New 52 DC Characters

So, there's one or two lists like this already, chronicling characters added since DC's Flashpoint event, and I'm just trying to make a complete one. I'll try to give a brief description and what series they're primarily featured in. I tried to keep like with like, but there's no real particular order. If I'm missing any new characters, let me know. I'll try to add them as soon as possible.

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  • Casey Washington's daughter and why Talon spared her life when he was originally assigned to kill her. Appears in Talon.

  • A girl who was sentenced to Arkham Asylum, she is now the leader of a group known as the Disgraced. Appears in Batgirl.

  • One of the best members of the Black Razors, he piloted Priscilla into space to confront her clone and the Daemonites. Appears in Voodoo.

  • The commissioner of MPD. Appears in Superman.

  • A Talon stationed in New York City. Appears in Talon.

  • An Amazonian controlled by Cain, the vampire. Appears in Demon Knights.

  • The primary bodyguard of Knightfall who possesses super strength and invulnerability. Appears in Batgirl.

  • Another top member of the Black Razors, he also accompanied Priscilla into space. Appears in Voodoo.

  • A doctor who works at the Swan-Klein Hospital. Appears in Superman.

  • A disgraced and fallen hero defeated by Sinestro, his helmet controlled light and Sinestro used it to track Lyssa Drak. Appears in Green Lantern.

  • A member of the Disgraced who controls acid. Appears in Batgirl.

  • A genius and one of the top members of the Black Razors who accompanied Priscilla into space. Apparently, if you want to be the best, you can only have one name. Appears in Voodoo.

  • The mayor of Metropolis and a supporter of Superman. Appears in Superman.

  • A foe for Katana who uses a thin sword that is able to wrap about his foes. Appears in Katana.

  • One of the founders of the Indigo Tribe. Appears in Green Lantern.

  • A member of the Disgraced who is granted flight through her wings. Appears in Batgirl.

  • Once again, a team. So sue me. A race of fish men originating from the ocean floor, they are highly vicious and a threat to Aquaman. Appears in Aquaman.

  • A metahuman who can turn intangible. During her character's conception, she was going to be called Masochist. Appears in Superman.

  • A super speedster who works for the same man as Kiva, he and Bonesmasher were dispatched to retrieve Superboy. Appears in Superboy.

  • The son of Batman's teacher, Henri Ducard, he murders criminals and tries to bring Damian into his ways in a revenge scheme against Batman. Appears in Batman and Robin.

  • The deputy of Beachrock and an ally of Aquaman and Mera. Appears in Aquaman.

  • The owner of a blog called 'Barnestorming,' he supports the idea that Superman is hiding in plain sight. Appears in Superman.

  • A large, brutal alien who has some beef with Guy Gardner. I'm honestly not surprised. Appears in Green Lantern Corps.

  • A great dane Bruce gave to Damian, he is named after a Shakespeare character. Appears in Batman and Robin.

  • A dog rescued from the Trench whose owner was killed, he was then adopted by Aquaman and Mera. He can't actually swim. Appears in Aquaman.

  • A genius who is helping the Flash learn how to control his powers. Appears in The Flash.

  • A villain who hires other criminals who have been injured by Batman. Appears in Batman and Robin.

  • A potential threat to Aquaman given his obsession with finding Atlantis, he used to be a friend of Tom Curry. Appears in Aquaman.

  • A CIA experiment intended to give him regenerative powers, it was discovered that amputated limbs regrew into full specimens that joined together as Mob Rule. Appears in The Flash.

  • A powerful alien who destroyed an entire planet and rides atop a draconic alien named Thraxx, he is now on Earth. Which can't be a good thing. Appears in Legion Lost.

  • A villain whose face is imprinted with Batman's boot. Anybody else feel like this is scraping the barrel? Appears in Batman and Robin.

  • The girl who brings dog food and toys for Aquadog after Mera broke the arm of the guy who owned the grocery store (it was mostly justified). Appears in Aquaman.

  • A scientist specializing in cloning, Mob Rule attempted to use him. He was later killed. Appears in The Flash.

  • A sentient, draconic alien who serves as the mount for Lord Daggor. Didn't the villain in Osmosis Jones have this name? Appears in Legion Lost.

  • A villain who has been scarred by Batman when one of the spikes ejected from his gauntlet. Appears in Batman and Robin.

  • A lecherous grocery owner who made unwanted advances on Mera and had his arm broken for his trouble. Appears in Aquaman.

  • A Tuskegee Airman who somehow wound up trapped in the Speed Force. He wants out and is willing to do so at The Flash's expense. Appears in The Flash.

  • A flight attendant attracted to Jason Todd. Appears in Red Hood and the Outlaws.

  • An assassin in a power suit hired to kill Deathstroke by a former employer. Appears in Deathstroke.

  • A member of the Others, possessors of Atlantean artifacts who Aquaman once was part of, she can control animals. Her artifact seems to be her necklace. Appears in Aquaman.

  • The ex-wife of the Weather Wizard's younger brother following her murder of him for running the family empire into the ground. Appears in The Flash.

  • A member of the All-Caste and the guardian to the Chamber of All. Appears in Red Hood and the Outlaws.

  • The manager of Deathstroke, he died fairly early in the series. Appears in Deathstroke.

  • A member of the Others who could see the future and possessed the Golden Seal. Apparently, her visions weren't accurate enough to keep her from being killed by Black Manta. Appears in Aquaman.

  • The daughter of a diplomat who married a Bollywood actress, Jaina can split into two people. White Rabbit is a separate individual from Jaina with her own interests. Her skin tone is lighter and her hair is white. Appears in Batman: The Dark Knight.

  • A member of the Talons charged with attacking Mr. Freeze, but refused the orders for some reason. Appears in Red Hood and the Outlaws.

  • Arms dealer who is associates with Deathstroke. Appears in Deathstroke.

  • A member of the Others who gained powers from the deaths of his brothers-in-arms during a war. His Atlantean artifact seem to be his bracers. Appears in Aquaman.

  • A pianist who is the girlfriend of Bruce Wayne. Because there aren't enough girls from the past to revive in DCnU. Appears in Batman: The Dark Knight.

  • A Talon who was disfigured by a bomb during World War II, she joined Haly's Circus and became a skilled acrobat. Appears in Red Hood and the Outlaws.

  • A series of different individuals who are family members of Deathstroke's victims, they keep passing on the name and armor until somebody gets him. Appears in Deathstroke.

  • A member of the Others who did not go into hiding and is connected to numerous government agencies. Appears in Aquaman.

  • Operative of Basilisk sent after the Suicide Squad. He's probably dead as King Shark now has his necklace. Appears in Suicide Squad.

  • A large alien who is a member of Starfire's spaceship crew. Appears in Red Hood and the Outlaws.

  • An operative of the Blackhawks whose former team was killed by Deathstroke. Appears in Blackhawk.

  • A member of the Others and a human genetically manipulated by the Russian government to serve as the perfect cosmonaut. His mask seems to be his Atlantean artifact.

  • A ghost based off a Mexican folk tale who drowns her children to be accepted by a man, but is rejected by him anyway. Committing suicide, she is barred from the afterlife without her children, so she abducts the spawn of others. Appears in Batwoman.

  • A Dominator that is part of Starfire's spaceship crew. Appears in Red Hood and the Outlaws.

  • Sickly father of Deathstroke the Terminator. Appears in Deathstroke.

  • A rogue Daxamite who is a new foe for the Legion of Super-Heroes. Appears in Legion of Super-Heroes.

  • Like the Weeping Woman, he is the manifestation of a folk tale. In this case, a man with a hook killing couples. Like her, he's a member of Medusa. Appears in Batwoman.

  • A Tamaranean and the comm. specialist/navigator of Starfire's spaceship crew. Appears in Red Hood and the Outlaws.

  • The director of a company who hired Zealot, Deathstroke and the Omegas to hunt down the interstellar bounty hunter, Lobo. Appears in Deathstroke.

  • Another folk tale brought to life by Maro, based off of the figure who appears after calling her name three times before a mirror. Appears in Batwoman.

  • A girl who is carrying the child of Zeus, Wonder Woman takes her under her protection. Appears in Wonder Woman.

  • The only living Czarian beside Lobo and his lover. Which kind of makes his status less than impressive. Appears in Deathstroke.

  • An Amazon who has a rivalry with Diana and dislikes her. Appears in Wonder Woman.

  • An old man and cannibal who is partnered with Swan, he has used his powers to keep himself alive for about 200 years. Appears in Hawk and Dove.

  • The second in command of Medusa, he is the man responsible for bringing the folk tales to life. He is also a shape shifter who disguised himself as Sune, his supposed sister. Appears in Batwoman.

  • An Amazon. Appears in Wonder Woman.

  • The partner of Condor, she is able to spit fire. Appears in Hawk and Dove.

  • Dragonwing's sister who has the ability to fly. Appears in Legion of Super-Heroes.

  • The leader of Medusa. Appears in Batwoman.

  • The ex-boyfriend of Wonder Girl who wants the power of the Silent Armor. Appears in Teen Titans.

  • An illegitimate child of Zeus who has been around since World War II. Appears in Wonder Woman.

  • A 'science terrorist' with plans to overthrow the US government. Appears in Hawk and Dove.

  • The leader of the Dominators. Appears in Legion of Super-Heroes.

  • An old friend of Catwoman who serves as a fence and intelligence source. She is murdered by Bone and his henchman. Appears in Catwoman.

  • A renegade Green Lantern who is a participant in Lady Styx's Game. Appears in Green Lantern: New Guardians.

  • A metahuman with the ability to generate and control electricity, he was placed on the Suicide Squad. Appears in Suicide Squad.

  • An investigator and agent who is part of the Special Crimes Unit in DCPD. Appears in Hawk and Dove.

  • A metahuman who controls fire, can fly, and is super strong. He seeks to restore China to its former glory and overthrow EarthGov and the Legion of Super-Heroes. Appears in Legion of Super-Heroes.

  • A rising crime boss in Gotham City with immense greed and an appearance of bone. He has a vendetta against Catwoman due to how much she has stolen from him. Appears in Catwoman.

  • The leader of the League of Smiles, fanatics who honor the Joker. He wears a mask like an old time plague doctor. Appears in Detective Comics.

  • An unfortunate woman that was the carrier of a virus and the target of the Suicide Squad. Appears in Suicide Squad.

  • Using some circle of totems, she seeks to obtain unlimited mystical power. Appears in Hawk and Dove.

  • An old friend of Black Canary, she's considered an outlaw by the government and seems to be religious. She's skilled at combat. Appears in Birds of Prey.

  • Before she became Catwoman, Selina and Gwen were thieves together. Nowadays, Gwen's a fence and willing to help her. Appears in Catwoman.

  • A common member of the League of Smiles. Appears in Detective Comics.

  • Armed with the ability to manipulate his mass and thickness, he volunteered to shave some years off his sentence. Currently living in the belly of King Shark. Appears in Suicide Squad.

  • A member of a group called 'The Horus,' the sect protects the avatars of the Hawk. Appears in Hawk and Dove.

  • A master of mind control, he leads a group of stealth assassins known as the Cleaners. Appears in Birds of Prey.

  • Corrupt lieutenant of the GCPD. Appears in Catwoman.

  • The brother of Abigail Arcane, he had to leave in a hermetically sealed bubble due to an allergy to chlorophyll. Like his sister, he is connected to the Rot. Appears in Swamp Thing.

  • A powerful Kryptonian who is the main adversary in the H'el on Earth story arc. Appears in Superman.

  • A scientist who works for a criminal organization known as Basilisk. Appears in Suicide Squad.

  • An ancient enemy of the Avatars, he has returned in the new age to destroy them. Appears in Hawk and Dove.

  • A man who is being controlled by Choke. Appears in Birds of Prey.

  • A gravity manipulating metahuman hired by corrupt police officers to take out Catwoman after she stole a payoff. Appears in Catwoman.

  • A detective in San Diego Police Department, he was a friend to the Baker family and referred to Buddy as 'A-Man.' Unfortunately, he was consumed by the Rot. Appears in Animal Man.