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Swarm

(Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends cartoon version)

The Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends version so this person made of bees is a space alien conqueror.

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Miss Martian

(Young Justice cartoon version)

The animated/cartoon version of fan favourite Miss Martian, a young relative of the Martian Manhunter. Shape-shifting psionic alien.

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Cheshire

(Young Justice cartoon version)

The cool version of Cheshire seen in the Young Justice animated series of the early 2010s. Gifted ninja/assassin type.

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Grinch

(1966 movie version, as voiced by Boris Karloff)

Dr. Seuss' Grinch, as he appears in the 1966 animated adaptation (the Boris Karloff one). Max, too.

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Amazo

(Young Justice cartoon version)

The version of the mighty android with "all the powers of the Justice League" that appeared in the Young Justice animated TV show.

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Superman

(Kaleb) (AZ Universe version)

The Universe AZ, homebrewed version of this somewhat obscure version of Superman. In space ! Of the future !

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Genomorphs


A variety of genetically engineered creatures, some psionically active, in early episodes of the Young Justice animated show.

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Sportsmaster

(Young Justice cartoon version)

This is the more modern, cooler-looking version that appeared in the Young Justice animated TV series.

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Question

(Urban shaman version)

This is the 2005 Elseworld version of The Question, as written by Rick Veitch. This take walks in two worlds as an urban shaman and is even more driven than Ditko's version was.

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Robin

(Young Justice cartoon)

The version of Robin (Dick Grayson) in the Young Justice animated TV series, on Earth-16.

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Blockbuster

(Young Justice cartoon version)

The (different) version of Blockbuster that appears in early episodes of the Young Justice animated series.

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Red Arrow

(Roy Harper)

This is the cartoon (specifically Young Justice) version of Roy, during the first season.

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Kid Flash

(Young Justice cartoon version)

The Young Justice animated TV series version of Kid Flash (Wally West). Smart but still a beginner.

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Artemis

(Young Justice cartoon version)

The version of the archer Artemis Crock who featured in the Young Justice animated series. This profile covers the early seasons.

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Guy Gardner

(Universe AZ version)

The Universe AZ, homemade version of Guy Gardner -- NOT the DC Universe one.

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Valor

(Toral of R'hinn)

Original character in the Universe AZ campaign world. Kryptonian-class.

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Nighthawk

(Kyle Richmond) (Supreme Power version)

This is the Supreme Power version of Marvel Comics' Squadron Supreme's Nighthawk. The one chronicle by Straczynski in his 2003 remake. Militant Black Batman, essentially.

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Alpha One


One of the various "flawed Superman" figures that have been all the rage this century in comic books. From the 2009 Tomasi/Champagne comic book The Mighty.

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Young Justice

(Cartoon version)

The version of the team seen in the acclaimed Young Justice animated TV series of the early 2010s.

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Aqualad

(Kaldur'ahm)

The version of Aqualad in the well-regarded Young Justice animated TV series. Young Atlantean warrior-leader with powers over water and electricity.

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Susanna Dean

(Imaginary alternate version)

An alternate, imaginary version of Susanna Dean from Stephen King's The Dark Tower literary cycle.

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Animal Man 2995

(Imaginary Elseworld version)

An original variant of DC Comics' obscure Animal Lad, a Legion of Super-Heroes missed connection. Projective metamorph... in the space future !

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Lynx

(Sarge Steel enemy)

A Catwoman-like / Catwoman-lite characters seen in 1960s Sarge Steel comics from Charlton. Vintage cunning thief.

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