Doctor Cyber

Once a human woman, Dr. Adrianna Anderson merged her mind into a robot construct known as the Cyberwalker, killing her organic body and creating Doctor Cyber.

Veronica Cale

Brilliant bio-engineer, ruthless businesswoman, and devoted mother, the industrious Veronica Cale worked hard to get everything she has. There’s nothing she detests more than a powerful woman who had everything handed to her, like the princess-turned-superhero known as Wonder Woman.

Giganta

One of Wonder Woman's deadliest enemies, Giganta's size and shape-shifting abilities are rivaled only by her scientific genius.

Antiope

They may not always see eye-to-eye, but Antiope is the right hand of Queen Hippolyta and one of Themyscira's most respected warriors.

Doctor Psycho

They say big things come in small packages. So does trouble. Take the case of the diminutive psionic super-villain Doctor Psycho.

Wonder Woman’s longtime enemy Edgar Cizko began his criminal career as a man wrongfully imprisoned due to a frame-up by a romantic rival named Ben Bradley. The experience awakened in Cizko latent powers of illusion and hypnosis. He used his abilities to bend people (particularly women, whom he resented) to his will, and often fought the Amazon Princess.

Purrfect History: Twelve Moments that Defined Catwoman

It’s been eighty years since Catwoman first prowled onto the scene, and she’s still going strong.

Monitor

A being as old as the Multiverse itself, the Monitor watches the events of each Earth as they unfold from afar, outside the human concept of space and time.

Relationship Roundup: Big Barda and Scott Free

We're back with another Relationship Roundup after a brief hiatus. We’re returning a little bit too late for Valentine's Day, but that's all right, we don't need a holiday to talk about love and superheroes.

Deathstroke Endures: The Many Shades of Slade Wilson

There are a lot of villains in the DC Universe and all of them are pretty unique.

Aqualad

Jackson Hyde may have been taught by Aquaman himself, but the looming threat of his father, Black Manta, is never far from his mind.

A natural born leader and level-headed team player, Kaldur'ahm is an Atlantean/human hybrid who possesses the power to control and form water into solid constructs. Much like his mentor Aquaman, Kaldur was raised not knowing who his real parents were—something that, it turns out, may have been for the better, considering his biological father is Black Manta, Arthur’s sworn enemy.

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