Making it difficult to keep track of who is who and what is what, in several instances more than one version of a comic character crossed over. In some cases, unpublished characters crossed over from unknown/ unwritten comic worlds. The merged settings make identifying some heroes even more difficult as their worlds are only just slightly different than the one we read about...
Known Characters to have crossed over/ appeared:
A character whose origins are the Blade Trinity movie, Whistler's Daughter has appeared here as well, and continues her hunt against the supernatural. So far she has not crossed paths with Hannibal King.
Agrippina "Aggie" Edwige Heterodyne
. A Girl Genius from a generational version of that comicverse where Gil Wulfenbach and Agatha H got married.
Kara Danvers`sister. She followed but the DEO from the series did not. She is currently established herself as an Agent of Homeland Security and is an operative under Cecil Stedman's command at the DXDO
Former head of the Suicide Squad, current head of the New Belle Reve prison facility. Answers to Cecil Stedman. Makes Aggie spark out.
The female counterpart to Tranzor Z, Aphrodite A is likewise ready for duty. Sayaka Yumi stands by Koji Kabuto...
Apollo (The Authority) Solar Themed equivalent to Super Man. Though not as nice
It's uncertain what version made it through, but given that he (she?) is an angel, any of his (her?) origins and activities could be true at the same time
The King Of The Seas. The Monarch of Atlantis. He is mainly known for his ability to breathe underwater, swim at high speeds and communicate with sea life. He might also have hydrokinesis
According to a man claiming to be Batman, at least four versions of the Dark Knight exist in this world. None have been confirmed by Homeland Security. The Batman making this claim appears to be the Vampire Batman from Dark Rain.
Villain, hero, anti-hero, villain again. His backstory is pretty simple. Given enormous power by the Wizard Shazam, he eventually went nuts and took over his country. Shazam banished him and he came back 1000 years later to wreck havok on the planet. He was of course stopped numerous times.
Screw up from the future who decided to use time travel to improve his lot in life. Found out it was a heck of alot more complicated than he thought.
Little girl with a love of creating art and a hatred of anybody messing with her art. Has the strength to make her ire known. All over the place.
. A version that was not frozen in ice but who was pulled to this reality directly from the end of World War II. Also of note is that in his world, DC comics existed as far back as WWII.
Not sure which one is intended here - Marvel or DC ?
The group's boss and all around hardcase. Considering the idiots and lunatics he has to deal with, that's no surprise.
Charles Bishop Weyland
One of the founders of what becomes the Weyland-Yutani Corporation. Currently working for an affiliation of the DXDO - the OWIA (Other World Investigation Agency)
. A video game character.
Commisioner James Gordon
Generally speaking, he's as good a cop as they come and the only sane guy in Gotham City. What he's doing now is anyone's guess, but it's a sure bet he's sporting a badge of some sort.
Autobots wage their battle to destroy the evil forces of the Decepticons on the Merged Earth, including a battle for the Allspark that saw the creation of feral Cuybertronians from Earth technology and the creation of at least one Autobot. None of the "Big Names" have shown themselves as yet, and the groups scrambling for the AllSpark were relatively unknown to most Transformers Fans.
Is an elemental force that allows access to an otherworldly dimension and control over the demons who dwell there. Almost always has a male host.
Son of Bruce Wayne and Talia al Ghul. Kind of a self-important jerk.
One of the most powerful beings in the DC universe, Darkseid is the ruler of the planet Apokolips. The character is intent on conquering the universe and eliminating all free will. Darkseid often invades Earth, making him a major enemy of the Justice League. Think super-villain Nazi with a perpetual bad attitude and you got it right.
: He is currently busy doing... something. Those mystics capable of delving into such matters lately have started to mutter his name in connection to a thing/being called Azathoth
From Charles Phipps' Halt Evil Doer setting...basically a superman analogue with a somewhat different and more distant mindset
The Merc with a Mouth ™ appeared for a time, but seems to have disappeared. He ran wild with Aggie Heterodyne for a time until she fell in with better role models
. Another brainchild of a role-player prior to the merge. He seems to have elements of the Crow, Spawn and Ghost Rider.
The Doctor (The Authority)
Heroin addict with the ability to bend reality to his whims.
Gamma irradiated powerhouse whose day job is a psychologist
Doctor Victor Von Doom that is, is the archenemy of the Fantastic Four and came over with Latveria. Has a keen obsession with Aggie and her castle and wants both. Aggie and her castle disagree with this notion.
: The Lord of Order, but which one is not yet identified...
The Blade 3 (Trinity) Movie version. Probably in torpor somewhere, thankfully.
Starfleet Captain who briefly took over from Picard and wasn't liked by some of the crew, especially Riker... Currently working for an affiliation of the DXDO - the OWIA (Other World Investigation Agency)
Steampunk mage. A steampunk/ magic version of Lara Croft
Engineer (The Authority)
Nanotechnology in her body allows her to fly and to create anything she can imagine.
Known as the Dark Slayer, second of the chosen two Slayers.
Genevieve Dieudonne a
400 year oldish vampire from the Warhammer fantasy verse that serves a barkeep in Home Sweet Home.
. A character in the vein of Batman Beyond, Ghost Hawk is actually the Jason Todd of his world.
Based somewhere between Quebec City and Montreal, this is the French Canadian version of Grendizer. Exactly how much of the mythos transferred/ merged beyond the pilot, the massive mecha and it's flight unit is unknown. The giant mecha is grounded as much as possible given the potential for collateral damage and the relative lack of massive enemies that it needs to ace.
The Great Ten
. A team of Chinese superheroes reputed to be hindered by bureaucracy.
Foul mouthed vampirically enhanced vampire hunter.
More or less, he's the sorcerer supreme of his world (even if he doesn't admit it), who advertises his services in the yellow pages. Most people who mess with him wind up dead. Messily.
Helen Tasker ("Doris")
From the movie True Lies, a few months and a heap of training later, she has become a field operative and is a rep for the OWIA. She was weirded out when her "daughter" turned out to be a rogue vampire Slayer.
A half demon, half human super hero who likes cats and humans. He's generally portrayed as an all around nice guy.
a glove designed to hold six gems that gives the wearer power over Time, Space, Mind, Soul, Reality, and Power. Generally speaking, it's not worth the hoopla, because once you start doing stuff with it, you find that it's a pretty hollow victory after all
A nasty gang that uses Apokolips tech.
Inquisitor Lord Bacon
. Potentially the character of a gamer. Crossed over not from a comic but from a gamer's stable of characters.
Son of Omni-man. Kind of a Superboy analog. Let's hope the rest of his race didn't cross over. And that Grayson won't grow a porn-stache like most of the adult males of his species.
. At least one version of Iron Man, with armor but no fortune is known to exist. There is also evidence of Tony Stark without his trademark armour. At least one version of Iron Man to have crossed over is not the abrasive instigator of Civil War.
Jack Hawksmoor (The Authority):
Leader of the Authority, has the power to control things associated with cities.
The details haven't been established but the Force exists. It`s probably focused in Australia. Satele Shan is rumoured to be among those that have crossed over. An incarnation of Savage Oppress was proven to be body modifed pretender.
Jenny Quantum (The Authority):
Jenny has the ability to manipulate reality on a quantum level, allowing her to do anything she can imagine. Aggie gained her friendship with a teddy bear and tea during a fight in New Belle Reve.
Clown prince of crime, the Batclan's nemesis and all around psychotic mass murdering lunatic.
There appear to be at least two versions
Film star, martial artist, guy who went into Mortal Kombat to prove he's the real deal. Became a hero in spite of himself.
In another world, he might have become Booster Gold. Instead, Joyride is a speedster without a direct comic analog…
: Yup, the bellicose beings did cross over.
One of Superman's police friends, current member of Coulson's team. Not the version from the CW Supergirl.
With the imminent arrival on Earth of Emperor Palpatine for a summit and discussion, Mara Jade was sent ahead in a Sith Infiltrator, Mara's Saber. The cloaked starship carried her to Earth and she is pursuing an agenda only she and the Emperor are aware of. If discovered, her cover is that she is acting under the orders of Master Skywalker... just truthful enough to get her by...
J'onn J'onzz is an alien from Mars, who came to Earth (depending on his source by a variety of means), where he became a private detective and then a super hero and founding member of the Justice League. Currently dealing with some crisis on the Death Star with Superman. He has a variety of powers depending on the source material.
Manhunter (Kate Spencer)
Kate Spencer hasn't been able to maintain her secret identity since the Merge, and as such found herself recruited by Homeland security. Her knowledge of the law and ability to research has gained her some clout and she operates on a level similar (if slightly lower ranked) to that of Phil Coulson. She is a also a direct liaison to Satele Shan.
Matthew Ellis (Senator)
President of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is a sitting Senator in the post Merge world and government liaison to an affiliation of the DXDO - the OWIA (Other World Investigation Agency)
A guy with powerful mind control abilities, though they take a heavy toll on his body. Wonder Woman killed him once, but it didn't stick.
Mazinger/ Tranzor Z
Much like Goldorak (See above) it's not known how much of the mythos surrounding this character appeared. The American version of the pilot, Tommy Davis, is known to Homeland Security as is his sister, Jessica. They are hoping to secure the location of the Island of Bardos (assuming it has also Merged...) before anyone else can. Tommy is not the pilot of Mazinger/ Tranzor Z, instead the Japanese version of the character (Koji Kabuto) is at the helm. Mazinger, like Goldorak, is grounded as much as possible at this time.
Mega Man X:
Advanced AI robot built to protect humans from his own replicas.
Low intellegence cyborg with a hate for Superman.
Midnighter (The Authority):
Psychotic Batman analog. Possesses enhanced physical attributes, pain suppression, an auxiliary heart, and the ability to anticipate the moves of his opponents. Aggie figured out a way to supress his anticipation powers with a jury-rigged StopWatch during the battle of New Belle Reve. Surprisingly, he didn't kill her for it.
: Travelling the stars, seeking to gather the Green Lantern corps, as he found Oa to be completely devoid of life after the Merge, with only the Green Power Battery still remaining and being functional.
: Marvel analog to Aquaman and Marvel's first anti-hero.
An Outer deity who enacts the will of the Outer Gods, and is their messenger, heart and soul; he is also a servant of Azathoth, his father, whose wishes he immediately fulfills. Unlike the other Outer Gods, causing madness is more important and enjoyable than death and destruction to Nyarlathotep. It is suggested by some that he will destroy the human race and possibly the earth as well.
. A character not written about and the brainchild of a gamer and role-player prior to the Merge. Nightwing appeared in New York like so many others. Her deal was different though. Her costume was one that many recognized as Thrillkiller Batgirl and it's not something she went out of her way to discredit. Nightwing, however, is the product of a merged setting of her own and is the child of Timothy Drake-Grayson and Jessica Drew.
The aforementioned Batman noted Oracle was coordinating the Batmen...
: The Kryptonian with the impressive mammary glands. Cousin to Superman and Supergirl.
: Insane anti-hero with a grudge against the mafia. Does not like the Joker.
. The Quantum Bands apparently crossed over, but instead of bringing a comic version of Quasar to our world, they empowered a native with the powers.
From MASH. Currently acts as a bartender in Detroit.
The mad monk. Given the effects of the merge, his origins could be a multiple choice question from heck. Hellboy managed to corral him and throw him into New Belle Reve. What he is now, is anyone's guess.
From the same world as Robyn Drake. Apparently is manager of Home Sweet Home.
From the Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis series. Following the arrival of Atlantis off the coast of the United States, Woolsey was contacted to assist various government task forces. Currently working for an affiliation of the DXDO - the OWIA (Other World Investigation Agency)
The Question analog. More of an exclamation mark.
. Just after the events of the video that introduces the game Knights of the Old Republic, Satele is not at the height of her power, nor willing to assume any prestige that her eventual exploits would give her. She currently divides her time between wandering the world and spending time at the fledgling Jedi temple in Australia. For the latter, she tends to prefer the anonymity of the mask and robes associated with a Jedi Temple Guard.
. There have been signs that at least some versions of Mortal Kombat characters have crossed over, Scorpion was seen once and has not been never heard from since.
human alien hybrid from Final Fantasy.
Shen Li-Men (The Authority):
Has the power of flight and talons.
sort of. Phil Coulson, Agent May, Leo Fitz and Gemma Simmons crossed over with the Bus, and they know about the fall of SHIELD in the MCU. They have not been able to establish SHIELD in this reality, so instead are a part of Homeland Security.
: Leader of the foot clan, enemy of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Tends to favor a costume that looks like a colander and the cutlery section of the supermarket upchucked on it.
. Galen Marek from the video game Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. He appears to be the version
that is rebuilt as a weapon for the Sith.
: Self-proclaimed or possibly even acclaimed Sorceress Supreme.
: The wind riding goddess, the ultimate weather based heroine. Affliated with the X-men and married to T'Challa.
. Not the one from the recent TV series, not the one from Smallville and not quite the comics version.... this version of Kara is most assuredly sassy, cocky and flirtatious. And worthy of the name of Supergirl. She shares the origin as presented in Superman:Batman Apocalyspe
. The one from the recent TV series. She spent the first few months post Merge getting her bearings and actually shares the identity of Melissa Benoist with the actress, giving her a way to go out in public to a greater extent than some of the other heroes to have Merged.
. At least one version of Superman has crossed over and is most assuredly living up to the name. He recently headed into space to check out a report of the Death Star near Mars.
. Facing the same demons he did on the television series Heroes, Sylar wants to be left alone. With his ability to copy other metahuman powers and insatiable hunger to do so, he is both menace and asset to the world.
The first black superhero also called the Black Panther. Married to Storm
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Alien plant that needs blood to survive.
Temporal manipulator straight out of a video game.
The ex-wife of Thaddeus Sivana, longtime foe of Captain Marvel (aka known as Shazam). There is no indication that the demented scientist has crossed over though
Warhammer snipers and assassins.
The lions appear to have transferred over in the Merge. At this time, only one has been discovered. The Blue Lion is currently docked on Atlantis and it appears John Sheppard is bonded as its pilot. The Yellow Lion is on Earth, but has yet to be discovered. The other lions may or may not be on Earth... No indications of the Drule, Robeasts or anything along those lines has manifested. The same holds true for any incarnation of the Voltron Force themselves...
There is evidence that they crossed over as well.
. Definitely not the MCU version, this version of Rhodes is more blunt, wants to take charge and acts with authority he may or may not have.
The Yellow King:
A bar where the monster's nightmares go hang out and karoke. Is associated with the most disappearances of any bar in the city, but the cops are too afraid to investigate it (not that many can find it). Generally speaking, you have to be either really dangerous, really powerful and or absolutely batcrap mad to enjoy the place. On the plus side, it has the best root beer in the world, top notch roast beef on rye sandwiches and hosts Poetry Slam Night.
Zatanna Zatara is a stage magician with real powers. She managed to corral some chaos deamons and the guys dealt with them rather permanently.