Infinity, Inc. appears in 168 issues.
Pre-DC's New 52, Artemis Crock was a villain who most notably had run-ins with Stargirl, Hawkgirl, and the JSA. In the Young Justice cartoon, she was a hero, a member of Young Justice along with Robin, Miss Martian, Aqualad, Superboy, and others. Post New 52, she was one of the captives of N.O.W.H.E.R.E. kept in the Colony, who was subsequently murdered by fellow captive, Fist Point.
The original champion of Shazam, Teth Adam reigned from Ancient Khandaq, an Arab country near Egypt. He was imprisoned when his power corrupted him. He was released when Theo Adam found his talisman.
Mark Desmond was a chemist whose experiments intending to increase his strength turned him into a mindless monster.
Carcharo's mother born on Mexico. He never met his father, who commited suicide after he was born. His mother, whe she was pregnant, was given mutagenic drugs by the mad gynecologit Dr. Love. Desperately, she drowned her own child, but he survived, thanks to his gills. Without a family, he lived on the depths of the ocean, without human supervision. From then he resembles a humanoid shark.
The Fiddler is a criminal who uses a specialized violin to commit crime.
Dr. Jason Woodrue is the Floronic Man, a plant/human hybrid and super-villain who wishes to eradicate all animal life. In some versions, he is responsible for the creation of Poison Ivy. He is an enemy of The Atom and Swamp Thing.
The 3rd Harlequin, a mysterious villain who's origins have never been revealed.
The granddaughter of the Gambler, member of the Injustice Society. She was horrified after his grandfather lose his fortune on gambling, and then killed himself. She embarked on a criminal carreer, in order to avenge her grandfather's death.
Lex Luthor, Superman's arch-nemesis, is one of the most brilliant men alive, whose hatred of "interfering aliens" pushes him down the path of a sociopath. Known for his "ends justifies the means" approach to life, his single-minded and often brutal focus puts him at odds with The Man of Steel. Luthor is arguably DC Comics' most iconic villain.
Roger Hayden became the second Psycho-Pirate when he found the fabled Medusa Mask, an artifact with the ability to control the emotional response of the human brain.
Solomon Grundy is a reanimated corpse. He has had many appearances in which he has different levels of strength and intelligence.
Originally a fragile, old human male with advanced intellect, the Ultra-Humanite moved his mind into an albino ape. Now Ultra-Humanite uses his intellect and powerful telepathy to battle the Justice Society of America, and the Justice League.
At first the Wizard knew little true magic and relied mainly upon illusions he created through mystical hypnotic means. He could also engage in Astral projection. Later on he learned true magic.
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