DC Comics 마이너 캐릭터 목록 - List of minor DC Comics characters
각 사람은 매우 저렴한과 범죄에 집착되었다 실패 범죄였다 "각도." 그는 괴롭혀 원더 우먼을 "각도"를 포함 점점 더 영리 계획의 일련의.
그는 이제 노란색과 녹색 의상을 입고와 낚시꾼하는 휘두르는 등장 펜로즈 삼각형 다양한 방법으로 시간과 공간을 워프 할 수있다. 그 호의 텍스트 페이지는 그가 슈퍼 악당 의 비밀 협회 의 창립자 Darkseid에 의해 모집되고 의상을 입었다 고 설명했습니다 .Darkseid가 사회의 비밀 지도자로 노출되고 퇴거 된 후 일정 시점에 앵글 러를 사용하여 미리 왜곡되었습니다. .  그는 또한에 등장하기 시작 원더 우먼의 다시 한 번 제목입니다. 한순간에, 그는 원더 우먼의 친구 싸움 에타 캔디 . 
나중에 동안 필 네즈 온의 실행 원더 우먼의 제목, 그는에 개정 된 안젤로 벤드 , 이탈리아어 그의 특별한 사용 고용에 대한 마스터 신사 도둑 낚시꾼을 당국에 탈출.  그는에 의해 붙 잡혔다 도나 트로이 박물관에서 고대 유물을 훔치려 고있다. 도나, 트로이아로, 악당을 막으려했다하더라도, 각도 남자는 짝사랑의 비트 형성 아마존 . 그는 그래서 그는 본능적으로 자신을 수송 그녀와 매혹되었다 Themyscira 그가 잔인하게 a로 공격 할 때 도나의 도움을 구하고, 분노 -possessed 바바라 앤 미네르바를. 나중에는 그가 세바스찬 발레 스테 로스에 그녀의 힘을 잃고 그들을 회복 도난당한 유물을 필요로했다 바바라, 이전 치타, 고용되었다는 것을 알게되었다. 그는 또한 그녀가 슈퍼맨 로봇에 의해 잠깐 살해 된 후 Donna Troy의 장례식에서 슬퍼하는 모습을 보였습니다 . 
Jimenez에 의해 재창조 된 정교한 도둑은 이후 훨씬 더 치명적이고 강박적인 완전히 다른 성격으로 작성되었습니다.
Bend는 Gotham City 의 East End에서 활동하던 Secret Society of Super Villains의 일원으로 Infinite Crisis 스토리 라인에 출연했습니다 . 캣우먼은 가까운 사회로 돌아가 다시 악당 척, 팀을 침투. 벤드는 그녀를 두 번 건너 사회에 그녀의 계획을 논의 발견 뱃속에 그녀를 촬영하고 삼각형 모양의 칼날이 머리에 그녀를 찔러 그녀를 공격했다. 그러나 앵글 맨이 "죽인" 캣우먼은 사실 캣우먼이 최근에 만나 도움을 요청한 새로운 클레이 페이스 였습니다 . 진짜 캣우먼 그녀는 악당에서 공격하는 동안, 야구 방망이로 잔인 벤드를 이길 등장합니다. 
1 년 후 셀리나 카일은 아이를 낳은 후 캣우먼이라는 정체성을 포기했습니다. 그녀의 동료이자 친구 인 홀리 로빈슨 캣우먼 정체성을 점령했다. 벤드, 지금 캣우먼 집착과 복수에 구부러진은하지 그가 잘못된 사람을 쫓고있다 실현, 홀리을 목표로하고있다. 그는 (잔인한 싸움이 테이프에 잡힌) 번부터 홀리에 의해 패배했다,하지만 자신을 호출하는 새로운 악당에 의해 접근 된 필름 괴물분명히 같은 이름의 사망 배트맨 악당의 후계자. 영화 괴물은 셀리나의 비밀 신분을 추론 할 때, 두 악당 그녀의 아파트에 대한 공격을 시작합니다. 이로 인해 그는 셀리나의 아기를 죽이고 그녀의 비밀 정체를 다른 악당들에게 넘기겠다고 위협하기도합니다. 셀리나가에서 호출 할 때이 계획은, 그러나, 방해하는 Zatanna 다른 수행 mindwipe 두 사람에 있습니다. 이로 인해 Angle Man은 슈퍼 악당으로서의 더 영광스러운 날을 회상 한 후 고담 경찰에 자신의 범죄를 강제로 고백합니다. 
Angelo는 다음으로 Wonder Woman을 공격하기 위해 대규모 악당 팀을 모은 Circe 의 동맹 자로 나타납니다 .  그는 다이애나 키르케는 자신의 능력을 증폭 발사체 찌르는 도구로 자신을 복제하는 데 자신의 낚시꾼을 사용하는 것을 알려줍니다. 그와 그의 동료는 약 그녀가 아마존의 동맹의 큰 그룹에 의해 구출 될 때 원더 우먼을 정복한다. 각 사람에 의해 의식이 렌더링 로빈 백병전에서 다음 Metahuman 담당 부서의 권한으로 체포된다. 각도 남자의 감금이 처리 된 후, 그의 낚시꾼에 의해 촬영 네메시스 와 정부의 몰수에 위치.
동안 새로운 (52) , 각도 맨 먼저 슈퍼맨과 원더 우먼의 로맨틱 커플 링의 소식을 목격 술집에서 볼 수 있습니다.  그는 또한 Forever Evil 스토리 라인 에서 여러 슈퍼 악당의 모임에 참여했습니다 .  가장 최근에 Angle Man은 Vandal Savage 의 아들 로 밝혀졌습니다 . 슈퍼맨과 원더 우먼에 대한 실패 플롯 후, 각 사람은 투옥되었다 나중에 불복종에 대한 그의 아버지에 의해 살해. 
Angle Man의 대체 버전
- The Angle Man은 Super Friends 만화 시리즈에 등장합니다. Riddler , Cluemaster , Signalman , Calculator , Puzzler 와 함께 팀을 구성한 Angle Man은 Duke of Deception 에 의해 속아 마법의 오토마타를 풀어주었습니다. 공작 그것으로 세계를 정복 할 계획 실현 후, 각도 인간과 다른 악당은 생물을 격파하기 위해 슈퍼 친구와 세력에 합류했다. 전투 후, 슈퍼맨 각도 남자의 놀랍게도, 악당을 감사했다. 
- 각 사람은 등장 용감한 및 굵게 : 모두 새로운 배트맨 (에 기초한다 만화 시리즈 같은 이름의 애니메이션 시리즈 ). 그는 다른 원더 우먼의 악당 (아메바 남자의 구성에 보였다 블루 눈사람 의 치타 , 크림슨 지네, 불꽃 놀이 남자, Giganta 의 구색과 함께, 그들과 같이 마우스 남자와 종이 남자) 배트맨의 악당들은 배트맨과 원더 우먼의 결혼식을 무너 뜨 렸습니다. 그들은 신속하게 공정 리그의 공동 노력과 Themyscira의 아마존에 의해 패배했다. 
- TV 시리즈를 원작으로 한 Wonder Woman '77 만화책 에서 앵글 맨은 치타가 클레이 페이스 를 설득 하여 원더 우먼을 공격 하도록 설득 할 때 부상당한 범죄자들을위한 의사 사무실의 대기실에서 잠깐 보입니다 . 
다른 미디어의 The Angle Man
- 에서 무제한 공정 리그 , 각도 남자는의 구성원으로 나타납니다 비밀 사회 와 시리즈의 마지막 시즌에 몇 가지 비를 구사하는 모습을 수 있습니다. 각 사람은 에피소드있는 uncredited 목소리 "위대한 두뇌 강도"에 한 줄 한 필 라마를 . 그는 Alive 에피소드에서 Grodd / Luthor Secret Society의 회원입니다 .
- 각 사람이 나타납니다 배트맨 : 용감한 및 굵게 에피소드 "조커! 비열한와 악당과를" 그는 나쁜 사람이 놀고 술집에서 볼 수 있습니다.
- 에서 Scribblenauts 가면을 벗겼다 : 직류 코믹 어드벤쳐 , 각도 남자는 플레이어에 의해 소환 할 수있는 문자의 수천 중 하나입니다.
베라 블랙 에서 영국 오닉 사이보그입니다 DC 우주 .
이야기의 맥락에서, 베라 블랙의 여동생 인 맨체스터 블랙 . 자녀로서 부모들은 싸울 것이다 맨체스터 그들을 피하기 위해 놀이에 그녀를 걸릴 것이다. "놀이"자신의 생각이 sprees을 살해되면서, 베라의 관점 트위스트되었다. 시도 후 그녀의 형제 다이가 파괴되면 슈퍼맨 , 그녀는 그녀가 그녀가 더 나은 그녀의 오빠보다하기로 결정하기 전에 처음 슈퍼맨에 복수를 고민, 욕망 어떤 무기로 구성 할 수있는 진화 된 인공 두뇌 보철로 교체, 말할 수없는 어린 시절 사고로 잃은 팔을 망쳐있다 .
그녀의 새로운 능력은 그녀의 잔재 주요 결과 엘리트 와 암묵적 작업 공정 리그 . 이로 인해 Flash의 격려 를 받아 리그가 일반인에게 표현할 수없는 흑인 작전 임무를 처리 할 의도로 새로운 팀을 이끌도록 요청 하며, 주로 이전에 메타 휴먼 위협을 사냥하고 제거하는 작업을 포함합니다. 그들은 공개. 시작 Coldcast 및 순회 동물원 , 그녀는 플래시, 추가 MANITOU 레이븐 , 주요 재해 , 녹색 화살표 와 카스미를 팀에. 그녀는 또한 입대 경험이없는 알 - 셰이크 체크에서 팀을 유지하고 세계의 정부에 연락 역할을합니다.
베라 블랙의 장비
Vera의 사이버 네틱 암은 거의 무제한에 가까운 다양한 근접 무기, 발사체 및 빔 무기로 변신 할 수 있습니다. 또한 법인 (法人) 위장 기술 광학에 의존뿐만 아니라 다른 사람을 바꾸기 의미인지.
다른 미디어의 Vera Black
Calamity King ( E. Davis Ester )은 DC 유니버스 의 30 세기 슈퍼 히어로 입니다 . Edmond Hamilton 과 Curt Swan이 만든이 캐릭터 는 Adventure Comics # 342 에 처음 등장했습니다 . 이야기의 맥락에서 Calamity King은 Legion of Super-Heroes의 거부 된 구성원입니다 .
이 캐릭터는 "The Karate Kid"라는 제목 의 Legion of Super Heroes 시즌 2 에피소드에 잠깐 등장했습니다 .
|첫 등장||Arkham Asylum : Living Hell # 1 ( 2003 년 7 월 )|
|작성자|| 댄 슬롯 |
Aaron Cash 는 교정 담당관 이자 Arkham Asylum에서 가장 존경받는 경비원 중 한 명입니다 . Aaron Cash는 Dan Slott 과 Ryan Sook 이 만들었 으며 Arkham Asylum : Living Hell # 1 (2003)에 처음 등장했습니다 . 그의 손은 Killer Croc  에게 물 렸고 그 자리에 의수 후크를 사용했습니다. 그의 동료 들과는 달리 그는 정신적으로 나쁘거나 타락하지 않으며 배트맨 의 신뢰할 수있는 동료입니다 . 대부분의 배트맨 캐릭터 가이드에 언급 된대로 그는 고담 시티 의 용감한 사람들 중 한 명입니다.
다른 매체의 Aaron Cash
- Aaron Cash가 배트맨 : 아캄 비디오 게임 프랜차이즈에 등장합니다. Duane R. Shepard, Sr. 
- Aaron Cash는 6 권 미니 시리즈 Batman / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures 의 처음 두 호에 두 번의 카메오 출연을합니다 .
Cerdian 은 DC 유니버스 의 유아입니다 .
Charybdis and his wife, Scylla, are international terrorists who attempt to kill Aquaman. When Scylla is killed, Charybdis is driven mad by grief. He uses his ability to suppress metahuman abilities in others to defeat Aquaman and attempts to absorb Aquaman's powers to himself. Partially successful, he is unable to control his new ability to communicate with fish and falls into a pool of piranha. Instead of being devoured, he melds with the piranhas, taking on many of their traits and taking the name the Piranha Man.
Doris Chase was Adrian Chase's wife. The character, created by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez, first appeared in New Teen Titans #29 (March 1983). Doris was killed (together with their two children) by a bomb planted meant for Adrian by mob boss Anthony Scarapelli; this trauma caused her husband to become the Vigilante.
Doris Chase in other media
Doris Chase appears in Arrow, played by Parveen Dosanjh. Just like in the comics, this version is Adrian Chase's wife. She genuinely loves him and is concerned about Adrian's well-being. Doris later finds out from Green Arrow and John Diggle that her husband is Prometheus. Doris hopes that Adrian will get help, but Adrian kills her.
Angela Chen was created by Alan Burnett, Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, first appearing in Superman: The Animated Series episode: "The Last Son of Krypton: Part II". She is based on Cat Grant and is voiced by Lauren Tom. Angela was a fast rising star of the Daily Planet and also hosted the popular TV news show "Metropolis Today".
However, in the Prime Earth continuity, Angela Chen first appeared as part of The New 52 and DC Rebirth in Justice League of America: Vixen Rebirth #1 by Steve Orlando, Jody Houser and Jamal Campbell; she appeared in the comics as a talk show host.
Angela Chen in other media
- Angela Chen appears in the 2003 video game Superman: Shadow of Apokolips, voiced again by Lauren Tom.
- Angela never appeared on-screen but appeared in the Smallville: Season Eleven comics. She works as a field reporter for the TV channel GNN.
- Angela Chen appears in Justice League vs. Teen Titans, voiced by Laura Bailey.
Within the context of the stories, Christina Chiles had been working on a cyber battle suit modeled after a cat and decided to test it against Catwoman, who had broken into the lab in which Christina worked. Despite the powers the suit gave her, Christina (now Cyber-C.A.T.) was beaten by Catwoman. Infuriated at her loss, Cyber-C.A.T. began a personal vendetta against Catwoman. As Catwoman managed to elude her, Cyber-C.A.T. became more and more fixated on tracking her down. Another confrontation with Catwoman resulted in failure because of the help of Catwoman's rival, the She-Cat.
Cyber-C.A.T. made one final attempt on Catwoman's life, but Catwoman had received her own suit of armor, which gave her powers on par with Cyber-C.A.T.'s, and finally destroyed the armor. Christina was taken into custody by the agency she worked for because of her unauthorized use of its technology.
Within the context of the stories, Nathan Jones, using the name Coldcast, is a member of the Elite. He is recruited into the team by Manchester Black prior to the team encountering Superman in Libya[Superman 1] After Superman defeats the team and Black's apparent suicide, Coldcast is recruited by Vera Black for a team that eventually becomes the Justice League Elite.
Coldcast in other media
The Condiment King is a fictional DC Comics supervillain who is generally used as comic relief. Although Bruce Timm and Paul Dini created Condiment King as a one-off joke character in their DC animated universe television series, Batman: The Animated Series, Chuck Dixon and Scott Beatty created their own version in Batgirl: Year One #8. He made a cameo in The LEGO Batman Movie.
조미료 왕은 배트맨 : 애니메이션 시리즈 에피소드 "Make 'Em Laugh" 에 Stuart Pankin이 목소리를 맡은 스탠드 업 코미디언 Buddy Standler로 처음 등장했습니다 . Standler는 작년 코미디 콘테스트에서 박차를 가한 것에 대한 보복으로 그의 명성을 망치기 위해 조커 에 의해 조미료 왕이되도록 세뇌당했습니다 . 이 캐릭터는 그가 변덕스러운 악당이었고 많은 양념 기반 말장난을 만들었다는 점에서 Adam West Batman TV 시리즈 의 후퇴 였습니다.
Buddy Standler는 Detective Comics # 1000 에서 만화책에 데뷔했습니다 . 이 반복에는 Salt and Pepper라는 이름의 두 헨치 맨이있는 것으로 표시됩니다. 
Mitchell Mayo 는 Batgirl : Year One에 소개 된 Condiment King으로 활동하는 범죄자입니다 . 그는 Batgirl에 의해 패배 할 때까지 은행을 들고있는 것으로 보였습니다 .  그는 나중에 블랙 카나리아 , 세 번째 로빈 , 블루 비틀 에게 패배하기 전에 범죄를 저지르면서 등장했습니다 .  로빈은 그와 싸우는 동안 악당이 잠재적으로 위험하다는 것을 관찰하지만 (조미료 총이 아나필락시스 쇼크를 유발할 수 있기 때문에 만) 그의 우스꽝스러운 성격은 법무부가 그를 진지하게 받아들이지 못하게합니다.  마지막 위기 의 여파 미니 시리즈에서스토리 라인, 조미료 왕이 임모 투스 장군 의 편 에 나타납니다 . Milo 교수 로부터 산성 식초를 받았습니다 .  그는 인간의 불꽃에 의해 자신의 겨자와 케첩 총으로 배신 당하고 곤경에 처해 죽은 듯하다 . 
조미료 왕의 장비
다른 매체의 조미료 왕
- Condiment King의 Buddy Standler 버전은 조커가 모집 한 배트맨 악당 중 하나로 레고 배트맨 무비에 등장합니다. 
- 조미료 왕의 버디 Standler 버전은 비디오 게임에 나타납니다 너머 고담 : 레고 배트맨 3 , 목소리 놀란 북한 .
- Mitchell Mayo 버전의 Condiment King은 HeroClix 수집 용 미니어처 게임을 위한 2016 년 2 월 World 's Finest 확장 세트 의 희귀 인물입니다 . 
- Condiment King의 Mitchell Mayo 버전은 Armin Shimerman이 목소리를 맡은 비디오 게임 Lego DC Super-Villains 에서 플레이 가능한 캐릭터로 나타납니다 .
- 프로듀서 존 스티븐스 (John Stephens) 는 실사 시리즈 고담 에 조미료 왕을 포함시키고 싶다고 말했지만, 쇼의 전체적인 톤에 맞지 않았기 때문에 캐릭터의 우스꽝스러운 특성으로 인해 "아니오"라고 말했습니다. 
- 조미료 왕의 Mitchell Mayo 버전은 Alan Tudyk의 목소리로 Harley Quinn 애니메이션 시리즈에 등장합니다 . 그는 두 번째 시즌 에피소드 인 "Thawing Hearts"에 출연하기 전에이 쇼를 위해 공개 된 프로모션 아트 워크에 처음 등장했으며, 그의 라이벌 인 Kite Man 과 Poison Ivy 와 결혼식 장소를 놓고 경쟁했습니다 .  아이비가 다른 곳에서 도움을 요청한 후 그가 궁극적으로 장소를 확보하는 동안, "The Runaway Bridesmaid"에서 그녀는 그녀의 지각이있는 식인 식물 프랭크가 그와 그의 약혼자를 먹게하여 자신과 카이트 맨을위한 장소를 가질 수 있도록했습니다.
이야기의 맥락에서 Harriet Cooper는 Alfred Pennyworth 가 죽은 후 Wayne Manor 에 살게 된 Dick Grayson의 숙모입니다 .  그녀는 그레이슨과 브루스 웨인 의 일상 생활에 자신을 포함 시키고, 때때로 그들의 비밀 정체를 밝히는 데 가까워진다. Alfred 가 죽음에서 돌아 왔을 때 , 그녀는 그의 주장에 따라 Wayne Manor에 남아 있습니다. [배트맨 1] 시간이 지남에 따라 건강 문제로 인해 활동이 줄어들고 결국 고담시를 떠나게됩니다. [ 인용 필요 ]
텔레비전 시리즈 (성, 미망인 지위)의 일부 세부 사항이 Detective Comics # 373 (1968 년 3 월) 의 만화 이야기에 추가되었습니다 .
해리엇 쿠퍼의 대체 버전
Harriet 이모는 Tiny Titans # 33 (2010 년 12 월)에 출연했습니다 .
다른 매체의 해리엇 쿠퍼
- 이모 Harriet는 1960 년대 텔레비전 시리즈 배트맨에 나타납니다 ; 그녀는 Madge Blake에 의해 묘사되었습니다 .
- 해리엇 이모는 배트맨 '66 타이 인 만화 에서 반복되는 캐릭터가되었습니다 .
- Harriet 이모는 애니메이션 영화 Batman : Return of the Caped Crusaders 및 Batman vs. Two-Face 에 출연하며 린 마리 스튜어트가 목소리를냅니다 .
네드 크리 건
Ned Creegan 은 DC Comics의 슈퍼 악당입니다.
Ned Creegan은 Billy Blabbermouth가 과학 실험에 사용되는 귀중한 보석에 대해 알려준 사기꾼입니다. 그는 Nevil Long이라는 과학자 의 집에 침입 하여 보석을 훔쳐 울타리로 가져갑니다. 판매는 배트맨 과 두 사람과 싸우는 로빈에 의해 중단됩니다 . 로빈이 울타리를 내리자 배트맨은 네드가 보석 때문에 투명 해져서 해골을 남기고 있음을 알게됩니다. Robin이 그를 Bag O 'Bones라고 부른 후, Ned는 그의 전기적인 터치로 배트맨과 로빈을 물리 친다. 그런 다음 Ned는 Nevil Long의 집으로 돌아가서 그에게 무엇이 잘못되었는지 확인하게합니다. Nevil은 그가 살아남은 핵전쟁을 실험 해왔다고 밝힙니다. Ned에게 임시 해독제를 준 후 Nevil은 자신의 Bag O 'Bones 형태가 그 형태에있을 때마다 인생에서 하루를 잃는다는 사실을 밝힙니다. Ned와 함께 일하기로 동의 한 Nevil은 그에게 결과를 테스트하기 위해 해독제를 내 보냅니다. Bag O 'Bones가 박물관을 강탈하고있을 때 배트맨과 로빈이 공격을 받고 난투에서 해독제를 잃습니다. 그가 약해지기 시작하면 Bag O 'Bones는 항복하고 보석이 Nevil Long에 의해 실험되고 있다고 말합니다. 배트맨과 로빈은 네빌과 맞서게됩니다. 방사선 조사를받은 동물들과 다투다가 배트맨과 로빈은 네빌을 체포하고 백오 본즈에게 해독제를 주도록합니다. 법적인 문제를 피하기 위해 자신의 비밀을 미국 정부에 판매하기로 합의한 후 Nevil은 Bag O'Bones의 재판에 참석하여 20 년 징역형을 선고받습니다. Bag O 'Bones가 Nevil에게 자신의 상태에서 형벌에서 살아남지 못할 것이라고 말했을 때, Nevil은 처음에 실험실에 침입하지 않았다면이 위치에 있지 않을 것이라고 말했습니다.
Ned Creegan은 Cyclotronic Man 으로 새로운 힘을 가지고 돌아옵니다 . 그곳에서 그는 100 명의 Tobias Whale 에 고용되어 Black Lightning 과 Superman 을 죽 입니다. 그는 Jimmy Olsen 을 잡아서 그들을 유인합니다 .  Cyclotronic 남자는 검은 색 번개와 슈퍼맨에 의해 패배했다. 
에서 고담 주립 교도소 , 소장 가석방 요청이 거부되었습니다 브류 스터 정보 용 네드 Creegan있다. 될 데 한 사람 붕괴 , 그는 고담시 교도소에서 광란 및 탈출로 들어갑니다. 이로 인해 Warden Brewster가 배트맨을 호출합니다. 방사능 항목을 도난당한 후 배트맨은 아웃 사이더 를 데려와 원맨 붕괴를 추적합니다. STAR Labs 에서 싸우는 동안 One Man Meltdown이 Halo를 차지합니다.그녀의 오라 능력을 사용하면서 인질로. 카타나는 헤일로를 물리 치고, 워든 브루스터가 그에게 실험을하고있는 것으로 밝혀졌습니다. Gotham State Penitentiary로 돌아온 Outsiders와 One Man Meltdown은 Warden Brewster가 Ned Creegan의 의료 기록을 파괴하고 그를 경찰에 넘기는 것을 방지합니다. 배트맨은 가석방 요청이 승인되면 그곳에있을 것이라고 One Man Meltdown에 알립니다. 
다른 매체의 Ned Creegan
네드 크리 건 은 체이스 알렉산더가 그린 블랙 라이트닝 에피소드 "직업의 책 1 장 : 블랙 버드의 탄생"에 등장합니다.  그가 역장 능력을 유지하는 동안,이 버전은 또한 분해와 염력 능력을 가지고 있으며, Carson Williams 사령관에게 Carjacking A 를 위해 시간을 보낸 후 Peter Gambi 의 연구 에 따라 그의 힘 모방 능력을 부여한 동일한 프로그램의 일부였습니다 . 미니 밴. 또한 그는 자신을 Cyclotronic Man 또는 Cyclotronic이라고도 불렀습니다. 그는 환멸을 느끼고 Markovia의 편이 될 때까지 전쟁에서 트레이너 Carson과 함께 싸웠습니다. Cyclotronic Man 이 Anissa Pierce 가 ASA 시설을 공격했을 때그리고 Jeremiah Holt 목사는 여행을 받았고, 그는 벽을 부수고 Carson이 도착할 때까지 경비원을 무너 뜨 렸습니다. Carson은 Cyclotronic Man과 싸웠을 때 Carson이 자신의 능력을 모방하기 시작하면서 그를 멈춰서 싸웠습니다. 싸움은 Carson이 Cyclotronic Man의 목에 다리를 감고 부러 뜨리면 끝납니다. Carson은 투어를하는 사람들에게 자신을 소개하면서 Percy Odell에게 Cyclotronic Man과 Markovian 병사들이 함께 탈락했다고보고했습니다. 에피소드 "The Book of Occupation Chapter 3 : Agent Odell 's Pipe-Dream"에서 Lynn은 Cyclotronic Man이 Markovians가 ASA가 관리하는 메타 인간을 감염시키는 데 사용했던 인공 바이러스의 운반 자라고 의심했습니다. 이것은 "The Book of Markovia Chapter Three :"에피소드에서 Lynn과의 토론에서 Helga Jace에 의해 확인되었습니다.
|첫 등장||Wonder Woman (vol. 2) # 179 ( 2002 년 5 월 )|
|작성자|| 필 히메 네즈 |
로이 앨런 마르티네즈
LeTonya Charles 는 Tar 약물로 몸을 파괴 한 젊은 여성 이었지만, Cyborg 수리를 도운 과학자 중 한 명인 그녀의 숙모 Sarah Charles가 강력한 인공 두뇌 이식으로 그녀를 구했을 때 두 번째 기회를 얻었습니다. 오히려 사용하기보다 그녀의 새로 발견 된 좋은 선물은, LeTonya는 개인의 이익에 집중하기로 결정했습니다 Cyborgirl . 그녀는 여러 노련한 원더 우먼 악당들과 팀을 이뤄 Villainy, Inc.의 회원이되었습니다. 그녀와 그녀의 동료들은 스카 타리스를 전복 시키려했지만 원더 우먼에 의해 제지당했습니다. 
정부가 악당들을 모아서 구원 행성으로 보냈을 때 그녀는 추방을 피하기 위해 저스티스 리그에 자신을 넘겼습니다. 얼마 지나지 않아 Cyborgirl은 Cyborg Revenge Squad에 합류했으며 STAR Labs에서 Victor Stone에 대한 공격을 수행하는 여러 존재 중 하나였습니다. Stone은 Cyborgirl의 전자기 공격을 피했지만 순전히 힘으로 그녀를 물리 치는 데 성공했습니다.
Cyborgirl의 힘과 능력
사이버 네틱 강화 : 이모가 그녀에게 준 임플란트 때문에 Cyborgirl은 사이보그와 동일한 힘을 가지고 있습니다. 그녀의 신체 대부분은 첨단 사이버네틱스로 대체되었습니다. 이것은 그녀에게 초 인간 내구성, 초 인간 속도, 초 인간 민첩성, 초 인간 반사 신경, 초 인간 체력, 초 인간 힘 , 향상된 감각 및 에너지 투사를 포함한 다양한 힘을 부여 합니다.
다른 미디어의 Cyborgirl
- Justice League 가 Kids 'WB 네트워크 에 투구 되었을 때 , 라인업에는 원래 Justice League의 제자 인 3 명의 젊은 멤버가 포함되었습니다. 멤버는 로빈 , 임펄스 , 사이보그 의 10 대 여성 버전 (Cyborgirl 또는 Natasha Irons )으로 묘사 된 오리지널 캐릭터 였습니다 . 프로모션은 Justice League Season One 박스 세트 의 네 번째 디스크에서 볼 수 있습니다.
- Cyborgirl 이름을 기준으로 문자 로라 워싱턴 / 사이버 여성 에 표시되는 화살표 시즌 5 에피소드 " 침략! "로 묘사 에리카 루트 렐 . Rory Regan이 Cyber-Woman이라는 별명을 가진 Laura Washington 박사 는 Van Horn Industries에서 훔친 기술을 사용하여 자신을 인위적으로 보강 한 의사입니다. 사이버 네틱으로 자신을 확장 한 Laura Washington은 Van Horn Industries의 규제 기관을 훔쳐서 자신에게 이식했습니다. 얼마 후, 애로우 팀은 규제 기관이 자체 수단을 사용하기를 희망하면서 워싱턴을 창고까지 추적했습니다. 야생 개그녀를 데리고 갔지만 그녀는 그에게 에너지를 폭발시켜 그를 피하도록 강요했습니다. 그녀가 정확하게 그를 때리기 전에 Wild Dog는 Flash에 의해 구해졌습니다 . Flash는 Supergirl 이 그녀를 때리기 전에 Laura를 때리기 전에 Laura를 마무리 타격으로 보냈습니다.
Darhk 버전이 Arrow에 나타납니다.
Dex-Starr 는 덱스터라는 이름을 가진 브루클린의 한 여성이 입양 한 지구에서 버려진 길 잃은 파란 고양이 입니다. 침입 중에 Dex-Starr는 주인이 죽기 전에 강도를 긁고 경찰에 의해 퇴거되었습니다. 노숙자 인 그는 두 명의 길거리 깡패에게 붙잡혀 브루클린 다리에서 쫓겨 났지만 그가 느꼈던 분노에 빨간 파워 링 이 눈을 떴고 그가 물에 부딪히기 전에 그에게 다가 왔습니다. 레드 랜턴 군단 의 일원으로서 꼬리에 빨간 파워 링을 끼고 두 깡패를 죽이고 그들의 두개골에서 잠을 잤으며 자신이 간단한 문장으로 표현 된 생각을 사용하여 "좋은 고양이"라고 선언했습니다. 그는 위저드 와의 인터뷰에서 Geoff Johns 에 의해 묘사되었습니다.레드 랜턴의 "가장 가학적이고 악의적 인" 원래 Shane Davis의 농담으로 의도 된 그는 긍정적 인 반응으로 더 눈에 띄기 시작했습니다. Dex-Starr는 자주 Atrocitus와 함께 여행하며 주인을 살해 한 강도를 찾는 것을 중심으로 복수심을 다합니다. Dex-Starr는 Rankorr의 피를 마신 후 구조물을 만들 수있는 능력을 얻었으며, 그의 동료 Red Lanterns에게는 알려지지 않았지만, Red Lanterns 의 전 지도자가 자신의 붉은 힘 반지를 빼앗는 것을 본 후 Atrocitus 를 특정 죽음으로부터 구하는 새로운 능력을 사용했습니다. 로 가이 가드너 .  : 89
다른 미디어의 Dex-Starr
- Dex-Starr 는 Jason J. Lewis의 목소리로 Justice League Action 에 출연합니다 . 에피소드 "레드 랜턴의 분노"에서 그는 레드 랜턴 군단의 일원입니다.
- Dex-Starr는 DC Super Hero Girls 에 출연하며 Kevin Michael Richardson 이 Red Lantern으로 목소리를 냈으며 Fred Tatasciore 는 보컬 효과를 제공합니다. 에피소드 "#RageCat"에서 그는 Green Lantern Jessica Cruz 가 주인을 찾고자하는 Dexter라는 동물 보호소의 집없는 고양이 입니다. 잠시 레드 랜턴의 힘을 얻은 후 제시카는 그를 애완 동물로 입양합니다. 그의 외모는 Maine Coon 과 비슷합니다 . 그는 또한 수염이 부족한 것으로 보입니다.
- Dex-Starr 는 Dee Bradley Baker의 목소리로 Lego DC Comics Super Heroes : Aquaman : Rage of Atlantis 에 등장합니다 .
- Dex-Starr는 Lego Batman 3 : Beyond Gotham 에서 플레이 가능한 캐릭터로 등장 하며 Dee Bradley Baker가 다시 목소리를냅니다. 그는 사이드 퀘스트에서 정의의 전당에서 처음 발견되어 플레이어가 10이 될 때까지 적을 공격하지 못하도록 요청합니다. 그는 나중에 이스 몰트에 나타나서 캣우먼이 플레이어에게 자신의 영토가 될 수있는 장소를 찾는 데 도움을 요청합니다. .
- Dex-Starr는 Scribblenauts Unmasked : A DC Comics Adventure에 포함 된 다른 많은 DC 캐릭터 중 하나 입니다. 
- Dex-Starr는 Atrocitus 와 함께 Injustice 2에 등장 합니다. 그는 Atrocitus의 게임 내 캐릭터 특성으로 플레이어가 Atrocitus가 상대방을 공격 할 수 있도록 그를 소환합니다.
- Dex-Starr는 Lego DC Super-Villains 에서 플레이 가능한 캐릭터로 등장 하며 Dee Bradley Baker가 다시 목소리를냅니다. 
짙은 파랑 색
이야기의 맥락에서 Debbie Perkins 는 Tsunami 의 딸이며 Neptune Perkins 를 아버지로 믿고 자랐고 Rhombus는 그녀를 그의 딸이라고 믿었습니다. Deep Blue로서 그녀는 해저 왕국을 통합하라는 Aquaman 의 요청에 응답하는 영웅 중 하나 입니다.  이상 시간, 그녀는 호출되는 주장하기 시작 인디고 것을 배운다 ATLAN의 주장은 그녀의 진정한 아버지합니다.
Dexter는 Flash 가 Summoner라는 무기를 찾아 Flash Museum 에 올 때 근무 합니다. Dexter는 소환사가 어디에 있는지 Flash를 보여주게되어 기쁩니다. 그러나 그것이 사라 졌다는 사실에 겁에 질려 있습니다. 나중에 Flash가 Vandal Savage 와 싸우고있을 때 Dexter는 Flash가 요청한 Summoner의 청사진을 보여줍니다. 이러한 청사진을 통해 Flash는 Savage를 물리 칠 수 있습니다.
다른 미디어의 Dexter Myles
닥터 노 페이스
다른 미디어의 Doctor No-Face
닥터 노 페이스가 에피소드 "박쥐 분열!"에 등장했습니다. 애니메이션 시리즈 Batman : The Brave and the Bold .
다른 매체의 Doctor Trap
Doctor Trap ( Alan Tudyk 음성 )은 Harley Quinn 에피소드 "Trapped"에 등장합니다. 고담 이 파멸에 빠졌을 때 그는 박물관을 인수하고 다른 슈퍼 악당들에게서 수집 한 다양한 무기를 보관하고 다양한 부비 트랩을 사용하여 그들을 보호했습니다. Firefly 의 화염 방사기를 찾고있는 Harley , Poison Ivy , Kite Man , Catwoman 은 박물관에 침입하여 그것을 되찾았지만 Catwoman은 트랩의 함정 중 하나에 걸려 그룹을 떠납니다. 탈출 후 할리는 야구 방망이로 트랩의 턱을 부러 뜨립니다. 그의 이름은 "싸울만한 가치가있는 싸움"의 닥터 사이코 의 전화 에도 나타나며"The Runaway Bridesmaid"에 카메오 출연 하여 턱을 수리하고 Ivy와 Kite Man의 결혼식에 참석합니다.
닥터 타이 메의 능력과 능력
Tyme 박사의 특수 무기는 시간을 조작하는 광선으로, 그가 정지 상태에서 물체를 동결시킬 수 있습니다. 이것은 주로 사소한 절도 및 기타 작은 범죄에 사용됩니다.
다른 매체의 Tyme 박사
- Tyme 박사는 Batman : The Brave와 Bold 에피소드 "The Last Patrol" 에서 카메오로 출연합니다 .이 에피소드에서 그는 거대한 모래 시계에 Doom Patrol 을 가두었던 회상 장면에서 목격되었습니다 .
- 에 슈퍼 친구 만화 시리즈, 닥터 Tyme 웜의 회원에 의해 주도 미친 과학자의 그룹으로 나타납니다 렉스 루더 . 나머지 멤버들과 마찬가지로 그는 루터가 동료들이 그들의 기술을 보여줄 기회로 그들을 속임수로 불렀을 때 슈퍼 프렌즈에 의해 체포되었습니다 . 
- Tyme 박사 는 Brandon Perea가 연기 한 Doom Patrol 에 출연합니다. 
Green Arrow와 Black Canary # 7 (2008 년 6 월)에 데뷔 한 Dodger 는 고급 상품을 취급하는 도둑입니다. 영국 런던에서 운영되는 Dodger는 정보에서 첨단 기술에 이르기까지 모든 것을 훔치거나 판매합니다.
어느 순간 그는 외계 우주선처럼 보이는 것을 소유하게되었습니다. 차량의 스텔스 기능으로 인해 수익성이 좋은 상품이 된 것을 인식하고 그는 리그 오브 어쌔신을 포함한 다양한 지하 세계 인물에게 선박을 임대하기 시작했습니다 . 문제의 선박에 대한 암살 시도에 연결되었을 때 코너 호크 의 녹색 화살표 와 블랙 카나리아는 활동을 조사하기 시작했다. 트레일은 그들이 ( Mia "Speedy"Dearden 과 함께) 런던으로 이끌고 현지 술집에서 Dodger와 전투를 벌였습니다. Dodger는 육체적 인 육체적 전투원임이 입증되었지만 "Team Arrow"는 그를 제압하고 그들에게 암살자 연맹에 대해 말했습니다.
더 많은 정보를 요구했을 때 Dodger는 협조하기를 꺼려했기 때문에 Green Arrow와 Black Canary는 더 나은 정보를 제공하기로 동의 할 때까지 번지 코드로 매달린 화물기의 뱃속에서 그를 떨어 뜨 렸습니다. 그는 그들을 자신의 비밀 소굴로 데려가 그가 임대 한 스텔스 선박의 마지막 위치를 삼각 측량했습니다.
Green Arrow와 Black Canary는 수색에 동행하도록 그를 설득하여 영국 Leichestershire의 성으로 데려갔습니다. 그들은 여러 개의 함정을 피하고 마침내 이전 Justice Leaguer Plastic Man 의 압축 된 형태를 담고있는 극저온 튜브를 발견했습니다 .
Dodger는 "Team Arrow"와 함께 계속해서 일했고 리그 오브 어쌔신을 대표한다고 주장하는 메타 휴먼 팀과 싸웠습니다. Dodger는 전투에 거의 기여하지 않았습니다. 그러나 그는 배트맨 이 그를 제압 할만큼 충분히 오랫동안 그들 중 하나의주의를 산만하게 만들었습니다. Dodger는 그룹과 함께 모험을 계속하고 적과 싸우고 팀과 함께 모험을 완료했습니다.
리그 오브 어쌔신 (League of Assassins)과 사업을 시작한 다 저는 "Team Arrow"와 함께 미국으로 돌아와 Mia Dearden과 낭만적 인 관계를 맺었습니다. 미아는 이제 미국을 떠나이 관계를 계속하기 위해 런던으로 여행했습니다.
다른 미디어의 다저
Dodger는 James Callis가 그린 TV 시리즈 Arrow에 출연합니다 . 에피소드 "Dodger"에 등장하는 그는 부유 한 거주자에게서 귀중한 보석을 빼앗아 고가에 판매하는 영국의 보석 도둑이다. 만화와는 달리이 캐릭터의 반복은 외계인 기술이 아닌 폭탄 고리를 가진 인질을 사용하여 그를 훔칩니다. 그는 또한 고전압 스턴 스틱을 무기로 사용하여 피해자를 의식을 잃게 만듭니다. 그의 실명은 Winnick Norton 이며, 캐릭터의 원래 제작자 인 Judd Winick 과 Mike Norton을 가리 킵니다.. 그는 올리버가 화살을 단검으로 사용하여 차를 추락시킨 후 자신의 "충격기"로 끌려 나갔을 때 올리버와 존 디글에 의해 패배하고 그 후 SCPD 부대에 의해 체포됩니다. 에서 화살표 : 시즌 2.5 타이 - 인 만화, 노튼은 감옥에서 탈출하고 배반자라는 용병 그룹의 일부로 Bludhaven 밖으로 운영을 시작합니다. 그와 다른 멤버들은 클린턴 호그 의 명령에 따라 펠리시티 스모크 를 납치 한다. 그는 "다저"에서 그가 어떻게 그녀를 납치했는지를 연상시킨다. 노턴과 다른 회원들은 올리버 퀸, 로이 하퍼 , 헬레나 베르티넬리 에게 패배하여 그들을 구속하고 경찰에 제보하여 체포 할 수있었습니다.
원래 도미 누스는 자신의 세계 신앙을 지키는 다섯 명의 수호자 중 한 명인 Tuoni 라는 외계인 사제였습니다 . 이 기간 동안 그는 동료 인 Ahti와 사랑에 빠졌습니다. 그러나 그는 Ahti가 자신을 지나서 모든 현실의 조명기 인 Kismet의 맨틀을 맡았을 때 질투에 휩싸였습니다. 
이 새로운 전능 형태, 도미 누스는 슈퍼맨의를 통해 지역을 탈출 고독의 요새 와 공격 지구를 . 그녀의 우주적 힘을 훔치기 위해 Kismet을 찾으려고 시도한 그는 Superman에 반대했습니다. 복수를 맹세하는 Dominus는 텔레파시로 슈퍼맨의 마음에 들어가 Man of Steel의 가장 큰 약점 중 하나를 잡아 먹었습니다. 지구 사람들의 실패에 대한 그의 두려움 .
Dominus는 마인드 컨트롤을 사용하여 Superman이 지구를 장악하고 Superman 로봇 을 만들어 하루 24 시간, 일주일 내내 영원히 지구를 감시 하도록 설득 했습니다. 또 다른 전투에서 Dominus는 현실 왜곡 능력을 사용하여 Superman이되었습니다. Superman 로봇을 사용하여 Kismet을 검색하는 동안 Superman은 자신의 로봇 중 하나로 위장하고 나중에 Dominus로 위장했습니다.
이러한 다른 형태로 포로로 잡혀있는 동안 슈퍼맨 은 고대 크립토 니아 전사 훈련 기법 인 Torquasm Vo를 사용 하여 전사가 생각하는 것을 제어 할 수있게되었습니다. 슈퍼맨과 도미 누스는 현실을 재구성하기 위해 슈퍼맨에 대한 생각을 잃어버린 도미 너스와 정신-육체적 전투를 벌였습니다. 전투는 슈퍼맨이 Dominus를 Phantom Zone으로 추방하는 것으로 끝납니다 .
Dominus는 자신의 "연속 통제"를 사용하여 현실을 바꾸고 "통제"를 사용하여 사람들이 변화가 발생했음을 알지 못하게합니다. 그는 실제로 하나 이상의 동시 현실을 만들 수 있으며, 각 현실은 특정 캐릭터의 정신적 속성을 공격합니다. Dominus의 현실은 또한 Superman의 출판 역사 (1940 년대, 1960 년대 및 1970 년대)와 Muto와 관련된 "The Superman of 2965–2966"이야기에서 영감을 받았습니다.  
도미 너스 비하인드 스토리
1981 년 DC Treasury Special에서 Superman과 그의 Fortress of Solitude 에서 Pre- Crisis Lex Luthor 는 Man of Steel을 파괴하기위한 정교한 계략의 일부로 Dominus라는 빨간 장갑 외계인으로 위장했습니다.
드레드 노트는 에서 소설 속의 인물 DC 코믹스 에 나오는 뉴 (52) 의 연속성. 그는 Psiphon 과 함께 HIVE 의 에이전트로 일하고 있습니다 . 그는 Superboy (vol. 4) # 20에 출연 하여 HIVE가 HIVE 시설에서 탈출 한 Doctor Psycho 를 체포하기 위해 HIVE가 뉴욕으로 보냈고 , Superboy 는 HIVE The two가 사이 오닉 능력에 관심을 가졌습니다. 캐릭터가 팀을 이루어 HIVE 병사를 물리 쳤습니다. Dreadnought는 Superboy에 의해 날아가서 Hudson River에 착륙했습니다 .
Dreadnought는 HIVE에 의해 유전 적 변형을 거쳐 금속 갑옷과 그의 머리에서 튀어 나온 커다란 검은 뿔을 가진 거대한 보라색 인간형 짐승으로 변이되었습니다. 그는 초인적 인 힘과 내구성을 가지고있어 슈퍼 보이도 상대 할 수 있습니다.
사전에 위기 만화, 칼 "Moosie"드레이퍼 에서 성장 스몰빌 (참조 Kator 아래 참조). Draper는 대부분의 다른 아이들이 눈치 채지 못했거나 놀리지 않았던 과체중 서투른 십대 였고 , Draper의 분노에 훨씬 더 많은 Superboy 에만 눈을 가진 Lana Lang 과 사랑에 빠졌습니다 . 성인이 된 드레이퍼는 신체적 결점을 극복하기 위해 운동과 성형 수술을 포함한 자기 개선 요법을 받았습니다. 그는 "Mount Olympus"라고 불리는 슈퍼 악당들을위한 피할 수없는 감옥을 디자인하면서 전문적인 자물쇠 제조공이자 건축가가되었습니다. 그 업적에 감명을받은 슈퍼맨은 반 중력 플랫폼에 배치하여 감옥의 보안을 강화했습니다. 처음에는 Superman에 의해 "Draper 's Island"라고 불렸지만, Draper는 Superman에 의해 사랑에 빠진 상태로 남아있는 성인 Lana에 의해 비공식적으로 "Superman Island"로 이름이 변경되었습니다. 그것은 후자의 이름, 플러스 드레이퍼 자신에서 인식을 전환, 공공의 관심을 끌었 부동 플랫폼의 참신했다. 이것은 Draper의 마지막 빨대임을 증명했습니다. 그는 슈퍼맨을 공격하고 그 이름으로라나를 납치. 슈퍼맨은 그를 물리 치고 감옥으로 보내졌습니다. 
에서 수퍼의 새로운 모험 # 17 (1981 년 5 월), 칼의 괴롭히는에서, 수퍼라는 이름의 로봇을 만들어 Kator 스파링 적으로을 (그리고에 "안전 차단 스위치"제공 조나단 켄트 ). 그러나 Kator는 인공 지능을 개발하고 파괴되기 전에 Boy of Steel을 거의 죽일 뻔했습니다 ( New Adventures of Superboy # 18에서). 그러나 로봇은 Draper가 파괴되기 전에 정체성과 힘을 부여한 것으로 보입니다. 드레이퍼 (새로운 Kator)는 슈퍼 보이를 전투에 참여시킵니다. 그러나 Jonathan Kent는 Draper에서 "Kator의"초능력을 제거하는 "cutoff"장치의 안전 스위치를 누르고 Superboy는 Draper가 Kator였던 기억을 제거합니다.  
사후에 위기 만화, 칼 드레이퍼 첫 등장 수퍼맨의 모험 # 517 (11 월 1994). 이것은 "Dead Again"스토리 라인에서 슈퍼맨이 그의 시체가 그의 무덤에서 여전히 발견 된 후 사기꾼으로 의심되었을 때였습니다 ( The Death of Superman 스토리 라인에서). Draper는 STAR Labs 에 의해 Conduit을 위한 수용소 를 설계하기 위해 고용되었습니다. 그의 딸 Carla가 수퍼맨도 수용 할 수있는 감옥을 지을 수 있는지 물었습니다. Draper는 처음에 진짜 슈퍼맨 만이 탈출 할 수있는 함정을 설계했으며,이 함정을 Deathtrap 이라는 의상을 입은 인물의 홀로그램을 통해 슈퍼맨에게 설명했습니다.. 그러나 슈퍼맨이 함정에서 탈출하자 드레이퍼는 자신 이 실물을 포착 할 수 있다는 것을 증명하는 데 집착하게되었습니다 . 참고로이 버전의 Draper는 캐주얼 한 옷을 입었고 나중에 체인 기반 공격으로 업데이트 된 의상 만 얻었습니다.
Draper는 슈퍼맨을 캡처하기 위해 여러 번의 다른 시도를했으며, 종종 그가 다른 곳에 공개적으로있을 수 있도록 Deathtrap 홀로그램을 미리 프로그래밍했습니다. 한 번은 Superman : The Man of Steel # 43 (1995 년 4 월)에서 Draper Security 기자 회견에 출연하도록 Deathtrap을 프로그래밍하고 Draper의 장치가 어떻게 "전복"되고 있는지 보여 주어 의심을 제거하고 회사 광고.
에서 액션 코믹스 # 739, (자신의 블루 에너지의 형태로) 슈퍼맨은 이제 자신을 호출, 도사린 죽음의 덫하여 "에너지 거리다"에 체포됐다 자물쇠 . 이야기가 끝날 무렵, 그의 딸인 Carla Draper가 이번에 홀로그램을 운영하고 있었고 그녀의 아버지는 이것을 알지 못했다는 것이 독자들에게 밝혀졌습니다. 현재 의상을 입은 마스터 간수는 2002 년 스토리 라인 "Ending Battle"에서 맨체스터 블랙이 조종하는 Neutron 과 함께 악당 중 한 명이었습니다 . 그러나 실제로 드레이퍼라는 것은 분명하지 않았습니다.
Carl Draper는 Checkmate # 17 (2007 년 10 월)에 등장 합니다. 어느 시점에서 Checkmate는 그의 여러 신원을 발견하고이를 사용하여 그를 보안 컨설턴트가되게하여 Checkmate 자체를 공격으로부터 보호했습니다. 이 문제에서 그는 Checkmate 본사에 대한 수많은 공격을 방지하고 Castellan 이라는 제목으로 보안 책임자로 승진합니다 . 그는 상사에게 말하지 않았지만 칼라가 공격에 연루되어 있다고 강력하게 의심합니다. 이 문제에는 이스터 에그 도 포함되어 있습니다. 컴퓨터 디스플레이에 실제 웹 사이트가 표시됩니다 (현재는 사용되지 않음). 사용자 이름 "CARL DRAPER"와 암호 "wilhelmina"로 액세스 할 수 있습니다. 이 사이트는 Draper의 관점에서 작성된 저널과 데이터베이스였습니다. 그의 일지에서 그는 오직 죽음의 함정일 뿐이며 위기 이후 마스터 간수 와는 관련이 없다고 주장했다 .
Carl Draper의 대체 버전
다른 매체의 Carl Draper
Master Jailer 는 Jeff Branson이 연기 한 실사 TV 시리즈 Supergirl 에 등장합니다 . 이 버전에서 그는 포로가 지구에 착륙하고 많은 수감자들이 탈출 할 때까지 Fort Rozz에서 3 세대 교도관이었던 Trombus 행성의 외계인입니다. 그는 자경단을 돌렸고, 카라에게 좌절 될 때까지 여러 명의 탈주자를 사냥하고 린칭했습니다. 전반적으로 그의 방법은 폭력적이지 않고 평화로운 삶을 원하는 외계인을 살해하기까지 지나치게 열성적이었습니다. 지구상에서 그는 National City Police Department의 Draper 형사로 포즈를 취했습니다. 
Carla Draper 는 Snare 라는 이름 으로 Superboy # 26 (1996 년 5 월)에 출연 한 Carl Draper 의 딸입니다 . 그녀는 Draper Security에 하와이 특별 범죄 부서의 요청에 응답하여 잘못 유도 된 Superboy 와 함께 도망 가는 슈퍼 악당 Knockout 을 잡는 데 도움을 요청했습니다 . 아버지의 집착을 알고있는 스네어는 슈퍼 보이를 잡아서 할 수없는 일을 할 수 있다는 것을 증명하려했다. 이것은 SCU와의 싸움으로 이어졌고 그 동안 Superboy와 Knockout은 탈출했습니다.
이야기의 맥락에서 Cal Durham은 흑인 만타 가 아프리카 계 미국인이 지배하는 수중 사회를 구축하는 척하에 고용 한 용병 입니다. 이를 위해 Durham은 Atlantian 생리학을 모방하기 위해 수술 절차를 거칩니다. [ 볼륨 및 이슈 필요 ] 만타가 사회적 약속을 이행하는 것보다 아쿠아 맨 을 파괴하는 데 더 중점을두고 있다는 사실을 알게 된 그는 반란을 일으킨다. 이로 인해 Manta는 그를 죽이려고 시도하고 Duhram은 그의 목표를 재평가합니다. [ 필요한 볼륨 및 문제 ] 훨씬 후에 그는 Sub Diego 의 시장으로 나타납니다 . [ 부피 문제가 필요 ]
다른 매체의 Cal Durham
TV 시리즈 Young Justice 의 만화책 타이 인에서 Calvin Durham은 Kaldur'ahm 의 양아버지 로 등장 합니다. 이전에 슈퍼 악당 블랙 만타 의 주인이었던 캘빈의 생리학은 아틀란티스에 침투하기 위해 아틀란티스의 생리학과 일치하도록 유 전적으로 변형되었지만 아틀란티스로 망명 한 후 Aqualad의 어머니 인 Sha'lain'a of Shayeris와 정착했습니다.  칼빈이 나타납니다 시즌 3의 에피소드 목소리 "조용한 대화", 필 라마를 . 그는 Kaldur'ahm이 Dolphin 을 Atlantis로 데려왔을 때 존재 합니다.
Saul Erdel 박사
|첫 등장|| 탐정 만화 # 225 |
(1955 년 11 월)
|작성자|| Joseph Samachson (작가) |
Joe Certa (아티스트)
Saul Erdel 박사 는 DC 유니버스 의 과학자입니다 .
Saul Erdel 박사는 다른 세계와 소통하기 위해 송신기를 만든 뛰어난 과학자였습니다. 그가 화성에 전송을 보냈을 때 에너지 빔이 시공간 연속체를 가로 질러 도달했고 , 화성인 인간 사냥꾼 인 J'onn J'onzz를 붙잡고 그를 지구로 옮겼 습니다 . 녹색 화성인을 본 충격으로 노인 과학자는 심장 마비를 일으켜 J'onn의 팔에서 죽었습니다. 
그의 DC Rebirth 버전은 Mark Saul Erdel이라는 이름의 플래시백에 등장했습니다 . 
Dr. Saul Erdel의 대체 버전
에서 배트맨 : 이런 테러 , 사울 Erdel의 극악한 버전이 존재합니다. 여기에서 Erdel은 Gotham의 Star Chamber 의 조증 높은 회원이며 "Green Man"이라고 불리는 Kal-El 의 조사 된 시체의 수호자입니다 .  배트맨이 자타 나를 물리 친 후 배리 앨런 을 죽이고 배트맨을 쫓아 헤이건 을 보내는 신호를 보냅니다 . 그린맨을 찾은 후 분노한 배트맨은 변신 한 하겐에서 탈출하려했고 에르 델은 사격을가했습니다. 그러나 총알 중 하나가 Green Man의 시체에서 튕겨져 Erdel을 쳐서 그를 죽였습니다.
다른 매체의 Dr. Saul Erdel
- 에서 새로운 프론티어 : 법무부 리그 ,의 각색 영화 DC : 뉴 프론티어 만화 미니 시리즈, Dr. Saul Erdel은 사소한 역할을합니다. Saul Erdel 박사는 고담시 천문대 외부의 천문대에서 수술을 받았습니다. 심우 주로 무선 신호를 보내는 실험을하는 동안 그의 실험은 우연히 화성인 남자 사냥꾼 (J'onn J'onzz)을 그의 천문대로 순간 이동시켰다. Erdel은 J'onn의 외모에 놀랐고 치명적인 심장 마비를 겪었습니다. 그의 죽음에 굴복하기 전에 Erdel은 J'onn을 지구에 좌초시킨 것에 대해 침울하게 사과하고 사람들이 그의 외모 때문에 그를 두려워 할 것이기 때문에 인간 사회가 그에게 너무 친절하지 않을 것이라고 경고했으며 자신을 드러내지 말고 GCPD 형사 가되기 전에 잠시 동안 그의 이미지를 사용하여 인류를 공부할 시간 . 
- Erdel은 Justice League : Crisis on Two Earths 에서 비말을하는 카메오를 만듭니다 . 그는 J'onn과 Rose Wilson 사이의 텔레파시 플래시백 동안 목격됩니다 .
최초의 황금기 거짓 얼굴
최초의 거짓 얼굴은 조직자 Black Star가 고용 한 5 명의 소규모 범죄자 중 하나였습니다. 그의 동료 Captain Bigg, Hopper, Brain 및 Rattler와 함께 그는 건설 노동자로 위장하여 도시 은행에서 강도를 일으켰습니다. 거짓 얼굴은 수도관을 통해 뚫고 가압 된 빠져 나가는 물을 사용하여 둑에 구멍을 뚫었습니다. 그와 그의 친구들은 은행을 강탈 한 후 경찰관으로 위장한 채 패디 마차를 도주 차량으로 사용했습니다. Black Star의 명령에 따라 False-Face는 New Orleans로 보내져 Mardi Gras 이벤트를 후원하는 사람들의 부를 빼앗 았습니다. 그와 그의 부하들은 스스로를 광대 크루로 가장하고 퍼레이드 수레에 몸을 담 그었다. 이것은 Shining Knight 의 관심을 끌었습니다.당시 그 지역에 있었던 사람. 거짓 얼굴은 탈출했지만 그의 부하들은 체포되었습니다. 그런 다음 Mardi Gras 조직자 JJ Ennis로부터 Star Sapphire Gem을 훔치려 고 시도했습니다. 이를 위해 False-Face는 경찰 수사관으로 위장하고 Ennis의 집에 침투했습니다. 그는 다시 한 번 빛나는 기사와 싸워 잠시 그를 제압했지만, 빛나는 기사는 거짓 얼굴의 함정에서 탈출하여 그를 물리 쳤다. 가짜 얼굴은 경찰에 의해 체포되었습니다. 이 시점에서 그가 평소에 제시 한 불쾌한 얼굴은 전혀 거짓이 아니라는 것이 밝혀졌다. [만화 1] 훨씬 후에 그는 별 조개 꼬마 와 마주 친다 . [만화 2]
두 번째 황금 시대 거짓 얼굴
실버 에이지 거짓 얼굴
Caped Crusaders가 악당과의 첫 만남에 대해서는 알려진 바가 거의 없지만, 두 번째 기회에 그들은 그가 PS Smithington이라는 부유 한 우라늄 거물을 사칭했다는 사실을 발견했습니다. 스 미싱 턴으로서 False-Face는 고담 시티의 보석상을 털고 진정한 스 미싱 턴을 범죄로 구성했습니다. 배트맨은 실제 스 미싱 턴을 구할 수 있었지만 훔친 보석을 되찾지 못했습니다. 경찰 본부 제임스 고든 위원배트맨과 로빈에게 사건에 대한 정보를 제공했고 두 사람은 추격을했다. 이번에 False-Face는 자선 혜택 콘서트에서 록 스타 Wally Weskit을 납치하여 엘리베이터 샤프트에 숨겼습니다. False-Face가 Wally Weskit의 형태를 취함에 따라 그의 henchman Pebbles는 자선 수익금으로 보상하려고 시도했습니다. 배트맨과 로빈은 이것을 막을 수 있었지만 False-Face와 그의 갱단은 탈출했습니다. False-Face가 세 번째로 공격을 받았을 때 그는 Gotham City의 Explorer Club에 들어가기 위해 Arthur Crandall이라는 사파리 사냥꾼으로 가장했습니다. 클럽의 골든 타이거 트로피를 훔치려 고 시도하는 동안 배트맨과 로빈이 도착하여 다시 발을 딛었습니다. 그는 배트맨을 대형 수조로 유인하고 일시적으로 그를 가두었지만 다크 나이트 형사는 거짓 얼굴과 그의 부하들을 능가하는 데 성공했습니다. 그 과정에서 전체 그룹을 체포합니다. 거짓 얼굴은 감옥에 갇히고 곧 범죄 생활에서 은퇴했습니다.[배트맨 3]
현대 시대 거짓 얼굴
|첫 등장||Birds of Prey # 112 ( 2008 년 1 월 )|
다른 매체의 거짓 얼굴
- False Face 는 Malachi Throne이 그린 배트맨 1960의 TV 시리즈에 나타납니다 .
- False-Face 는 Townsend Coleman의 목소리로 배트맨 비욘드 에피소드 "Plague"에 등장합니다 . 이 버전은 단 몇 초 만에 얼굴을 재정렬하여 누구의 신분을 가정 할 수있는 능력을 가지고 있습니다. 이것은 수년간의 유전자 조작과 수술에서 비롯됩니다. False-Face는 코브라 가 100 억 크레딧의 몸값으로 도시 전체를 대량 감염시킬 수 있도록 Saint Denis에서 Gotham City로 치명적인 바이러스를 밀수하기 위해 Kobra 에 고용되었습니다 . False-Face는 그가 비밀리에 감염되었다는 사실을 거의 알지 못했습니다. 그는 결국 배트맨과 스토커를 공격하여 둘 다 회피하려고했습니다. 그는 결국 바이러스에 굴복하여 분쟁이 발생한 건물 밖에서 사망했습니다.
- False-Face는 Corey Burton이 목소리를 맡은 Batman : The Brave and the Bold에 등장합니다 . 그의 외모는 60 년대 TV 시리즈 버전의 캐릭터와 동일했다. 에피소드 "다크 나이트의 날!"에서 그는 아이언 하이츠 교도소 에서 탈출하려는 악당들 사이에 등장 합니다. 에피소드 "사냥꾼의 밤!"에서 그는 블랙 게이트 교도소 에서 탈출하려는 수감자로 등장한다 . 그는 "정의의 황금 시대!"에 출연한다. 그는 황금 해골을 훔쳐서 Ms. Gatsby ( Tress MacNeille 목소리)라는 이름의 노인으로 변장합니다 . 그의 계략은 침팬지 형사 와 배트맨에 의해 밝혀 지고 그는 패배합니다.
|첫 등장||쇼케이스 # 2 (1959 년 10 월)|
|작성자||존 브룸 과 길 케인|
다른 매체의 Carl Ferris
|첫 등장||파이어 스톰의 분노 # 1 ( 1982 년 6 월 )|
|작성자||Gerry Conway 와 Pat Broderick|
|능력||비행; 만져서 알 수 없음; 열과 복사의 조작 및 투영|
|별칭||Lorraine Reilly; 파이어 스톰|
Lorraine Reilly는 미국 상원 의원 Walter Reilly의 딸입니다. 그녀는 Henry Hewitt 의 명령에 따라 Multiplex 에 의해 납치됩니다 . Hewitt는 그녀에게 Firestorm 과 Multiplex 를 생성 한 사고를 재현하기 위해 고안된 실험을 실시 합니다.  그녀는 파이어 스톰 대 폰으로 사용되는, 파이어 호크 더빙. The Fury of Firestorm 과정 에서 그녀는 합성 영웅의 절반 인 Ronnie Raymond 의 지원 캐릭터이자 의도 된 낭만적 인 관심사가 됩니다.
이후 이야기는 그녀가 슈퍼 히어로에서 은퇴 한 후  정치에 들어가 미국 상원 의원이되었다고합니다. Raymonds와 Firestorm은 Ed Raymond가 그녀에게 새로운 Firestorm 인 Jason Rusch 를 조사하도록 요청했을 때 그녀의 삶에 다시 들어갑니다 . 그 조사의 결과, 잠시 동안 그녀는 Firestorm Matrix에서 Rusch의 "파트너"가됩니다.
새로운 Firehawk는 나중에 프랑스의 Firestorm으로 나타났습니다. 
|첫 등장||슈퍼맨 # 248 ( 1972 년 2 월 )|
|작성자||렌 와인 과 커트 스완|
은하 골렘 에 의해 만들어진 생물 렉스 루더 에 DC 우주 . 이야기의 맥락에서 골렘은 태양열 동력 슈퍼맨의 적입니다.  창조주 렌 윈 내가 누군가 슈퍼맨 히트 수 필요로했기 때문에 그는 "골렘을 생성했다! 슈퍼맨의 도적 '갤러리의 문제가 있었다, 그들은 모두 한 사상가 ... 그들은 장난감을 구축 과학자, 또는 사람이었다. 골렘으로 , 그는 슈퍼맨을 때릴 수 있고 슈퍼맨은 그를 다시 때릴 수 있습니다. " 
It only made two appearances: Superman #248 (February 1972) and 258 (November 1972). Afterwards, it was erased from DC continuity following Crisis on Infinite Earths.
|First appearance||Titans #28 (December 2010)|
|Created by||Eric Wallace, Fabrizio Florentino and Cliff Richards|
Allegra Garcia was raised in the Santa Marta slums of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil by her foster parents Ramon and Esperanza Garcia where her biological father is the supervillain Wavelength. Upon emigrating to Gotham City while developing the ability to emit electromagnetic light, she fell in with some gangs and took parts in robberies before being stopped by the local vigilantes and remanded to Arkham Asylum. In order to reunite with his daughter after some villains he knew saw Allegra, Wavelength hired Deathstroke and his version of the Titans to spring her out of Arkham Asylum. Though they had to get through Batman and some of Arkham Asylum's inmates like Clayface, Killer Croc, Mad Hatter, Victor Zsasz who sought to take the advantage to escape from Arkham Asylum. When the mission was a success, Deathstroke's Titans brought her to Brazil where Allegra lashed out against her father for abandoning her and used the UV rays in the sky to fry him. Deathstroke declined Allegra's offer to join up with him stating that she has a lot of growing up to do.
Allegra Garcia in other media
Allegra Garcia appears on The CW TV series The Flash portrayed by Kayla Compton. She was originally introduced as a recurring character in season 6 before being promoted to the main cast for season 7. In this series, Allegra is a young metahuman with abilities based on the electromagnetic spectrum who wants to become a reporter ever since she saw Iris' article on the "Streak" (the latter's original name for the Flash). Despite coming from a criminal background and having been previously incarcerated in Iron Heights, Cecile was able to help Allegra turn her life around. After an attack by her metahuman cousin, Esperanza / Ultraviolet (whose crimes Allegra was framed for), she is saved by the Flash. Following this, Allegra gets a job interning at the Central City Citizen. Allegra would later go on to investigate the mysterious organization that turned Esperanza into a killer and help Team Flash stop Bloodwork from turning Central City into his zombie-like minions. Following the Crisis, Allegra assists in the investigation of the criminal organization Black Hole.
Esperanza Garcia is the adoptive mother of Allegra Garcia.
Esperanza Garcia in other media
Esperanza Garcia recurs on The CW TV series The Flash portrayed by Alexa Barajas. This version is Allegra's cousin rather than her adoptive mother, and is also the metahuman supervillain Ultraviolet.
|First appearance||Villains United #5 (November 2005)|
|Created by||Stuart Moore and Jamal Igle|
|Abilities||Teleportation; limited telepathy|
Gehenna is a superhero in the DC Universe. She is a clone of Victor Hewitt who is rescued by Firestorm. Her telepathic ability is shown to be limited to those participating in the Firestorm matrix and strongest with Jason Rusch. She becomes a romantic interest for Rusch throughout Firestorm: The Nuclear Man (vol. 2) and a participant in the matrix. She is killed by the Black Lantern Firestorm in Blackest Night #3 (September 2009).
|First appearance||JSA #5 (December 1999)|
|Created by||Geoff Johns, David S. Goyer, Derec Aucoin|
The Geomancer is the name of two supervillains in DC Comics.
The Geomancer later appears as a member of the Injustice Society where they attacked the Justice Society of America's headquarters. Despite being outnumbered, Wildcat manages to defeat them as Johnny Sorrow escapes after getting what he came for.
As Sand and Wildcat talk during a movie theater, two people behind them tells them to keep it down. They discover that the people are the Geomancer and Killer Wasp. The Geomancer and Killer Wasp are soon assisted in the ambush by Black Adam. Sand fights the Geomancer under the streets of New York City and defeats him.
The Geomancer II
An unnamed man with similar powers became the second Geomancer. He is seen as a member of the Injustice Society.
Powers and abilities of the Geomancer
Both Geomancers can perform geokinesis.
The Geomancer in other media
|First appearance||Impulse #7 (October 1995)|
|Created by|| Martin Pasko |
Abner Girdler was a specialist in urban planning and new transportation technologies at Technodyne. He proposed to build a monorail in Manchester, Alabama, but the project was scrapped at the last minute by the county transportation commissioner, Clifton Burdett. Having lost the lucrative contract, Technodyne faced bankruptcy, and CEO Leo Nordstrom fired Girdler. Burdett later ran for mayor, and Girdler decided to sabotage his election by donning the guise of Gridlock, equipped with technology able to steal the kinetic energy from people and objects, leaving them in stasis for about an hour. Gridlock kidnapped Nordstrom and froze most of Manchester, but was eventually defeated by Impulse.
He first appears in Bat-Mite #2 (September, 2015) and was created by Dan Jurgens and Corin Howell. He is a villain who is stuck in the past and out to stop the future from coming. He also despises youth and youth culture in general.
Gridlock in other media
Gridlock appears in season five of The Flash portrayed by Daniel Cudmore. This version is William Lang, a kinetic energy-absorbing metahuman. After attacking an airplane where he was defeated by the Flash, Kid Flash and XS, the CCPD truck that was transporting him was intercepted by the Cicada, who used a meta-tech dagger to kill him.
|First appearance||Action Comics #775 (February 2001)|
|Created by||Joe Kelly, Doug Mahnke, Tom Nguyen|
The Hat is a wannabe superhero in the DC Universe. Rampotatek hailed from Japan and had access to a magic hat powered by a demon. He was recruited by Manchester Black to join his team of heroes known as the Elite. The Hat and the team's violent actions led them into conflict with Superman. He and the rest of the team were defeated and stripped of their powers.
The Hat in other media
The Hat appears in the Supergirl episode "What's So Funny About Truth, Justice & the American Way?", portrayed by Louis Ozawa Changchien. This version is a higher being whose hat has Fifth Dimensional properties. After escaping from prison, he joins up with the Elite alongside Manchester Black, Menagerie, and an unnamed Morae. In the episode "It's a Super Life", the Hat is mentioned to be an old drinking buddy of Mister Mxyzptlk, who stole his hat. Mon-El had to help Mister Mxyzptlk get close to the confiscated hat so that he can undo the reality where Lena Luthor took over the surviving half of National City with her Hope-Bots that run on the energies from the 5th Dimension.
Within the context of the stories, the Head is stranded on Earth after a failed plot by the microscopic alien race the Waiting to conquer it.
There have been two different characters named the Headhunter in DC Comics.
Within the context of the stories, the Headhunter is a mercenary and nemesis of Batman.
During the DC Rebirth reboot, the Headhunter murdered the Swamp Thing's father. Batman and the Swamp Thing investigated, discovering that he was responsible. To Batman's horror, the Swamp Thing murdered the Headhunter.
Within the context of the stories, the Headhunter was a warrior shaman who used Nth metal weapons. He developed a particular fascination with Hawkman, to the point of reanimating the bones of his previous incarnations.
The Headhunter in other media
A variation of the Headhunter appears in the Gotham episode "A Dark Knight: A Day in the Narrows", portrayed by Kyle Vincent Terry. This version has the real name of Wendell. Just like the comics, the Headhunter has a habit of shooting his victims twice: the first shot to kill the person and the second one as his signature, since he never missed the first shot to the head. At the time when Victor Zsasz was out of town, he recommended his old friend the Headhunter to Oswald Cobblepot to be his replacement security counsel until his return. The Headhunter accompanied Cobblepot when he and his group assisted the Gotham City Police Department into hunting Professor Pyg in the Narrows. Upon both groups falling into Professor Pyg's trap, the Headhunter got wounded until James Gordon destroyed the trap. After falling back to the Iceberg Lounge due to Professor Pyg having gotten away, the Headhunter stated to Cobblepot that Gordon is right. This causes Cobblepot to stab the Headhunter in the neck with the knife concealed in his cane and then stab him in the chest, stating to the Headhunter that this was his signature. In the episode "A Dark Knight: The Sinking Ship, The Grand Applause", the Headhunter gets out of the hospital, where he now wears an eyepatch and meets Sofia Falcone at the time when Victor Zsasz brings him to raid Arkham Asylum to target Cobblepot, only for him to be sprung from Arkham by Edward Nygma. The two of them encounter Gordon and Harvey Bullock on the streets with Cobblepot, which resulted in a gunfight where Cobblepot got away with Leslie Thompkins. When Sofia Falcone brought Zsasz, the Headhunter and some Falcone crime family operatives to Spa Bo'sh Sumka in order to target Arthur Penn, Zsasz and the Headhunter pursue Bullock and Penn. While the two of them got away in Leslie's car, Zsasz and the Headhunter went out for smoothies when they saw the police cars arriving.
Cecile Horton was the defense attorney for Barry Allen / the Flash in the storyline "The Trial of the Flash", focusing on his trial for the murder of Eobard Thawne.
Cecile Horton in other media
The Human Cannonball (Ryan Chase) is a superhero in the DC Universe. The character, created by Tom DeFalco and Win Mortimer, first appeared in Superman Family #188 (March 1978). Within the context of the stories, the Human Cannonball grew up in the circus and is a friend of Lois Lane. He has no superhuman powers, but can fly using an advanced jet-pack—he wears a cannonball-shaped helmet to allow him to crash into his targets head-on. His costume consists of a green shirt (with a yellow CB emblem) and tights, black pants, black gloves and violet thigh-length boots.
The Hyena is the name of two fictional supervillains published by DC Comics. The first Hyena debuted in Firestorm #4 (September 1978) and was created by Gerry Conway and Al Milgrom. The second Hyena debuted in The Fury of Firestorm #10 (March 1983) and was created by Gerry Conway and Pat Broderick.
Both werehyenas had problems with authority and resented Firestorm for interfering in their vendettas. The unique feature of the Hyenas was that they turned into werehyena forms whenever they were under great emotional stress, not only when there was a full moon. This meant that they could attack foes in broad daylight and that they would revert into their human forms when their emotional tension was relieved.
The first Hyena, Summer Day, joined the Peace Corps as a result of relational issues with her father and was turned into a werehyena as a result of an accident in Africa. Taking the name the Hyena, Summer returned to America and began attacking both criminals and police officers. A result of her condition is a steadily progressing madness.
The second Hyena, Doctor Jivan Shi, was a psychiatrist whom Summer Day had fallen in love with while he was attempting to treat her werehyena condition. One night, as Summer and Jivan were embracing, Summer transformed into the Hyena and infected Jivan with the werehyena curse. Professor Stein noted that being the Hyena seemed to have warped Jivan Shi's mind. According to The Fury of Firestorm #10–13, the madness suffered by the werehyenas is one's bestial side taking over, coupled with an exaggeration of negative emotions.
In Infinite Crisis, Deadshot killed one of the Hyenas after a prison breakout and the other appeared as a member of the Injustice League in One Year Later before being shot and killed by Parademons that were attacking the villains' camp.
A pack of at least five new werehyenas, presumably suffering from the same curse as Summer and Jivan, were seen in San Francisco some time after the death of their remaining predecessor. They were promptly defeated and permanently returned to human form, thanks to Zatanna, the Vixen and the Black Canary.
During the Forever Evil storyline as part of The New 52, the Summer Day version of the Hyena appears as a member of the Secret Society of Super Villains. The Crime Syndicate sent the Hyena with Black Bison, Multiplex, Plastique and Typhoon to finish Gorilla Grodd's job. The villains were defeated by the Rogues, since one of the targets was the hospital that was treating Captain Cold's sister.
The Invisible Hood is the name of two fictional superheroes in the DC Universe. The original was owned by Quality Comics, but was later acquired by DC Comics, along with other Quality characters. He first appeared in Smash Comics #1 (August 1939), and was created by Art Pinajian. Pinajian illustrated the story under the pseudonym "Art Gordon".
A modern version of the Invisible Hood debuts in Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters #5. He assists the group in escaping from S.H.A.D.E., an evil governmental organization with control of the White House. In issue #6, it is revealed that he is Ken Thurston, the great-grandson of the original Golden Age Invisible Hood and that he is using the same hood that the original Invisible Hood had used. Uncle Sam had used telepathy to direct Ken to the hood. Later, Ken is killed by the traitorous Ray (Stan Silver), just as he is about to leave the superhero profession.
Equipment of the Invisible Hood
Both Kent and Ken Thurston have no superpowers, but they wear a chemically treated hood and cloak that grants them invisibility.
Isis (Selina Kyle's cat)
Creators: Sean Catherine Derek, Laren Bright, Jules Dennis and Richard Mueller. First appearance: Batman: The Animated Series: "The Cat and the Claw: Part I" (September 1992). Abilities: Stealth.
Isis is Selina Kyle's pet cat. She often used Isis to reach narrow places and to retrieve valuable objects without the need of doing so herself. When Selina was taken to prison, Isis ran away looking for her. Isis got lost and was found on the streets by Doctor Milo, who used the cat for one of his twisted experiments. Selina found Isis, but the cat had been infected with a virus that made her more aggressive and contagious to people. Selina feared she had lost Isis forever, but Batman delivered Isis back to her, completely cured and safe. Isis was voiced by Frank Welker for most of the character's appearances. She was voiced by Dee Bradley Baker for the animated web series Gotham Girls.
Isis in other media
- Isis appears in Krypto the Superdog, voiced by Kathleen Barr. Isis is Catwoman's pet cat. She is shown to have fought Krypto the Superdog, Streaky the Supercat and Ace the Bat-Hound. She flirts with Ace, much like Catwoman flirts with Batman.
- Isis appears in Injustice: Gods Among Us. Isis appears in Catwoman's introduction and ending, taking a jewel from Selina before the fight and giving it back to her when she wins.
|First appearance||Green Lantern #173 (February 1984)|
|Created by|| Dennis O'Neil |
|Abilities||Uses gimmicked javelins and other gadgetry|
The Javelin is a former German Olympic athlete who turned to a life of crime, using his uncanny abilities with a javelin-based weapons arsenal. The Javelin fought Green Lantern and was defeated before agreeing to serve with the Suicide Squad in exchange for the purging of his criminal record. His last Squad mission was a battle with Circe as part of the War of the Gods crossover event. It takes place in issue #58.
In the pages of Checkmate, the Javelin is recruited by the Mirror Master in an attempt to frame Amanda Waller. He teams up with several other villains, such as Plastique and the duo Punch and Jewelee. They invade a Myanmar military facility in order to neutralize what seems to be a superhuman power source. The Javelin is killed by a runaway jeep while trying to protect a distraught, newly widowed Jewelee.
The Javelin in other media
- The Javelin makes several brief, non-speaking appearances as a member of the Legion of Doom, in the Justice League Unlimited animated series's final season.
- In the Batman: The Brave and the Bold animated series episode "Scorn of the Star Sapphire!", the Javelin appears briefly during a montage of known Green Lantern foes.
- A variation of Javelin named Malcolm Byrd appeared in the live-action TV series Arrow episode "The Demon", portrayed by Yanik Ethier.
- The Javelin will appear in the DC Extended Universe film The Suicide Squad, portrayed by Flula Borg.
Jefferson Jackson is a supporting character of Ronnie Raymond (a.k.a. Firestorm) who makes his debut in Firestorm (vol. 2) #1 (June 1982). Jackson is a former student of Bradley High School in Manhattan, New York. During his tenure at Bradley High, Jackson became a member of the school's championship basketball team, where he met Ronnie. The two became close friends, and Jackson frequently aided Ronnie during the numerous episodes wherein the latter would find himself embroiled in conflicts with school jerk Cliff Carmichael. Jackson dated a young woman named Stella, and the two frequently double-dated with Ronnie and his girlfriend, Doreen Day.
Jefferson Jackson in other media
Jefferson "Jax" Jackson appears in several live action Arrowverse series, portrayed by Franz Drameh. Making his debut in season two of The Flash, Jax is a high school football star who got injured when S.T.A.R. Labs' particle accelerator exploded, and was forced to become a mechanic instead of playing college football. He was selected as a potential candidate to replace the deceased Ronnie Raymond as the other half of the superhero Firestorm due to having been affected by the explosion in a manner similar to Raymond and Martin Stein. Although reluctant to cooperate, Jax later accepts the role and teams up with the Flash to defeat Henry Hewitt. Jax later appears in the TV series Legends of Tomorrow as one of its principal characters before leaving the titular team in the third season after Stein is killed during the events of "Crisis on Earth X". Drameh also reprised his role in the web series Vixen.
M'yrnn J'onzz in other media
Joey Toledo was a drug dealer working for the 100. When he and his gang members invaded the gymnasium of Garfield High School and attacked Jefferson Pierce, Earl Clifford came to his defense and helped to fight them off. Tobias Whale hears of what happened and orders Toledo to make an example out of Earl. Joey Toledo led his men into attacking Earl, where the altercation led to Earl getting struck by a car. Joey then had his goons suspend his dead body from the basketball net in the gymnasium. With help from Peter Gambi, Jefferson Pierce becomes Black Lightning, where he beats up Joey Toledo's men. Afterwards, Black Lightning grabs Joey and pressures him to tell him everything there is to know about the 100. He tells him to meet him at Garfield High's gymnasium at midnight. When Black Lightning goes to meet with Joey Toledo, he was caught by surprise when Joey had brought Merlyn the Dark Archer with him to kill Black Lightning. The fight is later crashed by Talia al Ghul and the League of Assassins, who are not pleased with Merlyn leaving them after failing to kill Batman. The battle turned into a three-way battle where Joey Toledo was killed by a League of Assassins operative.
Joey Toledo appears in DC Rebirth as a sleazy small-time entrepreneur who sold a sci-fi gun to Rick Simmons. He was found dead after Tobias Whale's right-hand woman Miss Pequod dealt with some loose ends.
Joey Toledo in other media
Joey Toledo appears in season 1 of Black Lightning, portrayed by Eric Mendenhall. He is a member of the 100 Gang, where he serves as Tobias Whale's right-hand man and co-enforcer alongside Syonide. Joey Toledo is first seen with Syonide in the episode "The Resurrection" when they bring Latavius "Lala" Johnson to Tobias Whale following Black Lightning's re-emergence and his attack on the Seashell Motel that was a front for the 100. In the episode "Black Jesus", Tobias Whale has Joey Toledo murder the morgue doctor who previously told him that Black Lightning died from their last battle. In the episode "And Then the Devil Brought the Plague: The Book of Green Light", Black Lightning and Peter Gambi track the Green Light distribution to Joey Toledo. On a tip from Inspector Henderson, Black Lightning confronts Toledo, but his headaches incapacitate him, allowing Toledo to escape as he vows to Black Lightning that Tobias Whale will kill him. In the episode "Three Sevens: The Book of Thunder", Joey Toledo informs Tobias Whale of his encounter with Black Lightning and states that he has contacted Deputy Chief Zeke Caymen on where to find him. In the episode "Equinox: The Book of Fate", Joey Toledo is seen at Tobias Whale's club. He is killed by a disguised Peter Gambi during his raid to make it look like Lady Eve ordered the hit.
Adeline Kane, formerly Adeline Wilson, is best known as both the leader of the criminal organization the H.I.V.E. and the ex-wife of Slade Wilson, a.k.a. Deathstroke the Terminator. An enemy of the Teen Titans, Adeline made her first appearance in New Teen Titans #34 (August 1983). She was brought up as a wealthy jet-setting playgirl, despite being trained by a father who had worked with Chinese guerrilla forces. But after a traumatic first marriage at 19, she joined the U.S. military, where she met, trained, and married Slade Wilson. After Slade left the military, Slade and Adeline took up the socialite lifestyle Adeline had been raised into.
Unbeknownst to her, Slade was using his hunting trips to gain clients for his mercenary side job, which resulted in the kidnapping and near-death of their younger son, Joseph. Enraged and betrayed by Slade's prioritization of Deathstroke's honor code over their son's well-being, Adeline shot her husband and, when he survived, served him with divorce papers.
Grant, who had idolized his father, rebelled against his mother and ran away to New York, where he ran into the Titans and ended up dying due to his alliance with the H.I.V.E. Slade vowed to pick up his dead son's contract against the Teen Titans; Adeline promptly interfered; she blamed Slade for Grant's death. Due to Adeline's intervention, Joseph, who had been working with her, joined the Titans as Jericho.
Joseph eventually became possessed by the spirits of Azarath. Begging his father to kill him in order to prevent the corrupted spirits from achieving their purpose, Adeline's only remaining son died at her husband's hand. Adeline found this out from one of her Searchers Inc. agents, rather than from Slade himself, which merely cemented her long-held grudge against her ex-husband.
Slade, however, held no grudge against her, keeping an eye out for her safety and attempting to aid her when he thought he could get away with it; e.g., when Adeline had been abducted by her first husband Morel, a.k.a. Count Tavolera, who had poisoned her in an attempt to force her to work with him to discover her ancestor Josiah Kane's treasure.
To save Adeline's life, Slade gave her some of his own serum-altered blood. This ended up driving her crazy; Slade's genotype had a unique mutation which enabled him to effectively metabolize his serum. Other less fortunate people either died or went insane.
For a time, Adeline went underground, slowly losing more and more of her normal cognitive abilities, though none of her tactical skills. She eventually turned herself into the H.I.V.E. Mistress, in her madness focusing on superheroes as the reason for her sons' death and creating a plan to kill all the superheroes that she could.
Her plot ultimately resulted in her death. Vandal Savage put a team together to take advantage of Adeline's plan, intending to take her immortal blood to create a sort of Fountain of Youth potion. With her throat cut, unable to die and yet unable to fully heal, Adeline regained her sanity briefly and pleaded with Slade (who had learned of her involvement and arrived to try and save her) to kill her and reunite her with their children. However, because he still had feelings for her no matter what she had done, he was unable to comply with her request, so Starfire killed her instead.
Adeline Kane in other media
Kilg%re was an electro-mechano-organic intelligence that needed electro-life to survive. It consumed its entire home planet in the Pleides sector and then moved on into space. It was attacked by something known as Meta#sker and placed into a vibrational limbo. Somehow, it found its way to the flats near Salt Lake City on Earth. It could only be seen by people traveling at high speeds, such as an F-15 pilot or the Flash. The Flash unknowingly released it from the limbo it was imprisoned in and it followed him to S.T.A.R. Labs and took over its electrical systems. Kilg%re found the number of machines on Earth ideal for its survival, but humans it deemed distractions and planned to destroy them. It delivered an ultimatum: abandon North America by 12:00 noon on May 10 or be destroyed. During a battle with the Flash in Salt Lake City, it turned out all the power in the country. The Flash sought the help of Cyborg, who used the Titans' satellite to relay the message to the governments of the world to shut down all power in order to kill Kilg%re. This scared it out of the power grid and it weaved a giant mechanical snake across the Utah flats, trying to complete a circuit by catching up with the cloned body of S.T.A.R. Labs' Dr. Schmitz in order to survive. However, the Flash outraced it, supposedly killing it. After Kilg%re's defeat at the hands of the Flash he appeared to be destroyed, but resurfaced in the form of a sentient computer mind hidden in a self-created computer operating system in a deep cave. When Maxwell Lord was spelunking one day, his then-president had fallen deep into the cave where Kilg%re lay dormant. Sensing a human life, Kilg%re decided to help coax Max into further succeeding his own plans, as well as Max's subconscious plans of self-actualization. To do this, Kilg%re decided to help Max start the new Justice League and grow the group into becoming more international. Kilg%re served in a behind-the-scenes role, constantly coaxing and manipulating Max into furthering his plans, such as gaining money, power and cutting-edge technology to give Kilg%re a stronger machine to inhabit. Through such advantages, Kilg%re and Max were able to create a better duplicate of the Justice League signal device, begin a recruitment drive and find willing villains, gaining additional muscle such as Booster Gold and a new Ace android. Kilg%re grew impatient and decided to start using bigger ideas, such as inciting an international incident to distract Justice League International. To do this, he found hidden technologies designed as a monitoring device by Metron. He launched the satellite, which was only defeated by Mister Miracle because he was used to New God technology. A serious mishap occurred during the Millenium event, in which the Manhunters took over the bodies of those they deemed were close enough to major figures to do damage. One of these Manhunters took over the body of the secretary of Max and, when she delivered coffee to him, she shot him four times. Rushing to Max's safety, Kilg%re promptly eliminated the threat by combining some of his technology with Max in order to save his life and kill the Manhunter. Max eventually learned of Kilg%re's tampering when half of Kilg%re was destroyed by the construct falling through the building that housed Kilg%re. In Kilg%re's fleeting moments, he threw another series of visions designed to tamper with Max's thoughts and implant Kilg%re into another larger system. Max refused and destroyed what was left of Kilg%re's last computing body. Doing so removed the cyborg self-repairing systems in Max's body, which landed him in the hospital. Kilg%re, however, was not completely destroyed.
Powers and abilities of Kilg%re
Kilg%re has a robot body, electrokinesis, electronic interaction, electronic disruption, electronic constructs, and superhuman speed.
Kilg%re in other media
- A different depiction of Kilg%re appears in The Flash, portrayed by Dominic Burgess. This version is a human computer programmer named Ramsey Deacon, who developed an application that was stolen by his teammates for self-profit, leaving him with nothing. Following this, he was exposed to dark matter following Barry Allen escaping the Speed Force, and became a technopathic metahuman. In the episode "Mixed Signals", Ramsey takes the name "Kilg%re" and uses his powers to take revenge on his former teammates, killing one and nearly doing the same to the others, until he was stopped by Team Flash and remanded to Iron Heights. In the episode "True Colors", Kilg%re is among the metahuman inmates that Warden Wolfe planned to sell to Blacksmith along with Dwarfstar, Hazard, and Black Bison, before the Thinker arrives and absorbs their powers, killing them in the process.
- Kilg%re appears in the tie-in comic Justice League Adventures #28.
- Kilg%re appears in the tie-in comic Green Lantern: The Animated Series #14.
There have been at least two different characters named the King Cobra in DC Comics.
The King Cobra is a mob boss in Gotham City who wears a green snake costume. He is the leader of a criminal group called the Cobra Gang. He makes his first appearance in Batman #139 (April 1961).
Other versions of the King Cobra
- The Batman Beyond King Cobra appears in the Batman Beyond comic book series.
- The King Cobra appears in the final issue of the comic book series Batman '66, set in the universe of the 1966 Batman TV series.
The King Cobra in other media
- The Batman version of the King Cobra appears in the animated main title sequence of the 1966 Batman TV series. This makes the King Cobra the first Batman villain from the comics to appear in animated form.
- A different depiction of the King Cobra appears in the episode "Splicers" of the TV series Batman Beyond, voiced by Tim Dang. This version is an enemy of Batman/Terry McGinnis, and is also one of the Splicers where he has the DNA of a snake, thanks to Dr. Abel Cuvier.
- The Batman version of the King Cobra appears in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold episodes "A Bat Divided!" and "The Vile and the Villainous!".
- The Batman version of the King Cobra appears in Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
Kirigi is a martial arts master in DC Comics. The character, created by James Owsley and Jim Aparo, first appeared in Batman #431 (March 1989). Within the context of the stories, Kirigi taught Bruce Wayne the art of ninjitsu when Bruce approached him for martial arts training. He was later hired by Ra's al Ghul to train members of the League of Assassins in ninjutsu such as Bronze Tiger, Bruce and Kyodai Ken. Batman visited Kirigi when he recognized some of the moves done by the League of Assassins members that Kirigi taught him.
Kirigi in other media
- Kirigi appears in the video game Batman: Arkham Origins, voiced by Kaiji Tang. He is featured in the "Initiation" DLC challenge map. Before he becomes Batman, Bruce Wayne approaches his dojo in the mountains of North Korea and asks Kirigi to train him. Kirigi lets him train with him and his students for a while out of pity and later tests him to see if he is worthy. Depending on how the player operates Bruce Wayne during this performance, there are three different endings after Bruce Wayne defeats Lady Shiva. If the player completes the challenge map with less than nine medals, Kirigi states that Bruce is the best foreigner that he has trained, yet he does not say much. Kirigi then sends Bruce to find a bucket and broom in order to clean the latrines. If the player completes the challenge map with nine or more medals, Kirigi is impressed with Bruce's progress, yet states that he still has a lot to learn. For the time being, Kirigi then sends Bruce to find a rag in order to clean the floors. If the player completes the challenge map with all 15 medals, Kirigi states to Bruce that he is impressed and, at the same time, also states that he is rarely impressed. Upon telling Bruce that he has gained his dojo's respect and proven himself worthy, Kirigi states that he will be given the information that he seeks. Bruce is sent to the kitchen by Kirigi to prepare tea for him and all of Kirigi's students, where there is much to discuss.
Komodo (Simon Lacroix) first appears in Green Arrow (vol. 5) #17 (April 2013).:170 He was created by writer Jeff Lemire and artist Andrea Sorrentino. Komodo was once Robert Queen's protégé and was part of Robert's expedition to find the "Arrow Totem", which was said to bring enlightenment. Seeking this enlightenment for himself, Lacroix betrayed and murdered Robert, but could not find the Totem. Consumed by his desire for the Totem's enlightenment, Lacroix strove to destroy Oliver Queen and the Green Arrow and became the masked archer "Komodo". Through his company Stellmoor International, he works on behalf of the Outsiders, a shadowy secret society of warriors from different weapon disciplines, which he wants to rule. Komodo travels with his equally deadly "daughter" Emiko, who, in fact, is the daughter of Robert Queen and the archer Shado. Emiko later learns this and is shocked, and learning that both her parents were alive, turned against Komodo. He attempted to kill her but, ultimately, she killed him with an arrow shot through his heart.
Komodo in other media
- Komodo also appears in the Arrow season three episode "Sara", portrayed by Matt Ward. This version is described as a mercenary from Sainte-Sophie, Quebec. He begins targeting several businessmen in Star City (including Ray Palmer), but is prevented by Team Arrow for the latter target. Arrow and the others think that he killed Sara Lance, but he denies it, which is proven to be correct. Komodo then escapes from them and is never seen again.
Within the context of the stories, Kulak is the high priest of the dead planet Brztal who had been imprisoned on Earth in antiquity. When released by archeologists in 1940, he seeks to destroy Earth, but is defeated by the Spectre.
The character was not used again until 1983, when he appears in a three-part story published in All-Star Squadron, and has rarely been used since.
Little is known about Lady Eve's past, but she first met the terrorist cult leader Kobra (Jeffrey Burr) in Egypt where she nursed him back to health. In gratitude, Kobra offered Eve to join him in exchange for a better life. She accepted and eventually became Kobra's lover, as well as a high-ranking member of the Kobra Cult. She and Kobra once hatched a plot to brainwash top officials of the U.S. Army and steal a satellite defense program to blackmail the United States government, but Batman and the Outsiders eventually stopped them both.
Lady Eve would later assemble a second incarnation of Strike Force Kobra. When this version of Strike Force Kobra was defeated by the Eradicator's incarnation of the Outsiders, even after the death of the third Syonide, Lady Eve called Kobra for help, only for him to tell them to surrender. This action caused a strain between Kobra and Lady Eve.
In DC Rebirth, Lady Eve kills a Kobra operative after Katana stole Dr. Helga Jace from them. This leads the Kobra organization into attacking the nearby Markovian village, Lady Eve confronts Katana and the two duel almost to a standstill, until a child distracts Katana. This enables Lady Eve to gain the upper hand and make off with Dr. Jace. Lady Eve has the Kobra soldiers place everybody against the wall. While Katana works to catch up to Dr. Jace, Lady Eve runs into Violet Harper, where she gives the details for her illness and cure. Afterwards, Lady Eve and the Kobra soldiers left her to begin to self-narcotisise. When Lady Eve gets Katana in bondage, the Suicide Squad arrives to rescue Katana. When Lady Eve gets the Soultaker at the time when Katana, Prince Brion Markov, and the Suicide Squad are captured by the Kobra organization, Katana breaks free and kicks the Soultaker out of Lady Eve's hands, while debilitating her. King Kobra and Lady Eve arrange for Dr. Jace to have an Aurakle bound to a comatose Violet. During the fight with the Aurakles, Katana accidentally uses the Soultaker on Lady Eve, while King Kobra escapes.
Lady Eve in other media
- Lady Eve appears in the tie-in comics Justice League: The Animated Series Guide and Justice League Adventures #23.
- A variation of Lady Eve appears in Black Lightning, portrayed by Jill Scott. Evelyn Stillwater-Ferguson is the owner of a funeral parlor who connects Tobias Whale with a secret group of corrupt leaders that gave him leadership over the 100. She also has ties to Peter Gambi. Lady Eve is later murdered by Tobias' men as part of a plan to frame Black Lightning and also avenging Joey Toledo when Peter Gambi left the blame of his death on Lady Eve's group. It was later revealed that she was an old friend of Lazarus Prime who taught him some of her tricks. Baron later found her picture on Gambi's computer when trying to find out who tried to have Gambi killed. Lady Eve was shown to be revived offscreen and is the head of the Ultimate O business where she starts to develop some competition with Lala and the remnants of the 100.
Lillian had a long and prolific role in the TV series Smallville.
Lillian came from a wealthy family. How she met Lionel is unclear, but they were married sometime before the 1980s. By all accounts, Lillian was a caring, beautiful and sophisticated person, as well as comments made by Lex and Lionel have indicated that she had a spirited personality, had ambitions of her own and often stood up to Lionel.
Eventually, Lillian began to wonder about the special projects that Lionel had. She searched for answers and found something called "Veritas". However, Alexander saw her going through his father's briefcase, so Lillian asked him not to tell anyone. When Lionel found out, he immediately blamed Alexander and forced him to tell the truth. When Alexander did, Lillian insisted Lionel explain what Veritas was, but Lionel knocked her to the floor instead and warned her not to look into his projects again. Lillian felt angered and disgusted by Alexander's betrayal.
Sometime later, Lillian became ill with a heart condition that worsened over the rest of her life. Lionel hired a nurse named Rachel Dunleavy to assist her. Rachel and Lionel subsequently had an affair, resulting in the birth of Lionel's illegitimate son, Lucas. It is unclear whether Lillian knew of the affair or the child.
Lillian was helped by a nanny, Pamela Jenkins, who Alexander regarded as a second mother. Lionel was often absent from home and Lillian insisted that he take Alexander on one of his business trips to Smallville during the meteor shower of 1989. Lionel's resulting shame and constant critique of Alexander bothered Lillian greatly.
Sometime in the early 1990s, Lionel insisted that they have another child, an idea that Lillian was highly opposed to, presumably because of her poor health. However, when Alexander was 11, Lillian became pregnant again. She insisted that Alexander be allowed to come home for school from Excelsior Academy and Lionel complied. Her pregnancy was strenuous and Lillian was bedridden for much of it. On Alexander's disastrous 12th birthday (which no one attended), Lillian gave him a lead box allegedly made from the armor of St. George, which he kept into adulthood and later gave to Clark Kent.
After baby Julian's birth, Lillian descended into a deep case of postpartum depression, refusing to hold the child and crying perpetually. One evening, Lionel sent the baby's nanny home and insisted that Lillian bond with the child. Lillian expressed her concern that Lionel would pit the two boys against each other and announced that she wanted a divorce, a threat that she had apparently made many times and that Lionel had called "tiresome".
On returning home from work one night, Lionel discovered Alexander in the baby's nursery. Alexander immediately apologized and confessed to accidentally killing Julian while trying to stop him from crying. Lionel erupted into a fierce rage and struck Alexander. Their relationship never recovered, even after he became an adult. It was not until years later, after receiving experimental therapy to recall repressed memories, that he remembered that Lillian had in fact smothered the baby during one of her delusions, hoping to spare him from Lionel's maltreatment. Alexander took the blame, correctly assuming that his father would cover it up in order to protect his sole heir, although he would probably be less inclined to do so for his wife.
Sometime before her death Lillian, along with Lex and Lionel, went to a ranch in Montana to spend time together. During that time, a snake spooked Lillian's horse, prompting Lionel to save her and wait on her until she was better.
After Julian's death, Lillian's health rapidly deteriorated and she died several months later in the spring of 1993 when Alexander was 13. He later confessed to Clark that he was in denial about her impending death and spent the time researching treatments and doctors instead of being with her. Lex also told Lana Lang that he was away at boarding school when Lillian died and found out about her passing from reporters who had sneaked into his school.
Lillian left her shares of LuthorCorp to her son and Pamela.
Lillian's death was extremely influential in the adult Lex's life. He had visions of his mother on many occasions. When Lex was shot and ended up in a coma, he had a near-death experience. In it, Lillian visited him and showed Lex an alternate life of happiness that he could have if he would simply walk away from Lionel and LuthorCorp. However, at the end of the vision, Lana (his dream wife) suffered complications during childbirth. Because of Lex's lack of resources and estrangement from his father, he was unable to transfer Lana to a better facility and she died: this led Lex to believe that Lana died because he lacked enough money and power: with these, everything else in life could be secured. As a result, Lex ignored his mother's warning and continued his lifestyle of deceit and corruption. After realizing this, Lillian was seen in the reflection of a hospital window crying over her son's choice.
When Lex was injected with the Limbo drug, which placed its users in a state of "clinical death", he met Lillian again, who told him that she was angry with him for ignoring her advice.
When Lex was shot and went into a coma, Clark Kent and Lionel used a machine that allowed Clark to enter Lex's mind in order to find Lois Lane and Kara Kent. In Lex's mind, Clark met a young version of Lex and the two hid from a psychotic and murderous adult Lex. In the memory featuring Lillian snooping in Lionel's briefcase, Clark witnessed Lionel's verbal and physical abuse of both Lex and Lillian, as well as watched Lex try to help his mother up, but Lillian uncharacteristically told him that he had done enough and walked away from him.
Lillian Luthor in comics
In DC Comics, Lex Luthor's mother is named Arlene Luthor. In later incarnations, her name was changed to "Leticia" even though she remained unnamed in most of her appearances.
Lillian Luthor in other media
Lillian Luthor (known as the Doctor) appears in Supergirl, portrayed by Brenda Strong. Dr. Lillian Luthor is a scientist, the leader of Project Cadmus, the wife of the late Lionel Luthor, the mother of Lex Luthor and the adoptive mother of Lena Luthor.
Lunkhead is an enemy of Batman who became an inmate at Arkham Asylum. Lunkhead was clearly stupid, but exhibited massive strength; he made an enemy of the Ventriloquist (Arnold Wesker) when he smashed Wesker's companion, Scarface. He was sacrificed to the devil by a pack of demons, along with many others, when the Ventriloquist threw his voice to make it seem as though Lunkhead was volunteering to be thrown into the fiery pit with the rest of the damned.
Lunkhead in other media
- Lunkhead appears in Beware the Batman, voiced by JB Blanc. He is a reformed criminal who was beaten into a coma for two months by Batman. He was part of a therapy program in Blackgate Penitentiary alongside Margaret Sorrow. Lunkhead was released and has been a reformed criminal. Lieutenant James Gordon asks him about Margaret, bribing him with chocolate.
- Lunkhead appears in the Gotham episode "A Dark Knight: One of My Three Soups", portrayed by Hank Strong. This version is an African-American strongman and had known Jerome Valeska's uncle Zachary Trumble. When he showed up to assist Zachary, Jerome spilled some soup on him. Upon Bruce Wayne arriving, he fought against Lunkhead and defeated him.
|First appearance||Batman #242 (June 1972)|
|Created by||Dennis O'Neil, Irv Novick, Dick Giordano|
Matches Malone was originally a Gotham gang boss who Batman attempted to recruit to help him take down Ra's al Ghul. When he was accidentally killed by a ricocheting bullet that was meant for Batman, Batman began to impersonate him to use his underworld contacts and to fool Ra's.
Post-Crisis, he was a relatively small-time arsonist with his brother Carver and who came to Gotham City early on in Batman's career, attracting Batman's attention when Carver was apparently murdered. Although Matches was the prime suspect, there was no concrete evidence to make the charges stick and Matches was released, only for Batman to subsequently find what appeared to be Matches' dead body in another fire, apparently a suicide. However, Batman never reported the death; at the time, he had been attempting to establish a criminal alias for himself to help him gather information, but the exclusive nature of the criminal sects meant that no one would recruit someone that they had not heard of, prompting him to adopt Matches' identity and use it for his own.
However, years later, Batman learned the truth about what had happened. Carver's death had actually been a suicide prompted by his guilt over a fire that he and Matches had started that resulted in the death of a homeless man resting in the building they had torched, with Matches making the body look like a murder victim because he was ashamed of his brother's suicide. Subsequently, deciding to escape Batman stalking him for the crime, Matches used the body of their earlier victim to fake his own death, with Batman being so eager to establish his criminal alias that he never took the time to definitively confirm the body's identity. After operating underground for years by committing low-end robberies, Matches returned to Gotham after hearing reports of 'his' activities, only to be shot by Scarface for 'his' recent betrayal, surviving long enough to simply confess his role in events to Batman and Nightwing before dying, with his last request being that Batman bury him next to his brother Carver.
Having destroyed Scarface in 'revenge' for Matches' death, Batman commented to Nightwing later on that he continued using the Matches identity because, in the years he had spent playing Matches, he had come to recognize that Matches was not an evil man, but had done some bad things that he never had the chance to make up for, regarding his use of Matches' name as a chance to give Matches some absolution.
The "Matches Malone" identity indirectly caused the events of Batman: War Games; after she was fired as Robin, Stephanie Brown attempted to implement an old plan of Batman's that would allow him to take control of the city's criminal organisations, hoping that this would impress Batman enough to convince him to take her back. Unfortunately, she was unaware that Batman's agent who was meant to take control of the meeting, Matches Malone, was actually Batman himself, resulting in tensions between the crime families flaring up and most of them being killed in the subsequent stand-off, leading into the subsequent gang wars and Stephanie's own apparent death.
In The Batman Adventures comic book series, Batman uses the Matches Malone guise against the False Face Society and a backstory reveals Malone was a low-level enforcer for Rupert Thorne who agreed to become a snitch for Batman and Commissioner Gordon against Thorne. But, when Malone began skimming cash from Thorne, he was shot to death by "two Chicago triggers" who go by the monikers Dapper (for always dressing well) and Cricket (for his short wiry build). Upon finding the dying Malone and being told that his killers went to a well-known Chinese restaurant, Batman removed his glasses—and was shocked by what Malone looked like. Batman took Malone's guise, defeated the two hitmen and sent them to prison, and has used the guise ever since.
Matches Malone in other media
- In the aborted Tom Mankiewicz script The Batman, the character is named Jimmy Malone, being a simple criminal accomplice to the Joker.
- In Batman: The Animated Series, Batman (voiced by Kevin Conroy) uses the alias Matches Malone to infiltrate Two-Face's gang in the two-parts episode "Shadow of the Bat."
- The character, renamed Matthew "Matches" Malone, is used in Batman: The Brave and the Bold as an alias by Batman (voiced by Diedrich Bader). In the episode "Chill of the Night!", Batman uses the name variation during a trip to the past with the Phantom Stranger to see Thomas Wayne and Martha Wayne years before their deaths and unaware that Malone is their grown son. In the episode "The Mask of Matches Malone!", Batman gets amnesia while in his Matches Malone persona and believes himself to actually be a gangster.
- The character appears again, this time renamed Patrick "Matches" Malone, in the live-action Gotham TV series, portrayed by Danny Schoch in his first masked appearance and by Michael Bowen in the second appearance. This version is a philosophical hitman-for-hire who is one of Gotham City's deadliest murderers and was an old partner of Mutants leader Terence "Cupcake" Shaw. He is the masked man in shiny shoes who killed Thomas Wayne and Martha Wayne in front of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle (who was watching from the highest part of the fire escape), taking Joe Chill's place in the comics and most adaptations. This has led Detective James Gordon into finding him in order to bring to justice. Silver St. Cloud revealed the killer's identity to be Patrick. When Bruce finally confronts Patrick, Patrick stated that he was tired of doing bad things, while barely recalling if he killed Bruce's parents and Bruce decides not to kill Patrick. Using the gun that Bruce left behind, Patrick committed suicide by the time Gordon caught up with Bruce. Gordon and Harvey Bullock were left wondering who could have hired Malone to kill Thomas and Martha (which was eventually revealed to be Hugo Strange).
|First appearance|| Pamela: Action Comics #775 (March 2001) |
Sonja: JLA #100 (August 2004)
|Created by||Joe Kelly and Doug Mahnke|
|Alter ego||Pamela |
|Team affiliations|| Justice League |
|Abilities||Controls symbiotic alien parasites|
Menagerie is a name shared by two anti-heroines in the DC Universe, both members of the Elite. The two are Puerto Rican sisters who are linked with a symbiotic alien weapon crèche called symbeasts. Menagerie appears in Superman vs. The Elite, voiced by Melissa Disney and Supergirl, played by Jessica Meraz.
Pamela first appears in Action Comics #775 (March 2001). While the origins of her powers are unclear in Action Comics #775, Manchester Black states that the rogue Men in Black (from the Department of Extranormal Operations) once picked up the dregs of society, turning them into weapons and selling them off to the highest alien bidder. Black recruits Pam to be a member of the Elite. This group takes it upon themselves to "free the Earth of scum". They come into conflict with Superman during their first mission and Superman disables them following a showdown on Jupiter's moon, Io. The Elite are delivered into custody, but soon released by President Lex Luthor. During an assassination attempt on Luthor, Menagerie reveals to Superman that the Elite are acting against their wills. For her betrayal, Black induces a stroke in her, putting her in a permanent vegetative state.
Sonja first appears in JLA #100 (August 2004). Upon Black's apparent death, his sister, Vera Black, takes it upon herself to clear the family name and reassembles the Elite as a force for good. As Sister Superior she convinces Pamela's sister, Sonja, to assume control of the alien cache as the second Menagerie. Vera then approaches the JLA with a proposition to form a sort of black ops JLA team: Justice League Elite. Sonja's hatred of Manchester Black becomes a hatred of the Elite. Sonja sees this as her opportunity to kill Vera's dream, so she plays along and joins the team. In their first mission, Menagerie secretly coaxes Coldcast into killing the foreign terrorist dictator, Hi-Shan Bhat. Menagerie lays low during the fallout and puts effort into her personal relationship with Coldcast. The two become lovers and are drawn together by their shared affection for Pamela. Then, while most of the Elite goes underground, Vera is finally fully overtaken by the disembodied Manchester Black.
While Black threatens Earth with a Fourth World god, Menagerie goes missing and Coldcast is arrested by the JLA for Bhat's murder. Coldcast confesses to the murder and is taken to the Slab prison. There he is visited by the spirit of the recently departed Manitou Raven, who frees him from Menagerie's control. Coldcast is exonerated and the team tracks Sonja to Costa Rica. She is taken into JLA custody, deprived of the aliens, and begins a gradual separation that they hope will sever her connection to the symbeasts.
Powers and abilities of Menagerie
The symbeasts can be assembled to shift over the host to form various shapes and weapons such as claws, spikes or whips. Most commonly, they form around the body and take the form of wings, enabling Menagerie to fly. She can also instruct them to take other forms, or detach from her body and operate independently. One creature has a bite that can force its victims to tell the truth. According to Vera Black, there is also a creature among the creche that can create bio-electric bursts. Menagerie has acidic blood as well and Sonja often allows herself to get hurt by her opponents as a combat tactic.
Menagerie in other media
A variation of the Pamela version of Menagerie appears in her self-titled Supergirl episode portrayed by Jessica Meraz. In this show, Pamela Ferrer is a jewel thief who got bonded to a snake-like alien, transforming her into Menagerie. After she killed her partner Chuck and some other people, Menagerie was confronted by Supergirl, the Martian Manhunter, Brainiac 5, and Alex Danvers. Their fight attracted the attention of the Children of Liberty. When Menagerie planned to rob the masquerade ball, she encountered Nia Nal and Supergirl and George Lockwood show up. While she did manage to subdue Supergirl, the snake-like alien on Menagerie was beheaded by George. President Baker made an example out of Menagerie and had her incarcerated. While in her cell, Menagerie received a pleasing letter from Manchester Black. In the episode "What's So Funny About Truth, Justice & the American Way?", Menagerie escapes from prison and forms the Elite alongside Manchester Black, the Hat, and an unnamed Morae.
|First appearance||Legion of Super-Heroes #14 (September 1985)|
|Created by||Paul Levitz and Steve Lightle|
|Abilities||Telepathy and Psi Invisibity|
|First appearance||Teen Titans (vol. 3) #38 (September 2006)|
|Created by||Geoff Johns and Carlos Ferreira|
|Abilities||Ability to shrink|
Within the context of the stories, Molecule is a teen superhero patterned after the Atom and a member of the Teen Titans during the "one-year gap" between the series Infinite Crisis and the "One Year Later" storyline. He is one of a group of teen heroes attacked by the Terror Titans and put in the arena of the Dark Side Club. While trying to escape, he is severed in two by the Persuader.
Mongal is a fictional supervillain in the DC Universe. She made her first unnamed appearance in Showcase '95 #8 (September 1995); her first appearance as Mongal was in Superman (vol. 2) #170 (July 2001).
Mongal is the sister of Mongul II (who is the son of Mongul I), introduced by her brother to Superman in Superman #170. When Krypto the Superdog nearly killed Mongul II, Mongal escaped and reappeared to destroy New York City. After Maxima's death in the Our Worlds at War miniseries, Mongal was chosen as the ruler of Maxima's homeworld of Almerac and was established as a galactic threat to Superman.
After a squabble with her brother in Green Lantern (vol. 4) #8 (March 2006), Mongul II decapitated her with a punch, stating family to be a weakness.
Her desiccated body appears in Green Lantern Corps #20 as the target to Mongul II's ramblings. Mongul II, newly imbued with a Sinestro Corps ring, taunts her skull by saying he would be the one to carry on their father's legacy and then drops it from the sky.
Mongal possesses superhuman strength and stamina.
Mongal in other media
- Mongal appeared in Batman: The Brave and the Bold, voiced by Gary Anthony Williams, in the episode "Duel of the Double-Crossers!". This version is the sister of Mongul and is shown to be very competitive towards him.
- DC Super Hero Girls: Mongal debuted in Season 4, Episode 21 "Tamaranean Dance Club Part 1", with the rest of Korugar Academy.
- DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games: Mongal is one of the participants in the games as part of the Korugar Academy. She is seen in several competitions: a jumping game (in which she bends her ankle); a robot competition with Lobo against Batgirl and the Bumblebee (her robot is destroyed by Batgirl and Lobo's is defeated by the Bumblebee) and the final game, which is interrupted by Lena Luthor's attack. At the beginning of the conflict, Sinestro does not want to be involved and orders his students to retreat, returning to Korugar. She is voiced by Julianne Grossman.
- Mongal will make her live-action debut in James Gunn's DC Extended Universe film The Suicide Squad, portrayed by Mayling Ng.
Sophie "Gimme" Moore is a character in DC Comics.
Sophie Moore was a cadet captain at West Point, where she held the rank of S-3, or Operations Officer. She was also the roommate and girlfriend of Kate Kane, who was herself the Brigade Executive Officer, one rank above Sophie. The two boxed competitively at the academy, with a strong implication that Kate beat Sophie in an academy championship match before their senior year. When Kate resigned from the academy due to DADT allegations, she did not rat out Sophie.
In The New 52 onward, Sophie's history with Kate remains intact. After graduating from West Point, Sophie eventually made the rank of colonel and accepted a teaching position at Gotham Military Academy. She later reunites with Kate by chance at a charity carnival where she learns that Kate is engaged to Maggie Sawyer, and attempts to schedule a lunch with Kate, to no avail.
Sophie Moore in other media
Sophie Moore appears in Batwoman, portrayed by Meagan Tandy. Unlike in the comics, Sophie is also accused of homosexual conduct for her relationship with Kate, though she still decides to stay in the military. She later became a high-level agent of Crows Security. The episode "Grinning From Ear to Ear" introduced her mother Diane (portrayed by Jeryl Prescott) who likes Batman, but dislikes Batwoman due to the heroine's status as an out lesbian.
|First appearance||Firestorm #1 (March 1978)|
|Created by|| Gerry Conway |
|Abilities||Self-duplication, superhuman strength|
Within the context of the stories, Danton Black is a nuclear physicist who worked as Martin Stein's assistant in the designing of the Hudson Nuclear Facility. Feeling that he is not receiving his due credit, he begins stealing lab equipment. When he is caught by Stein and fired, he publicly accuses Stein of stealing his designs for the power plant. He breaks into the plant to steal blueprints to fabricate evidence on the same night that Stein attempts to bring it on line. Caught in the same explosion that fuses Stein and Ronnie Raymond into Firestorm, he gains the ability to split himself into identical duplicates, though those duplicates are smaller than the original, and get smaller the more he splits.
Multiplex was a member of the Suicide Squad team tasked with capturing Firestorm when the hero attempted to coerce the nations of the Earth to destroy their nuclear weapons. Multiplex ran afoul of the Parasite, a dangerous villain brought along as a last resort, and appeared to be completely eaten by him.
Multiplex returned years later as an unwilling servant of the Thinker. He claimed to be the same villain that Firestorm had faced before, though he had no explanation as to how he was still alive. His powers had changed, as his duplicates were not reduced in size and appeared to be disposable.
In The New 52 reboot, during the Forever Evil storyline, Multiplex appears as a member of the Secret Society of Super Villains. The Crime Syndicate sent Multiplex with Black Bison, the Hyena, Plastique and Typhoon to finish Gorilla Grodd's job. The villains ended up defeated by the Rogues, since one of their targets was the hospital that Captain Cold's sister was recuperating at.
Multiplex in other media
Michael Christopher Smith portrays Danton Black/Multiplex on The CW's The Flash. In the episode "Fastest Man Alive", Black appears as a former Stagg Industries employee, determined to get revenge on his former boss Simon Stagg who had stolen Black's research in cloning, which led to the death of Black's wife. As a result of being caught in an energy surge caused from a malfunctioning particle accelerator coupled with testing his experiment on himself, Black gained the ability to duplicate himself. However, his clones have no mind of their own and have to be mentally controlled by him. After first getting the upper hand on the Flash, Black is later defeated by the speedster after he realizes that Black is weakened by the strain of making hundreds of clones, allowing him to identify the original Black based on which Black appears to be under genuine strain. Trying to tackle the Flash leads to Black falling out of a window; though the Flash tries to save him, Black chooses to fall to his apparent death. Cisco Ramon briefly nicknames Black "Captain Clone", but later changes it to Multiplex.
|Mysto the Magician Detective|
|First appearance||Detective Comics #203 (January 1954)|
|Created by|| George Kashdan (script) |
Leonard Starr (art)
|Alter ego||Richard "Rick" Carter|
Mysto was a regular back-up feature in Detective Comics #203–212 (October 1954). He was dropped when Detective Comics went from 44 pages to 36. Mysto's only Modern Age appearance was in Detective Comics #500 (March 1981), in a special anniversary story featuring Slam Bradley, Roy Raymond, and many other detectives that had once appeared in previous issues.
Fictional character biography
Rick Carter is a Wildcat flier piloting a small single-engine plane over the Tibetan plains when he spots three bandits chasing a lone old man. In gratitude for Carter saving the old man's life, Carter is taught ancient mysticism as well as tricks of the marketplace. Carter and his manservant Sikhi return to the United States to fight crime using his skills as a stage magician.
Powers and abilities of Mysto
Mysto is a skilled stage illusionist, who uses his powers to confuse criminals. He is also an above-average detective.
In his early life, Nereus started out as a Xebel military chief to King Ryus and was to be betrothed to the king's daughter Mera. Before the wedding could begin, Nereus and Mera were tasked to kill the King of Atlantis as part of their revenge for their imprisonment in the Bermuda Triangle.
When King Ryus died and Mera fell in love with Aquaman, Nereus was sworn in as the new King of Xebel. Some years later, Mera returned to Xebel, where Nereus discovered that Mera did not kill Aquaman. When Nereus tried to kill Mera, the enemy in ice that pursued Mera appeared and froze all of Xebel. The frozen enemy introduced himself as Atlan the First King of Atlantis, who had awakened from his slumber and wanted his kingdoms back. Nereus swore his allegiance to the Dead King Atlan. When Aquaman arrived, he and Mera fled from Xebel when Nereus and his men pursued them. Nereus led his forces into invading Atlantis, where Mera was captured.
Some months later, Nereus was tasked by Atlan to find the other four Atlantean kingdoms where the Trench, the first one that was found, was. After Atlan was defeated, Nereus found the Ocean Master in Louisiana and told him that he knows where the other four Atlantean kingdoms are.
Nereus in other media
Nereus appears in the DC Extended Universe film Aquaman portrayed by Dolph Lundgren. This version is Mera's father. Using a submarine provided to him by David Kane, Orm tricks Nereus into siding with him in his campaign against the surface world while arranging for Mera to be betrothed to him. After Mera helps Aquaman escape, Orm tells Nereus that Mera perished in the escape. Nereus accompanied Orm in his trip to the Kingdom of the Fishermen. When the Fisherman King Ricou turned down Orm's offer, he was killed while Nereus killed the two guards that tried to avenge him. Nereus then watched as Orm persuaded King Ricou's wife Queen Rina and daughter Princess Scales to take the offer. During the attack on the Kingdom of the Brine where Orm became the Ocean Master, Nereus fought the Brine soldiers and told the Ocean Master that they need the Brine King alive. When Aquaman arrives on the back of the leviathan Karathan and summons an army of sea creatures, Nereus is told by Princess Scales that Aquaman is also commanding the Trench, which Nereus considered impossible. Mera finds her father and informs him that Aquaman has King Atlan's trident, causing Nereus to switch sides. He then watches Aquaman's duel with the Ocean Master, where Aquaman is victorious, and even sees Atlanna appear. As the Ocean Master is taken away by the Atlantean guards, Nereus and the other Atlantean kingdoms accept Aquaman as their leader.
Nereus appears in Lego DC Super-Villains. He appears as part of the "Aquaman" DLC.
|First appearance||World's Finest Comics #159 (August 1966)|
|Created by||Edmond Hamilton and Curt Swan|
Alternate versions of Chief O'Hara
- Chief O'Hara appears in Tiny Titans #05, 33 and 48.
- Chief O'Hara appears in Batman: The Brave and the Bold #17.
Chief O'Hara in other media
- Chief O'Hara appears in Batman with Robin the Boy Wonder, voiced by Casey Kasem.
- Chief O'Hara appears in the animated movies Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and Batman vs. Two-Face, voiced by Thomas Lennon.
- The daughter of Chief O'Hara (Chief O'Hara II) was created for The Lego Batman Movie, voiced by Lauren White, and appears in the Batman '66 tie-in comics.
Former member of League of Assassins, Onyx forsook that life and joined the same Ashram Monastery that Green Arrow once belonged to. When the order's master was killed, she sought Arrow to take down his killer. Onyx came to Star City seeking that same killer again.
She later became ally to Batman during the Batman: War Games story arc when she joined to Hill Gang (led by Gotham City undercover agent and Batman's ally "Orpheus"), but she assumed the leadership following the latter's murder by Black Mask.
She became a trainer for Cassandra Cain in Bludhaven.
Onyx in other media
Onyx appears in the season six episode of Arrow, "Next of Kin", portrayed by Chastity Dotson. Previously alluded in Legends of Tomorrow episode "Left Behind", Onyx Adams was a former member of League of Assassins in 1743. Several centuries later (with the help of obtained water from Lazarus Pit), she became a black ops agent leading squad in undercover operations in Syria. Her squad deserted in 2015, stealing $100 million in government gold and disappeared. Three of Onyx's squad members defected to CIA, but were killed in gas attacks by her crew as retaliation. Going back in USA, Onyx and her squad plan a ZX gas heist from Kord Industries as a part of the operation to silence the defectors of Onyx's plan including the last defector Rob Reynolds. She confronts him at a limousine he hijacked outside the Haselby Grand Hotel, but is ultimately defeated by Green Arrow and his team and arrested by the police.
Onyx appears in a non-speaking capacity in Batman: Bad Blood. She is a member of criminal organization Leviathan headed by Talia al Ghul. She expresses romantic feelings for her superior Heretic but his own incapacity to feel true emotions (due to being a clone of Damian Wayne) frustrates her and aids Heretic's attempt to kidnap Damian and absorb his memories hoping it will enable him to love her too. However Talia, believing Heretic flawed for having these desires, murders him causing Onyx to seek vengeance upon her. Onyx later battles Batwoman during the Bat-family's attempt to rescue Damian and Batman. When Talia's plan to brainwash those aboard the prototype Watchtower fails she attempts to escape via a hover craft only for Onyx, who'd concealed herself onboard the transport earlier, to attack her causing the vessel to crash and explode, presumably killing them.
|First appearance|| Superman (1978 film) |
first appearance in the mainstream DC Universe was in Superman Returns: Prequel Comic #3 (August 2006)
|Created by|| Mario Puzo |
Otis was a henchman working for Lex Luthor when he was plotting to steal two nuclear test missiles from the United States military in order to pull off the greatest criminal real estate scheme of owning hundreds of acres of land east of the San Andreas Fault by destroying much of California with an earthquake. Otis was put in the same penitentiary as Lex Luthor after Superman stopped the missiles and the earthquake.
In Superman II, he joined Luthor in his escape from prison when Eve Teschmacher arrived in a hot-air balloon to provide a getaway vehicle that would take him north to "Superman's secret", the Fortress of Solitude. Unfortunately, Otis was left behind in the penitentiary when he tried to climb up the balloon's ladder and caused it to be pulled toward the ground, forcing Luthor to dislodge the ladder from the balloon.
Otis in comics
Alternate versions of Otis
Otis appears in Superman Family Adventures #05 and 07.
- In The World's Greatest Super Friends episode "Lex Luthor Strikes Back", there is a character based on Otis named Orville Gump (voiced by William Callaway). Orville Gump was the bumbling sidekick of criminal mastermind Lex Luthor.
- Dr. Otis Ford appears in the Smallville season 4 episode "Scare", portrayed by Malcolm Stewart. Otis is a doctor employed by LuthorCorp to manage a defense contract project involving a gas that causes exposed people to hallucinate their worst nightmare.
- Otis appears in the Young Justice episode "Satisfaction", voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson and in the "Young Justice" tie-in comic book #21-22. Otis is the commander of Lex Luthor's security force.
- Otis Graves appears in season 4 of Supergirl, portrayed by Robert Baker. This version is Mercy Graves' brother and a former Project Cadmus agent. Mercy and Otis are seemingly killed by the Hellgrammite, who surrendered to the DEO. Otis turns up alive, where he was the one who sniped Jimmy Olsen, as it was revealed that Lex made him into Metallo. When Supergirl and Lena Luthor found information in Lex Luthor's cell, Otis was told to go into a location and stand there as Otis explodes. Lex then has Otis put back together. Ben later visits Otis, where he unknowingly tells him of Lex Luthor's plot to look like he reformed. This causes Ben to kill Otis. In the episode "It's a Super Life", Mister Mxyzptlk shows Kara a possible reality where she revealed her identity to Lena from the start. This led to Otis and Agent Liberty abducting Lena Luthor and Thomas Coville in order to coerce Supergirl into revealing her identity.
- Otis appears in Superman Returns: Prequel Comic #3 (August 2006).
- Otis Berg appears in the Smallville Season 11 tie-in comics. Otis Berg was Lex Luthor's personal assistant in LexCorp and is killed by the Monitor.
|First appearance||Flash Comics #66 (August 1945)|
|Created by||Gardner Fox and Joe Kubert|
|Teams|| All-Star Squadron |
|Abilities||Enhanced ocean-adapted physiology, ability to communicate with marine mammals|
The character, created by Gardner Fox and Joe Kubert, first appeared in Flash Comics #66 (August 1945). That and a follow up story in 1947 were the character's only appearances, until Roy Thomas revived him for an All-Star Squadron story in 1984 and later selected him as one of the focal characters of Young All-Stars in 1987. In addition, Thomas expanded the character's backstory and origin so that it incorporated large chunks of The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket by Edgar Allan Poe and Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne.
Within the context of the stories, Neptune Perkins is a mutant born with attributes that lend themselves to living at sea. During World War II he works with the All-Star Squadron. After the war he weds Miya Shimada, though this relationship becomes strained in part by his being unaware that he is not the father of their daughter, Debbie. In more recent years, he has acted as a governmental contact for Aquaman and Young Justice after being elected to the United States Senate. He is killed in Infinite Crisis #3 when the Shark and King Shark together attack and partially devour him during an undersea battle.
Lashawn Baez was a graduate student at Central City Medical School, but put her studies aside to help her father Tomas when he got ill, requiring a kidney transplant. Lashawn tried to donate hers, but the procedure activated her latent metagene, granting her teleportation powers while in the same unable to donate own organ because of her powers whenever she was touched.
As a Peek-a-Boo, she snuck into Central City Hospital to steal kidney, but accidentally destroyed a lab due to her powers being unstable and dangerous. The doctor grabbed her arm, which caused an implosion where she disappeared, nearly killing the surprised surgeon. The Flash and Cyborg intervened and defeated her with a wall of white sound generated by Cyborg's arm, coupled with disorientation from being teleported hundreds of times a second when the Flash deliberately triggered her powers. The Flash later returned the kidney to the hospital and Lashawn was convinced and sent to Iron Heights.
When Gorilla Grodd attacked Iron Heights, Peek-a-Boo was able to escape along with many other Rogues. She went to hospital to check on her father. Tomas Baez' doctors had been able to find a new kidney in time, but his ailing body rejected it and her father died. When the Flash came to hospital, Lashawn, in grief and embittered by her incarceration, revealed to him that she wanted to be hero like him whom she had idolised, but now considered him as an enemy. However, she later saved the life of Flash's wife Linda Park when she was injured in a fight between them. Lashawn then turned herself in to the police believing she had nothing left to live for and remained in custody.
Peek-a-Boo in other media
Peek-a-Boo (renamed Shawna Baez) appears in The Flash, portrayed by Britne Oldford. She debuts in season one episode, "Crazy for You", where she breaks in Iron Heights prison to free her boyfriend Clay Parker. Her nickname is coined by Caitlin Snow from STAR Labs. After freeing her boyfriend, they get in crime job with mob boss to rob a bank, but police arrest them, while Shawna and Clay escape. Barry is able to capture her after removing all the lights in a tunnel where she is unable to see in dark and is put in STAR Labs prison. She returns in "Rogue Air" as one of the prisoners being transferred to Lian Yu prison, but Leonard Snart frees the prisoners, hoping to call in a favor from them in the future. Shawna returns in season four premiere, "The Flash Reborn", where Wally West and Cisco Ramon coordinate their efforts to catch her during her latest crime spree. She later appears in season five episode, "Seeing Red" as one of the potential victims of metahuman serial killer Cicada, with the Flash making arrangements to send her and other metahumans into witness protection to keep them safe.
Mikhail Arkadin is a Soviet superhero known as the Soviet Firestorm and Pozhar (Russian: пожар, "wildfire").
Mikhail Denisovitch Arkadin originally was an intellectual attached to the Chernobyl power plant, and was present during its catastrophe; his metagene was activated, and he gained the ability to create an all-consuming fire. Unfortunately, that same fire destroyed most of his body, and he was forced to wear a containment suit in order to prevent himself from destroying everything he touched. The Russian government then maneuvered him into position to be one of its premier heroes, placing him into a battle against the original Firestorm, who was then calling for complete nuclear disarmament.
The battle raged for a time between the two heroes, until a nuclear weapon was dropped on the duo while they fought in the Nevada desert. From that debacle arose a new Firestorm, in which Mikhail played a crucial role, along with the original two members of the Firestorm Matrix, Martin Stein and Ronnie Raymond. He continued as a member of Firestorm in another incarnation, as an Elemental, but was eventually removed from the Firestorm Matrix so that Martin alone could bear the powers. Ronnie and Mikhail returned to their homes, de-powered.
During the "In My Father's House" storyline in the most recent Firestorm series, it was revealed that Mikhail is, in fact, once again in control of his former abilities. He was re-powered by a nuclear test gone wrong in Russia. After going by the name of Firestorm for a time (not knowing that a new Firestorm made up of Jason Rusch and Martin Stein had been in operation for some time), he has now changed his identity back to Pozhar.
In the Watchmen sequel Doomsday Clock, Pozhar appears as a member of the People's Heroes. He appears on TV, announcing that Russia is closing their borders to all foreigners, be they metahuman or not. During his interview on "the Superman Theory", Firestorm used a profanity to describe it and even used another profanity to insult Pozhar, much to the dismay of Martin Stein. Pozhar joined the People's Heroes in trying to catch Firestorm when he was accused of turning some Russians into glass. This causes Superman to come to Firestorm's defense, much to the dismay of Batman.
Pozhar in other media
Mikhail Arkadin appears in Legends of Tomorrow, portrayed by Voytek Skrzeta. When the Legends infiltrate Luskavic Labs looking into Vandal Savage's Operation Svarog, Arkadin leads Soviet soldiers in capturing Martin Stein, Ray Palmer and Mick Rory and takes them to the Koshmar prison camp. At Koshmar, Arkadin tortures Palmer and Rory in order to get Stein to divulge his knowledge of Firestorm. When Jefferson Jackson cuts the circuit breaker to Koshmar, a prison riot breaks out. Arkadin attempts to contain the prisoners, but Leonard Snart pushes him into a cell with a prisoner named Boris, who proceeds to beat him up. He is killed when Valentina Vostok (as Firestorm) becomes unstable, causing a nuclear explosion at Koshmar.
For years, Sergeant Preus had proudly served the Citizen's Patrol Corps, a police force that kept the peace in Kandor under the Kryptonian banner of El, their "creator". Due to the compression of time, more than a century had passed inside the bottle city (compared to only a handful of years outside it) during which Preus and his fellow Kandorians had come to worship "The Superman" as their "god in heaven" above. The Corpsman was also a devout xenophobe, who dispensed justice against "non-K" (Kryptonian) dissidents that threatened their way of life, especially a citizen named Kal-El, who forever tainted Paradise when he seemingly murdered several Kandorians.
Preus swore a solemn oath to make the murderer pay, not realizing that Kal-El was actually the Superman that he and the others had worshiped for so long. He was also unaware that the "victims" were constructs created by an alien telepath, Lyla, who had brainwashed Kal-El into believing that Kandor was a never-exploded Krypton. Eventually shattering the illusion, Superman escaped Kandor and confronted Lyla back in Metropolis. Preus followed them, but exposure to Earth's air and yellow sun drastically affected him, giving him strange, new powers equal to Superman's while amplifying his already-unbalanced racist views.
Convinced that Kal-El had defiled the legacy of "The Superman", Preus swore to assume that responsibility himself and that all of the impure would die by his hand. His xenophobia led him to a group of white supremacists in the American desert, who he forced into worshiping him and his views. However, in time, the people of "God's Peake" (as the camp was called) came to worship Preus as their cult leader. His increasing prominence eventually led both the Martian Manhunter and Jimmy Olsen to investigate, only to have both of them captured by Preus and his men.
This forced a confrontation with Superman, who, at the time, was dealing with the effects of Gog's synthetic yellow kryptonite, which had significantly aged and weakened Superman in a short period of time. So weakened, Superman was barely able to deal with Preus' legions alone and quickly found himself outclassed by the (at the time) much more vital Preus.
A last-ditch gambit using kryptonite to try and weaken Preus failed, as Preus revealed a previously unknown resistance to kryptonite. However, he was finally defeated when Superman attacked and destroyed a key portion of Preus' armor, rendering him unconscious. Afterwards, Preus was injured from that attack and had to be hospitalized. His current whereabouts are unknown. He was last seen as a weakened Superman tried to fly him to S.T.A.R. Labs for treatment. Preus disappeared after Superman was engaged by an army of Gogs.
Powers and abilities of Preus
Preus possesses powers similar to those of Superman, such as superhuman strength and speed, flight, invulnerability, X-ray vision and enhanced senses. Unlike Superman, Preus can fire beams of black energy from his eyes that strike a target with intense heat and force. Preus also does not share Superman's vulnerability to kryptonite.
In September 2011, The New 52 rebooted DC's continuity. In this new timeline, Psiphon is introduced to DC as a H.I.V.E. warrior who is paired up with the Dreadnought. He appears in Superboy (vol. 4) #20, where the team are dispatched to New York City to capture Doctor Psycho, who had escaped from a H.I.V.E. facility, and Superboy, whose psionic powers were of interest to the H.I.V.E. Despite proving to be formidable opponents, both Psiphon and the Dreadnought were defeated when Doctor Psycho and Superboy teamed up to take them down. Psiphon was knocked out by Superboy with just a flick of his finger.
Powers and abilities of Psiphon
Having undergone genetic modifications by the H.I.V.E., Psiphon, as his name implies, has the ability to drain the energy of a psi-powered individual and feed it to the Dreadnought to increase his strength.
|First appearance||Green Lantern (vol. 2) #1 (July–Aug. 1960)|
|Created by||John Broome, Gil Kane|
|Abilities||"Hypno-ray" device that allows mind control|
The Puppeteer, originally known as the Puppet Master, is a DC Comics supervillain. Jordan Weir was a scientist who created a "hypno-ray" which he could use to force his victims to obey his commands. As the Puppet Master, he embarked on a crime spree, manipulating minor criminals into doing his dirty work.
After being defeated by Green Lantern, he started a new life as a scientist for Dayton Industries. However, when the company developed the self-generating power source known as Promethium, the temptation was too much for him. Through his robot puppets, the Puppeteer took control of Cyborg, Kid Flash, Starfire, and Wonder Girl and turned them against their teammates. Raven's soul-self was finally able to break their trance and the Titans united to battle the Puppeteer and his toy robotic army. When the villain was defeated, the H.I.V.E. attempted to destroy him for his failure, but the Puppeteer escaped.
The Puppeteer in other media
- A supervillain called Dollman made a one-shot appearance in the 1968 Filmation cartoon series featuring Batman and Robin. He was, however, more reminiscent of the Puppet Master (a Golden Age Batman foe from Detective Comics #212).
- In the Teen Titans animated series, a character named the Puppet King is probably based on both the Puppet Master and the Puppeteer.
- The Puppeteer made several background appearances as a member of Grodd's Secret Society in the final season of Justice League Unlimited.
Purgatory is a supervillain in DC Comics.
Paul Christian is a man who lost his legs in a subway accident. Years later, he was almost injured during a battle involving Green Lantern V (Kyle Rayner). To make amends, Kyle used his power ring to give Paul new legs. Following another accident, it affected Paul's willpower, causing him to lose his legs.
During the Underworld Unleashed crossover event, Paul was desperate to get his legs back. He accepted the demon-lord Neron's offer to regain his legs and was given superpowers. As the green flame-emitting Purgatory, he was sent to kill Green Lantern V. After failing to do so in two attempts, Purgatory was taken to Hell by Neron while he was still alive.
|First appearance||Action Comics #49 (June 1942)|
|Created by||Jerry Siegel and John Sikela|
The Puzzler I
The concept and original character, created by Jerry Siegel and John Sikela, first appeared in Action Comics #49 (June 1942). The concept was later revamped for the character Valerie Van Haaften.
Within the context of the mainstream comics, the original Puzzler is an unnamed non-costumed criminal who is highly skilled in parlor games and puzzles and operates a protection racket in Metropolis.
This character, along with most of the Golden Age Superman material, was later assigned to the universe of Earth-Two in the DC Multiverse. The material was later removed from DC continuity as a result of Crisis on Infinite Earths.
The Puzzler II
The name of the Puzzler was re-used in Superman (vol. 2) #187 (December 2002) as the supervillain identity of Valerie van Haaften, a new version of the character whose body was composed of living "puzzle pieces".
The Puzzler III
In September 2011, The New 52 rebooted DC's continuity. In this new timeline, a new character called the Puzzler appears as a member of A.R.G.U.S. He is later revealed to be a descendant of Vandal Savage.
The Puzzler in other media
The character was adapted for a two-episode story for season 2 of the television series Batman and portrayed by Maurice Evans. The episodes, titled "A Penny for Your Riddles"/"They're Worth a Lot More", had originally been written for the Riddler, portrayed by Frank Gorshin. Since Gorshin was in a contract dispute with the series' producers at the time and no longer wanted to play the Riddler as a result of this, the script was rewritten, the episodes were re-titled "The Puzzles Are Coming"/"The Duo Is Slumming" and the Riddler was changed into the Puzzler.
The Puzzler is referenced in the film Batman Forever when Edward Nygma (Jim Carrey) suggests villainous nicknames for himself, including "the Puzzler", "the Gamester", "Captain Kill" or "the Question Mark Man".
Moira Queen in other media
Robert Queen is the father of Oliver Queen/the Green Arrow. He and his wife Moira were killed by lions during an African safari.
Robert Queen in other media
- Robert was briefly seen in a flashback in Smallville Season 7, portrayed by Jonathan Scarfe. He and Moria are secretly also involved with the Veritas Societybut were murdered by fellow Veritas member, Lionel Luthor.
- Robert Queen was portrayed by Jamey Sheridan in The CW's Arrow. He sacrificed himself and his bodyguard after making it to a life raft with his son (Oliver Queen) and said bodyguard, as there was not enough food or water for all three of them to survive.
|First appearance||Justice League of America #233 (December 1984)|
|Created by||Gerry Conway and Chuck Patton|
|Aliases||Reverb, Rupture, Hardline|
Armando Ramon (alternately spelled Armando Ramone and also known as Reverb, Rupture and Hardline) is the older brother of Cisco Ramon/Vibe. Created by Gerry Conway and Chuck Patton, the character first appeared in Justice League of America #233 (December 1984). Originally the leader of a street gang in Detroit, Armando gave this up after being inspired by his brother's actions as the superhero Vibe of the Justice League of America. Sharing his brother's metahuman power of manipulating sound waves, he became a hero himself and joined the Conglomerate, a corporate-sponsored superhero team. Armando has used three different aliases over the years: Reverb, Rupture and Hardline.
Armando Ramon in other media
Reverb and Rupture appear as separate characters in The Flash live action television series: Reverb is the Earth-2 doppelganger of Vibe (Carlos Valdes), while Rupture is the Earth-2 doppelganger of Dante Ramon (Nicholas Gonzalez). Depicted as Zoom's enforcer on Earth-2, Reverb is a wrangler of Killer Frost and Deathstorm, while trying to persuade Vibe to his side before being killed by Zoom for his disobedience. When Zoom invades Earth-1, Rupture attacks Vibe and Dante out of revenge for Reverb's death (as Zoom lied to him about Reverb's murder), but is stopped by the Flash and Vibe before being killed by Zoom for his failure.
|First appearance||Justice League of America's Vibe #1 (April 2013)|
|Created by||Andrew Kreisberg, Geoff Johns and Pete Woods|
Dante Ramon in other media
Dante Ramon appears in The Flash live action television series, portrayed by Nicholas Gonzalez. Taking Armando Ramon's place as the older brother, this version has a rocky relationship with Cisco Ramon. In season one, he and Cisco are held hostage by Captain Cold and Heat Wave to motivate Cisco to reveal Flash's secret identity which Cisco does for Dante's sake. In season two, Dante and Cisco fend off Rupture's attacks. After Rupture's death, Dante and Cisco develop a better brotherly bond. In season three, Dante is killed after Barry Allen's timeline changes, which strains Cisco and Barry's friendship for a while.
Wayne Wilkins, a.k.a. Red Tool, first appeared in Harley Quinn (vol. 2) #3 (April 2014). He is a vigilante obsessed with Harley Quinn, to the point of stalking and kidnapping her. At first, Harley did not like him, but they have since become good friends and close allies.
Powers and abilities of Red Tool
Red Tool does not feel pain after a surgery that removed a brain tumor and parts of his amygdala. Red Tool uses tools and hardware appliances for weapons and has a bionic arm.
|First appearance||Supergirl (vol. 6) #5 (March 2012)|
|Created by||Michael Green, Mike Johnson and Mahmud Asrar|
Reign is a powerful alien enemy of Supergirl. She is a Worldkiller, an alien embryo genetically modified and grown in a clandestine Kryptonian laboratory. Reign is gifted with superhuman strength, speed and endurance and is an adept swordswoman and hand-to-hand combatant.
Reign in other media
- Reign appeared in Supergirl, portrayed by Odette Annable and served as one of the main antagonists of season 3 (along with her Kryptonian creator Selena) under her human alias Samantha Arias, a single mother in National City who has a daughter Ruby. Selena and her sisters created Reign and other Worldkillers (Purity and Pestilence) during the final days of Krypton. Launched on another planet Earth, Reign becomes dormant until Selena awakened her when Samantha is adult person. Samantha is initially unaware of her origins until her adopted mother Patricia explains to her when she was in space pod; the latter sends the signal which leads Samantha to desert location where the hidden Fortress of Sanctuary emerges. Samantha finds Selena's holographic projection and her evil personality emerges, unable to supress her and no having memories of her. Selena instructs her to become an agent of justice to purify Earth and transform it into the new Krypton. Reign kills several people on her way, both good and evil in her rampage until she is stopped when Supergirl puts the black Kryptonite Harun-El from Argo City in her organism, seemingly perishing her and saving Samantha. Selena and her sisters resurrect Reign as a separate being, without her host, but Reign is finally killed in alternate dimension Juru when Samantha gives her the water from the fountain of Lillith, weakening her and prompting Kryptonian demons to take her away. Reign returned in the 100th episode of season 5, "It's Super Life".
- Reign appears as a playable character in Lego DC Super-Villains.
Rose Psychic is a DC Comics heroine affiliated with the company's first superhero, Doctor Occult. They both were created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the creators of Superman. She first appeared in New Fun Comics #6 (October 1935).
Mia Saunders first appeared in JSA: All Stars #2 (1999). Mia is the infant daughter of Kendra Saunders (Hawkgirl). As a teenager, Kendra got pregnant with Mia and had to give her up for adoption to an Oregon couple. It is later revealed that Kendra regularly visits her daughter.
Creators: Len Kaminski and Anthony Williams. First appearance: Showcase '96 #11 (December 1996).
Nina Skorzeny, a.k.a. the Scream Queen, was the vampire lead singer of Scare Tactics.
A member of the Skorzeny clan of vampires in Markovia, Nina's family was wiped out by a group of vampire killers called the Graveyard Shift. The group was responsible for many vampire concentration camps as they attempted to exterminate all the vampires in Markovia. Nina was able to survive their efforts and escaped to America. This left her with a deep distrust of humans, who she called "breathers" or "normals".
After making it to America, she was captured by R-Complex, a government agency that subjected her to numerous experiments. She was eventually rescued by the efforts of Arnold Burnsteel and Fate. The pair also freed Fang, Slither, and Gross-Out. Burnsteel suggested the group form a band to serve as cover while they try to outrun R-Complex agents.
The Scream Queen met Catwoman on one occasion. The pair battled Graveyard Shift members and an elder vampire in Gotham City. Nina was forced to kill the vampire to save Catwoman's life. She felt some guilt over killing a member of her own kind to save a human, but the pair had bonded and Catwoman became one of the few humans that the Scream Queen saw as a friend.
Eventually, the Scream Queen began to change her view of her Scare Tactics teammates, finally seeing them as friends. Following Slither's death, Nina arranged for the group to take his ashes and throw them in his father's face. She also bit and sucked all the alcohol from Burnsteel's system when he got drunk to deal with his grief. Following Gross-Out's transformation and departure from Earth, the group was left with only three members. They vowed to carry on, however, and set out to search for new members.
Powers and abilities of the Scream Queen
Vampirism, enhanced senses, enhanced vision, enhanced hearing, enhanced sense of smell, immortality, invulnerability, regeneration, superhuman strength, superhuman stamina, psychokinesis, hypnosis, transformation, metamorphosis and a sonic scream (TV).
The Scream Queen in other media
- A different version of the Scream Queen appears in Batman: The Brave and the Bold. She is based on the Silver Banshee. The Scream Queen partnered with the Scarecrow in a Halloween scheme to spread fear gas across the town through the use of pumpkins. When Batman and the Flash came to foil their plot, the Scream Queen was eventually defeated when a fear gas pumpkin was shoved into her face and the hallucinogenic effects made her see the Flash as a monster.
- An alternate counterpart of the Black Canary from a parallel Earth, also named the Scream Queen, appears in the animated film Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, voiced by Kari Wührer. She operates under the Crime Syndicate's Johnny Quick, attacking the Martian Manhunter with her sonic scream.
|First appearance||Firestorm the Nuclear Man #95 (March 1990)|
|Created by||John Ostrander and Tom Mandrake|
|Abilities||African Storm God, wields a magical stone labrys|
이야기의 맥락에서 Shango는 Orishas 의 신이자 전쟁 수장입니다 . 그는 오건에게 신의 땅인 이페와 지구를 연결하는 황금 사슬을 끊도록 요청하는 책임이 있습니다. 그는 또한 그것을 현대에 복원하는 책임이 있습니다. 그가 아프리카 판테온의 재 등장을 이끌 때 그는 파이어 스톰 을 만난다 . 그와 판테온은 아프리카를 포기한 파이어 스톰의 임무를 맡게됩니다. 
|첫 등장|| 코만도 : 쇼케이스 # 3 (1956 년 7 월 -8 월) |
Hardwicke : Detective Comics # 253 (1958 년 3 월)
돌연변이 호랑이 상어 : Green Lantern (vol. 2) # 24 (1963 년 10 월)
|작성자|| 코만도 : Robert Kanigher (대본) |
Russ Heath (미술)
Hardwicke : Dave Wood (대본)
Sheldon Moldoff (미술)
돌연변이 호랑이 상어 : John Broome (대본)
Gil Kane (미술)
The first Shark is a non-superpowered commando. Along with his companions named Sardine and Whale, he is part of the World War II-era fighting unit called the Frogmen. His sole appearance is in Showcase #3 (July–August 1956). The story was written by Robert Kanigher, and illustrated by Russ Heath.
The Shark II
The second Shark is the secret identity of criminal Gunther Hardwicke. He is a member of the Terrible Trio, along with the Fox and the Vulture. He wears a shark mask and uses fish-themed technology to commit crimes. This Shark—and the Terrible Trio—debuted in Detective Comics #253 (March 1958).
The Shark III
The third Shark, who has used the aliases T. S. Smith and Karshon in the past, debuted in Green Lantern (vol. 2) #24 (October 1963). He is a tiger shark that rapidly mutated after exposure to nuclear waste (later retconned to be part of the Kroloteans' experiments in Green Lantern (vol. 4) #4 (October 2005)). The rapid evolutionary growth gives him high intelligence, a humanoid appearance and telepathic powers, but leaves him with his bloodthirsty shark instincts. This Shark has fought Green Lantern, as well as Superman,Aquaman, the Justice League of America and the Black Condor II. The Shark's portrayal on the cover of Action Comics #456 (February 1976) was inspired by the hit 1975 movie Jaws.
The Shark in other media
- Robert Ridgely provided the voice of the Shark in The All-New Super Friends Hour in 1977.
- The Shark made several non-voiced cameo appearances in Justice League Unlimited as part of Grodd's Legion of Doom.
- The Shark made several non-voiced cameo appearances in Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
|First appearance||DCU 악당 비밀 파일 및 출처 # 1 ( 1999 년 4 월 )|
|작성자||제프 존스 와 톰 맨드레이크|
|능력||소드 사용자 및 파워 아이템 사용자|
그녀는 Stars and STRIPE 11 호 , JSA 2 호, JSA All-Stars 4 호에 출연했다 .
다른 미디어의 Shiv
Cindy Burman의 화신은 Meg DeLacy가 묘사 한 Stargirl에 나타납니다 .  이 버전은 욜 란다 몬테 즈의 라이벌이자 블루 밸리 고등학교의 치어 리더 캡틴이자 학교에서 가장 인기있는 학생 인 헨리 킹 주니어 의 여자 친구 이지만 대부분의 학생들은 그녀의 비열한 성격 때문에 그녀를 피합니다. 그녀는 아버지 이토 시로 박사의 발자취를 따르고 불의 협회에 가입 하기로 결심했습니다., 어린 나이에 유전자 변형되어 치유 인자와 손목에 부착 된 접이식 칼날을 얻었습니다. 그러나 그녀의 아버지는 그녀의 도움을 거부하고 일반적으로 그녀를 무시하여 아무도 그녀를 진정으로 사랑하지 않는다고 느끼기 때문에 신디는 쓰라림과 악의에 빠졌습니다. 두 부분으로 구성된 에피소드 "Shiv"에서 그녀는 아버지의 발명품 중 일부를 훔쳐서 학교 관리인 Justin에 의해 추방되기 전에 Stargirl 과 싸우고 심하게 부상을 입혀 그녀를 받아들이도록 강요합니다.. Stargirl과의 재 대결에서 Henry Jr.는 크로스 파이어에 휩싸여 드래곤 킹이 딸을 대피시키기 전에 두 사람을 쓰러 뜨리는 데 심령 력을 사용했습니다. 에피소드 "브레인 웨이브 '에서 그는 더 문제의 그녀를 유지하기 위해 그녀를 투옥하지만,"별과 STRIPE "백금 (Pt. 2)에서, 그녀는 탈출 그녀의 아버지를 죽이고 관리하고 포함하는 보석 발견 Eclipso을 사이 마법사의 소유물입니다.
The Silver Ghost in other media
A female version of the Silver Ghost named Raya van Zandt appears in The Flash season five episode "The Flash & The Furious", portrayed by Gabrielle Walsh. This version is depicted as an ex-Air Force pilot, under the call sign "Silver Ghost", who wields a meta-tech key fob that allows her to control any motorized vehicle. She sought to form a group called the Young Rogues and recruited the supervillain Weather Witch to be its first member. The two of them broke into an A.R.G.U.S. facility and stole an experimental WayneTech car capable of turning invisible, but after the superhero XS appealed to her better nature, Weather Witch stopped her partner from committing murder and escaped with her. In a later episode, "Gone Rogue", Weather Witch reveals that she abandoned Van Zandt in Bolivia. XS later uses the latter's "Young Rogues" idea to combat the metahuman serial killer, Cicada, only to be betrayed by her fellow Rogues when they discover her connection to the Flash.
Sidd is a minor villain in Batman: The Brave and the Bold and later teams up with Clayface and Facade in Justice League.
|First appearance||Blue Beetle #12|
|Created by||Len Wein, Joey Cavalieri and Paris Cullins|
Garrison Slate in other media
두 번째였다 제리 맥기 , 티나 맥기 이름 "으로 가서의 남편 속도 맥기 "과 "속도 악마." 그는 Genetech의 과학자였으며 그는 그에게 초인적 인 힘, 속도 및 지구력을 부여한 Steroid B-19 약물을 복용했습니다. 그는 자신을 떠난 아내에게 복수를 원했고, 이로 인해 플래시 와 충돌하게되었습니다 .  영웅은 약물 떨어져 그를 도와 관리와 제리는 결국 그의 소원 해지는 아내에게 돌아왔다. 
다른 미디어의 속도 악마
An allusion to Jerry appeared in the pilot episode of the 1990s CBS The Flash, with him being renamed David and his death being the motivation for Tina's helping of Barry Allen. They are also S.T.A.R. Labs scientists as well.
Mr. Auerbach (first appearance in Flash (vol. 2) #238 (May 2008)), was the son of a media mogul whose holdings included the cable news network KN News. He pursued a career in journalism, hoping to work his way up in his father's company. While working on a story, he met Edwar Martinez, who was capable of sensing the fears in others and making them a reality. Auerbach eventually was put in charge of KN News, where he had a hand in determining much of the content that the network covered.
He also led a double life as the villain Spin. He kept Edwar captive in the basement of the news building, hooking him up to machines and forcing him to watch news coverage. In this setting, Spin was able to channel and direct Edwar's amazing ability.
His first caper was robbing a Fabergé egg from a local auction. He created a distraction by summoning earthquakes, which had been in the public's mind due to a recent quake in Hub City.
He took advantage of a comment made on television by the Flash expressing his financial woes. After the citizens of Keystone City started to feel some doubt about their local hero, Spin lured him to the Keystone City Salamanders stadium and forced him to steal many valuables from the fans there. This causes a massive public outcry against the Flash, which Spin enhances with his powers, even turning the original Flash against his successor.
When Spin and Edwar realized that the Flash had identified the source of the disturbances as emanating from KN News, he used his abilities to summon Gorilla Grodd to Keystone, the Rogue which Edwar sensed would make the speedster most anxious. Grodd, however, was not pleased with his sudden teleportation and a massive battle ensued. In the chaos, Edwar was released from his machinery and his powers went completely out of control, causing citizens to act out nearly every situation being mentioned in the media.
Equipment of Spin
Spin has a vast array of equipment set up in the basement of the KN News building, where he keeps Edwar Martinez. By forcing Edwar to watch news coverage, he is able to direct and control Edwar's ability to sense specific anxieties in the public consciousness and turn them into reality.
Spin wears a costume with a television screen for a face. Usually static appears on the screen, but when channeling Edwar's powers, the face of his victim or a phrase describing his actions may appear. He can summon this costume by uttering the words "Load theme".
Spin in other media
In The Flash season 5, a female character inspired by Spin named Spencer Young (portrayed by Kiana Madeira) appeared as a young millennial with a blog app called the "Spyn Zone" that was dedicated to metahumans. She used to work with Iris West as a reporter before quitting her job and developing a rivalry with her competing blog. During the Thinker's Enlightenment, Young's cellphone was hit with debris from the villain's exploding satellite, turning it into a meta-tech phone capable of controlling people's minds. After XS appeared in Central City, Young used the superhero to manufacture disasters and report on them seconds before they happened to increase her blog's popularity. However, her plan is eventually thwarted by the Flash and she is remanded to Iron Heights. In a later episode, XS gave Young's cellphone to Brie Larvan as a control device for her robotic bees so she could help her combat metahuman serial killer Cicada; however, Larvan turned on her in an attempt to take revenge on the Flash.
|First appearance||Firestorm the Nuclear Man #67 (January 1988)|
|Created by||John Ostrander and Joe Brozowski|
|Abilities||Superhuman strength, durability and longevity|
|Aliases||Ivan Illyich Gort|
Within the context of the stories, Ivan Illyich Gort is a Russian born in the 1900s who underwent government experiments during World War II. He loyally serves the Soviet Union under the codename "Stalnoivolk" as a symbol of Russia's resistance to Nazi Germany. After the death of Joseph Stalin, he is exiled to Siberia for his participation in the purging of the Ukraine.
He is reactivated just before the Soviet Union dissolves by Major Zastrow, leader of the Red Shadows. Initially he is tasked with eliminating Firestorm, which becomes a mission that he cannot complete. He also encounters the Suicide Squad more than once.
Starling (Evelyn Crawford)
In September 2011, The New 52 rebooted DC's continuity. In this new timeline, the Starling is introduced as part of the relaunch of Birds of Prey as a highly skilled hand-to-hand combatant and markswoman who has been friends with the Black Canary since they worked undercover together at the Penguin's Iceberg Lounge. She is later chosen by the Black Canary to help reform the Birds of Prey, but later betrays the group.
The Starling in other media
- The character appears in the TV series Arrow as Evelyn Crawford Sharp, played by Madison McLaughlin. Introduced in season four, she emerged as an impostor Black Canary following Laurel Lance's death. She was a star gymnast before her family became H.I.V.E. test subjects, leaving Evelyn as the only survivor. Aware of Black Canary's death, she briefly took up the identity in her crusade against her parents' killer before giving it up to save her hero's reputation after Oliver Queen advised her to. In season five, Oliver recruited Evelyn to train with and join his team of vigilantes; taking the codename "Artemis". Later however, she betrayed the team to Prometheus to become his double agent upon learning Oliver's violent past. She later released Laurel's villainous Earth-2 counterpart before joining her and Talia al Ghul in kidnapping Oliver's friends and family to hold them hostage on the island, Lian Yu. Oliver assembled a group of his former enemies to help him stop Prometheus' allies. After throwing her into a cage, Oliver promised to come back for her. However, Prometheus detonated explosives on the island, and no mention of Evelyn's survival or death has been mentioned in subsequent seasons; leaving her final fate unknown.
Sy Borgman is a retired U.S. agent formerly called Syborg who was rendered scooter-bound and got cybernetic enhancements after stopping a terrorist plot. When Harley Quinn heads to her nursing home appointment, Sy Borgman recognizes her causing Harley to close the door behind her. He explains his history to her and states how he must use a scooter due to the weight of the cybernetics affecting his aged body. Sy wants to help Harley by targeting the gang that was responsible for his current cybernetic state. While going over the files, Harley and Sy start with Igor Lenivetskin, who is in a coma. They were able to sever the tubes going into him and set his body to explode. The second target is Ivana Brekemoff. Sy states Ivana will be more difficult than Igor. Upon entering the mansion by force, Harley and Sy confront Ivana who starts using an RPG on them, which blows up the mansion. Emerging unscathed, Harley and Sy flee from the police helicopter while throwing Ivana to her death. Their third target is Alexei "the Bear" Medvedenko, who currently works as a security guard at the Prospect Park Zoo. When they arrive, they find that Alexei had been torn apart by the zoo animals he released upon hearing that they were coming for him. The other people that Alexei called were also on the files and consist of Kosta Armanoleg, Borya Tatierski, Yuri Beyznatofin, and Zena Bendemova. Harley and Sy send explosive bagels their way, where Kosta, Yuri, and three of Kosta's henchwomen were caught in the explosions. Harley brings a metal pipe down on Borya's head, leaving Zena as the remaining target. While it was mentioned that Zena was an ex-lover of Sy, she is caught by surprise when Sy sends her scooter into Zena enough to send her flying into the horns of a rhinoceros. Then it comes to the final target that Sy foreshadowed, where he and Harley head to Coney Island and break into the bedroom of a man named Chuck. After a monologue by Sy about the car that Chuck sold him, Harley kicks Chuck out the window where he falls into the streets below. While Sy wanted to finish off Chuck, he relents.
When Harley Quinn is invited to the Skate Club by Summer Daze, she bring Sy Borgman along to accompany her. Harley Quinn learns that this roller derby has no rules, as Sy Borgman places a bet on Harley. When Sy gives Harley an explosive toothpaste to use on her opponent Maria Monsterella, it kills her causing the match to be disqualified. Sy still managed to win his bets and allows Harley to pay for the meal that follows. Harley later packs Sy's wheelchair into his car and sees him off.
Sy Borgman in other media
Sy Borgman makes his animated debut in the 2019 DC Universe series Harley Quinn voiced by Jason Alexander. In this series, he is depicted as a cyborg landlord who used to work for the CIA as a fixer. He first appears in the episode "Finding Mr. Right", reminding his tenant Poison Ivy of the rules before evicting her and her friends for breaking them. In "Being Harley Quinn", Borgman finds Ivy and her friends' comatose bodies, assumes they are dead, and nearly kills them. Impressed by his skill, however, Harley Quinn offers him a place in her crew. In "L.O.D.R.S.V.P.", it is revealed that Borgman has a scientist sister named Mirielle. In the 1980s, he asked her to fuse a monkey and an octopus together into a "monkeypus" to assist him in the field. During the procedure however, the monkey escaped and fused Mirielle with the octopus, turning her into a mutant monster. Feeling guilty, Borgman hid her away in an abandoned mall. In the present, Borgman had Doctor Psycho use his psychic powers to help him communicate and reconcile with Mirielle before releasing her onto the streets of Gotham, where she went on a rampage. In "Dye Hard", Psycho, having left the crew after being enraged by Harley in a previous episode, takes control of an army of Parademons and traps her in a force-field in an attempt to take over Gotham and exact revenge on her. Borgman gives his right eye to Harley as a memento before sacrificing himself to destroy the force-field so she can escape. In "Lover's Quarrel", it is revealed that Borgman put a digital backup of his mind in the eye, allowing him to help Kite Man create anti-mind control devices to combat Psycho.
Clarissa Stein in other media
Clarissa Stein is portrayed by Isabella Hofmann (in The Flash) and both by Chanelle Stevenson and by Emily Tennant (in Legends of Tomorrow). Like the original comics, this version is Martin Stein's wife. She currently lives in Central City and was briefly reunited with her husband after he had disappeared for some time because he became part of Firestorm. She is also Lily Stein's mother.
|First appearance||The Fury of Firestorm #15 (August 1983)|
|Created by||Gerry Conway and Pat Broderick|
|Aliases||Henry Hewitt, Victor Hewitt|
Within the context of the stories, Tokamak is the identity taken by Henry Hewitt, the Chief Executive Officer of the Hewitt Corporation and high level director in the 2000 Committee, after subjecting himself to a recreation of the accident that created Firestorm. Much later, in order to cure a terminal disease, he creates a clone of himself which he merges with. He creates the identity of Victor Hewitt in order to inherit his own company and sets out to create nuclear meltdowns across the globe to empower himself. He is stopped by Firestorm, Firehawk and Pozhar. He is killed when Firestorm separates him from his clone.
Tokamak has the ability to trap objects in energy rings and either compress them or break down their structural integrity.
Tokamak in other media
Henry Hewitt appears in The Flash, portrayed by Demore Barnes. In the episode "The Fury of Firestorm", the Earth-1 version is a scientist affected by the particle accelerator and is selected as a possible candidate to fuse with Martin Stein as Firestorm's new half after Ronnie Raymond's death (in the destruction of the Singularity), based on him having been affected by the dark matter explosion in a similar manner and possessing the same blood type as Ronnie and Stein. Caitlin Snow invites him to fuse with Dr. Stein, considering him the 'better' candidate due to his scientific background, even though Jax Jackson seems like a closer genetic match. Henry is upset when the fusion fails; however, the fusion does awaken an uncontrollable nuclear power within him which comes out when he is angry (which has caused him to have a criminal history). He fights the Flash and the new Firestorm and he loses. The episodes "Welcome to Earth-2" and "Escape from Earth-2" shows a parallel Earth-2 counterpart, a kind scientist in Harry Wells's S.T.A.R. Labs who has a run-in with Zoom.
|First appearance||52 #9 (August 2006)|
|Created by|| Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, |
Greg Rucka, Mark Waid
Originally from Manchester, Alabama, Eliza Harmon was chosen by Lex Luthor to participate in the Everyman Project after she came to him, begging to be granted superspeed. Her wish was granted and she became a member of Luthor's new superhero team. However, she was not able to slow down to normal speed without taking the drug known as the Sharp. She blamed this predicament on Luthor and left the team.
Weeks later, she had stopped using the Sharp and her friend and former teammate, Natasha Irons, convinced Luthor to let her back on the team. She hoped to one day move on to become a member of the Teen Titans and become the new Kid Flash. However, her dream was cut short, as Luthor stripped her of her powers at a crucial moment in a battle with the Blockbuster III and she was killed.
Trajectory in other media
- The character appears in The Flash, portrayed by Allison Paige. Here, Eliza Harmon is a scientist at Mercury Labs who once helped Caitlin Snow with the Velocity 9 formula, which was used to try and restore Jay Garrick's lost speed. Even though Caitlin never gave her the entire formula, Eliza managed to reverse-engineer the drug. She becomes hooked on Velocity 9, blaming her addiction on work pressure and manifesting another "evil" personality to justify her actions to herself. Trajectory becomes a criminal speedster and causes havoc in Central City. After the Flash defeats her, she takes another dosage while already on one and disintegrates while running at high speeds, her body pushed beyond its limits. Her costume is subsequently recovered, modified and given to Jesse Quick.
- A teenage version of Trajectory also appears on the Young Justice: Outsiders episode "Antisocial Pathologies", voiced by Zehra Fazal. She appears as a member of Infinity Inc. alongside