Geoff Johns and Tony Daniel.
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