Harleen Quinzel was a psychiatric resident at Arkham Asylum, where she met the incarcerated Joker. Falling in love with her patient, she conspired to break him out of prison and eventually became his lover and loyal sidekick, Harley Quinn. She eventually left him to be her own woman, and has been enemy and ally of Batman, and various other heroes.
Sent to Earth as an infant from the dying planet Krypton, Kal-El was adopted by the loving Kent family and raised in America's heartland as Clark Kent. Using his immense solar-fueled powers, he became Superman to defend mankind against all manner of threats while championing truth, justice, and the American way!
Lois Lane is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for the Daily Planet of Metropolis. She was the first reporter to interview Superman after he first appeared in Metropolis. Superman later revealed his secret identity to her; the two married and have a son, Jon Kent.
Inspired by Superman, John Henry Irons mimicked his powers with technology. However, his greatest powers are his heart, mind and determination.
A Civil War veteran turned bounty hunter, Jonah Hex's disfigured face and boorish personality don't win him many friends, but his code of honor and expert marksmanship skills means he's always willing to fight for and protect the innocent and dispense lethal justice.
Brainiac is one of Superman's oldest and most powerful foes. A techno-organic being with a twelfth-level intellect and hyper-advanced technology, he travels the multiverse seeking civilizations to shrink and abduct, which he then adds to his collection of captured worlds. He has been responsible for the extinction of countless cultures and the deaths of untold billions.
Supergirl's older, wiser, and stronger counterpart from Earth 2, Power Girl, can be found fighting crime with the likes of Huntress and the Justice Society of America.
A high-level government bureaucrat with an almost completely classified record, Amanda Waller is the ruthless creator and director of Task Force X - better known as the Suicide Squad.
Deadshot is one of the world's greatest assassins, mostly known for his expert marksmanship and near perfect track record. He has been on all sides of the heroes and villains spectrum, and would do anything for his daughter. He is currently a core member of the Suicide Squad.
The Vigilante, also known as Greg Saunders, was an infamous gunslinger during the great depression. He fought every manner of criminal he could, and targeted mobsters and bank robbers. His father, a country policeman, trained him in many skills, including marksmanship and detecting.
A notorious pirate and assassin, Black Manta is one of the most ruthless and feared super villains on Earth, and Aquaman's mortal enemy.
Coldsnap was a member of the Masters of Disaster.
Heatstroke is a member of the Masters of Disaster, a mercenary group for hire with meta-human abilities based on the destructive elements. She has the domain of fire,able to emanate heat and fire and fly on thermal drifts.
Shakedown had super strength, invulnerability, and the ability to control the earth and cause earthquakes.
The niece of John Henry Irons (aka Steel III), Natasha Irons has become a hero by her own right and an important ally for Superman.
Nanaue is a humanoid shark who originally terrorized Hawaii, but now operates as a member of the Suicide Squad. Contrary to popular belief, King Shark is indeed a shark.
New-Wave led the supervillain team Masters of Disaster with her ability to turn into water and a bad attitude.
A Belle Reve inmate possessing a genius-level I.Q. who suffers from a nerve-degenerating disease.
A frontiersman whose real name was Tom Hawkins, he was recruited by George Washington as a scout/spy for his army in the Revolutionary War. Tomahawk is a superior rifleman, tracker, scout and hand to hand fighter.
The Unknown Soldier's face is swathed in bandages, the true identity of the Soldier is a mystery. He was a master of disguise (using latex masks) and carried out many missions for the Allied Forces and was a member of the O.S.S. during the second World War.
George "Digger" Harkness is a villain of The Flash (Barry Allen), he first appeared in The Flash #117 "Here Comes Captain Boomerang" in which he used the Captain Boomerang persona to commit crimes. He would later become a member of the Suicide Squad in the 1980s crossover event "Legends".
The first OMAC was Buddy Blank, the current ones are a series of cyborgs (Not Including Michael Costner) controlled by Brother Eye.
Helena Wayne was the daughter of Batman and Catwoman of Earth 2. She took up the identity of the Huntress to catch her mother's killer and later succeeded her father as Batman.
Post-Crisis, she was first wife of Gotham City Police Commissioner James Gordon and mother of James Gordon Jr. She is also known as Barbara Eileen-Gordon.
The psychotic and murderous son of the Gotham City police commissioner Jim Gordon and his first wife Barbara Kean, James Gordon Jr. has been a recurring threat to his sister Barbara.
Assistant Bio-Tech Manager at Cadmus Industries infected with a virus that can transform him into O.M.A.C.
A wife beater that Superman threw out of his apartment window in order to stop him from hurting his wife, Clay is now the Kryptonite Man (K-Man).
A vigilante recruited into the Reverse Suicide Squad.
The father of King Shark.
U.S. Secretary of Defence who oversaw Project: Metal Men and later Task Force X.
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