New Amalgam Universe: Heroes + Villains

Decided on a whim to create a new universe where Marvel heroes were combined with DC villains and vice versa. Check it check it check it out.

Heroes:

Loki Wayne, a.k.a. Dark Trickster

(Batman + Loki)

A human reincarnation of the Norse god Loki, the Dark Trickster fights those who abuse their power using a combination of shapeshifting, sorcery, martial arts, detective skills, and world-class technology. Founding member of the Masters of Justice.

Harleen Parker, a.k.a. Spider-Clown

(Spider-Man + Harley Quinn)

After being bitten by a radioactive spider, psychiatrist and photography enthusiast Harleen Parker developed superpowers and an alternate personality called Spider-Clown. She now joins the Dark Trickster in playing pranks on those who deserve them and exposing the truth. Founding member of the Masters of Justice.

Victor Jordan, a.k.a. Doom Lantern

(Green Lantern + Doctor Doom)

After finding a powerful ring that could create black energy constructs, Latverian vagrant Victor Jordan decided to use his newfound power to bring doom to those who would endanger his people. Founding member of the Masters of Justice.

Billy Marko, a.k.a. Captain Juggernaut

(Shazam/Captain Marvel + Juggernaut)

Wielding the Crimson Bands of Shazam gifted to him by the wizard Shazam, Billy Marko has the ability to grow at will into a giant muscular superhero, who can summon lightning and charge through anything unstoppably. Founding member of the Masters of Justice.

Arthur Octavius, a.k.a. Doctor Aqua

(Aquaman + Doctor Octopus)

Having given himself a set of super-strong octopus tentacles and functioning gills in his lab, biologist Arthur Octavius now patrols the seven seas, fighting nautical crime and defending the sunken city of Atlantis. Founding member of the Masters of Justice.

Dinah Lester, a.k.a. Blackeye

(Black Canary + Bullseye)

An infallible markswoman, Dinah Lester uses her skill with thrown weaponry to take down crime on the mean streets of the Bronx. Founding member of the Masters of Justice.

Anthony Irons, a.k.a. Steelmaster

(Steel + Taskmaster)

An engineer and martial artist, Anthony Irons developed a hyper-reactive crimefighting suit that can manifest weapons to match any foe. Founding member of the Masters of Justice.

Selina Storm, a.k.a. Cheshire Cat

(Invisible Woman + Catwoman)

After her and her friends were in a scientific accident, burglar Selina Storm developed the power of invisibility. She now uses this to protect the people of Gotham (while still committing petty crime) as a member of the Formidable Four.

Benjamin “Bane” Grimm

(Thing + Bane)

Turned into a hyper-muscled freak by a scientific accident, the wrestler nicknamed “Bane” deals with the rejection caused by his unusual appearance while protecting people and stealing things with the other members of the Formidable Four.

Reed Isley, a.k.a. Mister Ivy

(Mister Fantastic + Poison Ivy)

After a lab accident gave him the ability to turn into a shapeshifting plant form, genius scientist Reed Isley formed the vigilante/criminal team the Formidable Four, who keep the common people of Gotham safe without strict regard for the law.

Victor Storm, a.k.a. the Human Blizzard

(Human Torch + Mr. Freeze)

Joining his sister in the Formidable Four, Victor Storm has the ability to fly and control ice and snow.

Diana Lensherr, a.k.a. Lady Lodestone

(Wonder Woman + Magneto)

A mutant with power over metal, Diana Lensherr was abandoned by her human family and taken in by Hippolyta, queen of the Amazons. She was raised on Themyscira, where she learned unshakeable virtues and the art of combat, but left to join man’s world to free her mutant brethren. Now she leads the Sisterhood, a team of militant yet just female mutants who protect their species and pursue a better future.

Barbara Logan, a.k.a. Cheetah-Claw

(Wolverine + Cheetah)

A healing mutant with cheetah-like fur and claws, Barbara Logan was experimented on by the Weapon X program, replacing her skeleton and claws with adamantium. She is now a member of Lady Lodestone’s Sisterhood, a team of mutant activists who pursue acceptance and rights for their kind while fighting powerful threats.

Jean Scudder, a.k.a. Mirror Girl

(Jean Grey + Mirror Master)

A mutant with mysterious yet formidable powers over mirrors, young Jean Scudder is the most powerful member of the Sisterhood.

Zatanna Darkholme, a.k.a. Euqitsym

(Zatanna + Mystique)

A mutant shapeshifter who can take on any form by saying its name backwards, Zatanna Darkholme quit her career as a glamorous stage magician to join Lady Lodestone’s Sisterhood.

David Murdock, a.k.a. Devil Ray

(Daredevil + Black Manta)

A nautical vigilante, Devil Ray pilots a submarine to attack pirates, smugglers, and other dangerous criminals. He has an inherent radar sense stronger than any artificial radar, which allows him to steer his submarine with perfect fluidity and see threats coming from miles away.

Carol Grodd, a.k.a Captain Gorilla

(Captain Marvel + Gorilla Grodd)

After being given a blood infusion by a superpowered  gorilla-like alien, Carol Grodd became a gorilla herself, and developed superhuman strength, flight, and telepathy. She now defends Earth as the mighty Captain Gorilla.

Eddie Grayson, a.k.a Night Venom

(Nightwing + Venom)

Bonded with a benevolent alien symbiote, Eddie Grayson possesses great strength and greater agility, which he uses to patrol the streets of Blüdhaven and take on crime late at night.

Damian Sterns, a.k.a. Birdbrain

(Robin + Leader)

A green-skinned gamma-powered genius with an attitude, Damian Sterns builds amazing inventions and helps superheroes, including Dark Trickster.

John Mephisto

(Constantine + Mephisto)

A half-demon warlock, John Mephisto uses his dark heritage as a source of power, alongside his keen wit, to take on mighty magical foes.

Villains:

Lex Luthor, a.k.a. Iron Man

(Iron Man + Lex Luthor)

Lex Luthor, famed CEO and well-respected philanthropist, in secret developed a suit of gold and green powered armor. He uses this armor to commit high-profile theft as the feared Iron Man, immune to all known weaponry. Founding member and leader of the Secret Society of Titans.

Slade Odinson, a.k.a. Deathhammer

(Thor + Deathstroke)

A human reincarnation of the Norse god Thor, Deathhammer combines superhuman strength, control over lightning, a deadly array of weapons and equipment, and mastery of the art of combat to be the world’s most dangerous mercenary and the archnemesis of the Dark Trickster. Founding member of the Secret Society of Titans.

Barry Osborn, a.k.a. Flash-Goblin

(Flash + Green Goblin)

Corporate heir Barry Osborn, seeking cheap thrills and danger, developed a glider to harness the mighty Speed Force. Dressing like a golden goblin in a red hat, he commits petty crimes and seeks cheap thrills at near light speed. Founding member of the Secret Society of Titans.

Oliver Kravinoff, a.k.a. Bowhunter

(Green Arrow + Kraven)

A wealthy Russian heir who has spent his life conquering big game animals across the world with his trick arrows, Oliver Kravinoff now seeks to hunt and kill superheroes, the most dangerous creatures on the planet. Founding member of the Secret Society of Titans.

Victor Pym, a.k.a. CYTRON

(Cyborg + Ultron)

After a horrible accident, Victor Pym’s life was saved by his father Silas Pym, who turned him into a cyborg using robotic parts of his own design. However, the systems required to keep Victor’s body running took on an intelligence of their own. He developed a new personality, Cytron, and killed his father. Now Cytron plots the extermination of all humanity, with Victor as a helpless mule bringing him there.

Than-El

(Superman + Thanos)

Rocketed to Earth from the dying moon of Titan, the infant Than-El was adopted by a death-worshiping cult who saw him as a dark messiah. As he grew, the purple-skinned child developed superhuman strength, flight, heat vision, and other powers, which he eventually used to murder all his foster parents. Now he seeks the destruction of the Earth and the spread of violent nihilism throughout the universe.

Stephen Ghoul, a.k.a. Eagle’s Head

(Captain America + Ra’s al Ghul)

A WWII vet imbued with a serum that grants long life and superhuman physical prowess, the Eagle’s Head now operates outside of the government, controlling a network of secret agents who pursue America’s interests around the world even further than America itself is willing to, committing terrorism, assassination, and global surveillance.

Adam Wilson, a.k.a. Blackpool

(Deadpool + Black Adam)

Given the powers of eternal life, regeneration from all wounds, control over lightning, and intense reflexes by a mighty wizard, Blackpool is a constant thorn in the side of Captain Juggernaut and a generally infuriating criminal.

Bruce Uxas, a.k.a. Hulkseid

(Hulk + Darkseid)

When he entertains thoughts of evil, mild-mannered gamma scientist Bruce Uxas turns grey and becomes the diabolical lord of evil Hulkseid. With superhuman strength and Omega Beams, Hulkseid does everything he can to establish a despotic reign over humanity before turning back into Bruce.

Jonathan Xavier, a.k.a. Professor Fear

(Professor X + Scarecrow)

A mutant with the power to awaken fear inside people’s minds, Jonathan Xavier decided to form a team of criminals called the X-Society (including Evil Eye, Snowstorm, Scarlet Fool, and others) to terrify humans of dangerous mutants and bring about revolution.

Scott Sinestro, a.k.a. Evil Eye

(Cyclops + Sinestro)

After discovering a mysterious golden visor, Scott Sinestro learned to see people’s worst fears and project them as yellow constructs.

Crystal Munroe, a.k.a. Snowstorm

(Storm + Killer Frost)

A mutant with the power to create intense blizzards, Crystal Munroe was exiled from her Kenyan village at a young age for bringing famine. Angry at the world, she adopted the name Snowstorm and began to use her powers to terrorize large cities.

Wanda Kerr, a.k.a. Scarlet Fool

(Scarlet Witch + Joker)

Having potent reality warping abilities since birth, Wanda Kerr went insane from her inability to control them and from her rejection by her family, who could not bear to parent a child as dangerous as her. Wanda decided to laugh rather than cry, and began using her powers to commit absurd crimes as the Scarlet Fool.

Clint Nygma, a.k.a. Tell

(Hawkeye + Riddler)

With twin passions for archery and riddles, Clint Nygma took on the name of Tell (as in William Tell, but also like telling the answer) and began a series of gimmick crimes where he would shoot anyone who couldn’t answer his puzzles with arrows.

Formiac

(Ant-Man + Brainiac)

A powerful insectoid alien intelligence, with the power to shrink objects and to hijack the minds of ants. (The name is a pun on formica, the Latin word for “ant.”)

Patrick Schmidt, a.k.a. Plastic Skull

(Plastic Man + Red Skull)

A Nazi scientist who combined himself with an experimental plastic compound, giving himself shapeshifting powers and invincibility, as well as bright red skin.

Kang the Red

(Red Tornado + Kang the Conqueror)

A powerful android despot from the future, with time travel technology and control over wind, Kang the Red constantly seeks to take over the past to make his future empire stronger.

Wilson Jones, a.k.a. Martian Mastermind

(Martian Manhunter + Kingpin)

Transported to Earth against his will, a Martian with powers of shapeshifting and telepathy decided to put his abilities to good use on Earth, taking over New York’s organized crime and becoming the most feared mobster in the world.

King Quark

(Atom + Galactus)

An infinitely small cosmic entity, who collapses planets into singularities to annihilate them and consume their energies.

Koriand’r, a.k.a. Supernova

(Starfire + Annihilus)

A cheerful yet mighty conqueror from the planet Tamaran in the Negative Zone, Supernova combines her natural strength, flight, and energy abilities with a suit of invincible armor and a Cosmic Control Rod.

 

Comment on these characters or propose your own below! Just remember the rule: a hero from one universe, combined with a VILLAIN from the OPPOSITE universe.