The Bat Family is a network of like minded crime fighters who defend Gotham City with Batman as their head.
Most of the members also have a strong rapport with the Dark Knight due to their long and close relationships with him over the years, and consider him a close friend as well as ally.
For some, super powers are anything but a blessing. The Doom Patrol, appropriate to their rather dire-sounding name, are a group of superheroes who, for one reason or another, have found themselves struggling against the expectations, judgment and constraints of a society that may not always understand them or their gifts. And for that, they've often found themselves pushed to the margins.
The Suicide Squad: a team of incarcerated Super-Villains coerced into performing high-risk operations for the US Government in exchange for commuted sentences. Formally known as Task Force X, the Squad’s actions are highly classified, and the team itself is highly expendable.
Team Arrow was originally made up of a group of vigilantes led by Oliver Queen.
They represent the diversity of this kind of heroes who work together as good allies to achieve justice!
The Teen Titans were originally formed from a group of young sidekicks, trying to escape the shadow of their illustrious mentors. They represent a diverse crew of heroes, both metahuman and vigilante, who work together as a well-oiled team and an extended family.
Hailing from an alternate universe where Bruce Wayne became ‘Jokerized’ by a nanotoxin, the Batman Who Laughs is a dark parody of Gotham’s greatest defender. With his corrupted Robins by his side, the Batman Who Laughs travels the Multiverse to destroy all that is good and pure in the name of Barbatos, the Bat-God.
In an alternate timeline where the mere presence of American superheroes changed history: The US won the Vietnam War, Nixon is still president, and the cold war is in full effect. In this world, the most notorious team are the Watchmen. But when a retired team member is killed, his former teammates uncover a conspiracy that will expose the sins of their past, ultimately asking where the fine line is drawn between heroes and villains?