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The heroes and villains of the randomverse:

Heroes[edit | hide | hide all]

Superman[edit | hide]

Spider-Man[edit | hide]

"What is it with all the free milkshakes lately?"

Batman[edit | hide]

Iron Man[edit | hide]

Iron Man: She's a great bartender, Spidey. I made her myself.
Spidey: Are you saying you've slept with her?
Iron Man: No, I'm saying she's an android.
Spidey: Oh. (Beat) But you have slept with her?
Iron Man: (Casually) Oh, yeah.

The Incredible Hulk[edit | hide]

Deadpool[edit | hide]

Goblin: Look, we're just a couple of sociopaths - (Deadpool clears throat) - fine, a sociopath and a psychopath.

  • Immortality
  • Large Ham
  • The Lancer: To the Green Goblin in "Zero Hour", and to Rorschach in "Rorschach and Deadpool".
  • Medium Awareness: As usual...
    • No Fourth Wall: ... Although, it's gradually progressing into this. Everyone already knows they're fictional characters with movies being made about them, but he's the only one aware that he's an action figure in a web series, and comments on the editing, his yellow subtitles and the wait between episodes.
  • Power Trio: With Lex Luthor and the Green Goblin, apparently.
  • Professional Killer / Psycho for Hire

DP: What? I kill people. It's a perfectly legitimate business.
Goblin: Killing's not legitimate!
DP: (defensively) It's a business.

Rorschach[edit | hide]

Captain America (comics)[edit | hide]

Stan Lee[edit | hide]

Villains[edit | hide]

Lex Luthor[edit | hide]

Lance M. Donovan[edit | hide]

An Original Character introduced in After Hours. He's revealed as Lex Luthor's spy early on. Is a douche. As it turns out, he's a demi-android created through S.H.I.E.L.D. and Cadmus technology; designed to be so realistic that nobody could suspect him of being mechanical. Most of the plots revolve around him in some way. Dude.

  • ApocalypseDude:In Happy Hour, and Zero Hour.
  • Flat Character: His personality consists almost entirely of saying "Dude" and "Dude. Sucks" to passers-by. Invoked by Lex Luthor, as Lance was designed to be the last person anyone would ever want to talk to or suspect of anything intelligent.
  • MacGuffinDude: In every season.
  • Meaningful Name: As the Nick Furys eventually realise, Lance M. Donovan is a Life Model Decoy, a type of android from the Marvel Universe but enhanced with Project Cadmus technology from the DC Universe.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity
  • Verbal Tic: "Dude" and "Dude. Sucks."

Lars M. Dusseldorf[edit | hide]

Dubbed "Lance 2.0", Lars serves as a replacement for Lance after he is teleported to Apokolips.

Luthor: Why did I make you this douchey, again?
Lars: That's funny, your mother asked me the same thing last night.

The Joker[edit | hide]

The Green Goblin[edit | hide]

  • Abusive Parent: His relationship with the (as-yet-unseen) Harry consists of them shouting insults at each other from different rooms. The sad thing is that this is a step up from some continuities. Here, it's Played for Laughs.

Fine, its your room! In fact we'll make it your own country! We'll call it Harrystan! Main import: Daddy's money! Main export: DISAPPOINTMENT!

    • Later:

Harry: Thats it, I'm going to Peters!

Norman: Oh, you mean the son I wish I had? TELL HIM TO COME OVER!

Harley Quinn[edit | hide]

Dr. Doom[edit | hide]

  • Evil Genius: Of course.
  • Enemy Mine: He gives Batman the handlink that ultimately leads to Luthor's defeat.
  • Out-Gambitted: By Luthor and the Joker during After Hours, and then again by Luthor in Zero Hour.
  • Worthy Opponent: Possibly Luthor. He does admit that he'll never defeat Lex unless he matches his technology.

Darkseid[edit | hide]

  • A God Am I: Deconstructed, given that it's all in his head (since in reality he's just a comic book villain). He's still an extremely powerful being in-universe, however.
  • Big Bad: Very possibly of Zero Hour.
  • Eviler Than Thou: He vaporised The Joker.
  • Eye Beams: The Omega Beams.
  • Tomato in the Mirror: He doesn't realise that he's a fictional character. When the Joker gleefully tells him otherwise, he doesn't take it very well.
  • The Stinger: His appearance At the very end of Happy Hour.