Kid Flash

The latest in a long line of speedsters, Wallace West does not take the mantle of Kid Flash lightly, even when it makes him question everything about himself.

Between all the time travel, universe-hopping and resurrections, the Flash Family is anything but simple. Just ask Wallace West, the latest addition to the weird and wonderful fray. Sharing a name with the original Kid Flash, Wally West, might actually be the least complicated thing about his life.

Black Mask

The sadistic Roman Sionis only cares about two things: hurting people, and total control of Gotham City’s criminal underworld. If he can use one to accomplish the other, then all the better.

Donna Troy

Whether she's referred to as Wonder Girl, Troia or Darkstar, the Titan known as Donna Troy has honored her adoptive Amazon warrior heritage time and time again.

Justice Society of America

The world's first team of DC Super Heroes, the JSA has fought injustice since it was formed in the days of World War II.

In 1938, the Golden Age of DC Super Heroes began. Various people of incredible ability, talent and will donned strange costumes and uniforms to fight criminals, spies and bizarre menaces. In 1940, circumstances led eight of these Golden Age heroes to combine forces against Hitler and the Axis Powers. After this first team-up, they decided to regularly meet and support each other as the Justice Society of America, history’s first team of superheroes.

King Shark

This lowborn son of an ancient shark god was the terror of the Hawaiian seas, before hard time with the Suicide Squad turned him towards a life of maritime crime.

Jimmy Olsen

Daily Planet photographer Jimmy Olsen is Superman's best pal, and his courage and bravery in the face of danger make him a hero in his own right.

Everyone needs a best friend, even a Superman. Perhaps the greatest bromance in the DC Universe is the one between photographer and former cub reporter Jimmy Olsen and the Man of Steel, and it goes way back to the earliest days of the Golden Age of comics. As much as Lois Lane is the love of Clark Kent’s life, and Daily Planet editor Perry White is a surrogate father figure, Jimmy Olsen is the kid brother Superman never had.

John Stewart

The third human to ever wield a Green Lantern ring, John Stewart's leadership and tactical brilliance is legendary throughout every sector of the galaxy.

Earth has produced many fine members of the Green Lantern Corps, but among its finest stands U.S. Marine Corps veteran John Stewart. Although he was originally chosen by the Guardians of the Universe as the “alternate” Lantern, called in to wear the power ring whenever Hal Jordan was incapacitated, Stewart has grown to become a leader of the Green Lantern Corps.

Renee Montoya

Whether as a hard-hitting cop of the GCPD or the mysterious, faceless vigilante known as the Question, Renee Montoya is devoted to cleaning up the streets of Gotham…within the law and, if necessary, outside of it.

Wonder Girl

The latest young woman to bear the name Wonder Girl, Cassie Sandsmark has seen more than her share of heartache on the road to heroism.

Embodying the fury of unbridled youth, the power of a Greek god, and the instincts of an Amazonian warrior, Cassie Sandsmark is Wonder Girl, the sidekick and partner to Wonder Woman and a founding member of Young Justice.

Huntress

A crossbow-wielding urban warrior and a core member of the Birds of Prey, the Huntress takes aim against crime in the dark heart of the city.

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