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Red Hood Rebirth

In Red Hood and the Outlaws vol. 2, as part of the DC Rebirth initiative, Red Hood (real name Jason Todd) is a former protege of Batman on a quest for redemption for his past crimes. Compared to the original Red Hood, Red Hood’s Rebirth costume features a full helmet, brown leather jacket, and a distinct lack of a red hood.

Goldface from The Flash

In CW’s The Flash, Goldface (Damion Poitier) is a more grounded version of the comic book counterpart. While he can still turn any part of his body into organic gold, making him nearly invulnerable, he’s no longer equipped with a golden spacesuit. Instead, he dresses in all black and sporting a massive gold chain necklace that he uses as a weapon on occasion.

Mera from Aquaman

Mera from Aquaman

In Aquaman, Mera (Amber Heard) is a warrior and daughter of King Nereus and Queen Atlanna. She possesses hydrokinetic and telepathic powers that allow her to control her environment and communicate with Atlanteans.

Two-Face

Two-Face is the DC Comics supervillain and enemy of Batman. Formally a district attorney named Harvey Dent, after half of his face is horribly scarred. He goes insane and adopts the Two-Face persona, who decides fate with the flip of a coin. He has been played twice in live action movies. Once in Batman Forever by Tommy Lee Jones, and once in The Dark Knight by Aaron Eckhart.

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Captain Cold

Leonard Snart AKA Captain Cold is a major villain of the DC Universe and an archnemesis to The Flash. He is the leader of the Rogues, a group of villains banded together to defeat Flash. He appears in the Flash and Legends of Tomorrow CW series played by Wentworth Miller.

black canary from arrow

Black Canary from Arrow

Laurel Lance, AKA Black Canary, is a super-heroine from the DC Universe. She appears in the CW show Arrow played by Katie Cassidy. The former assistant DA of Starling City, Lance turned to crimefighting when her sister Sara Lance, also known as Canary, was murdered. The Black Canary also appears in the television shows The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow.

Static Shock

Static is a DC Comics superhero and protagonist of the 2000 Warner Bros cartoon Static Shock. Static, voiced by Phil Lamarr, is a high school student who gains the power to manipulate electromagnetism. He even works with Batman and Robin in season two.

The Question

The Question

The Question is Vic Sage, vigilante protector of Hub City. He is a great martial artist and detective, an investigative reporter in his civilian identity. The mask he wears to disguise his face is made of an experimental material called pseudoderm.

Reverse Flash/Professor Zoom

Professor Zoom AKA Reverse-Flash is the archenemy of The Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. The Reverse-Flash was obsessed with The Flash from the 21st-century so, he recreated Barry Allen’s accident to get his same powers. He can travel through time, causing calamity and long-term trauma for Barry Allen.

Killer Frost (Earth Two)

In the parallel timeline dubbed Earth Two from the television show The Flash, Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker), real name Caitlin, was a metahuman villain allied with her husband Deathstorm (Robbie Amell), Reverb (Carlos Valdes), and the evil speedster Zoom (Teddy Sears). Her ability to shoot frozen air out of her palms complemented her lover’s fiery fury. Similar to Earth One’s Killer Frost, she has an affinity for black leather.