Garth Ranzz is one of the three original members/founders of the Legion of Super-Heroes. Empowered with the ability to control electricity, he is called Lightning Lad. Garth is the twin brother of fellow Legionnaire Lightning Lass, and the younger brother of Lightning Lord.
Nura Nal is from the planet Naltor, where all of the inhabitants have the ability to see into the future, though Nura's precognitive ability is the strongest of her race. As Dream Girl, she is a longtime member of the Legion of Super-Heroes.
Brainiac 5 is a long-standing member of the Legion of Super-Heroes with a 12th level intelligence and force-field belt. He is an expert on the science of time-travel (and many other things).
He is a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes, a super group based in the 30th and 31st centuries of the DC Universe. He's a genius in biochemistry and designed a serum to give him the ability to turn invisible.
Tinya Wazzo is a native of the extra-dimensional planet Bgztl, giving her the power to phase through solid objects. She is the only member of her race with the ability to pass through the Phantom Zone and onto Earth. She is a long-time member of the Legion of Super-Heroes under the code name Phantom Girl.
Member of the Legion of Super-Heroes able to induce mass and gravity. Former member of the Justice Society of America.
Able to transmute elements by touch, Element Lad is the last survivor of his race and a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes.
Cosmic Boy is a native of Braal with the ability to control electromagnetic fields. He is a founding member of the Legion of Super-Heroes.
Ultra Boy is a member and former leader of The Legion Of Super-Heroes. Having most of Superboy's powers, but using them one at a time only. His Penetra Vision can see thru lead. (unlike X-Ray vision.) His invulnerability Has shown to be more adaptable than either that of Superboy or Mon-El.
Karate Kid, also known as Val Armorr, has mastered every single form of unarmed combat in the 30th Century.
Imra Ardeen is a founding member of the Legion of Super-Heroes in the 30th and 31st centuries under the code name Saturn Girl. Though all of the inhabitants of her homeworld of Titan are telepaths, Imra's telepathy ranks among the strongest of her race. Saturn Girl is the first ever female character to lead a super-team in comic book history.
Susan Kent was the girlfriend of Jim Barr. When she discovered he was Bulletman, she wanted in on the action. Jim constructed a gravity regulator helmet to match his and made Susan his crime fighting partner, Bulletgirl.
Member of the Legion of Super-Heroes. The Legion of Super-Heroes are a super group based in the 30th and 31st centuries of the DC Universe.
As a member of Young Justice, Secret was a ghost-like heroine until she was restored to her human form by Darkseid before the team disbanded.
Inspired by the superheroine Arrowette, Anita Fite vowed to use her considerable fighting skills and proficiency in the mystic art of vodoun to save lives as Empress.
Arrowette is one of the few superheroes to retire and have it stick. After serving valiantly alongside Young Justice, she now lives the life of a normal girl... who happens to be an Olympic gold medalist.
Kon-El/Conner Kent is a human/Kryptonian hybrid clone and was created to be the ultimate living weapon.
An android created by the supervillian T.O. Morrow to infiltrate the Justice Society of America. The android has since become a noble superhero and member of the Justice League.
Dinah Lance was born into a family of crime fighters; her mother was a vigilante and her father is a cop. She grew up with the company of heroes, and after years of training, followed in her parent's footsteps by assuming the costume, identity, and legacy of her mother Dinah Drake, the Black Canary.
Helena Bertinelli, born into one of Gotham's mafia families, became a spy and vigilante, destroying those that had killed her family. As a key member of the Birds of Prey, she has moved toward brutal, but non-lethal methods for fighting crime.
As the first Robin, Dick Grayson was the most famous sidekick in all of fiction. As he ventured forth on his own, he formed the Teen Titans and became their leader. When the boy became a man, he became the independent hero known as Nightwing.
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.
A brilliant botanical biochemist, Pamela Isley is a fervent eco-terrorist out to save the world's plant life by any means necessary. She often finds herself at odds with Batman, though they have, on occasion, fought on the same side.
Catwoman, the costumed alias persona of Selina Kyle, is a cat burglar with an on-again, off-again, romantic relationship with Batman. She is shown as a woman who is very strong-willed, independent and morally dubious.
Bruce Wayne, who witnessed the murder of his billionaire parents as a child, swore to avenge their deaths. He trained extensively to achieve mental and physical perfection, mastering martial arts, detective skills, and criminal psychology. Costumed as a bat to prey on the fears of criminals, and utilizing a high-tech arsenal, he became the legendary Batman.
Humiliated in his own time-period, the 25th century, Michael Jon Carter stole future technology and a security robot named Skeets and traveled back into the 20th century to become the greatest hero you've never heard of: Booster Gold!
Guy Gardner started out as the backup Green Lantern for Hal Jordan. He has since become one of the most prominent Green Lanterns of the Corps, despite possessing an egocentric personality. He has recently deserted his Green Power Ring in favor of the Red Ring of rage. Guy's will and rage are some of the most impressive in the entire Emotional Spectrum.
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.
The editor of the Daily Planet, the newspaper where Clark Kent (Superman) works. A hard taskmaster, but a very loveable character.
The Prankster was one of Superman's first reoccuring foes in the Golden Age. In the New 52, he's Nightwing's new nemesis, a brilliant cyber-criminal.
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