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.
Rocketed to Earth as an infant from the doomed 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.
Sole survivor of the Martian people, J'onn J'onzz was teleported to Earth decades ago by Dr. Saul Erdel. Since then, he has adopted Earth as his new home, playing many roles over his time with humanity: detective, secret agent, explorer, and even a founding member of the Justice League.
Ice is a reserved and compassionate superhero who fights crime alongside her friend Fire. They've teamed up together as members of the Global Guardians and the Justice League.
Ted Kord was the second person to become the Blue Beetle. Deprived of the scarab that empowered his predecessor, Ted was forced to rely on his superior athleticism, fighting prowess, and technological genius to combat crime. He died a hero at the hands of Maxwell Lord.
Kara Zor-El is Superman's cousin and last survivor of Krypton's Argo City. She has a brash and defiant personality that she developed in response to the destruction of Krypton. Currently, she is operating out of National City alongside the D.E.O.
Jimmy Olsen is a photojournalist working at the Daily Planet, as well as a close friend of both Clark Kent and Lois Lane.
Jonathan Kent, married to Martha Kent, is the adoptive father of Clark Kent, who is better known as Superman. Before his recent death, he was a rural farmer in Kansas. He is sometimes referred to as Pa Kent, and sometimes as Eben Kent.
Martha Kent is married to Jonathan Kent, and the pair of them are the adoptive parents of Kal-El, also known as Superman and Clark Kent. With Jonanthan, Martha is primarily responsible for raising and providing guidance to various super-powered beings in addition to Superman, including Supergirl, Superboy, Mon-El, and Krypto.
A scientific genius and one-time friend to Superman, and now the mysterious villain Ruin.
Beatriz da Costa was bequeathed her green flame powers by Brazilian mysticism. She started her super-hero career in the Global Guardians. She has been a long time member of the Justice League in various incarnations, and is best known for her friendships/partnerships with fellow league members Tora (Ice) and Sigrid (Ice Maiden).
Formerly the head of the Metropolis Special Crimes Unit, Maggie Sawyer is currently the newest Commissioner of the Gotham City Police Department and ex-fiancee of the current Batwoman.
Bloodwynd is an extremely enigmatic necromancer that uses a powerful mystic relic, the Blood Gem, to fight the forces of evil. The gem grants its user divine abilities and was created by slaves via magic rituals. It has since then been passed down from generation to generation, with "Bloodwynd" being its current wielder.
Created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Guardian was once a cop named Jim Harper, patrolling Metropolis's Suicide Slum. Harper eventually becomes the vigilante known as Guardian to "guard" society from crooks.
She heads the Entertainment and Arts section of the Daily Planet. She recently returned to Metropolis from Los Angeles, but had to get away from Metropolis when a (recently revealed) robot Toyman killed her son.
Dan Turpin was known as 'Brooklyn' during the Second World War. Later he moved to Metropolis and joined the Special Crimes Unit.
Doomsday is a seemingly unstoppable behemoth who adapts his physical form to overcome and destroy anything or anyone in his path. He is best known for being the murderer of Superman in the "Death of Superman" storyline.
She is from the planet Almerac, and became a member at the Crucible Academy to accomplish her wish to become a leader and escape from the demands of her family and her world to find a mate and have children in order to help repopulate her world, which isn't possible due to her being openly gay.
Oberon is good friend and father-like figure to Mister Miracle.
Being a D.N.Alien, Dubbilex is really a human clone with telepathic powers that has been made to look like an alien.
Superman's (other) Pal.
The sports editor at the Daily Planet.
His family was saved by Superman during his battle against Doomsday. After that and the discovery of his metahuman power, he decided to follow Superman's example and became the leader of the Supermen of America.
A protoplasmic lifeform from a pocket universe, Matrix was able to shapeshift, turn invisible, and use telepathy and telekinesis. She was created by a heroic version of Lex Luthor from a different universe. She was meant to be a savior. She came to this universe and took on the role of Supergirl. She joined the Teen Titans, went into space and fought with Maxima against Brainiac, among other adventures. Later, she gave her life to save Linda Danvers and the two became one girl - the Earth Angel of fire.
He is a rock looking monster that is invulnerable inside and out. He lives in the sewers of Metropolis.
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.
A member of the new incarnation of the Newsboy Legion, and the clone of Walter Johnson.
A founding member of the original Newsboy Legion and one of the heads of Project Cadmus. Not to be confused with "Big Words", his clone.
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