Teen Titans (animation)/Characters

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This is the character sheet for the Teen Titans as they appear in the animated series of the same name. See here for the characters from the Titans comic books.

Core Team


"As much as I hate to admit it, he and I are kind of alike. But there's one big difference between me and Slade: he doesn't have any friends."

Voiced by: Scott Menville

Robin is the leader of the team. Trained by Batman, he manages to keep on an even keel with a team of metahumans through his intelligence, tactical skills, martial arts prowess and, when it all boils down to basics, enough pure crazy to frighten the four of them if he really cuts loose. Robin left his position as Batman's sidekick and moved all the way to Jump City to start working solo, only to end up taking charge of the Teen Titans on his first night there and deciding, afterwards, that heading a team might not be so bad after all.

Robin is, at heart, a fairly normal teenager, enjoying hanging out and chilling as much as his comrades do. However, he's Batman's ex-sidekick, and this means he shares his mentor's fixation on discipline and hard work, which can put him at odds with his more relaxed teammates. He's also got issues of his own, namely a tendency to fixate on problems to such an extent that he stops paying attention to anything but "the mission", which has damaged his friendships on more than one occasion. Despite this, he is loyal to his team and takes threats against them seriously indeed.

The creators are ambivalent about which Robin precisely he's supposed to be, with Word of God being that he's more supposed to represent "Robin in general" than a specific member of the Batclan. That said, the show has enough Mythology Gags that many assume him to be Dick Grayson, the First Robin. This was eventually confirmed in an issue of the Teen Titans Go! comic, where Batman narrates Robin's past.

Powers and Abilities: Badass Normal with a variety of weapons and devices.


Starfire: "I would like to initiate a group hug!"
Raven: "Pass."

Voiced by: Hynden Walch

Technically the reason the Teen Titans exist in this show, Starfire is the second of the three children of the Royal Family of Tamaran. When her planet was attacked and devastated by the Gordanians, Starfire's elder sister Blackfire made a peace settlement with the invaders by giving them her younger sibling as a slave. Unfortunately for her captors, Starfire, while apparently rather naive and gentle by Tamaranian standards, was too much for them to handle, breaking loose and flying to Earth. There, she had an... interesting... meeting with the other future Teen Titans, who came to her defense against the Gordanians. Like all her species, Starfire can fly, is super strong, is extremely durable, and can hurl energy blasts called "starbolts."

Starfire is a strange mixture of personality traits; most of the time, she acts quite gentle and demure, possibly due to expectations of Earth culture and desire to better assimilate in her adopted home, but when the need arises she can be as much the fearsome warrior as any of her comrades. Starfire is deeply fascinated by Earth and enjoys learning new things... perhaps partially because it gives her an excuse to get closer to her leader.

Powers And Abilities: Flight, superstrength, projecting "starbolts" from hands and/or eyes, able to survive in the vacuum of space, learning languages by kissing

Beast Boy

Starfire: "Uh, I wish to remind you that you did not actually go to the movies, but merely observed a television program about a person that went to the movies."
Beast Boy: "Oh yeah... that was cool."

Voiced by: Greg Cipes

The son of two scientists studying wildlife in Africa, Beast Boy was infected as a child with a mysterious disease, the experimental cure for which gave him the ability to turn into any animal, but permanently dyed him green. His parents drowned in a boating accident—Beast Boy being too inexperienced to save anyone but himself—and he was subsequently adopted by the Doom Patrol. It wasn't a stable family, and Beast Boy subsequently ran away after he hit puberty.

Beast Boy is the unofficial comedian of the team, though most of his teammates consider his typical array of jokes and pranks to be pretty groan-worthy, and it is implied that, like his comics counterpart, he is one of your "jokes to hide the pain inside" types. Whether he is or isn't, he is the youngest, in terms of behavior, of the team, obsessed with video games and goofing off, which means he's often chewed out by Robin. A devout vegetarian: as he has been just about every animal under the sun, he finds eating any kind of meat to be too similar to cannibalism for his liking. (Though it might be more accurate to a call him a vegan- he eats tofu eggs rather than regular ones in "Nevermore"- but the show always refers to him as a vegetarian.)

Powers And Abilities: can change into any animal, living, extinct, or alien, so long as he knows what it looks like, plus extra-powerful Beast form from "Beast Within" onwards (his use of animal forms is less a limitation and more a personal style).

  • Adorkable: Watch him interact with non-Titans. In fact, even with the Titans he's endearingly awkward.
  • Animorphism
  • Badass Adorable
  • Beast Man: He even tries to name himself this.
  • Berserk Button: Don't talk to him about Terra's betrayal.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Especially if you're a member of the Brotherhood. In fact, as goofy and playful as he is, he still manages to be effective.
    • He was able to take on Slade single-handedly when sufficiently enraged. Never cross a guy who can turn into the most dangerous animals ever to walk the earth at will.
      • Forget Slade, he made Trigon cry in pain with a wet-willy-inspired attack! OK, he had actually changed into a blue whale in his brain, but he still got the idea from the wet-willy, and called it his 'patented wet-willy manouver'.
  • The Big Guy: Subversion. He's the shortest and skinniest member on the team, but he often relies on brute force.
  • Brainwashed: Whilst the other four core members have also fallen victim to this special mention goes to Beast Boy who tends to fall victim to it more often and far more easily, which in itself became a Running Gag in the first Mad Mod episode.
  • The Chew Toy
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He gets to show how badass he can really be in Season Five. Despite being the Plucky Comic Relief, he's quite possibly the most powerful and least inhibited of all the Titans. He managed to foil the Brotherhood's plot to capture him, and then successfully organized a counterattack against them with only a handful of people, before the rest of the Titans came through in a Big Damn Heroes moment.
    • Its worth pointing out that he and Robin are the only superhero veterans on the team.
  • Curtains Match the Window: he must have had green eyes before the mutating.
  • Cute Bruiser: A rare male example.
  • Cute Little Fang
  • Cute Shotaro Boy
  • Did Not Get the Girl: Not Terra, at least.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: Towards Terra. He’s also one of these to Raven, though it’s averted occasionally.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs
  • Embarrassing First Name: It's Garfield.
  • Foil: He’s a contrast to Robin and Raven’s serious personalities, as he is silly. It isn’t wrong to consider both himself and Raven to be funny though.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Sanguine (Shares this with Starfire).
  • Genre Savvy: He spends his free time playing games and watching tv shows like this one. It saved the day once against Control Freak.
    • Shown most in "Fear Itself." He knows full well splitting up when horror movie stuff has happened is the absolute WORST thing you can do, and the comic relief guy (him) is always the first to go. And he's right, though no one gets hurt.
  • Growing Up Sucks Until Season 5.
  • In-Series Nickname: B.B.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy
  • Keet: Kid's got a lot of energy.
  • Kid Appeal Character: He acts like the target demographic. Special mention goes to 'Beast Boy Wonder' scene.
  • Let's Get Dangerous: Since he can't speak while shifted (unlike in the comics), it comes across that when he's in his animal forms, the jokes are over and he means business. And by "business" we mean kicking your ass.
  • The Movie Buff
  • Must Make Her Laugh: Towards Raven. It’s shown that she legitimately cares about BB despite finding him annoying sometimes.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Though understandably emotional, he makes the grave error of giving Terra a Deadly Change-of-Heart after learning she betrayed them. He spends most of "Aftershock Part 1" agonizing over this decision, and trying to make things right. He fails...at least until next episode.
  • Not So Different: Both he and Raven have troubled pasts, though Beast Boy’s father did love him.
    • Additionally, Raven is named after an animal.
    • Both have a sense of humor, though Raven’s is slightly different.
    • Both Raven and himself considered hazing Cyborg to be fun.
    • And it’s not wrong to consider them both cute, if not together.
    • His relationship with Terra isn’t too different from the relationship Raven once had with Malchior.
  • Plucky Comic Relief
  • Pointy Ears: Chicks dig 'em. Or at least they do in Japan.
  • Sad Clown: Sometimes.
  • Sidekick Glass Ceiling
  • Shapeshifter Baggage: Initially. When he first started he couldn't change into anything bigger than himself.
  • Slap Slap Kiss: Sort of, with Raven. It's more like "Slap Slap Support" and "Slap Slap Commiserate."
  • Spanner in the Works: Pretty much single handedly foils the Brotherhood after they drove the Titans to the brink of destruction.
  • Super-Powered Evil Side: Gains one in "The Beast Within," to an extent- the Beast is certainly his most powerful form, but isn't "evil" so much as amoral and uncontrollable- more like The Hulk than Raven's inner demon.
  • Trickster Archetype: What is it with shapeshifters, jokes, and pranks?
  • Unknown Rival: To the Brain in Season 5 -- he treats the Brain with almost as much seriousness as Robin does with Slade, but the Brain barely seems to know who he is.
  • "Well Done, Son" Guy


"Don't make me send you to another dimension."

"I respect that you don't eat meat. Please respect that I don't eat fake meat."

Voiced by: Tara Strong

The half-human daughter of Arella Roth, a human woman who managed to find her way to the other dimension of Azarath/a native of Azarath (the show isn't clear) and Trigon the Terrible, a dread and powerful demon lord who intended to use Raven to open a portal that would allow him to enslave Earth. As a result of her race, Raven has powerful telepathic and psychokinetic abilities that are destabilized by her emotional level—in other words, if she fails to keep her emotions tightly in check, her psychic power runs rampant, breaking and destroying her surroundings until she calms down. Presumably due to her birthplace, she is also versed in a wide variety of occult lore and a skilled practitioner of magic. She also has the power to astral project, dispatching her soul from her body to teleport herself or others, and to heal, though it's left unclear if these are Psychic Powers innate to her or mystical powers she has learned from her studies.

Because of her background and powers, Raven is a solitary, quiet individual who prefers to avoid interacting with others much, but displays a biting, acerbic wit and a love for sarcasm when she does.

Powers And Abilities: Flight, telekinesis, teleporting, Healing Hands, empathy (though much less prominently than her comic counterpart), general magic

Raven: Maybe you haven't noticed, but my emotions are dangerous. I can't afford to feel anything.


"When there's trouble you know what to doooo. Call Cyborg! He can shoot a rocket from his shoooe. 'Cause he's Cyborg!"

Voiced by: Khary Payton

As a teenager, Cyborg was hideously mutilated in a car accident. Fortunately his parents were foremost experts in cybernetic enhancements, so they integrated their son with a variety of advanced robotic components in order to save his life. For quite some time afterward, he was despondent about his change, and even in the series he remains somewhat unhappy with the loss of his normal life. But he retains a strong zest for life and devotes himself to making the best of his situation, to the extent he usually appears much happier than Robin does. As a cybernetically augmented human, Cyborg has several built in weapons (mainly a sonic cannon), the general resilience you'd expect of someone who's only partly squishy flesh and covered in armor, and super strength, as well as a considerable IQ that he puts to use as a Gadgeteer Genius.

Powers And Abilities: Super strength, armor, various built-in weapons and devices, great skill with machines

Titans East


Voiced by: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh

A metahuman with insect-like wings capable of flight and the ability to shrink to a miniature size, Bumblebee also uses a pair of hand-held electric dart-guns as "stingers." Initially met Cyborg as part of Brother Blood's HIVE Academy, she joins him in taking it down, claiming that, despite appearances, she wasn't totally brainwashed by him and had, in fact, been planning on taking the crime-school down from the inside. She later becomes the leader of Titans East.

Powers And Abilities: Flight, shrinking/growth (though apparently no bigger than her normal human size), electricity-producing "stingers"


Voiced by: Wil Wheaton

A denizen of Atlantis, Aqualad's relation (if any) to Aquaman is never mentioned in the series. Able to breathe underwater, communicate telepathically with sea creatures, and a potent aquakinetic, Aqualad initially operates as a solo hero, but later becomes a member of Titans East.

Powers And Abilities: Water breathing, telepathy with sea animals, aquakinesis, superhumanly skilled swimmer


Voiced by: Mike Erwin

Similarly to Robin, Speedy is a former "costumed hero" sidekick who has since decided to make it on his own, only to become involved with a Teen Titans team.

Powers And Abilities: Badass Normal specialized as The Archer with normal and "trick" arrows

Más y Menos

Voiced by: Freddy Rodriguez

Young Guatemalan twins who speak only Spanish, these meta-humans have the ability of super-speed, but only while physically touching each other. They are recruited to be part of Titans East, but no other details about them are given.

Powers and Abilities: Superspeed, Twin Telepathy

Other Titans


"They actually trust me."

Voiced by: Ashley Johnson

Perhaps the most divisive character in the series, Terra was envisioned as a Lighter and Softer adaptation of the infamous "Judas Contract Arc" character, who was a stone-cold psycho hired by Slade from the beginning to infilitrate the Teen Titans and managed to creep him out (not that it stopped him from sleeping with her). The animated Terra, on the other hand, was envisoned as a more sympathetic, confused character -- Word of God describes her as no longer caring about good or evil, just wanting to no longer be hurt.

According to the Teen Titans Go! comics, Terra was born Tara Markov, a princess to a small country called Markovia, and whose royal scientists experimented on her and her brother to imbue them with geokinesis (the psychic ability to manipulate earthen materials) as part of a project to create metahuman defenders. Terra escaped and abandoned her country, but, perhaps as a result of this, her ability to control her powers was limited—Slade mentions, in her debut episode, a history of having attempted to settle down and do good, but causing disaster when her powers invariably went out of control. When she first met the Teen Titans, the possibility of her finally finding a home arose... but her paranoia meant that she would destroy this chance, and her friendship with them. However, the episode "Things Change" and issue 51 of the Teen Titans Go! comic also revealed that Terra's tragic "death", due to Power Incontinence, had not been permanent, and that she was happily living life as a normal Schoolgirl, with no desire to return to either villainy or heroics.

Powers And Abilities: Geokinesis. As Slade's apprentice, wore a special suit that created a telepathic link with him and enchanced her powers (but also allowed him to remotely control her).

Kid Flash

Voiced by: Michael Rosenbaum

A charming speedster who develops a thing for Jinx and manages to convince her to change sides.

Powers And Abilities: Superspeed

  • Actor Allusion: Voiced by Michael Rosenbaum, who voiced the adult Flash.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • The Dulcinea Effect: Of sorts, with Jinx. Once he crosses paths with her, Kid Flash continuously tries to convince Jinx to make a Heel Face Turn.
  • Fragile Speedster
  • Fun Personified
  • It Amused Me: He spends most of his introduction episode simply toying around with Hive Five, even though he was fully capable of turning them in.
  • Kidanova: Though he only flirts with Jinx.
    • The tie-in comic, however, plays this completely straight.
      • This lands him in some hot water with his girlfriend Jinx when he ends up flirting with different Titans girls.
  • Manic Pixie Dream Girl: A gender-flipped version.
  • Official Couple: With Jinx.
  • One-Man Army: Madame Rouge hypes Kid Flash up as being one of the harder team heroes to capture. Indeed, he spent the first half of his introduction episode screwing around with all of the Hive Five, a group of villains that even the Titans had trouble beating together.
  • One-Scene Wonder: He's pretty popular, despite having only appeared in 1.1 episodes.
  • Redheaded Hero
  • The Trope Kid

Independent Big Bads


Voiced by: Ron Perlman

A mysterious character whose motives are unknown, but vaguely seem to revolve around the conquest/destruction of Jump City, with more plans stemming from there. Slade is the first major antagonist of the series and appears in all five seasons in some form, and is a major villain in three, driven to recruit one of the Teen Titans as an "apprentice" in the first two seasons and an undead servant of Trigon the Terrible working for the promise of being restored to life in the fourth. A master tactician and a martial arts expert capable of defeating Robin easily, Slade is aided by hordes of robotic minions (even going to the extent of having "Slade-bots", or android stand-ins for himself to avoid being exposed to the risk of capture, ala Dr. Doom) and the services of three mutant metahumans; Overload, Cinderblock and Plasmus. Generally regarded as the villain of the show among fandom.

Powers And Abilities: Badass Normal, genius-level intellect (seasons one and two) invulnerability, flight, teleportation, pyrokinesis (as Trigon's minion)

  • Actually A Sladebot: Fond of using these as decoys, but the two most notable examples are shown in "Masks" and "Things Change".
  • Adaptation Distillation: Most notably, emphasizing the character as a planner and a Big Bad, making him more subtle and menacing than his counterpart.
    • Also notably with his name. In the comics, he was usually known simply as The Terminator untill a certain movie came out. Then, an old codename he'd had, Deathstroke, was dusted off and he became known as Deathstroke the Terminator, which sounds literally like overkill. In the comics, Slade is just the character's real first name. Even most comics fans agree that simply calling him Slade is a distinct improvement.
  • Arch Enemy: To the team as a whole, and Robin in particular.
  • Badass
  • Big Bad: Of Seasons One and Two.
  • Break Them by Talking: He's practically the king of this trope by the end of Season 1.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Played With. Though not so much as the likes of Blood, Slade does seem aware of his own evil, but just doesn't care rather than openly reveling in it. Of course, that Creepy Monotone can make it hard to figure out exactly what he feels.
  • Characterization Marches On: Early episodes emphasized his nature as a Card-Carrying Villain and Diabolical Mastermind. He really hit his stride in the second half of season one, when the emphasis switched to his Break Them by Talking and creepy, creepy obsessions with Robin/Terra/Raven.
  • The Chessmaster: There's always a plan with this guy. Always. Even after he dies, he's got a couple of aces left up his sleeve.
  • Comic Book Movies Don't Use Codenames: Or comic book animated series, in this case. Probably a combination of Never Say "Die" and the fact that "Deathstroke the Terminator" fits comic Slade (a mercenary killer) much better than his animated counterpart (a mastermind who generally avoids getting his hands dirty, though he's more than capable of doing so if neccessary).
  • The Corrupter: Seasons One and Two. Not so successfully with Robin, much more so with Terra.
  • Crazy Prepared: He's essentially played like an evil version of Batman (which makes him such a good foil for Robin), and naturally he has a significant fanbase because of it.
  • Creepy Monotone: And how.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Defector From Decadence: Because he had nothing to lose, more than anything.
  • Demoted to Dragon: To Trigon's Big Bad in Season Four. Not that it made him any less of a threat.
  • Enemy Mine
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: He suffers from this, particularly in season one and two. Probably the reason he comes off as a Smug Snake when he's up against the heroes, and a Magnificent Bastard the one time he's pitted against another villain.
  • Evil Sounds Deep
  • Genius Bruiser: A master planner and manipulator. He's also one of the strongest characters in the series.
  • Hidden Agenda Villain: By the end of the show, we still don't know what the Evil Plan was.
  • Ink Suit Actor: Mr. Perlman does look similar to Slade without the mask, if Slade's face looks like it does in the comics.
  • Karma Houdini
  • Knight of Cerebus: Things are never light or fluffy when Slade's around. Never.
  • Manipulative Bastard
  • Mind Rape: Especially to Raven when he comes Back from the Dead.
  • Mind Screw: Break Them by Talking, Mind Rape, manipulation, it's all there. And boy, do Robin and Terra bite the bait.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: Best seen in his interactions with Raven.
  • Noble Demon: During the later half of Season 4.
  • Pick on Someone Your Own Size: With Robin, Terra and Raven.
  • Post-Mortem Comeback: After his death in the second season finale, one of his masks was confiscated by Robin. Slade left a chemical substance in the dust that infiltrated Robins' central nervous system, forcing Robin to see, hear and feel Slade, even when he wasn't there. The more he fought the illusion, the more harmful it became, but it could only be seen in the dark. It led to one of the best episodes in the series' run.
    • Also occurs in that he literally comes back as a servant of Trigon.
  • Smug Snake: In the first two seasons, though he's still very threatening and tries to learn from his mistakes.
  • The Sociopath: Shown clearly in season four when Robin points out how he has no remorse for ruining others lives for the sake of his own benefit, Slade's response is "It's what I do best."
  • The Stoic: There's a grand total of one short diabolical chuckle that comes out of him in all of his appearances, and even then it sound unnatural.
    • To be honest, there are also a few instances where that eye of his widens or when he loses his cool.
  • Warrior Therapist: Slade is the master of the evil version.
  • You Have Failed Me...: Played straight with his treatment of Terra. Averted with his treatment of Jinx, Gizmo, and Mammoth.

Trigon the Terrible

"Trigon isn't a villain. He's the incarnation of evil- the source of all darkness..."

An extremely powerful demon lord, and Raven's father, who intends to use her as the key to a portal that will allow him to enter and devastate Earth.

Powers And Abilities: Reality Warper, prescience


Brother Blood

Voiced by: John Dimaggio

Head of the HIVE in season three, and Cyborg's Arch Enemy. A powerful psychic with a flair for Mind Control.

Powers And Abilities: Mind Control, telekinesis, teleportation, superstrength, photographic memory, energy blasts. As a cyborg, gains all of Cyborg's powers as well.


"I'm bad luck. Good was never really an option."

Voiced by: Lauren Tom, Tara Strong

Field leader of the HIVE. A minor Reality Warper who only creates bad luck. Ultimately switches sides.

Powers And Abilities: Hex blasts which can cause bad luck or general destruction, acrobatic and martial-arts skills


Voiced by: Lauren Tom, Tara Strong

The HIVE's resident genius, at least as smart as Cyborg but with a thoroughly unlikable personality.

Powers And Abilities: Gadgeteer Genius, plus a suit that contains his latest weapons and gadgets.


The HIVE's strongman. Generally portrayed as a dumb brute.

Powers And Abilities: Super strength

Billy Numerous

Voiced by: Jason Marsden

A metahuman criminal who can create copies of himself. Joins the HIVE Five in their second appearance.

Powers And Abilities: creates copies of himself, including whatever he's holding


A HIVE member, not really a bad sort when not "working".

Powers And Abilities: Helmet includes various powers and weapons, all with an eye theme.

Private HIVE

A HIVE member.

Voiced by: Greg Cipes

Powers And Abilities: Badass Normal

Kyd Wykkyd

A mysterious HIVE member.

Powers And Abilities: Teleportation, passing through walls, speculated to be psychic

The Brotherhood of Evil

The Brain

Voiced by: Glenn Shadix

Leader of the Brotherhood, Big Bad of season five. A disembodied brain.

Powers And Abilities: Chessmaster and Gadgeteer Genius.

Monsieur Mallah

Voiced by: Glenn Shadix

The Brain's Dragon. An intelligent gorilla with a French accent.

Powers And Abilities: Genius level intellect, superstrength, skill with many weapons.

Madame Rouge

Voiced by: Hynden Walch

The Brotherhood's enforcer. An incredibly powerful shapechanger with a Russian accent.

Powers and Abilities: Voluntary Shapeshifting into anything she can imagine, abilitly to mimic voices, indestructibility

General Immortus

Voiced by: Xander Berkeley

The Brotherhood's strategist. An immortal military genius. Seldom speaks.

Powers And Abilities: Immortality, genius-level intellect.


Red X

"Not everyone likes to play the big villain, kid. I'm a thief. I'm not threatening your precious city - just looking out for number one."

Voiced by: Scott Menville

A mysterious thief who stole a suit and indentity Robin had previously used to get close to Slade. On no one's side but his own.

Powers And Abilities: Badass Normal, various anti-Titans weapons in the suit, low-powered flight and cloaking


Voiced by: Hynden Walch

Starfire's self-absorbed big sister. Cares only about her own comfort and power.

Powers And Abilities: Same as Starfire

Doom Patrol

Beast Boy's former team, which he left over personal issues with Mento. Arch Enemies of the Brotherhood of Evil

Mento voiced by: Xander Berkeley
Elastigirl voiced by: Tara Strong
Robot Man voiced by: Peter Onorati
Negative Man voiced by: Judge Reinhold

Powers and Abilities:

Mento: Telepathy
Elastigirl: Size changing
Robot Man: Superstrength, built-in armor
Negative Man: "Negative spirit" which can function and interact with the world independantly from the body.

Dr. Light

Voiced by: Rodger Bumpass

A mad scientist and would-be supervillain. Has great skill, but a crippling lack of common sense and a phobia of Raven.

Powers and Abilities: Holograms, force-fields, lazers, ect.

Killer Moth, Kitten, and Fang

Killer Moth voiced by: Thomas Haden Church, Marc Worden
Kitten voiced by: Tara Strong
Fang voiced by: Will Friedle

A Mad Scientist, his daughter, and her boyfriend. Scheme to take over the city. Would likely succeed if they had a better gimmick and Kitten wasn't a spoiled brat. As is, they're comedy villains.

Powers and Abilities:
Killer Moth: Flight, genetic engineering
Kitten: None
Fang: Giant spider for a head, which allows him to crawl on walls and shoot webbing and paralyzing poison.

  • Alpha Bitch: Kitten.
  • Adaptational Badass: Arguably, this is the most threatening incarnation of Killer Moth throughout the various DC Universes, and since he's still comic relief, that's saying something.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: Killer Moth. Kitten and Fang aren't exactly competent either, but they're petty villains anyway.
  • Blondes Are Evil: Kitten.
  • Bratty Teenage Daughter: Kitten to Killer Moth.
  • Daddy's Little Villain: Kitten doesn't surpass her father in ambition, but in conniving and Jerkass-ness. This is a girl who came up with an elaborate scheme putting the entire city in danger of being eaten alive by giant bugs to get her boyfriend to take her back.
  • Evil Plan: The whole 'conquer the city' thing was Moth's idea. Kitten just wanted a date to the prom for Operation: Jealousy.
  • Giant Spider: Fang. His face is one, at least.
  • Half Human Hybrids: If Killer Moth's appearance isn't solely from a costume, then Kitten, though she doesn't look it in the slightest. Also, Fang has a Giant Spider for a head.
  • Interspecies Romance: If you don't count Trouble In Tokyo, Kitten and Fang (though nobody can be completely sure on what either of them actually are) are the only characters in the show who kiss onscreen. And yeah.
  • Pet the Dog: Kitten may be a spoiled child, but she at least doesn’t date people on their looks alone.
  • Mad Scientist: Killer Moth, again.
  • Outlaw Couple: Kitten and Fang are seen together in a cameo in "Revved Up". Since Kitten had already given villainy a shot, well...
  • Spoiled Brat: Kitten, again.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Kitten takes one in her brief appearance in "Calling All Titans"; she gets to control moths and fight with a laser whip like her father.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: So, what happened to Kitten after "Calling All Titans"? She's not with the other villains at the Brain's HQ afterward.
  • Whip It Good: Kitten's aforementioned whip.


Voiced by: Greg Ellis

A Sealed Evil in a Can dragon trapped in one of Raven's spellbooks, who tricked her into thinking he was a Sealed Good in a Can (and falling in love with him) so she'd set him free.

Powers and Abilities: Flight, superhuman strength, impenetrable scales, fire breath, encyclopediac knowledge of magic, manipulative genius (all but the last two are when released only)

Mad Mod

Voiced by: Malcolm McDowell

A humorously over-the-top Evil Brit Master of Illusion. Actually an old man, but uses holograms to appear young.

Powers and Abilities: Master of Illusion (tech-based), cane can cause Vampiric Draining, "hypno-screens" induce Mind Control

The Amazing Mumbo

Voiced by: Tom Kenny

A mad magician with actual magical powers. Usually a nuisance, but can prove a real threat when properly motivated.

Powers and Abilities: Magic wand and hat allow for a variety of mystical affects.