Guy Gardner

Hot-headed, unruly, and prone to breaking the rules, Guy Gardner isn't always the most likable hero but he's proven time and again to be a worthy Green Lantern.

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.

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.

Tim Drake

Tim Drake possesses detective skills comparable to those of his mentor Batman, though his heart may be his greatest weapon.

Growing up in Gotham City can be…complicated. Especially when you're a kid who’s obsessed with Batman and Robin. For Tim Drake, learning everything about his favorite superheroes eventually led him down the path of becoming one himself, after he deduced the identities of Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson.

Red Hood

Former Robin Jason Todd parted ways with the Batman over their vastly different approaches to crimefighting, eventually founding his own team, the Outlaws.

Death can be a strange thing for superheroes, especially when it doesn’t quite stick. Just ask Jason Todd. As Batman’s second Robin, Jason died at the hands of the Joker when he was just a child. But he returned to life with the help of a Lazarus Pit and the literal warping of time and reality.

Lois Lane

Lois Lane's career spans more than eight decades—as the world's most celebrated journalist, the mother of Superboy and the wife of Superman.

Firestorm

The result of a physics experiment fusing two different people into one super-powered "Nuclear Man," Firestorm is a living testament to the power of cooperation.

Green Lantern Corps

“In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape my sight. Let those who worship evil’s might beware my power…Green Lantern’s light!”

Those are the words of the ancient oath that every member of the Green Lantern Corps, the most elite institution the universe has ever known, must speak aloud before doing their sacred duty and charging up their emerald power rings—the most powerful weapons in the universe. The members of this intergalactic police force come from every known sentient species in the cosmos, each a fearless warrior with indomitable willpower.

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