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Story Characters

The characters in the game's story mode are unlocked after beating certain levels.

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Alias Image Origin Weapon Abilities Franchise Debut How-to-Unlock
Batman
(Bruce Wayne)
Batman (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Batman-1

Superhero Origins Batman-1

Batarang *Grapple
*Glide
*Computer Hacking
*Agility
*Detective Sense
DC Detective Comics #27 (May, 1939) Complete Face of Ace
Robin
(Timothy "Tim" Jackson Drake)
Robin (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Tim Drake

Superhero Origins Tim Drake

Bo Staff *Acrobatics
*Throw staff into sockets
*Grapple
*Computer Hacking
DC Batman #436 (August, 1989) Complete Face of Ace
Iron Man (MK 42)
(Anthony "Tony" Edward Stark)
Iron Man (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Iron Man-1

Superhero Origins Iron Man-1

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
*Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Flight
*Repulsor Blasts
*Missiles
**Destroy silver bricks
*Ground Slam
*Computer Hacking
*Unibeam
*Laser
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
Marvel Tales of Suspense #39 (March, 1963) Complete High in the Sky
Superman
(Kal-El (Clark Kent))
Superman (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Superman (REDUX)

Superhero Origins Superman (REDUX)

N/A *Change into Clark Kent
*Flight
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection (Superman)
*Heat Vision
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*X-Ray Vision
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*Ice breath
**Freeze water
**Put out fires
**Freeze enemies
DC Action Comics #1 (June, 1938) Complete Trio of the Most Powerful
Green Lantern
(Harold "Hal" Jordan)
Hal Jordan (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Green Lantern

Superhero Origins Green Lantern

Green Lantern Power Ring *Flight
*Swimming
*Shoot green light blasts from ring
*Green light beam
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Perform green light constructs
*Dig via green light constructs
*Grapple objects via green light constructs
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
DC Showcase #22 (October, 1959) Complete That Continent Southwest of Spain
Spider-Man
(Peter Benjamin Parker)
Spider-Man (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Spider-Man (REDUX)

Superhero Origins Spider-Man (REDUX)

N/A *Wall Climbing
*Spider-Sense
*Web Swinging
*Pull Objects with Webs
*Shoot Web Balls
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
*Break Open Special Walls
*Change into Peter Parker (and vice versa)
Marvel Amazing Fantasy #15 (August, 1962) Complete High in the Sky
Wolverine
(James "Logan" Howlett)
Wolverine (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Wolverine

Superhero Origins Wolverine

Knuckle Claws *Healing Factor
*Super Sense
*Wall Climbing
*Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
*Agility
Marvel Incredible Hulk #180 (October, 1974) Complete Science in Heaven
Captain America
(Steven "Steve" Grant Rogers)
Captain America (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Captain America-0

Superhero Origins Captain America-0

Shield *Throw Shield
**Active slots
*Shield Protection
*Redirect Enemy Fire
*Put out Fires with Shield
*Agility
*Healing Factor
*Acrobatics
Marvel Captain America Comics #1 (March, 1941) Complete High in the Sky
Thor Odinson
Thor (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Thor-0

Superhero Origins Thor-0

Mjolnir *Flight
*Hazard Protection
*Summon Lightning to charge Mjolnir
**Cause burst on Lightning
**Shoot Lightning from Mjolnir
***Activate Lightning Switches
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
*Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
Marvel Venus #11 (November, 1950) (Golden Age incarnation);
Journey into Mystery #83 (August, 1962) (Silver Age incarnation)
Complete Trio of the Most Powerful
Hulk
(Robert Bruce Banner)
Hulk (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins The Hulk (Redux)

Superhero Origins The Hulk (Redux)

N/A *Transform into Bruce Banner (and vice versa)
*Computer Hacking (mini fig)
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups) (big fig)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses (big fig)
**Thunder Clap (big fig)
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls (big fig)
*Roar (big fig)
*Hazard Protection (big fig)
*Healing Factor (big fig)
Marvel Incredible Hulk #1 (May, 1962) Complete Science in Heaven
Flash
(Bartholomew "Barry" Henry Allen)
Flash (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins The Flash (Barry Allen)

Superhero Origins The Flash (Barry Allen)

N/A *Enhanced walking speed
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*Spinning attack
*Agility
*Healing Factor
DC Showcase #4 (October, 1956) Complete Laboratories for Monkeys
Martian Manhunter
(J'onn J'onzz)
Martian Manhunter (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins The Martian Manhunter-1

Superhero Origins The Martian Manhunter-1

N/A *Shapeshifting
*Flight
*Heat Vision
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*X-Ray Vision (mini-fig)
*Mind Control (minifig)
*Go through Martian Portals (minifig)
*Pass through grates (minifig)
*Computer hacking (minifig)
**Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups) (big fig)
**Break Open Special Walls (big fig)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses (big fig)
**Thunder Clap (big fig)
***Put out fires
DC Detective Comics #225 (November, 1955) Complete Laboratories for Monkeys
Wonder Woman
(Diana of Themyscira)
Wonder Woman (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Wonder Woman-0

Superhero Origins Wonder Woman-0

*Lasso of Truth
*Gauntlets
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight
*Hazard Protection
*Pull objects with lasso
*Acrobatics
*Healing Factor
*Deflect projectiles with bracelets
DC All-Star Comics #8 (December, 1941) Complete Trio of the Most Powerful
Black Widow
(Natasha Romanoff)
Black Widow (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Black Widow-0

Superhero Origins Black Widow-0

Guns *Computer Hacking
*Cloaking Device

*Acrobatics
*Agility
Marvel Tales of Suspense #52 (April, 1964) Complete What Happened To Wind & Water?
Hawkeye
(Clinton "Clint" Francis Barton)
Hawkeye (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Hawkeye-0

Superhero Origins Hawkeye-0

Bow *Shoot different arrow types
**Normal Arrows
***Three-at-once
**Explosive arrows
**Destroy silver bricks
**Grappling Arrows
**Plugged Arrows
*Acrobatics
*Agility
Marvel Tales of Suspense #57 (September, 1964) Complete What Happened To Wind & Water?
Thing
(Benjamin "Ben" Jacob Grimm)
Thing (Lego Batman 4)
Pilot of the shuttle of an unauthorized space expedition, Benjamin Grimm was exposed to cosmic radiation that caused his skin to turn into solid rock. He became the Thing of the superhero group, the Fantastic Four. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
Marvel Fantastic Four #1 (November, 1961) Science in Heaven
Deadpool
(Wade Winston Wilson)
Deadpool (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Deadpool-0

Superhero Origins Deadpool-0

*Katanas
*Guns
*Healing Factor
*Acrobatics
Marvel New Mutants #98 (February, 1991) Complete Sceince in Heaven
Aquaman
(Arthur Curry)
Aquaman (Lego Batman 3)
Superhero Origins Aquaman-0

Superhero Origins Aquaman-0

Trident *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hydrokinesis via trident
**Put out fires
*Swimming
DC More Fun Comics #73 (November, 1941) Complete Laboratories for Monkeys
Joker
Joker (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins The Joker (Redux)

Supervillain Origins The Joker (Redux)

Gun *Grapple
*Computer Hacking
DC Batman #1 (June, 1940) Complete What Do You Have Against Asylums?
Alexander "Lex" Jospeh Luthor
Lex Luthor (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Lex Luthor (Redux)

Supervillain Origins Lex Luthor (Redux)

Blaster *Computer Hacking
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight
DC Superman #4 (March, 1940) (as Alexei Luthor);
Action Comics #199 (December, 1954) (as Alexis Luthor;
Swamp Thing Vol. 2 #52 (September, 1986) (as Alexander Luthor)
Complete What Do You Have Against Asylums?
Green Goblin
(Norman Virgil Osbourne)
Green Goblin (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Green Goblin

Supervillain Origins Green Goblin

*Goblin Glider
*Pumpkin Bombs
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
*Agility
*Throw Pumpkin Bombs
**Destroy silver bricks
*Computer Hacking
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #14 (July, 1964) Complete What Do You Have Against Asylums?
Venom
(Edward "Eddie" Charles Allen Brock)
Venom (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Venom (Redux)

Supervillain Origins Venom (Redux)

N/A *Size Alteration
*Super Sense (minifig)
*Web Swinging
*Wall Climbing (mini fig)
*Shot Webs from hands
*Go through Symbiote Passages (minifig)
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups) (big fig)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Roar (big fig)
Marvel Web of Spider-Man #18 (September, 1986) (Eddie Brock);
Amazing Spider-Man #252 (May, 1984) (symbiote)
Complete What Do You Have Against Asylums?
Catwoman
(Selina Kyle)
Catwoman (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Catwoman-0

Supervillain Origins Catwoman-0

Whip *Super Sense
*Grapple
*Acrobatics
*Agility
*Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
DC Batman #1 (June, 1940) Complete LexCorp's Ironic Infiltration
Bane
Bane (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Bane-1424661262

Supervillain Origins Bane-1424661262

N/A *Venom Injection/Removal
*Computer Hacking (minifig)
*Acrobatics (minifig)
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups) (big fig)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
**Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor (big fig)
DC Batman: Vengeance of Bane #1 (January, 1993) Complete LexCorp's Ironic Infiltration
Sabretooth
(Victor Creed)
Sabretooth (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Sabretooth

Supervillain Origins Sabretooth

Claws *Dig
*Super Sense
*Healing Factor
*Activate Claw Switches
*Wall Climbing
*Acrobatics
Marvel Iron Fist #14 (August, 1977) Complete LexCorp's Ironic Infiltration
Abomination
(Emil Blosnky)
Abomination (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Abomination

Supervillain Origins Abomination

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
**Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Roar
Marvel Tales of Astonish #90 (April, 1967) Complete LexCorp's Ironic Infiltration

"Priced"

Alias Image Origin Weapon Abilities Franchise Debut How-to-Unlock Price
A.I.M. Agent
A.I.M. Agent (Lego Batman 4)
They might appear to be beekeepers. But with up-to-date technology, they can do far worse than just unleash killer bees on you. Gun Computer Hacking Marvel Strange Tales #146 (July, 1966) Complete High in the Sky 150,000 Studs
Alfred Thaddeus Crane Pennyworth
Alfred Pennyworth (Lego Batman 4)
Origins Alfred Pennyworth

Origins Alfred Pennyworth

Plate *Shield Protection
*Redirect Enemy Fire
*Put out Fires with Shield
DC Batman #16 (April, 1943) Complete Assault on the Batcave 300,000 Studs
Amazo
Amazo (Lego Batman 4)
Creation of Professor Anthony Ivo, this giant elf-eared robot has the ability to copy the abilities of the super-powered members of the Justice League. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Laser blasts from hands
*Heat Vision
*Flight
*Enhanced walking speed
*Perform green light constructs
DC Brave and the Bold #30 (July, 1960) Complete LexCorp's Ironic Infiltration 200,000 Studs
Baron Heinrich Zemo
Baron Zemo (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Baron Zemo-1431184052

Supervillain Origins Baron Zemo-1431184052

Sword *Computer Hacking
*Agility
Marvel Avengers #4 (March, 1964) Complete Final Curtain (Possibly) 450,000 Studs
Black Manta
(David)
Black Manta (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Black Manta

Supervillain Origins Black Manta

N/A *Comouter Hacking
*Swimming
*Laser from eyes
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Acrobatics
*Agility
DC Aquaman #35 (August, 1967) Complete That Continent Southwest of Spain 360,000 Studs
Carnage
(Cletus Kasady)
Carnage (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Carnage-0

Supervillain Origins Carnage-0

N/A *Super Sense
*Web Swinging
*Wall Climbing
*Shot Webs from hands
*Go through Symbiote Passages
*Turn hands into blades
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #344 (February, 1991) (Cletus Kasady);
Amazing Spider-Man #360 (March, 1992)
Complete Assault on the Batcave 450,000 Studs
Clayface
(Basil Karlo)
Clayface (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Clayface-0

Supervillain Origins Clayface-0

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Shapeshift
*Hazard Protection
DC Detective Comics #30 (June, 1940) Complete Face of Ace 350,000 Studs
Deathstroke
(Slade Joseph Wilson)
Deathstroke (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Deathstroke-0

Supervillain Origins Deathstroke-0

*Guns
*Sword
*Bo Staff
*Acrobatics
*Agility
*Throw staff into sockets
*Super Sense
*Computer Hacking
DC The New Teen Titans #2 (December, 1980) Complete Doctor Doom Haters 6,999,999,898-7,000,000,000 490,000 Studs
Devil Dinosaur
Devil Dinosaur (Lego Batman 4)
The young Devil Dinosaur (a Tyrannosuarus from a dinosaur dimenison) was nearly burned to death by a tribe of Killer-Folk, hostile beings native to his planet, but was rescued by Moon-Boy, a young member of a rival tribe, the Small-Folk. Exposure to the Killer-Folk's fire activated a mutation in the dinosaur which gave him powers greater than others of his species and turned his skin from olive green to flame red. Devil and Moon-Boy's early adventures on their home world include encounters with extraterrestrials and a brief teleportation to modern day Earth. During their adventures, they ended up in the main Marvel universe and is currently living in the Savage Lands. *N/A *Super Strength
**Break Open Special Walls
Marvel Devil Dinosaur #1 (April, 1978) Complete Savagery of the Phanerozoic 250,000 Studs
Doctor Doom
(Victor von Doom)
Doctor Doom (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Doctor Dooms (Redux)

Supervillain Origins Doctor Dooms (Redux)

N/A *Computer Hacking
*Levitation
*Shoot lightning from hands
**Activate Lightning Switches
Marvel Fantastic Four #5 (July, 1962) Complete Doctor Doom Haters 6,999,999,898-7,000,000,000 500,000 Studs
Doctor Octopus
(Otto Olivia Octavius)
Doctor Octopus (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Doctor Octopus

Supervillain Origins Doctor Octopus

Robot Tentacles *Super Sense
*Computer Hacking
*Pull objects with tentacles
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #3 (July,1963) Complete Designation: Octavius 450,000 Studs
Frost Giant
Frost Giant (Lego Batman 3)
The Frost Giants are a mythological race that live in Jötunheim, one of the nine worlds of Norse cosmology. They were banished there by the Æsir who refuse them entry to their world, Asgard. The giants frequently interact with the Æsir, as well as the Vanir. They are usually in opposition to, or in competition with, them but also interact with them in a non-hostile manner. Some giants even intermarry with the Æsir and Vanir. Ice Axe N/A Marvel Jouney into Mystery #112 (January, 1965) Trio of the Most Powerful 150,000 Studs
Giganta
(Doris Zuel)
Giganta (Lego Batman 4)
A female supervillain with the ability to drastically increase her size and shape, acting as an enemy to Wonder Woman. In addition she is a brilliant scientist. N/A *Grow to Super Minifigure size
**Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
***Create & Throw Rock Masses
***Thunder Clap
****Put out fires
***Break Open Special Walls
DC Wonder Woman #9 (June, 1944) (Pre-Crisis);
Wonder Woman Vol. 2 #126 (October, 1997) (Doris Zuel)
Complete Laboratories of Monkeys 320,000 Studs
Gorilla Grodd
Gorilla Grodd (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Gorilla Grodd

Supervillain Origins Gorilla Grodd

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
*Mind Control
DC The Flash #106 (May, 1959) Complete Laboratories of Monkeys 350,000 Studs
Grim Reaper
(Eric Williams)
Grim Reaper (Lego Batman 4)
After burning down his family home, Eric Williams began a criminal career. He eventually became a well-respected member of the HYDRA terrorist organization. Scythe *Agility Marvel Avengers #52 (May, 1968) Complete Science in Heaven 250,000 Studs
Human Torch
(Jonathan "Johnny" Lowell Spencer Storm)
Human Torch (Lego Batman 4)
Following his sister, Johnny Storm was part of Reed Richards' space exploration. After cosmic radiation exposure, he gained pyrokinetic abilities. Becoming the Human Torch, he's now the rebel member of the Fantastic Four. N/A *Flame On!
**Shoot fire beam from hands
***Destroy Gold Bricks
***Cut Gold Walls
***Melt ice
**Flight
*Shoot fireballs from hands
Marvel Fantastic Four #1 (November, 1961) Complete Science in Heaven 400,000 Studs
HYDRA Agent
Hydra Agent
Trained by Taskmaster, these agents of the worldwide infamous terrorist organiztaion, HYDRA, are the definitive "face" of the group's army. Gun N/A Marvel Strange Tales #135 (August, 1965) Complete Face of Ace 150,000 Studs
Ka-Zar
(Kevin Plunder)
Ka-Zar (Lego Batman 4)
Kevin Plunder was the eldest son of the British nobleman and scientist, Lord Robert Plunder. While searching for an undiscovered element he believed existed in nature, Lord Plunder discovered the hidden jungle on the Antarctic continent that became known as the Savage Land. There, he confirmed his theories by discovering the Anti-Metal (an isotope of Vibranium), a substance that can destroy the molecular bonds of any known metal. Lord Plunder returned to his native England to find his wife had passed away in his absence. Realizing his own mortality, he locked away a sizable sample of the Anti-Metal he had brought back, and fashioned a small fragment of it into a medallion that could be used as a "key" to unleash its power. He then split the key in two, giving half to each of his two sons, Kevin and Parnival, as their inheritance. After the tribe Kevin joined after his wife died during his first Savage Land, he tamed an attacking last Smilodon: Zabu. Kevin was then gained his alias as Ka-Zar ("Son of the tiger"). Dagger *Acrobatics Marvel X-Men #10 (March, 1965) Complete Savagery of the Phanerozoic 200,000 Studs
Killer Croc
(Waylon Jones)
Killer Croc (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Killer Croc-0

Supervillain Origins Killer Croc-0

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Roar
*Swimming
DC Detective Comics #523 (February, 1983) Complete What Do You Have Against Asylums? 370,000 Studs
King Shark
(Nanaue)
King Shark (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins King Shark

Supervillain Origins King Shark

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Roar
*Swimming
DC Superboy Vol. 4 #0 (October, 1994) Complete That Continent Southwest of Spain 280,000 Studs
Laufey
Laufey (Lego Batman 4)
In the early days, Odin, the King of Asgard, marched his forces into Jotunheim to battle Laufey and the Frost Giants. Odin faced down Laufey and destroyed his war club, prompting Laufey to brandish a sword. A sprawling battle between the two forces ensued. The battle ended with Odin using Mjolnir to cripple Laufey. Odin discovered a baby, Laufey's son Loki, amongst the wreckage, and made the decision to raise him as his own son. Laufey had kept Loki hidden as he was ashamed that Loki had been born a runt. N/A *Shoot ice beam from hand
**Freeze water
**Put out fires
**Freeze enemies
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Break Open Special Walls
Marvel Jouney into Mystery #112 (January, 1965) Complete Trio of the Most Powerful 280,000 Studs
Lizard
(Curtis "Curt" Connors)
Lizard (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Lizard

Supervillain Origins Lizard

N/A *Transform into Lizard (and vice versa)
*Computer Hacking (Curt Connors)
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups) (Lizard)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor (Lizard)
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #6 (November, 1963) Complete Big House of a Zoo 280,000 Studs
Matsermind
(Jason Wyngarde)
Mastermind (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Mastermind

Supervillain Origins Mastermind

N/A Mind Control Marvel X-Men #4 (March, 1964) Complete X-Siege 250,000 Studs
M.O.D.O.C. (Mechanical Organism Designed Only for Conquest)
(George Tarleton)
M.O.D.O.K. (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins M.O.D.O.K

Supervillain Origins M.O.D.O.K.

N/A *Mental Bolts
*Hover
*Computer Hacking
Marvel Tales of Suspense #93 (September, 1967) Complete Designation: Octavius 300,000 Studs
Mr. Freeze
(Victor Fries)
Mr Freeze (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Mister Freeze-0

Supervillain Origins Mister Freeze-0

Cryogenic Gun *Computer Hacking
*Shoot ice beam from gun
**Freeze water
**Put out fires
**Freeze enemies
DC Batman #121 (February, 1959) Complete What Happened To Wind & Water? 390,000 Studs
Parasite
(Ruldoph "Rudy" Jones)
Parasite (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillian Origins Parasite

Supervillian Origins Parasite

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Energy absorption & projection
DC Action Comics #340 (August, 1966) (Parasite alias with Raymond Maxwell Jensen);
Firestorm Vol. 2 #58 (April, 1987) (Rudy Jones)
Complete LexCorp's Ironic Infiltration 300,000 Studs
Professor Zoom
(Eobard Thawne)
Professor Zoom (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Professor Zoom

Supervillain Origins Professor Zoom

N/A *Enhanced walking speed
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*Spinning attack
*Agility
*Computer Hacking
*Healing Factor
DC The Flash #139 (September, 1963) Complete Hall of Mayhem 300,000 Studs
Red Skull
(Johann Schmidt)
Red Skull (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins The Red Skull

Supervillain Origins The Red Skull

Gun *Computer Hacking
*Agility
*Mind Control
Marvel Captain America Comics #7 (October, 1941) Complete Final Curtain (Possibly) 500,000 Studs
Rhino
(Aleksei Mikhailovich Sytsevich)
Rhino (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Rhino

Supervillain Origins Rhino

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Charge at opponents
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #41 (October, 1966) Complete Big House of a Zoo 200,000 Studs
Sandman
(William Baker (Flint Marko))
Sandman (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Sandman

Supervillain Origins Sandman

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Go through sand pits
*Shapeshifting
**Turn into cannon
*Turn hands into hammer & mace
*Pass through grates
*Through sand balls
*Hazard Protection
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #4 (September, 1963) Complete What Happened To Wind & Water? 400,000 Studs
Scarecrow
(Jonathan Crane)
Scarecrow (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Scarecrow

Supervillain Origins Scarecrow

Fear Gas Computer Hacking DC World's Finest #3 (September, 1941) Complete What Do You Have Against Asylums? 375,000 Studs
Scarlet Witch
(Wanda Maximoff)
Scarlet Witch (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Scarlet Witch

Superhero Origins Scarlet Witch

N/A *Hex Bolts from hands
*Flight
Marvel X-Men #4 (March, 1964) Complete Class is in Seassion 350,000 Studs
Solomon Grundy
(Cyrus Gold)
Solomon Grundy (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Solomon Grundy-0

Supervillain Origins Solomon Grundy-0

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
DC All-Star Comics #61 (October, 1944) Complete Hall of Mayhem 350,000 Studs
Storm
(Ororo Munroe)
Storm (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Storm

Superhero Origins Storm

N/A *Flight
*Shoot Lightning from hands
**Lightning blasts
**Lightning beam
*Summon Lightning to Charge
**Cause burst on lightning
**Activate Electricity Switches
*Tornadoes
**Put out fires
Marvel Giant-Size X-Men #1 (May, 1975) Complete X-Siege 400,000 Studs
Taskmaster
(Tony Masters?)
Taskmaster (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Taskmaster

Supervillain Origins Taskmaster

*Sword
*Bow
*Shield
*Shoot different arrow types
**Normal Arrows
***Three-at-once
**Explosive arrows
**Destroy silver bricks
**Grappling Arrows
**Plugged Arrows
*Acrobatics
*Agility
*Throw Shield
**Active slots
*Shield Protection
*Redirect Enemy Fire
*Put out Fires with Shield
Marvel Avengers #195 (May, 1980) Complete Class is in Session 350,000 Studs
Viper
(Ophelia Sarkissan)
Viper (Lego Batman 4)
Madame Hydra was orphaned as a child in Central Europe (Hungary). Part of her face was scarred at one time, although it has since been healed. Among twelve other girls, she was taken in by Hydra and raised by Commander Kraken. For twenty-two years, Viper excelled and became Kraken's best student. She eventually rose through the ranks of Hydra and frequently came into conflict with Captain America and the organization known as S.H.I.E.L.D. Gun *Computer Hacking
*Agility
*Grapple
Marvel Captain America #110 (February, 1969) Complete Final Curtain (Possibly) 400,000 Studs
Vulture
(Adrian Toomes)
Vulture (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Vulture

Supervillain Origins Vulture

Gun *Flight Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #2 (May, 1963) Complete High in the Sky 360,000 Studs

Hidden Story Level Characters

These character scan be found in hidden locations during story levels (most are only gotten in the free-play versions).

Alias Image Origin Weapon Abilities Franchise Debut Level Price
Ant-Man
(Scott Edward Harris LAng)
Ant-Man (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Scott Lang

Superhero Origins Scott Lang

N/A *Shrink
*Computer Hacking
*Summon ants
Marvel Avengers #181 (March, 1979) Big House for a Zoo 200,000 Studs
Aqualad
(Kaldur'ahm)
Aqualad (Lego Batman 4)
Protege of Aquaman. Water Swords *Hydrokinesis
**Put out fires
*Swimming
DC Young Justice Episode 1 (November 26, 2010) That Continent Southwest of Spain 270,000 Studs
Arnim Zola
Arnim Zola (Lego Batman 4)
Born in Weisshorn Mountains of Switzerland in the early part of the 20th Century, Arnim Zola was child prodigy who ended up working as a Nazi scientist under Baron Heinrich Zemo. His genetic experiments aided the party and even took part in the establishment of Hydra, as offerred by Baron Wolfgang von Strucker. While its unknown as to when Zola switched to his robot body, it was most likely during the 40s. Even after the war was over, he was a regular menace to Captain America. ESP Box *Shoot laser from ESP Box
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Computer Hacking
Marvel Captain America #208 (April, 1977) Final Curtain (Possibly) 300,000 Studs
Atom
(Raymond "Ray" Palmer)
Atom (Ray Palmer) (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins The Atom (Ray Palmer)

Superhero Origins The Atom (Ray Palmer)

N/A *Shrink
*Computer Hacking
DC Showcase #34 (October, 1961) Final Curtain (Possibly) 370,000 Studs
Batgirl
(Barbara Gordon)
Batgirl (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Batgirl-0

Superhero Origins Batgirl-0

Batarang *Glide
*Grapple
*Agility
DC Detetctive Comics #359 (January, 1967) Assault on the Batcave 300,000 Studs
Beast
(Henry "Hank" Philip McCoy)
Beast (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Beast-1

Superhero Origins Beast-1

Claws *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
*Agility
*Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
Marvel X-Men #1 (September, 1963) Final Curtain (Possibly) 300,000 Studs
Black Adam
(Teth-Adam)
Black Adam (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Black Adam

Supervillain Origins Black Adam

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight
*Hazard Protection
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*Shoot electricity from hands
**Shoot electric blasts from hands
**Activate Electricity Switches
*Healing Factor
DC Marvel Family #1 (December, 1945) Final Curtain (Possibly) 450,000 Studs
Black Canary
(Dinah Laurel Lance)
Black Canary (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Black Canary

Superhero Origins Black Canary

N/A *Canary Cry
**Shatter glass
*Acrobatics
DC Flash Comics #86 (August, 1947) (Black Canary alias with Dinah Drake Lance);
Justice League of America #75 (November, 1969) (Laurel Lance)
Final Curtain (Possibly) 300,000 Studs
Black Panther
(T'Challa)
Black Panther (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Black Panther-0

Superhero Origins Black Panther-0

Vibranium Claws *Dig
*Super Sense
*Activate Claw Switches
*Wall Climbing
*Agility
Marvel Fantastic Four #52 (July, 1966) Class is in Session 300,000 Studs
Black Spider
(Eric Needham)
Black Spider (Lego Batman 4)
Eric Needham was a small time crook who was addicted to heroin. Desperate for money to buy more drugs, he robbed a liquor store and killed the owner, who turned out to be his father. After being arrested, he kicked the habit out of remorse and began a war on the drug trade. Donning a costume, he became a self-styled vigilante, the Black Spider, and began killing those suspected of dealing drugs. This soon brought him into conflict with Batman. Needham believed that the two should be allies, as he saw common purpose in their war against criminals. His murderous methods however continually put him at odds with the Dark Knight. N/A *Wall Climbing
*Web Swinging
*Pull Objects with Web
*Shoot Web Balls
DC Detective Comics #463 (September, 1976) Laboratories for Monkeys 150,000 Studs
Captain Atom
(Nathaniel Christopher Adam)
Captain Atom (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Captain Atom

Superhero Origins Captain Atom

N/A *Flight
*Healing Factor
*Hazard Protection
*Super Strength
**Break Open Special Walls
*Telekinesis
*Computer Hacking
*Shoot radiation blasts from hands
*Shoot radiation laser from hands
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
DC Space Adventures #33 (March, 1960) (as Allen Adam);
Captain Atom #1 (March, 1987) (as Nathaniel)
Final Curtain (Possibly) 470,000 Studs
Captain Cold
(Leonard Snart)
Captain Cold (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Captain Cold

Supervillain Origins Captain Cold

Cold Gun *Absolute Zero Beam from gun
**Freeze water
**Put out fires
**Freeze enemies
DC Showcase #8 (June, 1957) Final Curtain (Possibly) 330,000 Studs
Captain Marvel
(Mar-Vell)
Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell) (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell)

Superhero Origins Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell)

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
*Break Open Special Walls
*Flight
*Teleportation
*Telekinesis
*Super Sense
*Shoot solar energy blasts
*Shoot laser from wrist-mount Unibeam
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Healing Factor
Marvel Marvel Super-Heroes #12 (December, 1967) Final Curtain (Possibly) 380,000 Studs
Cheetah
(Barbera Ann Minerva)
Cheetah (Lego Batman 4)
SuperVillains Explored Cheetah-0

SuperVillains Explored Cheetah-0

Claws *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
*Break Open Special Walls
*Wall Climbing
*Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
*Agility
*Super Sense
DC Wonder Woman #6 (September, 1943) (Cheetah alias with Priscilla Rich);
Wonder Woman Vol. 2 #7 (August, 1987) (Barbara Ann Minerva)
Trio of the Most Powerful 320,000 Studs
Cyclops
(Scott Summers)
Cyclops (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Cyclops-0

Superhero Origins Cyclops-0

N/A *Concussive laser vision
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Concussive eye laser blasts
Marvel X-Men #1 (September, 1963) X-Siege 350,000 Studs
Deadshot
(Floyd Lawton)
Deadshot (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Deadshot-0

Supervillain Origins Deadshot-0

Energy Guns *Computer Hacking
*Super Sense
*Acrobatics
DC Batman #59 (June, 1950) Doctor Doom Haters 6,999,999,898-7,000,000,000 330,000 Studs
Doctor Fate
(Kent Nelson)
Doctor Fate (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Doctor Fate

Superhero Origins Doctor Fate

N/A *Flight
*Shoot magic energy blasts
*Shoot magic energy beam
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
*Magnetokinesis
*Mind Control
*Pass through grates
*Telekinesis
DC More Fun Comics #55 (May, 1940) Final Curtain (Possibly) 500,000 Studs
Doombot
Doombot (Lego Batman 4)
Doctor Doom's robot soldiers. Blaster N/A Marvel Fantastic Four #5 (July, 1962) Doctor Doom Haters 6,999,999,898-7,000,000,000 150,000 Studs
Doombot (V-Series)
(Doombot alternate skin)
Doombot V-Series (Lego Batman 4)
Larger models of Doombots. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
Marvel Lego Marvel Super Heroes (October 22, 2013) Doctor Doom Haters 6,999,999,898-7,000,000,000 155,000 Studs
Electro
(Maxwell Dillon)
Electro (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Electro

Supervillain Origins Electro

N/A *Shoot electricity from hands
**Shoot electric blasts from hands
**Activate Electricity Switches
*Flight
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #9 (February, 1964) What Happened To Wind & Water? 300,000 Studs
Firefly
(Garfield Lynns)
Firefly (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Orgins Firefly

Supervillain Orgins Firefly

Flamethrowers *Shoot fire
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Flight
DC Detective Comics #184 (June, 1952) Face of Ace 200,000 Studs
Green Arrow
(Oliver Jonas Queen)
Green Arrow (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Green Arrow

Superhero Origins Green Arrow

Bow *Shoot different arrow types
**Normal Arrows
***Three-at-once
**Explosive arrows
**Destroy silver bricks
**Grappling Arrows
**Plugged Arrows
*Agility
DC More Fun Comics #73 (November, 1941) Hall of Mayhem 450,000 Studs
Harley Quinn
(Harleen Francis Quinzel)
Harley Quinn (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Harley Quinn (Redux)

Supervillain Origins Harley Quinn (Redux)

Hammer *Spinning attack
*Acrobatics
*Acrobatics
*Hazard Protection
*Break Open Special Walls
DC Batman: The Animated Series Episode 7 (September 11, 1992) What Do You Have Against Asylums? 280,000 Studs
Hawkgirl
(Shiera Sanders-Hall)
Hawkgirl (Shiera Sanders) (Lego Batman 4)
Hawkgirl's CRAZY History - Comic Drake

Hawkgirl's CRAZY History - Comic Drake

Thangarian Mace Flight DC Flash Comics #1 (January, 1940) Final Curtain (Possibly) 350,000 Studs
Hawkman
(Carter Hall)
Hawkman (Lego Batman 4)
Hawkman The CRAZIEST DC Character EVER!

Hawkman The CRAZIEST DC Character EVER!

Thanagarian Mace Flight DC Flash Comics #1 (January, 1940) Hall of Mayhem 250,000 Studs
Heat Wave
(Mick Rory)
Heat Wave (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Heat Wave

Supervillain Origins Heat Wave

Heat Gun *Absolute Hot Beam from gun
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
DC The Flash #140 (November, 1963) Final Curtain (Possibly) 300,000 Studs
Hobgoblin
(Roderick Kingsley)
Hobgoblin (Lego Batman 3)
Supervillain Origins The Hobgoblin-0

Supervillain Origins The Hobgoblin-0

*Goblin Glider
*Pumpkin Bombs
*Throw Pumpkin Bombs
**Destroy silver bricks
*Computer Hacking
Marvel Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #43 (June, 1980) High in the Sky 250,000 Studs
Hydro-Man
(Morris Bench)
Hydro-Man (Lego Batman 4)
Morris Bench, a crewman on a cargo ship, was accidentally knocked overboard by Spider-Man while a powerful experimental generator was being lowered into the ocean for testing. Exposed to the energy conversion process of the generator while being bombarded with volcanic gases, Bench's cellular structure was altered. When he was rescued from the depths, his body began exuding great quantities of a watery substance, which Bench first thought was perspiration. Annoyed by the incessant dripping, Bench went to a local pub to stir up trouble. Finding none, he was astonished to learn that he could convert his entire physical form into a watery liquid. Soon after discovering his powers, Hydro-Man set out to find those he held responsible for his condition in order to make them pay. N/A *Swimming
*Hydrokinesis
**Put out fires
*Turn hands into hammer & mace
*Pass through grates
*Through water balls
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #212 (January, 1981) What Happened To Wind & Water? 150,000 Studs
Iceman
(Robert "Bobby" Louis Drake)
Iceman (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Iceman-0

Superhero Origins Iceman-0

N/A *Shoot ice Beam from hands
**Freeze water
**Put out fires
**Freeze enemies
*Shoot ice balls from hands
Ice Slides
Marvel X-Men #1 (September, 1963) X-Siege 300,000 Studs
Invisible Woman
(Susan "Sue" Storm-Richards)
Invisible Woman (Lego Batman 4)
Being the fiance of Reed Richards, Susan Storm was part of the shuttle exploration that created the Fantastic Four. Her cosmic radiation exposure gave her light-bending abilities & forcefield projection. The Invisible Woman keeps the Fantastic Four together. N/A *Invisiblity
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
Marvel Fantastic Four #1 (November, 1961) Science in Heaven 350,000 Studs
Iron Man (Hulkbuster)
(Iron Man alternate skin)
Iron Man (Hulkbuster) (Lego Batman 4)
Stark designed a new Hulkbuster armor, in order to battle the Hulk upon his return from space. The new armor was built as a large exoskeletal shell which fits around his normal armor and is equipped with rocket-boosted gauntlets, capable of punching the Hulk back several miles. It is also equipped with adamantium-tipped injector needles, which Stark used in an attempt to suppress the Hulk's power with S.P.I.N. Tech nanites, but the nanites failed due to sabotage. *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
*Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Repulsor Blasts
*Missiles
*Destroy silver bricks
*Flight
Marvel Iron Man #300 (January, 1994) (Hulkbuster concept with the Mark I);
Iron Man Vol. 4 #7 (June, 2006)
Designation: Octavius 300,000 Studs
Jean Grey
Jean Grey (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Jean Grey-0

Superhero Origins Jean Grey-0

N/A *Telekinesis
*Mind Control
*Mental Blasts
*Create Forcefield
*Levitation
Marvel X-Men #1 (September, 1963) X-Siege 360,00 Studs
Kraven the Hunter
(Sergei Nikolaevich Kravinoff)
Kraven the Hunter (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Kraven The Hunter-0

Supervillain Origins Kraven The Hunter-0

*Spear
*Rope with a hook
*Super Sense
*Pull objects with hook
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #15 (August, 1964) High in the Sky 230,000 Studs
Lava Lord
Lava Lord (Lego Batman 4)
Aquaman enemy Lava Lord is a physical human-esque compound of condensed volcanic gas & magma, and ruler of the Fire-Trolls. N/A *Shoot fireballs from hands
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
DC Aquaman Vol. 5 #52 (February, 1999) That Continent Southwest of Spain 150,000 Studs
Loki Laufeyson
Loki (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Loki-0

Supervillain Origins Loki-0

Chitauri Staff *Mind Control
*Shoot ice beam from the Casket of Ancient Winters
**Freeze water
**Put out fires
**Freeze enemies
*Telekinesis
*Teleport
Marvel Venus #6 (August, 1949) (Golden Age incarnation);
Journey into Mystery #85 (October, 1962) (Silver Age incarnation)
Trio of the Most Powerful 500,000 Studs
Man-Bat
(Kirk Langstrom)
Man-Bat (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Man-Bat-1

Supervillain Origins Man-Bat-1

Claws *Flight
*Ultrasonic echolocation
**Shatter glass
*Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
DC Detective Comcis #500 (June, 1970) Face of Ace 260,000 Studs
Manchester Black
Manchester Black (Lego Batman 4)
Manchester Black was the Union Jack wearing leader of a team of super-powered antiheroes known as The Elite. Very little is known about the Englishman's background; what little that is known include insinuations that he was abused both physically and sexually by his parents while growing up. Manchester later says that he used to love heroes, but when he grew up he realized that the only way to truly stop the villains was to kill them. N/A *Telekinesis
**Flight
**Shoot energy balls from hands
**Energy beam
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Mind Control
DC Action Comics #775 (March, 2001) LexCorp's Ironic Infiltration 200,000 Studs
Metallo
(John Wayne Corben)
Metallo (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Metallo-0

Supervillain Origins Metallo-0

N/A *Kryptonite laser from chest
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Computer Hacking
*Hazard Protection
DC Action Comics #252 (May, 1959) Laboratories for Monkeys 300,000 Studs
Mr. Fantastic
(Reed Richards)
Mister Fantastic (Lego Batman 4)
The leader of the space expedition crew, Reed Richards was affected by cosmic rays, granting him elasticity. Reed became the leader of the Fantastic Four, Mister Fantastic. N/A *Computer Hacking
*Glide
*Grapple with arms
*Pull objects with arms
*Pass through grates
*Transform on Special Spots
Marvel Fantastic Four #1 (November, 1961) Science in Heaven 480,000 Studs
Mr. Mxyzptlk
Mr. Mxyzptlk (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillians Origins Mr Mxyzptlk

Supervillians Origins Mr Mxyzptlk

N/A *Flight
*Shoot energy balls from hands
*Shoot energy beam from hands
**Destroy Gold Walls
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Pass through grates
*Telekinesis
*Magnetokinesis
*Healing Factor
DC Superman #30 (September, 1944) LexCorp's Ironic Infiltration 280,000 Studs
Ms. Marvel
(Carol Susan Jane Danvers)
Ms Marvel (Lego Batman 4)
Carol Danvers is an officer in the United States Air Force and Security Chief of a restricted military base, where Danvers meets Dr. Walter Lawson, the human alias of alien Kree hero Captain Marvel. In a later story, Danvers is caught in the explosion of a Kree device, after being kidnapped by Yon-Rogg. Although Captain Marvel manages to save her life, Danvers sustains serious injuries. The energy exposure from the explosion of a device called the "Psyche-Magnetron" caused Danvers's genetic structure to meld with Captain Marvel's, effectively turning her into a human-Kree hybrid. N/A *Energy Blasts from hands
*Energy Beam from hands
*Flight
Marvel Marvel Super-Heroes #13 (March, 1968) Class is in Session 330,000 Studs
Mysterio
(Quentin Beck)
Mysterio (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Mysterio

Supervillain Origins Mysterio

N/A *Cloaking Device
*Mind Control
*Computer Hacking
Shoot energy blasts from hands
*Energy Beam
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #2 (May, 1963) High in the Sky 240,000 Studs
Nicholas "Nick" Joseph Fury
Nick Fury (Lego Batman 4)
Origins Nick Fury

Origins Nick Fury

Guns *Computer Hacking
*Agility
*Cloaking Device
Marvel Sgt Fury and his Howling Commandos #1 (May, 1963) Final Curtain (Possibly) 300,000 Studs
Nightwing
(Richard "Dick" John Grayson)
Nightwing (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Dick Grayson

Superhero Origins Dick Grayson

Bo Staff *Acrobatics
*Throw staff into sockets
*Grapple
*Computer Hacking
DC Detective Comics #38 (April, 1940) Assault on the Batcave 490,000 Studs
Ocean Master
(Orm Marius)
Ocean Master (Lego Batman 4)
Ocean Master is the evil half-brother of Aquaman, son of his father and another woman. Determined to usurp the throne of Atlantis, he employs piracy and terrorism to reach his goals. His powerful mystic abilities are channeled through his trident, although he also has access to technology and many other weapons. Magic Trident *Swimming
*Computer Hacking
*Hydrokinesis
**Put out fires
*Mind Control
*Shoot energy blasts from trident
DC Aquaman #29 (October, 1966) That Continent Southwest of Spain 350,000 Studs
Penguin
(Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot)
Penguin (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Penguin

Supervillain Origins Penguin

Umbrella Rifle *Glide
*Deploy explosive Penguin Robots
**Destroy silver bricks
DC Detective Comics #58 (December, 1941) What Do You Have Against Asylums? 320,000 Studs
Poison Ivy
(Pamela Lilian Isley)
Poison Ivy (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Poison Ivy

Supervillain Origins Poison Ivy

Vine *Hazard Protection
*Pass through Flower Beds
*Acrobatics
DC Batman #181 (June, 1966) What Do You Have Against Asylums? 300,000 Studs
Professor X
(Charles Francis Xavier)
Professor X (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Professor X (Redux)

Superhero Origins Professor X (Redux)

N/A *Mental Blasts
*Mind Control
Marvel X-Men #1 (September, 1963) Final Curtain (Possibly) 350,000 Studs
Quicksilver
(Pietro Maximoff)
Quicksilver (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Quicksilver

Superhero Origins Quicksilver

N/A *Enhanced walking speed
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
Spinning attack
Agility
Marvel X-Men #4 (March, 1964) Class is in Session 340,000 Studs
Red Hood
(Jason Todd)
Red Hood (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Jason Todd

Superhero Origins Jason Todd

Guns *Grapple
*Computer Hacking
*Acrobatics
DC Batman #408 (June, 1987) Assault on the Batcave 270,000 Studs
Red Tornado
Red Tornado (Android) (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Red Tornado

Superhero Origins Red Tornado

N/A *Flight
*Fire tornados from hands
*Computer Hacking
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
DC Justice League of America #64 (August, 1968) Final Curtain (Possibly) 450,000 Studs
Reptil
(Humberto Lopez)
Reptil (Lego Batman 4)
Humberto Lopez's parents were paleontologists that dug up a crystallized bone when he was with them in the desert. The medallion had a strange energy in it that had to do with dinosaurs. Under the codename Reptil, Humberto used it to obtain the abilities of any dinosaur by thinking of it and even had an empathy to sense dinosaurs and other reptiles. Claws *Flight
*Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
*Pass through grates
*Enhanced walking speed
*Transform into Tyrannosaurus
Marvel Avengers: The Initiative Featuring Reptil #1 (May, 2009) Final Curtain (Possibly) 250,000 Studs
Rescue
(Virginia "Pepper" Potts)
Rescue (Lego Batman 4)
When Tony is blamed for the Skrull invasion of Earth that occurs in the 2008 storyline "Secret Invasion", S.H.I.E.L.D. is taken over by Norman Osborn, replaced with H.A.M.M.E.R., and Stark and Maria Hill are fired, along with all of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s employees. Tony realizes that Osborn is after the identities of superhumans that registered with the government following the passage of the Superhuman Registration Act that occurred during the "Civil War" storyline, which is stored in a database in his brain. Stark decides to go underground with Hill, and to wipe the knowledge in his own brain. Stark makes Pepper the new CEO of Stark Industries, trusting only her to shut down the company in his absence. Pepper discovers a secret room in Stark's office which contains a suit of armor that he made especially for her, which she uses under the name Rescue. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Flight
*Repulsor Blasts
*Unibeam
*Computer Healing
Marvel Tales of Suspense #45 (September, 1963) Designation: Octavius 250,000 Studs
Sauron
(Karl Lykos)
Sauron (Lego Batman 4)
Karl Lykos was the son of an explorer's guide. As a teenager, he accompanied his father to Tierra del Fuego as the elder Lykos guided a wealthy client named Mr. Anderssen and Anderssen's young daughter, Tanya. While defending Tanya from mutant Pteranodons, Karl was bitten by one of the creatures. During his recovery, he discovered that he could now drain the life-force of other organisms. He found himself repeatedly tempted to use his new power, feeling that he needed to drain life energy from other humans or animals to survive. When Karl's father died, Mr. Anderssen took Karl into his home in thanks for rescuing Tanya. As the years passed, Karl and Tanya fell in love, but Tanya's wealthy father would not allow her to date Karl because of his lack of wealth. In an effort to win Mr. Anderssen's support, Karl went to medical school and became a physician, geneticist, and hypnotherapist. He treated patients through hypnosis, but secretly robbed them of energy at the same time. Dr. Lykos became a colleague of Professor Charles Xavier, and first encountered the X-Men when they sought treatment for Havok. Absorbing Havok's mutant energy transformed him into a vampiric, pterodactyl-like monster with human intelligence and superhuman hypnotic powers. He named himself Sauron, after J.R.R. Tolkien's villain (also reminiscent of the word saurus, Latin for lizard), and battled the X-Men, as a would-be conqueror. Claws *Flight
*Mind Control
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Fire Breath
**Melt ice
Marvel X-Men #59 (August, 1969) Final Curtain (Possibly) 300,000 Studs
Scorpion
(MacDonald "Mac" Gargan)
Scorpion (Lego Batman 4)
Former private investigator Mac Gargan was hired by J. Jonah Jameson to find out how Peter Parker was able to get incredible pictures of Spider-Man. Gargan's efforts to locate Peter in order to find out the truth triggered Parker's spider sense, making him easily avoidable every time. Frustrated, Jameson decided to pay $10,000 to Gargan to be the subject of an experiment. The experiment, created by Dr. Farley Stillwell, a researcher in animal mutation, which endowed the subject with the characteristic of another animal. Unfortunately the process resulted in the loss of Gargan's sanity, and the creation of the super-powered criminal menace known as the Scorpion. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Wall Climbing
*Acid Stream from Robotic Tail
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #19 (December, 1964) Final Curtain (Possibly) 350,000 Studs
Shazam
(William "Billy" Joseph Batson)
Shazam (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Shazam DC's Captain Marvel

Superhero Origins Shazam DC's Captain Marvel

N/A *Transform into Shazam
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups) (Shazam)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight (Shazam)
*Hazard Protection (Shazam)
*Perform flash builds (Shazam)
*Overheat treadmills (Shazam)
*Shoot electricity from hands (Shazam)
**Shoot electric blasts from hands
**Activate Electricity Switches
*Healing Factor (Shazam)
DC Whiz Comics #2 (February, 1940) Hall of Mayhem 250,000 Studs
Sportsmaster
(Lawrence "Crusher" Crock)
Sportsmaster (Lego Batman 4)
Crock was a very competitive sportsman, who excelled in many sports, but not fair play. He went to great lengths to win, but found his future shattered when he deliberately injured an opponent in a football match. He was banned from playing any sport on a professional level. Crock decided to turn to crime. Donning a mask, he led a gang to rob a polo match, but was foiled by Alan Scott, the first Green Lantern on Earth. He seemingly fell to his death, but resurfaced later, now as the costumed villain Sportsmaster. He squared off with Green Lantern several times more, always staging raids on sports-related events. He usually got away by faking his death. Baseball Bat *Computer Hacking
*Agility
DC All-American Comics #85 (May, 1947) Laboratories for Monkeys 150,000 Studs
Vincent Stegron
Stegron (Lego Batman 4)
Dr. Vincent Stegron was working as an assistant to Dr. Curtis Connors on a project for S.H.I.E.L.D. that used dinosaur tissue supplied by Ka-Zar from the Savage Land. Vincent became obsessed with the Lizard experiments and decided to steal the dinosaur extract. He fled to the Savage Land and ingested the formula, turning himself into a human-Stegosaurus hybrid. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
Marvel Marvel Team-Up #19 (March, 1974) Savagery of the Phanerozic 150,000 Studs
Suprgirl
(Kara Zor-El)
Supergirl (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Supergirl

Superhero Origins Supergirl

N/A *Flight
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Heat Vision
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*X-Ray Vision
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*Ice breath
**Freeze water
**Put out fires
**Freeze enemies
DC Action Comics #252 (May, 1959) Trio of the Most Powerful 400,000 Studs
Swamp Thing
Swamp Thing (Lego Batman 4)
Swamp Thing is an elemental creature who shares a connection to all plant life on the planet Earth through a network called the Green. He is a mass of vegetable matter that absorbed the memories and personality of Alec Holland, a botanist who died in a swamp shortly after creating a hormonal Bio-Restorative Formula for plants. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Search through Swamp Spots
DC Swamp Thing #1 (November, 1972) Face of Ace 200,000 Studs
Ultra-Humanite
Ultra-Humanite (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillians Origins Ultra-Humanite

Supervillians Origins Ultra-Humanite

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Roar
*Mind Control
DC Action Comics #13 (June, 1939) LexCorp's Ironic Infiltration 180,000 Studs
Ultron
Ultron (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Ultron

Supervillain Origins Ultron

N/A *Adamantium Exoskeleton
**Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
***Break Open Special Walls
*Computer Hacking
*Flight
*Energy Blasts from hands
*Laser from mouth
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Mind Control
Marvel Avengers #54 (July, 1968) Big House for a Zoo 200,000 Studs
Vandal Savage
(Vandar Adg)
Vandal Savage (Lego Batman 4)
Vandal Savage is an immortal warrior who intends to conquer the planet. Thousands of years ago, as a caveman during the Prehistoric Era, he was exposed to a meteorite that enhanced his physiology. He was the inspiration for the biblical figure Cain, having committed the first recorded murder, making him an important figure in the Religion of Crime. Throughout the ages he has been an influential figure in history, manipulating many of its greatest conflicts. In the modern era he regularly fights against the Justice League, his greatest enemies. Master of planning and many forms of combat, having survived and adapted through countless centuries, Savage is an extremely dangerous and formidable opponent. Although his campaigns frequently meet with heavy resistance, he is resilient in the knowledge that he will outlive all those who oppose him. Sword Healing Factor DC Green Lantern #10 (December, 1943) Savagery of the Phanerozoic 300,000 Studs
Vision
Vision (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins The Vision

Superhero Origins The Vision

N/A *Flight
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Detective Sense
*Computer Hacking
*Laser beam from head
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Pass through grates
Marvel Marvel Mystery Comics #13 (November, 1940) (Vision alis with Aarkus);
Avengers #57 (October, 1968) (Robot Vision)
Final Curtain (Possibly) 400,000 Studs
War Machine
(James "Jim" Rupert Rhodes)
War Machine (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins War Machine

Superhero Origins War Machine

Shoulder-mounted Rocket Launcher *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight
*Missiles
**Destroy silver bricks
Marvel Iron Man #118 (January, 1979) Designation: Octavius 300,000 Studs
Wasp
(Janet van Dyne)
Wasp (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Wasp

Superhero Origins Wasp

N/A *Flight
**Shrinking
*Pass through grates
*Sting Blasts from hands
Marvel Tales to Astonish #44 (June, 1963) Big House of a Zoo 170,000 Studs
Whirlwind
(David Cannon)
Whirlwind (Lego Batman 4)
David Cannon is a mutant, who after discovering at an early age that he could move at great speeds turns to a life of crime. This eventually brings Cannon, using his first alias the Human Top and pursuing his career as a jewel thief, into conflict with Ant-Man and the Wasp on several occasions. Defeated each time, Cannon then redesigns his costume and adopts the alias of Whirlwind, and adopts the identity of "Charles Matthews", chauffeur of Janet Van Dyne. Saw Blades *Throw saw blades
*Partial Whirlwind
**Flight
*Spinning attack
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*Acrobatics
*Agility
Marvel Tales to Astonish #50 (December, 1963) What Happened To Wind & Water? 170,000 Studs
Wonder Man
(Simon Williams)
Wonder Man (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Wonder Man

Superhero Origins Wonder Man

N/A *Flight
*X-Ray Vision
*Hazard Protection
*Shoot ionic energy blasts from hands
*Shoot ionic energy laser from eyes
**Cut Gold Walls
*Melt ice
*Healing Factor
Marvel Avengers #9 (October, 1964) Science in Heaven 200,000 Studs
Zabu
Zabu (Lego Batman 4)
One of the last of the Smilodons, Zabu began living in the Savage Lands. He attempted to raid a village, but Zabu was tamed by Kevin Plunder (later known as Ka-Zar). Zabu became Kevin's ally and pet. Exposure to radioactive mists gave Zabu near-human intelligence. N/A *Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
Marvel X-Men #10 (March, 1965) Savagery of the Phanerozoic 200,000 Studs

Pink Brick Mission Characters

These characters are found in the Pink Brick missions of the game.

Alias Image Origin Weapon Abilities Franchise Debut How-to-Unlock Price
Attuma
Attuma (Lego Batman 4)
Attuma is an Atlantean warlord who believes himself the prophesized ruler of the undersea world, so he has tried to take over Atlantis several times, only to be stopped by the rightful king Namor. Three-bladed sword *Swimming
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Agility
Marvel Fantastic Four #33 (December, 1964) Complete Wait, How Many Leagues? 400,000 Studs
King Cobra
(Klaus Voorhees)
King Cobra (Klaus Voorhees) (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

Klaus Voorhees was an ex-convict working with the humanitarian medical researcher Professor Ezekiel Shecktor in India on a universal anti-toxin for snake venom. Jealous of Shecktor's success, Voorhees plotted to kill him and make the murder look like an accident. Hence, Voorhees induced one of the cobras kept in the laboratory to bite both Shecktor and himself. Voorhees planned to use the universal anti-toxin to save himself from death. Unknown to Voorhees, the cobra had been irradiated. The combination of the radioactive venom in his bloodstream and the experimental anti-toxin which he used created a mutagenic catalyst which gave Voorhees certain cobra-like powers. Assuming the costumed guise of the Cobra, Voorhees used his new found superhuman abilities for crime. N/A Grapple objects with arms
*Pull objects with arms
*Pass through grates
*Wall Climbing
*Shoot missiles from chest armor
**Destroy silver bricks
Marvel Journey into Mystery #98 (November, 1963) Complete Too Many Snakes in the Grass 350,000 Studs
Kobra
(Jeffrey Franklin Burr)
Kobra (Jeffrey Burr) (DC Comics)

Design for Figure

Jeffrey Franklin, known better as Kobra, was a cult leader and military tactician with the goal of world domination with unlimited resources and tens of thousands of followers. Born with a twin brother named Jason, he was kidnapped shortly after his birth by the Kobra Cult and raised to be their leader. Into adulthood, Kobra discovered that he shared a psychic link with his brother, which could be used against them. The cult could not risk killing Jason without harming Jeffrey, but they later developed a device that shut off the link, and Kobra had Jason killed. Some called him the deadliest man on Earth. He had mostly kept his operations confined to Asia and Europe. However, he began expanding to the Midwest in the United States, where he would come into conflict with its heroes. Cobra Staff Computer Hacking DC Kobra #1 (March, 1976) Complete Too Many Snakes in the Grass 300,000 Studs
Namor McKenzie, the Sub-Mariner
Namor the Sub-Mariner (Lego Batman 4)
Namor - Origins

Namor - Origins

In this reality, Aquman and Namor are co-kings of Atlantis

Neptune's Trident *Swimming
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Agility
*Healing Factor
*Flight via foot wings
*Hydrokinesis via trident
**Put out fires
*Shoot energy blasts from trident
Marvel Motion Picture Funnies Weekly #1 (April, 1939) Complete Wait, How Many Leagues? 400,000 Studs


Hidden

Alias Image Origin Weapon Abilities Franchise Debut Level Price
Copperhead
Copperhead (DC Comics)

Design for Figure

Copperhead's origins are shrouded in mystery. A master contortionist and escape artist, he adopted a snake motif and decided to use his talents to commit crimes. His first recorded adventure came when he disguised himself as an old man and attempted to steal the tiara of a wealthy dignitary visiting Gotham City. N/A *Agility
*Pass through grates
*Wall Climbing
DC Brave and the Bold #78 (June, 1968) Too Many Snakes in the Grass 300,000 Studs
Death Adder
(Roland Burroughs)
Death Adder (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

Roland Burroughs underwent surgery thanks to the Roxxon Oil Company, giving him gills, claws, and a bionic tail, as well as certain other physiological changes. As a result of a mistake during the surgery to give him gills, Burroughs was rendered mute. He was also given a special costume and the alias Death Adder. Claws *Wall Climbing
*Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
*Swimming
*Agility
Marvel Marvel Two-In-One #64 (June, 1980) Too Many Snakes in the Grass 350,000 Studs
Diamondback
(Rachel Leighton)
Diamondback (Lego Batman 4)
Rachel Leighton was born in Austin, Texas. However, she spent her formative years in the Lower East Side of New York City. Rachel had a brother, Danny, also known as Cutthroat. It was Danny and another of her brothers, Ricky, who originally fell in with a gang lead by a man known as "Bing". Yearning to be included, she approached Bing alone. Upon claiming she would do anything to join the gang, Rachel was beaten up by Bing, who years later became the costumed mercenary Crossbones. Rachel later became a mercenary, Diamondback. Diamond-shaped throwing knives Agility Marvel Hero for Hire #1 (June, 1972) (Diamondback alias with Willis Stryker);
Captain America #310 (October, 1985) (Rachel Leighton)
Too Many Snakes in the Grass 300,000 Studs
Namorita Prentiss
Namorita (Lego Batman 4)
Namorita was born to Namora, half-human cousin of Atlantis's Prince Namor. Unknown to her husband Talan, Namora became pregnant via genetic manipulation by Atlantean scientist Vyrra, who implanted her with her own clone (infused with genes from Atlantis's greatest warriors). Talan died when Namorita was three, and she and Namora relocated to Lemuria. Eventually Namora was poisoned by her rival, Llyra, when Namorita was still a pre-adolescent. Llyra assumed the throne of Lemuria soon after, and Namorita remained in her care, suspecting her of Namora's supposed death but unable to prove it. When Namor reunited with the cousin he had not seen since her infancy, he entrusted her welfare to his longtime surface friend, Betty Prentiss. Under Prentiss' guidance, Namorita attended high school and college. Namorita eventually considered Betty to be her second mother and took her last name when she died. N/A *Swimming
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Agility
*Healing Factor
*Flight via foot wings
*Absorb electricity
Marvel Sub-Mariner #50 (June, 1972) Wait, How Many Legues? 350,000 Studs
Stingray
(Walter Newell)
Stingray (Lego Batman 4)
Dr. Walter Newell is a brilliant oceanographer and engineer. He supervised the construction of a domed undersea city with plans to grow food for mankind. The city was attacked by the Plunderer, but he was stopped by the Atlanteans Namor, the Sub-Mariner and Lady Dorma, but the city was destroyed. Tiger Shark attempted to unleash a deadly virus, but Namor - with the help of Newell - ensured that it caused no harm. Unfortunately, Tiger Shark escaped. Walter designed a unique suit for deep sea exploration. He took the name Stingray, despite basing some of its design on manta rays. N/A *Computer Hacking
*Swimming
*Glide
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Shoot electricity from hands
**Shoot electric blasts from hands
**Activate Electricity Switches
Marvel Tales to Astonish #95 (September, 1967) Wait, How Many Legues? 350,000 Studs
Tiger Shark
(Todd Arliss)
Tiger Shark (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

Todd Arliss was swimmer who took part in the Olympic Games. He later damaged his spinal cord when he rescued a drowning man. Desperate to regain his swimming ability, Arliss willingly participated in an experiment by the scientist Dr. Lemuel Dorcas. He "cured" him by blending his DNA with that of Namor the Sub-Mariner and a tiger shark. Although successful, the process changed Arliss both physically and mentally: he now had razor-sharp teeth and gills and had become savage and predatory. Becoming a supervillain and calling himself Tiger Shark, he found and threatened Lady Dorma and was then crowned Lord of Atlantis. The Sub-Mariner, however, soon deposed Tiger Shark and the two became implacable foes. Claws *Wall Climbing
*Dig
*Activate Claw Sitches
*Swimming
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Agility
*Healing Factor
Marvel Sub-Mariner #5 (September, 1968) Wait, How Many Legues? 350,000 Studs

Other

Alias Image Origin Weapon Abilities Franchise Debut Cost
3-D Man
(Charles "Chuck" Chandler)
3-D Man (Lego Batman 4)
Brothers Chuck and Hal Chandler were born in Los Angeles, California. As a test pilot for NASA in 1958, Chuck was piloting the experimental XF-13 rocket plane when he was captured by Skrull invaders. They attempted to interrogate him, but Chuck escaped, damaging the Skrulls' warp drive in the process. The Skrull saucer exploded as Chuck flew away, exposing him to strange radiation. He crashed the XF-13 in the Mojave Desert, and when his younger, crippled brother Hal attempted to rescue him, Chuck disappeared, believed to have been killed. Hal, a research scientist, discovered that Chuck's image had been imprinted on the lenses of his glasses, and that Chuck had been transformed into a two-dimensional being. When Hal wore the glasses and concentrated, he triggered a dimensional shift that caused Chuck to materialize into a three-dimensional existence. In his new form Chuck wore a green and red bodysuit, and his normal strength, speed, and durability had been tripled. Thus he cebame the costumed 3-D Man. N/A Agility Marvel Marvel Premiere #35 (April, 1977) 150,000 Studs
A-Bomb
(Richard "Rick" Milhouse Jones)
A-Bomb (Lego Batman 4)
Rick Jones was tresspassing in the testing facility that gave birth to the Hulk, and was saved by Bruce Banner. Afterwards, he went to become involved as a sidekick to major superheroes like Captain America and the original Captain Marvel. Years later, he was kidnapped by M.O.D.O.C. and the Intelligencia, and mutated into a blue-skinned creature similar to Abomination. Rick then dubbed himself "A-Bomb" and became an ally to the Hulk with his powers. N/A *Transform into Rick Jones (and vice versa)
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups) (big fig)
**Thunder Clap (big fig)
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls (big fig)
*Roar (big fig)
*Hazard Protection (big fig)
*Camouflage (big fig)
Marvel Incredible Hulk #1 (May, 1962) 470,000 Studs
Abigail Brand
Abigail Brand (Lego Batman 4)
Abigail Brand’s father is a blue-furred extraterrestrial that mated with a mutant woman. At some point in her childhood she observed an unrevealed confrontation involving her father, which apparently influenced her to join S.W.O.R.D. (Sentient Worlds Observation and Response Department), a spy agency that deals with extraterrestrial threats to world security. By the age of 28, the abrasive but highly competent Brand was promoted to S.W.O.R.D. director, but her lack of social skills made her unpopular with S.W.O.R.D.’s agents. At some point, Brand had the words “Grace” and “Anna” tattooed on her arms for unrevealed reasons. Blaster Agility Marvel Astonishing X-Men Vol. 3 #3 (September, 2004) 300,000 Studs
Abin Sur
Abin Sur (Lego Batman 4)
Abin Sur was the Green Lantern of Sector 2814, one of the greatest members of the Green Lantern Corps until his untimely tragic death. His starship crash-landed on the planet Earth, killing him and causing his ring to seek out a replacement. Hal Jordan was deemed most worthy to become his successor, making the first human Green Lantern. Born on the planet Ungara, his best friend was Thaal Sinestro who also married his sister Arin Sur and fathered his niece Soranik. Amon Sur, his son, is a notorious villain and member of the Sinestro Corps. He is also responsible for the creation of the Indigo Tribe. Green Lantern Power Ring *Flight
*Swimming
*Shoot green light blasts from ring
*Green light beam
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Perform green light constructs
*Dig via green light constructs
*Grapple objects via green light constructs
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
DC Showcase #22 (October, 1959) 400,000 Studs
Abra Kadabra
(Citizen Abra)
Abra Kadabra (Lego Batman 4)
Abra Kadabra is an enemy to the Flash from the 64th Century who uses advanced technology to make it appear as though he is using magic. His prowess and sadistic attitude make him one of the Flash's most dangerous villains. Later he becomes an actual magic-user when he gains powers through a deal with Neron. He has been a frequent member of the Rogues N/A *Telekineis
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
*Shoot energy beam from hands
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Flight
*Computer Hacking
DC The Flash #128 (May, 1962) 300,000 Studs
Absorbing Man
(Carl "Creel" Creel)
Absorbing Man (Lego Batman 4)
Convicted felon and former professional boxer Carl "Crusher" Creel was in prison for aggravated assault when he was, unknowingly, hand-picked by Loki to gain the power to absorb the physical properties of anything he came in contact with, hoping it would mean defeat for Thor. Despite losing in his battle with Thor, Creel continually clashed with The God of Thunder, as well as with The Incredible Hulk. After numerous losses, Creel would team up with the villianess Titania, who he would eventually marry. Wrecking Ball *Absorb material from the ground (color is based on what you're standing on)
**Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
***Break Open Special Walls
Marvel Daredevil #1 (April, 1964) 300,000 Studs
Adam Strange
Adam Strange (Lego Batman 4)
Adam Strange is the human champion of the alien planet Rann, an archaeologist who fights monsters using a jet pack and ray gun. Because of the massive amount of time he spends on Rann, he has formed a family there with his wife Alanna and daughter Aleea. His mentor is Alanna's father Sardath, Rann's greatest scientist. Blaster *Flight (via jetpack)
*Computer Hacking
DC Showcase #17 (December, 1958) 200,000 Studs
Adam Warlock
Adam Warlock (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Adam Warlock

Superhero Origins Adam Warlock

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Flight
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*Super Sense
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
*Shoot energy beam from hand
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Telekinesis
*Mind Control
*Magnetokinesis
*Teleport
*Hazard Protection
Marvel Fantastic Four #66 (September, 1967) 500,000 Studs
Agent Venom
(Eugene "Flash" Thompson)
Agent Venom (Lego Batman 4)
Eugene "Flash" Thompson was a former classmate and bully of Peter Parker. Flash grew up in Forest Hills, Queens, New York. He later joined the United States Army and later became the new Venom when he was enlisted as a part of Project: Rebirth 2.0. Flash was bonded with the symbiote, recently acquired by the U.S. government after Mac Gargan's arrest after the Siege of Asgard. While bonded, Flash was able to reproduce his legs and had powers comparable to Spider-Man. Guns (minifig) *Size Alteration
*Super Sense (minifig)
*Web Swinging
*Wall Climbing (mini fig)
*Shot Webs from hands (big fig)
*Go through Symbiote Passages (minifig)
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups) (big fig)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Roar (big fig)
Marvel Amazing Fantasy #15 (August, 1962) 350,000 Studs
Alphonso "Mac" Mackenzie
Al Mackenzie

Design for Figure

Al "Mac" MacKenzie was born in Austin, Texas. He joined the C.I.A. and rose through the ranks to become one of their top agents. He became the C.I.A.'s liaison to S.H.I.E.L.D.. He came to know the leading agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., including Jimmy Woo and Jasper Sitwell. Mac was a traditionalist and was uncomfortable with all the advanced technology used by S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. Rifle *Agility
*Throw bombs
**Destroy silver bricks
Marvel Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. #3 (August, 1988) 250,000 Studs
Alan Ladd Wellington Scott
Alan Scott (Lego Batman 4)
Alan Scott is the original superhero known as Green Lantern. The weapon he wields is a mystic power ring that turns his thoughts into energy constructs. Although he has never actually been a member of the Green Lantern Corps, his ring taps into the same power source that fuels them. His family includes his two children Jade and Obsidian along with his wife Molly Mayne. As one of the oldest heroes still active today, Alan Scott continues to fight against evil relentlessly and also acts as a mentor to the younger generation of metahumans in need of guidance. Starheart Power Ring *Flight
*Swimming
*Shoot green light blasts from ring
*Green light beam
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Perform green light constructs
*Dig via green light constructs
*Grapple objects via green light constructs
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
DC All-American Comics #16 (July, 1940) 400,000 Studs
Amanda Waller
Amanda Waller (Lego Batman 4)
Comic Book Origins Amanda Waller

Comic Book Origins Amanda Waller

Guns N/A DC Legends #1 (November, 1986) 300,000 Studs
Ambush Bug
(Irwin Schwab)
Ambush Bug (Lego Batman 4)
Scientist, Brum-El, from the dying planet, Schwab, intended to launch his wardrobe into space after he found out he couldn't save his wife or son. During its journey, the suit got bitten by a radioactive space spider. The pod crashed on Earth, only two articles of clothing surviving. The Ambush Bug suit, and Argh!Yle!, an argyle sock with a metal mask. The suit then found average guy Irwin Schwab after it landed on Earth. Irwin, who had been a coach potato all his life, concluded that he needed to learn all he could from books after his TV broke down. He decided to use the suit to become a supervillain. This resulted in several confrontations with Superman, the Doom Patrol (who he later joined), and the Legion of Substitute-Heroes, and, before he found the suit and was just Irwin Schwab, he was thrown into Arkham Asylum for awhile (he even apparently made friends with The Joker, and tried to hang himself by his heels in his cell, and convinced several staff members that they were crazy). N/A *Teleportation
*Agility
DC DC Comics Presents #52 (December, 1982) 300,000 Studs
Amon Sur
Amon Sur

Design for Figure

Amon Sur is an alien supervillain and enemy to Green Lantern. Born on Ungara, he is the son of legendary hero Abin Sur. His father's service to the Green Lantern Corps led him to hate them, as he felt his father neglected him. Amon grew up to lead the Black Circle crime syndicate, becoming one of the most feared men in the galaxy. This eventually allowed him to join the Sinestro Corps, taking a Yellow Power Ring. Yellow Lantern Power Ring *Flight
*Swimming
*Shoot yellow light blasts from ring
*Yellow light beam
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Perform yellow light constructs
*Dig via yellow light constructs
*Grapple objects via yellow light constructs
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
DC Green Lantern Vol 3 #162 (June, 2003) 400,000 Studs
Anaconda
(Blanche Sitznski)
Anaconda (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

A steelworker, Blanche Sitznski was selected by executives in the Roxxon Oil Company to be a special agent in covert operations. At the Mutagenics Laboratory of Roxxon's subsidiary, the Brand Corporation, Sitznski was bioengineered to have various permanent serpentine adaptations. Her first mission, as part of the new Serpent Squad (the team roster consisting of Sidewinder, Black Mamba, and Death Adder), was to retrieve the ancient power object called the Serpent Crown for Roxxon president, Hugh Jones, which ended in disaster. N/A *Grapple with arms
*Pull objects with arms
*Swimming
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
Marvel Marvel Two-In-One #64 (June, 1980) 350,000 Studs
Anarky
(Lonnie Machin)
Anarky (Lego Batman 4)
Anarky is Lonnie Machin, a teenage prodigy who, believing in anarchism, creates improvised gadgets and attempts to subvert government in order to improve society. Batman recognizes him as a force for good, but does not support his violent methods. He is one of Batman's most influential and chaotic enemies. He is believed to be the son of the Joker. Cocktails *Computer Hacking
*Acrobatics
*Agility
DC Detective Comics #608 (September, 1989) 250,000 Studs
Angel
(Warren Kenneth Worthington III)
Angel (Warren Worthington) (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

Superhero Origins Angel

Superhero Origins Angel

N/A *Flight
*Healing Factor
Marvel X-Men #1 (September, 1963) 300,000 Studs
Angle Man
(Angelo Bend)
Angle Man

Design for Figure

Angle Man is a supervillain and enemy to Wonder Woman who commits crimes themed around the usage of angles. Born in Italy, he grew up to become a master thief using his special Angler to warp space and time. Angler *Flight
*Shoot energy blasts from Angler
*Shoot energy beam from Angler
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Teleportation
DC Wonder Woman #62 (November, 1953) (Angle Man alias with "Angles" Andrews);
Wonder Woman #115 (July, 1960) (Angelo Bend)
250,000 Studs
Animal Man
(Bernhard "Buddy" Baker)
Animal Man

Design for Figure

Animal Man is a superhero who can use the abilities of any animal. His powers are gained from tapping into the morphogenic field known as The Red, giving him the power of any animal on the planet and sometimes the universe. In his secret identity he is an actor and stuntman, with a wife named Ellen Frazier and two children Cliff and Maxine living in San Diego. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight
*Swimming
*Agility
*Wall Climbing
*Camouflage
*Mind Control
*Shoot electricity from hands
**Shoot electric blasts from hands
**Activate Electricity Switches
*Super Sense
*Dig
*Acrivate Claw Switches
*Super Sense
DC Strange Adventures #180 (September, 1965) 350,000 Studs
Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man
(Sven Larsen)
Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man

Design for Figure (minus the Doom Patrol)

Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man is a supervillain who fights the Doom Patrol. Formerly a student of Niles Caulder, Swedish scientist Sven Larson gained powers when he fell into a vat of myserious amino acids. His power is to transform any part of his body into a form of animal, vegetable or mineral; frequently he uses different combinations of all three for the most devastating effects. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight via sprouting wings
*Dig
*Search trhough Swamp Spots
DC Doom Patrol #89 (August, 1964) 200,000 Studs
Annihilus
Annihilus (Lego Batman 4)
Untold millennia ago, the Tyannans, a technologically-advanced semi-humanoid/leonine species of the anti-matter universe the Negative Zone, seeded barren worlds with life spores. A freak meteor collision hurled one of their ships into the volcanic planet Arthros, where the crew released their spores before starving to death. Many generations later, one of those spores evolved into a weak insectoid creature. Significantly intelligent due to a mutation, the creature found the Tyannan starship wreckage and used a knowledge transference helmet to master the advanced Tyannan technology. This enhanced his intelligence and strength, creating a "Cosmic Control Rod" and body armaments. Obsessed with survival, the paranoid creature, who came to be known as Annihilus, set out to destroy any other living being he viewed as a possible threat to his existence. Annihilus used his newly acquired power to dominate other lifeforms that had arisen from the spores on Arthros, and plotted to either conquer or destroy the neighboring worlds in the Negative Zone. He transformed many prisoners via the Tyannans' Gene Transmuter into his servile Scavengers. Cosmic Control Rod *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight
*Hazard Protection
*Shoot energy blasts form hands
Marvel Fantastic Four Annual #6 (November, 1968) 400,000 Studs
Ant-Man
(Eric O'Grady)
Ant-Man (Eric O'Grady)

Design for Fugure

Eric O'Grady was a low-level agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. who in that agency's headquarters stumbled upon scientist Henry Pym's G.I. Ant-Man's Suit, and appropriated it for himself. He used his newfound suit to better his own life instead of humanity, in situations such as stealing his best friend's girlfriend and racing ants for sport. N/A *Shrink
*Agility
*Summon ants
*Wall Crawling via retractable robot arms
*Shoot bioelectric blasts from gauntlets
Marvel Civil War: Choosing Sides #1 (December, 2006) 300,000 Studs
Anton Arcane
Anton Arcane

Design for Figure

Anton Arcane, sometimes simply known as Arcane, is an evil sorcerer and scientist whose obsession with gaining immortality has led him to create monstrous creatures known as "Un-Men" as well as other monstrous biogenetic experimentations involving the dead. Another one of his creations was the Patchwork Man, who had once been Anton's own brother Gregori. He is the uncle of Abigail Arcane and also the arch-nemesis of Swamp Thing. N/A *Healing Factor
*Computer Hacking
*Summon zombies
DC Swamp Thing #2 (January, 1973) 300,000 Studs
Apocalypse
(En Sabah Nur)
Apocalypse (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Apocalypse

Supervillain Origins Apocalypse

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
*Hazard Protection
*Telekinesis
**Flight
*Mind Control
*Dig via turning hand into drill
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
*Shoot energy beam from hands
**Cut Gold Walls
*Melt ice
*Super Sense
Marvel X-Factor #5 (June, 1986) 500,000 Studs
Ares
Ares (Lego Batman 4)
Ares is the Greek god of war. He is one of the Twelve Olympians, and the son of Zeus and Hera. In Greek literature, he often represents the physical or violent and untamed aspect of war, in contrast to his sister the armored Athena, whose functions as a goddess of intelligence include military strategy and generalship. *Axe
*Sword (DC)
*Switch between DC & Marvel counterparts
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
*Hazard Protection
*Flight (DC)
*Telekinesis (DC)
*Mind Control (DC)
*Teleportation (DC)
*Shoot energy blasts from hands (DC)
*Agility (Marvel)
Wonder Woman #1 (June, 1942) (DC);
Venus #4 (April, 1949) (Marvel)
500,000 Studs
Argent
(Antonia "Toni" Louise Monetti)
Argent (DC Comics)

Deisgn for Figure

Argent is a superhero with the ability to create energy constructs out of plasma. She is half-alien in origin, having developed powers through relation to the H'San Natall. She became a member of the Teen Titans group led by Ray Palmer joining with several other affected youths. Later on she became a member of the Titans led by Nightwing following the Technic Imperative. Although she left the team during Graduation Day she remained a reservist for many years. N/A *Shoot silver plasma energy blasts from hands
*Shoot silver plasma energy beam
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Dig via silver plasma energy constructs
*Grapple objects via silver plasma energy constructs
*Flight via silver plasma energy constructs
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
DC Teen Titans Vol. 2 #1 (October, 1996) 350,000 Studs
Arkillo
Arkillo (Lego Batman 4)
Arkillo is an extra-terrestrial monster from the planet Vorn in Sector 674. Sinestro recruited him as one of the first agents in the Sinestro Corps, giving him a power ring based on his ability to instill fear. He is the villainous counterpart to Kilowog, drill sergeant of the Green Lantern Corps. Yellow Lantern Power Ring *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight
*Swimming
*Shoot yellow light blasts from ring
*Yellow light beam
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Perform yellow light constructs
*Dig via yellow light constructs
*Grapple objects via yellow light constructs
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
DC Green Lantern Vol. 4 #10 (May, 2006) 400,000 Studs
Arkkis Chummuck
Arkkis Chummuck

Design for Figure

Arkkis Chummuck is an alien superhero known as Green Lantern and a member of the Green Lantern Corps. The Guardians of the Universe gave him a power ring fueled by willpower to protect Space Sector 3014. His home planet is Toomey VI, where they believe in honoring their dead by eating them. He killed his predecessor Reever in honorable combat, and his successor after his own death was Barreer Wot. Green Lantern Power Ring *Flight
*Swimming
*Shoot green light blasts from ring
*Green light beam
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Perform green light constructs
*Dig via green light constructs
*Grapple objects via green light constructs
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
DC Green Lantern Vol. 2 #130 (July, 1980) 400,000 Studs
Arsenal
Arsenal (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

In the final months of World War II, American and other Allied scientists created a prototype weapon system code-named Arsenal, coupled with a control unit code-named Mistress, and both systems were designed to be capable of independent thought. Arsenal and Mistress were to be activated only in the event of an Axis victory, in order that fighting may continue if the war was lost. Obviously, they were never called into battle. Later, the American government hoped to use Arsenal in the growing Cold War, but the director of the project, Howard Stark convinced the government otherwise. However, Howard continued to experiment on the systems, and programmed the Mistress with the persona and brain patters of his wife. Arsenal and Mistress had remained dormant for many years, and above their lair, the Stark family mansion became the headquarters of the premier superhero team, the Avengers. During one of their battles, an errant sonic signal managed to activate Arsenal and Mistress. The reactivated weapons systems believed their activation meant the Axis infiltration of America. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Break Open Special Walls
*Shoot sir blasts from hands
*Missiles
**Destroy silver bricks
Marvel Iron Man #114 (September, 1978) 350,000 Studs
Artemis Lian Crock
Artemis (Lego Batman 4)
Daughter to the villains Sportsmaster and Huntress, Artemis wa trained from a young age to take over her father's position. At soem point her father divorced her mother, leaving Artemis and her mother alone. After the departure of Green Arrow's sidekick Speedy, Artemis later took over the part, Green Arrow and Batman creating a story about her being Green Arrow's niece in order to hide her criminal parentage, though this secret would not last. Bow *Shoot different arrow types
**Normal Arrows
***Three-at-once
**Explosive arrows
**Destroy silver bricks
**Grappling Arrows
**Plugged Arrows
*Acrobatics
*Agility
DC Infinity Inc. #34 (January, 1987) (as Tigress) 300,000 Studs
Atom
(Albert "Al" Pratt)
Atom (Al Pratt)

Design for Figure

Al Pratt was the first superhero to call himself the Atom, later succeeded by Ray Palmer. Originally a Calvin College student taking the name because of his diminutive stature, he was an incredible physical combatant despite his appearance and later gained superhuman strength. His son Damage was conceived with his wife Mary Pratt, and his god-son later became his successor as Atom Smasher. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
DC All-American Comics #19 (October, 1940) 370,000 Studs
Atom Smasher
(Albert "Al" Julian Rothstein)
Atom-Smasher (Lego Batman 4)
Al Rothstein is a superhero with the ability to grow in size and incredible strength. Son of the Golden Age hero the Atom, he is part of a costumed legacy. Originally he used the name Nuklon, although he later evolved to become Atom Smasher. N/A *Size Aleration
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Pass through grates
*Agility
DC All-Star Squadron #25 (September, 1983) 370,000 Studs
Atomic Skull
(Joseph Martin)
Atomic Skull (Joseph Martin)

Design for Figure

Joseph Martin was a Metropolis college student who began suffering periods of severe fatigue. When his regular physician was unable to offer an explanation, he was referred to S.T.A.R. Labs. His appointment coincided with Monarch's attack on the city. Caught up in the panicked evacuation when Monarch set up a bomb on the building, Martin found the lab where the Parasite was being held in a stasis tube. An energy discharge from Monarch's equipment arched through both men. Surviving the destruction of the building, Martin stumbled from the wreckage and headed back to his apartment where he collapsed. Waking the next morning, he found his hair had fallen out and that he was giving off an intermittent glow. Unable to reach S.T.A.R. by phone, and not having a clear recollection of the previous day's events, Martine decides to cycle back to the lab. Discovering three men stealing his bike from the apartment basement, he threatens to call the police. Two of the three proceeded to severely beat him. Enraged, he shrugged them off and grabbed the leader of the group. Taking on the speech patterns of a movie serial character, Martin immolated the leader. Leaving his apartment, Martin made his way to a movie theater showing The Curse of the Atomic Skull, a film he had gotten tickets for prior to his appointment at S.T.A.R. When Superman confronted him in the darkened theater, the film already underway, Martin lashed out, reciting the dialogue of the film's main character in sync with the scene playing on the screen, completely fallen under the delusion that he was the Atomic Skull. Martin displayed enhanced strength and energy powers that pose a serious threat to Superman. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
*Shoot energy laser from hands
**Cut Gold Walls
*Melt ice
DC Superman #303 (September, 1976) (Atomic Skull alias with Albert Michaels);
Action Comics #670 (October, 1991) (Joseph Martin)
350,000 Studs
Atrocitus
(Atros)
Atrocitus (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Atrocitus

Supervillain Origins Atrocitus

Red Lantern Power Ring *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight
*Swimming
*Shoot red light blasts from ring
*Breath red plasma beam
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt icebr />*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
*Perform red light constructs
*Dig via red light constructs
*Grapple objects via red light constructs
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
DC Green Lantern Vol. 4 #25 (January, 2008) 400,000 Studs
Aunt May Reilly-Parker
Aunt May (Lego Batman 4)
Aunt May Parker is Peter Parker's aunt. She was married to Ben Parker (who was later killed in an attempted robbery) and raised Peter Parker after his parent's death. Purse N/A Marvel Amazing Fantasy #15 (August, 1962) 150,000 Studs
Avalanche
(Dominikos Ioannis Petrakis)
Avalanche (Lego Batman 4)
Dominic Petros is an immigrant from Greece and a mutant with the powers to generate powerful seismic waves from his hands strong enough to shatter inorganic matter and create localized earthquakes. Being a mutant and seeing his own kind hunted and killed made him realize how ignorant mankind can be and he decided to hide his mutant powers from the world. He was approached by the mutant known as Mystique to join the second incarnation of the Brotherhood of Mutants in hopes of assassinating Senator Robert Kelly who wanted to register mutants. They attacked him during Kelly's hearings on the menace that mutants allegedly pose to humanity in general, but were stopped by the X-Men. N/A *Shoot vibrations from hands
*Cause a miniature earthquake
Marvel X-Men #141 (January, 1981) 350,000 Studs
Azazel
Azazel (Lego Batman 4)
A demonic-looking mutant and leader of the Neyaphem, Azazel was banished to a dimensional void due to his appearance. Becoming bitter at what he considered "Normal-looking" mutants, Azazel began fathering children with mutants bearing strange appearances, one of whom would become Nightcrawler, as a part of his overall plan to escape the void. He would clash with the X-Men over his plans before eventually being defeated and rebanished. Swords *Teleportation
*Shoot electric blasts from hands
*Disguise as businessman
*Mind Control
Marvel Uncanny X-Men #428 (October, 2003) 370,000 Studs
Azrael
(Jean-Paul Valley)
Azrael (Lego Batman 4)
Azrael is a legacy of religious crusaders and vigilantes passed down since medieval times. They are agents of the Order of St. Dumas, an extremist Christian cult that brainwashes soldiers into trained assassins. In the modern day, Ludovic Valley is known to have passed the mantle onto his son Jean-Paul Valley. Jean-Paul would become an apprentice of Batman and take over for him during the events of Knightfall. *"Flaming" Sword
*Battle Gauntlets
*Healing Factor
*Acrobatics
*Computer Hacking
*Detective Sense
*Fire Protection
*Shoot ballistic knives from right gauntlet
*Shoot fire beam from left gauntlet
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
DC Batman: Sword of Azrael #1 (October, 1992) 300,000 Studs
Balder Odinson the Brave
Balder the Brave (Lego Batman 4)
Balder the Brave was one of the Asgardians, an extra-dimensional race of beings once worshiped by the Vikings and Germans, as well as half-brother and close friend to Thor. Due to prophecies that Balder's death would help trigger the coming of Ragnarok, the destruction of Asgard and its inhabitants, Odin, ruler of Asgard, commanded his wife Frigga to make Balder invulnerable to harm. Before he allowed her to cast the spells, however, he accused Balder of treason, because during a battle with the Storm Giants, he had deserted the fight to put a bird who had fallen from its nest, back with its mother. Odin ordered his brothers Tyr and Honir to shoot arrows and throw lances at Balder, but the projectiles were stopped by an eagle and a plant. Seeing that Balder did not flinch, Odin was content that Balder was the bravest in all of Asgard and decided to grant him the invulnerability. Odin-enchanted Sword *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
*Shoot light blasts from hands
*Shoot laser from hand
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
*Melt ice
Marvel Journey into Mystery #85 (October, 1962) 400,000 Studs
Banshee
(Sean Cassidy)
Banshee (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Banshee

Superhero Origins Banshee

N/A *Sonic Scream
**Shatter glass
*Flight
*Forcefield Projetion
*Detective Sense
Marvel X-Men #28 (January, 1967) 350,000 Studs
Baron Blood
(John Falsworth)
Baron Blood (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

Lord John Falsworth was the youngest of two sons of Lord William Falsworth, one of the wealthiest members of the British aristocracy in late Victorian and Edwardian times. John left, embittered, when his older brother Montgomery inherited the title and the bulk of his estate upon William's death, shortly before World War I. Eventually, Falsworth sought the castle Dracula in Romania in order to find and control the Dracula as a means for achieving immense wealth and power. However, Falsworth fell victim to Dracula's hypnotic powers and was turned into a vampire himself. Dracula bid Falsworth to return to England to wreak havoc upon the country that had repulsed him earlier (as detailed in Bram Stoker's 1897 novel) while Dracula himself fought Abraham van Helsing and other enemies. Once World War I broke out, Falsworth, still intent on destroying England, offered his services to the German intelligence, who gave him the code-name Baron Blood. Falsworth adopted his costume to better instill terror in his victims. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Fator
*Flight
*Summon bats
*Super Sense
Marvel Invaders #7 (July, 1976) 350,000 Studs
Baron Wolfgang von Strucker
Baron Wolfgang von Strucker

Design for Figure

Baron Strucker, a former Nazi officer, is one of the leaders of Hydra and an enemy of S.H.I.E.L.D., the Avengers, and the interests of the United States of America and of the free world in general. He has been physically augmented to be nearly ageless. He has also been seemingly killed in the past only to return to plague the world with schemes of world domination and genocide, time and time again. Satan Claw *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups) in Satan Claw-covered hand
**Break Open Special Walls
Marvel Sgt Fury and his Howling Commandos #5 (January, 1964) 300,000 Studs
Bat-Mite
Bat-Mite (Lego Batman 4)
Bat-Mite is a mischievous imp from the 5th dimension with reality-warping powers who idolizes Batman, but usually only causes trouble for his hero. To show his devotion he wears an ill-fitting homemade costume. He is similar to the character Mister Mxyzptlk, an antagonist to Superman who he occasionally teams up with, although instead of acting maliciously he is more of an unintentional nuisance. Other stories have implied that he might simply be a figment of Batman's imagination. Batarangs *Flight
*Shoot energy beam from hands
**Destroy Gold Walls
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Pass through grates
*Telekinesis
*Magnetokinesis
*Healing Factor
DC Detective Comics #267 (May, 1959) 500,000 Studs
Batroc the Leaper
(Georges Batroc)
Batroc the Leaper (Lego Batman 4)
Georges Batroc was born an raised in Marseilles, France, when he was old enough he joined the French Foreign Legion. He soon left and became a mercenary, gaining the nickname "Batroc the Leaper" due to his speciality in savate (also known as "La Boxe Française"), a form of French kick-boxing. N/A Agility Marvel Tales of Suspense #75 (March, 1966) 300,000 Studs
Batwing
(David Zavimbe)
Batwing (David Zavimbe)

Design for Figure

Batwing is the Batman of Africa, a super-hero operating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In his civilian identity he is a police officer fighting against corruption in the department. Using an arsenal of advanced technology supplied by Batman, his Batwing Suit is a powerful exo-skeleton. With his manservant Matu Ba, he wages a one-man war against evil to protect the city of Tinasha. N/A *Flight
*Computer Hacking
*Detective Sense
DC Batwing #1 (November, 2011) 350,000 Studs
Batwing
(Lucas "Luke" Fox)
Batwing (Luke Fox)

Design for Figure

Lucas "Luke" Fox was born into a family of wealth and prestige, his father Lucius Fox was president and CEO of Wayne Enterprises and a genius scientist and inventor. Lucas, it seemed had inherited his father's natural intellect and was extremely intelligent. Luke graduated MIT with double degrees in engineering and business management and soon had hundreds of job offers from around the world even one from his fathers company of Wayne Enterprises. However Lucas had other aspirations seeking to gain the attention of the Batman (Bruce Wayne) he took to MMA and cage fighting, hoping the Batman would notice his skills and intellect and recruit him into the new fledgling Batman Incorporated which gained him the scorn of his father, who was distraught that his son was ignoring so many prospects to go fight in "Barbaric cage-matches". Luke's dream came to fruition after the previous Batwing, David Zavimbe retired from the cape and cowl for personal reasons. Batman, stating Luke was his "first choice" quickly tried to recruit him as the new Batman of Africa, Batwing. Luke eagerly accepted, disguising his new job by saying he wanted to take a yearlong trip to the motherland. N/A *Flight
*Computer Hacking
DC Batwing #19 (June, 2013) 350,000 Studs
Batwoman
(Katherine "Kate" Rebecca Kane)
Batwoman (Lego Batman 4)
Batwoman - Origins

Batwoman - Origins

Batarangs *Grapple
*Glide
*Acrobatics
*Computer Hacking
*Detective Sense
DC Detective Comics #233 (July, 1956) (Batwoman alias with Katherine "Kathy" Kane);
52 #7 (August, 2006) (Kate Kane)
300,000 Studs
Batzarro
Batzarro

Design for Figure

A flawed clone created by the Joker, his speech patterns are almost identical to those of Bizarro. Just as Bizarro has a reversed "S" on his chest, Batzarro has Batman's bat-logo on his chest, but it is upside-down. He also wears a utility belt like Batman's. However, he wears it upside-down as well with the pockets open. He calls himself the "World's Worst Detective." He uses a large steel chain as a weapon and as a grappling hook, but no other items. He seems to lack eyes and has yellow fangs. He was also said to have, opposed to Batman's origin, shot and killed his parents. Batzarro has a tendency to think aloud, often repeating what has just been stated in his thought boxes, the opposite of Batman's custom of quiet contemplation. Guns *Agility
*Grapple with chain
*Pull objects with chain
DC Superman/Batman #20 (June, 2005) 300,000 Studs
Beast Boy
(Garfield "Gar" Mark Logan)
Beast Boy (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Beast Boy-0

Superhero Origins Beast Boy-0

N/A *Animal Shapeshifting
**Transform into gorilla
***Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
****Create & Throw Rock Masses
****Break Open Special Walls
**Dig as wolf
**Activate Claw Switches as Utahraptor
*Flight as Pteranodon
*Swim as shark
*Wall Climbing as spider
*Pass through grates as rat
*Acrobatics as monkey
DC Doom Patrol #99 (November, 1965) 350,000 Studs
Beautiful Dreamer
Beautiful Dreamer (DC Comics)

Design for Figure

Beautiful Dreamer is one of the good New Gods of New Genesis lead by Highfather. She is also a member of the Forever People, a group of young adventurers who oppose Darkseid on Earth with the help of Infinity-Man. Her specialty is psionic powers which she uses to create illusions. N/A *Summon illusionary monsters DC Forever People #1 (March, 1971) 300,000 Studs
Beetle
(Abner Ronald Jenkins)
Beetle (Abner Jenkins) (Lego Batman 4)
Abner Jenkins was a mechanic for an aircraft producer. Tired of his boring, low paying job and not getting promotions he thought he deserved he decided to strike out on his own in search of fame and fortune. Using a suit of armor, Jenkins became the Beetle. As the Beetle, Jenkins was often foiled by superheroes. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight
*Shoot electric blasts from hands
*Super Sense
Marvel Strange Tales #123 (August, 1964) 350,000 Studs
Beetle
(Janice Lincoln)
Beetle (Janice Lincoln)

Design for Figure

Janice Lincoln is the daughter of the super powered mobster Tombstone. Janice's mother was an ex-girlfriend of Tombstone during his early days in organized crime. Janice grew with a semi regular life with Tombstone showing up sporadically, usually to help out with bills and schooling. Janice idolized her father and his criminal activities, but was forbidden to take part in them. After building a successful career as a defense attorney, she was appointed to defend Baron Zemo, at which point she volunteered to work for him as the new Beetle. Janice's armor is also revealed to have been built by the Fixer. N/A *Flight
*Wall Climbing
Marvel Captain America #607 (August, 2010) 300,000 Studs
Beyonder
The Beyonder (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

The being known as the Beyonder is, in fact, a young member of an ancient otherwordly race known as the Beyonders. He was dragged to Earth by the supervillain geniuses group Intelligencia by a tachyon beam meant to attract a Vibranium meteorite. The Beyonder observed Earth for a number of years and was fascinated to discover that the beings living within Earth's reality were not each a creation complete unto themselves. Within his universe the Beyonder was complete; indeed he was all of his reality. As a consequence, he was naturally surprised to discover that Earth's beings were merely a part of a greater whole making up their universe; one that was itself but a member of a larger collection of universes, perhaps of infinite extent, called a multiverse! Hence, each sentient being on Earth was, in the Beyonder's unique point of view, inherently "incomplete" and thereby [he assumed] must strive to find some way to remedy its incompleteness. For this reason the Beyonder decided that the driving force of all sentient beings must be desire—an emotional state previously unknown to him—which manifested itself as a longing to grow; to be; to evolve into something that one is currently not in order to achieve a sense of completeness. Indeed, upon the realization that he (as he heretofore thought) was not all that existed, he began to view himself as incomplete, and, as a result, found that he too now felt desire. N/A *Flight
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Healing Factor
*Telekinesis
*Mind Control
*Magnetokinesis
*Super Sense
*X-Ray Vision
*Agility
*Swimming
*Computer Hacking
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
*Shoot energy beam from hands
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
**Freeze water
**Activate Electricity Switches
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*Perform light constructs
**Dig
**Forcefield Projection
*Pull objects with constructs
*Super Sense
*Teleportation
Marvel Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #1 (May, 1984) 1,000,000 Studs
Big Barda
Big Barda (Lego Batman 4)
Big Barda is a warrior of the New Gods. Raised on Apokolips as a servant of Darkseid, she fell in love with Mister Miracle and escaped with him to the planet of New Genesis. Originally she had been a member of the Female Furies, a deadly squadron of female killers, and trained as their leader underneath the cruel mistress Granny Goodness. Now she fights against the forces of evil, tempered with the strength of her upbringing and her love. Mega-Rod *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Shoot energy blasts from Mega-Rod

*Shoot energy beam from Mega-Rod
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Teleportation via Mega-Rod
*Levitation via Aero-Discs
*Hazard Protection
DC Mister Miracle #4 (October, 1971) 350,000 Studs
Big Bear
Big Bear (DC Comics)

Design for Figure

Big Bear is one of the good New Gods of New Genesis lead by Highfather. He is also a member of the Forever People, a group of young adventurers who oppose Darkseid on Earth with the help of Infinity-Man. His special power is shifting the density of his atoms, making him the strongest member of the group. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
DC Forever People #1 (March, 1971) 350,000 Studs
Big Man
(Frederick Foswell)
Big Man (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

Frederick Foswell was a reporter for the Daily Bugle and secretly led a criminal life as the crime boss Big Man. He also employed the Enforcers as his muscle. Guns N/A Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #10 (March, 1964) 250,000 Studs
Lucas Bishop
Bishop (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Bishop

Superhero Origins Bishop

Blasters *Absorb energy projectiles from blasters
*Shoot energy beam from hands
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Healing Factor
*Hazard Protection
Marvel Uncanny X-Men #282 (November, 1991) 350,000 Studs
Bizarro
Bizarro (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Bizarro-0

Supervillain Origins Bizarro-0

N/A *Flight
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Ice Vision
**Freeze water
**Put out fires
**Freeze enemies
*X-Ray Vision
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*Fire breath
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
DC Superboy #68 (November, 1958) 400,000 Studs
Black Beetle
Black Beetle (DC Comics)

Design for Figure

In the near future of yet unexplained time the Black Beetle was approached by Mister Mind to join the Time Stealers a ragtag group of super villains picked from their early careers, bent on changing time to their whims. Mister Mind convinced Black Beetle to join by promising to save his sister. To the Venusian worm said Jaime Reyes was to blame and should never become the Blue Beetle. Black Beetle Scarab *Flight
*Super Sense
*Deploy blasters from hands
*Shoot laser from blaster
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Computer Hacking
*Invisibility
*Healing Factor
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Swimming
DC Booster Gold Vol. 2 #5 (February, 2008) 400,000 Studs
Black Bolt
(Blackagar Boltagon)
Black Bolt (Lego Batman 4)
Black Bolt was the king of the 'Inhumans,' a race of superpowered humans who were mutated by being exposed to Terrigen Mists released from Terrigen Crystals. These crystals were created by a blue-skinned alien race called the Kree. The Kree implemented this mutation process on countless worlds during the Kree-Skrull war, planning to use the Inhumans - on Earth and other worlds - as warriors in the war. Black Bolt's power is his voice. It is so powerful that it can produce deafening and devastating damage to others. N/A *Flight
*Scream out energy blasts
*Sonic Scream
**Shatter glass
Marvel Fantastic Four #45 (December, 1965) 400,000 Studs
Black Cat
(Felicia Hardy)
Black Cat (Lego Batman 4)
Felicia Hardy is the daughter of Walter Hardy, a world-renowned cat burglar. After suffering a traumatic experience as a college freshman, she trained herself in various fighting styles and acrobatics and, after deciding to follow in her father's footsteps, adopted the costumed identity of the Black Cat. As Black Cat, she has the subconscious ability to affect probability fields, producing "bad luck" for her enemies. *Whip
*Gloves with retractable claws
*Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
*Agility
*Acrobatics
*Pull objects with whip
*Grapple
*X-Ray Vision
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #194 (July, 1979) 300,000 Studs
Black Hand
(William Hand)
Black Hand (Classic) (DC Comics)

Design for Figure

Black Hand (Black Lantern) Origins

Black Hand (Black Lantern) Origins

Cosmic Divining Rod Absorb lantern power ring blasts DC Green Lantern Vol. 2 #29 (June, 1964) 300,000 Studs
Black Knight
(Nathan Garrett)
Black Knight (Nathan Garrett) (Lego Batman 4)
Professor Nathan Garrett is the distant direct descendant of Sir Percy, and was born in London, England. He becomes a biologist, research scientist, and university professor. He then became the head of an espionage ring, and was captured by the hero Giant-Man. Garrett fled to Europe, where he found Sir Percy's tomb and the Ebony Blade. Garrett's evil tendencies make him unworthy of wielding the sword, and he is shunned by Sir Percy's ghost. An embittered Garrett then devises an arsenal of medieval weapons that employ modern technology (including a lance that fired bolts of energy) and genetically engineers and creates a winged horse called Aragorn. Calling himself the Black Knight, Garrett embarks on a career as a professional criminal to spite his ancestor. Power Lance *Computer Hacking
*Shoot energy blasts from lance
*Shoot thermal beam from lance
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Pull objects with lasso concealed in lance
Marvel Tales to Astonish #52 (February, 1964) 300,000 Studs
Black Knight
(Dane Whitman)
Black Knight (Dane Whitman) (Lego Batman 4)
The third Black Knight is the descendant of the original Black Knight, Sir Percy of Scandia and inherited the original Knight's Ebony Blade, a mystical sword that carried a curse. Whitman is the nephew of Nathan Garrett, a supervillain who was also known as the Black Knight. Whitman took the Black Knight name to help restore honor to it. *Ebony Blade
*Shield
*Deflect mystical blasts with Ebony Blade
*Deflect all projectiles with shield
Marvel Avengers #47 (December, 1967) 300,000 Studs
Black Lightning
(Jefferson Michael Pierce)
Black Lightning (Lego Batman 4)
Comic Book Origins Black Lightning

Comic Book Origins Black Lightning

N/A *Shoot electricity from hands
**Shoot electricity from hands
**Shoot electric blasts from hands
**Activate Electricity Switches
*Magnetokinesis
*Forcefield Projection
*Healing Factor
*Pass through grates
*Agility
DC Black Lightning #1 (April, 1977) 350,000 Studs
Black Mask
(Roman Sionis)
Black Mask (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Black Mask-0

Supervillain Origins Black Mask-0

Gun N/A DC Batman #386 (August, 1985) 250,000 Studs
Black Panther
(Shuri)
Black Panther (Shuri) (Lego Batman 4)
Shuri is a princess of the fictional African kingdom of Wakanda. She is the daughter of T'Chaka and half-sister of T'Challa, who is the king of Wakanda and the Black Panther, an earned title and rank given to the chief of the nation. She has a genius level intellect alongside her brother T’Challa. After T'Challa is left recovering from critical injuries sustained in battle, Shuri is tested and found suitable for the role of Black Panther and ruler of Wakanda. She possesses all the enhanced abilities given to the Black Panther via ancient Wakandan ritual, is a skilled martial artist, and allowed access to extensive advanced technologies and wealth. *Spear
*Claws
*Dig
*Super Sense
*Activate Claw Switches
*Wall Climbing
*Agility
Marvel Black Panther Vol. 4 #2 (May, 2005) 300,000 Studs
Blackfire
(Komand'r)
Blackfire

Design for Figure

Blackfire is a Tamaranean supervillain and enemy to the Teen Titans. Born to the royal family of Tamaran, her brother is Darkfire and her sister is Starfire. Despite being the eldest child, her subjects hated her and the birthright was passed to Starfire because of this. This made her hate her sister, and she was disgraced from the family after trying to murder her. Joining the Citadel empire, she betrayed her people and helped the invaders subjugate them. N/A *Shoot starbolts from hands
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
DC Tales of the New Teen Titans #4 (September, 1982) 400,000 Studs
Blackheart
Blackheart

Design for Figure

Centuries of murder in a locale named Christ's Crown, New York, draws the attention of a Hell-lord, Mephisto, who created Blackheart from the energy of the accumulated evil. Blackheart explores the nature of evil under his father's tutelage, clashing with and failing to corrupt Daredevil and Spider-Man. Claws *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Telekinesis
*Mind Control
*Size Alteration
*Healing Factor
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
Marvel Daredevil #270 (Sepetember, 1989) 400,000 Studs
Blade
(Eric Brooks)
Blade (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Blade-0

Superhero Origins Blade-0

Sword *Super Sense
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Agility
*Healing Factor
Marvel Tomb of Dracula #10 (July, 1973) 350,000 Studs
Blastaar
Blastaar (Lego Batman 4)
Blastaar is a member of an alien race known as the Baluurians, of the planet Baluur in the Negative Zone (in Sector 56-D, as charted by Reed Richards). He ruled the Baluurians as their monarch ruthlessly until his subjects rebelled and rose against him. Blastaar was deposed as monarch, and became a Negative Zone outlaw. Blastaar was locked up in a special containment suit and set adrift in outer space in the Negative Zone. When he broke loose he sighted Reed Richards, who had been trapped in the Negative Zone as well and followed him and Triton back to Earth. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Shoot force blasts from hands
**Flight
Marvel Fantastic Four #62 (May, 1967) 350,000 Studs
Bleez
Bleez (Lego Batman 4)
Bleez is a ranking member of the Red Lantern Corps, often acting as a lieutenant to the leader, Atrocitus. Formerly the narcissistic and arrogant crown princess of Havania, she lost everything when her homeworld was invaded by the Sinestro Corps. Her family was murdered, her wings were cut, and she was imprisoned and abused for pleasure. As rage filled her heart, she received a Red Lantern Ring and vowed revenge on the Sinestro Corps. Red Lantern Power Ring *Flight
*Swimming
*Shoot red light blasts from ring
*Breath red plasma beam
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt icebr />*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
*Perform red light constructs
*Dig via red light constructs
*Grapple objects via red light constructs
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
DC Final Crisis: Rage of the Red Lanterns #1 (December, 2008) 400,000 Studs
Blink
(Clarice Ferguson)
Blink (Lego Batman 4)
Blink was one of the many young mutants captured by the Phalanx, a techno-organic race that are reminiscent of the Borg from Star Trek, to assimilate their powers. Blink was tense and panicky and frightened of her powers (having "woken up in a pool of blood" after her first use of them). Clarice could not properly control her powers, and apparently was unable to teleport anything in an intact form. Instead, any object or person caught in Blink's teleportation field, also known as a "blink wave", would be shredded. She eventually used her abilities to "cut-up" Harvest, a Phalanx entity guarding her and her peers. N/A Teleportation Marvel Uncanny X-Men #317 (October, 1994) 300,000 Studs
Blizzard
(Donald "Donnie" Gill)
Blizzard (Donald Gill)

Design for Figure

Donald Gill was a criminal who was given either Gregor Shapanka's original Blizzard costume or a close duplicate of it by agents of Justin Hammer. He was occasionally partnered with the Beetle and Blacklash (also known as Whiplash) as the "B-Team". N/A *Shoot ice Beam from hands
**Freeze water
**Put out fires
**Freeze enemies
*Shoot ice balls from hands
Ice Slides
Marvel Iron Man #86 (May, 1976) (Blizzard alias with Gregor Shapanka);
Iron Man #223 (October, 1987) (Donald Gill)
350,000 Studs
Blob
(Frederick "Fred" Dukes)
Blob (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins The Blob

Supervillain Origins The Blob

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
**Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
Marvel X-Men #3 (January, 1964) 350,000 Studs
Blockbuster
(Mark Desmond)
Blockbuster (Mark Desmond) (DC Comics)

Design for Figure

Mark Desmond was a chemist who had wanted to become stronger, having been scrawny as a youngster. Experimenting on himself, he created a serum that made him grow stronger and taller, but in the process was turned into a mindless brute; an additional side-effect of the serum was that it took away his power of speech. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
**Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
DC Detective Comics #345 (November, 1965) 350,000 Studs
Blood Brother
Blood Brother (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

Gary and Ross Blood are two Roclites better known as the Blood Brothers. They were in the service of the conqueror Thanos, acting as the guardians of his first base on Earth. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
**Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
Marvel Iron Man #55 (February, 1973) 350,000 Studs
Blue Beetle
(Daniel "Dan" Garrett)
Blue Beetle (Dan Garrett)

Design for Figure

Blue-Skying, Part 1 Blue Beetle Dan Garret Part 1 - Atop the Fourth Wall

Blue-Skying, Part 1 Blue Beetle Dan Garret Part 1 - Atop the Fourth Wall


Blue Skying, Part 1 Blue Beetle Dan Garrett Part 2 - Atop the Fourth Wall

Blue Skying, Part 1 Blue Beetle Dan Garrett Part 2 - Atop the Fourth Wall

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Size Changing
*Mind Control
*Flight
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
*Swimming
*X-Ray Vision
DC Mystery Man Comics #1 (August, 1939) (as Dan Garret);
Blue Beetle (Charlton) Vol. 2 #1 (June, 1964) (as Daniel Garett)
400,000 Studs
Blue Beetle
(Theodore "Ted" Stephen Kord)
Blue Beetle (Ted Kord) (Lego Batman 4)
Blue Skying, Part 2 Blue Beetle Ted Kord Part 1 - Atop the Fourth Wall

Blue Skying, Part 2 Blue Beetle Ted Kord Part 1 - Atop the Fourth Wall


Blue Skying, Part 2 Blue Beetle Ted Kord Part 2 - Atop the Fourth Wall

Blue Skying, Part 2 Blue Beetle Ted Kord Part 2 - Atop the Fourth Wall

Beetle Gun *Computer Hacking
*Acrobatics
DC Captain Atom (Charlton) #83 (November, 1966) 300,000 Studs
Blue Beetle
(Jaime Reyes)
Blue Beetle (Jaime Reyes) (Lego Batman 4)
Blue Skying, Part 3 Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes Part 1 - Atop the Fourth Wall

Blue Skying, Part 3 Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes Part 1 - Atop the Fourth Wall


Blue Skying, Part 3 Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes Part 2 - Atop the Fourth Wall

Blue Skying, Part 3 Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes Part 2 - Atop the Fourth Wall

Khaji Da *Flight
*Super Sense
*Deploy blasters from hands
*Shoot laser from blaster
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Computer Hacking
*Invisibility
*Healing Factor
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Swimming
*Deploy shield
**Deflect projectiles
DC Infinite Crisis #3 (February, 2006) 400,000 Studs
Blue Devil
(Daniel "Dan" Patrick Cassidy)
Blue Devil

Design for Figure

Blue Devil is a demonic superhero who wields the Trident of Lucifer and banishes hell-spawn from Earth. His sidekick is Kid Devil. Formerly a stuntman and special effects technician, he is accidentally granted mystical powers during a fight with the demon Nebiros. Later, his powers are increased and he becomes an actual demon when he makes a literal deal with the Devil, sacrificing his soul so that he might save others. Trident of Lucifer *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Agility
*Acrobatics
*Healing Factor
*Super Sense
*Shoot hellfire blasts from trident
**Destroy Gold Bricks
*Melt ice
*Shoot electricity from trident
**Activate Electricity Switches
DC Firestorm Vol. 2 #24 (June, 1984) 350,000 Studs
Bolivar Trask
Bolivar Trask

Design for Figure

Bolivar Trask was an anthropologist who saw the rise of mutants as a threat to humanity. Bolivar decided that humanity has to fight back against the mutants and develops robotic guardians for humanity, known as the Sentinels. N/A Computer Hacking Marvel X-Men #14 (November, 1965) 250,000 Studs
Boomerang
(Frederick "Fred" Myers)
Boomerang (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

Fred Myers was born in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia and was raised in the United States. As a young boy he developed a love for baseball, and spent years training and perfecting his pitching arm. By the time he was a young adult, Fred had realized his dream of pitching for a major league team. However, he foolishly began accepting bribes, and was drummed out of the major leagues after being discovered. Shortly thereafter, Myers was contacted by the Secret Empire, an international criminal organization that saw the potential of his skills. Myers agreed and was given a new costume and an arsenal of deadly boomerangs, from which he derived his new code name. Specialized Boomerangs *Flight
*Shatterangs
**Destroy silver bricks
**Screamerangs
**Shatter glass
Marvel Tales to Astonish #83 (July, 1966) 300,000 Studs
Booster Gold
(Michael Jon Carter)
Booster Gold (Lego Batman 4)
History Of Booster Gold!

History Of Booster Gold!

*Legion Flight Ring
*Gauntlets
*Flight
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
*Shoot energy blasts from gauntlets
*Shoot energy beam from gauntlet
**Destroy Gold Walls
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*X-Ray Vision
*Super Sense
DC Booster Gold #1 (February, 1986) 350,000 Studs
The Brain
The Brain (DC Comics)

Design for Figure

The Brain is a genius French scientist and master criminal who exists as a disembodied brain. Trapped forever in his life support chamber, he has extremely little mobility. His partner and lover is a super-intelligent gorilla named Monsieur Mallah. Niles Caulder is his arch-rival, making him an enemy to the Doom Patrol. N/A *Computer Hacking
*Deploy blasters
*Hazard Protection
DC Doom Patrol #86 (March, 1964) 300,000 Studs
Brainiac
(Vril Dox I)
Brainiac (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Brainiac-0

Supervillain Origins Brainiac-0

Shrink Ray *Computer Hacking
*Telekinesis
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Mind Control
*Healing Factor
DC Adventure Comics #242 (July, 1958) 350,000 Studs
Brick
(Daniel "Dannny" Brickwell)
Brick (DC Comics)

Design for Figure

Brick is a metahuman super-villain and crimelord in Star City, making him an enemy to Green Arrow. His skin is thick and brick-like, making him almost impervious to damage. Beginning his career as a low-level enforcer, his ruthlessness allowed him to rise through the ranks of the criminal underworld. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
DC Green Arrow Vol. 3 #40 (September, 2004) 350,000 Studs
Bronze Tiger
(Benjamin "Ben" Turner)
Bronze Tiger (Lego Batman 4)
Ben Turner is the Bronze Tiger, one of the world's greatest martial artists. He studied with Richard Dragon under the O-Sensei, and was later brainwashed by the League of Assassins. This made him one of the world's deadliest killers. He would later resist their programming, and become a full-fledged superhero. Claws *Wall Climbing
*Dig
*Activate Claw Sitches
*Agility
DC Richard Dragon, Kung-Fu Fighter #1 (May, 1975) 300,000 Studs
Brother Blood
(Sebastian Blood VII)
Brother Blood

Design for Figure

Sebastian was the eighth individual to assume the name of Brother Blood. As demanded by seven generations of tradition, whoever holds such a title is recognized as the High Priest of the Church of Blood and an emissary to the demonic entity known as Trigon. Due to a seven-hundred year old curse, an individual can only achieve the title of Brother Blood through an act of patricide. There is no formal observation of ascendance, and the child of the High Priest can murder his father and assume his rank at a time of his own choosing. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
DC New Teen Titans #21 (July, 1982) 300,000 Studs
Bruno "Ugly" Mannheim
Bruno Mannheim

Design for Figure

Bruno "Ugly" Mannheim is one of the world's greatest crime bosses and the leader of Intergang, making him an antagonist to Superman. His father is former leader Boss Moxie. Beyond his motivations as a ruthless thug, Mannheim is a devout worshiper of the Religion of Crime and their Crime Bible. This makes him a loyal servant to Darkseid. N/A N/A DC Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #139 (July, 1971) 250,000 Studs
Bulldozer
(Henry Camp)
Bulldozer (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

Henry Camp was a Master Sergeant in United States Army before being dishonorably discharged. Soon after he entered a life of crime and was later caught and headed off to Ryker's Island Prison. He then became cellmates with Dirk Garthwaite, also known as the Wrecker. Garthwaite, together with Camp and two other inmates at Ryker's Island Prison, Dr. Eliot Franklin and Brian Phillip Calusky, made a successful jailbreak and managed to locate his crowbar. Willing to share his power with his allies, The Wrecker had the three other convicts join him in holding onto the crowbar outside during an electrical storm. Lightning struck the crowbar, magically distributing the enchanted strength bestowed upon The Wrecker among the four of them. The Wrecker's three allies then adopted costumes and aliases as well: Franklin became Thunderball, Calusky became Piledriver, and Henry Camp became Bulldozer, constructing a special metal helmet for the occasion. Together the four superhumanly strong criminals became known as The Wrecking Crew, who were led by The Wrecker himself. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
Marvel Defenders #17 (November, 1974) 350,000 Studs
Bullseye
(Lester)
Bullseye (Lego Batman 4)
A mercenary of mystery, nothing was really known about the man called Bullseye. Once, he was captured and interrogated in a highly secure U.S. prison, and he related many details about his early life, such as the time his brother set fire to their home in an attempt to kill their father. However, much of this information is suspect, as Bullseye then escaped, taunting his interrogators that much of what he said was false -- especially the fact that it was not his brother who set fire to the house, it was himself. Bullseye proceeded to set fire to the prison, where his father was also held, and he left his father to die once more (In a previous account of his childhood, he painted a bulls-eye on the forehead of his abusive father when he was passed out from drinking and shot him). Before his mercenary career, it’s been suggested that Bullseye tried his formidable throwing skills to become a Major League baseball player, but he was too selfish and sadistic. After only three games, according to Bullseye himself, he grew bored and annoyed whilst pitching a no-hitter and for the last pitch of the game he threw the ball at the batter, killing him. Instead, Bullseye found his true calling as a special operative of the United States National Security Agency. He soon after he became a freelance assassin - a perfect career for someone who got so much pleasure from the killing of his enemies. He created his signature modus operandi of using thrown weapons during one of his first outings as a soldier - a Viet Cong fighter got the drop on him and Bullseye's weapon failed to shoot. He threw the gun instead, killing his assailant with his bayonet. Playing Cards *Throw one card
*Throw three cards at once
*Agility
*Acrobatics
Marvel Daredevil #131 (March, 1976) 300,000 Studs
Bumblebee
(Karen Beecher)
Bumblebee (DC Comics)

Design for Figure

Scientist Karen Beecher was the girlfriend of Teen Titans member the Herald (a.k.a. Mal Duncan). In order to help make Herald look good in front of the team, Beecher secretly made herself a bumblebee-themed super-suit and attacked the Teen Titans. She escaped without this ruse being revealed. When she later explained to Mal and the Titans what she had done, they were impressed enough to offer her membership, which she accepted. N/A *Flight
*Shoot electric blast from goggles
*Size Aleration
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
DC Teen Titans #45 (December, 1975) 350,000 Studs
Bushmaster
(Quincy McIver)
Bushmaster (Quincy McIver) (Marvel Comics)

Design for Figure

Quincy McIver was born on a Caribbean island. He became a quadruple amputee when he lost his arms and legs in a boating accident while trying to evade the police underwater. Shortly later, the Roxxon Oil Company equipped him with bionic arms and a snake-like tail in the place of the lower half of his body. He took the name "Bushmaster" from his fallen brother John, the first Bushmaster. Arm blades N/A Marvel Iron Fist #15 (September, 1977) (Bushmaster alias with John McIver);
Captain America #310 (October, 1985) (Quincy McIver)
350,000 Studs
Cable
(Nathan Christopher Charles Summers)
Cable (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Cable

Superhero Origins Cable

Blaster *Mind Control
*Telekinesis
**Healing Factor
**Forcefield Projection
***Deflect projectiles
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Agility
*Computer Hacking
*Teleportation
Marvel Uncanny X-Men #201 (January, 1986) 350,000 Studs
Calculator
(Noah Kuttler)
Calculator (Lego Batman 4)
Noah Kuttler, also known as the Calculator, began his criminal career by crossing the country and getting into fights with various superheroes. He would then press a button on his special costume that would analyze and record their battle tactics, ensuring he couldn't be beaten again by the hero that just defeated him. N/A Computer Hacking DC Detective Comics #463 (September, 1976) 300,000 Studs
Calander Man
(Julian Gregory Day)
Calendar Man (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Calendar Man

Supervillain Origins Calendar Man

N/A N/A DC Detective Comics #259 (September, 1958) 250,000 Studs
Captain Boomerang
(George "Digger" Harkness)
Captain Boomerang (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Captain Boomerang

Supervillain Origins Captain Boomerang

Boomerangs *Explosive Boomerangs
**Destroy silver bricks
DC The Flash #117 (December, 1960) 300,000 Studs
Captain Britain
(Brian Braddock)
Captain Britain (Lego Batman 4)
Captain Britain - Brian Braddock, British Brawler - Geek Crash Course West

Captain Britain - Brian Braddock, British Brawler - Geek Crash Course West

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight
*Computer Hacking
Marvel Captain Britain #1 (October, 1976) 350,000 Studs
Captain Marvel
(Monica Rambeau)
Captain Marvel (Monica Rambeau) (Lego Batman 4)
Monica Rambeau was born in New Orleans, Louisiana to Frank and Maria Rambeau. She was a lieutenant in the New Orleans harbor patrol, and operated as a cargo ship captain. Trying to prevent the creation of a dangerous weapon, Rambeau was exposed to extra-dimensional energy. As a result, she became able to convert her body to energy. She decided to use her powers to fight crime and named herself the second Captain Marvel. N/A *Flight
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*Absorb energy blasts
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
**Shoot energy beam from hands
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Detective Sense
Marvel Amazing Spider-Man Annual #16 (October, 1982) 350,000 Studs
Captain Marvel
(Genis-Vell)
Captain Marvel (Genis-Vell)

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After a falling out with Captain America, Rick Jones found himself mentally drawn to a pair of extraterrestrial golden bracelets: the Nega-Bands. Donning the bands, Rick slammed his wrists together with all his might... and his atoms traded places with those of the exiled Kree, Captain Mar-Vell. Joined together, Rick and Captain Marvel lived in a shared existence. During the epic Kree/Skrull War, Rick and Captain Marvel became pawns of the Kree Supreme Intelligence who unleashed the untapped psionic potential of Rick's mind -- the Destiny Force -- to put an end to the war. Sometime later, as a result of exposure to a deadly nerve gas, Captain Mar-Vell perished from incurable systemic cancer. As Rick slowly began to move on with his life, eventually getting married, Mar-Vell's love, Elysius, felt more alone than ever. Using Titanian science, Elysius sampled some of Mar-Vell's genetic structure to conceive a child: Genis. To protect him from Captain Marvel's enemies, Genis was artificially aged to maturity and taken to an isolated world, safe from harm. Upon discovering his true lineage, Genis donned the Nega-Bands worn by his father, determined to carry on his father's heroic tradition as Legacy. Eventually, Genis re-christened himself as the third Captain Marvel. N/A *Flight
*Shoot light blasts from hands
*Shoot laser from hands
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Absorb energy blasts
*Super Sense
Marvel Silver Surfer Annual #6 (October, 1993) 350,000 Studs
Captain Nazi
(Albrecht Krieger)
Captain Nazi

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Captain Nazi is an evil counterpart to Shazam, a supervillain with incredible strength and powers fueled by Nazi idealism. During World War II he was developed by Adolf Hitler and the Axis Powers as part of a super-soldier experiment. N/A *Flight
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*uper Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Break Open Special Walls
DC Master Comics #21 (December, 1941) 350,000 Studs
Catman
(Thomas "Tommy" Blake)
Catman (Lego Batman 4)
Catman is a supervillain and anti-hero who began his career as an antagonist to Batman, using identical methods with cats as his theme. His abilities as a tracker are unparalleled due to time spent among lions in the African wilderness, and he is also an extremely formidable hand-to-hand combatant. Claws *Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
*Computer Hacking
*Agility
DC Detective Comics #311 (January, 1963) 300,000 Studs
Chameleon
(Dmitri Anatoly Nikolayevich Smerdyakov)
Chameleon (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins The Chameleon

Supervillain Origins The Chameleon

Guns Policeman Disguise Marvel Amazing Spider-Man #1 (March, 1963) 300,000 Studs
Chaselon
Chaselon

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Chaselon is an alien superhero known as a Green Lantern and a member of the Green Lantern Corps. The Guardians of the Universe gave him a power ring fueled by willpower to protect Space Sector 1416. He is a sentient crystalline sphere from the planet Barrio III. Green Lantern Power Ring *Flight
*Swimming
*Shoot green light blasts from ring
*Green light beam
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Perform green light constructs
*Dig via green light constructs
*Grapple objects via green light constructs
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
DC Green Lantern Vol. 2 #9 (December, 1961) 400,000 Studs
Chemistro
(Calvin Carr)
Chemistro

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Calvin Carr, Curtis Carr's younger brother, stole the alchemy gun and took the Chemistro name. At the start of his criminal career he battled Luke Cage and Iron Fist. But Curtis intervened, and helped the heroes foil his brother's plans. Alchemy Gun Shoot liquid stream from gun Marvel Power Man and Iron Fist #93 (May, 1983) 300,000 Studs
Chemo
Chemo (DC Comics)

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Chemo is a gigantic monster entirely composed of toxic chemicals and radioactive waste. It has shown very little signs of intelligence, but is clearly sentient and takes pleasure in the destruction it causes. Originally an enemy of the Metal Men, although the level of danger makes it threatening to everyone. N/A *Hazard Protection
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
*Size Aleration
*Breath toxic chemical beam
DC Showcase #39 (July, 1962) 350,000 Studs
Cheshire
(Jade Nguyen)
Cheshire (Lego Batman 4)

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Born to a French father and a Vietnamese mother, Jade Nguyen had an unhappy childhood and was sold into slavery. This trauma ultimately drove her insane, and paved her way into becoming one of the world's most ruthless mercenaries. After killing her master, Jade was informally adopted by Chinese freedom fighter Weng Chan, who taught her all he knew about guerrilla fighting. She acquired knowledge of poisons from Kruen Musenda, a famed African assassin known as the "Spitting Cobra" and to whom she was married for the two years prior to his death. In the past she has had multiple romantic relationships and given birth to two children with different fathers, Lian Harper with Arsenal and Thomas Blake, Jr. with Catman. Sais *Agility
*Acrobatics
DC New Teen Titans Annual #2 (August, 1983) 300,000 Studs
Chief
(Niles Caulder)
Chief (DC Comics)

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Niles Caulder is a brilliant scientist and leader of the Doom Patrol, organizing the original team with Elasti-Girl, Negative Man and Robotman. Paralyzed at the waist down by an injury caused by General Immortus, he is confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. Caulder is a manipulative and borderline sociopathic leader, willing to use or sacrifice anyone in his way towards making the world a better place without a moment's hesitation. N/A Computer Hacking DC My Greatest Adventure #80 (June, 1963) 250,000 Studs
Ch'p
Ch'p (DC Comics)

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Ch'p is an alien superhero known as Green Lantern and a member of the Green Lantern Corps. The Guardians of the Universe gave him a power ring fueled by willpower to protect Space Sector 1014. He has also been a member of the Green Lantern Corps of Earth. His home planet is the adorable rodent world H'lven Green Lantern Power Ring *Super Sense
*Flight
*Swimming
*Shoot green light blasts from ring
*Green light beam
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Perform green light constructs
*Dig via green light constructs
*Grapple objects via green light constructs
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
DC Green Lantern Vol. 2 #148 (January, 1982) 360,000 Studs
Chronos
(David Clinton)
Chronos (Lego Batman 4)
A petty criminal all his life, David Clinton realized he was being arrested because he did not take the time to plan his crimes properly. Admiring the clockwork precision with which everything in prison was run, he decided he would make time work for him rather than against him. Fascinated with timepieces and deft with his hands, and possessing an inventive mind, he spent the remainder of his prison sentence laboring in the prison workshop, learning all he could about clocks and their mechanisms. Finally released, Clinton designed a costume and embarked on a new criminal career as the time thief called Chronos. His crimes brought him into repeated conflicts with Ray Palmer, the superhero known as the Atom. N/A *Shoot razor-sharp clock hands from wristwatch
*Explosive hourglasses
**Destroy silver bricks
*Flight via Flying Sundial
DC Atom #3 (November, 1962) 300,000 Studs
Citizen Steel
(Nathan "Buckeye" Heywood)
Citizen Steel (Classic) (DC Comics)

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Nathan was a grandson of Henry Heywood and a cousin of Henry Heywood III. Formerly a football star, Nathan retired after shattering his kneecap and having his leg amputated. The incident left Nathan addicted to painkillers. While attending a Heywood family reunion, he was attacked by the Fourth Reich, a team of metahuman Neo-Nazis ordered to wipe out the bloodlines of Golden Age heroes by Vandal Savage. Despite the Fourth Reich's effort, they failed to completely destroy the Heywood bloodline, as Nathan and a few children managed to survive. Both Nathan's brother and mother were turned to metal statues by the villain Reichsmark. Nathan jammed his crutch into Reichsmark's mouth, causing him to spit liquid metal blood onto Nathan. Hawkman took him to Doctor Mid-Nite, who noted that the metal was being absorbed by Nathan's skin. It was later revealed that the metal had grown out from the amputation scars on Nathan's leg, replacing the lost limb. The new leg was constructed of metallic analogues of bone, muscles, and flesh. Waking in his hospital room, Nathan was shown to have superhuman strength. Doctor Mid-Nite informed Nathan that he was now a being of living steel, due to an unknown reaction to Reichsmark's blood. He was christened Citizen Steel by Power Girl. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
DC Justice Society of America Vol. 3 #2 (March, 2007) 350,000 Studs
Citizen V
(Helmut J. Zemo)
Citizen V (Lego Batman 4)
Helmut Zemo is a nobleman and scientist born in Leipzig, Germany as the son of Baron Heinrich Zemo, a Nazi operative and one of Captain America's greatest enemies. Zemo was told by his father that only those of great superiority have the right to rule the world. It was only when Heinrich had his final battle with Cap that Helmut tried to take revenge. Having become an engineer and strategist himself, Zemo's fisrt attempt at revenge as the Phoenix resulted in falling into a vat of recreated Adhesive X. Horrible dusfugured, Helmut officially took on the Baron Zemo name and vowed ravenge on Captain America and the Avengers as he formulated schemes to indirectly destroy them. Zemo took the Citizen V name for his imposture as a superhero when various superheroes were thought to be dead. Claiming to be John Watkins (the original Citizen V)'s grandson, Helmut took the name as an ironic taunt due to original version's murder by his father's hands. Helmut assembled a group of villains change their costumes and codenames to pretend to be a new team of superheroes with Helmut's leadership and fighting abilities to successfully pose as the superhero Citizen V. Eventually, Helmut revealed himself as a villain and was defeated by the Avengers, the Fantastic Four and the Thunderbolts that turned against him. Sword *Computer Hacking
*Agility
Daring Mystery Comics #8 (January, 1942) (Citizen V alias with John Watkins); Captain America #169 (December, 1973) (Helmut Zemo) 300,000 Studs
Clay Quartermain
Clay Quartermain (Marvel Comics)

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Clay Quartermain was a member of the United States Air Force. Due to good luck and quick-wit, he was recruited into the intelligence service. Despite his competence, he has been noted by several co-workers and supervisors to be extremely arrogant and at times difficult to work with. Agent Quartermain first worked with S.H.I.E.L.D.'s storied executive director, Nick Fury, during S.H.I.E.L.D.'s first conflict with would-be world tyrant the Yellow Claw, later discovered to have been a robot simulacrum of the Chinese-national Mandarin. Guns Agility Marvel Strange Tales #163 (December, 1967) 250,000 Studs
Clea Strange
Clea (Lego Batman 4)
Clea was born of an affair between Prince Orini leader of the Mhuruuks and legitimate heir to the rule of the Dark Dimension, and Umar a Faltine and sister to the then-current ruler Dormammu. Umar was disgusted by her relationship with Orini, and abandoned Clea to be raised by him. Prince Orini kept any and all knowledge of Clea's true origins secret. Dormammu had long sought to conquer Earth and, as a result, often confronted Earth’s defender, Doctor Strange. When Strange journeyed into the Dark Dimension to continue his battle against Dormammu, Clea initially sought to dissuade Strange from facing him before deciding to help Strange. Dormammu imprisoned her for betrayal. During the duel between Strange and Dormammu, the latter's powers were drawn away in an attempt to keep the Mindless Ones in check. Strange aided Dormammu in driving the creatures back, and in return was honor-bound by Strange to release Clea and not invade the Earth-dimension. N/A *Flight
*Telekinesis
*Shoot mystical blasts from hands
*Shoot mystical beam from hands
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
*Mind Control
Marvel Strange Tales #126 (November, 1964) 400,000 Studs
Clock King
(William Tockman)
Clock King (William Tockman) (Lego Batman 4)
Born "William Tockman," Clock King spent a large portion of his life taking dutiful care of his invalid sister, and one day found out from a doctor's visit that he himself only had six months to live. Despairing for his sister's future, he watched the timing of a local bank's vault in order to rob it, hoping the money would provide for his sister after he was gone. His caper would have gone successfully, had he not tripped a silent alarm and been caught by the Green Arrow. While he was incarcerated, his sister died without him. In further misfortune, Tockman discovered that he really wasn't ill and was not going to die in the next six months: his doctor had accidentally switched his papers with those of another patient. Infuriated, he escaped, later futilely attempting revenge on the Green Arrow. Clock Hands N/A DC World's Finest #111 (August, 1960) 300,000 Studs
Clock King
(Temple Fugate)
Clock King (Temple Fugate) (DC Comics)

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Temple Fugate was a junior lawyer known for his punctuality and strict adherence to schedules. During one of his commutes, fellow traveler Hamilton Hill suggested he'd break his schedule so that he could relax one day. And so, Fugate changed his schedule - he took his break 15 minutes later, and in the park. But he lost important documents, and searching for them meant he was late for a court appearance. When he found out Hamilton Hill was, in fact, working for the rival firm in that case, he accused him of deliberately undermining the case. He took it upon himself to ruin Hill's career. While Fugate planned his revenge, Hill had already served one successful term as Gotham's mayor. Fugate, now calling himself the Clock King, staged a smear campaign against him, and sabotaged Hill's own campaign. He went so far as to kidnap Hill, but his attempt to kill him by crushing him between the hands of the Gotham Clock Tower was foiled by Batman. Clock Hand *Explosive chain watches
**Destroy silver bricks
DC Batman: the Animated Series Episode 25 (September 21, 1992) 300,000 Studs
Cluemaster
(Arthur Brown)
Cluemaster (DC Comics)

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Arthur Brown was a failed game show host who turned to a life of crime, leaving trademark clues as to his actions. He is frequently imprisoned in Blackgate Penitentiary, and also has an estranged daughter, Stephanie Brown, alias the masked vigilante Spoiler. Cluemaster committed crimes and used puzzles in order to gain Batman's attention. His ultimate goal was to use his puzzles in order to discover Batman's secret identity, but the Caped Crusader managed to outsmart him by happenstance and eventually deduced the pattern to his crimes and captured him.\ Gun N/A DC Detective Comics #351 (May, 1966) 300,000 Studs
Cobalt Man
(Ralph Roberts)
Cobalt Man (Marvel Comics)

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Ralph Roberts was a scientist who had been studying the effects of nuclear radiation involving cobalt. He sought to use this as a weapon and began designing a suit, which he planned to give to the military as opposed to Iron Man. Upon completion, he called himself the Cobalt Man. When he first put on the suit, he was suffering from a concussion, because he had injured himself in a pole jump competition with his brother Ted. Because of his head injury, he became obsessed with defeating Iron Man. He was defeated by the X-Men before his unstable suit could explode. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Shoot concussive blasts from hands
*Missiles
**Destroy silver bricks
*Flight
DC X-Men #31 (April, 1967) 350,000 Studs
Collector
(Taneleer Tivan)
The Collector (Lego Batman 4)

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Supervillain Origins The Collector

Supervillain Origins The Collector

N/A Computer Hacking Marvel Avengers #28 (May, 1966) 400,000 Studs
Colossus
(Piotr "Peter" Nikolaievitch Rasputin)
Colossus (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Colossus

Superhero Origins Colossus

N/A Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Create & Throw Rock Masses
**Thunder Clap
***Put out fires
**Break Open Special Walls
Marvel Giant-Size X-Men #1 (May, 1975) 350,000 Studs
Commander Steel
(Henry "Hank" Heywood, Sr.)
Commander Steel (Hank Heywood Sr) (DC Comics)

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Henry Heywood enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps prior to their involvement in WW II, but was injured when saboteurs attacked his base spearheaded by the man who would become Baron Blitzkrieg in November, 1939. As a biology student under the tutelage of Doctor Gilbert Giles, his former professor performed extensive surgery on him with mechanized steel devices that facilitate normal human functions only on a superhuman level. He adopted the persona Steel, and started fighting fifth columnist saboteurs before being sent to Europe on secret missions. After becoming Steel, Heywood soon allied himself with the All-Star Squadron and while in a field of war was later commissioned "Commander Steel" by US President Roosevelt himself. N/A *Agility
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
DC Steel #1 (March, 1978) 300,000 Studs
Composite Superman
(Joseph "Joe" Meach)
Composite Superman (Lego Batman 4)
Joseph Meach was a high diver who had fallen on hard times. In an attempt to draw publicity to himself, Meach set up a water tank on a sidewalk in Metropolis and dove off a building. Unbeknownst to Meach, the plastic tank he used was leaking, leaving only an inch of water; Meach would have died if not for the intervention of Superman. The Man of Steel, upon learning of Meach's misfortunes, obtained a job for him at the Superman Museum, where Meach was employed as a custodian. Meach's bitterness did not subside, and being surrounded by artifacts and mementos of Superman's career directed his anger towards Superman. One night, as Meach was sweeping in front of a series of statuettes depicting the Legion of Super-Heroes, a bolt of lightning passed through an open window and struck the display. The statuettes, which were actually miniature lifeless duplicates of the Legionnaires, unleashed an energy blast that struck Meach. Meach discovered that he was endowed with the combined powers of the Legion members. Determined to defeat Superman and Batman, Meach used his shapeshifting power to turn his skin green and form a costume that was half Superman's, half Batman's, along with a lead-lined Bat-mask to prevent Superman from using his x-ray vision to discover his true identity. N/A *Shoot fire blasts from hands
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Melt ice
*Shoot lightning from hands
**Activate Electricity Switches
*Grapple with arms
*Pull objects with arms
*Mind Control
*Computer Hacking
*Magnetokinesis
*X-Ray Vision
*Pass through grates
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
DC World's Finest #142 (June, 1964) 350,000 Studs
Condiment King
(Buddy Standler)
Condiment King (Lego Batman 4)
Comedian Buddy Standler was a popular TV comic. As an act of revenge for scoffing Joker years earlier, the Clown Prince of Crime used Mad Hatter's mind control technology to "create" Condiment King. Ketchup & Mustard Guns Shoot ketchup & mustard streams from repsective guns DC Batman: The Animated Series Episode 83 (November 5, 1994) 300,000 Studs
Congorilla
(William Glennmorgan)
Congorilla (DC Comics)

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The legendary explorer and adventurer know as Congo Bill was content with living in his home, Africa. He has sworn to do whatever he needs to protect it. When Bill is called to the deathbed of his old friend Chief Kawolo and offered a magic ring. Bill was skeptical especially when he was told by the chief to rub the ring and it would transfer his mind into that of the legendary Golden Gorilla. He accepted the ring to humor his friend's dying wish. With that the medicine man ended up saving Bill's life; several weeks later an earth quake trapped Bill in a deep cave cut off from all life. After trying his entire book of tricks to escape his decided to hopelessly rub the ring his friend had given him. Instantly, despite his doubts he found himself inside the body of the Golden Gorilla, totally in control of a powerful being. Racing to the cave-in, he used his massive strength to clear the blocked entrance and wondering what had become of his body without him being "home". He realized that when he switched his consciousness that of the Gorilla was swapped into himself and vise versa on reentry. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
DC More Fun Comics #56 (June, 1940) 350,000 Studs
Constantine Drakon
Constantine Drakon (Lego Batman 4)
Constantine Drakon is one of the best martial artists in the world and assassin for hire, as well as a long time foe of Green Arrow. As a child growing up in Greece he was teased by other children due to his height. Once he started killing people at the age of ten, however, he found he was no longer sensitive about his stature. He claimed that he had nothing strange or traumatic in his upbringing to turn him to murder, he was simply curious to see what he could do. Discovering that he was a prodigy at killing, Constantine proceeded to make a living out of it. He considered what he did not just a job but a vocation, and took pride in the professional manner in which he operated. N/A Agility DC Green Arrow Vol. 3 #27 (August, 2003) 300,000 Studs
Constrictor
(Frank Payne)
Constrictor (Lego Batman 4)
Frank Payne was an agent of the international espionage organization S.H.I.E.L.D., and the father of an adult daughter, Mia. When S.H.I.E.L.D. needed a costumed "supervillain" to go undercover in the criminal organization called the Corporation, Frank was given a snake-themed costume and a pair of wrist-mounted electrified metal coils. Using the false identity of "Frank Schlicting" from Racine, Wisconsin, and the codename of "Constrictor", he infiltrated the group, only to suffer a nervous breakdown and become a career criminal in earnest. As a result of his defection, S.H.I.E.L.D. allowed his daughter to believe that he had died. Electrically-charged metal coils *Grapple with coils
*Pull objects with coils
*Agility
Marvel Incredible Hulk #212 (June, 1977) 350,000 Studs
Count Luchino Nefaria
Count Nefaria (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Count Nefaria

Supervillain Origins Count Nefaria

N/A *Flight
*X-Ray Vision
*Hazard Protection
*Shoot ionic energy blasts from hands
*Shoot ionic energy laser from eyes
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
*Melt ice
*Healing Factor
*Teleportation
*Absorb ionic energy blasts
*Computer Hacking
Marvel Avengers #13 (February, 1963) 370,000 Studs
Count Werner Vertigo
Count Vertigo (DC Comics)

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Supervillain Origins Count Vertigo

Supervillain Origins Count Vertigo

N/A Flight DC World's Finest #251 (July, 1978) 300,000 Studs
Crazy Quilt
(Paul Dekker)
Crazy Quilt (Lego Batman 4)
Paul Dekker was a noted painter who leads a double-life as a master criminal. Dekker gave the plans for his crimes to various henchmen through clues left in his paintings. His criminal empire crashed to a halt when one of his henchmen double-crossed him and set him up to be arrested. Blinded by a gunshot wound, Dekker was sent to prison, where he volunteered for an experimental procedure that would restore his vision. This is achieved with a special helmet fused to his optic nerves. The procedure worked to a point, but had a tragic side effect: Dekker could see, but the colors were blindingly vivid and disorienting. It drove him mad, and upon his release he took on the guise of Crazy Quilt. N/A N/A DC Boy Commandos #15 (June, 1946) (unnamed) 250,000 Studs
Creeper
(Jack Ryder)
Creeper (DC Comics)

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Superhero Origins The Creeper

Superhero Origins The Creeper

N/A *Healing Factor
*Agility
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
DC Showcase #73 (March, 1968) 300,000 Studs
Crimson Cowl
(Justine Hammer)
Crimson Cowl (Justine Hammer) (Marvel Comics)

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Justine Hammer is the daughter of the criminal financier Justin Hammer. For years she was forced by her father to prove herself and earn her right to be among the elite. She became the Crimson Cowl and formed the Masters Of Evil to succeed where her father had failed and use the superhuman community to accumulate physical power and influence in the world. N/A *Levitation
*Teleportation
*Grapple with cloak
*Pull objects with cloak
*Computer Hacking
Marvel Avengers #54 (July, 1968) (Crimson Cowl alias with Ultron);
Thunderbolts #3 (June, 1997) (Justine Hammer)
300,000 Studs
Crimson Dynamo
(Dimitri Bukharin)
Crimson Dynamo (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins The Crimson Dynamo

Supervillain Origins The Crimson Dynamo

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Flight
*Shoot electric blasts from shoulder pads
*Missiles
**Destroy silver bricks
*Shoot laser from hand
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
*Melt ice
Marvel Tales of Suspense #46 (October, 1963) (Crimson Dynamo alias with Anton Vanko);
Iron Man #109 (April, 1978) (Dimitri Bukharin)
350,000 Studs
Crossbones
(Brock Rumlow)
Crossbones (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Crossbones

Supervillain Origins Crossbones

Rifle Agility Marvel Captain America #359 (October, 1989) 300,000 Studs
Crossfire
(William Cross)
Crossfire (Lego Batman 4)
William Cross was born in Madison, Wisconsin. Cross joined the CIA with the intent to learn the secrets of the trade and to make contacts which might one day prove useful to him. He intended to use CIA training and knowledge to obtain a profit for himself. He was romantically linked to Rozalyn Backus. She was unaware of his illegal activities, and helped develop experimental ultrasonic technology. The couple were engaged to be married until ran off with the technology In his disappearance he faked his own murder and framed Backus for the murder. Quitting the CIA soon after, Cross used his skills and resources to begin a number of highly profitable criminal operations including drug trafficking, extortion, and assassinations. Assuming the codename Crossfire, he diverted a portion of his profits to hire a small army of mercenaries to serve as his enforcers. Crossfire's goal became to foment disorder and subversion within society in order to make a profit. At one point in his career, some of his enemies booby-trapped his headquarters. The ensuing explosion robbed him of his left eye and ear, plus 85% of his hearing. He replaced his losses with cybernetic equipment. Crossfire eventually located the men who had injured him, and eliminated them personally. Sniper Rifle *Computer Hacking
*Mind Control via sonic device
Marvel Marvel Two-In-One #54 (June, 1979) 300,000 Studs
Crystal
(Crystalia Amaquelin)
Crystal (Lego Batman 4)
Crystal was the second child born to the Inhuman nutritionists Quelin and Ambur. She is considered part of the Royal Family of Attilan. Like her older sister, Medusa, Crystal was subjected to the Terrigen Mist when she was an infant, and the process endowed her with certain mental powers. She would soon enter into a relationship with the Human Torch of the Fantastic Four. N/A *Flight
*Shoot fire blasts from hands
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Melt ice
*Hydrokinesis
Marvel Fantastic Four #45 (December, 1965) 350,000 Studs
Cyborg
(Victor "Vic" Stone)
Cyborg (Lego Batman 4)
Superhero Origins Cyborg-0

Superhero Origins Cyborg-0

Blaster *Grapple
*X-Ray Vision
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Computer Hacking
*Healing Factor
DC DC Comics Presents #26 (October, 1980) 350,000 Studs
Cyborg Superman
(Henry "Hank" Henshaw)
Cyborg Superman (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Cyborg Superman-0

Supervillain Origins Cyborg Superman-0

N/A *Flight
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Heat Vision
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*X-Ray Vision
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*Ice breath
**Freeze water
**Put out fires
**Freeze enemies
*Computer Hacking
DC Adventures of Superman #466 (May, 1990) 400,000 Studs
Daimon Hellstrom
Daimon Hellstrom (Marvel Comics)

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The Hell-Lords had long desired to sire a child with a human woman for use as a gateway to gain further power. A demon named Marduk Kurios, calling himself Satan, took human form and established the trappings of a mortal life for himself near Fire Lake, Massachusetts. Keeping his true identity a secret, he married a young woman, Victoria Wingate. Daimon was born to the "Hellstroms" a year later with a strange pentagram-shaped birthmark on his chest. His sister, Satana, was born when Daimon was three. When Hellstrom was a young adolescent, Victoria interrupted a ritual sacrifice "Satan" had staged in their basement involving the participation of Satana. Traumatized to the point of hysteria, Victoria was institutionalized. She eventually regained enough of her sanity to write a full diary describing her life with the demon before she died. Hellstrom and his sister meanwhile were placed in separate orphanages, and "Satan" disappeared to his netherworld domain, where he eventually brought Satana. Hellstrom ultimately entered a monastery, hoping to become a priest. Shortly before being ordained, however, Hellstrom received legal notification of his inheritance of his father's house, where he found his mother's diary and learned the truth about his birth. At that point, "Satan," aware of his son's new knowledge, directed him telepathically through the house's secret basement interdimensional passageway to the demon's netherworld domain, or "Hell." Hellstrom's father beseeched his son to disregard his mother's diary's warnings and serve him in Hell. However, when "Satan" transported Hellstrom back to Earth, Hellstrom decided to dedicate himself to fighting his father's evil. He immediately returned to Hell in an attempt to battle "Satan". Although he failed to defeat "Satan" outright, Hellstrom managed to pit many of "Satan's" slaves against their master as well as to steal the satanic trident of "Satan" and a demon-drawn chariot before returning to Earth. Hellstrom also discovered the powers of the Darksoul that he had inherited from his father. He declared himself the Son of Satan, and for the next several years battled many manifestations of demonic evil on Earth as well as other realms. Hellstrom's Trident *Telekinesis
*Shoot mystical blasts from trident
*Shoot mystical beam from trident
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
Marvel Ghost Rider Vol. 2 #1 (September, 1973) 350,000 Studs
Daken
(Akihiro)
Daken (Lego Batman 4)
Origin Story of Daken

Origin Story of Daken

Claws *Wall Climbing
*Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
*Healing Factor
*Agility
*Super Sense
*Acrobatics
Marvel Wolverine: Origins #5 (October, 2006) 350,000 Studs
Damage
(Grant Albert Emerson)
Damage (DC Comics)

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High school student Grant Emerson had just moved with his parents to a new home in suburban Atlanta. His parents moved often due to their work for the Symbolix Corporation, and Grant usually felt like an outsider among other kids. At his new school, Grant suddenly discovers he is a superhuman with incredible strength and the ability to produce explosive blasts. He learns that Vandal Savage was involved in an experiment at Symbolix called Project: Telemachus, where he took DNA samples he had collected from various superheroes and injected them into a fitting vessel: Grant. The heroes Grant shares DNA with are: Atom (Al Pratt), Flash (Jay Garrick), Green Lantern (Alan Scott), Wildcat (Ted Grant), Hawkman (Carter Hall), Hawkgirl (Shayera Hol), Hourman (Rex Tyler), Black Canary (Dinah Lance), Doctor Mid-Nite (Charles McNider), Starman (Ted Knight), Miss America (Joan Dale), Johnny Quick (Johnny Chambers), Liberty Belle (Libby Lawrence), Martian Manhunter (J'onn J'onzz/John Jones), Flash (Barry Allen), Aquaman, Black Canary (Dinah Laurel Lance), Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) and Atom (Ray Palmer). Grant eventually learns that he is the son of Al Pratt, the original Atom and his wife Mary. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
*Self-Detonation
DC Damage #1 (April, 1994) 350,000 Studs
Damien Darhk
Damien Darhk (DC Comics)

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Damien Darhk was a mysterious, elusive, and dangerous figure. He claimed to be a major player in America's underworld and certainly had some connection to the criminal organization H.I.V.E. He also seemed to have had access to unique high-tech equipment that has never been used by any known organization. Darhk was considered to be a major criminal by the C.I.A. and F.B.I.; however, their investigations revealed no hard evidence against him. He was a wi-fi fiend, staying in touch with associates by the very latest forms of mass communication. N/A Computer Hacking DC Titans #1 (March, 1999) 300,000 Studs
Daredevil
(Matthew "Matt" Michael Murdock)
Daredevil (Lego Batman 4)
Daredevil Origin Story

Daredevil Origin Story

Bo Staff *Super Sense
*Grapple objects with staff
*Throw staff into sockets
*Agility
*Acrobatics
Marvel Daredevil #1 (April, 1964) 300,000 Studs
Darkseid
(Uxas)
Darkseid (Lego Batman 4)
Supervillain Origins Darkseid-0

Supervillain Origins Darkseid-0

N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Fire omega beams from eyes
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Mind Control
*Telekinesis
*Magnetokinesis
*Shoot erosion blasts from hands
*Teleportation
*Size Alteration
DC Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #134 (December, 1970) 500,000 Studs
Deacon Blackfire
(Joseph Blackfire)
Deacon Blackfire (DC Comics)

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Deacon Blackfire was a conman and cult leader who was over 100 years old. He had discovered the secret to eternal youth, bathing in buckets and buckets of human blood. Blackfire craved power and destruction, and orchestrated his movements toward these goals. N/A N/A DC Batman: The Cult #1 (August, 1988) 250,000 Studs
Deacon Frost
Deacon Frost (Marvel Comics)

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Deacon Frost was allegedly a scientist looking for the key to immortality. For one of his experiments, he kidnapped a young woman in order to inject her with the blood of a recently killed vampire. The girl's fiancé broke into the lab, and in the resulting scuffle Frost was accidentally injected with the blood himself. The result was that Frost became a vampire but due to the unusual method of his becoming a vampire, he was endowed with a unique characteristic. Anyone he turned into a vampire would generate a doppelgänger. He could create an infinite number of doppelgängers by biting each doppelgänger, and they would all be under his mental control. Frost intended to use this ability to contend for the position of Lord of Vampires, a position that was presently held by Dracula. Frost is the vampire responsible for the death of Blade's mother; Blade's initial mission is to exact revenge against his mother's killer. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Agility
*Super Sense
*Healing Factor
*Flight as a bat
*Pass through grates as gaseous mist
*Dig as wolf
**Activate Claw Switches as wolf
Marvel Tomb of Dracula #13 (October, 1973) 350,000 Studs
Death
Death (Marvel Comics)

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Death is an abstract entity, the embodiment of the end of life in the Marvel Universe, and the opposite of Eternity, the embodiment of the universe. Death is predominantly depicted as a skeleton cloaked in a black or purple robe, and at times appears as a Caucasian human female. The Mad Titan Thanos is determined to prove his love for Death by destroying all life. N/A *Flight
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Healing Factor
*Telekinesis
*Mind Control
*Magnetokinesis
*Super Sense
*X-Ray Vision
*Agility
*Swimming
*Computer Hacking
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
*Shoot energy beam from hands
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
**Freeze water
**Activate Electricity Switches
*Perform flash builds
*Overheat treadmills
*Perform light constructs
**Dig
**Forcefield Projection
*Pull objects with constructs
*Super Sense
*Teleportation
Marvel Captain Marvel #26 (May, 1973) 1,000,000 Studs
Death's Head
Death's Head (Lego Batman 4)
Death's Head was originally the robotic body intended for the Mage named Lupex, whose own body was beginning to fail him. The body in question was stolen by his wife Pyra after Lupex had taken over her lovers body. She spirited the robot away and provided it with programming, hoping to one day take revenge on Lupex for his crime on her lover. Death's Head would eventually surface as a bounty hunter, calling himself a "Freelance Peace Keeping Agent". *Axe
*Blaster
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Agility
Marvel High Noon Tex (1987) 350,000 Studs
Demogoblin
Demogoblin (Lego Batman 4)
After losing fights with Spider-Man and the Green Goblin, Jason Philip Macendale Jr., aka the second Hobgoblin, took advantage of the Inferno crisis by following several demons back to their lair and confronting their demonic lord, N'Astirh. Macendale wanted enough power to defeat his enemies, and offered his soul to N'Astirh in exchange for such power. When N'Astirh stopped laughing, the demon lord decided that Macendale's effrontery was worth something even if his soul wasn't, and had him possessed. This gave Macendale the physical strength he craved, coupled with superhuman speed and endurance; unfortunately, the demon who possessed him proved to be incompatible, and the two fought many a battle for control of Macendale's physical form until the demon literally ripped away from its human host and began a separate existence as the Demogoblin. Demogoblin was a religious fanatic who had no interest in personal wealth or position. He was determined to destroy all sinners and thus gain redemption for himself. Since his definition of sinner was rather strict and exempted only children. *Goblin Glider
*Pumpkin Bombs
*Claws
*Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
*Agility
*Throw Pumpkin Bombs
**Destroy silver bricks
*Wall Climbing
*Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
Marvel The Spectacular Spider-Man #147 (February, 1989) 350,000 Studs
Desaad
Desaad (Lego Batman 4)
Originally born on New Genesis, the unnamed youth was corrupted by Darkseid. Darkseid made him believe that his pet cat had killed his pet bird. He punished the cat by burying it alive. When the bird came back, he killed the bird in a fit of rage. Then he followed Darkseid to Apokolips. Taking his New God name from "a being from a future, who taught me so much in my chosen field" (assumed to be the Marquis de Sade), Desaad became the young Darkseid's henchman. When threatened by Darkseid's mother, the wicked Queen Heggra of Apokolips, Desaad was forced to poison Darkseid's beloved, the Princess Suli. Heggra's plan was for Darkseid to then be married to the concubine Tiggra. When Darkseid discovered what happened, he forced Desaad to poison Heggra in revenge. From that day, Desaad has been Darkseid's main henchman. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
DC Forever People #2 (May, 1971) 300,000 Studs
Despero
Despero (DC Comics)

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Despero has gone through virtually as many transformations as the Justice League itself. Initially appearing as a physically weak, mind-controlling tyrant with a penchant for playing chess for the fates of his enemies, he later surfaced to be a physical powerhouse fueled by his burning, all-consuming hatred of the Justice League. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
*Telekinesis
*Shoot mental blasts from hands
**Flight
**Forcefield Projection
***Deflect projectiles
*Mind Control
*Teleportation
DC Justice League of America #1 (November, 1960) 350,000 Studs
Destiny
(Irene Adler)
Destiny (Marvel Comics)

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Irene Adler was born in Salzburg, Austria. Mystique was working as a consulting detective when Destiny sought her help in understanding the precognitive visions recorded in her diaries. During this time, the two fell in love. Background details suggest that this meeting took place around 1900. She was more accurate in predicting near-future events concerning her present environment. In a period of 12 months during her adolescence, Irene had produced 13 volumes of prophecies concerning the late 20th and early 21st centuries. When that period ended, Irene was left physically blind and haunted by disturbing images of uncertain meaning. She enlisted Raven's services in pursuit of two goals: the deciphering of her recorded prophecies and a mission to prevent the most terrifying of them from ever being fulfilled. The two women would soon become lifelong friends and lovers. They both discovered that their set goals were difficult to achieve. Their abilities would easily allow them to achieve personal success but to shape the future was stated to be "next to impossible" as it would require "social engineering." Although they remained romantically involved for years to come, there were periods in which the two women were separated from one another, allowing them both to have other romantic relationships and even families. Mystique and Destiny formed the second Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, a group of ideologically motivated terrorists. Hand-mounted crossbow N/A Marvel X-Men #141 (January, 1981) 300,000 Studs
The Destroyer
The Destroyer (Lego Batman 4)
Odin, Zeus, and Brahma, known as the Skyfathers of their respective god Pantheon, confronted the Celestials on their third visit (or Host) to Earth. The Celestials explained that their next visit would judge whether humanity was fit to continue existing and that the gods should not interfere. They threatened to seal off the dimensional pathways that link Earth to the various realms such as Asgard and Olympus. Not wanting to lose their worshipers, the Skyfathers secretly began plans to stop them. Odin created a mystic armor that could contain vast amounts of the Gods' energies in order to battle the Celestials. He used an unknown metal apparently superior to Uru and enchanted it with his magic, strengthening it further. The armor was stored away in the Temple of Darkness, but it was found by Loki, who sought to use it against Thor. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Hazard Protection
*Agility
*Flight
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
*Shoot energy beam from head
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
Marvel Journey into Mystery #118 (July, 1965) 400,000 Studs
Detective Chimp
(Bobo T. Chimpanzee)
Detective Chimp (Lego Batman 4)
Detective Chimp is an intelligent chimpanzee and master detective. Originally a normal chimpanzee taken from Africa and raised as a circus act by Fred Thorpe, "Bobo the Detective Chimp" was transformed when he was exposed to the Fountain of Youth. After his master's death, he struck out on his own as a detective, and has since met other famous detectives such as Martian Manhunter, Elongated Man, and Batman. N/A *Detective Sense
*Agility
*Acrobatics
DC Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog #4 (August, 1952) 300,000 Studs
Dex-Starr
(Dexter)
Dex-Starr (Lego Batman 4)
Dex-Starr (Red Lantern Housecat) Origins

Dex-Starr (Red Lantern Housecat) Origins

*Red Lantern Power Ring
*Claws
*Flight
*Swimming
*Shoot red light blasts from ring
*Breath red plasma beam
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt icebr />*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
*Perform red light constructs
*Grapple objects via red light constructs
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
*Wall Climbing
*Dig
*Activate Claw Switches
DC Final Crisis: Rage of the Red Lanterns #1 (December, 2008) 400,00 Studs
Diablo
(Esteban Corazón de Ablo)
Diablo (Marvel Comics)

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Esteban Corazón de Ablo was a powerful alchemist in 9th century Saragossa, who sold his soul to the demon Mephisto to lengthen his life far beyond a human span. The villagers had enough of him where they formed an angry mob and buried him within a stone crypt under his castle. In the present day, the Fantastic Four appeared in Transylvania on a vacation, when a local named Baron Hugo told them the legend of Diablo. That night, Diablo whispered to The Thing to awake and free him from his prison by pulling out the stone plug on his crypt and smashing the stone slab that covered him. Freed, Diablo offered a potion to the Thing that would turn him halfway into a human. In exchange for Ben's services for a year, he would give him the other potion that would finalize the change. When the rest of the Fantastic Four arrived, they found Ben working for Diablo. They fought with him and tried to convince him to leave his service, but Ben refused, and the three were forced to leave him behind. Diablo soon made his appearance known to the world, and sold his alchemic chemicals internationally, making him the richest man on the planet. Shortly before the rest of the world, Mister Fantastic discovered that Diablo's chemicals worked, but only for a short while, before failing. The world turned on Diablo, but he had already built up an army of loyal followers and was prepared to use his alchemic powers to conquer the planet. But once Diablo had revealed his true intentions, the Fantastic Four were free to attack him. At the same time, the Thing had also discovered that the potion he was given wore off, and he turned on Diablo, but Diablo used one of his chemical pellets to knock him out and seal him in an unbreakable, glass capsule. The remaining three members of the Fantastic Four soon attacked Diablo's fortress, but after a struggle, Diablo managed to capture them with his chemical pellets. Diablo sealed up the last of the Fantastic Four in the same capsules, but Ben quickly escaped when his broke down. Angered, he chased Diablo through his own castle, until he crushed a suit of armor into a giant ball, and threw it after him. Diablo ran from it, hiding within the crypt that the villagers had sealed him in. The Thing followed behind him and reinserted the giant, stone plug, and then smashed it with both fists, causing the entire castle to come crumbling down upon the crypt. The Fantastic Four were later freed, and the Human Torch melted the stone into slag to harden Diablo's prison. But Diablo eventually used his potions to destroy his melted stone prison, and escape to get revenge on the Fantastic Four. N/A *Mind Control
*Drink alchemy potion
**Shoot energy blasts from hands
**Shoot energy beam from hands
***Destroy Gold Bricks
***Cut Gold Walls
***Melt ice
***Freeze water
Marvel Fantastic Four #30 (September, 1964) 350,000 Studs
Doctor Alchemy
(Albert Desmond)
Doctor Alchemy (DC Comics)

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Albert Desmond is a lowly chemist who suffers from dissociative identity disorder. Desmond has two distinct personalities: one major driving personality and another criminally inclined one. Under his darker personality, he applies his knowledge of chemistry to create the Mister Element identity. He creates elemental weapons such as bulletproof silicon to shield his cars, and discovers a new element, Elemento, a magnetic light with which he sent the Flash into space. After being sent to jail as a result of his first encounter with the Flash, he learns of the Philosopher's Stone from his cell mate. He escapes jail, finds the Philosopher's Stone, and uses its power to transmute elements to restart his criminal career as Doctor Alchemy. Philosopher's Stone *Telekinesis
*Shoot energy blasts from stone
*Shoot energy beam from stone
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
**Freeze water
DC Showcase #13 (March, 1958) 350,000 Studs
Doctor Bedlam
Doctor Bedlam (DC Comics)

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Doctor Bedlam is a member of Darkseid's elite, a disembodied being that inhabits artificial bodies called "animates". He is one of Darkseid's chief scientists, he is mainly researching terror-inducing mind manipulation. One of his inventions is the Paranoid Pill. N/A *Super Strength (pick-ups, pulls, pushes, throws, vehicle pick-ups)
**Break Open Special Walls
*Healing Factor
*Computer Hacking
DC Mister Miracle #2 (June, 1971) 300,000 Studs
Doctor Bong
(Lester Verde)
Doctor Bong (Marvel Comics)

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As a child, Lester Verde was severely bullied. When complaining about it to his mother, she noted his creative use of insults against his tormentors and sparked his desire to use his creativity to become a writer. Originally a journalism student whose yellow journalism got his professor fired, his hand is severed by a miniature guillotine when performing with the punk band Mildred Horowitz. This is a big factor into becoming the villain Doctor Bong. How he developed his paraphernalia was never explained. It was revealed that he was also a skilled scientist, using his knowledge of chemistry and physics to create several devices and creatures to do his bidding, particularly Fifi the Duck, who was the closest thing Bong had to a henchwoman. N/A *Computer Hacking
*Bang bell helmet
**Shatter glass
*Teleportation
Marvel Howard the Duck #15 (August, 1977) 300,000 Studs
Doctor Cyber
(Cylvia Anita Cyber)
Doctor Cyber (DC Comics)

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Doctor Cyber was the beautiful and commanding presence behind a global criminal network. Due to her secretive nature and chiefly known through her networks, she was assumed to be a man. Blaster N/A DC Wonder Woman #149 (December, 1968) 250,000 Studs
Doctor Destiny
(John Dee)
Doctor Destiny (DC Comics)

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John Dee was a petty criminal scientist capable of creating technology far beyond those of the contemporary era; his first foray in super-villainy involved creating an anti-gravity device that allowed him to capture Green Lantern, impersonate him, and design a series of traps to capture the JLA, calling himself Doctor Destiny. While defeated, it was but his first attempt. He then created the "Materioptikon", a device which allowed him to create reality from the fabric of dreams, powered by Morpheus's Dreamstone (gifted to him by his mother Ethel, former mistress of Roderick Burgess). He manipulated the Dreamstone, forcing flaws and adding circuitry, until it was attuned to him and not the Dream King. Morpheus was imprisoned by Alex Burgess at the time, unaware of what Doctor Destiny was doing and unable to stop or prevent it. Doctor Destiny's power was so great that the Justice League resorted to drastic measures to stop him. They hypnotized him and manipulated his psyche to prevent him from dreaming; this kept him from using the Materioptikon for criminal purposes but caused him to lose his mind and shrivel to a skeletal wreck of a man. N/A *Computer Hacking
*Grapple with cape
*Pull objects with cape
*Flight
*Healing Factor
*Shoot energy blasts from hands
*Shoot energy beam from hands
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
DC Justice League of America #5 (July, 1961) 350,000 Studs
Doctor Faustus
(Johann Fennhoff)
Doctor Faustus (Marvel Comics)

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Dr. Johann Fennhoff was a brilliant psychiatrist and manipulator from Vienna, Austria. But due to his skill, his arrogance overcame him, stating that he was so brilliant that he was the "Master of Men's Minds". He used his skill of psychological manipulation to force his enemies into positions in which the would kill themselves. He later took up calling himself Doctor Faustus. N/A N/A Marvel Captain America #107 (November, 1968) 250,000 Studs
Doctor Light
(Arthur Light)
Doctor Light (Arthur Light) (DC Comics)

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Doctor Arthur Light was a minor but persistent foe of a number of heroes. He first fought the Justice League and, when he failed to defeat that group, he fought their sidekicks and former sidekicks, the Teen Titans. Accounts of Arthur Light's origins vary. According to DC Super-Stars #14, he accidentally created a portal to other worlds which allowed him to steal advanced light technology from Thanagar, successfully evading capture from the Katar Hol Hawkman years before he met the Justice League. A later account, after the Crisis on Infinite Earths, however, tells a different story, stating that Light developed his equipment in partnership with Jacob Finlay. It may be that both stories are true, but that details of Light's past were altered by the Crisis. N/A *Perform light constructs
*Dig with light constructs
*Pull objects with light constructs
*Invisibility
*Shoot light blasts from hands
*Shoot laser from hands
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
*Flight
*Absorb light blasts
DC Justice League of America #12 (June, 1962) 350,000 Studs
Doctor Light
(Kimiyo Hoshi)
Doctor Light (Kimiyo Hoshi) (DC Comics)

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Kimiyo Hoshi was the supervising astronomer at an observatory in Japan overseeing her male colleagues as they charted a mysterious phenomenon. Disgusted by the men's fear of the approaching antimatter cloud, she arrogantly rebuked them (including her father), ordering them to leave so she could study it in peace. Meanwhile, the Monitor, a being linked to all positive matter, sensed the great threat of the Anti-Monitor as it absorbed parallel Earths with his antimatter cloud. In order to tip the scales against the encroaching force, the Monitor created a champion to combat it. He sent a condensed beam of energy from the Vega star to Earth, which struck the unsuspecting Hoshi, leaving massive destruction in its wake. Gifted with the power of photonics, Hoshi adopted the appropriate alias of Doctor Light, and was assigned by the Monitor to guard one of the vibrational forks required to save the Earth. N/A *Absorb light blasts
*Perform light constructs
*Dig with light constructs
*Pull objects with light constructs
*Shoot light blasts from hands
*Shoot laser from hands
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
*Forcefield Projection
**Deflect projectiles
*Flight
*Pass through grates
DC Crisis on Infinite Earths #4 (July, 1985) 350,000 Studs
Doctor Mid-Nite
(Charles McNider)
Doctor Mid-Nite (Lego Batman 4)
Charles McNider, a surgeon, was called one night to remove a bullet from a witness set to testify against mobsters. A mobster threw a grenade into the room, killing the witness and blinding McNider, with the injury causing him to believe his career as a surgeon was over. One evening, as he was recovering, an owl crashed through his window. Removing the bandages covering his eyes, McNider discovered that he could still see, but only in perfect darkness. McNider developed a special visor allowing him to see in the light and "blackout bombs" capable of blocking out all light, becoming a costumed crime fighter. He adopted the owl, naming it "Hooty", and it became his "sidekick". Blackout Bombs *Blackout Bombs
**Blind enemies
DC All-American Comics #25 (April, 1941) 250,000 Studs
Doctor Phosphorus
(Alexander "Alex" Sartorius)
Doctor Phosphorus (Lego Batman 4)
Dr. Alex Sartorius, alias Doctor Phosphorus was a member of the Tobacconists' Club, who wanted to build a nuclear power plant in Gotham City with help from the Club's chairman, Rupert Thorne. However, the people of Gotham refused the construction of the plant and he was forced to take the project far from the city. Eventually, Sartorius was transformed by sand irradiated during the nuclear plant's meltdown, driven up one element on the chemical table, from silicon to phosphorus. His body was changed as his skin would burn at any contact and his skeleton showed through his skin. N/A *Shoot radioactive blasts from hands
*Shoot radiation beam from hands
**Destroy Gold Bricks
**Cut Gold Walls
**Melt ice
DC Detective Comics #469 (May, 1977) 350,000 Studs
Doctor Polaris
(Neal Emerson)
Doctor Polaris (Neal Emerson) (DC Comics)

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Neal Emerson and his brother John were raised in an abusive household. Due to the psychological trauma behind those events, Neal became withdrawn and developed a dark side. When Neal was older, he left the U.S. for a year and returned to find that his brother had married a woman named Katherine and adopted a baby he named Grant. Neal was not particularly family oriented, but he was fond of Grant. Neal excelled in medical school and began to develop an interest in magnets. Though ridiculed for his ideas, Neal believed that by using one's mind, magnetism could be used and harnessed by the mind. He becomes an author and lecturer on the idea of "Health via Magnetism." Neal becomes even more immersed in the idea to the point that he came up with the name "Doctor Polaris" and even donned