Wonder Girl appears in 1075 issues.
Icon's partner and friend, Rocket has an inertia belt that allows her to fly and form shields of kinetic energy. She's outspoken, liberal, and one of the first teenage mothers in comics.
They are members of the Teen Titans together but hardly get along with each other. Wonder Girl is mainly the reason that Rose left the Titans along with other reasons.
Wonder Girl and the Secret met when both joined the upstart Young Justice, a friendship that continues to this day even though Secret is depowered and retired from superheroics. Secret attends the St. Elias School For Girls alongside Cassie and Cissie Jones-King, the former Arrowette.
The boy named Joey, a.k.a. Serpenteen, is a snake-like member of the Point Men, who later rebelled and joined Young Justice.
Slobo is a clone of Lobo and a member of the superteam Young Justice.
Serpenteen's girlfriend who he brought along for the invasion of Zandia.
Cassandra Sandsmark, daughter of Olympian Zeus and a mortal woman, became the second Wonder Girl in an attempt to save Wonder Woman's life. She continues adventuring as a member of the Teen Titans.
Kiran is the light emitting hero known as Solstice and a member of the Teen Titans. She was being held captive by N.O.W.H.E.R.E, where she was experimented on. She and her fellow Teen Titans have recently met the stranded team known as the Legion Lost.
Starfire became her mentor while they were on the Teen Titans together.
Current bearer of the Starman legacy, teenager Courtney Whitmore serves as a valued member of the Justice League United.
currently members of the teen titans together
Stephanie Brown is the Cluemaster's daughter. She becomes the Spoiler to "spoil" her father's criminal plots, and dated Tim Drake while he was Robin. Steph temporarily becomes Robin when Tim is forced to quit by his father. Later, she briefly resumes being Spoiler before Cassandra Cain decides to pass her the mantle of Batgirl. In the New 52 and Rebirth, she's back to being The Spoiler.
Colonel Steve Trevor is an Air Force pilot and the classic love interest of Wonder Woman.
He is now a U.S. Government Agent and head of A.R.G.U.S., an organization, that serves as a link between super-humans and the government. He is also co-leader and a member of the Justice League of America.
The Super-Cycle is a quasi-sentient vehicle built by New Genesis technology. Each Super-Cycle thinks, feels, and can even create new life; making it alive and not an object.
During the year of "52", Cassie found herself with Supergirl as a roommate, the result of a slow-burning friendship that actually began with a fistfight at the Kent Farm in Smallville.
When Cassie first became Wonder Girl, she attempted to fight crime with the help of Amazon artifacts "borrowed" from Wonder Woman. She derived super strength from the Gauntlet of Atlas, while gaining flight and super speed from the "Sandals of Hermes". It was also during this period that she was trained in unarmed combat, largely by former Wonder Woman stand-in Artemis.
Sweet Sixteen is a sometimes hero sometimes villain related to the Teen Titans and Young Justice
The most intelligent 16-year-old on the planet, Tanya Spears has inherited the mantle of Power Girl from Earth-2's Karen Starr. A former member of Teen Titans, she now works for S.T.A.R. Labs and operates solo.
New member of Young Justice, she was able to hack a green lantern battery.
Tempest (formerly Aqualad) was Aquaman's sidekick, founding member of the Teen Titans and a resident of Atlantis. He is the second physically strongest Atlantean.
The original Terra was a Teen Titan who was secretly a spy for their enemy Deathstroke. During The classic storyline The Judas Contract, Terra died. In the New 52, Terra is a member of the teenage runaways, The Ravagers.
Son of Zeus and incumbent king of Themyscira, The Olympian is a powerful warrior and a champion to his people.
The Presence, otherwise known as the God of the Covenant, sometimes called Yahweh. He is the creator and the God of the DC universe, though he's more often spoken of than actually seen.
Wonder Girl defeated Ray in an election for leader of Young Justice, becoming his second team leader while serving with the team.
At the age of nine, Timothy Drake cleverly deduced the identities of Batman and Robin. Four years later, after the death of Jason Todd, Tim convinced Batman that he should be the new Robin. Eventually resigning from the role, he is now Red Robin, leader of the Teen Titans.
Formerly a Gorilla Knight under the orders of Gorilla Grodd, Tolifhar wound up becoming a valuable ally to Diana Prince, better known as Wonder Woman.
Adopted daughter of the Red Tornado and Kathy Sutton.
The archeologist Vijay is the father of the Teen Titan Solstice.
Wendy & Marvin, twin children of the Calculator, were caretakers of Titans Tower until they were viciously attacked. Wendy survived and is now left in a wheelchair. She has recently taken up the identity of Proxy.
Wonder Woman straddles somewhat of an interesting line with Cassie sometimes acting as the second parent Cassie is so desperately missing, while alternately treating Cassie as if she was a younger sister. Cassie has rarely been Diana's actual sidekick, usually acting as another partner rather than a second tier trainee.
Young Frankenstein is a fictional superhero published by DC Comics. He first appears in Teen Titans vol. 3 #38 (September 2006), and was created by Geoff Johns and Tony Daniel.
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