Armed with the ability to predict combat moves in advance, Midnighter is a hyper-violent action hero with no compunctions about killing his enemies. Abel Tarrant (Green Lantern Animated Series), Abraham Brainiac Lincoln (Clark Kent, Metallo), Abraham Lincoln (The Blue, the Grey, and the Bat), Abraham Lincoln (The Brave and the Bold: Earth-5501), Ace the Bat-Hound (DC Super Hero Girls TV Series), Ace the Bat-Hound (Justice League Action), Ace the Bat-Hound (The Brave and the Bold), https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Male_Characters?oldid=2565747. Despite all this, she’s undoubtedly the most high-profile lesbian superhero around, with a key role in the Bat-family. In recent years she was rewritten to be gay herself, a controversial decision that led to some problems of its own. Superman (All Star Superman - 100 points (1 first place vote)) - 1326 points (49 first place votes) 6. As the quintessential sidekick, his early years were characterized by the Boy Wonder moniker and “Holy smokes!” one-liners in the 1960s Batman show. Arguably the most famous gay superhero, Midnighter is an intentional parody of Batman, created for the adult-rated Wildstorm comic Stormwatch. List of Fables characters (Inmates at the Golden Boughs Retirement Village), List of Fables characters (Literals and Part-Literals), List of Fables characters (New York Fables), List of Fables characters (other characters), List of Fables characters (The Homelands), List of Fables characters (Thirteenth Floor Fables), List of Green Arrow supporting characters, List of Green Lantern supporting characters, List of Justice Society of America enemies, List of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen characters, List of Wonder Woman supporting characters, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Lists_of_DC_Comics_characters&oldid=964511755, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 25 June 2020, at 22:59. Extraterrestrial characters. Then, his role went in a decidedly unexpected direction. As for her role in the comics, Supergirl’s vintage back-catalog includes some delightfully wacky storylines, like that one storyline where her horse turns into a dude and they fall in love. For the purposes of this list, we’re declaring it a tie between Hal Jordan (perhaps the best-known Lantern) and John Stewart. Taking obvious cues from Robin Hood, he’s a vigilante hero who uses a bow and arrow to fight crime, helped along by the fact that his alter-ego, Oliver Queen, is a wealthy playboy.